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Jason Franklin LMHC
Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Depression and Bipolar Depth Psychology EMDR Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Workplace and Career I offer phone and video sessions for clients who are distancing or quarantined. Jason Franklin is not currently accepting new clients. I work well with clients who are motivated, creative, unique, strong-willed, and ambitious. I am skilled in supporting clients who may be struggling with depression, anxiety, adjustment difficulties, authenticity, the adventures of emerging adulthood, parenting challenges, relationship difficulties, grief, recovery from trauma, academic and artistic stress, and those wishing to reintroduce play and creativity back into daily life. My approach to therapy is collaborative, supportive, and interactive. I work with adults, young adults, parents, and families who are seeking to make changes in how they feel about themselves, how they manage life's challenges, and how they interact with those around them. In Washington state I am a State Approved Clinical Supervisor, a designated Mental Health Professional (MHP), and Child Mental Health Specialist (CMHS).
Franklin Counseling & Consultation 2366 Eastlake Ave East Suite# 436 Seattle WA 98102
Clinical Supervisor
Kelli Friedlander, LMFT
Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Children Consulting and Coaching Crisis Depression and Bipolar Eating Disorders Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Family Therapy Grief and Loss Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Solution Focused Brief Therapy Women's Issues Kelli is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and has over 20 years of experience providing counseling for children, adolescents, adults, families, ADHD, and individuals with neurodivergent needs. Kelli strongly believes in utilizing a Strength based approach where the “whole person” is honored; as each individual and family are rich in uniqueness, strengths, capability, competence, and infinite gifts. Kelli enjoys building a trusting, transparent, and collaborative relationship with individuals and families to help them address their concerns and to reach their goals.
Gateway 2. 915 118th S.E. Bellevue Wa 98005
Misty Gibson, PhD, LMHC, ATR-BC, CST
Anxiety Consulting and Coaching Couples Therapy and Divorce Depression and Bipolar EMDR Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Family Therapy LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues I am an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, and a Board Certified Registered Art Therapist (ATR-BC). I provide therapy and supervision services. Supervision is available with interns and associates working towards full licensing. My practice offers internship site options as well. My practice is focused on working with LGBTQ+, polyamorous and kinky folx, people living with trauma, and neurodivergent folx.
1600B SW Dash Point Rd #1017 1600B SW Dash Point Rd #1017 Federal Way Washington 98023
Clinical Supervisor
Leslie Renee Harris-Johnston
Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Depression and Bipolar Disabilities Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Workplace and Career Leslie Harris-Johnston is a dedicated educator, therapist, spiritual life coach, and advocate for holistic well-being and social justice. With a diverse background in academia, mental health counseling, and holistic wellness, Leslie brings a unique perspective to her work, specializing in providing inclusive therapy to creative individuals. She has a particular focus on supporting Black individuals who are descendants of enslaved Africans in the United States, those who identify as queer, particularly transgender and gender nonconforming, and neurodivergent, while remaining open to working with individuals from all backgrounds who seek transformational and authentic growth. As an Intern Therapist at MEND Seattle, Leslie is immersed in an organization that centers intersectional feminism, the QTBIPOC community, and social justice. She is also a Washington state Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate, who is launching her part-time telehealth private practice, Liberating Joy Therapy and Consulting, PLLC. Leslie is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, where she has studied Consciousness, Spirituality, and Integrative Health from Saybrook University, building upon her Master's degree in Clinical Psychology from the same institution, as well as a Master's degree in Arts and Humanities Education from New York University. In addition to her academic achievements, Leslie holds certifications in Ayurveda Wellness Consulting from Maharishi International University and Integrative Nutrition Health Coaching from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. Her commitment to physical wellness is evident through her previous certifications as a NASM Certified Personal Trainer and Zumba Instructor. Leslie's personal journey has been intertwined with chronic health conditions, which has given her a deep understanding of the challenges associated with living with chronic pain and illness. She is passionate about supporting individuals who are neurodivergent, creative, outside-the-box thinkers, Blerds, seekers, and those with multiple marginalized identities. Leslie creates a safe and empowering space for her clients, helping them navigate the complexities of their unique experiences and empowering them to cultivate resilience and find balance. Healing is at the core of Leslie's therapeutic approach. She believes that healing is an act of resistance to capitalism, colonialism, and systemic oppression. By prioritizing joy, rest, and self-love, Leslie collaborates with her clients to empower them to heal and liberate their authentic selves. Her approach is grounded in Humanistic Psychology, Liberation psychology, neurodivergent affirming practices, and queer affirming practices, as well as an intersectional Black Womanist approach that prioritizes social justice. Beyond therapy, Leslie offers consulting services, programs, and training in education, psychology, Black history, and equity, justice, and belonging. She is dedicated to creating positive change in these areas and supporting individuals and organizations in their pursuit of education, growth, and social justice. With Leslie's guidance, clients can explore their unique experiences, overcome obstacles, and ultimately live joyful and authentic lives. She is committed to fostering personal growth, self-discovery, and empowerment in a therapeutic environment that values diversity, inclusivity, and respect for all identities and experiences. Leslie's journey of healing and personal growth continues alongside her clients, as she remains dedicated to her own growth and well-being. Together, she and her clients embark on a transformative journey of resilience, balance, and empowerment.
