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Cindy Wolf LMHC
Cindy believes in living life with thoughtfulness and compassion and brings that idea with her into her counseling practice. Cindy has her Master of Arts in Counseling (MAC) from the CACREP accredited counseling program at Western Seminary in Portland, OR. She has her Bachelor of Arts (BA) in International Ministries from Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. Cindy is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (LMHCA) in Washington State. She is also registered with the National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC) as a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Cindy has lived and done ministry work in Native American Reservations in Canada and the US, in inner-city environments in Chicago, Illinois and Belfast, Northern Ireland, in small towns in England and Oregon, and in a village in Kenya, East Africa. She enjoys and has experience working with individuals, women, men, and older adults from many cultures and backgrounds. Cindy has worked as a counselor in a private practice environment as well as in community mental health so has come along side people from all walks of life and helped them on their unique journeys.
I believe that there is hope for all those who struggle. I approach counseling as a collaborative process in which we thoughtfully identify both the roots of pain and effective strategies for working through it. In the context of a safe therapeutic relationship, we will develop a plan for reaching your personalized goals that incorporates your unique strengths, resources, supports, values, and cultural factors.
I find it an honor to walk with you on your journey toward a path of health and healing mentally, emotionally, relationally, and spiritually. I utilize a person-centered approach to counseling and integrate principles and techniques from therapies such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Strength Based Treatment, and Solution-Focused Therapy depending on your individual needs. I focus on creating a safe space for honoring your pain and struggle, learning new life skills, and making positive changes happen so that you may live your life with meaning and hope.