MENTAL HEALTH/SUBSTANCE ABUSE


Sea Mar Bellevue Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic

12835 Bel-Red Rd. Suite 145 Building 100 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 460-7114

This clinic provides mental health services, medical management, and case management.


Heather Swanson, Ph.D.

1808 Richards Road Ste 120 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 502-8341

Neuropsychological & psychological evaluation, psychotherapy; specialty in neurodevelopmental disorders (autism spectrum, ADHD, learning disorder), anxiety, disability, and children/youth with special healthcare needs


Sandra G Bowers PsyD

1812 Sumner Ave. Ste I Aberdeen, WA, 98520

Phone: (360) 637-8049

Dr. Bowers is a licensed clinical psychologist currently practicing in Behavioral Counseling Associates? Aberdeen office. In addition to working with adults, Dr. Bowers also has extensive experience working with adolescents and children. She does mental health evaluations and mental health counseling. She has worked with a few brain injured individuals and would be a good fit. Her minor in theology has prepared her to provide spiritual counseling to those who seek integration of faith (any) and psychology in therapy.


Ann Marie Uherek, PSYD

18500 156th Ave NE Woodinville, WA, 98072

Phone: (206) 729-2101

Ann Uherek (pronounced ?you-rek?) trained in child neuropsychology at UCLA and ran the Children's Bellevue, Child Psychiatry Clinic, a satellite clinic of Seattle Children?s Hospital for 10 years. She does child neuropsychological evaluations and is very experienced in working with TBI and behavioral issues. Her evaluation reports include specific intervention and service recommendations for school and family settings. She is sometimes hired by school districts for independent education evaluations and consultation. She is also a DDD provider. Ann also practices as a clinical psychologist who counsels children and families, attends IEP meetings, runs teen social skills groups, etc.


Edwin Hill, PhD

2013 S. 19th ST Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 383-3355

Provides mental health counseling and neuropsych testing. Others in practice that have TBI experience.


Lori Weisman, MA LMHC

2025 112th Ave NE Suite 202 Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 861-0600

Lori offers counseling to individuals and couples. Her areas of expertise are working with individuals who are experiencing depression, grief and loss, major life transitions, low self-esteem, addictions, anxiety and post-traumatic stress. She offers mindfulness training to promote health and well-being. She has over 30 years? experience working with individuals and families who have had a traumatic brain injury. She offers group and individual psychotherapy for people who have experienced a TBI as well as working with spouses and family members to assist in the adjustment following the injury.


Psychiatry Resident Clinic at Harborview

325 Ninth Ave 5th Floor, East Clinic Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 744-3425

The Psychiatry Resident Clinic at Harborview offers time-limited (because residents rotate out) outpatient psychiatric care that focuses on evaluation, medication consultation and treatment (counseling) of a broad range of psychiatric conditions in adults. Under the supervision of attending psychiatrists, residents in the UW psychiatry residency program provide treatment to patients. Services include medication management and evaluation and/or individual psychotherapy, including supportive psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and brief analytic therapy. In order to access this service, one must be an established patient with a primary care provider at Harborview or the neighborhood clinic. Patients are put on a wait list. This is not a brain injury specific service.


Psychiatry Resident Clinic at Harborview

325 Ninth Ave 5th Floor, East Clinic Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 744-3425

The Psychiatry Resident Clinic at Harborview offers time-limited (because residents rotate out) outpatient psychiatric care that focuses on evaluation, medication consultation and treatment (counseling) of a broad range of psychiatric conditions in adults. Under the supervision of attending psychiatrists, residents in the UW psychiatry residency program provide treatment to patients. Services include medication management and evaluation and/or individual psychotherapy, including supportive psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and brief analytic therapy. In order to access this service, one must be an established patient with a primary care provider at Harborview or the neighborhood clinic. Patients are put on a wait list. This is not a brain injury specific service.


Melissa Gray, MA, LMHC,NCC

325 S University Rd Ste 202 Spokane Valley, WA, 99206

Phone: (509) 774-2169

Melissa Gray is a mental health therapist who has experience with TBI clients. She has also facilitated a TBI caregivers support group and is a board member of Spokane Chapter of Brain Injury Association of Washington.


Fremont Community Therapy Project

3417 Fremont Avenue N. Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 633-2405

The Fremont Community Therapy Project (FCTP) offers low-fee psychotherapy and psychological assessment to people whose financial resources make it difficult to get help for problems in their lives. Under the supervision of volunteer licensed psychologists and other licensed mental health professionals, doctoral graduate students in psychology offer high-quality psychological services to their clients. Our funding comes entirely from client fees. Services We Offer Therapy for individuals age 16 and older and couples (same-sex and heterosexual). DBT groups for developing interpersonal and emotional skills. Treatment with EMDR for survivors of trauma. Psychological assessment of your intellectual and/or emotional functioning such as questions about learning disabilities or competency. Consultation to allied health and mental health professionals about their clients or patients Workshops on topics of interest to members of the general public


Piyale Comert, PhD

4510 Thackeray Place NE Seattle, WA, 98105

Phone: (206) 632-3268

Adult neuropsychologist with expertise in ADHD, Alzheimer?s, anger issues, anxiety, depression, family conflict, grief, learning disabilities, self-esteem and Traumatic Brain Injury. She serves adults, couples, and elders.


Victoria Lee, Ph.D.

509 Olive Way Suite 1532 Medical Dental Building Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 682-7710

Open only to current and past clients. (12/07/2015) Psychotherapy. Trained in Physical Medicine Rehab dept of UW and has training and experience working with TBI clients. also, grief and loss, hypnotherapy. She does not do stand alone medication management, but does long term dynamic therapy in addition to medication management.


Victoria Lee, Ph.D.

509 Olive Way Suite 1532 Medical Dental Building Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 682-7710

Open only to current and past clients. (12/07/2015) Psychotherapy. Trained in Physical Medicine Rehab dept of UW and has training and experience working with TBI clients. also, grief and loss, hypnotherapy. She does not do stand alone medication management, but does long term dynamic therapy in addition to medication management.


Lower Valley Crises Support

600 N Ave Sunnyside, WA, 98944

Phone: (509) 837-6689

Lower Valley Crisis Support provide support in the following areas: mental health, crisis intervention, domestic violence advocacy, sexual assault advocacy, housing and shelter service in Sunnyside, WA.


Susan Sweetwater, BFA, MSW, SWAIC

8987 McConnell Ave NW Silverdale, WA, 98383

Phone: (360) 616-1491

This mental health therapist offers Compassionate, Mindfulness-based psychotherapy for adults and adolescents 14 and older; Mindfulness Skills for Health and Well-being groups; Art Therapy with individuals and in groups; Creativity Counseling with artists; Courting the MuseĀ©: workshops combining mindfulness and art for self-awareness, relaxation and to nurture the creative spirit in each of us. Specialties: Specialties: chronic pain and illness, trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, adjustment and transition challenges. Susan has received training on TBI through us and she has worked with individuals with TBI.


Joanne Norman, LMHC

9429 N Davies Rd Lake Stevens, WA, 98258

Phone: (425) 750-4937

Joanne is a WA state licensed mental health counselor. Joanne has offices in Everett, Lake Stevens and Mukilteo. She is an experienced child/youth mental health professional who takes a team approach. She takes Medicaid for children ages 3-18 who don?t meet access to care standards in her private practice. Though she doesn't have experience with brain injury, her husband had a brain injury 6 years ago and Joanne has done some research on it. She would be interested in working with brain injured individuals and connecting with professionals to help understand each client?s situation. She works with parents, too.


Mary Bridge Pediatric Psychology

311 S. L St Tacoma, wa, 98405

Phone: (253) 403-4437

WWW.Multicare.org/MaryBridge

Provide assessment services to individuals who have undergone traumatic brain injury. Injury or cognitive damage from treatment. Services are for children only. Ages 3 and up.


Comprehensive Life Resources

1201 S Proctor Street Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 396-5800

comprehensiveliferesources.org

Comprehensive Life Resources provides a variety of out patient services for adults and children that promote recovery and resilience.These may include community support, individual counseling, medication services, psycho-education classes, employment training, financial management, and homeless outreach. Life Connections is a free program of about 8-10 mental health counseling visits for adults and children provided by graduate interns. New assessments are done on a walk in basis from 8:30-2:30. Residential care is available for adults who are able to handle themselves in the community but need more supports in their living situation (meals, dispensation of medications, guidance) and who have a mental health diagnosis or chemical dependency. Referrals for this care come through out patient services here; most such individuals also qualify for SSI or SSDI.


Astael Therapy and Assessment PLLC

3417 Fremont Avenue N Suite 304 Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (707) 267-7921

drtarareagan.com

Dr. Tara Reagan specializes in individual therapy and assessment with people who are struggling because of cognitive disorders that happen after brain injury.


ADD Health Counseling Services

1404 E Yesler Way, Suite #202C Seattle, WA, 98102

Phone: (206) 525-0094

http://addhealthcounselingservices.org/

ADD Health Counseling Services provides victim services for victims and families of domestic violence. Also treats substance abusers, mental health and homelessness. Will begin accepting insurance in January of 2015 Domestic Violence classes for offenders are Friday and Saturdays No specific hours, must call for an intake.


April Godsey, MA, NCC, LMHC

Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (360) 209-2471

http://aprilgodsey.net/

April specializes in helping adults identify their personal strengths, and change their limiting beliefs, and negative patterns of behavior. She primarily works with adults with anxiety, trauma & phobias. She practices EMDR and CBT but incorporates other modalities as well. She has worked with adults with TBI.


Aspiring Youth Bellevue

12700 SE 32nd Street Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (206) 517-0241

http://aspiringyouth.net/

Master?s level mentors provide individual coaching, weekly after school social skills groups, and summer day programs to help build confidence and connection for students ages 8 and up who are experiencing emotional, academic, social and behavioral challenges. Home-based aftercare services are available to help families sustain success during the transition from a hospitalization or residential treatment center. Additionally, parents benefit from our parent coaching support. Brain injured individuals, unless aggressive, are welcome.


Aspiring Youth Redmond

16715 Northeast 79th Street Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (206) 517-0241

http://aspiringyouth.net/

Master?s level mentors provide individual coaching, weekly after school social skills groups, and summer day programs to help build confidence and connection for students ages 8 and up who are experiencing emotional, academic, social and behavioral challenges. Home-based aftercare services are available to help families sustain success during the transition from a hospitalization or residential treatment center. Additionally, parents benefit from our parent coaching support. Brain injured individuals, unless aggressive, are welcome.


Aspiring Youth Seattle

2400 NE 95th Street Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: (206) 517-0241

http://aspiringyouth.net/

Master?s level mentors provide individual coaching, weekly after school social skills groups, and summer day programs to help build confidence and connection for students ages 8 and up who are experiencing emotional, academic, social and behavioral challenges. Home-based aftercare services are available to help families sustain success during the transition from a hospitalization or residential treatment center. Additionally, parents benefit from our parent coaching support. Brain injured individuals, unless aggressive, are welcome.


Aspiring Youth West Seattle

5200 25th Ave SW Seattle, WA, 98106

Phone: (206) 517-0241

http://aspiringyouth.net/

Master?s level mentors provide individual coaching, weekly after school social skills groups, and summer day programs to help build confidence and connection for students ages 8 and up who are experiencing emotional, academic, social and behavioral challenges. Home-based aftercare services are available to help families sustain success during the transition from a hospitalization or residential treatment center. Additionally, parents benefit from our parent coaching support. Brain injured individuals, unless aggressive, are welcome.


Brain Health Northwest, LLC

219 1st Ave S, Suite 310 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 456-5454

http://brainhealthnorthwest.com

Our services include 19-channel QEEG (quantitative electroencephalography) functional brain assessments; psychometric testing; neurotherapies including neurofeedback (LORETA, surface, Z-score, ILF, alpha-theta), tDCS, CES, photobiomodulation, heart-rate variability-based biofeedback, perceptual-cognitive training; and psychotherapy. We offer a unique team-based approach where clinicians from a broad range of backgrounds contribute to the assessment and treatment of each client. We work with a number of brain/mental health issues including: TBI/concussions, ADHD, depression, anxiety, PTSD, addictions. We also work with performance optimization, to help athletes, musicians, performance artists, public speakers, and business executives attain and maintain a competitive cognitive edge.


Comprehensive Life Resources

1201 S Proctor Street Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 396-5800

http://comprehensiveliferesources.org/

Comprehensive Life Resources provides a variety of out patient services for adults and children that promote recovery and resilience.These may include community support, individual counseling, medication services, psycho-education classes, employment training, financial management, and homeless outreach. Life Connections is a free program of about 8-10 mental health counseling visits for adults and children provided by graduate interns. New assessments are done on a walk in basis from 8:30-2:30. Residential care is available for adults who are able to handle themselves in the community but need more supports in their living situation (meals, dispensation of medications, guidance) and who have a mental health diagnosis or chemical dependency. Referrals for this care come through out patient services here; most such individuals also qualify for SSI or SSDI.


Comprehensive Life Resources

1201 S Proctor Street Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 396-5800

http://comprehensiveliferesources.org/

Comprehensive Life Resources provides a variety of out patient services for adults and children that promote recovery and resilience.These may include community support, individual counseling, medication services, psycho-education classes, employment training, financial management, and homeless outreach. Life Connections is a free program of about 8-10 mental health counseling visits for adults and children provided by graduate interns. New assessments are done on a walk in basis from 8:30-2:30. Residential care is available for adults who are able to handle themselves in the community but need more supports in their living situation (meals, dispensation of medications, guidance) and who have a mental health diagnosis or chemical dependency. Referrals for this care come through out patient services here; most such individuals also qualify for SSI or SSDI.


Comprehensive Life Resources

1201 S Proctor Street Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 396-5800

http://comprehensiveliferesources.org/

Comprehensive Life Resources provides a variety of out patient services for adults and children that promote recovery and resilience.These may include community support, individual counseling, medication services, psycho-education classes, employment training, financial management, and homeless outreach. Life Connections is a free program of about 8-10 mental health counseling visits for adults and children provided by graduate interns. New assessments are done on a walk in basis from 8:30-2:30. Residential care is available for adults who are able to handle themselves in the community but need more supports in their living situation (meals, dispensation of medications, guidance) and who have a mental health diagnosis or chemical dependency. Referrals for this care come through out patient services here; most such individuals also qualify for SSI or SSDI.


Capital Recovery Center

1000 Cherry Street SE Olympia, WA, 98501

Phone: (360) 357-2582

http://crcoly.org/

Capital Recovery Center, established in 1989, is a not-for-profit community mental health agency that provides an array of services to people working towards recovery in their lives. 3 Programs: Ambassadors, PATH, & Peer Support Projects for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness (PATH) Program is a homeless outreach program which serves residents of Thurston and Mason Counties. PATH aims to be the first point of contact for adults experiencing homelessness (or at risk of homelessness), who are also suffering from serious mental illness and may also have co-occurring substance use challenges. Peer Support - licensed mental health professional works with participants on goals and objectives.


