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  • 08/05/2024 8:00 AM | Anonymous

    Early bird pricing until June 24th!

    VIA-EMDR is doing a 5-Day intensive EMDR Basic Training!

    August 5-9, 2024 8-5pm PST

    Both levels 1 and 2 are included in the training and required consultation hours are included in the price. to register for questions

  • 06/13/2024 1:14 PM | Anonymous

    Even before the pandemic, the demand for mental health professionals with specialized training in trauma far exceeded the number available clinicians. Today, individuals are living with equal or more uncertainty, heightened stress, prolonged grief and trauma. The Internal Family Systems (IFS) model is an intervention designed to assist clients grappling with severe trauma-related behaviors and who might be unresponsive to conventional therapeutic approaches. This two-day training is tailored to empower clinicians working with diverse client populations experiencing traumatic responses, equipping them with an extensive toolkit of concepts and techniques to better serve this critical demographic.

  • 06/10/2024 8:00 AM | Anonymous

    VIA-EMDR is doing a 5-Day intensive EMDR Basic Training!

    June 10-14, 2024

    Both levels 1 and 2 are included in the training and required consultation hours are included in the price. to register for questions

  • 05/24/2024 2:31 PM | Anonymous

    Despite a lack of business training that prepares us to be small-business owners, many mental health professionals opt for self-employment as private practitioners. For some of us, we make this decision because our experiences as agency employees have included discrimination, organizational toxicity, lack of professional advancement pathways, and/or poverty-level wages that are negatively affecting our own mental health and economic stability, which can lead to burnout. And some of us are naturally entrepreneurial, excited by the sense of ownership, autonomy, flexibility, and creative outlets associated with owning our own business. 

    Because we believe that for many in this field, private practice is the most viable option for emotional and economic wellbeing, 6R Learning Collaborative wants to support folks in this journey regardless of what stage you are at! While there are many opportunities for clinical continuing education, the business resources for starting a private practice and developing the mindset and skills to ensure its success are much more limited.  So we are offering a business retreat specifically designed for mental health professionals in private practice.

    We invite you to join us for a 2-day retreat filled with opportunities for applied learning related to starting and strengthening your business, meaningful connection with other clinicians in private practice, and self-care to nurture your body and spirit. CEUs will be provided for some workshops. The retreat is located in south Seattle, within close proximity to the airport and other public transportation. Discounts are offered through May 31 in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month because your mental health matters too! More information can be found at We hope to see you there!

  • 05/10/2024 12:21 PM | Anonymous

    Spacious and modern office now available for rent on Tuesdays, Wednesday, Fridays and weekends; $255 per day/per month; just outside heart of downtown Bellevue on 112th Ave NE, across from Hidden Valley Bellevue Boys and Girls club basketball gym; The office is in established suite with LMHC's, LMFT's, PHD; Amenities included waiting room, private exit, water service,  WiFi, kitchen; Security deposit required, refundable upon move out; Proof of liability insurance required;


  • 05/03/2024 4:06 PM | Anonymous

    Become a Washington State Approved Supervisor

    June 21st and 22nd, 2024 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    15 NBCC Hours (including 3 Ethics and 2 Health Equity CEU Hours)

    This two-day Approved Clinical Supervisor training is intended for eligible licensed mental health professionals who aspire to become Washington State Approved Supervisors and shape the clinical and cultural competence of counselor and therapist associates working toward full licensure. In this highly interactive virtual training, participants learn legal and professional ethics, supervision processes, and evaluative methods to assess supervisees’ outcomes from supervision in a culturally responsive context.

    After this two-day training, participants will have:

    • Completed the 15-hours of required supervision education to become a Washington State Approved Clinical Supervisor.
    • Acquired 9 of the 25 hours of required experience in supervision of clinical practice, and 3 hours of CEU Ethics credit.

    This training is facilitated by Doctoral-level Counselor Educators who are Clinicians and Washington State Approved Clinical Supervisors. Instructional methods for the two-day training include lecture, role play, case study, small and large group discussion, written assignments, and supervision practice.

    Two-day Training $369

    Registrant Qualifications

    Washington State licensed counselors and therapists who have held an active license, without restrictions and have been in good standing for the previous 24 months. Interested persons should review the Washington State Administrative Code (WAC) 246-809-134, to verify eligibility to become a Washington State Approved Supervisor. This course does not meet the AAMFT Approved Supervisor education requirements.

