Eastside Counseling and Coaching
1324 208th Ave NE  |  Sammamish, WA 98074  | 425-999-9470

Michelle Hollomon,

Licensed Mental Health Counselor


Meet Michelle

Michelle is a LMHC (Licensed Mental Health Counselor) specializing in:

  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Overcoming Stress and Anxiety
  • Goal Setting and Achievement
  • Identifying and Treating

Michelle brings diverse professional experience to her PRactice:

  • Private Practice in Sammamish, WA treating individuals, couples and children
  • Four years in private practice in the Dallas, Texas area
  • Certified Professional Coach (Grow Institute, San Diego, CA)
  • Public Speaker & Seminar Facilitator – Dallas, TX
  • Provided education workshops and counseling in cooperation with US Air Force and local churches
  • Masters Degree in Mental Health Counseling (Liberty University)
  • Selected as a fellow with Pastoral Counseling and Education Center in Dallas, TX
  • Undergraduate studies in Speech Communication (University of Northern Colorado)

Personal Message

Living near the mountains can tell us a lot about life. For example, every majestic peak overlooks a dark valley below. Before any mountain tree limb produces a spring bud, it must endure the harshest of winters. The allure of great heights and the risks of falling from them hang in the same balance. The views can be extraordinary and inspirational, but to those who aren’t used to the altitude, can be nauseating and painful. Storms are unpredictable and unavoidable, but often usher in a new season.

The trail through these mountains is often dangerous and desolate. The weather can change in an instant and you can be hit with a storm that you never saw coming. What is often needed is someone who can navigate the trail with you. Someone to point out signs for warning; “Steep Grade Ahead!” or “Unmarked Terrain!” or “Beware of Bears” or simply... “Scenic View- Enjoy!”

And speaking of the view…it’s worth every bit of hardship, cramping, or blister. There’s nothing that compares with the satisfaction of succeeding at something difficult, accomplishing what you set out to do, and then looking back at how far you have come.

© 2017, Michelle Hollomon, MA, LMHC. All rights reserved.