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Professional Associates

Professional Associate's fee is $70 (individual services) and $120 (family and couple services).
Each of our PAs have obtained a Master’s degree and are currently working toward Washington state licensure and insurance paneling. They are supervised by Cary M Hamilton LMHC-S, CMHS, RPT-S, Sarah Moran LMFT-S, RPT, & Anita Baruah LMFT-S, CMHS, RPT
Will Herland

William Herland, MEd, LMHCA

Specialties: Children and Families

Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays


William joined the Olympia Therapy team in March 2023 as a Child and Family Therapist. Previously, he worked as an elementary school teacher for nearly ten years. He received his Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Columbia University in April 2021.


Since he began his career with children and families as an elementary school teacher, William has been interested in developing strong individual relationships with the children with whom he works. He believes in a child-centered orientation to therapy that is built around being sensitive and responsive to the unique needs of each child. William prefers an integrative approach to therapy that draws on a wide variety of theoretical approaches. These approaches are selected based on their level of fit with each particular client. William is passionate about building a deep awareness of the needs of each child and family to determine the best method of care.


William specializes in working to develop self-esteem and confidence in children. He utilizes a strength-based approach to work with neurodivergent clients. He is passionate about providing a space for children and families to develop a deep awareness of themselves and their resiliencies and strengths in order to heal.

Educational and Professional Qualifications

BA, Psychology, Washington College (2011)

Ed.M. Counseling Psychology,  Columbia University (2021)

Professional Affiliations

Member, American Counseling Association

Kellyn Tucker, MA, LMFTA

Specialties: Children and Families

Monday & Wednesday evenings

Kellyn tucker

Kellyn knew early on that she had a yearning to connect and help people along their healing journey. She has studied different therapies in her education career, with a start in music therapy, which she studied for a short while at Arizona State University. During her time at ASU, she taught one-on-one music lessons to students of all ages and abilities, including some children with special needs. She then switched her major to dietetics and finished her Bachelors of Science in Nutrition Science in 2017 from Kaplan University. 


While working with weight loss clients, she noted how her client’s nutrition choices were greatly influenced by their mental well-being and environmental influences surrounding them. Because of this, she decided to pursue her Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy through Capella University, graduating in 2022. During her masters program, she completed her internship hours at Olympia Therapy, where she is now continuing on as a Professional Associate, gaining hours towards becoming a fully Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Registered Play Therapist.


When she is not supporting clients, she is spending her time playing, crafting, and exploring the outdoors with her two young boys, spending quality time with her husband, playing the piano, and cooking for her family.

Educational and Professional Qualifications

BS, Nutrition Science (2017)

MS, Marriage and Family Therapy (2023)

Play Therapy Graduate Certificate (in progress)

Professional Affiliations


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