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Linda Herman has been in private practice as a psychotherapist in Kent, WA for fifteen years. Prior to that, she worked both as a counselor / psychotherapist and as a school psychologist for mental health programs and schools. Her educational background includes graduate degrees in school psychology ( M.Ed., Ed.S.) from Kent State University. She also completed a post-graduate training program in Clinical Theory and Practice in psychodynamic psychotherapy through the University of Washington School of Social Work (1993-1994). She is licensed as a Mental Health Counselor in the State of Washington.

Linda’s work includes individual, couples and family therapy with children, adolescents and adults. In addition to providing outpatient therapy, she has conducted workshops both in Washington and Montana for the general public, as well as professionals. Topics have included: Raising Responsible Children in the Age of Affluenza, a seminar on avoiding overindulgence of children in today’s material culture; Self-Injury Among Adolescents, a two-part presentation for teens and their parents; When Cancer Comes Calling; Lessons in Grief and Growth, a presentation for the Washington Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and T.E.E.N. BASICS, a program for parents of teens and pre-teens.

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