Outpatient Therapists

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Abigail Carey, MA, LMHC, CMHS, NCC

​Licensed Mental Health Counselor

National Certified Counselor

Child Mental Health Specialist

M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Gonzaga University)

**Abby is a telehealth only clinician and is currently not accepting new clients

Abby believes the foundation of the counseling process is maintaining a strong therapeutic relationship built on compassion for self and others. She practices an integrative approach that includes ACT, CBT, narrative therapy, client centered, and choice theory. Abby's therapeutic style includes compassionate challenges, warm authenticity, and wit.


Abby believes in empowering her clients to explore their stories in a nonjudgmental environment that supports vulnerability and encourages personal growth. As such, Abby strives to maintain an inclusive and affirming therapeutic orientation. Abby has experience working with a variety of mental health concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship distress, trauma, family dynamics, communication and grief.

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Victoria Boyd, MS, LPC 

Licensed Professional Counselor 

Intensive Outpatient / Outpatient Therapist 

**Victoria is currently accepting clients in WA and OR 

Victoria is the IOP group facilitator/therapist. She works with group members to create a safe, supportive environment that fosters connection, awareness and growth. She works intimately with the IOP team to ensure the best care for participants. Victoria also provides individual therapy once a week for IOP participants. 

Karen Suzanne McNulty, MN, ARNP 

Licensed Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Licensed Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner

**Suzanne is currently accepting new clients! Contact the front desk for scheduling 

Suzanne is committed to creating positive change one person at a time.  Wholesome mind-body relationship care and evolution is the intention of her Integrated Mental Health therapy work  Compassion for the joys and sorrows of the human condition shape Suzanne’s  learning and teaching.  Interventions to nurture flourishing are drawn from  Mindful Stress Reduction, Positive Psychology(U Penn), Jungian, somatic education and Medical hypnotherapy.  Limited psychopharmacology is available as need is mutually determined. 

She holds Bachelors degrees from OHSU and Masters specialty from Washington State University.  Continuing education in integrative health and science is consistently upgraded.

 

She has practiced as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner in community agencies and medical clinics to provide wellness support with clarity, safety and comfort in the presence of physical and mental health challenges. 

Specialty treatment populations include independent teens through older adult.