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Francaise, (206) 632-5433, Room 205
Barba, Salvatore Ph.D., (206) 525-0750, Room 344
Beck, Tom Ph.D., (206) 329-9235,
Cascade Harvest Coalition, (206) 632-0606, Room 123
CG Jung Society Seattle, (206)
547-3956, Room 222
Center for a Positive Alternative to A.A., (206) 547-1955,
Colli, Janet Ph.D., (206) 329-9235,
Cramer, Christina LMP, (206) 328-4196, Room 300
Dispute Resolution Center of King County, (206) 443-9603, Suite 520
Good Shepherd Hourly Room Rental
Program, (206) 547-8127, Room 226
Good Shepherd Center Property
Managers Office, (206) 547-8127, Room 226
Gyrotonic Movement Center, (206) 547-5880, Room 440
Hostelling International Washington State Council (HI-WSC)
Houseworth, Deborah M.Ac.,L.Ac.,
, Room 343
iLEAP, (206) 588-5327, Room 400
International Snow Leopard
Trust, (206) 632-2421, Room 325
King County Nurses Association,
(206) 545-0603, Room 224
Mayes, Carol, MSW, LICSW , (206) 817-3036 Room 346
Meridian School - Main Office,
(206) 632-7154, Room 242
NEO Art School, (206) 632-2530,
NW Infant Survival & SIDS Alliance, (206) 548-9290, Room 350
Pacific NW Needle Arts
Guild, PNNAG@hotmail.com, Room
Program for Early Parent
Support (PEPS), (206) 547-8570, Room 324
Riley, Lanie MSW, LMT,
(206) 545-4266, Room 340
Seattle Tilth Association:
Business Office, (206) 632-0451, Room 100;
Garden Hotline, (206) 633-0224, Room 100;
Master Composters, (206) 633-0097, Room 100
Sundin, Joyce E. Counselor,
(206) 634-0434, Room 347
Thomas, Peter Phd., Therapist,
(206) 634-2162, Room 300
Tilth Producers of Washington, Room 305
Union Physical Therapy, (206) 819-4002, Room 302
Wallingford Senior Center,
(206) 461-7825, Room 100
Washington Green Schools
Washington Toxics Coalition,
(206) 632-1545, Room 540
Washington Water Trails Association,
(206) 545-9161, Room 307
Woestwin, Anya M.A., Counselor,
(206) 632-0830, Room 342
Women's Recovery Center,
(206) 547-1955, Room 200
ALLIANCE FRANCAISE OF SEATTLE is a non-profit, cultural
and educational membership organization. They are part
of a worldwide network dedicated to better mutual understanding
between France and other countries. Their purpose is
to share the French culture and language with interested
parties. They offer French language classes, luncheons
with guest speakers, and at different locations around Seattle,
art shows, films, and a circulating library. Alliance Franaise
cooperates with local universities and schools and other
organizations. The Seattle chapter was founded in 1987 and
evolved from "The Cercle Franaise", a 50 year old institution. They
encourage the study of world languages, in this case, French,
by providing scholarships to High School students.
TOM BECK, PH.D., provides
mental health counseling dealing with a broad spectrum of issues,
including AIDS / HIV. He offers hypnotherapy and specializes
in transpersonal psychotherapy, the psychology of spiritual
experience. Dr. Beck also conducts research into emerging technologies
based on subtle energies. By accepting Medicare and offering
a sliding fee scale, he has a commitment to provide services
to people who could not otherwise afford counseling.
Web site: becolli.home.mindspring.com
CASCADE HARVEST COALITION is a non-profit organization working to build a sustainable local food system by supporting farmers, supporting consumers, and building healthy communities. Our programs and activities address issues affecting the local food and farm system by building awareness and appreciation for the important economic, environmental, social and cultural aspects of family farming in the region; promoting preservation and protection of farmlands and farming resources; enhancing community food security by improving access to locally-produced food; and working collaboratively with individuals and organizations to affectively identify and address issues facing the local food system. Puget Sound Fresh (www.pugetsoundfresh.org) is a local farm product branding and consumer education program; Farm to Table: Connecting Local Farmers with Local Food Buyers provides key market connections between farmers and food buyers; Washington FarmLink provides valuable farm transition and farmer education services; the Puget Sound Food Project is working to address critical processing infrastructure needs; and Harvest Celebrations foster important farmer-consumer linkages. Visit us at www.cascadeharvest.org or email email@example.com.
