Pam Barney is a licensed Adult Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Seattle Pacific University and her Masterís of Nursing from the University of Washington. Her training and experience include clinic, hospital and research settings. She has been in practice since 1995.
Pam uses an eclectic approach tailoring her treatment to the personality and needs of her clients. She sees adults, 18 years of age and older, that are experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship issues, recovery from abuse, grief, loss, struggles with self-esteem, life transitions, and symptom management of stress related health issue such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), headaches, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue. Pamís Christian faith influences her values and worldview. Clients are always welcome to include the integration of Christian faith into their work with Pam, but she leaves this decision up to each individual person.
Elsa Hwee, Psy.D.
Dr. Elsa Hwee is a licensed psychologist providing counseling for children, teenage girls, and adult women who are dealing with problems such as anger, anxiety, abuse recovery, behavioral problems, depression, relationship problems, and stress. Her work with children includes play and art therapy and parenting support. With teenage girls and women, careful listening and understanding of each client is supplemented with specific suggestions to address unhealthy thought and behavioral patterns.
Elsa also works with clients who desire counseling for faith/spiritual/church related issues, especially from a bible based Christian perspective.
Elsaís training includes receiving a Bachelor of Arts (Psychology/Honors), a Master of Arts/Doctor of Psychology (Clinical Psychology), and WA State Psychologist License since 1996. Her training included work in residential treatment centers, community mental health agencies, and elementary schools. Life training includes growing up as an Asian in Canada, being married, and homeschooling her children.
* The Capstone Counseling name is for identification purposes. Counselors are independent practitioners solely responsible for the evaluation and treatment of their clients.