Compassionate, effective counseling in the Tri-Cities, WA

  • Get therapy for PTSD, abuse, and grief/loss

  • Get out of your head and into your life

  • Put your past behind you

I am only accepting clients on a wait list at this time, as my practice is full.

Thank you for visiting my site! I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with over 15 years of experience who specializes in treating PTSD (including abuse), and grief and loss 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.

In this time of uncertainty due to the COVID-19 virus, I continue to see clients in my office. We will be 6 feet apart and you are welcome to wear a mask if you prefer. If you are age 65+, I require you to have completed your COVID vaccinations as I have.

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Jason Chastain, LICSW, BCD, CCTP-II, GC-C

As a specialist I only treat patients with trauma or grief/loss issues. It is easy to get started with me. If you live locally please give me a call at 509-531-6698, or click the Forms/Contact Me link to write me directly. My office hours are 9a – 5p Tuesday to Friday, and afternoons on Monday. Our first session will be a chance for me to listen and understand all that is bothering you. I work with adults and highly motivated adolescents age 16 and up. 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. If you want to know a bit more about me click on the About Me link.

As an approved supervisor I provide supervision for those seeking to become independently licensed to practice in the state of Washington. As a consultant in EMDR, I can also provide consultation for those seeking to become certified in EMDR.


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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