Mindy Maxwell
Clinical Services

Psychotherapy, Individual, and Group Clinical Supervision



Are you feeling stuck where you are at currently? Are you feeling like the path forward is not clear to you right now? You might be trying to make a big change in your life and wondering what steps to take. I can help you clarify where you have been and what your strengths are to shape your bright future.  Together we will explore what options are available to you as you move through this time.  My goal is to support you as you change, grow and clarify your future.  

I provide a supportive, collaborative counseling environment for individuals (18+). I am LGBTQIA+ friendly. I  am experienced in working with anxiety, depression, ADHD/ADD, grief & loss, life change/transitions, stress management and women’s concerns. I especially enjoy helping parents whose children have ADHD.

Contact me at (415) 903-0452 to schedule an appointment

Mindy M. Maxwell LMHC PLLC

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a Masters of Arts (MA) in Mental Health Counseling from Seattle University.

I am a qualified clinical supervisor for those working towards licensure in Washington State. I assist associate level therapists, counselors and social workers with building their skills and professional confidence. I am available for individual and shared supervision sessions.  Additionally, I offer consultation and presentation on a wide variety of clinical topics for healthcare organizations.

Location and Contact


2201 SW 152nd Street, Suite 2

Burien, WA 98166

Entrance and free parking on the south side of the building


Therapy Room

Waiting Room

Waiting Room

(415) 903-0452 (phone)


by appointment only




Individual Supervision

Clinical Supervision is the process of two or more professionals formally meeting to reflect and review clinical situations with the aim of supporting the clinician in their professional environment.  The objectives are to create a confidential, safe and supportive environment, to critically reflect on professional practice.  I believe in helping supervisees identify their own strengths and ways to use the strengths when working with others and clinical areas.  The goal of the developmental model is to guide and teach as you move through your professional development process.

Group Supervision

Group supervision is when 2-3 clinicians participate in a clinical supervision process. This shared experience will provide you with feedback and guidance in a trusting, supportive and confidential environment.  The developmental model has a focus on the developmental and educative components to support your continued growth. Through this process, it will enhance your behavioral health practice and increase your self-awareness.

Individual Therapy

My scope of practice includes a wide range of clinical issues. My areas of clinical focus are adults and families with issues from Generalized Anxiety, Major Depression, Grief & Loss, Substance use, Relationship issues, Workplace and career transitions, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Women’s issues, Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorder, Veteran's issues, LGBTQ individuals and their families and mood disorders.  I combine various aspects of different treatment philosophies to provide you the most individualized therapy possible. I want to help you work through the barriers and issues that may be hindering your ability to live your most authentic self and to help you navigate the complexities of life: past, present and future.

Consultation and Group Presentation

I am an experienced presenter and consultant on a variety of topics such as behavioral health issues, homelessness, care coordination, and domestic violence. I also have experience with such issues as systems change, clinical quality, performance measures, and team dynamics. Please contact me to discuss what would be most helpful or of interest to you or your group. 

My most recent presentations include:

-Presenting as of a panel on Health Systems Navigation by Families of Color in Permanent Supportive Housing at the 25th Annual Conference on Ending Homelessness in May 2015.