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Our mission is to provide clinically sound, biblically based therapy to individuals, couples and/or families so they may experience optimum spiritual, mental, emotional and relational health.
Paul is licensed in the state of Washington as a Mental Health Counselor (#LH00011107). He earned his B.A. in Psychology from Biola University in La Mirada, CA (1990) and his M.A. in Counseling from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA (1994). He also earned a Certificate in Biblical Studies from the Lutheran Bible Institute of Seattle in Issaquah, WA (1984). Paul is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Paul's areas of interest include:
Kim is licensed in the state of Washington as a Mental Health Counselor (#LH00011108). She earned her B.A. in Psychology from Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Florida (1990) and her M.A. in Counseling from Regent University in Virginia Beach, VA (1994). Kim is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. Kim is also trained in Elijah House Prayer Counseling, and is certified to facilitate training for others in lay counseling, from the Elijah House School of Ministry.
Kim's areas of interest include:
Kim is not currently taking any new clients but is available for all current and past clients seen.
Tim Van Rheenen
Tim received his B.A. in Psychology from Roanoke College in 2007, and his dual M.A. in Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy from Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in 2010. Tim is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#LF60426020) in the state of Washington. Tim has also received certification from the American Association of Sex Addiction Therapy, as a Sexual Recovery Therapist (CSRT).
Tim's approach to counseling is informed by Family Systems Theory, Emotion Focused Therapy, and Internal Family Systems, all of which emphasize the importance of relationships in healing and growth. Tim works to promote experiences during the course of therapy that are transformative and allow the client to experience themselves and others in new and surprising ways, primarily through accessing underlying emotions and root causes of behavior.
Even more foundational than theoretical approaches, Tim relies on his faith in God and prayer to guide the counseling process and welcomes discussion from clients about their spirituality, believing this to be the ultimate pathway to change.
Tim works with individuals, couples, and families.
Tim's areas of interest include:
Becky is licensed in the state of Washington as a Mental Health Counselor (#LH60461713). Prior to earning her Master of Arts in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, Florida (2009), Becky earned dual degrees in Psychology and Fine Arts from the University of California, Irvine. Becky has also served on staff with Campus Crusade for Christ for 12 years as a writer, graphic designer and member of the Dr. Henry Cloud – Answers for Life Seminar team.
Becky provides a safe place for people to face past hurts and relational problems that cause ongoing pain so they are free to love and be loved as God intended. She has a special heart for those struggling with depression, loss, anxiety, co-dependency, trauma and sexual abuse, and crises of faith. Becky also enjoys helping discouraged couples explore new ways of cultivating intimacy and shared hope in their relationships. She utilizes Prepare/Enrich relationship assessment tools, and has received Bridging the Couple Chasm training through The Gottman Institute.
Becky considers it an honor to join people on their journey toward personal growth, wholeness, and inner healing.
Becky's areas of interest include:
Crises of Faith
Meghan Rush is licensed in the state of Washington as a Mental Health Counselor (#LH60890407). Megan received her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling (60 hours) through Liberty University. She also earned her B.A. in Psychology/Christian Counseling from Liberty University in Lynchburg, VA (2012).
Meghan has provided pastoral counseling for many years and has counseled women and teens for over ten years in lay counseling settings.
Meghan's areas of interest include:
Various Life Problems
Patrick is a nationally certified and Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the state of Washington (LH60772222). He holds a Master's degree in Theology as well as a Bachelor's degree in Religious studies from Faith International University and a Master's of Counseling from Denver Seminary.
While Patrick's training allows him to work with all people, he specializes in individuals, marriages, and children (ages five and older) over a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, relationship problems, trauma and personal growth goals. Patrick utilizes a combination of approaches for helping his clients including CBT, EMDR, and family systems. Patrick also uses his faith in Jesus and his training in theology as a guide for helping his clients and enjoys working with clients who are seeking with their spiritual life. He also combines humor and directness with the ability to listen empathetically. Patrick's passion is to be a part of bringing health and joy to families throughout the Columbia Valley.
Danielle is a Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate student at Walden University, currently completing her professional experience hours.
Danielle has a special desire to work with children, adolescents, and adult women who are struggling in areas of anxiety, depression, stress management, self-image/self-worth, and parenting struggles. Danielle looks at the client through a holistic lens, viewing problems as multifaceted and to be addressed in a variety of different ways such as relational, spiritual, psychological, emotional, and nutritional. Danielle is trained in HeartMath therapeutic interventions which integrates heart monitoring software and breathing exercises to help decrease feelings of anger, depression, anxiety, and grief. Danielle believes in meeting the client where he or she is at and does so by integrating Impact Therapy into the session which introduces the clients to props, analogies, and when appropriate, humor.
Danielle received national attention in 2018 as a NBCC Rural Scholar, where she was recognized for her academics and passion towards serving rural communities. Danielle is required to receive supervision during completion of professional experience hours, therefore she is under the clinical supervision of Kim Barger, M.A., LMHC, who is approved to provide that supervision. Please be aware that your case will be continually clinically reviewed in a confidential manner within Strength of Life Counseling Services.