Dr. Wykes degree in Counselor Education and Supervision with a Major in Marriage and Family Therapy trained him to provide educational and supervisory skills to therapists and psychologists in training as well as for him to provide comprehensive and effective services to clients.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor WA (LH00007178)
Chemical Dependency Professional WA (CP00004138)
Clinical Director: ClearView Counseling (31 1211 00),
DBHR approved DUI assessment facility. Regent University faculty
Many therapists soon discover that all the treatment models and methods presented in graduate school do not always fit with every client, or even with every therapist. Dr. Wykes is able to apply many theories and models to your individual treatment. However, he believes strongly that thoughts, emotions and behaviors are deeply connected and that if movement can be made in one of these areas, then change can happen. His work with men over the years has confirmed to him the importance of helping men get in touch with their emotions and he is able to do this in a humorous, effective and respectful way.
Kathie Stratmeyer, MA, LMFT
M.A. Marital and Family Therapy, Fuller Theological Seminary
M.A. Theology; Fuller Theological Seminary.
Kathie has worked in a variety of treatment settings including; foster care, in-patient psychiatric facility, a methadone treatment center and as a practitioner in a rural setting.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Washington
Clinical Member of the American Association of Christian Counselors
Kathie primarily uses a systems approach to treatment, illuminating the effects of relationships on an individual or family. Kathie will often utilize interventions from cognitive and behavioral psychology as well as other theories as they apply to the presenting problem. Treatment is supportive in nature and will include assisting clients in altering unhelpful interactions with self or others. Kathie offers individual, couple, and family therapy to achieve the client's goals. Treatment typically lasts three to six months, but on occasion is shorter or longer depending upon the presenting problem. Treatment ends at a mutually agreed upon time. It is most often in the client's best interest to have a last session specifically designated for talking about one's reasons for stopping as well as one's progress.
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