DSC_6905_DxO-LCounseling in the Tri-Cities, WA


  • Get psychotherapy for PTSD, depression, anxiety and grief/loss

  • Learn how to take your life back

Thank you for visiting my site! I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with over 13 years of experience who specializes in treating PTSD (including abuse), depression, and anxiety. I also have experience working with grief and loss, as well as chronic pain issues. I am located in the Tri-Cities area (Richland, Kennewick, Pasco) of Washington. I am committed to providing you with the best counseling and therapy services in the area.

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Jason Chastain, MSW, LICSW, CCTP

I am currently accepting new clients, and it is easy to get started with me. If you live locally give me a call or email me, I return phone calls and emails within 48 business hours. If you live farther away contact me also, I am set up to do video therapy online! You are not alone, I would like to be of help. In order to discuss what you may need and how I can help, please call or email for a free initial telephone consultation. If you know you’d like to get started, you can call my office at 509-531-6698 to get scheduled right away. Our first session will be a chance for me to listen and understand all that is bothering you. I accept most insurances. I also accept Medicare, but only for those age 65 and up that are not on disability. I work with adults and adolescents age 16 and up. Click on the Contact Me page for more details. I look forward to meeting you soon!

I also maintain a blog I regularly update. Feel free to click on it for information, tips and guides. Also feel free to write me if you’d like me to post on a specific topic.

verified by Psychology Today     Jason Chastain, MSW, LICSW verified by GoodTherapy.orgCCTP

One thought on “Welcome!

  1. Carol says:

    Jason helped through some trying family issues that were causing lost sleep, weight gain, and depression. He is easy to talk with and offers relevant conversation to help deal with all types of personal issues. As I learned from him,
    “No one’s mental health is more important than your own.” I believe this to be very true.

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