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Neshia Alaovae, MA, LMHC

Sex: Female

Description of Counselor/Practice

*Please note that Neshia will be away on leave beginning in November 2020 and will not be responding to messages, accepting new clients or conducting sessions until June 2021. Thanks for your understanding.* Thanks for taking the time to read my profile! As a bi-racial and bi-cultural individual with roots in the United States and Samoa, I deeply understand the complexity of navigating multiple cultural identities. After 7+ years in the mental health field, I began my private therapy practice to create a healing, accessible and culturally relevant space for people of color. Currently, I practice as a mental health therapist, end-of-life educator and death companion. My counseling is most effective for people wanting support around grief, bereavement, intergenerational trauma, cultural identity/belonging, and ancestral healing. My clinical approach is informed by my training as an existential-phenomenological practitioner and my time working with sexual assault victims, hospice patients and working-class families. Being a therapist is a profound joy for me and it is my honor to accompany people as they become more resilient, more self-aware and more empowered.

Phone: (206) 207-4887

Email: neshia@southseattlecounseling.com

Website: http://southseattlecounseling.com

Ethnicities Counselor Identifies As
(or has Ethnic Minority Mental Health Specialist designation in)

African American
Multiracial
Samoan

Languages Counseling Provided In
(in addition to English)

N/A

Religions
(trained in / integrates into counseling)

N/A

Client Types

Individual

Client Ages

Adults Age:19-64
Seniors Age:65+

Insurance Accepted

N/A

Locations

South Seattle Counseling, PLLC
11625 Rainier Ave. S. Suite 302
Seattle WA 98178

Organization: South Seattle Counseling, PLLC

Offers sliding scale

Offers online counseling

Available for consult

Cost: $125 per session

College: Seattle University

Degree: Masters of Psychology

For more information or to make an appointment, call the counselor directly via the phone number listed. Don’t forget to say you found them through MulticulturalCounselors.org!