Our Providers

ITS staff are trained to provide a broad range of therapies for individuals, couples, and families of all ages and backgrounds. Members of our staff have specialized areas and programs which are described in their individual biographies.
Our staff can help address concerns including depression, anxiety, attachment, grief, loss, gender and sexual identity, ADD/ADHD, divorce, trauma, PTSD, perinatal mental health concerns, and more.
In order to provide the best care, our providers collaborate with pediatricians, psychiatrists, psychologists, teachers, occupational therapists, and other referring professionals.

Are you interested in joining our team? ITS is hiring! See HERE for more information.

Jeanne Purdum, LMFT, CMHS, CIMHP
Co-Owner of ITSNW

MS - Marriage and Family Therapy - Seattle Pacific University
BA - Psychology - The Pennsylvania State University

Jeanne is one of the co-founders of ITS and has been providing therapy to children and families since 1997. She works from a holistic perspective to address the mind-body connection and increase systemic health. Jeanne has a special interest in addressing how overall brain function/health, nutrition, digestive health, and food allergies/sensitivities impact behaviors, moods, and ultimately mental health. In addition to traditional talk therapy, she is passionate about helping her clients develop a healthy relationship with food and create a comprehensive roadmap to applying nutritional and mental health concepts to prevent and/or treat depression, anxiety, ADHD/ADD and more. She is a Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider and Brain Health Coach.

Certifications: PCIT Coach and Mentor, AAMFT Approved Clinical Supervisor, Certified Eating Psychology Coach, Child Mental Health Specialist, Certified Brain Health Coach, Certified Integrative Mental Health Professional (CIMHP)

253-460-7248 x 105

Sarah Atchison, LMFT, CMHS, CIMHP, Maternal Mental Health Specialist
Co-Owner of ITSNW

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy- Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Psychology - University of Puget Sound

Sarah is the director and founder of the Bloom Program for Maternal and Infant Wellness. She has a background in working with children, adolescents, couples, and families of all ages and from a variety of socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. She has worked extensively with pregnant and postpartum women, young families, and high-risk children. Sarah has a special interest in supporting those who are planning for a baby, have been trying for a while, are adjusting to new parenthood, coping with a loss or utilizing reproductive assistance.

Certifications: Maternal Mental Health Specialist, Infant Mental Health, Perinatal Loss, Infertility, Child Mental Health Specialist, Certified Integrative Mental Health Professional (CIMHP), Gottman’s Bringing Baby Home, BLOOM

253-460-7248 x 103

Michael Nielsen, LMFT, CMHS
Co-Owner of ITSNW

MS - Marriage and Family Therapy - Seattle Pacific University
BS - Human Development, minor in Psychology - Brigham Young University

Mike frequently works with children of all ages from a variety of backgrounds. He has diverse experience working with at-risk youth, children with school related concerns, depression, anxiety, ADHD, blended families, foster children, adoption, anger management, and other disruptive behavioral issues.

Certifications: AAMFT Approved Clinical Supervisor, Child Mental Health Specialist

253-460-7248 x 106

Jenelle Larson, LMFT, CMHS
Co-Owner of ITSNW

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Psychology - University of California, Davis

Jenelle has experience counseling couples, teens, young adults, and families with a variety of concerns, including anxiety, depression, co-parenting, self-esteem, self-harm, school concerns, and natural life transitions. She enjoys working with couples to help them build connection and communication skills in addition to support and forgiveness to work thorugh challenges. She also enjoys helping teens anvigate transitions associated with movement into adulthood.
Jenelle is a systemic therapist that uses a client-centered approach to help people identify their own strengths, work through underlying emotions, as well as build and strengthen attachments. She believes counseling is an avenue that helps her clients reconnect with their inner self. Additionally, she believes that every person possesses the strength and skill to lead a successful journey through life.

Certifications: AAMFT Approved Clinical Supervisor, Child Mental Health Specialist, TF-CBT, EFT trained, Gottman trained

253-460-7248 x 205

Tamra Davis, LMFT, CMHS

MS – Marriage and Family Therapy – Seattle Pacific University
BA – Psychology – Carroll College

Tamra works with individuals and families of all ages and from all backgrounds. She frequently works with concerns such as anxiety, depression, trauma, at-risk youth, school concerns, ADHD, anger management, and other disruptive behavioral issues.
Tamra brings diverse experience from her work at Auburn Youth Resources and Catholic Community Services, including running the crisis line.