Eastside Children?s Therapy

710 NW Juniper St, Ste 106 Issaquah, WA, 98027

Phone: (425) 392-2346

http://eastsidechildrenstherapy.com/default.aspx

Family centered individualized therapy using a variety of frameworks to help the child become as independent as possible, while meeting the needs of the family as well. We strive to make therapy motivating and fun for children of all ages and enhance their self esteem We work cooperatively with other practitioners who are working with the child receiving therapy, i.e. speech therapists, physical therapists, ABA, school therapists, psychologists, counselors, nutritionists and physicians. We help the child and parent increase their ability to advocate for themselves and also become aware of community resources. We refer families to other services as appropriate. They have a waiting list which is triaged by medical need. They serve children ages 3 weeks-16 They accept most private insurance,


Fairfax Hospital Kirkland

10200 NE 132nd St. Kirkland, WA, 98034

Phone: (425) 821-2000

http://fairfaxhospital.com/

Fairfax is a psychiatric hospital that serves children ages 7 to 12, adolescents and adults and has served TBI clients, though they don't specialize in TBI. Inpatient hospitalization (short term acute care stabilization), partial hospitalization (day treatment for patients who require intensive support and structure but do not require 24 hour supervision), treatment of co-occurring disorders while inpatient and medical detoxification are available. As a service to the community, Fairfax Hospital offers free and confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The assessment takes approximately 30-45 minutes and concludes with recommendations for the best treatment options. Most people are assessed while in crisis. Also: state-chartered alternative school program, Northwest School of Innovative Learning, provided at the Kirkland and the Tacoma Campuses


Fairfax Behavioral Health Monroe

14701 179th Ave SE Monroe, WA, 98272

Phone: (360) 365-5300

http://fairfaxhospital.com/

Fairfax is a psychiatric hospital that serves children ages 7 to 12, adolescents and adults and has served TBI clients, though they don't specialize in TBI. Inpatient hospitalization (short term acute care stabilization), partial hospitalization (day treatment for patients who require intensive support and structure but do not require 24 hour supervision), treatment of co-occurring disorders while inpatient and medical detoxification are available. As a service to the community, Fairfax Hospital offers free and confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The assessment takes approximately 30-45 minutes and concludes with recommendations for the best treatment options. Most people are assessed while in crisis. Also: state-chartered alternative school program, Northwest School of Innovative Learning, provided at the Kirkland and the Tacoma Campuses


Fairfax Behavioral Health Everett

916 Pacific Ave. Everett, WA, 98021

Phone: (425) 446-3000

http://fairfaxhospital.com/

Fairfax is a psychiatric hospital that serves children ages 7 to 12, adolescents and adults and has served TBI clients, though they don't specialize in TBI. Inpatient hospitalization (short term acute care stabilization), partial hospitalization (day treatment for patients who require intensive support and structure but do not require 24 hour supervision), treatment of co-occurring disorders while inpatient and medical detoxification are available. As a service to the community, Fairfax Hospital offers free and confidential assessments 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The assessment takes approximately 30-45 minutes and concludes with recommendations for the best treatment options. Most people are assessed while in crisis. Also: state-chartered alternative school program, Northwest School of Innovative Learning, provided at the Kirkland and the Tacoma Campuses


Frontier Behavorial Health

107 S Division Spokane, WA, 99217

Phone: (509) 838-4651

http://fbhwa.org/

Spokane mental health provides crisis Response and counseling services for Medicaid clients.They serve children, families, adults and elders. Crisis response is 24 hours. Frontier Behavioral Health?s services are designed to meet the needs of adults, youth and elders who are dealing with a wide range of mental health and emotional issues including individuals who are also impacted by substance use disorders. We are committed to having a positive impact on the lives of those we serve, and in so doing contribute to the health, safety, and quality of life in our communities.


Interlake Psychiatric Associates, PLLC

1300 114th Ave SE #115 Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 462-9511

http://interlakepsychiatry.com/

Interlake Psychiatric Associates is a multi-disciplinary group of mental health practitioners who provide evaluation and treatment of behavioral and emotional disorders in children, adolescents, and adults. Our Specialties: Children and adolescents: Comprehensive evaluation of behavioral and emotional difficulties related to school, family and social adjustment. Evaluation and treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder, Mood Disorders depression, bipolar disorders, developmental disorders (e.g. Asperger's), learning disorders, and major mental illness such as schizophrenia. There is no one on staff with specific experience in brain injury. Initial evaluation will take two to three hours.


Kitsap Mental Health Services

5455 Almira Drive NE Bremerton, WA, 98311

Phone: (360) 373-5031

http://kitsapmentalhealth.org

KMHS is a private, not-for-profit community mental health center that provides both mental health and behavioral health care services to children, families, adults and seniors in Kitsap County. Through comprehensive inpatient and outpatient programs, individualized and tailored care is provided to individuals affected by mental illness. Services are designed to help consumers function as independently as possible.


Lakewood Child and Family Counseling

9101 Bridgeport Way SW, Ste. D2 Lakewood, WA, 98499

Phone: (253) 617-3559

http://lakewoodchildandfamily.com/index.html

Individual Therapy, Child Centered Therapy, Couples Counseling, and Family Therapy. Adjustment to disability, making relational changes, regaining confidence within yourself or repairing your relationship with your partner, spouse or children. Michelle has treated patients with TBI.


Maria Dalbotten, MA, LMHCA, CDPT

10015 Lake City Way NE #448 Seattle, WA, 98125

Phone: (425) 248-8237

http://mariadalbotten.com/

I'm a registered Mental Health Counselor Associate who specializes in helping traumatic brain injury survivors, their caregivers and their families adjust to the 'new normal' of post-injury life.


Psychotherapy Cooperative

2711 East Madison Street Suites 202 & 209 Seattle, WA, 98112

Phone: (206) 320-7988

http://psychotherapycooperative.org/Services.html

The therapists of the Psychotherapy Cooperative work individually with adults who experience depression or discouragement, problems with self-esteem or anxiety, difficulty with life transitions and other issues influencing the quality of life. We have limited availability for work with couples, adolescents, children, and families. We do not have psychiatrists on staff and so we cannot provide psychiatric evaluations or medication management. Typically, our therapists have only limited availability for crisis intervention care or case management services. 9.9.2014 wait list of 6 months at this time.


Puget Sound Psychology and Consulting

19217 36th Ave W Ste 215 Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (206) 883-6175

http://pugetsoundpsychology.com/

Dr. Crystal Gray has specialty training in evidenced based assessment & treatment for children, adolescents, adults, and families. Dr. Gray?s expertise areas include: Behavior, Cognitive Behavior & Dialectical Behavior Therapies; Motivational Interviewing & Enhancement (MI/ME); Hypnosis & Mindfulness; Family Systems & Multisystemic Therapy; Disability & Employment; and Accommodation Strategies. She is a dynamic and engaging instructor, who has taught hundreds of workshops and conferences on autism, aspergers and related disabilities. Patrick A. Gray M Ed, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor Patrick?s expertise areas include disability & employment, vocational testing & assessment, reasonable accommodations, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), employer training, team building and communication enhancement, group facilitation, Motivational Interviewing & Enhancement (MI/ME), Dependable Strengths, and high school transition.


Kathy Norman, MA, LMHC

1740 NW Maple St Suite 100 Issaquah, WA, 98027

Phone: (425) 394-1200

http://rehabissaquah.com/providers/kathy-norman-m-psychotherapy/

Kathy is a licensed psychotherapist who bases her work on her client?s strengths, abilities, resources, and values. She individualizes therapy for each person?s needs, experiences, and goals. Her focus is on developing greater awareness of barriers and available choices utilizing a collaborative, solution focused approach.


Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound Snohomish

1306 Lakeview Street Snohomish, WA, 98219

Phone: (360) 568-8737

http://samaritannps.com/

Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound is a behavioral health counseling agency located in churches in the North Sound. A specific faith membership or practice is not required to receive care. All therapists listed, except for Terie Clement, have received basic brain injury training. 360-568-8737 for Ann Uherek, PsyD (pronounced ?you-rek?) focuses on treatment of children and adolescents and their families and in psychological and neuropsychological assessments of individuals with learning problems. 360-424-4296 for Mary Jo Greenway, N.C.C., L.M.H.C. who received her Master's in Rehabilitation Counseling with a specialty in brain injury. She works primarily with adults, but also with older children and adolescents. Her clinical interests include, depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, attention disorders, relationship and communication issues, and life transitions. 360-863-3843 for John Ortmeyer, Ph.D. John is an ordained Methodist minister and a licensed psychologist and does some psychological testing. He specializes in couples communication, adolescent issues, blended/step families, individual anxiety and depression issues, group therapy, some psychological testing and EMDR. 360-863-6293 for Rosa Lee Wapstra, RN, MS. Rosa Lee is licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Nurse. She has a special interest in working with individuals, couples and/or families dealing with depression, anxiety, grief/loss, chronic illness, and life transitions with a particular interest in recovery from childhood abuse. 206-366-9384 for Terie Clement, LMHC Med. Terie works with children and adults-- individuals couples, and families, with special interest in helping clients with grief/loss, trauma and abuse, anxiety, depression, panic, child and adolescent behavioral issues, parent coaching, couples communication, life transitions, and relationships.


Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound Woodinville

16530 Avondale Rd NE Woodinville, WA, 98072

Phone: (206) 366-9384

http://samaritannps.com/

Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound is a behavioral health counseling agency located in churches in the North Sound. A specific faith membership or practice is not required to receive care. 206-366-9384 for Terie Clement, LMHC Med. Terie works with children and adults-- individuals couples, and families, with special interest in helping clients with grief/loss, trauma and abuse, anxiety, depression, panic, child and adolescent behavioral issues, parent coaching, couples communication, life transitions, and relationships.


Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound Shoreline

17839 Aurora Ave N Shoreline, WA, 98133

Phone: (360) 568-8737

http://samaritannps.com/

Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound is a behavioral health counseling agency located in churches in the North Sound. A specific faith membership or practice is not required to receive care. 425-471-1591 for Akiko Nawata MDiv, PMCPC PMCTS LMHC. Akiko is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and an Ethnic Minority (Asian/ Pacific Islander) Mental Health Specialist. She works with adults, primarily. She works with developmental disabilities, autism, learning issues, abuse/recovery, transitions, depression, grief, anxiety, spirituality, and family issues.


Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound Mill Creek/Bothell

621 164th Street SE Mill Creek, WA, 98012

Phone: (360) 568-8737

http://samaritannps.com/

Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound is a behavioral health counseling agency located in churches in the North Sound. A specific faith membership or practice is not required to receive care. All therapists listed have received basic brain injury training. 425-670-2120 for Diane Hastings, M.Div, LMFT, who also has a Masters of Divinity and works as a Marriage and Family Therapist, focusing mostly on adults.


Samaritan Center of Puget Sound Seattle

564 NE Ravenna Blvd Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: (206) 527-2266

http://samaritanps.org/node/94

Affordable Therapy for Those with Limited Finances Through this program, Samaritan Center of Puget Sound provides counseling and mental health services for individuals, couples and families whose limited income keeps them from being able to access quality care. The therapists who meet with clients are are trained at a master's degree level and are in the process of meeting the requirements for Washington state licensure. As Clinic providers, they receive additional training and supervision from experienced Samaritan Center therapists.


Samaritan Center of Puget Sound Redmond

11526 162nd Ave NE Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (206) 527-2266

http://samaritanps.org/node/95

Affordable Therapy for Those with Limited Finances Through this program, Samaritan Center of Puget Sound provides counseling and mental health services for individuals, couples and families whose limited income keeps them from being able to access quality care. The therapists who meet with clients are are trained at a master's degree level and are in the process of meeting the requirements for Washington state licensure. As Clinic providers, they receive additional training and supervision from experienced Samaritan Center therapists.


Snohomish County Music Project

1402 SE Everett Mall Way Suite #800 Everett, WA, 98208

Phone: (425) 258-1605

http://scmusicproject.org/

Human services organization that is bringing music therapy to health care in Snohomish County and using music as a tool to achieve non-musical outcomes. The Music Project supports Children, Adolescents, Adults and Seniors. They also manage the Northwest Music Hall, which is collocated with their office at Everett Mall.


The Hoarding Project

621 Pacific Ave Suite 300 Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 642-6108

http://thehoardingproject.org/home/

The Hoarding Project offers the therapeutic services to individuals, couples and families. Therapy is available to people who hoard as well as to family members of people who hoard. Effective treatment involves understanding the underlying reasons why a person hoards, and then addressing the behaviors. Often, people who hoard and their families have experience trauma and losses and need help in processing those losses; this is where the therapeutic work begins. Intern therapists with THP see clients on a sliding fee scale based on client income. They also have support groups.


Ione Ross

20102 Cedar Valley Road Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (425) 780-7903

http://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/name/Ione_Ross_LICSW,CMHS_Edmonds_Washington_61483

Ione Ross is a Child and Family Therapist who can help families address issues such as parent-child relationship problems; difficulty in functioning due to ADHD; sexual abuse trauma; history of relational/family trauma; adult trauma; grief and loss; work and career issues; difficulty managing everyday stress; depression and anxiety. Therapeutic approaches are based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), narrative, attachment theory, and interpersonal neurobiology (Neuroscience/Neuroplasticity).


Peter Thomas, Ph.D

4649 Sunnyside Avenue N. Suite 300 Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (253) 470-4263

http://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/prof_detail.php?profid=33336&sid=1410386211.5601_4184&zipcode=98103&s=N&tr=ResultsName&trow=224&ttot=256

Dr. Thomas describes himself as a direct, warm and interactive therapist. He enjoys working with couples seeking deeper intimacy and more clarity about their future, and with individuals coping with challenging relationships and other difficulties. NO LONGER WORKING WITH TBI CLIENTS 6.28.17


Transitional Resources

2970 SW Avalon Way Seattle, WA, 98126

Phone: (206) 883-2051

http://transitionalresources.org

Transitional Resources helps adults living with the most serious and persistent forms of mental illness by providing respectful and optimistic recovery-oriented services, affordable housing, and advocacy against discrimination which works to break the cycle of incarceration, hospitalization and homelessness. Clients range in age from 18-59 and represent a wide range of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. We specialize in serving men and women with the most serious and persistent forms of mental illness The vast majority of the individuals TR serves have experienced multiple hospitalizations or incarceration, and most have been homeless.


