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Meet Our Team

Brittany Russ, Owner and Clinic Supervisor


Owner & Clinical Supervisor

Services provided in English or Spanish
Currently not accepting new clients

Brittany has over 22 years of Social Work and combined leadership experience. During these years she has been supporting others on their personal journeys by way of a dynamic clinical social work perspective.

Within her social work degree, she became experienced in working with individuals to improve interpersonal, community and systemic relationships. In addition, she takes a strong approach to systemic level action and change while working to be a leader within the community for children and families.  

She believes that community, support systems and coping skills can be the building blocks to less stress, improved relationships, and overall wellness for the individual and the community.


LACY FINDLEY, Associate Clinical Social Worker


Available for in person and telehealth new clients

Lacy is an associate clinical social worker with a background in crisis intervention, residential treatment, and outpatient therapy. She utilizes a humanistic approach to counseling, drawing on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Lacy meets every client with a nonjudgmental stance and incorporates creative expression and humor into her sessions. She has experience working with children as young as 10 and specializes in working with adolescents/young adults. She has a special interest in working with people living with chronic health issues, trauma, complex family dynamics, and deconstruction. Lacy believes that her role as a therapist is to provide the stability and support needed for the client to build a life worth living.




Services provided in English or Spanish
Available for telehealth new clients

Alexis has worked with people from many age backgrounds, including adolescents through elder adults. She specializes in eating disorder treatment, those struggling with anxiety and depression, and working with athletes. Alexis is also bi-lingual and bi-cultural in English and Spanish.  

Her experience has included working extensively with people experiencing relationship issues, self-esteem, life transitions, family issues, trauma, and addictions, in addition to the specialties mentioned above. She uses both a humanistic as well as a Cognitive-Behavioral approach to psychotherapy. She understands and applies the research showing that the relationship between the therapist and the client is key and that positive changes can only occur with a solid therapeutic relationship.

Jill Hsieh, Associate Professional Counselor

JILL HSIEH, Mental Health Counselor Associate (WA), Professional Counselor Associate (OR)


Services provided in English or Mandarin
Available for in person and telehealth new clients

Jill's therapeutic method often involves using Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy
(CBT), Solution- Focus and Motivation Interviewing. In Jill's counseling sessions, in addition to talk therapy, she also uses art and creativity in her practice. She believes during session the atmosphere doesn’t always have to be heavy and sad, it can also be filled with fun and joy. She has experience with patients with depression, anxiety, family issues, relationship issues, self-esteem and life transitions.
As an immigrant and Asian woman, she believes she can better understand peoples’ struggles when they are from a different cultural background. She is offering service in two languages, English and Chinese Mandarin. 

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RACHEL BURK, Professional Counselor Associate


Available for in person and telehealth new clients

Rachel uses an Existential Therapy approach to counseling, with influences of Feminist and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques. She also has experience integrating techniques from other theories in order to mold her treatments to each individual client's needs.

Rachel has a history of working with depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, burnout, self-esteem issues and more. She has a special interest in working with the elderly and LGBTQIA2S+ populations through their unique life struggles.

Rachel believes therapy should be collaborative and considers herself a guide for those she serves, dedicated to assisting and supporting them through their journeys of self-discovery, purpose, healing, and growth.


KAYLEY CLOTHIER, Professional Counselor Associate


Available for in person and telehealth new clients

Kayley has worked with adolescents and adults in a variety of settings, from nonprofit to community mental health. She has a special interest in and experience helping with complex trauma as well as depression, anxiety, life transitions, identity formation, and relational issues. She often uses a combination of skill-based and mind/body approaches, such as EMDR, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and somatic interventions. She also draws from parts work and creative interventions. Kayley strives to meet her clients with acceptance and work in a collaborative, strength-based manner to support them toward their goals and personal healing.

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Available for in person and telehealth new clients

Bailey’s approach to counseling is grounded in Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Trauma Theory.  She is committed to cultivating a space of nonjudgement and acceptance, where paths towards positive change are forged together. Recognizing the role societal systems and external factors play in mental well-being, Bailey also incorporates a holistic view in her sessions. 
Bailey has experience working with individuals from a variety of backgrounds and ages with anxiety, burnout, insomnia, depression, grief, trauma, and addiction. She holds a special interest in identity formation and transformation, as well as life transitions—be that relationship changes, career shifts, or new parenthood. Bailey considers it an honor to accompany you on your journey towards health and life satisfaction.

