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  • Bethany Sutton, MA, LMFT

    Bethany

    Bethany Sutton is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who enjoys working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Bethany has experience treating anxiety, depression, grief/loss, and trauma. Bethany is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and uses a narrative and family systems lens to help clients identify and meet their goals for treatment. Bethany has a specific passion for working with foster and adoptive families and children, as well as LGBTQ+ individuals.

    She earned her Bachelors degree in Psychology from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN, and her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Counseling from Adler University in Chicago, IL. 

  • Robin Beckley, MS, LMFT, CMHS

    Robin

    Robin Beckley is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Child Mental Health Specialist who enjoys working with children, adolescents, young adults and families. Robin has experience treating anxiety, depression and trauma. Robin is certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy including Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and uses an integrated approach with a family systems lens to meet the needs of clients. Robin has a specific passion for working with LGBTQ+ youth as well as adolescents and young adults who are wanting to gain skills within their relationships.

    Robin earned her Bachelors degree in Psychology from Western Washington University and her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from California Lutheran University. Robin is also an AAMFT approved supervisor and provides consultation/supervision to associates working towards licensure.

    AAMFT Supervisor

  • Leslie Shapiro, MA, LMFT

    Heather

    If you're reading this, you're thinking about how a regular video session with a therapist could help make your life better during these difficult times. I love working with teens and adults living with anxiety, depression, OCD, and hoarding disorder to improve their lives.

    I'm passionate about coaching clients on how to break the negative cycles that are causing them pain. Together we set the right pace to introduce new behaviors and move forward to see real change. My clients tell me this helps them decrease stress and reconnect with the people in their lives.

    As a parent myself, I take joy in working with my teenage clients. Sometimes I involve parents or guardians, sometimes the work is one on one, and I even work with clients using role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons for therapeutic purposes. When we start working together, we'll discuss all the options to find the approach that will work best together. 

    After years as a Professional Organizer, I've developed a special kinship with people who've found their compulsions overtaking their lives and their living spaces. While it may seem difficult to address these challenges while we're all stuck at home, I can work via video to address both the causes and symptoms to create lasting change. 

    These are difficult times, and you're brave to take the first step. Whether we work together or not, I wish you all the best in your journey.

     

  • David Daroff, MA, LMHC

    Heather

    David  has been working as a mental health therapist since 2013 and has worked with Sex offending adults and juveniles.   He worked in a maximum-security prison and has focused the past few years on helping men overcome narcissistic personality disorder (NPD). David has a passion to help couples stay married and have healthier, deeper, and more satisfying marriage relationship.  David works with Men, Women, Couples families and youth.  David uses a variety of approaches including CBT, DBT, Existential therapy, Lifespan Integration and other solution focused and emotionally focused techniques.  David is ready to help you no matter how deep the trouble may seem.
    David received BA in Psychology from Westmont College Santa Barbara CA, a Masters of Divinity in 1992 at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley CA and has worked in religious communities through much of his life. He is comfortable dealing with spiritual issues and loves people of all faiths.  He has worked with groups and individuals in many walks of life.  He is not afraid to tackle difficult issues and subjects. He loves to help his clients grow and find solutions to the life problems that bring them to therapy.

     

     

  • Carlon Ryan, MA, LMFTA

    Heather

    Carlon Ryan is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate who earned her BA from Western Washington University and her MA from Pacific Lutheran University. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, infidelity, non-monogamy, trauma, behavioral challenges, and developmental disabilities.
    Carlon works collaboratively with her clients to bring healing, empowerment, and authentic fulfillment to their lives. She considers cultural influences such as gender, age, race, sexual orientation, spirituality, family, and tribe and community traditions as forces that greatly determine each person’s development, personal narrative, and conscious and unconscious beliefs. She is dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing space for clients to work through their challenges and reach their goals and dreams.

     

     

  • Anthony Mueller, MA, LMFTA

    Heather

    Anthony Mueller is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate who enjoys working with adolescents, individual adults, couples, and families. He is experienced in supporting clients with communication and conflict concerns, as well as, anxiety, depression, and stress. Anthony is a retired Navy veteran who specializes in supporting the families of active duty and veterans who face unique challenges many members experience during service to our country. Operating from a family systems perspective, Anthony integrates multiple models including, but not limited to, structural family therapy, emotionally focused therapy, and experiential therapy, in an approach that best fits each individual. Anthony earned his Master's degree from Pacific Lutheran University in Marriage and Family Therapy, and his Bachelor's in Social Psychology from Park University. He is also a certified practitioner of the Positive Parenting Program (Triple P). Additionally, he is a member of both the Washington Association and the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

     

  • Celeste Carolin, BA, MFT Intern

    Heather

    Celeste Carolin is a Marriage and Family Associate who works with young adults, individuals, couples, and families. She focuses on working adults with ADHD/ADD, and those with depression, OCD, anxiety, and/ or going through faith changes. She also works with couples who feel as they have lost their connection or who don't feel as close as they once felt. Celeste has experience working with parents and families with LGBTQIA+ children and those looking for gender-affirming care. Working from a systems theory approach to therapy she uses multiple models including narrative therapy, solution-based therapy, Bowen’s theory, and many other models. She focuses on the unique aspects and needs of her clients and adapts her approach to best fit them.

