Associate Counselors

Northwest Counseling Center values mentoring and guiding new professionals entering into this field.  Partnerships with various colleges and universities provide students a unique opportunity for field experience as required by counseling and social work programs.

Terese Medina, LMHC, and Roger Yoder, Ph.D, LMHC, are approved supervisors through Washington State for the supervision of associate counselors to fulfill the required hours for licensure.  Additionally, Jason Raugust, LICSW, is an approved supervisor through Washington State for associate social workers moving into counseling roles.

The opportunity for learning and growth at this practice is abundant because of the various modalities provided to clients.  Our supervisors encourage personal and professional advancement while providing the tools to be successful in private practice.

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**If you are interested in an internship or associate position, please contact us at admin@therapyspokane.com

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William Walters, LMHCA

William is a mental health counselor, associate, working toward full licensure. He earned his Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in Seattle, WA. He has received training in Team CBT (from the work of David Burns, MD) as well as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Radically Open DBT. Additionally, William is trained in EMDR and Neurostimulation with experience with individuals diagnosed with trauma, eating disorders, and other mental health difficulties.

Jessica Weed, LMHCA

Jessica is a mental health counselor, associate, having earned her Master’s degress in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is trained in EMDR and neurostimulation and specializes in trauma and PTSD. As a former midwife, she also enjoys working with women who have experienced birth trauma, prenatal and postpartum depression, sexual trauma, and adjustment issues. 

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