Whitney Dickey

LMFTA

About

I am an individual and couples therapist at the Bellevue Trauma Recovery Center and I hold a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in Santa Barbara and is licensed to practice in Washington State. With dedication and expertise in the field of mental health, I am committed to providing comprehensive, trauma-informed therapeutic support.

Serving both adolescents and adults, I utilize a person-centered approach and provides therapy from a holistic lens. My skills are rooted in Somatic Therapy, Polyvagal Theory, Emotional Transformation Therapy, and Internal Family Systems. I believe that assisting clients in building autonomy and choice in therapy is critical for healing.

My overall experience spans across diverse populations, including new parents, grief-stricken individuals, survivors of abuse, those impacted by infidelity, individuals dealing with PTSD, anxiety, and more. I am also particularly attuned to the needs of Latinx/Global Majority, LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities.

Within the therapy experience, I consider the unique blend of histories, cultures, beliefs, relationships, identities, and stories that are a play. I am committed to forming relationships rooted in consideration, trust, and care, ensuring a supportive and affirming space for clients and their support systems.

Embark on a transformative journey, where compassionate guidance, individualized care, and a commitment to well-being form the cornerstone of your therapeutic experience.

I am an individual and couples therapist at the Bellevue Trauma Recovery Center and I hold a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University in Santa Barbara and is licensed to practice in Washington State. With dedication and expertise in the field of mental health, I am committed to providing comprehensive, trauma-informed therapeutic support.

Serving both adolescents and adults, I utilize a person-centered approach and provides therapy from a holistic lens. My skills are rooted in Somatic Therapy, Polyvagal Theory, Emotional Transformation Therapy, and Internal Family Systems. I believe that assisting clients in building autonomy and choice in therapy is critical for healing.

My overall experience spans across diverse populations, including new parents, grief-stricken individuals, survivors of abuse, those impacted by infidelity, individuals dealing with PTSD, anxiety, and more. I am also particularly attuned to the needs of Latinx/Global Majority, LGBTQIA+ and BIPOC communities.

Within the therapy experience, I consider the unique blend of histories, cultures, beliefs, relationships, identities, and stories that are a play. I am committed to forming relationships rooted in consideration, trust, and care, ensuring a supportive and affirming space for clients and their support systems.

Embark on a transformative journey, where compassionate guidance, individualized care, and a commitment to well-being form the cornerstone of your therapeutic experience.

Emily Ruggles

LPC, CRC

About

Emily specializes in working with individual adults and teens (15yo+). She has extensive experience working with young adults and college students having difficulty with anxiety, depression, life stage transitions (moving, graduation or career change), suicidal thoughts, self-esteem, relationship concerns, and dating. Having assisted collegiate student athletes as well as working with athletes at the professional level, Emily understands the unique pressures of being an athlete and the impact on mental health. She has a passion for helping her clients maximize their quality of life and perform to their greatest potential in every area of their lives.

Emily is also a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC). This certification equips Emily to assist clients with mental health concerns affected by disabilities, traumatic brain injury and chronic health conditions. It allows Emily to address both the mental and physical components of wellness, thus improving clients’ daily functioning and their overall quality of life.

Emily specializes in working with individual adults and teens (15yo+). She has extensive experience working with young adults and college students having difficulty with anxiety, depression, life stage transitions (moving, graduation or career change), suicidal thoughts, self-esteem, relationship concerns, and dating. Having assisted collegiate student athletes as well as working with athletes at the professional level, Emily understands the unique pressures of being an athlete and the impact on mental health. She has a passion for helping her clients maximize their quality of life and perform to their greatest potential in every area of their lives.

Emily is also a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC). This certification equips Emily to assist clients with mental health concerns affected by disabilities, traumatic brain injury and chronic health conditions. It allows Emily to address both the mental and physical components of wellness, thus improving clients’ daily functioning and their overall quality of life.

Stephanie Little

LMSW

About

I am a trauma therapist practicing EMDR in the Rochester, NY area, and provide telehealth in all of New York State. I live by the principle of “more curiosity, less judgement” driving empathy and understanding into my work. I aim to create a welcoming and open therapeutic space for clients to safely explore and regain their sense of self. I believe that therapy should be authentic and transparent, and I strive to partner with clients so that they may be the experts in their treatment and feel empowered. I have been a social worker in Rochester, NY for about 8 years. I first started working with adults with developmental disabilities as a behavior intervention specialist which fueled my love for psychology and understanding human behavior in our various contexts. I specialize in working with adults and couples with relationship challenges, anxiety, depression, and trauma. I am here for you and would be honored to partner with you in your healing journey!

I am a trauma therapist practicing EMDR in the Rochester, NY area, and provide telehealth in all of New York State. I live by the principle of “more curiosity, less judgement” driving empathy and understanding into my work. I aim to create a welcoming and open therapeutic space for clients to safely explore and regain their sense of self. I believe that therapy should be authentic and transparent, and I strive to partner with clients so that they may be the experts in their treatment and feel empowered. I have been a social worker in Rochester, NY for about 8 years. I first started working with adults with developmental disabilities as a behavior intervention specialist which fueled my love for psychology and understanding human behavior in our various contexts. I specialize in working with adults and couples with relationship challenges, anxiety, depression, and trauma. I am here for you and would be honored to partner with you in your healing journey!

Laura Sharp

MA, LPCC, NCC

About

Are you feeling stuck, overwhelmed, anxious, and unsure of yourself? Are you trying to gain your footing after a recent life transition? Are you curious about how your past is influencing your present? Is your inner critic in overdrive during this season of life, telling you to "just get over it and be happy?" This is where I come in! You don't have to do this alone.