Certifications: DBT, AAMFT approved supervisor, WA approved supervisor, Child Mental Health Specialist, CBT+

253-460-7248 x 207

Elizabeth Bergstrom, PhD, LMHC

PhD - Depth Psychology, emphasis in Psychotherapy - Pacifica Graduate Institute
MA - Counseling Psychology - Pacifica Graduate Institute
BA - Psychology - University of Washington

Elizabeth works with individuals and couples of all ages with concerns related to anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, self-esteem, self-concept and identity, and personal exploration.
Elizabeth utilizes a psychodynamic approach, operating from a systems theory background and relational lens. She assesses presenting issues holistically and maintains a strength-based practice. She enjoys creating warm, collaborative spaces that encourage meaningful exploration, and productive problem solving. She has extensive experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds.

Certifications: Washington State Approved Supervisor, Gottman Level 2 Trained

– Offering virtual (telehealth) appointments only –

253-460-7248 x 211

Shannon Armitage, LMFT

MA – Marriage and Family Therapy – Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Sociology - University of Michigan
BA - Creative Writing - University of Michigan

Shannon can help anyone with a willingness to try new things, revise an old story, and think creatively (and sometimes playfully) about serious problems. She specializes in working with perinatal mood disorders, adolescent/child family therapy, transitions into adulthood and parenthood, mood and anxiety disorders, LGBTQ+ families, grief and loss, and PTSD.
Shannon brings a wide variety of experience to ITSNW, including work in community mental health, early elementary special education, and research on the role of early childhood education on outcomes for children ages birth-5. Additionally, she draws on lessons she learns from her family, especially regarding the importance of eating and sleeping well and remembering to laugh and have fun.

Certifications: BLOOM, DBT, Pride Program, FFT

253 460-7248 x 208

Kathy Silveira, LMFT

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Sociology - University of Washington

Kathy can help teens, young adults, women, and adults from diverse backgrounds, including members of military families, the LGBTQ+ community, and a variety of ethnic and cultural backgrounds. She has experience helping her clients through life transitions, anxiety, depression, and crises including self-harm, suicidal-ideation, as well as counseling pregnant and postpartum women and families. Kathy is a PNW native from a multi-cultural, military background with experience as a student athlete. She holds a special interest in helping student athletes balance athletics and academics, handle sports performance anxiety, and cope with difficult transitions. Kathy takes a systemic, client-centered, solution-focused approach to help identify strengths and break down barriers.

Certifications: BLOOM, Pride Program, CBT, TF-CBT

253 460-7248 x 111

Coleman Frostad, LMFT

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Psychology - University of Washington

Coleman works with individuals, couples, and families of all ages and backgrounds with a variety of concerns. His specialty is working with members and families in the LGBTQ+ community with concerns around gender, sexuality, anxiety, depression, substance use, and major life changes. His approach is systemic and utilizes an experiential perspective, allowing him to create a holistic view that incorporates cognitive therapy and EFT with mind, body, and spirit.
Coleman is the director and founder of the Pride Program at ITSNW (beginning January 2020) and is deeply passionate about helping LGBTQ+ teens navigate building acceptance, and with concerns around gender, sexuality, anxiety, depression, substance use, trauma, and major life changes.

Certifications: Pride Program

253 460-7248 x 216

Jessica "Jess" Bennett, LMFT

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BS - Psychology - Seattle Pacific University

Jess has experience in community mental health and private practice working with diverse backgrounds and concerns. She can help couples, families, teens, and young adults who are struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, sexual trauma, grief, and life transitions. She enjoys working with the LGBTQ+ community.
Jess takes a collaborative approach with her clients, working as a team to manage and overcome challenges.

