Counseling in Olympia, WA. Find the Right Therapist.

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Silvia Behrend, D. Min, M. Div.

Doctor Silvia Behrend

1107 West Bay Dr Suite 102, Olympia, Washington

I work with recognizing deep unconscious patterns inherited from our family of origin, culture and religion. Together we explore how to discover, acknowledge and interrupt these patterns to live a free, whole and positive life.

Elizabeth Cabibi, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Available for Online Therapy

Kerri Stoehr, MA, LMHC, CPC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Certified Life Coach

677 Woodland Square Loop SE, Lacey, Washington

HELPING PEOPLE DISCOVER NEW POSSIBILITIES! Imagine a relationship where the total focus is on you, what you want in life, and what will help you achieve it. I provide a safe, trustworthy, confidential environment where you can discover, learn, and grow.

Bob Keller, LMFT, LMHC, ACHt

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; Hypnotherapist

4119 Pilatus Ave SE, Lacey, Washington

There are a variety of therapeutic techniques I use to bring relief to current life issues, help resolve early life patterns and help clients create a new way of being in life and feeling they are now in control of themselves and their choices


Related Sites:
City of Olympia
Washington State Department of Health Mental Health Professions

Therapy Olympia, WA

Counseling Tumwater, Lacey, West Olympia, Hawks Prairie, Steamboat Island

Olympia is the capital city of Washington State.  First founded back in 1850 by Edmund Sylvester, this once tribal area known for its shellfish, became a bustling town that rapidly grew and expanded into the place we know today.  Thurston County is the home of the city of Olympia, which is made up of several smaller districts comprising the greater city area: Tumwater, Lacey, Steamboat Island, Hawks Prairie, Little Rock, and Boston Harbor.  All of these smaller districts make up the greater Olympia regional area.  Olympia is located at the gateway of the Olympic Peninsula, right off the popular interstate 5, making it easily accessible for everyoneWhen visiting Olympia Washington, one will quickly find that there are many fun things to do.  Local attractions include over 700 acres of parkland eeping views of the majestic mount Rainier, the identifying landmark of Washington state.  Or take a stroll along Percival Landing, a popular place for summertime events, concerts, and outdoor shows.1

Mental Health in Olympia

Individuals who struggle with a mental illness can seek help and support through one of many free support groups offered by St. Peter Hospital. Groups are available for adults who have attention-deficit disorder. Bereavement groups are available for those who have lost a loved one. Individuals with body image issues can find safe, caring support in the Look Good, Feel Better Group.2 The National Alliance on Mental Illness Thurston/Mason Chapter also offers many free resources for those suffering from a mental illness, as well as those who care for someone living with a mental illness. From bipolar disorder to anxiety disorders to schizophrenia, NAMI is here to help. Contact the Thurston/Mason Chapter at 360-493-6021 to find out about their support groups.3

Families who do not have a permanent residence can seek shelter at Out of the Woods Family Shelter. In addition to providing a safe place to live for up to 90 days, the facility provides food, clothing and other necessities for men, women and children. Located in a rural setting, the agency is a welcoming and friendly environment that seems more like a home. Attending staff assist residents with finding permanent housing, employment and family assistance, so that residents can continue to live with dignity. For more information, call 360-402-2008.4

Current Education

To ensure the continued growth, prosperity and mental health of Olympia's residents, the city participates in the Mason Thurston Wraparound Initiative. The purpose of the initiative is to ensure that families in need have access to all the resources required for a safe, stable, and healthy home environment. The primary belief of initiative participants is that wraparound services promote empowerment and creates opportunities for family members to improve themselves and their relationships with others. The initiative is based on the principles of cultural competence, collaboration, community involvement, individual strengths, and family voice and choice, among others. To find out more about the initiative, call 360-790-7505.5


References

1. City Site. (2017). Olympia, WA. Retrieved from http://www.ci.olympia.wa.us/.
2. Providence Health and Services. (2017). Support Groups. Retrieved from http://washington.providence.org/hospitals/st-peter/classes-and-resources/support-groups/.
3. National Alliance on Mental Illness - Thurston/Mason. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.oly-wa.us/nami/index.php.
4. Out of the Woods Family Shelter. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.outofthewoods.org/index.html.
5. Mason Thurston Wraparound Initiative. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.familyallianceformentalhealth.com/mason-thurston-wraparound.html.

Olympia is located in Thurston County, Washington. It has a land area of 18.20 square miles and a water area of 1.86 square miles.  The population of Olympia is 50,302 people with 20,870 households and a median annual income of $53,617. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Olympia, WA

Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Olympia is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Olympia therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility