Darkness & Light: Reflections on the Winter Season

Darkness & Light: Reflections on the Winter Season

By Rebecca Coates-Finke, JFS Teen and Young Adult Mental Health Counselor Today, the time between sunrise and sunset in Seattle is about eight and a half hours. Tomorrow, we will have the longest night of our year, before the sun slowly begins to stay with us a few more minutes at a time. Last Sunday…

Meet Rebecca Coates-Finke, Our New Teen and Young Adult Mental Health Counselor

Meet Rebecca Coates-Finke, Our New Teen and Young Adult Mental Health Counselor

We are thrilled to welcome Rebecca Coates-Finke to our Counseling and Addiction Services Program, as our new Teen and Young Adult Mental Health Counselor! Our Teen and Young Adult Mental Health Initiative focuses on improving the mental and emotional health of Jewish teens and young adults as they work through a myriad of issues at…

Looking Back, Looking Forward: 2021 in Review

Looking Back, Looking Forward: 2021 in Review

We are astounded by the generosity, resilience, and selflessness we witnessed this past year.

Meet Kelsey Schulman, Mental Health Clinician & Intake Specialist

Meet Kelsey Schulman, Mental Health Clinician & Intake Specialist

Meet Kelsey Schulman, Mental Health Clinician & Intake Specialist at JFS!

Beyond Self-Care: Supporting New Mothers During Maternal Mental Health Month

Beyond Self-Care: Supporting New Mothers During Maternal Mental Health Month

While much is written about the need for mothers to engage in “self-care,” for many of us we’re just struggling to get by.

Embracing Change & Creativity This Season

Embracing Change & Creativity This Season

Even in a COVID winter, it’s possible to cultivate change while staying safe—it just requires some creativity, much like the rest of this year.

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