Certifications: BLOOM, Pride Program, CBT, TF-CBT

253-460-7248 x 114

Christina Jarchow, LICSW

MSW - Social Work - Wichita State University
BSW - Social Work - Wichita State University

Christina is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with experience working with several different populations with diverse backgrounds in a variety of counseling settings, including community health and substance use. She has experience working in foster care, with school systems, and with high risk youth. She most enjoys working with the younger population (ages 4 and up) with concerns including challenging behaviors and trauma in addition to anxiety, ADHD, ODD, depression, social issues, and parenting issues.
Christina provides a systemic approach and utilizes a holistic perspective to treatment that focuses on body, mind, and spirit to help treat the whole individual.

Certifications: PCIT, CBT+, TF-CBT

253-460-7248 x 206

Andrea Rosenkranz, LMHC, CMHS

Doctoral Candidate - Psychology - California Southern University
MA - Psychology - Argosy University
BA - Psychology - University of WA

Andrea is a doctoral candidate with experience working with teens, young adults, and adults from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds with diverse concerns. She enjoys helping her clients overcome anxiety, depression, complex trauma, anger, and grief as well as build self-esteem, manage life transitions, establish self-concept and identity, and challenge/change unhelpful beliefs and behaviors. She brings experience in Community Mental Health and her work with military families to her work at ITS NW.
Andrea takes a client-centered approach and uses a solution-focused perspective to help her clients identify strengths, break down barriers, and identify and process underlying emotions.

Certifications: Child Mental Health Specialist, WA Approved Supervisor, CBT+

– Offering virtual (telehealth) appointments only –

253-460-7248 x 226

Amber Smith, LMFT

Doctoral Candidate - Marriage and Family Therapy - Northcentral University
MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Seattle Pacific University
BA - History - Liberty University

Amber is a Marriage and Family Therapist with over eight years of experience working with families and individuals ages 6 and up. She can help her clients with concerns including trauma, anxiety, depression, life transitions, developmental work. She has a special interest and background in helping first responders and their families.
Amber uses a variety of approaches including solution-focused, narrative, experiential, cognitive behavioral, and others. She tailors her therapeutic orientation to best fit her client’s needs.

Certifications: Certified First Responder Counselor, Trained in EMDR, CBT

253-460-7248 x 127

Erin Manning, LMFT

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Psychology - University of Arizona

Erin’s passion is working with children, teens, and young adults with concerns such as anxiety, PTSD, behavioral issues, depression, school related concerns, foster care or adoption complications, blended families, coping with divorce, and children with developmental delays or autism spectrum disorder. She brings a unique perspective from her two years of experience as a visitation supervisor for children in foster care in addition to her work in an outpatient community mental health facility focusing on children with developmental concerns or complex medical conditions.

Certifications: BLOOM, CBT, TF-CBT

253-460-7248 x 213

Mariette Guidry, LMFT

MS - Marriage and Family Therapy - Seattle Pacific University
BA - Sociology - University of Washington

Mariette has experience working with children, teens and adults. She can help individuals working through anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, life transitions, low self-esteem, or school and social issues, and she is excited about the prospect of engaging her clients in the process of positive change. She enjoys helping individuals and families resolve emotional and relational issues.

253-460-7248 X 202

John Michael Jennings, LMHC

MA - Counseling Psychology - The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology
BS - Psychology - University of Central Florida

John Michael works with individuals and families with concerns including depression, anxiety, self esteem, life transitions, trauma, and identity. He is particularly interested in working with teens and young adults. John Michael uses a relational and psychodynamic approach with clients to work with them collaboratively as well as explore attachment, personal relationships, and emotions.

Certifications: Pride Program

253-460-7248 x 138

Kirstin Han, LMFT

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BS - Psychology - Seattle University

Kirstin has experience working with individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and life stories, and can help adults, couples, and teens. She holds special interest in serving LGBTQIA+ folx by creating a safe space to process and heal trauma, as well as helping immigrant communities in addressing cross-cultural dynamics and communication. She particularly enjoys working with individuals who are seeking support, guidance, and/or positive life changes through self-empowerment and confidence building, as well as those seeking support throughout the perinatal period. Kirstin takes a bespoke approach to therapy by creating individualized experiences of healing, including a holistic focus on mind, body, and soul in addition to mental wellness.