JUNG SOCIETY is a nonprofit educational corporation
formed to provide a forum for the ideas of Swiss psychiatrist
Carl Gustav Jung. Established in 1972, the group seeks to
promote an understanding of Jung's analytical psychology
and current use of Jungian concepts by contemporary thinkers.
One of many such groups throughout the world, C.G.J.S. sponsors
lectures and seminars by local and nationally known Jungian
scholars. They also maintain a reference library.
COLLI, PH.D., provides mental health counseling and
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) dealing
with a broad spectrum of issues, including trauma, posttraumatic
stress and life-challenging illness. She also specializes
in transpersonal psychotherapy, the psychology of spiritual
experience. Dr. Colli continues her doctoral research into
mind-body healing and is the author of a book based on case
studies. She provides services to people who could not otherwise
afford counseling by accepting Medicare and offering a sliding
Web site: becolli.home.mindspring.com
The GOOD SHEPHERD
CENTER HOURLY ROOM RENTAL PROGRAM has one Conference
Room and one Meeting Room available Monday through Saturday
for Hourly Rentals. Please call Cindy Hughes at the Good
Shepherd Center Office 206-547-8127 for application forms,
information on room availability, and for appointments to
see space. All GSC rentals must be reserved and scheduled
at least 14 days in advance. Many of the Good Shepherd Center
tenants program public events in the spaces including Seattle
HOUSEWORTH provides holistic and complementary health
care such as acupuncture, herbs, psychotherapy, therapeutic
meditation trainings, and hypnotherapy.
iLEAP is an international nonprofit organization with a mission to inspire and renew social leaders and global citizens through integrated leadership programs that ignite hope and transformation in the world. We conduct programs in Seattle, Washington and collaborate with social leaders throughout Asia, Africa, and Central America to build regional networks of change leaders who are connected through a values-based approach to leadership and committed to building strong global partnerships for social change.
SNOW LEOPARD TRUST is dedicated to conserving the endangered
snow leopard and the biological diversity of the snow leopard's
wilderness habitat in central Asia. Working in partnership
with individuals and institutions in Central Asia, the non-profit
ISLT seeks to achieve its mission through balanced approaches
which consider both the needs of people and of the environment.
ISLT supports programs of research and monitoring, field
conservation, capacity-building for range country organizations,
training and technical assistance, and environmental education.
Web site: www.snowleopard.org
NURSES ASSOCIATION is a non-profit organization founded
in 1903 whose purpose is to work for the improvement of health
standards and the availability of health care; and to foster
and promote high standards of nursing through education.
A variety of workshops, conferences, and special interest
groups are available for registered nurses.
Web site: www.kcnurses.org
Phone: (206) 545-0603
CAROL MAYES MSW, LICSW offers mental health counseling for individuals, couples and families.Her approach to therapy is strength based, with a foundation in psychodynamic and systems theories.She provides a supportive, safe and confidential environment in which to deal with a broad range of issues, including life transitions, relationships, trauma, anxiety, depression, parenting and meaningful self-discovery.Therapy focuseson achieving/restoring emotional wellness for positive growth and healing. By offering a sliding fee scale, she is able to provide services to those who cannot otherwise afford experienced counseling services.
HOSTELLING INTERNATIONAL WASHINGTON STATE COUNCIL(HI-WSC)
is the WA state branch of the non-profit Hostelling International - USA. Our Good Shepherd office serves as the programming and administration headquarters, where we organize quality cultural education programs for youth and community members, run a student internship program, administer fund raising efforts, provide travel information, and sell HI-USA memberships. For more information on our programs, memberships and hours of operation please visit our website: www.hiwsc.org.