    Registration Fee and Approved CEUs

    • Two-day Fee: $369
    • 15 NBCC Approved CEUs (including 3 ethics and 2 health equity CEUs)

    Required Text

    Training Agenda

    (May be subject to modifications between posting date and date of training)

    Day One - Friday, June 21st,8:00 am – 5:00 pm

    8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

    • Introductions
    • An intersectional approach to culturally responsive clinical supervision
    • Models of clinical supervision over time
    • Model-specific functions, methods, and techniques in clinical supervision
    • o   Reflective Supervision Model
    • §  Developing the supervisor/supervisee relationship
    • o   Developmental Supervision Model
    • §  Determining supervisee’s Level of Competency (Support/Stretch)

    LUNCH 12:00 – 1:00 PM

    1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

    • Model-specific functions, methods, and techniques in clinical supervision cont.
    • o   Common Factors Supervision Model
    • §  Organizing an approach to clinical supervision
    • Legal/Ethics in clinical supervision

    o    Components of the supervision contract

    • Supervisor professional development

    Day Two – Saturday, June 22nd,  8:00 am – 5:00 pm

    8:00 AM – 9:15 AM

    • -       Homework Review: The Supervision Contract

    9:15 AM – 11:30 AM

    • -       Conducting Supervision
    • o   Presenting the supervision contract

    LUNCH 11:30 - 12:30

    12:30 PM – 3:30 PM

    • -       Determining supervisee’s Level of Competency
    • -       Setting goals for supervisee professional development

    3:30 PM – 5:00 PM

    • -       Next Professional Steps
    • -       Managing the business of clinical supervision
    • o      Strategies for obtaining supervisor direct experience hours
    • -       Closure/Anchoring

    About the Instructors

    • ·       Kim McBride, Ph.D., LMFT is the owner and director of Envision Counseling, where she provides therapy services to individuals and couples. She is an AAMFT and Washington State Approved Supervisor, as well as a marriage and family therapy and counselor educator. Kim earned a Master's degree in Psychology, with a focus on Child Couple and Family Therapy, from Antioch University Seattle, and a Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Therapy, with a specialization in Couple Therapy, from Northcentral University. Her supervision approach is supervisee-centered, systemic, and outcomes focused. Kim integrates Developmental and Bowen Systems Theory, with the overarching goal of preparing supervisees with the personal and professional knowledge and clinical competencies needed to enter independent practice as competent professionals.
    • ·       Colin C. Ward, Ph.D., LMHC, has over 30 years of experience as a counselor educator, clinician in private practice, clinical supervisor, mentor, author, and a national and international clinical workshop presenter. Colin earned a Master of Science degree in Counseling from Winona State University, and a Ph.D. in Counseling from Oregon State University. His current academic appointments include, Chair of the Counselor Education Supervision (CES), and Co-Director of the Counselor Residency Programs at Antioch University Seattle. When he is not teaching, presenting workshops, or writing textbooks, Colin offers counseling services to individuals, consults to businesses and educational institutions, and provides supervision services to licensed associates working toward full licensure. Informed by developmental and resilience theory, Colin’s approach to supervision is strength-centered, supervisee-focused, and outcomes driven.
    Virtual Engagement Protocols

    -       To reduce noise and increase engagement, participants will be muted.

    -       During open dialogues, please use the Raise Your Hand feature if you would like to respond to the whole group.

    -       Please use the Chat Box / Comments sections to engage in dialogue and answer questions.

    Teleconferencing Support

    An online moderator is present throughout the training to provide participants teleconferencing assistance and support. Participants may reach out to the training moderator via phone, chat, email, or teleconferencing for any questions or help needed during the training.

    Disability and Accessibility

    Envision Counseling is dedicated to meeting your learning needs. If you require any accommodations to attend the training, please email our Clinical Training Coordinator at, or call us at 206-858-1177.

    Envision Counseling, PLLC, is approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education provider, ACEP No. 6724.  Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Envision Counseling, PLLC, is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.


  • 04/05/2024 1:33 PM | Shannon Thompson (Administrator)
    I currently have space in Federal Way.  It has a private lobby and own bathroom.  It has 3 therapy rooms.  It's rarely being used by the other therapists and we are looking to sublease to people.  Please email me if you are interested.  I'll add pictures later.  Email-Shannon Thompson

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