Mental Health Therapist
Becky Perdew is providing therapy in an integrated program for people presented with both mental health and substance abuse disorders. Becky spent a year working in the residential treatment unit of the Washington State Penitentiary and has experience working with children, adults, families, and couples in an emergency service agency setting. She strives to understand and consider both the diversity and multicultural aspects of each client's identity. She has training and experience with mental health counseling in the areas of depression, anger management, anxiety, psychosis, pedophilia, various forms of abuse, trauma, and a variety of others. Becky believes that both an individualized approach and a strong therapeutic relationship are important to the success of a person, and ensures that individual sessions are adapted for the needs of each individual. She utilizes an eclectic framework of theories freqently using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered theory, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing techniques, the Strengths-Based model, and Existential theory.