Certifications: BLOOM, Pride Program, TF-CBT

253 460-7248 x 203

Holly Harden, LMFTA

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Social Welfare - University of Washington

Holly brings a diverse background and extensive experience to her work with couples, families, children, teens, and adults. She holds a special interest in working with child development, family relationships, parenting, anxiety, depression, religion/spirituality, and attachment. She has unique perspectives gained from her work as a Court Appointed Special Advocate, social worker, Family Resources Coordinator, and Family Advocate. She takes a systemic approach and enjoys working with multiple people in the room, whether that is a child with their parents, couples, or a large family system.

Certifications: BLOOM, TF-CBT

253 460-7248 x 221

Kelsey Wheat, LMFTA

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Psychology - Western Washington University

Kelsey enjoys working with blended families, children, and adolescents. She brings experience from her work at an inpatient facility as a pediatric mental health specialist to her clients at ITS, allowing her a unique approach especially for children with serious concerns. She prefers to include all members of a family in her counseling approach to help her clients navigate family dynamics.

Certifications: BLOOM, Pride Program, TF-CBT

253-460-7248 x 217

Sarah Beck, LMFTA

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Psychology - Linfield College

Sarah is a systems-trained therapist who incorporates solution-focused and narrative approaches in her work with clients. She enjoys working with children, teens, and adults as individuals or families with concerns including anxiety, depression, self-esteem, trauma, parenting difficulties, family concerns, and grief. She has a special interest and past experience working with children and teens to help them navigate the many changes and struggles that can occur during that time of life. She believes that her clients hold the key to their success and she is a guide to help them reach their goals.

Certifications: BLOOM, Pride Program, TF-CBT

253-460-7248 x 228

Emily Stephens, LMHCA

MA - Mental Health Counseling - St. Martin's University
BA - Geology - Carleton College

Emily enjoys working with teens and adults, and has a special interest in working with people during pregnancy and postpartum. She facilitated a postpartum support group for over five years before joining ITS, and has also worked as an advocate with survivors of sexual assault. She employs a Narrative and Family Systems approach with her clients, including listening to client stories through a lens of context and the systems of which they are a part. Emily uses her open-mindedness and anti-oppressive values to help guide her work with clients.

Certifications: BLOOM

253-460-7248 x 230

Christi Carlton, LMFTA

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BS - Psychology - Washington State University

Christi works with individuals, couples and families, including children and adults, to help with concerns including anxiety, depression, PTSD, blended families, abuse, trauma, and grief. She has a special interest in supporting the LGBTQ+ community, addressing women’s issues, as well as navigating sex and intimacy concerns.

Certifications: TF-CBT

– Offering virtual (telehealth) appointments only –

253-460-7248 x 227

Terri Cole, LMFTA

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BM - Music - University of Southern California

Terri is a family systems therapist who works with clients in areas including anxiety, depression, intimacy, communication, grief, divorce, life transitions, trauma, and PTSD. She sees individuals, couples, and families. Terri holds a special interest in working with mood disorders, attachment concerns, parenting skills, DBT, mindfulness, and the LGBTQ+ population.

Certifications: TF-CBT

253-460-7248 x 201

Darnita McCullah, LMFTA

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BS - Interdisciplinary Social Sciences - Central Washington University

Darnita enjoys working with couples who are struggling with communication, families, children, teens, and adults. As a previous visitation supervisor conducting supervised visits for children in foster care and their parents, she enjoys working with families that have been impacted by the foster care system. She also enjoys working on parenting, anxiety, depression, religion, and spirituality with a particular interest in working with children, and women addressing self-image concerns. She uses Narrative, Solution-Focused, and Experiential approaches. She is a systemic therapist with a client centered approach.

253-460-7248 x 229

Allie Peyton, LMFTA

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Seattle University
BA - History - Millsaps College
BA - Political Science - Millsaps College

Allie’s passion is working with adults, couples and teens on the different facets of identity we each hold to create pleasurable and safe relationships with self and others. Intimacy, communication, body image, attachment, family and societal narratives, and empowerment of emotional and physical needs and desires are a few of the areas Allie works with. Allie has experience with clients of varying walks of life and relationship constellation, kink/poly positive. Allie seeks to create healing and pleasurable relationships through building strengths, creating new meanings and intertwining a holistic perspective.

