Miah Long

Miah Long

QMHP

I was raised in the Pacific Northwest attending the University of Oregon for my undergraduate degree and Bushnell University (formerly Northwest Christian University) for my Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. My approach to work with my clients is one of collaboration and compassion. It is my goal as a counselor to meet my clients where they are in their lives and help support them through difficult circumstances and transitions. My background and experience are in a community mental health setting treating depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, and loss and working with clients to establish healthy boundaries, gain self-worth and confidence, and help establish goals to work toward. I believe that my clients are the experts when it comes to their lives and experiences and it is my hope that we can work together to figure out what tools might be most helpful. My approach to counseling is person-centered and trauma-informed and utilizes elements of cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and solution-focused therapy to help guide our work. I currently work with individual adolescents and adults. I feel as though one essential aspect of therapy is a good fit between client and therapist and I know not all personalities or styles will be a great match. I look forward to meeting with you and seeing if working together feels supportive and compatible.