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Meet Jill

I seek to hold space for my clients as they get to know themselves and their relationships better, allowing them to feel seen and supported.

Choose one of the options below to see how I can be helpful to you or scroll down to read more about me and my qualifications.

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About me : Jill Arndt, LMHCA

The most important thing we have in life is our relationships. That’s why it is painful when an important relationship leaves us feeling hurt, trapped, lost, or stuck. My mission as a counselor is to listen and understand the unique challenges you are facing in order to help you find safety and openness with your loved ones and yourself.

 

Sessions with me feel like going to the “Feelings Gym”. It might be hard work, but you’ll leave feeling accomplished, stronger, and more flexible. The best part is, you will have a trainer with you the whole time–that’s me. I strive to make sure my clients don’t feel alone or that the work is too difficult. I will be there to support you (and your partner) every step of the way.

 

My masters degree is in Mental Health Counseling. My degree gives me special training in diagnosing mental health disorders and providing career counseling. I have completed extra training to provide support for those who experience suicidal ideation, have existential concerns, or are in need of culturally sensitive care. I always strive to expand my knowledge of how my sessions can be a more inclusive and understanding space for people of all backgrounds.

 

Outside the office, I find meaning in life through my personal relationships, enjoying outdoor recreation, creating art, and maintaining balance. I can often be found out in nature, scavenging for a delicious bowl of pho, or sharing a laugh with friends.

Areas of interest in my work as a therapist include:

  • Relationship challenges

  • Personality disorders

  • Mood disorders

  • Existential concerns

  • Trauma

  • Concerns pertaining to religion/spirituality

  • Grief/loss

  • Career concerns

  • Culturally sensitive care

 

Jill’s fee is $145 / 50 minute session

Jill offers sliding scale for those who would benefit from a reduced fee

CREDENTIALS

Licenses, Certifications and Professional Memberships:

Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate  - State of Washington DOH

ACA (American Counseling Association)

International Center for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT)

International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology (IACCP)

Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC)

 
Experience and Education

  • Honors Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Utah

  • Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Westminster College

 
Specialty Trainings:

Jill has completed trainings related to EFT and Trauma. She also received focused education while completing her master's degree for working with couples and families.

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