Certifications: BLOOM, Pride Program, RYT-200

253-460-7248 x 225

Jenna Evans, LMHCA

MA - Counseling Psychology - Yorkville University
BA - Exercise Science - University of Kentucky

Jenna works with families and individuals, particularly women and adolescent girls who suffer from depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, life transitions, and trauma. She is also passionate about working with young and seasoned athletes who need help with emotional regulation or sports anxiety, managing sports performance and outside stressors. Jenna incorporates mental training/visualization to help maximize sports performance.

Certifications: BLOOM, CBT, Mental Imagery

253-460-7248 x 218

Ashley Kortman, LMFTA

MS - Marriage and Family Therapy - Seattle Pacific University
BA - Theatre - Grand Canyon University

Ashley works with everyone, especially teens, adults, couples and families with a wide range of concerns in various stages of life. She is particularly interested in helping her clients work through concerns including anxiety, family relationships, depression, spirituality/religion, and self-image. She uses her experience from her education to access emotional vulnerability, including the use of art and theater to express oneself and promote healing.

Certifications: BLOOM

253-460-7248 x 219

Dawn Williams, LMFTA

MA - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Psychology - University of Washington, Tacoma
AA - Psychology - Tacoma Community College

After a 31-year career with a global humanitarian organization, Dawn is excited about her second act as a Marriage and Family Therapist. She is passionate about working with couples to strengthen their emotional and physical bonds through loving and effective communication strategies and techniques. She also enjoys working with families, adolescents, and children with a particular interest in helping people of color. Dawn is excited about learning, growing, and living her purpose, in addition to serving her community.

Certifications: BLOOM

253-460-7248 x 210

Jenée O'Brien, MS Candidate

MS Candidate - Marriage and Family Therapy - Seattle Pacific University
BA - Psychology - University of Oregon

Jenée brings ten years of experience as a spiritual guidance counselor for single women and young married couples to her work at ITS. She enjoys helping people find new ways of looking at their life, as she is passionate about health, self-care, and spiritual development. Jenée takes a postmodern approach to client care, indicating that the client and therapist can work collaboratively for the greater health and well-being of the client. She aims to create a loving and non-judgmental atmosphere to support her clients’ growth.

Certifications: Cultural Formulation Interview (CFI), Prepare/Enrich Facilitator

253-460-7248 x 222

Haley Ross, MA Candidate

MA Candidate - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Psychology - University of Washington

Haley likes working with anyone who is interested in digging into the processes, emotions, and stories beneath the surface that often drive our behaviors. She is particularly interested in assisting couples with navigating the inevitable challenges of nourishing a deep relationship. Haley takes a Narrative approach with her clients, in addition to applying her personal experience from ten years in the Personal Services industry.

253-460-7248 x 224

Grace Underwood, MS Candidate

MS Candidate - Marriage and Family Therapy - Seattle Pacific University
BA - Psychology - King University

Grace utilizes a systemic and emotionally-focused/attachment theory approach to her work with clients. She aspires to aid those who want to heal from various traumas in their lives, seek to grow, and increase their fullness. She is devoted to the work of embodiment and believes it is important to pay attention to the ways our bodies have been affected by the stories we carry: Our bodies are the homes that can help us heal. She views holding people’s stories of loss and pain as a great honor, and hopes to guide her clients toward restoration and wholeness in mind, body, and spirit. She is particularly interested in working with families, young adults, and mother-daughter relationships.

Certifications: Prepare Enrich

253-460-7248 x 220

Angharad Hollingworth, MA Candidate

MA Candidate - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Gender and Women's Studies - Knox University

Angharad works with individuals, couples, and families of all backgrounds. She has a particular interest in working with the LGBTQ+ community, especially youth, parents, and couples trying to conceive. Prior to joining ITS, Angharad spent five years as a birth, fertility, and parenthood doula. She uses emotionally-focused and intuitive-based approaches with her clients.

