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We are a group of independent therapists united in our vision to provide compassionate mental health care to our community.


Clarissa Jones Ginger, MA LMHC, NCC

I have nearly 30 years experience working with individuals and groups from children through geriatrics in a variety of settings including rehabilitation, community mental health and home health. I work with children, adolescence, families and individuals to help them achieve their relationship and personal goals. Interventions used include behavioral approaches, cognitive-behavioral approaches, mindfulness, complex integration of multiple brain systems (CIMBS) and Life Span Integration, Gottman approach.

I work with individuals and families dealing with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, PTSD/trauma, and family issues. Because of my background in occupational therapy and having a child myself with special needs I have a special area of interest in helping families dealing with the unique challenges of raising children with special needs.

Are you feeling alone?

Are your relationships stressful and out of balance?        

Is your family in conflict or dealing with loss?

I congratulate you on taking steps to heal your relationships and yourself.  A wise man said:  “I have seen that in any great undertaking it is not enough for man to depend simply upon himself.” – Lone Man, Teto Sioux.  In counseling you are not alone and I believe that people have the great capacity to change and grow to achieve full and gratifying relationships and lives when given the right support.

About Me

I have 32 years experience working with individuals and groups from children through geriatrics in a variety of settings including rehabilitation, community mental health and home health.  I have a sincere passion with working with people of all ages from the very young to the very old.  Having a child myself with Down syndrome and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and my background in occupational therapy I have an interest in helping families dealing with the unique challenges of raising children with special needs.

About Counseling

My approach to counseling is to provide you with a warm, caring, and accepting environment in which to explore solutions to your concerns. Therapy is a collaborative process between me and my clients.  Counseling may look different depending on if I am working with a child, teenager, adult or a family group.   Interventions used include cognitive-behavioral approaches, and complex integration of multiple brain systems (CIMBS), life span integration, and Gottman approach.

Call me today to begin receiving the support you deserve!

Clarissa Jones, MA, LMHC, NCC

Call 425.418.7032 or send me a confidential email

I take insurance if your provider allows out of network services. I am currently in - network with First Choice, Regence, and Boeing.    I have a sliding scale for those who qualify.  I also take VISA, Master Card, and American Express

Counseling Services


  • Transition issues
  • Abuse
  • Special Needs
  • Behavior
  • Anxiety


  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Anger
  • Transitions
  • School difficulties
  • Peer conflicts 


  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • PTSD/Trauma
  • Relationship
  • Self-esteem


  • Conflict
  • Divorce
  • Step parenting
  • Communication
  • Caregivers of frail elderly or disabled
  • Grief and Loss

Barbara Olson  MA, LMHC, NCC


I invite you into a safe, confidential & compassionate place to receive relief from depression, anxiety, grief, & frustration…to leave with hope & encouragement. Counseling helps you learn about yourself, making changes to become the kind of person you really want to be. You can overcome the impact of the past, become strong, confident, & content, and embody the needed skills to influence life’s challenges.


I have 34 years of experience working with people, their emotional needs, and their personal journey towards growth and healing. My work encompasses a deep valuing of human experience in all its complexity, an unconditional regard for individual uniqueness, and a belief that the client has the capacity for positive change within.

Yes, I do accept insurance, as an Out of Network Provider. My fee is between $125 per 50 minute session and $180 per 80 minute session.  I accept cash, checks, Debit cards, Discover, VISA and Master Card.

A variety of day time hours at a discreet location are available to honor your confidentiality. Things often do not get better on their own; it takes us stepping forward, even when it feels difficult or uncomfortable, to make that first call and start on the path to healing. Call today: receive the support you need for healing. Please leave a message if you do not get me personally. I return calls promptly.

Barbara Olson, MA, LMHC, NCC   425-297-3225

Or send me a confidential email. I’ll respond within 24 hours.

Providing relief for those who are experiencing:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Anger
  • Guilt
  • Shame
  • Spiritual Concerns
  • Abortion Recovery
  • Life Transitions
  • Stress
  • Grief and Loss
  • Domestic Violence
  • Childhood Trauma

  • Trauma Recovery  - PTSD
  • Adult Children of Alcoholics
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Verbal Abuse
  • Divorce Recovery
  • Co-dependency
  • Parenting
  • Crisis
  • Self-Esteem
  • Self-Criticism

Debbie Taylor  

Therapy creates a safe space for a thoughtful exploration of feelings and choices wherever you are in your life journey. I will work with you as an individual, couple, youth or family to understand your goals and help you achieve them. My theoretical approach depends on your needs, but I commonly use Experiential, Lifespan Integration, Cognitive Behavioral, Family Systems and Solution Focused modalities.

I have worked in Costa Rica, Canada, and the United States. I am fluent in Spanish and experienced in cross-cultural situations. My education includes an undergraduate degree in Human Biology from Stanford University, a Masters in Christian Studies from Regent College in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, and a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University.Before moving to Monroe, I worked at Youth Eastside Services in Bellevue, WA. while in private practice in Redmond, WA.