    Celeste earned her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University – Idaho in Leadership and Psychology, studied Organization Behavior at Harvard Extension School and currently is working on her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northcentral University. She is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Councilors, and Therapists.

     

     

  • Bethany Sutton, MA, LMFT

  • Robin Beckley, MS, LMFT, CMHS

  • Leslie Shapiro, MA, LMFT

    Heather

    If you're reading this, you're thinking about how a regular video session with a therapist could help make your life better during these difficult times. I love working with teens and adults living with anxiety, depression, OCD, and hoarding disorder to improve their lives.

    I'm passionate about coaching clients on how to break the negative cycles that are causing them pain. Together we set the right pace to introduce new behaviors and move forward to see real change. My clients tell me this helps them decrease stress and reconnect with the people in their lives.

    As a parent myself, I take joy in working with my teenage clients. Sometimes I involve parents or guardians, sometimes the work is one on one, and I even work with clients using role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons for therapeutic purposes. When we start working together, we'll discuss all the options to find the approach that will work best together. 

    After years as a Professional Organizer, I've developed a special kinship with people who've found their compulsions overtaking their lives and their living spaces. While it may seem difficult to address these challenges while we're all stuck at home, I can work via video to address both the causes and symptoms to create lasting change. 

    These are difficult times, and you're brave to take the first step. Whether we work together or not, I wish you all the best in your journey.

     

  • David Daroff, MA, LMHC

    Heather

    David  has been working as a mental health therapist since 2013 and has worked with Sex offending adults and juveniles.   He worked in a maximum-security prison and has focused the past few years on helping men overcome narcissistic personality disorder (NPD). David has a passion to help couples stay married and have healthier, deeper, and more satisfying marriage relationship.  David works with Men, Women, Couples families and youth.  David uses a variety of approaches including CBT, DBT, Existential therapy, Lifespan Integration and other solution focused and emotionally focused techniques.  David is ready to help you no matter how deep the trouble may seem.
    David received BA in Psychology from Westmont College Santa Barbara CA, a Masters of Divinity in 1992 at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley CA and has worked in religious communities through much of his life. He is comfortable dealing with spiritual issues and loves people of all faiths.  He has worked with groups and individuals in many walks of life.  He is not afraid to tackle difficult issues and subjects. He loves to help his clients grow and find solutions to the life problems that bring them to therapy.

  • Carlon Ryan, MA, LMFTA

    Heather

    Carlon Ryan is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate who earned her BA from Western Washington University and her MA from Pacific Lutheran University. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, infidelity, non-monogamy, trauma, behavioral challenges, and developmental disabilities.
    Carlon works collaboratively with her clients to bring healing, empowerment, and authentic fulfillment to their lives. She considers cultural influences such as gender, age, race, sexual orientation, spirituality, family, and tribe and community traditions as forces that greatly determine each person’s development, personal narrative, and conscious and unconscious beliefs. She is dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing space for clients to work through their challenges and reach their goals and dreams.

     

  • Anthony Mueller, MA, LMFTA

    Heather

    Anthony Mueller is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate who enjoys working with adolescents, individual adults, couples, and families. He is experienced in supporting clients with communication and conflict concerns, as well as, anxiety, depression, and stress. Anthony is a retired Navy veteran who specializes in supporting the families of active duty and veterans who face unique challenges many members experience during service to our country. Operating from a family systems perspective, Anthony integrates multiple models including, but not limited to, structural family therapy, emotionally focused therapy, and experiential therapy, in an approach that best fits each individual. Anthony earned his Master's degree from Pacific Lutheran University in Marriage and Family Therapy, and his Bachelor's in Social Psychology from Park University. He is also a certified practitioner of the Positive Parenting Program (Triple P). Additionally, he is a member of both the Washington Association and the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

  • Celeste Carolin, BA, MFT Intern

    Heather

    Celeste Carolin is a Marriage and Family Associate who works with young adults, individuals, couples, and families. She focuses on working adults with ADHD/ADD, and those with depression, OCD, anxiety, and/ or going through faith changes. She also works with couples who feel as they have lost their connection or who don't feel as close as they once felt. Celeste has experience working with parents and families with LGBTQIA+ children and those looking for gender-affirming care. Working from a systems theory approach to therapy she uses multiple models including narrative therapy, solution-based therapy, Bowen’s theory, and many other models. She focuses on the unique aspects and needs of her clients and adapts her approach to best fit them.