253-460-7248 x 232

Alanna Panter, MA Candidate

MA Candidate - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Psychology - Whitworth University
BA - Sociology - Whitworth University

Alanna can help individuals, couples, and families of all ages and backgrounds. She is particularly interested in addressing concerns such as anxiety, grief/loss, and chronic illness. She has previously worked as a residential counselor and family visitation supervisor. Alanna uses an experiential approach with her clients.

– Offering virtual (telehealth) appointments only –

253-460-7248 x 231

Jami Brandt, MA Candidate

MA Candidate - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Psychology - University of Washington, Tacoma

Jami enjoys helping individuals and couples of all ages. She is especially passionate about helping children and adolescents with ADHD as well as navigating their futures. She brings her experiences with her family to her work with clients to help them address their concerns with compassion and creativity.

253-460-7248 x 119

Lauren Doran, MA Candidate

MA Candidate – Couples and Family Therapy – Seattle University
BA – Public Health – University of Arkansas

Lauren works with individuals, couples, and families of every age. She can help her clients address concerns including self-esteem, trauma, relationship stress, anxiety, depression, and life transitions. She also works with grief and loss, including the death of loved ones, pets, and imagined futures that accompany unfortunate life events such as infidelity, break ups, or job loss. She takes a systemic and bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach to working with clients, and she is driven by her empathy and curiosity. Through her own experience in therapy she has learned the value of having a space to explore personal narratives, heal from trauma, and experience relational healing. She looks forward to empowering her clients along their personal journeys toward feeling whole, making meaning, and experiencing authentic connection with themselves and others.

253-460-7248 x 233

Ahlia Kim, MS Candidate

MS Candidate - Marriage and Family Therapy - Seattle Pacific University
MA Candidate - Theology - Seattle Pacific University
BA - Biblical Studies - Grand Canyon University

Ahlia uses a collaborative approach to work with individuals, couples, and families of all ages. She utilizes a variety of models, including Narrative therapy, and integrates respect, compassion, and transparency into her relationship with her clients. She holds a special interest in working with people who desire to integrate their spirituality, faith practices, or personal beliefs into the therapeutic process. This includes addressing concerns including spiritual abuse, trauma, or disaffiliation from a religious community.

253-460-7248 x 204

Kat Lebo, MA Candidate

MA Candidate - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Sociology and Anthropology - University of Puget Sound

Kat enjoys working with individuals, couples, and adults of all ages. She helps clients with concerns including depression, anxiety, workplace stress, identity development, trauma, communication, life transitions, and intimacy. She brings her experience working in elementary school settings to her therapeutic approach, incorporating a supportive, non-judgmental, curious, and empathetic attitude into relationships with her clients.

253-460-7248 x 137

Katie Roberts, MS Candidate

MS Candidate - Marriage and Family Therapy - Seattle Pacific University
BS - Psychology - Seattle Pacific University

Katie takes a collaborative, client-centered, solution-focused approach to her work with clients. She works with teens, adults, and couples. She can help with depression including self-injury and suicidal ideation, relationships, spirituality, self-esteem, and communication.

253-460-7248 x 209

Trinity Songha, MA Candidate

MA Candidate - Marriage and Family Therapy - Pacific Lutheran University
BA - Interdisciplinary Program, emphasis on Psychology - The Evergreen State College

Trinity works with clients of all ages and backgrounds. She enjoys working with the LGBTQ+ community as well as helping couples navigate communication, intimacy, and bonding. Additionally, she has a special interest in helping first generation immigrants navigate acculturation challenges and cross-cultural dynamics. She brings her background in yoga and massage to her holistic approach to therapy, allowing her to incorporate mind, body, and spirit in the healing process.

253-460-7248 x 234

Jacqueline "Jacqui" Parkes, LMFT, LMHC, CMHS, Co-Founder of ITSNW

RETIRED
MA - Counseling Psychology, emphasis in Child and Family Therapy - St. Martin’s University
JD - University of San Diego
call: 253.460.7248
email: info@integratedtherapynw.com
fax: 253.564.4409
3560 Bridgeport Way W
Suite 2-C
University Place, WA 98466