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A part of Edgewood Seattle since the summer of 2012, Courtney Strong specializes in the treatment of trauma and addiction, as well as other related mental health disorders. Courtney is passionate about the opportunity Edgewood offers individuals in the Seattle area, regularly revamping services to provide the highest sophistication in treatment of substance use
Nicole Sartore-Babuin completed her Bachelor of Social Work at the University of Victoria and worked as both inpatient and family counselor at the Edgewood Treatment Center in Nanaimo, BC Canada. In 2004 Nicole relocated to the Seattle, where she pioneered Edgewood’s children’s program Bounce Back. She specializes in working with family members who have been affected by the devastation of addiction and truly believes that everyone deserves a chance to recover.
Carmen has worked in the chemical dependency field for several years, in both inpatient and outpatient settings. She believes addiction is best treated holistically, by addressing the physical, mental and spiritual aspects, and is continually expanding her education on chemical addiction and other behavioral addictions.
Shea has an MA in Psychology from Brandman University and is a licensed Chemical Dependency Professional. She is the Community Relations Manager of the Seattle office as well as the Business Development Manager at the national level for EHN.
Lindsay holds a Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences with an emphasis on psychology and sociology from Washington State University and a certificate from Bellevue College in the Alcohol and Drug Addiction Counseling program. She believes treatment should be based on scientifically based methods that assist her in teaching people effective ways to change while clarifying goals for recovery. Lindsay is a registered yoga instructor who leads our Yoga Therapy group. She believes that integrating yoga into treatment can allow people to heal from substance use disorders in a unique way. Introducing a yoga practice allows people to connect with their thoughts, feelings and physical sensations in a way many people have not before. This space can allow people to engage with themselves and others, and evaluate their automatic patterns of behavior in a different way, to help reduce relapse and substance use disorder related behaviors.
Jessamyn Dean, MA LMHC CDP is a contemplative psychotherapist, who received her Master’s degree from Naropa University, where she was trained in Tibetan Buddhist Psychology, Psychodynamic, Client-Centered, Dialectical Behavioral and Solution-Focused psychotherapies. Jessamyn specializes in counseling individuals and families who are coping with substance, process and relationship addictions, and concurrent mental health conditions. She is also experienced in aiding individuals with grief counseling, deepening spirituality and healing the effects of childhood abuse. In addition, she specializes in working with complex developmental trauma. Her supportive, yet direct, approach to counseling is rooted in the introspective practice of mindfulness-awareness meditation.