    Celeste earned her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University – Idaho in Leadership and Psychology, studied Organization Behavior at Harvard Extension School and currently is working on her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northcentral University. She is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Councilors, and Therapists.

  • Bethany Sutton, MA, LMFT

  • Robin Beckley, MS, LMFT, CMHS

  • Leslie Shapiro, MA, LMFT

    Heather

    If you're reading this, you're thinking about how a regular video session with a therapist could help make your life better during these difficult times. I love working with teens and adults living with anxiety, depression, OCD, and hoarding disorder to improve their lives.

    I'm passionate about coaching clients on how to break the negative cycles that are causing them pain. Together we set the right pace to introduce new behaviors and move forward to see real change. My clients tell me this helps them decrease stress and reconnect with the people in their lives.

    As a parent myself, I take joy in working with my teenage clients. Sometimes I involve parents or guardians, sometimes the work is one on one, and I even work with clients using role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons for therapeutic purposes. When we start working together, we'll discuss all the options to find the approach that will work best together. 

    After years as a Professional Organizer, I've developed a special kinship with people who've found their compulsions overtaking their lives and their living spaces. While it may seem difficult to address these challenges while we're all stuck at home, I can work via video to address both the causes and symptoms to create lasting change. 

    These are difficult times, and you're brave to take the first step. Whether we work together or not, I wish you all the best in your journey.

     

  • David Daroff, MA, LMHC

    Heather

    David has been working as a mental health therapist since 2013 and has worked with Sex offending adults and juveniles.   He worked in a maximum-security prison and has focused the past few years on helping men overcome narcissistic personality disorder (NPD). David has a passion to help couples stay married and have healthier, deeper, and more satisfying marriage relationship.  David works with Men, Women, Couples families and youth.  David uses a variety of approaches including CBT, DBT, Existential therapy, Lifespan Integration and other solution focused and emotionally focused techniques.  David is ready to help you no matter how deep the trouble may seem.
    David received BA in Psychology from Westmont College Santa Barbara CA, a Masters of Divinity in 1992 at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley CA and has worked in religious communities through much of his life. He is comfortable dealing with spiritual issues and loves people of all faiths.  He has worked with groups and individuals in many walks of life.  He is not afraid to tackle difficult issues and subjects. He loves to help his clients grow and find solutions to the life problems that bring them to therapy.

     

  • Carlon Ryan, MA, LMFTA

    Heather

    Carlon Ryan is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate who earned her BA from Western Washington University and her MA from Pacific Lutheran University. She has experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, infidelity, non-monogamy, trauma, behavioral challenges, and developmental disabilities.
    Carlon works collaboratively with her clients to bring healing, empowerment, and authentic fulfillment to their lives. She considers cultural influences such as gender, age, race, sexual orientation, spirituality, family, and tribe and community traditions as forces that greatly determine each person’s development, personal narrative, and conscious and unconscious beliefs. She is dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing space for clients to work through their challenges and reach their goals and dreams.

     

  • Anthony Mueller, MA, LMFTA

    Heather

    Anthony Mueller is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate who enjoys working with adolescents, individual adults, couples, and families. He is experienced in supporting clients with communication and conflict concerns, as well as, anxiety, depression, and stress. Anthony is a retired Navy veteran who specializes in supporting the families of active duty and veterans who face unique challenges many members experience during service to our country. Operating from a family systems perspective, Anthony integrates multiple models including, but not limited to, structural family therapy, emotionally focused therapy, and experiential therapy, in an approach that best fits each individual. Anthony earned his Master's degree from Pacific Lutheran University in Marriage and Family Therapy, and his Bachelor's in Social Psychology from Park University. He is also a certified practitioner of the Positive Parenting Program (Triple P). Additionally, he is a member of both the Washington Association and the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.

     

  • Celeste Carolin, BA, MFT Intern

    Heather

    Celeste Carolin is a Marriage and Family Associate who works with young adults, individuals, couples, and families. She focuses on working adults with ADHD/ADD, and those with depression, OCD, anxiety, and/ or going through faith changes. She also works with couples who feel as they have lost their connection or who don't feel as close as they once felt. Celeste has experience working with parents and families with LGBTQIA+ children and those looking for gender-affirming care. Working from a systems theory approach to therapy she uses multiple models including narrative therapy, solution-based therapy, Bowen’s theory, and many other models. She focuses on the unique aspects and needs of her clients and adapts her approach to best fit them.

    Celeste earned her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University – Idaho in Leadership and Psychology, studied Organization Behavior at Harvard Extension School and currently is working on her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northcentral University. She is a member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Councilors, and Therapists.