University of Washington Medical Center Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic

4225 Roosevelt Way NE, Ste 306 Seattle, WA, 98105

Phone: (206) 598-7792

http://uwmedicine.washington.edu/patient-care/our-services/find-a-clinic/pages/clinic.aspx?clinicid=1615

The Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic at UWMC-Roosevelt provides consultation for adults 18 and older who do not require case management or social work services. Services ?Consultations with treatment recommendations ?Short-term medication management ?Short-term psychotherapy with referral to community resources for longer term therapy ?Coordination of care with primary care physicians This clinic primarily serves patients referred from within UW Medical Center and provides a setting for psychology and psychiatry residents to learn under the supervision of attending faculty members. This clinic does not provide services related to court orders, mandated evaluations, disability evaluations or labor and industry mandated evaluations. A referral is required from the patient?s primary care provider if they are not already being seen in the UW Medical system. The referral is screened and then the patient is called to schedule a consultation appointment. This consultation appointment is a psychological evaluation which results in a mental health diagnosis. The psychiatrist decides if they are able to manage care through the services of the residents on site, in which case the patient is put on a wait list. Otherwise, they are referred back to the primary care provider or a community based psychiatrist. They have a list of providers that is given to the patient. There is a physician who is knowledgeable in TBI who can be consulted.


University of Washington Medical Center Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic

4225 Roosevelt Way NE, Ste 306 Seattle, WA, 98105

Phone: (206) 598-7792

http://uwmedicine.washington.edu/patient-care/our-services/find-a-clinic/pages/clinic.aspx?clinicid=1615

The Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic at UWMC-Roosevelt provides consultation for adults 18 and older who do not require case management or social work services. Services ?Consultations with treatment recommendations ?Short-term medication management ?Short-term psychotherapy with referral to community resources for longer term therapy ?Coordination of care with primary care physicians This clinic primarily serves patients referred from within UW Medical Center and provides a setting for psychology and psychiatry residents to learn under the supervision of attending faculty members. This clinic does not provide services related to court orders, mandated evaluations, disability evaluations or labor and industry mandated evaluations. A referral is required from the patient?s primary care provider if they are not already being seen in the UW Medical system. The referral is screened and then the patient is called to schedule a consultation appointment. This consultation appointment is a psychological evaluation which results in a mental health diagnosis. The psychiatrist decides if they are able to manage care through the services of the residents on site, in which case the patient is put on a wait list. Otherwise, they are referred back to the primary care provider or a community based psychiatrist. They have a list of providers that is given to the patient. There is a physician who is knowledgeable in TBI who can be consulted.


Eating Recovery Center

1601 114th Ave S.E. Suite. 180 Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 437-1127

http://washington.eatingrecoverycenter.com/

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can lead to changes in eating behavior patterns with significant clinical manifestations. Eating Recovery Center of Washington offers comprehensive treatment options for male and female adults and adolescents, including Residential, Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient programs. Eating Recovery Center of Washington has been thoughtfully designed with patients, families and referring professionals in mind. From the central location of the treatment center, to the group rooms, teaching kitchen, interactive classroom, community education center and the housing options for adults and adolescents, Eating Recovery Center of Washington provides a calming, therapeutic, supportive environment to move towards lasting eating disorder recovery


Whatcom Counseling and Psychiatric Clinic

3645 MacLeod Road Bellingham, WA, 98226

Phone: (360) 676-2220

http://whatcomcounseling.org/

Offers 24-hour crisis support, evaluation and intervention by highly trained mental health professionals. Emergency Services: Crisis Specialization, Involuntary Detention Investigation, Walk-In Emergency, Next Day Appointments, Crisi Respite Care, Jail Services, Emergency Medical Services Adult Services: Therapy, Community Support, Intensive Outpatient Programs, Vocational Services Elderly Services: Outreach and Engagement Services, Therapy, Community Support, Child And Family Services: Individual and Family Therapy, Case Management Group Services: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Symptom Management, Self Empowerment and Recovery, Support Groups Medical Services: Pyschiatric evaluation, consultation with Primary Care Physicians, Patient Education and Medication Management


Associates in Behavior and Child Development

155 NE 100th St. Suite 306 Seattle, WA, 98125

Phone: (206) 361-6884

http://www.abcdseattle.com/

Associates in Behavior and Child Development (ABCD, Inc.) is a multidisciplinary group practice providing clinical psychology, educational psychology, and psychiatry for children, adolescents, a few adults, and families. Educators and physicians also may access assessment and consultation services for educational and behavioral issues.


Associates in Behavior and Child Development

155 NE 100th St. Suite 306 Seattle, WA, 98125

Phone: (206) 361-6884

http://www.abcdseattle.com/

Associates in Behavior and Child Development (ABCD, Inc.) is a multidisciplinary group practice providing clinical psychology, educational psychology, and psychiatry for children, adolescents, a few adults, and families. Educators and physicians also may access assessment and consultation services for educational and behavioral issues.


Amen Clinics

616 120th Ave NE, Suite C100 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 455-7500

http://www.amenclinics.com/clinic/bellevue

Thee Amen Clinics help people achieve a ?brain-healthy? life through an integrated treatment method of comprehensive assessments, brain SPECT imaging, and brain-healthy habits. As the most experienced authorities on SPECT imaging in the world, according to their website, Daniel Amen, MD, and physicians at the Amen Clinics have conducted and analyzed more than 84,000 brain SPECT images in the last 22 years. Using SPECT imaging (which stands for single-photon emission computerized tomography) a special kind of photograph is taken of the brain to help better understand how it works and what is going on inside of it. If a client mentions the Brain Injury Alliance of Washington, they will receive 10% off a full evaluation as of 9/23/2014


Antioch Community Counseling & Psychology Clinic

2400 3rd Avenue, Suite 200 Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 268-4840

http://www.antiochseattle.edu/student-campus-resources/campus-resources/mental-health-counseling/community-counseling-and-psychology-clinic/

Antioch's Clinic offers high quality psychological services to the Seattle community in a safe and supportive setting. Services are provided by qualified students enrolled in master's and doctoral degree programs at Antioch University under the supervision of Antioch faculty members or doctoral interns who are licensed mental health professionals. Mental health services are offered to individuals of all ages, from children to senior citizens. These services include: Individual therapy Couples therapy Family therapy Group therapy Art therapy Play therapy Clinical consultation Assessments


Basin Counseling Inc.

404 S Division St Moses Lake, WA, 98837

Phone: (509) 764-7474

http://www.basincounseling.com/

Counseling services for individuals, couples, and families. Some staff members have experience working with brain injury patients.


Burien Psychotherapy

630 SW 149th Street Suite 101 Burien, WA, 98166

Phone: (206) 612-0665

http://www.burienpsychotherapy.com/

This relational therapist works collaboratively with clients to identify and address personal problems in relationships and life challenges. Within an empathetic and encouraging environment, individuals can explore difficulties and try new approaches to problems in living. Strengths of each person are recognized and developed to achieve personal growth. How familial, cultural, health, educational and spiritual dimensions have contributed to each individual?s life experiences are considered. Personalized approaches and therapeutic supports are attuned to each client. Services available for children, adolescents, adults, families and groups. Laurel acknowledges that she has had a mild TBI herself and is very familiar with treating A/TBI effects.


Cowlitz County Guidance Association

921 Fourteenth Avenue Longview, WA, 98632

Phone: (360) 423-0203

http://www.ccgacares.com/

Cowlitz County Guidance Association is a private, non-profit organization. It was founded as a child guidance association by the Longview Junior Service League in 1947, and incorporated in 1953. In 1963, when the Community Mental Health Act was enacted in the State of Washington, the Center enlarged its focus and accepted the role of a comprehensive outpatient community mental health center. With that change came the business name for our publicly-funded services, Lower Columbia Mental Health Center. Services offered through Lower Columbia mental Health Center Include: Child and Family Services Adult Services Older Adult Services Crisis Response Services School-based Services Crisis Support Unit Cowlitz River Clubhouse HIP Program Gimme 5 for Life See website for more details.


Catholic Community Services, Children?s Services

1133 Railroad Ave Ste 100 Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 676-2164

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=families_communitymentalhealth

CCS provides community mental health services to Medicaid eligible children and their families in Whatcom, Skagit and Snohomish Counties. After an initial assessment and determination of need for ongoing help, core mental health services available at CCS include individual and/or family counseling/therapy, medication evaluation/management and coordination with primary care physicians, and case management. CCS also provides groups for children and adolescents that focus on managing behaviors and emotions, and developing self-care and interpersonal relationship skills.


Catholic Community Services East King County Family Center

875 140th Ave. NE Suite #205 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 213-1963

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_eastkc

Providing people with the tools they need to help themselves, whether they need child, family and individual counseling, adoption, foster care, transitional housing, meals, wrap around services for homeless youth, emergency services (rental, utility assistance) information and referral, home care and chore services for seniors and people with disabilities, pregnancy and parenting skills and assistance dealing with the emotions following an abortion.


Catholic Community Services Tahoma Family Center

1323 Yakima Ave. Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 383-3697

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_pierce

The Tahoma Family Center is the information and referral hub for more than 25 different community programs in Pierce County. One of those programs is Family Preservation for families and At Risk Youth under age 18 who are a danger to themselves or others. This location also offers individual and family counseling.


Catholic Family Services-Children Mental Health, Burlington Office

614 Peterson Road suite 200 Burlington, WA, 98233

Phone: (360) 856-3054

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_skagit

We offer Mental Health Counseling, and Social Services to residents of Skagit County. We are a licensed Community Mental Health Agency: Serving low-income children and families as a provider in the North Sound Region. Serving people of all ages funded by insurance, private pay, and special contracts. Serving students in Skagit schools, K-8, through a contract with Skagit County and local school districts. We also provide immigration and citizenship services, along with referrals for immigrants, refugees, asylees and their families.


Catholic Community Services - Thurston

604 Devoe St. SE Olympia, WA, 98501

Phone: (360) 878-8248

http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_thurston

Crisis Stabilization Service, Family Assessment, Stabilization Team Behavioral Rehabilitation Service, Intensive Family Preservation Service, Family Search Engagemement Training Workshops, Crises Family Preservation, Chemical Dependency, Childcare, Counseling Service, Employment Learning Center,


CHAS North County Clinic

401 S Main Street Deer Park, WA, 99006

Phone: (509) 444-8200

http://www.chas.org/north-county-clinic

North County CHAS clinic provides medical, dental, pharmacy services along with Behavioral Health.


Community Health Center of Snohomish County Behavioral Health Edmonds

23320 Hwy. 99 Edmonds, WA, 98026

Phone: (425) 835-5200

http://www.chcsno.org

After making an appointment with a Primary Care Provider (PCP) the PCP will assess the person's needs and recommend an appointment with the Behavioral Health Specialist if indicated. The Behavioral Health Specialists are trained in counseling and other behavioral therapies. They work closely with the PCP, and can provide counseling at the same time the patient is receiving medication for mental health. Behavioral health service is available to adults who are medical patients at CHC and who cannot access other mental health support in the community.


Community Health Center of Snohomish County Behavioral Health Lynnwood

4111 194th St. SW Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (425) 835-5200

http://www.chcsno.org

After making an appointment with a Primary Care Provider (PCP) the PCP will assess the person's needs and recommend an appointment with the Behavioral Health Specialist if indicated. The Behavioral Health Specialists are trained in counseling and other behavioral therapies. They work closely with the PCP, and can provide counseling at the same time the patient is receiving medication for mental health. Behavioral health service is available to adults who are medical patients at CHC and who cannot access other mental health support in the community.


City University of Seattle Counseling Center

11900 NE 1st St Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 709-5333

http://www.cityu.edu/

Supervised, graduate-student counselors provide individual, marriage and family counseling at a nominal cost. Counselors will also make referrals to community agencies. Various methodologies are used to best accommodate the needs of the counselor and the client. Students are counselors in training who have completed their course work and are supervised by a City University staff member. On-site supervision provides the opportunity for extensive feedback and assistance benefiting both client and counselor. Low-Cost/Sliding Scale Sliding scale from $5-60 per session


Community Services Northwest Wellness Project

317 E 39th Street Vancouver, WA, 98663

Phone: (360) 546-1722

http://www.communityservicesnw.org

This service is the only free mental health clinic providing services to uninsured or underinsured adults in Clark County.This service offers individual and group counseling and treatment groups. To apply for services arrive before 8:30 am on the 2nd Wednesday of each month and fill out an application. Counseling services offered at The Wellness Project are provided by volunteers who are either licensed or registered with the State of Washington. Counseling is also provided by master?s-level student s under the direct supervision of CSNW staff and other community mental health professionals. The Wellness Project is unable to provide counseling for court-mandated situations. We do not provide counseling for substance abuse issues, but we will refer people with these concerns to other CSNW programs including our Addictions and Housing Services, as well as other community resources.


Compass Health Adult Services, Lynnwood

4807 196th St SW #220 Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (425) 835-5850

http://www.compasshealth.org/locations/lynnwood-4807-196th-sw/

Compass Health Adult Services Lynnwood provides mental health services to adults who are chronically mentally ill, experiencing an episodic crisis, or seeking assistance for an emotional or behavioral problem. Psychiatric services are available for those who are engaged in counseling here, only. Call the VOA access line at 425-212-3900 for pre-screening for services here. Therapists at this location were trained in Brain Injury on 4.15.2015.


Community Psychiatric Clinic Northgate

10700 Meridian Ave N Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 461-3614

http://www.cpcwa.org/

Community Psychiatric Clinic Northgate is part of a dually-licensed, state-certified and nationally accredited non-profit behavioral healthcare organization. We provide a comprehensive array of recovery-oriented mental health and chemical dependency services (everything from serious mental illness and chemical dependency to the daily stress and challenge of life) for adults, children and families. Our treatment builds on each client's personal strength to help them achieve their recovery plan. This site has a structured day program called Sunrise Center. Only clients who are in therapy can receive medication management services here. They have worked with patients with brain injury. ?Outpatient mental health treatment and counseling for adults, children and families ?Community support services ?Chemical dependency services ?Sunrise Center structured day program: They have a morning group that meets for 2 hours on Mon, Tues, Thurs, Friday for chronic mental health patients. The morning groups are general in topic on Mon and Fri, Coping Skills are addressed on Tuesday and Art on Thursday. The afternoon sessions are for clients with lower cognitive skills.


Community Psychiatric Clinic Belltown

2329 4th Avenue Seattle, WA, 98121

Phone: (206) 461-3649

http://www.cpcwa.org/LocationsAndMaps/belltown.html

CPC?s Belltown location is our primary downtown Seattle outpatient site and provides: ? Case management; Mental Health Counseling on a case by case basis ? ARNP or MD to prescribe psychotropic meds ? Community support services ? Chemical dependency services ? Clean Start structured day program: this day program is open to all CPC clients; the majority of clients are homeless. They nap, watch movies and experience the site as a safe place to hang out. Hours are 8:00 to 2:00. There are 2 peer support people and a case manager at the site where housing help, an art group, breakfast and lunch are provided. They have had clients with TBI but don?t specialize in TBI. Contact Mike Kelly for intake at mkelly@cpcwa.org


Crisis Clinic

9725 3rd Ave NE # 300 Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: (206) 461-3222

http://www.crisisclinic.org/contact.html

Open 24 hours every day. Individuals may call for assistance with self-defined crises of any type that may include even such things as acting out, violent behavior, suicidal ideation or threat, homicidal thoughts or threats, etc. The Crisis Clinic also connects people with local resources. The website offers information on suicide, abuse, trauma, caregiver issues, disability, housing, youth services and a newsletter.