16824 44th Ave W Suite 170 Lynnwood WA 98037
JENNIFER LANG M.A., LMHC, LPC
Addictions Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Crisis Depression and Bipolar Disabilities Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Geriatrics and Lifespan Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Solution Focused Brief Therapy Women's Issues Workplace and Career I received the required training and became an Approved Supervisor in Mental Health Counseling in the state of Washington in 2015. Since then, I have provided hundreds of hours of individual and group supervision. I have held a bi-weekly CBT/Clinical Consultation Group since 2018. I have experience supervising graduate students as well as post-graduate therapists seeking licensure and training. I have worked in a community mental health setting for most of my career as a Case Manager, Therapist, Team Lead, Manager and Director. I am a life-long learner and continually seek to enhance my skills and expertise.
P.O. Box 2595 VANCOUVER WA 98668
Clinical Supervisor
Christina Leiva, MA, LMHC
Anxiety Behavioral Health Couples Therapy and Divorce Depression and Bipolar Disabilities EMDR Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Workplace and Career Basic Level Training in EMDR and pursuing certification. Certificate in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and implement some Somatic Interventions, Cerrtification in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, Certificate in Motivational Interviewing and Certificate in Expressive Arts.
Seattle Washington 98103
Carolyn Mericle, MA, MEd, LMHCA
Adolescents Children Depth Psychology EMDR Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Grief and Loss Life Transitions Women's Issues Psychological Testing Career Assessment and Counseling Perinatal and Postpartum Mental Health Adoption Counseling Infertility Counseling Sensorimotor, Trauma-Informed Art Therapy
SAMMAMISH WA 98075
Breanna Owen, MS, LMHC
Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Depression and Bipolar Eating Disorders Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Grief and Loss Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Women's Issues Workplace and Career While I work with individuals of all ages, I am passionate about working with college-aged individuals 17 years and older experiencing anxiety, college/work-related stress, depression, issues related to trauma, and eating disorders/disordered eating. My approach is comprised of person-centered and emotion-focused approaches while drawing for various theories to tailor my treatment to the individual needs of my clients.
1901 Cornwall Ave #1176 Bellingham WA 98225
Dani Patrick, LMHCA
Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy I provide individual psychotherapy and expressive arts therapy for adults through my private practice, Wild Spring Counseling. I specialize in working with LGBTQ+ adults, women, and non-monogamous people. My clinical focus is on relationships, gender-identity and transition, beliefs about self, boundaries, and trauma. I am currently in network with Premera and Lifewise.
Becky Robbins, MA, LMHC, CEAT, CYT
Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Depth Psychology Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Grief and Loss Life Transitions PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Solution Focused Brief Therapy Women's Issues Workplace and Career Specializing in nature-based therapy, clinical dreamwork, and expressive arts therapy. I use spirituality, nature, mindfulness, embodiment, and self-awareness to co-create the best environment for making desired and/or needed changes.
144 Railroad Ave Suite 212 Edmonds WA 98020
Mariann Shapiro. LMHC, TEP
Anxiety Behavioral Health Couples Therapy and Divorce Depression and Bipolar Depth Psychology EMDR Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Women's Issues In addition to private practice I am a Board Certified Trainer, Educator and Practitioner of Psychodrama, Group Psychotherapy and Sociometry. I co facilitate groups, trainings and workshops in Skagit county. I am adjunct faculty at Antioch University Seattle, teaching psychodrama.
406 South First Street Suite 204 mount vernon WA 98273
Chessie Rebecca Snider, MAEd-MHP, LMHCA
Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Children Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Workplace and Career Bedwetting, emotional outbursts, selective speech, trouble making friends, school refusal, traumatic grief? I specialize in play therapy that can allow kids 3-12 years old to resolve their turmoil. are in transition and have conflicting feelings. You're hoping for a change. You want to be networking, building confidence and may have anxiety in learning. You struggle to create self-focused time to create boundaries around your personal and professional development. You may recognize multiple hats you wear that are leading to an identity crisis that involves culture, intergenerational changes, and/or a shift in your evolution. I specialize in sensorimotor psychotherapy. I collaborate with clients to help them refind them selves and their community through multimodal somatic activities relationally. I work with local clinicians to cofacilitate groups. Reach out to me if you'd like to work together.
4501 15th Ave S Suite 102 Seattle Washington 98108
Michelle Tobin, MA, LMHCA, PMP
Anxiety Behavioral Health Depression and Bipolar Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Workplace and Career If you're unsatisfied with the status quo, then let's find your sublime. Adults looking for a creative outlet, a place to vent, or support for hard times are my ideal clients. I specialize in anxiety and depression, work stress and career goals, identity or relationship issues, life changes or traumatic events. With a master's in mental health counseling and art therapy, I'm here to listen however you want to express yourself. Unusual tales and winding paths are welcome—there is no judgment for any stories you bring. You are accepted wholeheartedly with caring curiosity. Together, we'll help you find freedom of expression and the potential to grow. Get started today with a free consultation. Learn more and book online by visiting my website.
1404 NE 134th St Suite 290 Vancouver WA 98685

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