Christelle Silue, MSW, LSWAIC
With over a decade of social justice-related experience, I am passionate about working with BIPOC folks to unpack their racial trauma. As a person that continues to do the work to live as my most organic self while affirming who I desire to be in a world of isms; I personally love to do the work of discovering liberation with clients in session. I am skilled at working with people who are going through life changes such as starting college or grad school.
Therapy with me looks like me working alongside you, asking a lot of questions so I can develop a true understanding of your reality. I might challenge your current navigation of the issues you are experiencing by reframing your narrative. I believe that the messages and attention you receive during your childhood and from the world around you impacts you.
Taking the leap to start therapy is important and can be daunting. I applaud you for wanting to start this journey. I am eager to support you and help you explore who you are, who you want to be, and how you operate in the world. I will work alongside you while using a healing justice framework and a holistic approach.
I have a Bachelor degree in Public Health from the University of Washington. I have a Master’s of Social Work from the University of Washington.