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Catharine Asay, MA, MS, LMHC, NCC
Adolescents Anxiety Children Depression and Bipolar Domestic Violence Grief and Loss Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Solution Focused Brief Therapy Women's Issues Workplace and Career OCD and Related Anxiety Disorders, treatment using ER/P (Exposure with Response/Ritual Prevention), school-related issues, former school counselor familiar with 504 Accommodation Plans, parent skill-building and parenting-related issues. I also provide therapy, psychoeducation, resources, and support for parents and families impacted by the mental illness of a family member.
Cor Counseling and Wellness 9631 N. Nevada, Ste. 209 Spokane WA 99218
Tiffany Cannon-Keiser, MA, LMHC
Adolescents Anxiety Depression and Bipolar Eating Disorders Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Tiffany Cannon-Keiser, MA, LMHC has studied, trained and practiced psychology for over 30 years, receiving academic instruction and clinical training in Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston. As a result of her diverse education and clinical experiences, Tiffany has exceptional skills in developing positive therapeutic relationships with a variety of populations. She has a special interest in, and affinity for, cross cultural counseling, family adjustment to revelations about identity/sexuality and empowering individuals to transcend difficulties in order to heal and find peace.
104 S Freya Street Suite 112C Spokane WA 99202
Melody McKibbin, LMHCA
Behavioral Health Grief and Loss BPD (Borderline Personality Disorder) Compassion Fatigue Christian faith-based
101 N HOWARD ST STE 4574 Spokane WA 99201
Shannon Schoonover, LMHC
Anxiety Consulting and Coaching Crisis Depression and Bipolar LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy Workplace and Career I provide Licensure supervision and consultation for therapists, specializing in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and/or working with emotional dysregulation. My theoretical orientation is a blend of Existential, Person Centered, and Behavioral. I also provide consultation for therapists that are transitioning into a management/leadership role. My leadership philosophy is most similar to Simon Sinek.
Online Spokane WA 99207
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John Stifter, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (LMFTA)
Adolescents Anxiety Consulting and Coaching Couples Therapy and Divorce Crisis Depression and Bipolar Family Therapy Geriatrics and Lifespan Grief and Loss Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Solution Focused Brief Therapy John earned his Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy at Whitworth University. After receiving his undergraduate degree in 2006 from Montana State University, John was a journalist for 15 years. He uses his sincere, inquisitive interest of the human experience in the therapy setting to treat adolescents, adults, couples, and families living with shame, depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, addiction, and life transitions and questions. Trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples and the Circle of Security Core Sensitivities and Parenting for individuals and families, John believes that every person has inherent attachment wounds and behaves accordingly to protect those uncomfortable vulnerabilities. By addressing underlying emotions, he feels privileged to hear clients’ life stories while sitting with them in their pain to begin the process of healing. As the Sufi poet Rumi once wrote, “The cure for pain is in the pain.” John is a husband and father, as well as an avid skier, who finds peace in nature alongside his playful family and dog.
1404 E. 11th avenue Spokane WA 99202

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