Mental Health CounselingPerson-centered mental health services to individuals and families at our clinics and schools
Programs & Services
Clinic-Based Mental Health
Clinic-based Mental health services include individual therapy, conjoint therapy, family therapy and case management, using evidence based-practices. Additionally, we collaborate with important people in our clients’ lives (family members, teachers, case workers, doctors, friends) in order to strengthen their supports that foster long term success. Some of our therapy clients may receive medication monitoring on-site when appropriate.
Our masters level mental health therapists offer guidance to individuals, couples, and families who may be dealing with issues that affect their mental health and well-being.We work with such issues as depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, ADD/ADHD, divorce and separations as well as other family disruptions and transitions. Therapists work with a diversity of clients. They encourage clients to discuss their emotions and experiences and help them define their treatment goals, plan their course of action/treatment, and gain insight into their thoughts and behaviors. Additionally, therapists can refer their clients to our Telepsych services for medication management when appropriate. This program is accredited by CARF International and Licensed by Washington State Department of Health.
Age 6 to 99 (for Infant-Early Childhood Mental Health, serving children under age six, please see our Community-Based Intensive Services program)
Funding eligibility will be determined when screened for services.
How to Access Service
Call our CHS Centralized Screening at 206-631-8887 between 9 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday, then you will be given an assessment appointment. Please have your Medicaid/Apple Health or Insurance number available when you call.
Shoreline: 14803 15th Ave. NE
Edmonds: 21727 76th Ave. W. STE J.
Bothell: 12900 NE 180th St. Suite 140