Kim De Ramus Lareau

LPC

About

Life can be hard! Sometimes life deals us a set of circumstances that we aren’t sure how to navigate. Sometimes life is just confusing, and it can be hard to make sense of it all. You may find yourself asking questions like “how did I get here” and “how do I move forward”. There is where counseling could come in as a tool-- one of the biggest benefits of therapy is having a safe place to share how you are really doing and feeling.
I value creating a safe place space to understand your true identity and thrive in your current situation. I believe that my clients are experts on themselves and collaborate with you in our work together.
You don’t have to walk alone! It is my desire that clients can learn to be present in their daily lives and persevere with hope for the future. I consider it a honor to help clients hold even that mustard seed of hope and watch it grow. I have specialized training in trauma, EMDR, life transitions, grief and loss, and anxiety work.

Life can be hard! Sometimes life deals us a set of circumstances that we aren’t sure how to navigate. Sometimes life is just confusing, and it can be hard to make sense of it all. You may find yourself asking questions like “how did I get here” and “how do I move forward”. There is where counseling could come in as a tool-- one of the biggest benefits of therapy is having a safe place to share how you are really doing and feeling.
I value creating a safe place space to understand your true identity and thrive in your current situation. I believe that my clients are experts on themselves and collaborate with you in our work together.
You don’t have to walk alone! It is my desire that clients can learn to be present in their daily lives and persevere with hope for the future. I consider it a honor to help clients hold even that mustard seed of hope and watch it grow. I have specialized training in trauma, EMDR, life transitions, grief and loss, and anxiety work.

Whitney Dickey

LMFTA

About

I am an individual and couples therapist at the Bellevue Trauma Recovery Center and I hold a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in Santa Barbara and is licensed to practice in Washington State. With dedication and expertise in the field of mental health, I am committed to providing comprehensive, trauma-informed therapeutic support.

Serving both adolescents and adults, I utilize a person-centered approach and provides therapy from a holistic lens. My skills are rooted in Somatic Therapy, Polyvagal Theory, Emotional Transformation Therapy, and Internal Family Systems. I believe that assisting clients in building autonomy and choice in therapy is critical for healing.

My overall experience spans across diverse populations, including new parents, grief-stricken individuals, survivors of abuse, those impacted by infidelity, individuals dealing with PTSD, anxiety, and more. I am also particularly attuned to the needs of Latinx/Global Majority, LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities.

Within the therapy experience, I consider the unique blend of histories, cultures, beliefs, relationships, identities, and stories that are a play. I am committed to forming relationships rooted in consideration, trust, and care, ensuring a supportive and affirming space for clients and their support systems.

Embark on a transformative journey, where compassionate guidance, individualized care, and a commitment to well-being form the cornerstone of your therapeutic experience.

I am an individual and couples therapist at the Bellevue Trauma Recovery Center and I hold a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in Santa Barbara and is licensed to practice in Washington State. With dedication and expertise in the field of mental health, I am committed to providing comprehensive, trauma-informed therapeutic support.

Serving both adolescents and adults, I utilize a person-centered approach and provides therapy from a holistic lens. My skills are rooted in Somatic Therapy, Polyvagal Theory, Emotional Transformation Therapy, and Internal Family Systems. I believe that assisting clients in building autonomy and choice in therapy is critical for healing.

My overall experience spans across diverse populations, including new parents, grief-stricken individuals, survivors of abuse, those impacted by infidelity, individuals dealing with PTSD, anxiety, and more. I am also particularly attuned to the needs of Latinx/Global Majority, LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities.

Within the therapy experience, I consider the unique blend of histories, cultures, beliefs, relationships, identities, and stories that are a play. I am committed to forming relationships rooted in consideration, trust, and care, ensuring a supportive and affirming space for clients and their support systems.

Embark on a transformative journey, where compassionate guidance, individualized care, and a commitment to well-being form the cornerstone of your therapeutic experience.

