Michelle Warsing, MA, LMFT, MHP, Registered Play Therapist
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Mental Health Professional
Michelle received her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Antioch University Seattle and also completed the yearlong certification program in Play Therapy at Antioch University Seattle. Michelle’s approach to therapy is best described as relationally based, emotion-focused, and client-centered. As a play therapist, she believes that playfulness and creativity are important components in client’s growth and healing and she utilizes creative and expressive therapeutic modalities in most sessions. Michelle is skilled at working with children and their families and believes that parental involvement is important to the therapeutic process whenever possible and appropriate. She has experience working with clients dealing with trauma, major life transitions, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, behavior issues, sensory issues, and ADHD. In her free time, Michelle enjoys spending time outdoors with her family and her dog with activities including mountain biking and skiing.
Contact Michelle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jamie Billetdeaux-Deely, MA, LMFT, CMHS, Registered Play Therapist
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Child Mental Health Specialist
“My role as a therapist is to create a safe welcoming space and develop a trusting relationship with people to allow them to show up as their authentic selves. I work with my clients to navigate and work through the challenges they are experiencing, help them feel more comfortable in their own skin, feel more capable and confident and embrace their unique gifts and the things that make them special. In working with children I utilize play therapy, a developmentally appropriate treatment approach, and other creative therapeutic activities. I work to include the caregiver in the process as much as possible. My goal is to help you feel more successful, capable, and confident as a parent while working to support your child’s well-being and development. In working with young children, I often meet with child and caregiver together which supports their attachment needs and developmental needs.
I enjoy working with people of all ages who want to take a look at becoming more of their authentic self. If you are someone who feels you might identify as “sensitive” in a world that is overwhelming, if you experience ongoing anxiety, if you are looking to consider family dynamics and relationships, if you have experienced challenges in life adjustments, loss, or are just wanting to become more fully you but have been having a hard time getting to that on your own I might be a good fit for you.
Clients I work with are often experiencing anxiety/worry/fear, challenges with change/adjustments, loss, grief, trauma, perfectionism, challenges with self-esteem/worth, sensory processing issues, relationship or parent-child issues, issues related to adoption and foster care, and some are learning to better understand their unique qualities such as being highly sensitive.”
Jamie received her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Antioch University Seattle, completed the yearlong certificate program in Play Therapy at Antioch University Seattle, and is a Registered Play Therapist. In her free time, Jamie loves spending time with her family (including two kitties!) and friends, cooking, listening to music, crafts, and art.