Central Washington Comprehensive Mental Health

402 S. 4th Avenue Yakima, WA, 98907

Phone: (509) 575-4084

http://www.cwcmh.org/

This private nonprofit organization, provides a full range of mental health, chemical dependency, housing, veterans, domestic violence, and sexual assault services as well as community education and other specialized services throughout Yakima, Kittitas, and Klickitat Counties. More than 400 highly trained and qualified professional staff serve a three county area of over 290,000 population. Comprehensive maintains offices in Cle Elum, Ellensburg, Yakima, Sunnyside, Goldendale, and White Salmon. CWCMH offers residential services in Yakima, Ellensburg, and Sunnyside and owns over 80 housing units throughout Yakima & Kittitas Counties.


Discover Healing

5705 Evergreen Way Suite 101-B Everett, WA, 98203

Phone: (425) 870-0895

http://www.discoverhealing.net/

Discover Healing is a counseling center run by Kristin Roessler. Kristin Roessler is a trained professional who, for the last 17 years, has helped adults, children and families sort out their difficulties, make wise decisions and change behaviors or patterns that interfere with their goals. Kristin does not have much experience working with individuals with TBI but is an excellent counselor who is willing to learn. Kristin has two office sites: Everett and Lake Stevens.


Klallam Counseling Services

933 East First Street Port Angeles, WA, 98362

Phone: (360) 452-4432

http://www.elwha.org/klallamcounseling.html

Klallam Counseling services offers a wide variety of programs and services in the area of behavioral health to both native and non-native members. This includes: Intensive Outpatient Treatment, Intensive Relapse Prevention Group , Youth Group, Anger Management Group,Continuing Care ? Monthly Treatment, Co-occurring Groups, Addiction-free Pain Management, Family Programs , Native American Group and Urinalysis services.


Emily Program

1700 Westlake Ave. N Ste 700 Seattle, WA, 98109

Phone: (206) 283-2220

http://www.emilyprogram.com/

The hallmark of The Emily Program is personalized care for any individual struggling with eating disorders and related problems. Our mission is to provide exceptional, individualized care leading to recovery from eating disorders. The Emily Program's vision is a world of peaceful relationships with food, weight, and body image, where everyone with an eating disorder can experience recovery.


Evergreen Neurodevelopmental Center

19217 36th Ave W. Suite 215 (Building 5) Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (425) 753-5001

http://www.endc.org/

Nicole Bain, Ph.D., is the sole provider of Evergreen Neurodevelopmental Center. She specializes in working with children and adolescents with behavioral difficulties or in need of therapeutic intervention to improve their lives at home, school, and with peers. Services provided include: Neuropsychological assessments, individual counseling, social skills groups, home/school behavioral/program consultation, Peer Mentoring programs (teaching typically developing kids about disabilities and how to interact with them---then matching them up with individuals with disabilities and practicing social skills together), and parent support workshops. One of the many issues Dr. Bain addresses is Traumatic Brain Injury. Dr Bain is currently taking new patients for neuropsychological evaluations, there is a waiting list for her counseling servcies at present (11.18.2016).


Family Medical Psychiatry

8105 166th AVE NE Suite 202 Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 647-1225

http://www.familymedpsychiatry.com/

Dr. Timothy Rogge, MD is board certified in Psychiatry. He has special expertise in 10 areas: Anxiety Disorders Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) / Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Bipolar Disorder / Manic Depressive Disorder Depression Depressive Disorder Exercise Insomnia Schizophrenia Sleep Disorders Stress


Skagit Valley Reach Center

1413 E. College Way Mount Vernon, Washington, 98273

Phone: (360) 873-8653

http://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&aq=&oq=Skagir+Valley+Reach+Center%2c+Mount+Vernon%2c+Wa&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4MXGB_enUS531US532&q=Skagir+Valley+Reach+Center%2c+Mount+Vernon%2c+Wa&gs_l=hp....0.0.1.13383...........0.cqJSHiLcOdU

This is a safe and sober environment for individuals with mental health and addiction where they can buld confidence and become proactive in recovery and wellness with peer to peer support, advocacy, and with encouragement for a life of wellness. They provide welf help classes, recovery groups, variety of trainings available and with access to computers. There are volunteer opportunities as well.


Cathryn McRuer-Wong

310 3rd Ave NE Issaquah, WA, 98027

Phone: (425) 283-7308

http://www.healingchangecounseling.com/

Master's level therapist who works with TBI/ABI as well as PTSD and other severe traumas.


Healing Lodge of the Seven Nations

5600 East 8th Ave Spokane Valley, WA, 99212

Phone: (509) 533-6910

http://www.healinglodge.org/

The Healing Lodge is a 45-bed adolescent (ages 13-17) residential chemical dependency treatment center funded by Indian Health Services and the State of Washington. Services at The Healing Lodge are primarily focused for the Native American population, but services are open to all adolescents. Services are available to both males and females for an approximately 90 to 120 day treatment program designed around the individual youth's needs.


Lutheran Community Services Northwest

4040 South 188th Seatac, Washington, 98188

Phone: (206) 901-1685

http://www.lcsnw.org/

The programs of Lutheran Community Services Northwest are tailored to address specific needs in each of the communities they serve. Their caring, professional staff provide a broad range of services to adults, teens, children, families, schools, congregations, businesses and communities. Services include: Behavioral health, community support, child welfare, senior and disability services


Mindsource Center, LLC

27023 164th Ave SE Covington, WA, 98042

Phone: (253) 639-7146

http://www.mindsourcecenter.com/

MindSource Center, located in South King County, offers a wide range of counseling, evaluation & training services to address a variety of mental & physical needs. In particular, we are known for serving families touched by autism spectrum disorders, and learning and neurodevelopmental challenges.


Multi Care Behavioral Health

325 E Pioneer Puyallup, WA, 98372

Phone: (253) 697-8400

http://www.multicare.org/behavioral-health-contact/

Good Samaritan Behavioral Healthcare members provide quality mental health services and valuing diversity. Clients may self refer. Those in counseling may receive medication management.


Discoveries at Bridges: A Center for Grieving Children

310 N K Street Tacoma, WA, 98403

Phone: (253) 272-8266

http://www.multicare.org/marybridge/bridges-center-grieving

This non-profit, non-sectarian center provides developmentally appropriate twice monthly support groups facilitated by trained volunteers for children ages 4-18 who are grieving the serious illness or loss of a family member. There is also an adult patient (with serious diagnoses) group and a caregiver group that meets at the same time. So far they have not included TBI, but they are considering it. Access to these groups is by the family requesting consideration and then going through an intake process to make sure it is a good fit.


NAMI Greater Seattle

802 NW 70th Street Seattle, WA, 98117

Phone: (206) 783-9264

http://www.nami-greaterseattle.org/

Since 1979 NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, has served individuals with mental illness. NAMI advocates for access to services, treatment, supports and research. They offer training for volunteers, an annual fund-raising walk, information of all kinds and a NAMI helpline. NAMI branches are located throughout the country.


NAMI for Whatcom County

1212 Billy Frank Jr. St Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 671-4950

http://www.namiwhatcom.org/

?helps recovering consumers and families develop the understanding, skills, and strengths they need to cope with brain disorders. ?increases community support for recovery and reintegration of persons who have a mental illness. ?finds ways to bring recovering consumers and families of all ages, and health service providers closer together by sharing insights and techniques beneficial to individuals in these three categories. ?NAMI Family to Family Education Course ?NAMI Basics ?Mental Illness Awareness Workshops ?Educational Program Meetings: Second Thursday of each month, 7 pm at St. Luke's Community Health Education Center, 3333 Squalicum Parkway, Bellingham, Washington - unless otherwise noted. ?Support Groups: Monthly Family Support, Suicide Survivors Support, NAMI Connection


Navos Mental Health and Wellness Center

1210 SW 136th Street Burien, WA, 98166

Phone: (206) 248-8226

http://www.navos.org/home

Navos offers a range of services including child and family mental health therapy, domestic violence programs, case management, and assistance with access to government assistance and basic needs. They do a screening over the phone and then set up intake. They have worked with clients with brain injuries, but this is not a specialty. Clients must have a mental health disorder or substance abuse issue.


Navos Outpatient Services West Seattle Campus

2600 SW Holden Street Seattle, WA, 98126

Phone: (206) 933-7000

http://www.navos.org/home

Navos West Seattle offers medication management, case management, individual counseling and therapy, wrap around services for children and their families, recovery and wellness planning, peer support specialists, assistance with basic needs and referral to community resources. For people over 60 there is an Oasis program providing services at this location and at community nursing homes and other community gathering sites. They can go to older adult?s homes if necessary for mental health services. They have served adults and older adults with brain injuries.


Navos Inpatient Services West Seattle Campus

2600 SW Holden Street Seattle, WA, 98126

Phone: (206) 933-7299

http://www.navos.org/home

This is a 72-bed inpatient facility primarily for involuntary commitments for adults deemed to be in crisis by a Designated Mental Health Professional. Navos provides a team approach, including a psychiatrist, nurse, primary care provider case manager, who work together to assess and stabilize the patient with medication and therapy. They have had brain injured individuals there and have taken some teens.


North Sound Mental Health Administration

301 Valley Mall Way Ste 110 Mount Vernon, WA, 98273

Phone: (360) 416-7013

http://www.nsmha.org

Mental Health Services Access Line: (888) 693-7200 Online: http://www.voaww.org/behavioralhealth Outpatient Services are accessed through the centralized access center. Outpatient services are provided by eight licensed community mental health centers across the North Sound Region to people with a Medicaid mental health benefit and to low-income people as resources are available. Inpatient Certification: (800) 707-4656 Crisis Services and Commitment Services are available 24-hours a day, seven days a week to anyone in the North Sound Region. Crisis Services include: Crisis Telephone Line Crisis Outreach Involuntary Treatment Investigations Crisis Respite Services where appropriate Assistance in hospitalization if medically necessary. Crisis Line: (800) 584-3578 Ombudsman provide advocacy for anyone applying for or receiving public mental health services, Ombuds: Toll-free 1-888-336-6164.


Christy Sundholm

301 Valley Mall Way Ste 110 Mount Vernon, WA, 98273

Phone: (360) 416-7013

http://www.nsmha.org

Christy is a SUD Quality Specialist and Ombudsman, who provides advocacy for anyonone applying for or receiving public mental health services


Angela Fraser-Powell

301 Valley Mall Way Ste 110 Mount Vernon, WA, 98273

Phone: (360) 416-7013 x646

http://www.nsmha.org

Ombudsman provide advocacy for anyonone applying for or receiving public mental health services


Esther F. Conway PhD

219 West Patison Suite 219B Port Hadlock., WA, 98339

Phone: (360) 301-4564

http://www.olypen.com/estherc

Dr. Conway is a licensed psychologist with over 30 years of experience. Her approach combines the strategies of many relational and developmental therapies with the depth of Jungian theory. She works together with the client to decide which of these strategies best fit the situation produces positive results for individuals and couples. She specializes in couples therapy and developmental transitions.


Greg Ford, Ph.D.

12 Bellwether Way Suite 223 Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 255-2505 Ext. 105

http://www.pacificharbor.org/Ford.html

Dr. Gregory Ford is a Licensed Psychologist who works out of Pacific Harbor Psychology/Psychiatry. Dr. Ford is a general therapist who helps individuals deal with a broad range of psychological issues, such as depression, anxiety, panic, and interpersonal conflict. He also has particular expertise and training working with individuals who are dealing with chronic illness/disability or an acute medical crisis. Dr. Ford also specializes in general psychological assessment.


Pamela Woodroffe, MSW, LICSW, CDP, MAC

3417 Evanston Ave N Suite 415 Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 399-2622

http://www.pamelawoodroffecounseling.com/

Pamela offers strengths-based psychotherapy, strategies such as coping tools, supportive listening, and can help with the grief and adjustment of medical challenges such as brain injury. As a mild brain injury survivor, she brings extra empathy and understanding to working with clients living with brain injury. Her office has free parking and is ADA-accessible.


Paraclete Counseling Services LLC

6 South 2nd St, Suite 316 Yakima, WA, 98901

Phone: (509) 643-3394

http://www.paracletecounseling.org/

Currently a LICSW I use evidence/research-based techniques, including cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused and narrative therapy to strengthen client and family systems. Client's engage in an initial intake session during their first appointment, offering both client and therapist time to establish a good relationship and discuss presenting issues. Clients take a variety of assessments, helping both client and therapist complete a comprehensive treatment plan in which goals and an approximate number of sessions are discussed. If desired, Paraclete Counseling offers Christian counseling, integrating clinical theory with Biblical principals as part of the counseling process. Psychological, emotional, physical & spiritual needs are assessed & clients use prayer, faith, & the reading of scriptures during therapy to facilitate healing and personal growth. Treatment Orientation: Art Therapy Attachment-based Christian-based Therapy Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Cognitive Processing Therapy Emotionally Focused Family Systems Guided Imagery Motivational Interviewing Narrative Play Therapy Solution Focused Brief (SFBT) Trauma Focused


Pathway to Change

1944 Pacific Ave Suite 309 Tacoma, WA, 98402

Phone: (253) 686-1632

http://www.pathwaytochangecounselingservices.com/index.html

Providing individual, couples and family counseling. Treatment specialization includes: Therapy for Depression and Anxiety Couples Counseling Family Counseling Parenting Support Grief Counseling Work and Career issues Stress Management Conflict Resolution ADHD/ADD OCD Bipolar/Mood Disorders Trauma and PTSD Anger Behavioral Issues


Pioneer Human Services

7440 West Marginal Way S. Seattle, WA, 98108

Phone: (206) 768-1990

http://www.pioneerhumanservices.org/

Pioneer Services offers programs that help people who are re-entering society from prison or jail and those who are overcoming chemical addiction and mental illness. They offer a fully integrated array of housing, employment, training, reentry and treatment services. This is an outpatient facility.


Skagit County Crisis Center

201 Lila Lane Burlington, WA, 98233

Phone: (360) 757-7738

http://www.pioneerhumanservices.org/treatment/cd/detox/skagit/

Mental health services, 24 hour inpatient


Clinic Psychological Services and Training Center

Guthrie Annex 1 UW Box 351525 Seattle, WA, 98195

Phone: (206) 543-6511

http://www.psych.uw.edu/psych.php#p=362

The Psychological Services and Training Center (the Clinic) provides psychotherapy and other psychological services to residents of the Seattle metropolitan area. Staff Therapists work with people of all ages who are experiencing psychological distress. They see children and adolescents with a wide variety of problems, ranging from behavioral difficulties in school or at home, to sadness and low self-esteem. They also see adults experiencing such problems as anxiety, depression, and family and relationship difficulties. In addition, they currently offer special services for those needing substance use evaluations, and learning disability assessment and intervention. In general, they serve those whose situations do not require hospital or medical care.


