Self Control & Tolerance


Set Goals & Follow Through


Holistic Neurodevelopment

Self Respect, Integrity & Compassion


Communication Skills & Perspective


Whole Brain Living

Holistic Neurodevelopment

Mission Statement

Holistic Neurodevelopment provides an integrated approach to therapy, empowering clients to reach their personal and professional goals. We focus on the whole person rather than isolated aspects of development. Learn how to communicate, connect & contribute to create a bright future.

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About Lynn A. Fraley



Dr. Lynn Fraley is a Clinical Mental Health Professional in the State of Washington, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor in the State of Idaho and is certified by the National Board of Counselors. She has worked with child and adult survivors of all types of abuse, chemical dependency, divorce & blended family structures as well as more severe and long-term mental illnesses. Her primary areas of focus are cognitive rehabilitation, individual psychotherapy & paediatric developmental issues. She has also been designated as a certified expert, by the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and holds a specialty board certification in Sexual Abuse by AAETS.

About Hayllie Reed-Smith


Clinical Intern

Hayllie Reed-Smith, a Pacific Northwest native from Western Washington, has lived on the Palouse for 7 years. She is our clinical intern and holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Psychology from Washington State University. Hayllie has many years of experience in research pertaining to clinical Psychology and has personally witnessed the benefits of implementing new and innovative techniques, both in a lab and in an office setting. She has been a co-author on multiple research findings regarding infant and adolescent temperament, and hopes to use this knowledge to assist Dr. Fraley in expanding her practice and helping even more children and adolescents on the Palouse.

Hayllie, the eldest of six children, has a deep passion of pediatric mental health issues which has driven to her to make a difference in her community.

Hayllie is not only an important part of our clinical treatment team, but she also is helping with collecting data and getting it to publication for treatment findings in the HND program as well as new methods Fraley & Associate’s is using in general practice.

About Ryan Fraley


Peer Counselor

Ryan Fraley is from the Spokane Valley, but has lived in Moscow for 13 years. His experience working with kids that have disabilities at his local high school, earned him an award in 2016. Ryan has also been a peer counsellor for Fraley & Associates for the past 3 years, working with children from 8 – 18 years of age with a diverse range of disabilities.

This is work that Ryan is passionate about and excels in, which comes across to the children he has counselled over the years.

Holistic Neurodevelopment (HND)

Holistic Neurodevelopment Offers First-of-its-Kind Facility for Psychosocial Intervention

New treatment center will offer customized client care for youth needing help with communication, organization, social skills, mental health issues, and more

LEWISTON, IDAHO, JULY 15, 2017 – The team at Holistic Neurodevelopment has announced their official launch. The Inland Northwest will receive a brand-new, first-of-its-kind facility, with the opening of the treatment center. The clinic will provide clients with tailored programs to help individuals who fall into “the gap” left between those who are able to function within existing academic, social, and family structures and those who need intensive psychiatric help.

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Set Goals & Follow Through

Cognitive rehabilitation is a program that consists of guided therapy to learn or relearn ways to communicate and increase focus connected to task oriented activities. It’s a structured set of therapeutic exercises designed to improve an individual’s ability to think, use judgment and make decisions; instilling children and/or adults with cognitive skills they don’t have, due to deficits in executive function.

The goal is to improve:

  • Memory
  • Attention
  • Perception
  • Learning
  • Planning
  • Judgment

Restorative cognitive rehabilitation techniques are used to retrain the brain in normal or compensatory function. We provide children with the tools necessary to work past their deficits. This enables them to create a world with opportunities that were previously thought to be impossible, both at home and in their communities.



Self Control & Tolerance

Personal conduct is of the utmost importance when it comes to social and academic settings. This aspect of therapy is focused on self-control. We teach people how shift their lives into a positive direction to achieve long-term goals.

Comportment focused guided therapy concentrates on identifying and developing positive characteristics connected to personal conduct. We help children pinpoint their destructive behaviors and assist them with cultivating mannerisms that convey an air of self-confidence & pride.

During this module, our clients develop the tools necessary to reign in impulsive behavior, which in turn allows them to plan and evaluate their actions, rather than making hasty decisions.

Rational emotive behavior therapy is a comprehensive psychotherapy which focuses on resolving emotional and behavioral problems and disturbances. This modality enables our clients to lead happier and more fulfilling lives.

Each client is provided with a custom-tailored program, to meet his or her individual needs. We have found that combining the above-mentioned approach with Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provides effective results in a timely basis.



Communication Skills & Perspective

We provide guided therapy that focuses on the communication skills needed to function and prosper within a community, through implementing these methods, children can connect effectively within their academic settings & family structures.

This module focuses on the following aspects:

  • Verbal Abilities: Face-to-face communication and how it’s incorporated within daily life
  • Non-Verbal Abilities: Body language, gestures, attire, and appropriate actions
  • Written Word: School assignments, letters, emails, the internet, and other media
  • Visualization: Incorporate graphs, charts, maps, logos, and other visual representations of communication
  • Interpersonal Communication: Skills needed for both verbal and non-verbal communication, focusing more on body language and other communication methods
  • Intrapersonal Communication: Activity that occurs within one’s own body. This guided therapy focuses on integrating intrapersonal communication with the many forms of interpersonal communication to establish free flowing connection across various settings



Self Respect, Integrity & Compassion

This area of therapy delves into the development of strong moral principles. Nurturing and growing character enables children to expand their capacity for trust, friendship and solid decision making. These qualities open the door to happiness and connection.

There are three main components that define character:

  1. Self-respect
  2. Integrity
  3. Compassion

This guided therapy focuses on improving intellect, motivation, initiative and personal responsibility to create better friendships and more intimate, trust based relationships.

When one has social difficulties, self-confidence, pride and motivation often take a hit. It’s very difficult to form lasting bonds without addressing these issues. To improve and broaden relationships the client must examine their moral principles and push themselves to empathize and connect with others.

This process reveals 5 clues to building character. The client will progress through the following stages during this aspect of therapy:

  1. Emotional Intelligence: Either controlled or spontaneous
  2. Motivation: Finding the drive that leads to success
  3. Happiness: The capacity for finding satisfaction
  4. Goodness: Incorporating the importance of integrity within decision making
  5. Friendships: and its capacity for reciprocity, closeness, vulnerability and eventual trust

Legend Equine Assisted Psychotherapy

Animal assisted therapy using horses is a relatively new field of study and is emerging at a very rapid pace. With more programs turning to equine assisted psychotherapy each day, one may wonder what unique experiences horses offer that enhances your growth and healing in ways that traditional therapy alone does not.

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703 W. 7th Ave, Suite 120
Spokane, WA 99204

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