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Sienna Church
Professional Counselor Associate (#R8458)
Registered Art Therapist - Provisional (#23-223)
 


I see individuals in the
following age ranges:

  • Adults (18+)

  • Seniors

I also serve:

  • Couples


Communities Supported:

  • Survivors of domestic violence

  • LGBTQIA2S+

  • Grief processes

  • Post-partum pregnancy

  • End of life

  • Suicidality

  • Body Neutrality/Health at Every Size

Availability:

  • Wednesday through Saturday
     

Insurances accepted:

  • Aetna

  • Cigna

  • Kaiser

  • OHP Columbia Pacific

  • OHP Healthshare/Care Oregon

  • OHP Jackson Care Connect

  • OHP Open Card

  • OHP Pacificsource

  • OHP Trillium

  • OHP Yamhill CCO

  • Providence

To Schedule an Appointment:

 

Contact our intake staff at:
 
hello@healthalliescounseling.com

971 270 0167

 

"The only way out is through"

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Hello! I am so glad you're here. 

 

As you’ve embarked on your search for a therapist, I’m sure many questions have come up. What kind of therapist do I need? How will I tell my story? Who will I trust and connect with? Will I ever feel better? While many of these questions are yours to answer, I hope I can help make the search easier.

 

Like you, I’ve struggled with my mental health, worked to maintain connections and boundaries with others, explored my identity and overall traveled the ups and downs of life. In some ways we may be the same, and in other ways not. 

 

My approach to therapy is based in humanistic existential, narrative and somatic theory. I aim for the process to be collaborative and flexible, knowing that our needs vary from moment to moment. You know yourself best, I am simply in the passenger seat helping navigate and shining a light on details you may have missed. My training is through a culturally competent and trauma informed lens and continues to grow as I grow. I have specific training in domestic and sexual violence, suicide prevention and intervention, death and dying and body awarness. I completed my masters degree in art therapy through Lewis and Clark’s school of Education and Counseling in early 2023 and am now working towards a dual licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Registered Art Therapist (ATR). I am excited about evolving as a person and therapist as I continue to add to my professional scope and therapeutic knowledge. Soon I hope to add doula certification to the repertoire!

 

Now, let's talk about art therapy! Many of us have memories of making art as a child whether that be exploring new textures and colors, doodling in class or expressing yourself through music and writing. Either way, we all have some experience in self expression and art making. You don’t need to be an artist to engage in art therapy, all I ask is that you come open and curious. In sessions art therapy can look like a check in at the beginning, a longer project over a period of time, a source of containment and more. Art is limitless and can overall serve as a tool that can help us dive deeper and connect in ways where words alone can limit. I invite you to take the leap and reconnect with your expressive self. 

 

Outside of my role as therapist I can be found searching for rocks along the coast, playing my cello with other musicians or making my own art. Lately I’ve found a love for crochet and printmaking, though I am always on the lookout for new ways to create. I also have two energetic cats, Olive and Raisin, who provide endless moments of laughter and love. Thank you for taking the time to consider me as your therapist, I look forward to creating art with you soon!

Treatment areas that I work in include:

  • Anxiety 

  • Depression 

  • Suicidal ideation/self harm 

  • Grief 

  • Trauma

  • Life transitions 

  • Disassociation/
    depersonalization 

  • Mood disorders 

  • Death and dying 

  • Emotional regulation 

  • Boundary setting 


 

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