Affordable and caring licensed therapists and marriage counselors in Spokane, Washington are ready to help you. Therapy can change your life, but you must make the first step. Contact a licensed therapist now, you can email 24/7, and begin your new start.
Cami Huysman, MA, LMHC, NCC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Location: 4407 N Division St, Ste 517, Spokane 99207
Fast Contact: Email or Call Cami.
|Family Therapy||Clinical Supervision|
I believe each and every person is entitled to quality care. I maintain state and national credentials as well as ongoing education to stay up-to-date with current and effective treatment strategies, including evidence-based practices.
Donna Carolyn, M.S.
liscensed mental health counselor
Location Near Therapist: Spokane, WA
Fast Contact: Email or Call Donna.
|Relationship issues||Marriage & communication skills|
|Anger & how to express it||Anxiety/depression|
|EMDR for trauma & anxiety||CBT (Cognitive Beh. Therapy)|
Cedar Bridge Counseling has been providing competent professional services. As your counselor, you can expect a safe, compassionate and mature approach from a woman who has been in private practice for 30 years.
Melanie Morlan, MA, NCC, LMFTA, LMHC
Couples Therapy Specialist
Location: The Historic Eldridge Building, Spokane 99201
Fast Contact: Email or Call Melanie.
|Couples Therapy||Emotionally Focused Therapy|
|Pre-Marital Therapy||Lifestyle Coaching|
|Circle Of Security Parent Educ||Surviving Infidelity|
|Self-Esteem||Courage And Vulnerability|
Compassionately presented relationship work is my specialty: Prevention, Therapy, Counseling and Coaching. I have advanced level training in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy; a very effective, current and research based framework for treating relationship distress.
Ray Smith, Ed.D., D.Min., NCC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Location: 9507 North Division Street, Suite A, Spokane 99218
Fast Contact: Email or Call Ray.
Dr. Ray is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Spokane, Washington specializing in the integration of psychology and theology. He earned doctorates in both counseling and ministry.
City of Spokane
Washington State Department of Health Mental Health Professions
Therapy Spokane, WA
Counseling Balboa, Hillyard, Whitman, Riverside, Southgate, South Ferry
Spokane, Washington is a city that is rich in history, with many things for people to see and do. Most famous for its Native American festivals and cultures, there are several other things to consider taking the time to see. Spokane is sunny over 260 days per year and offers people both the relaxing scenery and all of the major amenities that you would hope to find in a major city.1 Some of the most popular things to do in the city include the downtown water park, the mountain bike trails, the serene lakes and the local wineries. Home to the famous Catholic university Gonzaga, its basketball team, the Bulldogs, rose to fame in the late 1990s and continue to be a perennial contender each year in the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament.
Mental Health in Spokane
Over the last few years, Washington has been one of the top ten states for rates of drug abuse. Alarmingly, this behavior is common among individuals that are as young as 12 years of age. This explains why the average illicit drug use in the state is two percent higher than the national average, and why the rate of drug-induced deaths is also the highest in Washington.2 An organization dedicated to helping eradicate this problem is Northeast Washington Area Narcotics Anonymous. This organization believes that anyone can stop using drugs and lose the desire to use drugs. Free meetings are offered throughout the Spokane area and provide individuals with a support system to stop using. For emergency assistance, or to inquire about meeting times and locations, call 509-325-5045.3
The Spokane Regional Health District recognizes the significant impact that suicide has on the community. As a result, the agency offers many free resources for those seeking more information about preventing such tragedies. Information about warning signs, prevention education, support services and other resources is available, as is specialized information regarding elder suicide. If an emergency situation arises, the health district provides a hotline for people to seek help. That number is 509-838-4428.4
Those interested in entering the human services field as a counselor can get their graduate studies underway at Gonzaga University. The school offers a master's degree program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling that prepares students to become master practitioners who demonstrate empathy, emotional understanding, solid theoretical knowledge, as well as the ability to implement effective counseling strategies in order to help clients live mentally healthier lives. The program is designed to prepare graduates to work in a number of settings, including college counseling centers, community mental health agencies, and social services agencies. For further details about the program, call 509-313-3821.5
1. Wikipedia. (2014). Spokane, WA.
Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spokane,_Washington
2. National Survey on Drug Use and Health. (2014). Washington Drug Control Update.
Retrieved from http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/default/files/docs/state_profile_-_washington.pdf
3. Northeast Washington Area Narcotics Anonymous. (2014). Meeting Schedule.
Retrieved from http://www.newana.org/meeting_schedule.ydev
4. Spokane Regional Health District. (2014). Suicide Prevention.
Retrieved from http://www.srhd.org/topics/suicide.asp
5. Gonzaga University. (2014). M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Retrieved from https://www.gonzaga.edu/academics/Colleges+and+Schools/School-of-Education/Majors-Programs/Counselor-Education/M.A.-CMHC/default.asp