Bill Mahnke | Founder, Executive Director & Counselor

Bill Mahnke graduated from San Diego Christian College with a B.A. in Pastoral Studies (1988). He received his Masters in Community Counseling from the University of Nebraska (1996). Recently, he attended Kilns College to complete a Masters in Social Justice (2015). Prior to founding WaterCup, Bill was a Counselor for six years at Forest lake Christian School in Central California. Additionally, he worked as a psychiatric hospital Primary Therapist in Kearney, Nebraska. In 2007, Bill started WaterCup Counseling Service and has been providing a place of safety, comfort, and strategic healing for almost a decade.

Bill believes in the deep worth of every individual and the love that God has for them, leading to potential to thriving regardless of past “successes or failures.” He finds nothing to be more important than the accurate identification of our true identity as a foundation for growth, purpose, and true living.

Bill lives in Redmond with his wife of almost 28 years, Kittie. He enjoys kayaking, cross-country skiing, hiking, and close friendships. Bill finds great joy working with individuals, couples and groups through a variety of life situations. He operates under a full sliding scale from $30- $125 per session, and sees clients in Redmond, Bend and Madras.

Contact information: 541- 848- 0879 | | Office in Redmond and Madras |


Autumn Williams | Receptionist & Office Administration

  Contact information: 541- 848- 0879 |




Randy Krieger, counselor

| ABUSE (Men) | Trauma | Anxiety | Depression | addictions | marital

Randy Krieger is a Professional Clinical Mental Health Counselor who has his CACD I. He received his Masters in Divinity in 1985 from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon. In May of 2015, he obtained a Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling from George Fox University, and anticipates receiving his LPC in early 2017. Randy has 26  years experience working as a pastoral therapist in chemical dependency; his most recent years have been spent working with military personnel who struggle with addictions and PTSD, and operating a private practice for couples and individuals. Randy seeks to integrate biblical understandings with his knowledge of behavioral sciences. His theory base is Object Relations, EFT (emotion focused therapy) and Intersubjectivity. He believes in providing a safe haven of compassion and strength by attuning to the needs of a client relationally, and having an open-mind and heart. The goal of each of his sessions is progress, whereby a client discovers their uniqueness and new ways of being in healthy relationships.  Randy is married to his beautiful wife of 30 years years and has three sons. He enjoys trail running, hiking, and skiing. 

Contact Information: 503-327-4049 | | Office in Redmond and Bend |


Kimberly Drew, Counselor

| Women | Teens | Trauma | Depression | Anxiety | Grief |

Kimberly Drew received her Masters in Pastoral Counseling from Seattle University, and attended Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio for her Bachelors in Teaching and Theology. Over the past 5 years, she has worked with teens and adults using counseling methodology that focuses on the personal strengths and the spiritual development of her clients. This includes: client-centered talk therapy, spiritually integrated psychotherapy, cognitive therapy, EMDR, and group therapy. Kimberly believes that the foundation to all Christian counseling is treating others as Christ would. She cherishes the opportunity to share in the heart-mission and revolutionary love of Jesus. When Kimberly is not in the office, she enjoys writing, networking, gardening, painting, guitar, and outdoor extreme sports.

Contact Information: 541- 668- 7558 |




Wendy Bachmeier is a recent art therapy graduate from Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College and is working toward her registration with the American Art Therapy Association. In 1995, she attended seminary and received an M.A. in Pastoral Studies-Women’s Ministries. Providing art therapy at WaterCup brings together two of Wendy’s greatest passions: helping people from a Biblical perspective and using art to create beauty amidst brokenness. Wendy works with children, women, seniors, and families through a process of investigating areas of difficulty and hurt to build strength and belief in God’s truth and improve connectivity in relationships using artistic expression. Outside of WaterCup, Wendy teaches art, volunteers at Saving Grace Domestic Violence Prevention Agency, and sings at church. She believes that you do not have to be an artist to gain insight from art therapy; all you need is to trust the process and see where your creativity takes you. 

For more information regarding Art Therapy for Women's Retreats or Staff Retreats please contact Wendy at: 

 Contact Information: 541- 389- 6859 | | Office in Redmond and Madras |


RACHEl cartrette-Moore, CADCI addictions counselor

| Individual | FAMILY | addictions | 

Rachel Cartrette-Moore is a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor (CADC-I), currently working toward her CADC-II and a dual-Bachelors in Addictions Recovery and Christian Counseling. She also holds two Associates degrees in Early Childhood Development, and Addictions Studies & Counseling. In 2009, she worked at the Shepherd's House (Bend, OR) and found her passion to work with addictions, later leading her to work as an additions counselor at Pfeifer and Associates. Rachel is certified in Moral Reconation Therapy and often uses Cognitive Behavioral and Motivational Interviewing, along with personalized treatment, to uniquely engage each client's needs. She believes that a strong identity in Christ, coupled with an understanding of addiction, brings freedom from bondage.  In addition to working at WaterCup, Rachel still owns her Life Coaching business, "Bridging the Gap." She lives in Redmond with her husband and three daughters, and enjoys drawing, music, camping, floating the river, and fellowshipping with friends over coffee.

Contact Information: 541- 699-6998 |


Case Kirkland, Mentor & Counselor | WATERCUP OUtdoors |

| adolescents | teens | Adults | addictions | depression |

Case Kirkland holds a degree in experiential therapy from Prescott College and has experience as an adjunct faculty member teaching wilderness field courses. He is currently pursuing a Masters in Counseling Psychology with a focus in clinical mental health and addictions counseling. Additionally, Case is a SOLO Wilderness First Responder and is certified in wilderness medicine and avalanche training. For the past 7 years, he has worked for three different therapeutic outdoor programs with positions ranging from wilderness guide to field director. For over 15 years, Case has passionately worked with young people, sharing, teaching, and learning to produce continuous growth in their lives. His heart is to help people create and cultivate relationships, especially relationship with God. Case has lived in Bend for almost five years, and currently serves in children's ministry in his local church. In his free time, he can be found with his wife mountaineering, back-country skiing, mountain running, playing music, cooking and traveling. 

