Rochelle Long, M.A., L.M.H.C.

Licensed Mental Health Therapist

Location: 2722 Colby Ave, Suite 635, Everett 98201
Fast Contact: Email or Call Rochelle.
Depression/AnxietyADHD/ADD
Trauma/GriefDivorce/Separation
Couples CounselingWomen's Issues
Men's IssuesChildren/Adolescents

I provide a safe, compassionate place for couples going through difficult times to work on saving their relationship and improve trust and communication skills. I work with families and children going through divorce and the difficult challenges during this time.

Kira Love Flores, MS, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Location: 1723 100th Pl SE, Ste E, Everett 98208
Fast Contact: Email or Call Kira.
Affair / Crisis RecoveryMarital / Couple Conflict
Relationship Endings & GriefPTSD & Anxiety
Addiction & CodependencyDepression
Family CounselingChildhood Abuse & Neglect

Affair recovery, negative conflict patterns and deep-seated miscommunication are areas in which I specialize. I will help you to experience new ways of effectively communicating, resolving conflict, and rebuilding trust in a loving and safe relationship.

Ken Urie, MA, LMHC / Mill Creek Family Services -- Counseling Associates

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Location Near Therapist: Everett, WA
Fast Contact: Email or Call Ken.
Overcoming Depression / LossResolving Couple/Family Issues
Managing Stress / AnxietyCounseling For Teens/Children
Managing Anger EffectivelyOvercoming Addictions
Coping Wtih ADHD / BehaviorHelp For Helping Professionals

WELCOME! Our team of experienced counselors helps you address tough relationship challenges in your marriage or intimate partnership and navigate relationships that have been strained or broken. We've designed our services for YOU AND THE ONES YOU CARE ABOUT MOST.

Related Sites:
City of Everett, WA
Washington State Department of Health Mental Health Professions

Therapy Everett, WA

Counseling Mill Creek, Mukilteo, Cavalero Corner, Bayside, Westmont, Silver Lake, Nelsons Corner, Snohomish, Harborview

Everett, Washington is a very unique city with a large sense of community. With 40 beautiful places and many relaxing, quaint events to be found all over, this city provides a lot of stress-relieving opportunities and family-bonding locations. The oldest public park in Everett is Forest, featuring a swimming pool, hockey, horseshoes, miles of trails, an animal farm, a baseball field, and a playground. This location can be entertaining for families with children and teenagers, as well as couples. Jetty Island, a man-made island featuring large sandy beaches, is a great get-away location for the entire family, or for couples seeking a romantic date experience. For families who wish to get out and be active, you have many options to choose from: the Everett Yacht Club, the summer-long Everett Farmer's Market, the Waterfront Concert Series, the Everett Coho Derby in September, and the Fresh Paint Festival of Artists in August.1

Marriage and Couples Mental Health in Everett

Parents who have experienced separation or divorce, custody battles, or are otherwise at-risk can participate in one of a number of programs that focus on developing effective parenting skills and providing a caring home in which children can grow and develop. The Breakthrough Learning Center offers programs that focus on positive parenting skills, effective discipline strategies, and preparing children to be active and engaged members of the family and community. Call 206-931-6510 for more information.2 Parents whose children are oppositional or defiant can find help at the Changes Parent Support Network (CPSN). CPSN provides classes that are highly structured and peer-led, so parents get support from other parents who have successfully managed their out-of-control children. Common topics of discussion are abusive children, defiance, vandalism, running away and other destructive behaviors. For further details, call 1-888-468-2620.3

There are many domestic violence shelters in the Everett area that promote the safety of the community and protect victims and their families. One of them is Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County (DVS). DVS provides emergency shelter and comprehensive services to men, women, and children. Advocacy services ensure that each person's rights are respected. Community outreach programs seek to educate the public about domestic issues and raise awareness in the community. DVS also has a 24-hour support hotline, which can be reached at 425-252-2873.4

Family Services and Assistance Programs

The Snohomish County Family Center serves individuals, families and children who need assistance with housing, adoption, transportation, and other essential services. The center's programs are all individualized and based on each person's specific needs and strengths. The center's mission is to provide a safe, loving and nurturing environment for children, as well as support programs that help adults live an optimally healthy life. Programs for seniors are offered as well, which ensure their health and safety as they age. Call 425-257-2111 to inquire about more detailed information.5


References

1. City of Everett, WA. (2014). Home - Everett, WA. Retrieved from http://www.everettwa.org/.
2. Breakthrough Learning Center. (2011). Home - Breakthrough Learning Center. Retrieved from http://btpinstitute.org/.
3. Changes Parent Support Network. (2014). About Us. Retrieved from http://www.cpsn.org/about-us.php.
4. Domestic Violence Services of Snohomish County. (2014). Who We Are. Retrieved from http://www.dvs-snoco.org/who.
5. Catholic Community Services of Western Washington. (2014). Snohomish County Family Center. Retrieved from http://www.ccsww.org/site/PageServer?pagename=fc_snohomish.