Areas of Interest:
Child or Adolescent
Marital and Premarital
Elise Hale-Case, MA, LMHC
Mental Health Counselor
I am not taking clients in my private practice. Please consider working with another Mosaic Therapist or emailing email@example.com for referrals.
I believe that people need to be heard and seen in order for them to feel comfortable and safe in their own skin. Therapy can provide a space that can hold you (in all of your parts, your selves, your experiences, your context) and can also be a place where, together, we can explore those parts, those selves, and those experiences to seek healing, understanding, and ultimately self-love. What happens between us during therapy can shed some light and help you understand what happens in your relationships outside the therapeutic office. I approach therapy from a kind, non-judgmental, and very present place. I might ask questions that invite you to examine more about what is happening for you internally while we are together.
I am particularly interested in working with women, queer couples, and people struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, domestic violence, self-esteem, relationship distress, loneliness, and/or sexual orientation and identity.
Education and Training
I earned a Bachelors of Arts from Mount Holyoke College and a Masters of Arts in Counseling and Psychology as well as a Master’s of Arts in Theology and Culture from the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. I believe pursuing counseling as a career means committing to a lifetime of learning. I am both excited for and dedicated to continuing to learn through trainings. Some more recent training topics I have attended are non-violent communication, undoing institutional racism, assessing suicidality and mindfulness and meditation.
Fees & Contact Info
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