Healthy Thoughts Counseling and Consultation, LLC has a
unique approach to brain injury therapy, matching each client
with the learning style that meets their needs. My plus one
therapy approach ( with client and/or guardian consent)
permits a specific caregiver to attend and learn how cognitive
and behavioral reinforcement will benefit the client.
I encourage clients and caregivers to embrace the
importance of respect, strength, and understanding as a
means of enhancing their journey toward Healthy
Thoughts. Caregivers, partners, spouse, and family
members are encouraged to participate in the therapeutic
process, learning the path that meets the needs of who their
loved one is now.
Healthy Thoughts Counseling and Consultation, LLC services are not limited to brain
injury. Please refer to our services page for a comprehensive list.
Congratulations on taking your first step toward healing, understanding, and setting goals for a
successful future. When working with a counselor/therapist it is important that the client and
counselor/therapist communicate well together. Sometimes this will require more than one visit.
Therapy is not always a joyous occasion, remember you initiated therapy for the purpose moving
forward in your life, letting go of painful memories, modify behaviors, or perhaps learn a healthier
communication style. Therapy is an evolutionary process, years of dysfunctional behavior will not be
solved in one or two sessions.
Healthy Thoughts Counseling & Consultation, LLC provides counseling, assessments, and EAP services
to Individuals, couples, and families. My approach to therapy is eclectic, in other words, I will utilize
many approaches to meet your needs, Not, conform to one methodology.
“Healing thoughts heal the soul, heal the body, heal the brain.”
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218 E. 38th St.
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Meet the newest member to Healthy Thoughts Counseling & Consultation, LLC team, Majeek a Blue Pomeranian. She is a small breed, with
a party mix of Blue Grey and White Fur. Both her parents were pure bread. Pomeranians are very empathic, flexible, sensitive to changing
moods in the moment. These behaviors are in part why I chose this breed.
Majeek continues training three years later. The addition to a therapy dog for the purpose of adding a
soothing component to what is often a stressful circumstance e.g. verbalizing current and past traumas.
Understanding the difference between an Emotional Support Animal and Service Animal has been an
adventure from the perspective of access violations and disrespect. Yes, even I have been threatened when
out with Majeek, wearing her training vest in the community, encouraging her to experience circumstances
that will assist her in understanding the how, when, and why her nurturing responses with a client during a
dissociative moment is important.
Client’s are always welcome to bring their furry friends to appointments provided they are house broken.
Please advise via text in advance to ensure any additional preparations for comfort and care upon your
Majeek is currently healing from an injury sustained recently when an enraged client harmed myself and
Majeek upon exiting my practice after not receiving the answers he demanded. Majeek thankfully, has not
exhibited lasting PTSD responses to this event.