For more information regarding outdoor therapeutic programs, please contact Case at: 

Contact Information: 541- 213-1365 | | Office in Redmond, Madras |


Sheryl Lillegard |  Temperament COUNSELOR

| Individuals | Couples |  PRE-MARITAL | Professionals |

Sheryl Lillegard has a degree in Behavioral Science from George Fox University and is certified in Temperament Counseling by the National Christian Counselors Association. Her goal is to help people discover and embrace the unique person God created them to be, and to provide a place for people to be heard and encouraged while dealing with their particular issues of concern. Using a simple and effective temperament test called the Arno Profile System, Sheryl helps people explore how their unique motivators, stressors, and expectations affect their lives and relationships. This assessment provides deeper understanding that creates insightful places to be exploring any issue of personal concern. Before beginning her training in counseling, she raised two sons and worked for her family's remodeling business. During these years, Sheryl also explore her own childhood trauma. Her desire to help others led her to read widely on the subject, and finally to return to college to complete her degree and certification. Sheryl loves being outdoors; in her spare time she hikes, rides her horse, and floats the river. She enjoys reading murder mysteries and playing with her grandchildren.

Contact Information: 541- 280-2151 |


Dr. Barry Gridley, Counselor

| Adults | Couples I Trauma & Dissociation | EMDR | Anxiety I Depression | Available for Seminars and Retreats |

Barry is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who brings more than 30 years of combined experience as a pastor and a professional counselor to his work at Water Cup.  His goal as a counselor is to rebuild, raise up, repair, and restore broken, sin damaged lives.

Barry earned his Master of Divinity and Master of Theology from Western Seminary in Portland, Oregon.  He earned his Doctor of Ministry in Marriage and Family Therapy from Denver Seminary.  Accordingly, his counseling is founded upon a clear biblical and theological basis and practical insight into how people function when facing life problems.

Barry has been married to Pamela for 43 years.  He and Pamela have 2 adult children and 3 grandchildren. Barry and Pamela love to spend time outdoors, reading, and spending time with their family.

Contact Information: 541-527-5802 | | Office in Redmond and Bend |


Tiffany Stadler, Counselor, M.Ed School Counseling, LPC Intern


“HEALING begins with one step, STRENGTH is built along the way” 

Tiffany Stadler is a mom to four children (seventeen year old twin girls and two boys ages nine and eleven), and a wife to a Portland fireman. Tiffany has a passion for the outdoors, watching her children pursue their passions and spending time with her horses.

Tiffany is honored to be part of the team at WaterCup and walk with clients as they decide what their JOURNEY looks like. Tiffany believes that Jesus Christ is the ultimate healer and her relationship with Him is what has made her who she is today. This relationship has been part of her JOURNEY, and not required to receive counseling services from her. She believes counseling can take place inside the walls of an office, as well as outdoors. Therefore, she is working towards offering equine therapy and experiential therapy to her clients by the summer of 2018. Tiffany understands that each individual is unique, comes with unique passions and traumas, and takes a unique path to healing. She is excited to walk with you on YOUR JOURNEY. 

Contact information: 541-527-5774 | |


Laura Robinson, M. Counseling

Cognitive-Behavior Therapy | Dialectical Behavior Therapy |  Adolescents | Adults |

Laura is a 2015 graduate of George Fox University’s masters in counseling program. She has spent the last four years of her counseling experience serving in both community mental health and private practice settings. She finds her joy in relationships–with Christ, others, and self. Laura loves serving as as a counselor and volunteering in her community. Laura believes in the intrinsic value of each human being and that all are worthy of kindness and respect. Laura is person-centered in her approach to counseling, and also has a background in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.  Laura works with children, adolescents, and adults. When not in the office, Laura has a passion for reading, writing, and yoga, as well as hiking, mountain biking, and running in nature.

Contact information: 541-668-7577 | |




Carol & Terry Ranstad, Counselors

| Pre-marital | Marital | Crisis | Individual | adult |

Terry and Carol Ranstad graduated from University of Oregon, and together they counsel couples through life’s journey from premarital to crisis counseling. Unique to their services, Terry and Carol use an online assessment tool called "Prepare/Enrich" that enables helps couples identify their strengths to improve their marriages.  While on-going counseling can be provided, many couples request the assessment for a "tune-up," requiring only one session with Terry and Carol to help the couple interpret the assessment information.  Carol also meets with people one-on-one to address individual issues that may or may not relate to marriage.

Prior to working with WaterCup, Carol was an educator for almost 30 years and primarily worked with at-risk children.  As the Director of Academics and founding member of New Leaf Academy, she provided guidance in integrating educational approaches with therapeutic practices.  Terry recently retired from a 21 year management position for a local business in Bend, and has loyally served the church as an Elder for most of his adult life.

 Terry and Carol have been married for 45 years.  They enjoy all that Central Oregon has to offer, including skiing Mr. Bachelor, fishing the rivers, and hiking the many trails that this areas offers.  When not in the outdoors, they spend time with their three grown children and seven grandchildren, and continue to minister in their church.

 Contact Information: 541- 241- 4413 |











Mark Hughes, D.O. | Family Physician, Central Oregon Family Medicine

Mike Yunker | Pastor & Board Member, Real Life Christian Church

Steven Bryant | Attorney, Bryant Emerson, LLP

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