I presently lead a group for teen parents and teach resilience skills to  adults through Take the Next Step in Monroe, WA ( I am a certified Positive Discipline parenting instructor and a Prepare-Enrich premarital facilitator.

I hope you will enjoy reading my blog and find it informative and helpful.

Feel free to give me a call or send me an email to discuss your concerns.

Cell: 425.891.4449 or email me


Un ambiente terapéutica crea un espacio de confianza para la exploración de los sentimientos y las opciones en cualquier paso de la vida. Trabajaré contigo como individuo, pareja, joven o familia para entender sus metas y ayudarle a conseguirles. Mi enfoque teorética depende de sus necesidades, pero más comúnmente utilizo las modalidades experiencial, integración del ciclo vital, comportamiento cognitiva, soluciones enfocados, y sistemas de familias.

He trabajado en Costa Rica, Canadá y los Estados Unidos. Hablo español y tengo mucha experiencia intercultural. Mi educación incluye un bachillerato en biología humana de la Universidad de Stanford en California, una maestría en estudios cristianos de Regent College en Vancouver, Canadá, y una Maestría en Terapia para Matrimonios y Familias de La Universidad de Seattle Pacific. Trabajé en “Youth Eastside Services” en Bellevue, Washington y en una oficina privada en Redmond, WA, antes de mudarme a Monroe.

Dirijo un grupo para padres adolescentes y enseno classes para adultos en  “Take the Next Step”, Monroe ( Enseño clases para padres de familia que se llaman “Disciplina Positiva” y para parejas comprometidas utilizo “Prepárate/Enriquécete.”

Siéntase libre llamarme o enviarme un correo electrónico para discutir sus preocupaciones.

Teléfono 425-891-4449  email


Steve Harper, LMFT, CMHS

How are you feeling? I believe that each of us, as human beings, want to be good and are born so. Experiencing unpleasant emotions can come from how we process information based on our life struggles and beliefs about ourselves. Whatever problem or situation has you seeking support; I believe you are so much more than your problems and see the people I work with as a whole person capable of healthy relationships, growth and achieving personal goals and dreams.


About Me

I earned a Master of Arts Degree in Psychology from Antioch University in Seattle, specializing in marriage and family therapy. I participate in ongoing training on topics that are of interest to me and that will help me help you.

I have over 8 years of experience supporting clients with Depression, Attachment Issues, Mood Instability, Anxiety, Internalized Oppression, Self-Image/Self Esteem, Stress Management,  Parenting and Family Concerns, Trauma, and Couples Counseling.

Approach to Counseling

Together we can work on strengthening self-acceptance, independence and inner freedom and lessening feelings of hurt, anger and sadness in an atmosphere of safety and trust.  We can help heal wounds and uncover potential that is preventing you from living life to the fullest and feel better.

In order to get to know one another prior to a full-length session, I offer complimentary 20-minute consultation appointments, either in person or by phone. This time with you will help me understand what type of support you are seeking, and it will help you decide if I am the right therapist for you.

I look forward to talking with you!

Contact me at  425-299-3219 or

I am an in-network provider for Premera, Regence, Group Health, and First Choice Health Insurance. In addition, I am qualified as an out-of-network insurance provider for most insurance companies. 

I also accept VISA and Master Card, Discover and American Express.

Sarah Davison, MS, LMFT


Are you looking for support through change, a place to heal, or a way to recover from life events?  I am here to partner with you through your healing process. Many of us struggle with anxiety, depression, and trauma that hinders us from living the life we hope is possible. It is possible to create new ways of thinking and experiencing our life. There are proven methods to bring about the changes you are looking for. Some life events are unexpected and have a huge impact on us. We can benefit from guided conversations as we go through the difficult process of adapting to change.

Feel free to call or email me to ask questions or set up an appointment. I can be reached at: 425.442.2100 or send me a confidential e-mail. If you do not reach me directly, you can expect a return call or email within 24 hours. If you would like to know more about my professional background, feel free to look at my LinkedIn profile.  I look forward to speaking with you soon!

“It’s the small things done often that make the difference.”  -John Gottman

Sarah Davison
MS, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Counseling Fees:

I accept insurance if your provider allows Out-of-Network Providers.

My fee is $125 per 50 minute session and $180 per 80 minute session. I have a sliding scale for those who qualify.

I accept cash, debit cards, VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

I suggest checking with your insurance provider before your first session to know what to expect regarding your mental health deductible, benefits and reimbursement.

Counseling Services Provided:


  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Trauma Recovery

  • Family of Origin Issues

  • Overwhelmed or Stressed

  • Grief and Loss

  • Loneliness

  • Life Transitions


  • Premarital Therapy including being a Prepare/Enrich Seminar Director

  • Parenting including being a Love & Logic Facilitator

  • Communication and Conflict Resolution


  • Current Dynamics

  • Transitions

  •  Grief and Loss

Additional Specialties include:

  • Clergy Care

  • Clinical Supervision