University of Washington Psychological Services and Training Center

3920 15th Ave NE Seattle, WA, 98195

Phone: (206) 543-6511

http://www.psych.uw.edu/psych.php?p=362

The University of Washington's Psychological Services and Training Center (The Clinic) provides individual, family, group psychotherapy and cognitive assessments to residents of the Seattle metropolitan area, including University of Washington students and their families. Cognitive assessments through the Learn Clinic are for children who are struggling in school but not for TBI victims. The Department of Psychology at the University of Washington maintains the Psychological Services and Training Center as a training site for graduate students in the clinical psychology Ph.D. program. Graduate student therapists provide therapeutic services and are supervised by licensed psychologists and other experienced mental health professionals. As this is a training site, they don?t take patients with psychotic symptoms and don?t do medication management. Also, it is possible that a client's therapist may change as therapists graduate from their educational programs. Therapy could be appropriate here for someone with a TBI who is able to pay out of pocket.


Crystal Gray, PhD

5105 200th St. SW Suite 100 Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (206) 883-6175

http://www.pugetsoundpsychology.com

Dr. Crystal Gray has specialty training in evidenced based assessment & treatment for toddlers, children, adolescents, adults, and families, especially for Autism, Aspergers, & Related Disabilities. Dr. Gray?s expertise areas include: Behavior, Development, Cognitive Behavior & Dialectical Behavior Therapies; Motivational Interviewing & Enhancement; Hypnosis & Mindfulness; Family Systems & Multisystemic Therapy; Disability & Employment; and Accommodation Strategies. Treatment may occur individually, as a family group, in the home, in skills or adventure groups, in schools, or in the work place, and may provide education, school recommendations and consultation, and vocational guidance.


Ryther Child Center

2400 NE 95th Street Seattle, WA, 98115

Phone: Phone (206) 525-5050

http://www.ryther.org/

Ryther provides a comprehensive continuum of care and assistance for children, youth and families experiencing or at risk from neglect, mental illness, cognitive impairments or emotional, physical, sexual and/or chemical abuse. Ryther Child Center?s Sub-Acute Care Program provides intensive treatment 24/7 for children ages 6?14 with significant behavioral and emotional challenges. Our multidisciplinary team includes full time psychiatry, psychology, case management and therapy provided by Masters level clinicians. Compassionate counselors maintain a predictable and nurturing environment. Most children attend Ryther?s on-campus K-8 school and enjoy appropriate outings and activities. Ryther provides a broad array of programs (inpatient and out patient) designed to address the individual needs of adolescents using drugs and/or alcohol and their families, as well as those with co-occurring mental health issues. Out patient services are for families that need assistance understanding and managing the child?s behavior. Service may be provided in the home as well as the clinic. Stand-alone medication management is NOT available here; one must be seen by a mental health therapist through the outpatient program in order to receive medication management. They serve ages 0-18.


Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound Everett

2936 Rockefeller Ave. Everett, WA, 98201

Phone: (360) 568-8737

http://www.samaritannps.com/locations/everett-office

Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound is a behavioral health counseling agency located in churches in the North Sound. A specific faith membership or practice is not required to receive care. All therapists listed have received basic brain injury training. 360-708-9595 for Douglas Chandler, LICSW, CMHS. He works with patients of all ages, and specializes in working with children and adolescents. Particular areas of interest include ADHD, anxiety, mood disorders, higher-functioning autistim specturm disorders, complex medical and mental health issues, and difficult behavior problems.


Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound Lake Forest Park

17440 Brookside Blvd, NE Seattle, WA, 98155

Phone: (206) 366-9384

http://www.samaritannps.com/locations/lake-forest-park

Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound is a behavioral health counseling agency located in churches in the North Sound. A specific faith membership or practice is not required to receive care. Gene has received basic brain injury training. 425-471-1591 for Akiko Nawata MDiv, PMCPC PMCTS LMHC. Akiko is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and an Ethnic Minority (Asian/ Pacific Islander) Mental Health Specialist. She works with adults, primarily. She works with developmental disabilities, autism, learning issues, abuse/recovery, transitions, depression, grief, anxiety, spirituality, and family issues. 206-384-2744 for Gene McConnachie, PhD. Gene is a licensed psychologist at DDA in Seattle, and is doing limited counseling at this location. He has lots of experience with DD and would do great with TBI clients because of his autism experience. He works with children and adults.


Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound Mount Vernon

1511 E Broadway Mount Vernon, WA, 98274

Phone: (360) 424-4296

http://www.samaritannps.com/locations/mount-vernon-office

Counseling Centers of North Puget Sound is a behavioral health counseling agency located in churches in the North Sound. A specific faith membership or practice is not required to receive care. All therapists listed have received basic brain injury training. 360-424-4296 for Mary Jo Greenway, N.C.C., L.M.H.C. who received her Master's in Rehabilitation Counseling with a specialty in brain injury. She works primarily with adults, but also with older children and adolescents. Her clinical interests include, depression, anxiety, trauma recovery, attention disorders, relationship and communication issues, and life transitions. 360-708-9595 for Douglas Chandler, LICSW, CMHS. He works with patients of all ages, and specializes in working with children and adolescents. Particular areas of interest include ADHD, anxiety, mood disorders, higher-functioning autistism spectrum disorders, complex medical and mental health issues, and difficult behavior problems.


Samaritan Center of Puget Sound Bellevue

1717 Bellevue Way NE Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (206) 527-2266

http://www.samaritanps.org/Clinic.php

Affordable therapy for those with limited finances Through this program, Samaritan Center of Puget Sound provides counseling and mental health services for individuals, couples and families whose limited income keeps them from being able to access quality care. The therapists who meet with clients are are trained at a master's degree level and are in the process of meeting the requirements for Washington state licensure. As Clinic providers, they receive additional training and supervision from experienced Samaritan Center therapists.


Sea Mar Renacer Youth Treatment Center

10001 17th Place S Upper Level Seattle, WA, 98168

Phone: (206) 766-6960

http://www.seamar.org/

This center provides mental health and chemical dependency services for teenage boys in a LEvel II Secure residential facility, which means vigilant supervision at all times. Clients generally stay 90-150 days.


Sea Mar Seattle Behavioral Health Center

10001 17th Place S , Lower Level Seattle, WA, 98168

Phone: (206) 766-6976

http://www.seamar.org/

This clinic offers mental health and substance abuse services for both children and adult clients


Sea Mar Mount Vernon Behavioral Health Center

1010 East College Way Mt. Vernon, WA, 98273

Phone: (360) 542-8920

http://www.seamar.org/

Substance Abuse services at this clinic include evaluations, treatment groups and individual counseling, Latino youth evaluations, group and individual counseling and alcohol/drug information school. Mental health services at this clinic include assessments and counseling, counseling services for Latino youth and families, and Latina women's group. Domestic Violence services at this clinic include evaluations and groups.


Sea Mar Monroe Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic

14090 Fryeland Boulevards SE, Suite 34 Monroe, WA, 98272

Phone: (360) 805-3122

http://www.seamar.org/

This clinic offers mental health counseling and case management for adults and children, psychiatric medication assessments and management for adults, chemical dependence and substance abuse outpatient treatment, after-care, relapse prevention, youth treatment services, interim services, and ADATSA outpatient services.


Sea Mar Tacoma Treatment Center

1415 Center Street Tacoma, WA, 98409

Phone: (253) 280-9860

http://www.seamar.org/

This clinic provides intensive in-patient treatment for drug addiction and alcoholism.


Sea Mar Visions Youth Treatment Center

1603 E. Illinois Bellingham, WA, 98226

Phone: (360) 647-4266

http://www.seamar.org/

Mental health and chemical dependency services for twenty seven teenage girls in a Level II Secure residential facility, which means vigilant supervision at all times. Clients generally stay 90-150 days. Generally a wait of two months. Only for teenage girls from 14-17


Sea Mar Lynnwood Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic

19707 44th Avenue W Suite 101 Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (425) 977-2560

http://www.seamar.org/

This clinic provides mental health counseling and case management for adults and children, psychiatric medication assessment sand management for adults, chemical dependence and substance abuse outpatient treatment, after-care, relapse prevention, youth treatment services and interim services.


Sea Mar CHC - Des Moines Treatment Center

233 2nd Avenue S Kent, WA, 98032

Phone: (206) 812-6160

http://www.seamar.org/

This clinic offers inpatient drug and alcohol recovery in two modalities:Recovery House (up to 60 days) and Long-Term Care (up to 180 days).


Sea Mar Bellingham Behavioral Health Center

3350 Airport Drive Bellingham, WA, 98226

Phone: (360) 734-5458

http://www.seamar.org/

This clinic offers mental health counseling and case management for adults and children, psychiatric medication assessment and management for adults, chemical dependence and substance abuse outpatient treatment, after-care, relapse prevention, youth treatment services, interim services and ADATSA outpatient services.


Sea Mar Everett Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic

5007 Claremont Way Everett, WA, 98203

Phone: (425) 609-5505

http://www.seamar.org/

This clinic provides mental health counseling and substance abuse services.


Sea Mar Vancouver Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic

5501 NE 109th Court, Suite A1 Vancouver, WA, 98664

Phone: (360) 566-4432

http://www.seamar.org/

Sea Mar Behavioral Services exsist to help with mental health issues including Anxiety, Concentration, Feelings of loss, Impulse control, Confusion, Indecision, Depression, Lack of social interest, Youth anger management, Lack of communication between couples or other relatives & Case Management. For pediatric clients they also provide school based services as well as case management to those who need in-house, interrogated care for mental health diagnosis such as bi-polar, conduct disorder etc... and resource connection.


Sea Mar Tumwater Outpatient Behavorial Health Clinic

6334 Littlerock Rd. SW Tumwater, WA, 98512

Phone: (360) 570-8258

http://www.seamar.org/

This clinic offers mental health counselings, case management, psychiatric medication assessments and management, chemical dependence and substance abuse outpatient treatment, after care and relapse prevention.


Sea Mar Puyallup Behavioral Health Clinic

12812 101st Avenue, Court E Suite 202 Puyallup, WA, 98373

Phone: (253) 864-4770

http://www.seamar.org/location.php?xloc=69&xser=3&xcty=5&xserloc=48

This clinic offers mental health counseling, psychiatric medication assessments and management, group counseling, and chemical dependence and substance abuse outpatient treatment and related services.


Sea Mar Tacoma Behavioral Health Center

2121 S. 19th Street Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 396-1634

http://www.seamar.org/location.php?xloc=84&xser=3&xcty=5&xserloc=37

This clinic provides outpatient mental health as well as chemical dependency counseling and education. Individual psychotherapy Case management for adults and children Psychiatric medication assessments and management for adults and children Group psychotherapy Psycho-education and community outreach


Seattle Children?s Hospital Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine

4800 Sand Point Way NE Seattle, WA, 98105

Phone: (206) 987-2164

http://www.seattlechildrens.org/clinics-programs/psychiatry-and-behavioral-medicine/

At Seattle Children?s, our team works to diagnose, treat and prevent problems with emotions and behavior. We see young people up to age 18 ? and sometimes longer, if they still need care from experts who treat children. Our approach in our clinics is to set clear goals for your child and provide short-term treatment using methods that have been shown to help. If your child needs longer-term care, we connect you with people and resources to meet your child?s needs. Currently not taking new patients but only doing mental health evaluations. Scheduling is three months out as of February 2012. A referral from your primary care physician, school counselor, or other licensed professional is necessary to be seen. The services we offer include: Outpatient mental health services Inpatient hospital stay Telepsychiatry service Eating disorder services


Seattle Children's at Overlake

1135 116th Ave NE Suite 400 Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 454-4644

http://www.seattlechildrens.org/contact/overlake/

This location provides Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, including an Inpatient Psychiatric Unit. For behavioral health, some teens may continue to be seen beyond age 18 if they need services by someone who understands young people. This small Seattle Children's Hospital location is located within the Overlake Medical Tower, not to be mixed up with the larger Seattle Children's Bellevue Clinic and Surgery Center across the street.


Seattle Children's at Overlake

1135 116th Ave NE Suite 400 Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 454-4644

http://www.seattlechildrens.org/contact/overlake/

This location provides Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, including an Inpatient Psychiatric Unit. For behavioral health, some teens may continue to be seen beyond age 18 if they need services by someone who understands young people. This small Seattle Children's Hospital location is located within the Overlake Medical Tower, not to be mixed up with the larger Seattle Children's Bellevue Clinic and Surgery Center across the street.


Seattle Children's at Overlake

1135 116th Ave NE Suite 400 Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 454-4644

http://www.seattlechildrens.org/contact/overlake/

This location provides Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, including an Inpatient Psychiatric Unit. For behavioral health, some teens may continue to be seen beyond age 18 if they need services by someone who understands young people. This small Seattle Children's Hospital location is located within the Overlake Medical Tower, not to be mixed up with the larger Seattle Children's Bellevue Clinic and Surgery Center across the street.


Dr. Gary A Stobbe, MD

4909 25th Ave NE Seattle, WA, 98105

Phone: (206) 987-8080

http://www.seattlechildrens.org/medical-staff/Gary-A-Stobbe/

Dr Stobbe provides psychiatric care (medication management) and behavioral health services (counseling) for children up to 18 years of age at this location. There must be a diagnosis of Autism in order to be seen here. Areas of specialty include: autism spectrum disorders, traumatic brain injury, multiple sclerosis, adolescent to adulthood transition in autism; cognitive fatigue in traumatic brain injury; cognitive dysfunction in multiple sclerosis. Dr. Stobbe is highly recommended.


Seattle Children's Home

2142 10th Avenue West Seattle, WA, 98119

Phone: (206) 283-3300

http://www.seattlechildrenshome.org/

Seattle Children's Home provides counseling, therapeutic, psychiatric and developmental services to children and their families, addressing emotional and behavioral health needs of Washington state's most seriously emotionally disturbed children. The five programs, which one would access depending upon the level of the child's needs, include: Outpatient Mental Health Counseling and Therapy, Behavior Support Team (BeST---8-12 weeks of in-home support and collaboration with community organizations including schools for DDD clients ages 3 ? 17 who reside in King County), Home Program for Extended Support (HoPES--similar to BeST, this is for DDD clients ages 3 to 21 but is not time limited), Children?s Justice System Mental Health Liaisons (for those in King County Juvenile Court with mental health needs), and McGraw Residential Treatment Program (providing 24 hour nursing and psychiatric services for ages 11 through 18).


Sound Mental Health Northgate

1600 E Olive Street Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 302-2900

http://www.smh.org/

Mental health services including medication management for children and adults. Individuals start counseling first (2 week wait for first appointment) before a psychiatrist can be seen. It takes 6-8 weeks of counseling before the psychiatrist can be seen and one must continue in counseling to continue to receive med management. There is no one on staff who is knowledgeable in TBI.


