HEATHER BRADSHAW, LMHC, NCC, M.Ed. | Owner
Whole Space Counseling is a local counseling agency serving clients in-person or online downtown Snoqualmie. We support youth, adults, and families with anxiety, depression, life transitions, family challenges, grief, trauma, professional and academic challenges.
What neighborhood do you live in?
How long have you lived in that neighborhood?
Over five years
What is something most people don't know about you?
I have worked as a private practice therapist, high school counselor, and career counselor for 8+ years. My passion is helping individuals and families identify what they are already doing well and their existing support, and then building on these strengths. I learn from my clients as they learn from me!
Why do you think it's important for people to shop local?
The most quality relationships come from those we live by, serve by, and grow in close proximity to!
Where are your favorite places to go in the neighborhood/Valley?
My favorite restaurant was Wildflower Bistro in North Bend. I got married at William Grassie Wine Estate and it was an AMAZING venue! I love to attend football games and watch my son play at Mt. Si High School, and my husband plays in a local band!
What's something most people don't know about your business?
By seeing an in-network therapist for insurance, clients often bound to a predetermined length and modality of treatment. The therapist is required to submit progress notes from therapy sessions to your medical record; this limits client autonomy and confidentiality in the counseling process. Clients are also bound by a smaller pool of therapists when choosing in-network. I choose to be out-of-network so that I can collaborate with my clients to determine length of therapy and feel confident that our therapy relationship is the right fit. My clients pay up front for services and then are able to submit for reimbursement with their out-of-network insurance benefits. Most insurance plans have out-of network coverage.
We support clients with anxiety, depression, family changes, processing trauma and grief, life changes, and academic or professional difficulties