A Journey with Hope... 
         Julie West, MFT 

Therapy and Counseling for Adults, Families, and Children in Roseville, CA.

Counseling for Adults, Families and Children

Whether you are seeking counseling or therapy services for yourself, your family, or your child ... Welcome.

I hope that you find what you are looking for here.

In addition to my counseling work with adults and couples, I specialize in working with children, and I use play therapy techniques and sand tray with them, both of which are avenues that can promote healing and growth for kids. I provide all clients - kids, teens and adults - with a counseling experience that is safe, nonjudgmental and accepting. I believe in collaboration throughout the therapy process, and I have seen many clients grow and heal.

Although it is often useful, especially intially, to talk about and explore the areas of struggle that bring someone to counseling, I find that it is very helpful to move that focus to hope and solutions early in the process. With every client, I remain flexible so that I can try to find what works for each person, and I check in frequently about what is working and what is not, so that clients are getting the services and help that they are seeking.

Choosing a therapist and entering therapy can take a lot of courage. It is very important to work with a therapist who you feel comfortable with, and feel supported by. I offer a free 20-minute phone consultation for us to talk so that you can determine if it feels like a good fit.

If you are ready to call and talk with me about what you are looking for, I can be reached at: (916)709-4646

To learn more about the specific areas of individual psychotherapy, family therapy, and child counseling, visit
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I look forward to the opportunity to answer any questions you may have and to get to know one another.

Julie West, Marriage and Family Therapist • MFC51432
(916)709-4646 • Roseville, CA


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