Heather Calhoun

LAMFT

Background

MA in Couples and Family Therapy, Seattle University

Heather’s training is based from a systemic lens and integrates bio-psycho-social-spiritual perspective. Working with a variety of theoretical approaches, she believes in the power of an individuals’ story, while making an effort to meet the clients’ specific needs.

Her previous work has included being a Crisis Intervention Specialist for at-risk young adults from 18 to 24 years old, a mentor at Camp Mariposa for 9 to 13 year old youth affected by family members addicted to a substance, a facilitator of group therapy for The Hoarding Project, and pre-marital counseling.  

 

Heather looks forward to the opportunity in assisting in the empowerment of each individual as they discover their own resiliency and courage, by strategically working together through exploring strengths, challenges, and by understanding your story.  She is accepting new clients at any life stage (age) who are experiencing any of the following: 

Adoption                            Marital & Premarital
Anxiety                               Chronic Illness
Coping Skills                     Depression  
Family Conflicts                Hoarding
Life Transitions                 Parenting
Peer Relationships           Relationship Issues
Self Esteem                       Spirituality
Women’s Issues

Types of Therapy Offered:

  • Experiential Therapy
  • Family/Marital Therapy
  • Family Systems Therapy
  • Christian Counseling
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)  
  • Play Therapy