Hi! I'm Laura, and I'd be absolutely honored to join you on your journey, serving as your guide (albeit fellow imperfect human being) and confidant. It is my goal to help you feel koselig with yourself, amidst the difficulties of life. Koselig is a Norwegian term used to describe an all-encompassing sense of comfort one experiences when they feel “at home”.

Whether you are coping with a difficult life transition, like pregnancy or postpartum, graduating college, questioning your faith, moving, or switching careers, chances are that anxiety is showing up in your life like never before. You deserve space to slow down and get more in touch with your emotions and needs, enabling you to feel koselig with yourself.

Interested in learning more? Email me to schedule a complimentary 20 minute phone call to get to know each other a little and to see if it seems like we would be a good fit before scheduling an initial session. I offer both in person and virtual sessions and am located near Wash Park in Denver, CO.

My goal for you is to find a therapist that you feel safe + known with, and if I’m not the best fit for you, I have a list of incredible referrals I would love to provide you with.

Are you feeling stuck, overwhelmed, anxious, and unsure of yourself? Are you trying to gain your footing after a recent life transition? Are you curious about how your past is influencing your present? Is your inner critic in overdrive during this season of life, telling you to "just get over it and be happy?" This is where I come in! You don't have to do this alone.

Hi! I'm Laura, and I'd be absolutely honored to join you on your journey, serving as your guide (albeit fellow imperfect human being) and confidant. It is my goal to help you feel koselig with yourself, amidst the difficulties of life. Koselig is a Norwegian term used to describe an all-encompassing sense of comfort one experiences when they feel “at home”.

Whether you are coping with a difficult life transition, like pregnancy or postpartum, graduating college, questioning your faith, moving, or switching careers, chances are that anxiety is showing up in your life like never before. You deserve space to slow down and get more in touch with your emotions and needs, enabling you to feel koselig with yourself.

Interested in learning more? Email me to schedule a complimentary 20 minute phone call to get to know each other a little and to see if it seems like we would be a good fit before scheduling an initial session. I offer both in person and virtual sessions and am located near Wash Park in Denver, CO.

My goal for you is to find a therapist that you feel safe + known with, and if I’m not the best fit for you, I have a list of incredible referrals I would love to provide you with.

Stephanie Landrum

LPC

About

Are you feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, and stressed all the time? Do you find yourself laying awake at night thinking about your to-do list, worries, or replaying events from the day? Many of my clients find themselves struggling with anxiety, OCD, stress, or burnout.

I specialize in anxiety and related disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), life transitions/adjustments, women's issues, and stress management. I provide a safe, non-judgmental space for all clients to work on their therapeutic goals, utilizing an integrative approach.

Reaching out to a therapist to connect with can be a very difficult first step. I would love to answer any questions you may have regarding my therapeutic style and discuss setting up your first appointment.

Are you feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, and stressed all the time? Do you find yourself laying awake at night thinking about your to-do list, worries, or replaying events from the day? Many of my clients find themselves struggling with anxiety, OCD, stress, or burnout.

I specialize in anxiety and related disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), life transitions/adjustments, women's issues, and stress management. I provide a safe, non-judgmental space for all clients to work on their therapeutic goals, utilizing an integrative approach.

Reaching out to a therapist to connect with can be a very difficult first step. I would love to answer any questions you may have regarding my therapeutic style and discuss setting up your first appointment.

Chelsey Beauchamp

LPC

About

Chelsey is originally from Pensacola, Florida. As a licensed therapist, Chelsey obtained her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University. During graduate school, Chelsey gained experience working at Price Counseling Center, which provides treatment for the DUI court of Cherokee County. In this private practice setting, she had the opportunity to work with a diverse clientele on a variety of issues, including addictions, anger, depression, trauma, mental health, and chronic health concerns.

Throughout her time in private practice, Chelsey has gained experience working with teens and adults facing a variety of issues. Specifically, Chelsey has worked extensively with clients experiencing eating disorders, addictions, anxiety, depression, trauma, and self-harm. Chelsey also has worked extensively with individuals experiencing life and career transitions. Her passion for the therapeutic process, extensive training, and experience have prepared her to work with clients with a wide range of needs.

Chelsey uses an integrative approach in therapy; she primarily practices from an attachment theoretical perspective and draws from cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy in order to help facilitate change. In her free time, Chelsey enjoys spending time with her two beagles and traveling with her husband.

Chelsey is originally from Pensacola, Florida. As a licensed therapist, Chelsey obtained her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Mercer University. During graduate school, Chelsey gained experience working at Price Counseling Center, which provides treatment for the DUI court of Cherokee County. In this private practice setting, she had the opportunity to work with a diverse clientele on a variety of issues, including addictions, anger, depression, trauma, mental health, and chronic health concerns.

Throughout her time in private practice, Chelsey has gained experience working with teens and adults facing a variety of issues. Specifically, Chelsey has worked extensively with clients experiencing eating disorders, addictions, anxiety, depression, trauma, and self-harm. Chelsey also has worked extensively with individuals experiencing life and career transitions. Her passion for the therapeutic process, extensive training, and experience have prepared her to work with clients with a wide range of needs.

Chelsey uses an integrative approach in therapy; she primarily practices from an attachment theoretical perspective and draws from cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy in order to help facilitate change. In her free time, Chelsey enjoys spending time with her two beagles and traveling with her husband.