Seattle Psychoanalytic Society and Institute Referral Service

4020 E Madison St Suite 230 Seattle, WA, 98112

Phone: (206) 328-5315

http://www.spsi.org/CommunityPrograms/ReferralService.aspx

PRS has been providing referral for psychoanalysis and psychotherapy to adults, adolescents, and children in the Northwest for 40 years. The professionals associated with PRS are fully trained and licensed mental health professionals from all the major mental health disciplines (psychiatry, psychology, social work, and nursing) who have completed, or are pursuing, advanced specialized training in psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy at SPSI. The person in need of therapy or medication management makes a call to Victoria, who contacts the Referral Service. You will receive a call back after which a phone intake will be done and you will be connected with the member therapist who best meets your needs. They cover Seattle, the East Side and somewhat north. The members are all well qualified to provide therapy and some provide medication management. Some have experience working with individuals with TBI.


Eagle's Wing Counseling Center

700 Callahan Bremerton, WA, 98310

Phone: (360) 377-0106 , ext. 2

http://www.stpaulsbremerton.org/EaglesWing.htm

Eagle's Wing Counseling Center offers professional counseling to those who are uninsured or underinsured and cannot afford private counseling. EWCC is staffed by licensed mental health professionals who are volunteering their time. Clients are asked and encouraged to volunteer an hour or 2 a week to some community service of their choice, if they are able. Please note that no one with a history of violence against others can be served at this location. These professionals have received training on TBI by us. Eagle's Wing Counseling Center is located at St. Paul's Episcopal church in Bremerton. St. Paul's generously donates office space for the center but counselors are not affiliated with the church and counseling services are not faith-based.


Lina Fine, MD

1550 N 115th St Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 386-4744

http://www.swedish.org/physicians/lina-fine

Dr. Lina Fine is a sleep medicine specialist at Swedish Sleep Medicine and a neuro- psychiatrist at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute. She sees patients with all types of sleep problems and psychiatric conditions in the context of potential neurological illness. She does CBT for insomnia. She can also do medication management. She sees patients at Northwest Hospital as well.


Lina Fine, MD

550 17th Avenue James Tower, Level A-20 Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 386-4744

http://www.swedish.org/physicians/lina-fine

Dr. Lina Fine is a sleep medicine specialist at Swedish Sleep Medicine and a neuro- psychiatrist at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute. She sees patients with all types of sleep problems and psychiatric conditions in the context of potential neurological illness. She does CBT for insomnia. She can also do medication management. She sees patients at Northwest Hospital as well.


Lina Fine, MD

550 17th Avenue James Tower, Level A-20 Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 386-4744

http://www.swedish.org/physicians/lina-fine

Dr. Lina Fine is a sleep medicine specialist at Swedish Sleep Medicine and a neuro- psychiatrist at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute. She sees patients with all types of sleep problems and psychiatric conditions in the context of potential neurological illness. She does CBT for insomnia. She can also do medication management.


Southwest WashingtonMedical Center Behavioral Health

3400 Main Street Vancouver, WA

Phone: (360) 696-5300

http://www.swmedicalcenter.org/behavioral

PeaceHealth Southwest's Behavioral Health Services provides for many mental health needs in a variety of settings: inpatient care, day hospital, consultation services, help in the workplace, and spiritual care services for all faiths. The goal of PeaceHealth Southwest's Behavioral Health Services is to help the client return to a productive lifestyle as quickly as possible.


Telecare Corporation- Clark County Evaluation and Treatment

1601 East 4th Plain Boulevard Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 397-8474

http://www.telecarecorp.com/programs/117

Telecare Recovery Partnership is a resource for individuals who are experiencing an acute mental health crisis and would otherwise meet hospital admission criteria and who pose an actual or imminent danger to self, others, or property due to a mental illness. The goal of the program is to assist people in stabilizing their acute symptoms ? and support their recovery, so that they may transition back to the community or less-restrictive settings. 16-bed secure facility includes a full staff of registered nurses, clinicians, peer specialists, and social workers on call 24 hours a day to provide wrap-around support.


Telecare Corporation- North Sound Evaluation and Treatment

7825 North Sound Drive Sedro-Woolley, WA, 98284

Phone: (360) 854-7400

http://www.telecarecorp.com/programs/174

Telecare Recovery Partnership is a resource for individuals who are experiencing an acute mental health crisis and would otherwise meet hospital admission criteria and who pose an actual or imminent danger to self, others, or property due to a mental illness. The goal of the program is to assist people in stabilizing their acute symptoms ? and support their recovery, so that they may transition back to the community or less-restrictive settings. 16-bed secure facility includes a full staff of registered nurses, clinicians, peer specialists, and social workers on call 24 hours a day to provide wrap-around support.


Telecare Pierce County Recovery Partnership

9601 Steilacoom Boulevard SW, Bldg. 27 Lakewood, WA, 98498

Phone: (253) 589-5334

http://www.telecarecorp.com/telecare-pierce-county-et

Telecare Recovery Partnership is a resource for individuals who are experiencing an acute mental health crisis and would otherwise meet hospital admission criteria and who pose an actual or imminent danger to self, others, or property due to a mental illness. The goal of the program is to assist people in stabilizing their acute symptoms ? and support their recovery, so that they may transition back to the community or less-restrictive settings. The program is a locked, 16-bed facility that serves individuals in Pierce County, age 18 and over. The length of stay is between 5 to 17 days.


Therapy Solutions

1455 Columbia Park Trail Suite 102 Richland, WA, 99352

Phone: (509) 396-3707

http://www.therapy-solutions.us

TherapySolutions blends medical training in the areas of Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Counseling and Massage Therapy with a holistic treatment approach to offer a more complete healing environment. They strive to help each individual take control of their personal healing process


Shepherd's Center for Psychological Services

5775 Soundview Dr Suite C-201 Gig Harbor, WA, 98335

Phone: (253) 858-2224

http://www.theshepherdscenter.com

The Shepherd`s Center for Psychological Services provides many types of experienced counseling and testing for families and individuals throughout the Puget Sound area. We are prepared as a Christian group of highly skilled and caring mental health therapists to assist you in any way possible.


Valley Cities

2704 "I" St. NE Auburn, WA, 98002

Phone: (253) 939-4055

http://www.valleycities.org/

Valley Cities offeres chemical dependency treatment, mental health treatment, housing services, domestic violence treatment. There are five different locations in the King County area.


Wallingford House Clubhouse

4122 Stone Way North Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 545-8643

http://www.wallingfordhouse.org

Wallingford House is a non-profit, clubhouse-model psychosocial rehabilitation program where adults with persistent and severe mental illness build on their strengths and abilities to recover and integrate themselves into the work force and the community. Members accepted through referral process only.


Washington State Psychological Association

Seattle, WA

Phone: (206) 545-3994

http://www.wapsych.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=2

This website provides the option of conducting an online search for a psychologist. One could also call the phone number for a referral. Although WSPA cannot make any guarantee regarding the effectiveness of therapy, every psychologist referred to you by WSPA will be a highly trained professional with a doctoral degree from an accredited institution and licensed by the State of Washington. A client reported that these people referred her to 211 as they have no one in Bellingham.


Wellspring Family Services Downtown Seattle Counseling Branch

1191 Second Avenue #680 Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 524-9055

http://www.wellspringfs.org/get_help/counseling/index.php

There are often times when life seems overwhelming or when your daily activities are impaired by a particular problem or circumstance. In many cases, the best way to find solutions is with professional counseling. Wellspring Family Services can help you find a path toward resolution and relief with counseling and in-depth psychotherapy services for adults, couples, children, and families. Our therapists are registered and licensed counselors and adhere to strict professional guidelines including client confidentiality.


Wellspring Family Services Bellevue Counseling Branch

11911 NE 1st Street #206 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 453-7890

http://www.wellspringfs.org/get_help/counseling/index.php

There are often times when life seems overwhelming or when your daily activities are impaired by a particular problem or circumstance. In many cases, the best way to find solutions is with professional counseling. Wellspring Family Services can help you find a path toward resolution and relief with counseling and in-depth psychotherapy services for adults, couples, children, and families. Our therapists are registered and licensed counselors and adhere to strict professional guidelines including client confidentiality.


Wellspring Family Services Redmond Counseling Branch

16150 NE 85th Street #222A Redmond, WA, 98052

Phone: (425) 869-6687

http://www.wellspringfs.org/get_help/counseling/index.php

There are often times when life seems overwhelming or when your daily activities are impaired by a particular problem or circumstance. In many cases, the best way to find solutions is with professional counseling. Wellspring Family Services can help you find a path toward resolution and relief with counseling and in-depth psychotherapy services for adults, couples, children, and families. Our therapists are registered and licensed counselors and adhere to strict professional guidelines including client confidentiality.


Wellspring Family Services Domestic Violence

1900 Rainier Avenue South Seattle, WA, 98144

Phone: (206) 826-3044

http://www.wellspringfs.org/get_help/counseling/index.php

As a state-certified program, we are the right answer for those required by the courts to complete a domestic violence course. Our programs are also ideal for someone looking to voluntarily change their behavior and improve their relationships. We offer weekly groups in Seattle and Bellevue at a variety of times to best fit your schedule. Program fees are determined on a sliding scale.. Our therapists are registered and licensed counselors and adhere to strict professional guidelines including client confidentiality.


Wellspring Family Services West Seattle Counseling Branch

6516 35th Avenue SW Seattle, WA, 98126

Phone: (206) 524-9055

http://www.wellspringfs.org/get_help/counseling/index.php

There are often times when life seems overwhelming or when your daily activities are impaired by a particular problem or circumstance. In many cases, the best way to find solutions is with professional counseling. Wellspring Family Services can help you find a path toward resolution and relief with counseling and in-depth psychotherapy services for adults, couples, children, and families. Our therapists are registered and licensed counselors and adhere to strict professional guidelines including client confidentiality.


Canyon Park Treatment Solutions

22026 20TH Ave. SE Suite 101 Bothell, WA, 98021

http://www.westernwashingtonctc.com/location/bothell/

Canyon Park Treatment Solutions is a Comprehensive Treatment Center that provides all-inclusive treatment to individuals, aged 18 and older, who are struggling with an addiction to opioids.


Whatcom County Mental Health Program

Human Services Division Whatcom County Health Department 509 Girard Street Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 778-6000

http://www.whatcomcounty.us/668/Behavioral-Mental-Health

Provides mental health referrals Whatcom County Mental Health Program ( administrative office with no direct mental health services provided): ?Citizen advisory board oversees planning and county funded mental health programs and services for adults, children and elders ?County staff represent Whatcom County as one of the five member counties of the North Sound Mental Health Administration http://www.NSMHA.org ?Consumer advocacy ?Mental health quality assurance and improvement ?Coordination with other community behavioral health programs and services


Jon Berner, MD, PhD

18500 156th Ave NE Suite #100 Woodinville, WA, 98072

Phone: (425) 481-0429

http://www.woodinvillepsychiatric.com/

Jon Berner of Woodinville Psychiatric is a board certified Psychiatrist who treats brain disorders, broadly defined, in all age groups. He typically sees patients with difficult bipolar and psychotic illnesses, complex pain, addiction, and ?undiagnosed? neuropsychiatric syndromes. Perhaps one quarter of his practice consists of less complicated general psychiatry, anxiety and depression.


Providence St. Peter Chemical Dependency Center

4800 College Street SE Lacey, WA, 98503

Phone: (360) 456-7575

http://www2.providence.org/southwest-washington/facilities/providence-st-peter-hospital/providence-st-peter-chemical-dependency-center/Pages/default.aspx

Providence St. Peter Chemical Dependency Center has been a chemical dependency provider since 1986. We offer a complete continuum of treatment options to diagnose, treat, and provide ongoing recovery support. Clients come from all across the state for inpatient or residential treatment; outpatient treatment is provided in Thurston, Lewis, Mason, and Grays Harbor counties. Our medically supervised programs offer excellence in clinical counseling, comprehensive education, and a safe environment for recovery. Our programs are based on the principle that each person?s needs are unique, and must be addressed specifically. Our treatment model incorporates the nationally recognized American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) placement criteria, family involvement, and community-based recovery support groups. We provide services for adults, adolescents ages 13(since that is the age of consent) to 18, younger on a case by case basis, and serve families through weekend visits and education. In addition to intensive inpatient treatment, a new program provides residential treatment for adolescents,a lower level of care than intensive inpatient. Dual diagnosis adults and adolescents are also served as they are part of the mental health program, and they have worked with people with TBIs. This is not a locked down facility. There may be a waiting period for an open bed if on medical coupons. They will put you on a wait list.


Counseling Training Clinic Psychology Department WWU

516 High Street Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 650-3184

https://chss.wwu.edu/psychology

This is an opportunity in the community for FREE counseling through the Dept of Psychology at Western Washington Washington University which includes Individual Counseling as well as Child/Adolescent Counseling. They work with individuals and children on such things as relationship difficulties, grief, depression, anxiety, communication problems, behavioral concerns and vocational choices. Clinics are offered when school is in session January to June WWU campus. Mental Health Counseling programs also available.


RI International - Lakewood

9601 Steilacoom Blvd SW Building 27 Lakewood, WA, 98498

Phone: (253) 584-2300

https://riinternational.com/our-services/washington/

16-bed inpatient Evaluation and Treatment program, serving individuals with mental illness under 72-hour involuntary detention and/or 14-day commitment (court-ordered treatment). Participants are partnered with Peer Support Specialists, alternatives to traditional psycho-social treatment.


Carol Lentz, LMHC

20 Tacoma Ave N Suite B Tacoma, WA, 98403

Phone: (253) 759-3499

https://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/name/Carol+Lentz,+M.Ed.+Therapist_Tacoma_Washington_70775

Provides individual and family counseling. Comfortable with patients with TBI and their families. Works some Saturdays and has evening hours.


Codi James, PsyD

402 S. 333rd St. Federal Way, WA, 98003

Phone: (206) 512-8809

https://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/name/Codi_E_James_PsyD_Federal+Way_Washington_73911

Dr. Codi James is a mental health therapist.


Diane Sewell, PhD

2809 SW 171st Street Seattle, WA, 98166

Phone: (206) 399-5942

https://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/name/P_Diane_Sewell_PhD,PLLC,Hypnoth,EMDR,MNLP_Seattle_Washington_35182

Diane Sewell, PhD is a counselor dedicated to healing: mind, body and spirit. Within a compassionate, non-judgmental, safe space, she fosters healing and growth and teaches her clients new tools to better manage and create change in their lives. Diane mixes traditional counseling, coaching, hypnosis, DBT, EMDR, Neuro Linguistic Programming, Anodyne Coaching, and other therapies to assist and speed healing. She does work with people with brain injuries. Call her office before faxing her.


