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Sheryl Brown, MS, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

22525 SE 64th Place, Issaquah, Washington

Sheryl Brown, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, works with couples to break ineffective ways of communicating that get you stuck in a vicious cycle. Give her a call at 425 652-1413 to set up a session and begin to enjoy your marriage or partnership again.

Elizabeth Cabibi, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

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

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Issaquah is located in the western state of Washington and proves to be ideal for families of all types. Regardless of age, your children and teenagers are sure to find something nearby for entertainment purposes. The Cougar Mountain Regional Wildland Park great for your family's recreational needs. Grab your family and enjoy nature while walking around this great site. After taking a stroll, visit the Revolution Art Gallery to see the work of locally inspired and talented artists. At night, drive on down to the Village Theatre to enjoy a theatrical performance that is sure to entertain children, teenagers, and adults alike. Be sure to check out their calendar for upcoming shows.1

Mental Health in Issaquah

When it comes to suburbs in the Seattle area, Issaquah is one of the fastest growing in Washington, home to over 32, 000 residents, with many under the age of 24.2 With such a large youthful population, bullying problems can arise and must be dealt with. Youth Eastside Services helps children in Issaquah bring forward their concerns in a safe environment. Moreover, they are providing help and education to both the youth of Issaquah as well as their parents, assisting them combat a host of problems. As a result of such programs, youth are better equipped to overcome and even prevent mental issues caused by bullying. For more information about Youth Eastside Services and their programs, call 425-869-3069.3

Addiction can easily destroy a person's life, especially if it involves illicit drugs. Narcotics Anonymous provides those struggling with a drug problem a place to seek fellowship and help as they work towards recovery. Narcotics Anonymous believes that anyone can stop using drugs and lose the desire to use drugs. Meetings are held throughout the Seattle metro area. Those in need of immediate help can call the NA 24-hour hotline at 206-790-8888.4

Current Initiatives

With the Baby Boomer generation entering retirement, services for seniors and disabled adults are in high need. To help promote healthy aging, the King County Aging and Disability Services has launched several initiatives to improve access to healthy foods, as well as to opportunities for physical activity. The Community Meals Initiative provides healthy meals to residents over the age of 60. These group meals also include nutrition education, social activities, and fitness exercises. The Stay Active Initiative promotes healthy living through exercise. Seniors who stay active have stronger bones and muscles, sleep better, and have improved mood.5


References

1. City Data. (2017). Issaquah, WA. Retrieved from http://www.city-data.com/city/Issaquah-Washington.html.
2. United States Census Bureau. (2010). State Community Facts - Issaquah, Washington. Retrieved from http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/community_facts.xhtml.
3. Youth Eastside Services. (2017). Services. Retrieved from http://www.youtheastsideservices.org/services/index.php?page=Violence+Prevention§ion=Services&page_id=14.
4. Seattle Area Narcotics Anonymous. (2017). Home - Seattle Area Narcotics Anonymous. Retrieved from http://seattlena.org/default.html.
5. Aging and Disability Services. (2016). Promote Healthy Aging. Retrieved from http://www.agingkingcounty.org/healthy_aging.htm.

Issaquah is located in King County, Washington. It has a land area of 12.07 square miles and a water area of 0.02 square miles.  The population of Issaquah is 36,081 people with 14,018 households and a median annual income of $89,776. .


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Establishing weekly sessions with a professional therapist is considered affordable in Issaquah for the average family. While sustaining a commitment to therapy is usually not an issue, if mental health treatment feels like a burden please ask your counselor about accepted insurance plans or sliding scale fees