Meet our Mobile Mama Counselors

Meet our Mobile Mama Counselors

Our Mobile Mama Therapists specialize in Perinatal Mental Health with ongoing training in the many aspects of motherhood, including fertility concerns, adjustment periods and the transition to motherhood, attachment, traumatic birth, grief and loss, parenting and couples work. Our goal is to provide psychotherapy for women at each stage of motherhood.

Michelle Anderson MA, LMHC, PMH-C

Navigating the tender terrain of motherhood takes courage and vulnerability. Reaching out for support, does too. If you are experiencing a perinatal mood and/or anxiety disorder (PMAD), pregnancy/child loss, or if you are simply navigating the bumpy labyrinth of motherhood, you are in good company.

We are here to listen to, hear, and support you, to help you develop tools that will scaffold a more gentle transition in this time. Welcome, I am so pleased that you are here and reaching out.


PHONE: 360-393-5114

Cherise Benson LMHCA

Cherise is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate who holds a Masters of Counseling from Denver Seminary with advanced training in perinatal mental health. Her counseling approach is warm and personal, drawing primarily from client-centered, cognitive behavioral, and existential therapies. Cherise has experience providing support to mothers healing from loss, traumatic births and NICU experiences, and difficult co-parenting relationships. She is passionate about supporting clients as they navigate the profound transition to motherhood.


PHONE: 360-603-8757

Maya Caldwell Eleazer Counselor, MA, LMHCA

Maya obtained her degree in Counseling Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Through the experience of supporting families as a birth postpartum and grief doula for over 20 years, she became aware of the great need for support and guidance during these transformational life events. She describes her interpersonal style as warm, relational, encouraging and supportive.


PHONE: 360-603-0899

Sarah Birch MEd, MS, LMHCA

Transition to motherhood can mean endless things. It can bring up reflections and wonderings about how we were raised—our own experiences of being mothered. It can bring us into emotional landscapes that feel unfamiliar and unexpected. We face an innumerable number of shifts and changes to how we view ourselves and the world we find ourselves inhabiting. Sarah believes that it is in this uncharted territory when we need community and space to reflect most. It is her honor to be a part of your community.


PHONE: 360-306-2156

Josie Warner CMHC Intern

Josie is currently pursuing a Masters in Clinical Psychology at Seattle University. She has been a teacher for the past two decades and during that time has supported countless parents and children through difficult and beautiful life experiences. Her transition from the field of education to that of therapy is rooted in a deep desire to continue fostering growth and introspection, crafting a place where the journey of motherhood is nurtured and supported.


PHONE: 360-306-2700

Erin Przylucki CMHC Intern

Erin is a Clinical Mental Health Counseling student at Antioch University Seattle where she is earning her master’s degree with a certificate in Trauma Counseling. Erin uses a trauma-informed, integrative approach that draws from Internal Family Systems, polyvagal theory, somatic theories, mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.


PHONE: 360-306-2635

With an innate passion for the helping field, Rachel is transitioning to a counseling role after years of supporting clients in career services. She is completing a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of the Cumberlands and previously earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication from Washington State University.


PHONE: 360-904-6973

As a Clinical Mental Health Counseling student at Northwest University, Melody is pursuing her Masters degree after almost a decade of working in the criminal justice system as a victim advocate. Many of the cases she worked on involved violence against women. She remains deeply passionate about serving women in her community and as such is focusing her counseling work, with women navigating the perinatal period.


PHONE: 360-389-8953