Tara Hollander, LICSW

6927 Lakewood Drive W Suite C-4 Tacoma, WA, 98467

Phone: (253) 336-8720

https://therapists.psychologytoday.com/rms/name/Tara_Hollander_MSW,ACSW,LICSW_Tacoma_Washington_123032

Tara is a licensed clinical social worker practicing for 40 years. Tara works with adults and families facing situations and traumas resulting in depression and anxiety. She has worked with children who struggle with divorce, other losses, learning problems including ADD, Autism, environmental deficits, gender issues, family conflict, and abuse. She uses approaches that include art, play therapy, and EMDR. Tara has worked with individuals with TBI over the years and is understanding to their unique struggles.


Western State Hospital

9601 Steilacoom Blvd S.W. Lakewood, WA, 98498

Phone: (253) 582-8900

https://www.dshs.wa.gov/bha/division-state-hospitals/western-state-hospital-patient-care-centers

WSH is the primary mental health hospital in Western Washington. Currently, WSH offers mental ?health stabilization, psycho-social rehabilitation, psychotropic medications, behavioral psychotherapy, family education, vocational and legal assistance, collaboration with outpatient mental health services, 24-hour physician and RN, occupational, recreational and speech therapies. Some patients are voluntary, some are involuntary (see Optum Health) which is usually in collaboration with the county RSN (Regional Support Network); Optum Health. WSH can provide services to those in the community who needs stabilizing from mental health challenges and can follow that patient through their release and into a safe environment. Prior to admitting to Western State, call the main number and they will direct you


Evergreen Health Family Caregiver Counseling

Kirkland, WA, 98034

Phone: (425) 899-6300

https://www.evergreenhealth.com/family-caregiver-counseling

Family Caregiver Counseling Service is a specialized outreach therapy service available to unpaid primary caregivers in King County. See website for eligibility requirements. Services include: In-home individual and/or family counseling consisting of six sessions and Referral to community services, including support groups and respite care.


Evergreen In-Home Mental Health

11800 NE 128th Street 2nd Floor Kirkland, WA, 98034

Phone: (425) 899-6300

https://www.evergreenhealth.com/for_patients/medical_services/home_care/behavioral_health_services

Evergreen provides mental health services to homebound adults, including those who live in their own homes, adult family homes, assisted living facilities and nursing homes. Services include: Assessment and diagnosis, Medication recommendations, Individual therapy, Medical evaluation and medical management by nurses and nurse practitioners, Social work services to help access community resources, Coordination of mental health treatment with other medical care, Transition to outpatient mental health services and Telephone crisis service 24-hours a day


Nystrom & Associates

2150 107th St. Ste 220 Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 467-5027

https://www.nystromcounseling.com/our-locations/washington/northgate-clinic/

This provider of individual and group family and child therapy specializes in improving communication and providing compensatory strategies for traumatic brain injury survivors. A variety of techniques are drawn upon including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Positive Behavior Supports, cueing and structuring of environment. A plan is developed based on an assessment of the individual's age, type of injury, needs, what works for them and what supports are available, with a focus on aiding overall family communication and improving relationships. Also available: in-home and school based therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Adult Day Treatment, psychological evaluations, psychiatry and medication management, nutritional counseling, chemical dependency and sex addiction treatment services. Fluent in American Sign Language.


Nystrom & Associates

2150 107th St. Ste 220 Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 467-5027

https://www.nystromcounseling.com/our-locations/washington/northgate-clinic/

This provider of individual and group family and child therapy specializes in improving communication and providing compensatory strategies for traumatic brain injury survivors. A variety of techniques are drawn upon including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Positive Behavior Supports, cueing and structuring of environment. A plan is developed based on an assessment of the individual's age, type of injury, needs, what works for them and what supports are available, with a focus on aiding overall family communication and improving relationships. Also available: in-home and school based therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Adult Day Treatment, psychological evaluations, psychiatry and medication management, nutritional counseling, chemical dependency and sex addiction treatment services. Fluent in American Sign Language.


Crisis Clinic Pierce County

3315 South 23rd St. Suite 310 Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (800) 576-7764

https://www.optumhealthpiercersn.com

Crisis counseling, resources for services, non-crisis couseling, 24hr community MHP available for in-home intervention. They work closely with mental health providers in Pierce County to make useful services easily available to Pierce consumers and families.


Phoenix Recovery Services, LLC

1601 E College Way Mount Vernon, WA, 98273

Phone: (360) 848-8437

pheonixrecoveryservicesllc.com

Phoenix Recovery specializes in helping individuals recover from addictions. They help those who are addicted to things like suoxone and vivitrol.


Reviving Health

2118 E Olive Street Seattle, WA, 98122

Phone: (206) 403-3588

revivinghealth.com

Nutritional Therapy Support for Mental Health and Addiction Wellness Coaching


Roz Ando

2319 N. 45th St., Ste. 309 Seattle, WA, 98103

Phone: (206) 319-5220

rozandocounseling.com

Roz is a mental health therapist who enjoys working with people and especially families who are struggling with any type of "special needs" challenge. On Wednesdays Roz works from her Bellevue office.


Therapeutic Health Services Bellevue

1412 140th Place N.E Bellevue, WA, 98007

Phone: (425) 747-7892

ths-wa.org

Therapeutic Health Services is a chemical dependency and mental health treatment agency located in Seattle, Washington. It operates on the belief that chemical dependency and mental illness are chronic, progressive diseases that respond to appropriate intervention, treatment and prevention.Therapeutic Health Services offers a complete range of supplemental services, including language and cultural expertise, family and community support, and vocational services.


Therapeutic Health Services Seattle

5802 Rainier Ave. S. Seattle, WA, 98118

Phone: (206) 723-1980

ths-wa.org

Therapeutic Health Services is a mental health treatment agency located in Seattle, Washington. It operates on the belief that mental illness is a chronic, progressive disease that responds to appropriate intervention, treatment and prevention.Therapeutic Health Services offers a complete range of supplemental services, including language and cultural expertise, family and community support, and vocational services.


Washington State Psychological Services

19217 36th Ave W Ste 215 Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (425) 387-6962

washingtonstatepsychologicalservices.com

Providing a range of neuropsychological, psychological, and psychoeducational services to patients and their families. Services include neuropsychological assessment and psychotherapy.


Salvation Army Clark County Counseling

7509 NE 47th Avenue Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 448-2890

www.SalvationArmyVancouver.org

This is nonprofessional peer counseling done by staff on a case-by-case short-term basis. It is essential to note that at no time may participation in denominational activities be required as a condition for receiving needed services. All service given in the name of Jesus for meeting human needs and caring for hurting persons is in and of itself valued and is a spiritual ministry. All requests are reviewed as funding and material goods are available.


Center A Place of Hope

547 Dayton Street Edmonds, Washington, 98020

Phone: (425) 771-5166

www.aplaceofhope.com

A place of Hope are child specialists who provide evaluation and treatment for children who have been sexually, emotionally, and/or physically abused. Specialists also work with the parents of abused children. Program works in conjunction with Crime Victims' Assistance and CPS as well as DSHS. .


Behavioral Health Resources

3857 Martin Way E Olympia, WA, 98506

Phone: (360) 704-7170

www.bhr.org

Behavioral Health Psychiatric Services Suicide Mental Illness Must live in the county in which you receive services.


Binnacle Psychiatry & TMS

10526 NE 68th St Suite 101 Kirkland, WA, 98033

Phone: (425) 947-1303

www.binnaclepsychiatry.com

Located in Downtown Kirkland, Binnacle Therapy offers a range of mental health services including therapy, medication management, and addiction treatment. Their experienced team provides caring and personalized attention to every patient. Dr. Becky Bay special interests are in helping patients thrive thru life transitions, treatment of PTSD, depression, treatment resistant depression, bipolar disorder, psychosis, and addictions.


Bluestone Psychological Services

7522 221st PL SW Edmond, WA, 98026

Phone: (425) 775-4059

www.bluestoneps.com/

Bluestone serves, adults, couples, children and families. Offering a variety of therapeutic approaches to address: depression, trauma, grief & loss, life transitions, and more. Randie Clark received her MA in Psychology from Antioch University Seattle in 2002. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) with the State of Washington, with 13 years? experience working in partnership with adults and couples, as well as facilitating traumatic loss grief support groups. Randie has served as an on-call mental health crisis and trauma intervention specialist as well as facilitated workshops for first responders, individuals and community organizations in mental health crisis intervention, traumatic loss & grief, and emotional first aide crisis response.


Bridgeways

5801 23rd Drive W, #104 Everett, Washington, 98203

Phone: (425) 513-8213

www.bridgeways.org

Bridgeways supports adults living with severe and persistent mental illness so they can thrive in their communities and build connections with other service providers, friends and family. They also offer help with housing and career opportunities


Children's Home Society

2323 N Discovery Place Spokane, WA, 99216

Phone: (509) 747-4174

www.chs-wa.org

Childrens Home Society provides child and family counseling, Early learning and family support. There are no age limitations. Diagnosis include, but are not limited to Depression and anxiety disorders, PTSD, Bi-Polar Disorder, ADD,


CRC Health Group Renton Clinic

2838 N. E. Sunset Blvd Renton, WA, 98056

www.crchealth.com

This organization provides medication assisted treatment to those struggling with opioid addictions. Their programs are geared towards individuals aged 18 and older who are battling an addiction to heroin, morphine, or prescription painkillers. This organization provides all-inclusive individualized treatment to each patient that comes to us. By utilizing safe and effective medications in the treatment along with therapeutic interventions, patients are given the highest quality of care. Web address: www.westernwashingtonctc.com Also open Saturday 5:30am-9:00am Closed Sunday


CRC Health Group Tacoma Clinic

9500 Front Street Suite 100 Lakewood, WA, 98499

Phone: (253) 584-3996

www.crchealth.com

CRC Health Group's three Washington State clinics provide medically supervised methadone maintenance and Suboxone (buprenorphine) detox treatment to individuals who are attempting to overcome an addiction to or dependence upon heroin or other opioids. To be eligible for this type of treatment at the TacomaClinic, prospective patients much be at least 18 years old, and must have been addicted to or dependent upon opiates for a minimum of one year prior to seeking treatment.


Crossroads Treatment Center Lakewood

10828 Gravelly Lake Dr. SW #214 Tacoma, WA, 98499

Phone: (253) 473-7474

www.crossroadstreatment.org/

Confidential Drug Alcohol Assessment, Domestic Violence Assessment, Referral Assessment , Alcohol Drug Information, School Group Individual Counseling, Attorney, Services, Employee Assistance Program,


Consumer Voices Are Born, Inc (CVAB)

1601 E Fourth Plain Blvd Bldg 17, Suite A114 Vancouver, WA, 98668

Phone: (360) 397-8050

www.cvabonline.com

Consumer Voices Are Born (CVAB) recognizes each person?s unlimited potential and encourages self-determination through respect, support, meaningful choices and understanding. People come to CVAB to build confidence, self-esteem, self-worth and be proactive in their mental health recovery and personal wellness. The heart of our agency is peer to peer support and we provide it through regularly scheduled activities and readily accessible peer support. CVAB is a complement to the mental health and crisis system and the services are offered free of pressure, hassles and time limits; it is also free of charge. CVAB is building a better community by providing support and advocacy for individual mental health recovery and promoting personal wellness. CVAB is committed to enhancing personal self-determination and is the community resource for wellness and recovery through a mental health Self-Help Recovery Center, Warm Line and Clubhouse Employment program. CVAB is a nonprofit organization in Vancouver, WA directed, managed, staffed and supported through the collaborative efforts of individuals identifying as having participated in mental health services and those who have not. We hope you discover CVAB to be a community of hope. Meeting Your Expectations CVAB operates a safe and sober mental health Self-Help Recovery Center. The Recovery Center is open to anyone wanting to experience a recovery-based supportive community. You will be warmly welcomed as you enter into our safe environment and you can depend on a secure familiarity each time you return. When entering the Recovery Center, you will be warmly greeted by our volunteers and staff; and for your first visit you experience about a 20 minute orientation to help us get to know one another better. You will find that we offer self-help classes, recovery groups, a variety of trainings, access to computers, volunteer opportunities, social activities and much more. Though familiar, there is a diversity of people and activity each time you come back so it doesn?t get old. Each day offers a new day to explore your life and continue your journey towards being the person you want to be. We think the best way to discover what CVAB is really like and can be for you is to spend time with us. Check out our calendar for the schedule or better yet, stop by to get started.


Bruce Tapper, Ph.D.

218A Lane de Chantel Port Townsend, WA, 98368

Phone: (360) 379-3500

www.drtapper.com

Individual and family counseling for depression - anxiety, panic disorder, work stress, PTSD, relationship, adolescent and school problems, Veterans and Seniors.Developing links regarding coverage by various insurance companies and agencies. Neuropsychological testing


Partners In Well-Being, Inc.

281-A Lane DeChantal Port Townsend, Washington, 98368

Phone: (360) 379-3500

www.drtapper.com

Partners In Well-Being, Inc. provides Psychiatric Medication Evaluations, Medication Management, and Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy for all disorders.


Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle

1200 5th Avenue Suite 800 Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 374-0109

www.ebtseattle.com/

Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle (EBTCS) comprise a group of psychologists and psychiatrists whose mission is to provide compassionate, scientifically valid treatments to alleviate problems and promote the capacity for sustained happiness in the lives of those we serve. We are dedicated to embodying the scientist practitioner model, including providing excellent care, monitoring client outcomes, remaining abreast of developments in the field, and training others, within a culture of collaboration and support. Programs and Services: Anxiety & Stress Reduction Center of Seattle (ASRC) Child & Adolescent Treatment Center of Seattle (CATS) Dialectical Behavior Therapy Center of Seattle (DBTCS) Eating & Weight Disorders Center of Seattle (EWDC) - NEW! Psychiatry Center of Seattle (PCS) General EBTCS Services Post Doctoral Fellowship Program Consultation & Practice Management There are some therapists who have worked with brain injury in this office but they are not specialists in this area.


Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle

1200 5th Avenue Suite 800 Seattle, WA, 98101

Phone: (206) 374-0109

www.ebtseattle.com/

Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle (EBTCS) comprise a group of psychologists and psychiatrists whose mission is to provide compassionate, scientifically valid treatments to alleviate problems and promote the capacity for sustained happiness in the lives of those we serve. We are dedicated to embodying the scientist practitioner model, including providing excellent care, monitoring client outcomes, remaining abreast of developments in the field, and training others, within a culture of collaboration and support. Programs and Services: Anxiety & Stress Reduction Center of Seattle (ASRC) Child & Adolescent Treatment Center of Seattle (CATS) Dialectical Behavior Therapy Center of Seattle (DBTCS) Eating & Weight Disorders Center of Seattle (EWDC) - NEW! Psychiatry Center of Seattle (PCS) General EBTCS Services Post Doctoral Fellowship Program Consultation & Practice Management There are some therapists who have worked with brain injury in this office but they are not specialists in this area.


