Welcome to the psychotherapy office of Sheila Simpson-Creps.
At times in our lives we may find that the pain of events is seemingly more than one can handle, and life questions are too great. During these passages, healing and stress reduction can be aided through a therapeutic alliance with a mental health counselor. As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, I listen to, and witness your story. I provide a safe and confidential environment to explore those issues which most challenge you. It is an honor for me to provide counseling services for those seeking healing and an increase in the quality of their lives.
is client-centered, and strengths-based. In addition to my Masters in Counseling, I have specialized training in, , and . I encourage the use of creativity, art and imagination, to explore issues that concern the client. Art therapy is not required to be used by clients. If a client is curious about Art therapy no previous skills are required; one simply needs a willingness to explore and play with images.
I provide counseling services for individual adults. I specialize in , and Stress Reduction. Although I am not an analyst, my therapeutic approach is greatly impacted by the comprehensive work of the eminent analyst Carl. G. Jung. To me, the rapport between therapist and client is the most important aspect of successful psychotherapy.
I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor practicing on Lopez Island, Washington. Child services, Sandplay and Play therapy are no longer available.
I provide telemental health counseling to primarily North Whidbey Island, Orcas Island, San Juan Island, and Skagit County, and occasionally, other residents of Washington State. I provide telemental health through the Doxy.me a HIPAA secure medical teleconferencing platform. At this time I do not see residents of Lopez Island.
For a moving video about Art Therapy please watch:
"To the extent that I managed to translate the emotions into images -- that is to say, to find the images which were concealed in the emotions -- I was inwardly calmed and reassured."
-- C. G. Jung