SCHOOL is a non-profit, 501 (c) (3) organization. We
provide a strong academic curriculum to students in kindergarten
through grade five. The core curriculum is reinforced with
music, foreign language, PE, library skills and technology.
Our school climate encourages positive social growth. Community
service projects and peer problem solving lessons help children
practice responsible citizenship daily. The combination of
small class size, exceptional teachers, rich curriculum,
and our historic setting make learning meaningful and challenging.
Web site: www.meridianschool.edu
Ron Waldman, Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (206) 632-7154
MERIDIAN SCHOOL EXTENDED CARE is
open to students enrolled in the elementary school program.
The after school activities include drama, music, sports and
MERIDIAN SCHOOL SUMMER PROGRAM focuses
on non-academic activities with field trips, theme weeks, walking
tours and specialty programs. This program is open to the wider
community and students can enroll by the week.
NEO ART SCHOOL's permanent
facility was established in 1983 to bring art productivity
to the community in an easily accessible medium. They feature
certified teachers, organized lesson plans, and a structured
classroom approach integrated into an environment conducive
to developing artistic ability and confidence in children ages
three through twelve.
NORTHWEST NEEDLE ARTS GUILD is a non-profit volunteer
organization. It was organized for education, to encourage
individuals to pursue knowledge in the needle arts and to
raise and maintain standards of technique and design. They
have three general meetings yearly, publish a monthly newsletter,
furnish workshops, satellite groups, study circles, annual
fiber show, maintain a library, furnish books to members
and provide service to the community.
Web site: www.scn.org/pnnag/
EARLY PARENT SUPPORT (PEPS)is a non-profit organization that brings parents of infants and young children together in community-based discussion and support groups. Learn more about our programs, including the Newborn, Baby Peppers, Little Peppers and more at www.peps.org. When parents connect, kids benefit.
Web site: www.peps.org
MSW, LMP is a certified social worker and licensed massage
practitioner practicing in Wallingford for over 20 years.
She provides counseling to adults and does play therapy with
children. She has a sub-specialty in bereavement. Lanie also
offers massage treatment for relaxation and relief from muscle
soreness, stiffness, and spasm. She accepts insurance for
both counseling and massage therapy.
SEATTLE TILTH is
a non-profit volunteer organization of gardeners interested
in environmentally sound ways of growing edible and ornamental
plants. The gardens in the rear of the Good Shepherd Center
are managed by Tilth as demonstration gardens, and include
a children's garden. Since 1986, Seattle Tilth has administered
the City's nationally known Community Compost Education Program.
The organization is committed to increasing urban self-reliance
by sharing ideas and techniques in organic gardening, edible
landscaping, composting and related subjects through its newsletter,
demonstration garden, workshops, lectures, tours and referrals.
Tilth is funded by memberships, donations, grants and proceeds
from activities such as the annual Spring Plant Sale, the Autumn
Harvest Fair, and Winetasting.
Web site: www.seattletilth.org.
The NW INFANT SURVIVAL & SIDS ALLIANCE is dedicated to the informational and emotional support of bereaved families, to the education of the general public and professionals, and to the ultimate elimination of sudden infant death through research.
Web site: www.nwsids.org
CCDC II, NCAC II, is a certified chemical dependency
counselor, a national certified addiction counselor, and
an intervention specialist who devotes her practice exclusively
to interventions. While she works primarily in the field
of chemical dependency, she has also been successful with
interventions on eating disorders, gambling, smoking cessation
and unhealthy dependencies in work and relationships. Her
clients typically are the family members, coworkers, and
friends of people suffering from addictive disorders. They
are then facilitated by Joyce to present a caring message
to their person who suffers, and motivate them into a recovery
Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist and a psychotherapist
in practice for 25 years. His work is interactive and uses
role-play, movement, imagery and dreams to help people discover
and affirm their inner resources for self-renewal.
