Bothell Clinical Director
Jeannie utilizes multiple approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Motivational Interviewing. My approach with clients is that of “meet the client where they are” so that I am able to help that client reach their goals. I work with clients of all ages from age 4 years old and up. I see children, adolescents, teens, and adults. I work with families and couples. I especially enjoy working with teens and their parents. I believe that relationship is often misunderstood and it is important to help build that relationship up for everyone.
Child, Adolescent, and Adult Counselor
As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate, Dr. Troll provides therapy for children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Troll received both his Masters and Doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Northwest University. Over the past several years, Dr. Troll has had the opportunity to work with children and adolescents from varying backgrounds, and in various settings. He has worked as a clinician at an intensive, outpatient drug and alcohol treatment program for adolescents; as a facilitator and supervisor for court-ordered, therapeutic visitations; and as a counselor at his Everett Foursquare church. Dr. Troll’s doctoral dissertation focused on depression and social-self-efficacy among children and adolescents living in the Kangemi slum of Nairobi, Kenya.
Sarah is a licensed mental health counselor and certified children’s mental health specialist, providing counseling for children, adolescents, and adults. She specializes in trauma, relationship issues, parenting issues, and emotional disturbance and utilizes a variety of treatment options including play therapy, creative expression, role-play, emotion regulation skills, body awareness, and psychodynamic talk therapy.
Sarah works therapeutically in partnership with Khaleesi, a female Goldendoodle, who serves each client differently. Her presence as a therapy dog disarms and creates interest with the patient, allowing for a more open and engaging environment. For clients who do not wish to have Khaleesi be a part of their treatment, she is secured so that the client can move about the office without contact, if desired.
Sharon brings a clinical experience that has almost 20 years of working with individuals across the life span from diverse populations and socio-economic backgrounds. She provides therapy to children, adolescents, adults, and families experiencing a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues. Her clinical focus includes, but is not limited to: ADHD, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, identity issues, social anxiety, family-of-origin issues, and parenting challenges.
Her approach to therapy is best described as being holistic and integrative, embracing a Client-centered approach to therapy, with the core belief that each individual has a desire for growth and change with the capacity to fulfill his or her own potential. Sharon also offers a faith-based approach to therapy for clients that have a desire to include their faith in the therapeutic process
When working with children, she encourages collaboration with parents in order to provide an optimum level of care. This extends to working directly with families who are struggling with relationship, communication, and boundary issues. She provides therapy to support grief, loss, and trauma recovery to individuals across the life span who are experiencing difficulty due to death, divorce, domestic violence, trauma, etc. She also offers a faith-based approach to therapy for clients that have a desire to include their faith in the therapeutic process.
She received her Master’s Degree in Counseling from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas in 2005. Shortly after graduation she moved to Washington State where she became licensed as a mental health professional and certified as a child mental health specialist.
Child and Adolescent Therapist
Julianna works with clients from a strengths-based perspective, focusing on developing resilience and a collaborative process between client and therapist. During therapy, considerations are taken regarding where the child or adolescent is truly at and what is going to best engage them at this moment—be it artistic expression, play therapy, narrative therapy, creative writing/journaling, or more structured interventions. There is a focus on the fulfilled development of the whole individual, taking into account a systems approach, intersectionality, and developmental psychology. Her approach is deeply rooted in attachment theory; focusing on developing a healthy and secure bond between therapist and client to better facilitate trust and overall therapeutic growth. Julianna specializes in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, and attachment difficulties.
Adolescent, Adult, and Family Therapist
Oxana specializes in providing counseling for clients who may be going through transitional periods of personal re-evaluation or severe life crises related to struggles stemming from relationship issues , depression, existential loneliness, gender-sensitive dilemmas, anxiety, trauma and PTSD. She has two Masters Degrees: one in Special Education and the other in Psychology and Counseling and has been constantly studying since then from the best teachers all over the world: body psychology, trauma work, unfolding creativity, process work. She has over nine years of experience in leading group workshops, counseling and conducting group therapy sessions. She is a published author appearing in various magazines and has appeared on numerous TV shows as guest expert-psychologist. She also has been working on developing program for immigrants designed to help them with different life transitions people face when they go through major life changes.
Katie has worked in the field of mental health for the past 10 years and loves providing a supportive, safe and creative environment for children, adolescents and young adults. As a registered dance/movement therapist (R-DMT) Katie supports the mind/body connection to address the whole self. Through talk-therapy, mindfulness, creative arts approaches and movement, Katie works at the clients pace to strengthen internal supports which translate from the therapy room into daily life.
Additionally Katie is trained in trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Crisis support in schools.
Paige is a clinical social worker who is motivated to support children, youth, adults, and families toward health and healing. She received her Bachelor of Arts (Psychology) from Willamette University and a Master of Social Work (Mental Health) from the University of Washington.
Paige has clinical experience in treating anxiety disorders, depressive mood disorders, adjustment issues, trauma, and other socio-emotional and behavioral concerns. She believes in a person-centered approach to therapy that is collaborative, empathetic, and hopeful.
As a clinical social worker, Paige’s approach to therapy inherits curiosity, compassion, and strives to recognize each person’s unique experiences, self-determination, self expression, and growth. In her practice, she uses modalities such as Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). She also uses principles of Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and is trained in Helping the Non-Compliant Child (HNC) to assist with behavior management in children and provide parenting support.
Child and Family Therapist
Megan is a Licensed Marriage and Family therapist with experience providing therapy to children, adolescents, teens and their families. Over the past eight years she has worked in various settings including public schools, head start programs, residential settings, alternative school settings and most recently in community mental health. She pulls from an array of modalities including aspects of directive and non-directive play therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Trauma Focused CBT, aspects of art therapy, emotional regulation skills, psychoeducation and mindfulness. I feel honored to have the chance to help children and their families build a safe, trusting, stable environment where we can discuss, explore and work on changing challenging issues. I think it is exciting to bear witness to the insight that children bring to critical issues when they are given the opportunity to share.