Navigating the mental health system can be overwhelming. Finding a therapist trained in the reproductive period that takes your insurance, is affordable, accessible and available is next to impossible. PS-WA is dedicated to reducing barriers people face in accessing high quality mental health care. Our new therapy program is designed to provide the care you need, where you want it: in your home, in the community, online, or in the office.

Due to COVID-19 we are only offering online services at the moment. We look forward to being able to expand our services in time. We have 5 highly skilled therapists and interns with both lived and professional experience serving childbearing families.

Online therapy for common experiences including:

We treat a variety of common concerns including infertility, perinatal loss, birth trauma, postpartum adjustment issues such as depression, anxiety, and panic, breast/chestfeeding stress/trauma, relationship concerns since baby, and unwanted feelings such as anger, rage, irritability.

To access any of our programs please call our Warm Line or request a call back.


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Insurance, sliding scale & free therapy available.

Services available regardless of income or insurance.

We are currently in network with Premera, Lifewise, and Cigna ( Molina and Aetna coming soon).  Whether you are in network with one of these companies or have another insurance plan we are happy to support you to navigate your insurance and treatment options.

We can complete a benefit check to determine your out-of-pocket costs, as well as determine a sliding scale option that will work for you. Lastly, we can offer free of charge services for families who are experiencing severe financial hardships.

Meet our online therapy team:

Meyleen Velasquez Therapist

Meyleen Velasquez, LCSW, LICSW, PHM-C, RPT-S, BCD

Clinical Supervisor and Trainer (she/her)

Meyleen is a Latinx psychotherapist specializing in perinatal and infant mental health. She is a social work doctoral student focusing her research on anti-racist and anti-oppressive practices in mental health.

Jessica Duty

Jessica Duty, LMFTA

Therapist (she/her)

I support birthing people and their families nurture the capacity for self reflection, insight,
discernment and change. Beyond the initial reason for engaging in therapy, I often work with
people and their loved ones to explore the underlying patterns in behaviors, relationships and
overall life engagement that hinder growth, progress and satisfaction.

Haley Brandenburg Therapist

Haley Brandenburg, LICSWA

Therapist (she/her)

My name is Haley Brandenburg. I hold an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Washington State University and a Masters degree in clinical Social Work from Walla Walla University. I have experience conducting therapy groups with children and adolescents within an educational setting.

Krystal Sylva

Krystal Silva, ND, LAc

Therapist (she/her)

Krystal has worked supporting women and families with the transition to parenthood in her capacity as a naturopathic doctor, licensed acupuncturist, lactation specialist and parent educator.

Yvette McKee Therapist

Yvette McKee, LICSWA

Therapist (she/her)

Hi there! My name is Yvette McKee. I am a Seattlite, (who lovingly sees myself as a Southern-PNWer), cis-gendered Black woman. My upbringing and lived experiences have informed my identities that reflect those of the communities I work with.

Katie Gibson

Katie Gibson

MSW Intern Therapist (she/her)

After experiencing postpartum depression firsthand, Katie decided to become a postpartum doula and then go on to get her master’s in social work so that she may better serve families in need of support while also advocating for birth justice.

"I wish someone had told me what to expect. I wish someone had talked about what they went through, or directed me toward finding out what other women went through, so that I didn't feel so utterly crazy."

- Tyrese L. Coleman