TILTH PRODUCERS OF WASHINGTON is a 30-year old statewide organic and sustainable farming association made up of Washington’s organic farmers, researchers, educators and businesses. The organization works systemically to promote ecologically sound farming practices that improve the health of our communities and natural environment. We teach organic farming practices; provide networking opportunities for organic farmers, educate consumers about the benefits of local organic agriculture; advocate for sensible agriculture policy and build working relationships among organic industry stakeholders to promote a sustainable food system in Washington. For more information, or to join the organization, call 206-632-7506, email email@example.com or visit www.tilthproducers.org.
UNION PHYSICAL THERAPY is a cooperative physical therapy practice. Mitch Owens MSPT, CMPT began Union PT in 2010 and he is joined by his partner Elisa Scherb DPT, CMPT and Andrew Elsen DPT, Union PT was formed to provide independent practitioners the opportunity to provide the highest level of care possible in a cooperative organizational and practice environment. Information about our practice and online scheduling can be found at www.unionpt.com.
COMMUNITY SENIOR CENTER was established in 1979 to provide
a community facility where senior adults can meet together,
receive services and participate in activities that will
enhance their dignity, support, independence and involvement
in the life and affairs of the community. The non-profit
Center, open Monday through Friday, is affiliated with Senior
Services of King County, funded in part by United Way of
King County and Community Development Block Grant monies.
Staff members and a large volunteer organization offer relevant
services and activities to seniors.
WASHINGTON GREEN SCHOOLS educates our future leaders by advancing green practices in schools throughout the state. More that one million students attend K-12 schools in Washington State, using significant natural resources. To create a healthy future for our region, schools should both model and teach environmental sustainability. Students require excellent critical thinking and communication skills to address challenges such as climate change and population growth. In addition, schools must use resources efficiently and minimize waste. Guided by the vision of sustainability, Washington Green Schools provides resources for students, teachers, and community members to engage in resource conservation and waste reduction in schools.
Web site: www.wagreenschools.org
TOXICS COALITION has worked since 1981 to protect human
health and the environment by preventing pollution. They
believe that people and other species are entitled to clean
water, clean air, and an uncontaminated food supply. They
advocate pollution-prevention based policies, support sustainable
and organic agriculture, promote alternatives to pesticides
and other toxic products, and empower communities to address
local pollution problems. They work with farmers, farm workers,
local citizens, and a broad array of people concerned with
securing a safe environment for future generations.
Web site: www.watoxics.org
TRAILS ASSOCIATION (WWTA) is a non-profit collaboration
of people who love to travel and enjoy the world by small
boats. WWTA works to build partnerships with both public
and private organizations to create and manage water trails,
instill a strong stewardship ethic for the aquatic environment,
and to encourage the use of "blueways" for learning about
Washington state's special places. The Cascadia Marine Trail
provides resting sites for small hand-carried human-and wind-powered
watercraft users on Puget Sound from Olympia to the Canadian
border. The Lakes-To-Lakes Water Trail provides freshwater
access within metropolitan King County and to the Chittenden
Locks connecting to Puget Sound.
Web site: www.wwta.org
WOESTWIN, MA provides counseling for adults, couples,
and groups. Her practice focuses on helping people cope with
and grow from transitions(such as marriage, divorce, death,
career change, becoming a parent, and midlife), compelling
urges (intellectual, artistic, spiritual, sexual and professional),
and relationship conflicts. She also helps people recover
from trauma and find the meaning that may be imbedded and
intractable physical symptoms and illness. She is trained
in and uses a number of different approaches, among them
Process-Oriented Psychology, Archetypal Psychology, NLP (Neurolinguistic
Programming), and EMDR (Eye Movement Desenstization and Reprocessing).
CENTER offers a positive and innovative program of recovery
from alcohol abuse or dependency that does not rely on AA
or 12-step participation. Their program is state certified
(and therefore covered by most medical insurance policies).
The eight week Intensive Out patient Treatment program is
based on current recovery research, with small groups and
highly trained therapists. Women's Recovery Center's personalized
approach to treatment provides specific skills for stopping
the addictive behavior and addresses issues common to women
that often underlie and perpetuate the drinking problem:
depression, anxiety, difficulty with negotiating or resolving
conflict in relationships, problems with self image or self
esteem, and difficulty with setting or maintaining progress