Emily Fell, LICSW

704 Warren Ave N Seattle, WA, 98109

Phone: (734) 926-9203

www.emilyfell.com

Emily Fell, LICSW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a specialty in Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy through the Seattle Psychoanalytic Society and Institute. She has worked in the mental health field for eight years and have extensive work experience in Community Mental Health. She worked for Sound Mental Health providing individual therapy, case management and crisis management services to adults. She is committed to professional development and continuing education.


Evergreen Park Professionals

127 E Intercity Ave, Suite A Everett, WA, 98208

Phone: (425) 347-7275

www.evergreenparkprofessionals.com

Provides conjoint and individual counseling for adiults in the following areas: bereavement; divorce; adult incest survivor; marriage; adult sexual assault and sexual preference. Does not treat children 14 and under.


Group Health Behavioral Health

4301 S. Pine Suite 301 Tacoma, WA, 98409

Phone: (253) 476-6500

www.ghc.org

Group Health's Behavioral Health Services provides the following types of behavioral health care: ?Assessment and evaluation ?Individual and group psychotherapy ?Substance abuse (chemical dependency) counseling ?Medication evaluation and management ?Psychological testing Service levels include: ?Outpatient treatment (in a clinic setting) ?Partial and full hospitalization (inpatient care) ?Detoxification (outpatient and inpatient)


Gig Harbor FISH Food Bank

4425 Burnham Drive, Gig Harbor, WA, 98335

Phone: (253) 858-6179

www.ghpfish.com

The Gig Harbor FISH food bank provides emergency food for four days; good usable clothing with an emphasis on children's sizes; financial assistance for electricity bills, rent, water, prescriptions and other emergency needs, counseling, and transportation for urgent trips to a doctor, hospital, clinic or for chemotherapy or radiation. Monday - 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday - Closed Wednesday - 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Thursday - 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Friday - 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday - Closed Holidays - Closed


Greater Lakes Mental Health Center

9330 59th Ave Lakewood, WA, 98499

Phone: (253) 581-7020

www.glmhc.org

Greater Lakes Therapy Services provides counseling services that help individuals overcome barriers in their lives which may be interfering with their well being and happiness. They also provide in-school behavioral services in varied counties.


Healthy Thoughts Counseling Consultation

3305 Main St Suite 008 Vancouver, WA, 98663

Phone: (360) 834-3130

www.healthythoughtscounseling.com

Healthy Thoughts Counseling Consultation specializes in working with individuals and families struggling to overcome behavioral and cogitative distortions related to brain injury. Their office provides individual, couples, and family therapy.


Hero House

14230 NE 21st Street Bellevue, Washington, 98007

Phone: (425) 614-1282

www.herohouse.org

Hero house provides educational, vocational, and social opportunities to its members ? adults recovering from mental illness. HERO House is an ICCD Clubhouse. A Clubhouse is first and foremost a local community center that offers people who have mental illness hope and opportunities to achieve their full potential. Much more than simply a program or a social service, a Clubhouse is most importantly a community of people who are working together to achieve a common goal.


Barry Moss, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist

5108 196th St Sw, #102 Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (425) 778-4174

www.home.ix.netcom.com/~drbfmoss/

Psychotherapist. Has training in and has worked with TBI clients.


Jeremiah Center

8330 212th Street SW EDMONDS, WA, 98026

Phone: (425) 954-5347

www.jeremiahcenter.org

Staff: Jeff Bronstein, Executive Director Christina Greenlee, MSW, LICSW Rhoda Schallater, LMHC Serves Youth generally ages 13 -23years. Services include: Activity & Support groups -Kazba Art Club -Chill & Spill Discussion Group -GLBT Story Group -Suicide Prevention Group -Kazba Cooks Counseling Services&works closely with schools Tutoring Cooking Classes Life Skills-based Programs


Lakeside-Milam Recovery Center Tacoma

3315 S. 23rd Street Ste 102 Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 272-2242

www.lakesidemilam.com

Lakeside-Milam Recovery Center offers intervention service, residential inpatient program, outpatient program, family program, employer support service, medical support service and legal support service.


Lakeside-Milam Recovery Center Puyallup

405 W Sterwart Ave Ste. A Puyallup, WA, 98371

Phone: (253) 840-8687

www.lakesidemilam.com

Lakeside-Milam Recovery Center offers intervention service, residential inpatient program, outpatient program, family program, employer support service, medical support service and legal support service.


Lifeline Connections

1601 East Fourth Plain Blvd. Building 17, Ste. A212 Vancouver, WA, 98661

Phone: (360) 397-8246

www.lifelineconnections.org

Lifeline Connections is a chemical dependency treatment facility. They provide psychiatric and case management services as well as inpatient detox program. Services are for adults and adolescents and include medication management.


Lisa Weinberg, MA, LMHC

600 First Ave Suite 306 Seattle, WA, 98104

Phone: (206) 898-0515

www.lisaweinberg.net

Lisa Weinberg, MA, LMHC is a psychotherapist. Using a mindfulness-based approach, she works with people who are feeling stuck, overwhelmed, or at a crossroads ? whether due to depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, loss and grief, eating concerns, health issues, or career and life transitions ? to find their way to a greater sense of possibilities, freedom and ease.


Leslie Fleming, MA, LMHCA

5108 196th Street SW, #345 Lynnwood, WA, 98036

Phone: (206) 949-9391

www.medicinedancecounseling.com

Leslie is a psychotherapist who has experienced TBI herself and treat A/TBI affected individuals as part of her practice. Leslie also has an office in Renton she works from part-time. She is in the Lynnwood office on Mondays and the Renton office on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


Mindful, Inc

300 East 37th Street Vancouver, WA, 98663

Phone: (360) 567-4595

www.mindfulinc.net

This service offers therapy, counseling, and supportive services for adults. A specialty in older adults, caregiver support, dementia and behavioral management.


MOSAIC Children?s Therapy Clinic-Bellevue

13010 NE 20th Street Suite 300 Bellevue, WA, 98005

Phone: (425) 644-6328

www.mosaicrehab.com/bellevue

MOSAIC Children's Therapy Clinic specializes in evidence-based, cutting-edge physical, occupational and speech-language therapy, including feeding and nutrition. Through a partnership with Blueprints, they offer mental health counseling for children and families, in-home behavioral consultation services emphasizing the pursuit of positive goals and environmental modifications, school consultation and support, installation of pre-academic, social, and self-help skills for young children, and social skills groups.


MOSAIC Eastside Children?s Therapy-Issaquah

1495 NW Gilman Boulevard Suite 4 Issaquah, WA, 98027

Phone: (425) 392-2346

www.mosaicrehab.com/issaquah

MOSAIC Children's Therapy Clinic specializes in evidence-based, cutting-edge physical, occupational and speech-language therapy, including feeding. Through a partnership with Blueprints, they offer mental health counseling for children and families, in-home behavioral consultation services emphasizing the pursuit of positive goals and environmental modifications, school consultation and support, installation of pre-academic, social, and self-help skills for young children, and social skills groups.


MOSAIC Children?s Therapy Clinic-Seattle

2111 N Northgate Way Suite 101 Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 388-3751

www.mosaicrehab.com/seattle

MOSAIC Children's Therapy Clinic specializes in evidence-based, cutting-edge physical, occupational and speech-language therapy, including feeding. Through a partnership with Blueprints, they offer mental health counseling for children and families, in-home behavioral consultation services emphasizing the pursuit of positive goals and environmental modifications, school consultation and support, installation of pre-academic, social, and self-help skills for young children, and social skills groups.


Nystrom & Associates

301 116th Ave SE, Suite 105 Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 454-1919

www.nystromcounseling.com

This provider of individual and group family and child therapy specializes in improving communication and providing compensatory strategies for traumatic brain injury survivors. A variety of techniques are drawn upon including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Positive Behavior Supports, cueing and structuring of environment. A plan is developed based on an assessment of the individual's age, type of injury, needs, what works for them and what supports are available, with a focus on aiding overall family communication and improving relationships. Also available: in-home and school based therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Adult Day Treatment, psychological evaluations, psychiatry and medication management, nutritional counseling, chemical dependency and sex addiction treatment services. Fluent in American Sign Language.


Nystrom & Associates

301 116th Ave SE, Suite 105 Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 454-1919

www.nystromcounseling.com

This provider of individual and group family and child therapy specializes in improving communication and providing compensatory strategies for traumatic brain injury survivors. A variety of techniques are drawn upon including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Positive Behavior Supports, cueing and structuring of environment. A plan is developed based on an assessment of the individual's age, type of injury, needs, what works for them and what supports are available, with a focus on aiding overall family communication and improving relationships. Also available: in-home and school based therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Adult Day Treatment, psychological evaluations, psychiatry and medication management, nutritional counseling, chemical dependency and sex addiction treatment services. Fluent in American Sign Language.


Nystrom & Associates

301 116th Ave SE, Suite 105 Bellevue, WA, 98004

Phone: (425) 454-1919

www.nystromcounseling.com

This provider of individual and group family and child therapy specializes in improving communication and providing compensatory strategies for traumatic brain injury survivors. A variety of techniques are drawn upon including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Positive Behavior Supports, cueing and structuring of environment. A plan is developed based on an assessment of the individual's age, type of injury, needs, what works for them and what supports are available, with a focus on aiding overall family communication and improving relationships. Also available: in-home and school based therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Adult Day Treatment, psychological evaluations, psychiatry and medication management, nutritional counseling, chemical dependency and sex addiction treatment services. Fluent in American Sign Language.


OptumHealth

3315 S. 23rd St. Suite 310 Tacoma, WA, 98405

Phone: (253) 292-4200

www.optumhealthpiercersn.com

Brief intervention treatment, Crisis service, day support, family treatment, freestanding evaluation and treatment services, individual treatment services, high intensive treatment, wrap around services, group therapy, psychological assessments, rehabilitation case management, respite care, supported employment, stabilization services for children and adults, mental health residential services, special population evaluation, hearing and/or language interpretation services. Crisis triage, mobile outreach crisis team, recovery and resiliency unit, ombudsman services. Crises Line 877-780-5222


Pacific Center for Neurostimulation

10740 Meridian AVE N Suite 205 Seattle, WA, 98133

Phone: (206) 535-6292

www.pacificCNS.com

Pacific Center for Neurostimulation is a private outpatient clinic in North Seattle that specializes in TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) treatment for depression. TMS is a clinically-proven, office-based treatment that is non-invasive and has no long-term side effects.


Rainier Associates

5909 Orchard West Tacoma, WA, 98467

Phone: (253) 475-6021

www.rainierassociates.com

Rainier Associates is an outpatient mental health clinic located in Tacoma, Washington. Their clinical staff is multidisciplinary and includes psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and mental health counselors.


Sandbox Child and Family Counseling

115 S. 2ND ST. SUITE A Selah, WA, 98942

Phone: (509) 428-2162

www.sandboxcounseling.com

Focus on therapies that are effective because they are grounding for both children and adults. These include sand tray therapy, play therapy, person-centered, humanistic, solution-focused and cognitive therapy. I will work with you to determine how best to help you to reach your mental wellness goals. I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW). For over 10 years I have helped individuals and families throughout the western United States to find balance again, working in both family private practice and local crisis work. Issues Behavioral Issues Bipolar Disorder Coping Skills Emotional Disturbance Family Conflict Grief Parenting Relationship Issues Suicidal Ideation Trauma and PTSD Mental Health Treatment Orientation Art Therapy Coaching Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Family / Marital Family Systems Humanistic Jungian Play Therapy Sand Play Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)


Sea Mar CHC Behavioral Health Center Bellingham

4455 Cordata Parkway Bellingham, Washington, 98226

Phone: (360) 734-5458

www.seamar.org

The Bellingham site provides integrated care for clients in the milieu of a community health center. This includes comprehensive coordination of care within all disciplines: medical, dental, health education, maternity support services, and behavioral health services. Sea Mar Behavioral Health Center includes a chemical dependency program, a mental health program and a program for co-occurring disorders.


Tiller Care Strategies

2028 W Northwest Blvd Spokane, WA, 99205

Phone: (509) 327-7331

www.tillercare.com

Becky Tiller is a licensed mental health Counselor and Geriatric mental health specialist. She provides care management services, supportive therapy to adults, elders and their families. Her expertise covers many areas which includegrief, loss, behavioral management and crisis prevention and casemanagement


Tracy S. Reinhardt, Psy.D.

19987 1st Avenue South Suite 101 Normandy Park, WA, 98148

Phone: (206) 715-8640

www.tracyreinhardt.com

Private Practice Licensed Clinical Psychologist: Psychotherapy and Psychological Assessment for children, teens, and adults. Psychotherapy specialties include treatment of anxiety spectrum disorders, PTSD, transitional stages in life, depression, attachment difficulties, parenting, and relationship issues. I use a variety of therapeutic techniques including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Lifespan Integration, other mind-body techniques and interpersonal and cognitive-behavioral techniques. Psychological Assessment specialties include the following: Assessing for Developmental Delay, Learning disorders, ADHD, cognitive disorders, processing disorders, psychological and social difficulties, and neuropsychological disorder screening. I also conduct evaluations used to aid in determination of the need for disability services.


Washington Recovery Help Line

9725 3rd Avenue NE, Suite 300, Seattle, WA, 98115

www.waRecoveryHelpLine.org

This service offers 24-hour free and confidential support and help for substance abuse, problem gambling, and mental health. It also offers linkage to local treatment providers.


Washington Recovery Help Line Teens

9725 3rd Avenue NE, Suite 300 Seattle, WA, 98115

www.waRecoveryHelpLine.org

This service is for Teens, it offers information and links for Teens. It helps provide treatment providers information for parents and guardians. It also provides a chat online, www.866teenlink.org, Monday, Tuesday & Thursdays from 6-10pm.


Whatcom County Behavioral Health Access Program

509 Girard Street Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 778-6000

www.whatcomcounty.us

The Behavioral Health Program provides for many community programs and services to promote mental health and addiction-free living.


Youth Eastside Services

999 164th Ave NE Bellevue, WA, 98008

Phone: (425) 747-4937

www.youtheastsideservices.org

YES helps young people and their families deal with emotional issues, drug and alcohol abuse, sexual abuse, dating violence, gang activity and bullying. Their services include: Youth and family counseling Substance Abuse Prevention Violence Prevention


Western Washington University?s Counseling Training Clinic

Bellingham, WA, 98225

Phone: (360) 650-3184

Graduate students in Western Washington University?s Psychology Department will provide counseling, under faculty supervision, for individuals, including children, from January through June each year. This year counseling starts on January 21, 2014. Applications are being received starting January 3, 2014. Please contact Cindy Savage with your phone number and a confidential message. Services are free: Western?s Counseling Training Clinic has openings for individual counseling of adults, adolescents, and children. Appointments for individual counseling are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Counselors are trained to deal with a wide range of issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, vocational choices, grieving, communication problems, behavioral concerns, vocational choices, parent-child conflicts and childhood issues.