Leadership:

Robert Janes, LMHC: DMHS Free Therapy & Wellness Spanish Program Forms Editor/Translator

Hello, I’m a bilingual, bicultural male-identified therapist with over a decade of experience in school-based services. My journey is deeply rooted in exploring the spaces between cultures, people, and perceptions.

Through my own vulnerabilities and triumphs, I’ve come to understand that shared experiences can be powerful tools for healing. I’m here to listen, relate, and walk alongside you on your path.

With credentials as a licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), I blend my academic background from the University of Washington and Seattle University with postgraduate training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.

Outside of therapy, I’m an amateur photographer, woodworking enthusiast, and climbing aficionado.


Volunteer Team:

Sarah Frazier (she/her): Organizational Development, Quality Assurance & Auditing

Sarah Frazier is a Principal Program Manager at Nava PBC, a public benefit corporation that seeks to make government services simple, effective, and accessible to all. There, she currently leads the team of 40+ technologists that built and run the Massachusetts Paid Family and Medical Leave program, which provides workers in the state with a paycheck during their most vulnerable periods of life. Prior to joining Nava, Sarah spent 14 years in NYC government in a variety of roles at the Parks Department including marketing, field operations, data analysis, and IT. As a Parkie, she learned about access and accessibility up close and what that might look like in practice long-term. She has an MPH from Columbia University, a BS from NYU, and endless schooling from the 5 boroughs of the city she calls home.

Leti Ramirez (she/her/hers): Grant Search & Writing Assistance

Leti Ramirez, who identifies as a Hispanic woman, has received her Bachelor of
Arts in Sociology with a Minor in Diversity at the University of Washington in Seattle and is a
current student in a Master of Social Work program through Eastern Washington University. She
is one of only two members of her immediate and extended family to pursue a master’s degree
and has the support and excitement of her family who worked tirelessly to create this
opportunity for her. She works for Seattle Children’s Hospital as a Family Services Coordinator
and is developing social work skills through a mental health counseling practicum at Peaceful
Soul Healing.

Leti is interested in becoming a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker so she can
provide trauma-informed counseling to adults in need, but is constantly finding new interests
and passions through her studies. She is grateful for the opportunity to engage in the impactful
work DMHS does and to learn more about contributing to broader-scale systemic change.


Legacy Contributions:

Tracy L. Stewart, MA, MEd, LMHC: Grant Writing & Fundraising Mentorship

Tracy L. Stewart is mindfulness-based mental health therapist, wellness educator, and healing justice activist in Seattle, WA.  Tracy has participated in previous CompassPoint and Surge Reproductive Justice resource mobilization training and implemented the model at Gathering Roots, a nonprofit she cofounded with Nikki Chau. She also consults with other small nonprofits on how to use the process. Utilizing food and casual conversation to bring people together, mobilizers learn the philosophy and activation of Healing Justice through their support. She currently serves on the board of A Sacred Passing, a BIPoC centered healing justice and end-of-life care service and advocacy organization.  She also serves as co-facilitator of Buddhist Peace Fellowship (BPF) – Seattle, and has served on several participatory granting projects. 

She sees her role in community as working to create supportive, safer space for BIPoC folks in discovering their gifts through mindfulness practice and social justice awareness. Her cup is filled by the outside places, silly friends with microphones, passion for life, and folks sharing their good medicine with each other.

Tracy helped raise over $20,000 in donations and $132,000 in grants for DMHS.

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