Lisa Martin, PhD
I think about each person as a whole and consider how they function within their environment, relationships, and physically. I focus on empowering each client I see to build on the unique strengths and characteristics they bring to therapy.
Carolyn Stern, PhD
I work with children, adolescents and adults. I practice many forms of evidenced-based therapy including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). I enjoy working with disruptive behavior disorders, eating disorders, and relational issues.
Jana Contreras, LMHC
Jana is a licensed mental health counselor who incorporates Mindfulness, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Cognitive Processing Therapy in her practice. She earned a Master of Science in Art Therapy from Nazareth College in Rochester, NY.
Maribeth Jorgensen, PhD, LMHC
Maribeth is a licensed (LMHC) and board certified counselor (NCC) and has approximately thirteen years of experience as a clinician. Her approach to counseling is centered on developing trust and showing unconditional positive regard for her clients in order to build a strong therapeutic relationship.
Celeste Bosko, LMHC
Are you struggling with unresolved trauma, anxiety or emotional regulation difficulties that are impacting your relationships, goals, and general well being? I can help you safely process your trauma, learn skills to manage anxiety, and improve both your mood and relationship.
Rebecca Palmer-Overmiller, LCSW
I believe that the relationship in therapy is a journey together with the client. I am experienced working with children, teens and adults. I specialize in Trauma-Focused CBT, CPT, EMDR and DBT.
Gwen Koenig, LMHC
I will work to help you identify patterns of behavior and increase your level of personal insight and flexibility. I will be your guide, working collaboratively towards...
Christopher Butler, LMHC
I am a counselor with over 20 years of experience and a military veteran who has worked with adolescents and adults, couples and families struggling with addictions, mood disorders, trauma issues, and marital and family discord.
Meagan Miller, PsyD
I work with adolescents, adults, and couples. I am passionate about working with trauma, chronic illness, relational issues, LGBTQIA+ issues, and anxiety disorders. I practice Emotionally-Focused Therapy, which focuses on attachment and interpersonal needs.
Joshua Boardman, LMHC
Joshua Boardman is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who specializes in clinical work with children, teens and adults. He utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy to help clients develop strategies for improved emotional expression and control, better relationships and life satisfaction.
Brad Bastian, LCSW
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) with a background in community mental health and crisis work. My specialty is working with adults experiencing personality disorders, mood disorders, trauma related issues, and psychosis.
Jennifer Kassing, LMHC
Jennifer Kassing (she/her/hers) is a licensed (LMHC in WA and IA; LPC in TX) and board-certified counselor (NCC), and a board-certified telemental health provider (BC-TMH). In addition, she has completed Level 1 and Level 2 Training in Gottman Methods Couples Therapy.
Kaitlyn Wilder, LSWAIC
I am passionate about working in partnership with my clients utilizing a strengths-based perspective. It is important to me to empower my clients in their treatment by honoring their expertise over their lives and working with them to utilize the many strengths they already possess while also helping them build on these strengths.
Jamie Walker, ARNP
I am a board certified Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with over 19 years of experience working in community mental health. I obtained my Master's of Science in Nursing and PMHNP training at Gonzaga University. I enjoy treating patients of all ages. I provide medication management services and supportive therapy to treat symptoms of mental illness.
Alexis Moore, MS, RDN, CD (Washington), LD (Minnesota, Illinois)
Alexis is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RD/RDN) based in Central Washington. She received a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Nutritional Sciences from the University of Arizona (Bear Down!) and completed a Dietetic Internship and Master of Science (MS) at Central Washington University. Alexis continued to pursue additional education and research experience at New York University, where her research investigated nutritional interventions for athletes with spinal cord injuries.
Jeanette Rendina, PsyD
As we journey through life, there are times when we need a little help.
Since 2017, Jeanette Rendina has worked as a licensed clinical psychologist with individuals and couples in Kittitas County. She is experienced with people facing trauma, mood disorders, anxiety, chronic illnesses, relational issues (poly & non-poly), LGBTQIA+ issues, Veteran issues, neurodivergence, identity, culture, discrimination, grief and loss, and life transitions. Additionally, Jeanette has a passion and specialized knowledge of working with menstrual health.
Carol Gilliom, LICSW
I’ve been a social worker since 1977 with a specific focus of working with children, youth, and families. I also enjoy working with adults. My work experience includes being a school social worker, working in a boys group home, working with treatment foster care, and doing in office therapy for ages 2 – 80.
Mary Day, LMHC
We often don’t choose the steps of our journey, but I believe that our truth is ours to discover. Therapy can give us the insight and agency to write our own stories, and discovering compassion is key.
My approach to therapy is client-centered, and I will work with you to establish an open, respectful collaboration to attain your goals. I attended Central Washington University and have a bachelor’s degree in elementary and special education, and a master’s degree in counseling psychology.
April Walker, LICSW
With 25 years of experience, I am passionate about helping individuals, couples and families find greater satisfaction in life. I see those as young as 6 and as old as 100. Let me help you build stronger relationships, improve your boundaries, learn to manage anger, become a better listener, reduce anxiety, cope with depression, process trauma and loss, gain coping skills, set goals, improve communication, sort out your feelings, deal with a challenging child, manage a break-up, and practice healthier ways of being. I have particular expertise in working with couples and blended families.
Holly Lamsma, LICSW
I am a licensed clinical social worker and work with adults 18 and older. Over the last ten years I have had experience working with a broad variety of clients in the community mental health setting as well as hospice. My areas of focus include trauma, grief and loss, chronic illness and pain, and women’s health (permpartum, postpartum, and infertility).
Nate Schornak, LMHCA
Nate has a passion for working with veterans and their families as they navigate life during and after their time in service. Nate recognizes that many military veterans need further access to mental health services which inspired him to join the field of mental health counseling.