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ELLI ADKINS, Professional Counselor Associate


Available for telehealth new clients

Elli has training and experience providing both mental health counseling and rehabilitation counseling to individuals across the lifespan. She uses a person-centered approach to therapy that draws on techniques from cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, motivational interviewing, narrative therapy, and others she feels will benefit her clients. Elli has experience working with individuals suffering from a variety of issues and stressors including trauma, grief, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, psychosis, autism, eating disorders, bipolar disorders, and more. She has a special interest in working with clients with trauma, substance abuse, and psychosis. Elli believes that by providing a safe therapeutic space through genuine connection, empathy, non-judgment, and direct communication, all clients have the ability to heal and grow.


KAYLA MILLER, Associate Clinical Social Worker


Available for telehealth new clients

Kayla has eight years of social work experience and is currently a clinical social work associate.

She has experience working with children, adults, and families. During this time, she has worked with individuals in a variety of ways including individuals who have endured extensive trauma, addiction, anxiety, depression, and interpersonal violence.

Kayla’s methods often include strength based, solution focused, and person centered.

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OLIVIA LIN, Professional Counselor Associate


Services provided in English, Mandarin, or Cantonese
Available for in person and telehealth new clients

Olivia utilizes a holistic, client-centered approach marked by presence and curiosity, honoring people's lived experiences. Trauma sensitivity, socioeconomic awareness, and cultural intersectionality inform her practice. Olivia is committed to fostering a non-judgemental therapeutic environment while exploring the facets of clients' lives that clients wish to navigate. Employing an array of integrated tools and leveraging client strengths, Olivia works collaboratively with individuals, couples, and families illuminating pathways for personal and systemic growth.

Drawing from a decade of experience working in international schools and different cultural contexts worldwide, Olivia dynamically engages individuals from varied walks of life using mindfulness practices, Compassionate Inquiry, Existential, and Humanistic therapy. She works with young adults, neurodivergent learners, children & adolescents, couples and families, the elderly, and individuals in transition.

Jodie Brown, LCSW



Currently not accepting new clients

Jodie has over 25 years of experience working with adults, adolescents, and families in various clinical settings.  She is compassionate, non-judgmental, and cares about the people she works with. She believes that each individual is doing the best that they can, and her job in the therapeutic relationship is to provide support and skills guidance to nurture everyone to reach their individual best. 
Her approach is client-centered, trauma-informed, and strength-based. Among other evidence-based practices, she uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and Solution Focused approaches to help others overcome personal barriers and feel truly successful. She has experience helping with various real-life struggles such as, depression, anxiety, relationship and/or family issues, PTSD, self-esteem, parenting and motivation. She finds it a privilege and is honored when others allow her to help them on their journey to health and to self-satisfaction.


SAVANNAH NAPIER, Mental Health Counselor Associate (WA), Professional Counselor Associate (OR)


Currently not accepting new clients

Savannah has lived many lives working as a museum curator and non-profit programming director before graduating with a MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University. Savannah is a vocal advocate and identifies as a member of Neurodivergent and LGBTQIA2S+ communities and they believe a piece of that advocacy lies in maintaining neurodivergent and gender affirming care. They are passionate about empowering you as an expert of your own life and they want to support you in wellness of the mind through advocacy, safety, empowerment, and collaboration.

While always providing unconditional positive regard, Savannah prioritizes the growth of individuals regardless of age, race, religion, gender identity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, or criminal background. Savannah’s unique style can also incorporate video gaming to establish connection and occupy anxious minds. Savannah promotes the best interests of their client through use of diagnosis, assessment, individualized treatment plans, and person-centered evidenced-based interventions such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Brainspotting, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and trauma informed care. 

Mel Cox, Director of Business Operations



Mel comes to BHC with over 18 years of operational business expertise. She has expertise within diverse non-profit environments and she displays genuine passion for her chosen profession.

Her commitment to fostering a supportive environment for our team and clients has been pivotal in optimizing the day-to-day functioning of BHC. Known for her strategic acumen, she has successfully implemented streamlined processes, ensuring smooth operations and enhancing the overall experience for our clients.

Mel is dedicated to serving underserved communities in the PNW. She truly believes that engaging in social services is the most effective approach. Mel’s mental health advocacy aligns seamlessly with the mission of BHC, making her an integral part of our success.

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