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We offer a wide variety of counseling services to fit your unique needs!
- Couples / Individuals / Families
- Children / Teens / Millennials / Adults
- Multicultural Families
- Blended Families
- Alternative and/or Polyamorous Families
- Family Reunification Counseling
- Social Skills
- Grief and Loss
- Adjustment to Difficult Life Changes
- Communication Skills
- Parent Support
- Coping Skills
- Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Christian Counseling (Kipp Helmer, LICSW)
- John and Sue Gottman's Couples Therapy
All appointments are 45-50 minutes long.
Kipp Helmer, LICSW
Permera Blue Cross
United Behavioral Health (UBC) / United Healthcare (UHC)
Casidhe Agrella, LMFT
United Behavioral Health (UBC)
United Healthcare (UHC)
Provider One / United Healthcare Authority
Accepts clients on a sliding scale from $20-$100 per session
Please contact us with any questions!
901 East 2nd Avenue, Spokane, Washington 99202, United States
Suite 206: Office building (901 E) located across the parking lot from Work Source. Enter business complex parking lot via South Arthur Street near the intersection of South Arthur Street & East 2nd Avenue.
Imagine Counseling Spokane is a small, local private practice established in August of 2016 by Casidhe Agrella, LMFT. Kipp Helpmer, LICSW has been a loyal employee since the beginning and continues to be an experienced clinician who is highly valued by many of his clients.
Life can be challenging at times! At some point in life, everyone could use some extra help and support. I offer a safe place to discuss your unique troubles and challenges. I can support you in making the changes you desire, achieving your goals, and improving your quality of life. I work with individuals, couples, and families who desire more happiness, connection, and satisfaction in their lives. I feel that I have a warm and interested working style. I specialize in working with multicultural issues, LGBTQIA, non-traditional couples and families. With me, you can count on a therapist who is knowledgeable, non-judgmental, and reliable to help see you through your unique challenges.
I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology at Western Washington University and earned a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Antioch University Seattle. Together we will decide upon the goals and directions we would like therapy to go. We will periodically check-in about these goals to access our progress and determine the length of therapy. I work with my clients with a strength-based approach to therapy. I am trained a wide variety of therapeutic approaches, and rely heavily on those supported by scientific research. Among these are; Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Family Systems Perspectives, Neuroscience, Mindfulness, Multicultural Therapy, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT), and many of Gottman’s concepts on couple’s therapy. I am a member in good standing of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and the Washington Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (WAMFT).
Kipp Helmer received a Master’s of Social work degree from Eastern Washington University in 2002. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree in psychology from the University of Idaho in 1989. He has experience working with individuals coping with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, other major mental health issues, childhood abuse issues as well as anger issues. Kipp also enjoys working with couples who are experiencing relationship distress.
Kipp Helmer has training experience in Emotionally Focused Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Attachment Theory to name a few. He looks not only at the individual’s personal issues but also at how she/he is doing in their environment.
Animal-Assisted Therapy is a relatively new treatment modality in the field; gaining popularity as it continues to be supported by empirical research. Ask your clinician about how it may be incorporated into your treatment plan.