At Sanctuary at the Lake, you can rest assured you will be treated with compassion, dignity and respect. Our carefully-selected treatment team specializes in co-occurring disorders and is trained to treat patients with complex medical, psychiatric and emotional problems.

John Arnold, Ph.D
Dr. Arnold is a psychologist who has worked at Lake Chelan Community Hospital since 1999. He earned a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kansas in 1991 and is licensed as a psychologist in Washington and Colorado. He provides psychological assessment, psychotherapy and family counseling/education for patients at the Sanctuary. He has worked in a number of inpatient settings over the years including other chemical dependency treatment programs. His research interests have included the topics of PTSD and dissociation and he is currently interested in studying impulsivity and its relationship to addiction and co-occurring disorders.

Kathy Hevly, MSN, PHMNP- BC
Kathy has been with behavioral care services as a board certified Nurse Practitioner since 2005. She provides comprehensive medication management and counseling to adults in Chelan and Wenatchee through the Behavioral Care Services outpatient program. In addition, she is a member of the multi-disciplinary team providing medical detox services and counseling for the inpatient program. She is an active member of the American Psychiatric Nurses Association and the International Nurses Society on Addictions. Kathy earned her BSN, MSN and PHMNP from Washington State University. She enjoys time with her grandchildren, horseback riding, camping, boating, and traveling.

John Laughlin, MS, PA-C
John Laughlin offers comprehensive outpatient mental health care, including medication management and counseling, to adults in both Chelan and Wenatchee. John is a licensed mental health counselor and certified psychiatric physician assistant. He also has a Masters in clinical psychology. With 30 years experience in the mental health field, John specializes in anxiety, depression and post traumatic stress. He is often recognized for his skill and compassion and makes patient privacy and confidentiality a priority in his practice. Johnwas previously the clinical director of Behavioral Care Services at LCCH, working at the hospital from 1993-2006. For the last few years, he has treated patients at Columbia Valley Health in Wenatchee. John earned his Masters in clinical psychology at Eastern Washington University and his physician assistant certification at the University of Washington. He lives in Chelan and is married to Lori Laughlin. He enjoys hunting fishing, camping, bowling and ping pong.