Survivors of Suicide Loss

Julie Andrews

My intention is to help you realize that you are enough, loved, heard and worthy. I hold specializations in addiction, anxiety and trauma. I am also trained in EMDR and Brainspotting.

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Lara Symonds

Founder and Director of OptimalLife Wellness Center in Bellevue, Washington since 2013. I am a marriage and family therapist specializing in trauma recovery, PTSD, and anxiety using a mind-body approach to healing and empowerment.

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Jonathan Lee

My name is Jon (they/them/theirs). I identify as a non-binary, queer, somatic psychotherapist, who comes from a Taiwanese immigrant family background.

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Pam Monjar

Pam is a Certified Grief Counseling Specialist in Brentwood, Tennessee. Working full-time in her private practice, Your Soul’s Story, she specializes in grief, loss, and trauma over the lifespan including death and dying.

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Kathryn E Bingner

After practicing counseling for 7 years, I have learned so much, but sometimes, the biggest lesson has been not knowing the answer. I enjoy collaborating and learning from others! I look forward to being a part of a supportive community.

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Melissa Larsen

My main goal in a therapy session is to let you be heard, and to get to the bottom of what’s going on. I specialize in treating trauma with EMDR therapy. I focus on your strengths, and support curiosity and self compassion.

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Sarah Joseph

I am an EMDR-trained therapist who helps clients explore how their nervous system has adapted to stress and trauma over their life span. My background is in trauma-sensitive yoga. I am pursuing training in Internal Family Systems Therapy and EFIT.

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Courtney Hanley Sherron

I have over ten years of experience working with individuals living with and overcoming trauma, childhood abuse/neglect, sexual violence, domestic violence, infidelity, and grief. I specialize in treating PSTD and other trauma-related disorders.

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Gabrielle Kilgore

I believe that while no life is without some measure of pain or struggle; therapy can be a transformative, healing process which opens the door to a more fulfilling relationship with yourself and others.

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Emily Griffin

Mom of four sons and a daughter in a blended family. Childhood trauma survivor. I support proactive parents who want to break unhealthy family patterns, heal wounds, and find everyday joy.

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