Yolanda Villegas, MA LMHC
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2002 65th Ave West
Fircrest, WA 98466
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Approved Clinical Supervisor
Master of Arts, Psychology
Bachelor of Arts, Liberal Arts
Associate in Applied Sciences, Human Services
Tacoma Community College
Graduate Certificate, Leadership/Life Coaching
Faith Evangelical College
Areas of Clinical Experience and Interest
Grief & Loss
Sexual Abuse Recovery
Integrating Issues of Faith
Blue Cross Blue Shield
United Health Care
(Please ask about others)
$160 Intake / First Session
$ 95 - 145 Therapy Session
My husband and I have two adult daughters and six grandchildren. I have worked in Community Behavioral Health and in private practice. My specialty is working with individuals and couples that have experienced trauma in their life: PTSD, Domestic Violence, Crime, Sexual Assault and Infidelity.
My desire is to help you resolve issues that are having a negative effect on your life. These can be issues related to relationships, family, work, anxiety, depression, PTSD and parenting. I have a special interest in working with couples that have experienced infidelity in their relationship. Though painful, there is hope for healing. I have facilitated a community Domestic Violence Support Group to Latinas. I am bilingual in Spanish and English. As a Latina who was born in the United States and raised in Puerto Rico, I am aware of cultural barriers and acculturation issues. I would like to help you overcome those barriers. I also provide Christian counseling for those who would like to integrate their faith in the healing process. As a Life Coach, I will help you get from where you are to where you want to go. I will “walk” along side you to assist in accomplishing your goals.
I use Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Family Systems. As a therapist trained in Family Systems, I discovered that individuals learn, grow, and relate to others according to their context. I view the counseling process as forming an association with you to explore the nature of your problem(s). Although we will spend time exploring the specific problem(s) that bring you to counseling, we will also look at the nature of your relationship with other significant people in your life.