Hi! I’m Michelle Broweleit, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington state. I offer individual, couples, and family therapy. My office on Dolarway Road in Ellensburg is where I see most of my clients, but there is an option of phone and HIPAA compliant video sessions for those that prefer not to travel to my office. Part time offices in Clark County and Grant or Douglas County are a likely possibility in the near future.
In the more than ten years I have been counseling as a professional it has become evident that there are three particular areas that I enjoy and find the most success in helping clients meet their goals. Those are when I work with school aged children, teens, and their families to learn about and manage anxiety, when I counsel couples through the ups and downs of their marriage and help them find the love and intimacy they desire, and when I do extensive, long-term healing work with trauma/abuse survivors.
My counseling techniques are varied. While I primarily use CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and a Christian approach to therapy I do not limit my practice to those only. I use the therapeutic model that is best suited to the concerns of each person, resulting in a highly personalized approach tailored to you- your way of learning, what you are comfortable with, and what unique needs and issues you want to address. With compassion, support, encouragement, and affirmation, I endeavor to help you reach the goals you are committed to accomplishing.
Master of Arts, Human Services Counseling, Regent University
Bachelor of Science, Psychology, Regent University
License, Certifications & Awards
Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Washington State Department of Health
Professional Activities and Memberships
American Association of Christian Counselors
American Association of Mental Health Counselors
Washington Mental Health Counselors Association
Combat Stress, Military Suicide Prevention, PTSD, and Complex PTSD
Sex and the Brain
Change Your Brain, Change Your Life: A Look into the Angry, Stressed and Anxious Brain
Tips and Strategies for Counseling Today’s Teens
What Makes Counseling Christian?: Developing a Biblically-sound and Clinically-excellent Appproach
Ethics and Law
Integrative Treatment for Depression and Mood Disorders
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Counseling Strategies for the Emotionally Destructive Marriage