Rochelle Long is a Licensed Mental Health Therapist, Divorce Coach, and Child Specialist specializing in individual, couples, children and adolescent, and family therapy, and maintains a private practice in Everett, Washington. Rochelle Long also works with youth, young adult, and adult athletes and provides mental fitness training to help the athlete find their inner strength and help build (or re-build) their self-esteem, goals, etc. Rochelle Long also works with families in conjunction with the athlete due to the high stress and demands placed on athletes today.
With over eighteen experience as a Licensed therapist and child specialist, and as a graduate of Sage University, Albany, NY specializing in Clinical Psychology, I am currently serving as a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. Among my areas of expertise are depression and anxiety, eating issues/body image, divorce/separation/high conflict cases, parenting issues, reunification therapy, parent coordination, co-parent counseling, children and adolescents, couples and family counseling.
In addition to being a prominent family systems therapist, I also work with many high conflict cases and help many divorcing/separating couples resolve their differences without going to court. I believe we have the ability to work out differences when we can surpass our emotions and truly feel heard. I assist divorcing/separating couples deal with their emotional pain and help them work together collaboratively for what is best for their family. I help them get from "couple mode to parent mode." I also work as a Child Specialist and assist the children to have a "voice" about their parents divorce/separation. Additionally, I help families reconnect through "reunification" and "supervised visits" with the goal of reuniting children and families back together.
I am also an interactive, solution-focused therapist, and cognitive behavioral therapist. This therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, I work with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
Additionally, I work with athletes at all levels, from house to competing levels. Rochelle Long has extensive experience working with athletes and mental fitness training to help the athlete find their inner strengths, goals, and experiences to produce better performance and outcome both in the sport, and personally. She works with families as well to help them understand the pressures placed on athletes today, and ways to encourage them from the 'sidelines' and not be the 'other coach.'
I am a member with American Mental Health Association (AMHA), AFCC, International Academy Collaborative Law, Mediation Services, Supervised Network (SN), ACSM, USAH.
I enjoy my four children ages 9-18. I love to be outdoors, hiking, running, riding bikes, and spending time with my children. I coach youth hockey, youth soccer, and running at all levels. I love taking our dogs, Jack and Jackson, on fun runs. I enjoy a great mystery novel and a good comedy film. Life is full of surprises, ups and downs, and I believe we must keep dancing.
Antioch University, Seattle, WA - Attended 2005-2010 - 96 credits Doctor in Pscyhology Degree
Graduated from Sage University, Albany, NY in 2000 with a Masters of Art in Clinical Psychology
Graduated from Washington State University, Pullman, WA in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Parenting Evaluations from Andrew Benjamin, JD, Ph.D.
International Association for Collaborative Professionals working with couples in conflict
Mediation through Dispute Resolution Center
Dialectical Behavior Therapy through Antioch University
Couples and Family Therapy Gottman Style through Antioch University
Professional Activities and Memberships
American Counseling Association (ACA), American Mental Health Association (AMHA), International Association Collaborative Professionals, International Association for Coaching (IAC), and International Coach Federation (IFC), KCCL (King County Collaborative Law), Washington Collaborative Professional (WCL), North Sound Collaborative Law (NSCL), American Mediation Association (AMA), Supervised Network (SN), ACSM, Member of USAH