Catherine Veliz

Associate Marriage and Family Therapist

About

As long as I can remember helping others has always been a passion of mine. As an associate marriage and family therapist, walking alongside your journey often feels like a privilege. I truly believe the foundation of a therapeutic relationship begins with trust, empathy, and listening and with that I tailor the treatment approach to fit each client’s needs. I have worked with various populations of diverse background that have struggled with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, grief and loss, and body image issues. A few modalities I utilize are cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, narrative therapy, and strength-based therapy. I would love to be a part of your journey to growth and help you become the best version of yourself.

As long as I can remember helping others has always been a passion of mine. As an associate marriage and family therapist, walking alongside your journey often feels like a privilege. I truly believe the foundation of a therapeutic relationship begins with trust, empathy, and listening and with that I tailor the treatment approach to fit each client’s needs. I have worked with various populations of diverse background that have struggled with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, grief and loss, and body image issues. A few modalities I utilize are cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, narrative therapy, and strength-based therapy. I would love to be a part of your journey to growth and help you become the best version of yourself.

Stephanie Landrum

LPC

About

Are you feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, and stressed all the time? Do you find yourself laying awake at night thinking about your to-do list, worries, or replaying events from the day? Many of my clients find themselves struggling with anxiety, OCD, stress, or burnout.

I specialize in anxiety and related disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), life transitions/adjustments, women's issues, and stress management. I provide a safe, non-judgmental space for all clients to work on their therapeutic goals, utilizing an integrative approach.

Reaching out to a therapist to connect with can be a very difficult first step. I would love to answer any questions you may have regarding my therapeutic style and discuss setting up your first appointment.

Are you feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, and stressed all the time? Do you find yourself laying awake at night thinking about your to-do list, worries, or replaying events from the day? Many of my clients find themselves struggling with anxiety, OCD, stress, or burnout.

I specialize in anxiety and related disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), life transitions/adjustments, women's issues, and stress management. I provide a safe, non-judgmental space for all clients to work on their therapeutic goals, utilizing an integrative approach.

Reaching out to a therapist to connect with can be a very difficult first step. I would love to answer any questions you may have regarding my therapeutic style and discuss setting up your first appointment.

Michael Kanner

LPC

About

Michael received his master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Richmont Graduate University, as well as certificates in Marriage & Family Therapy and Trauma Counseling. Michael has also pursued additional relationally-focused training through the highly regarded Gottman Institute and is a certified facilitator of Prepare/Enrich relationship assessments.

Michael works with adolescents, adults, and couples to address a wide range of needs including: anxiety, depression, life adjustment, suicidal thoughts, spiritual development, sexual identity, relationship communication, conflict resolution, pre-marital education, and family systems under duress. He seeks to create a safe and collaborative space for clients to move towards hope and healing. Michael’s approach to the therapeutic process is best expressed by the Jon Kabat-Zinn quote, “You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.”

Before his career in counseling, Michael earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Kennesaw State University and spent several years working for Apple Inc. as a manager and trainer. Throughout high school and college, Michael worked as a martial arts instructor, a pursuit that he credits with cultivating both an appreciation for mindfulness and fostering his continued enthusiasm for physical fitness.

Michael received his master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Richmont Graduate University, as well as certificates in Marriage & Family Therapy and Trauma Counseling. Michael has also pursued additional relationally-focused training through the highly regarded Gottman Institute and is a certified facilitator of Prepare/Enrich relationship assessments.

Michael works with adolescents, adults, and couples to address a wide range of needs including: anxiety, depression, life adjustment, suicidal thoughts, spiritual development, sexual identity, relationship communication, conflict resolution, pre-marital education, and family systems under duress. He seeks to create a safe and collaborative space for clients to move towards hope and healing. Michael’s approach to the therapeutic process is best expressed by the Jon Kabat-Zinn quote, “You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf.”

Before his career in counseling, Michael earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Kennesaw State University and spent several years working for Apple Inc. as a manager and trainer. Throughout high school and college, Michael worked as a martial arts instructor, a pursuit that he credits with cultivating both an appreciation for mindfulness and fostering his continued enthusiasm for physical fitness.