Cathi Long, LMFT, Owner and Founder
360 Counseling, LLC understands that seeking help from a counselor is a hard decision to make. Owner and founder, Cathi Long, LMFT has a passion for helping those who struggle with anxiety and trauma. She specializes in EMDR which helps individuals recover from traumatic incidents without medication. Cathi has been helping families, couples and individuals in Clearwater for many years. She can help you with your therapeutic needs and will assist you and/or your family on becoming the best version of yourself. Cathi is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist MT4017.
Nichole Parker, LMFT, Director of Operations
Through an integrative approach, Nichole Parker at 360 Counseling, LLC is able to help guide you through the difficulties you are experiencing. Together, she will work with you to identify undesirable emotions and issues, then find long-term coping skills and solutions to release those burdens. Nichole is experienced in working with a variety of issues including: anxiety/depression, trauma, life changes, communication, LGBTQ, and family/parenting struggles.
Nichole is passionate about quickly identifying and implementing strategies to help you experience noticeable results as soon as possible. Additionally, she hopes to create an atmosphere where you can bring all problems, big or small, to feel welcomed and accepted without judgement. Creating this atmosphere helps to tailor solutions to your particular lifestyle and values. All ages are welcome, and a plan can be tailored to fit your needs individually, as a couple, or family.
Nichole is our Director of Operations and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, MT4281. She is currently seeing clients in-person and via zoom depending on your needs and comfort.
Julia Coley, LMHC
Is anxiety or depression interfering with the way you live your daily life? Perhaps you’ve experienced a traumatic event and are having trouble moving on? Is your child having a difficulty in school? Is work stressing you out?
Julia Coley has experience working with children, teens and adults struggling with trauma, anxiety and depression. Julia enjoys working with individuals and families who are motivated to make changes but may not be aware of the tools available to do so. Through a solution-focused therapeutic approach, she will work with you to identify presenting problems, challenge negative thinking patterns, work through complex-emotions and find solutions and tools that you can apply and move forward to live a happier and more fulfilled life.
Julia knows that making the decision to engage in therapy can be difficult. She creates a therapeutic space that is warm, compassionate and safe to help you feel more comfortable.
Julia is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, MH20126. She is currently seeing clients in-person and via zoom depending on your needs and comfort.
Kris Druhe RMHCI, RMFTI
Kris is a Registered Marriage and Family Therapy Intern, IMT3572 and a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern, IMH21542. She loves working with families and children, especially adolescents. She has years of experience in the public school system as an exceptional student educator, with an emphasis on social/ emotional learning. This experience brings a fresh perspective to parents who may be struggling with the myriad tasks of raising a child with different needs.
Additionally, Kris has experience and education surrounding trauma informed therapy practices. She believes strongly in a solution focused approach and she strives to support the needs of each individual/ family.
Kris provides clients with a safe and non-judgmental space in which they can process life’s challenges and work collaboratively to find sustainable solutions.
Saxon Bowler, RMHCI
Saxon is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern IMH23148. Saxon believes being courageous enough to recognize there might be a problem, and willing to take the steps to check in on yourself is important. She has experience in the school system, law enforcement, the legal system and crisis shelter. Saxon’s background has provided her with extensive experience about the issues that cripple spirits or damage lives. She has never met a client who could not rise and conquer their troubles with the right amount of genuine supportive acceptance, as well as the guts to take the first step. There is no issue too big, or too small, that she cannot help you with. Saxon is an extremely effective therapist and works with individuals and families.
Jennifer Neumann, RMHCI
Jennifer is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern IMH22844. Jennifer’s approach to therapy is that therapy should feel like your safe place. It should be a place where you feel can be yourself, grow and heal. She takes pride in providing a place for her clients to process their experiences and believes that we don’t have to go through tough times alone. Jennifer has years of experience working with those who have depression and anxiety. She believes in reframing and changing negative thoughts and negative behaviors to reach your full desired self.
Jennifer works from a holistic, person-centered perspective that provides clients insight to their strengths and encourages clients to develop healthy coping skills to better respond to stressful situations.
Erin Satterlee, RMHCI
Erin is a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern, IMH24037. She enjoys working with clients on a variety of issues and believes that therapy should be tailored specifically to the client’s needs. Erin doesn’t take a cookie cutter, approach to counseling. She fosters an environment meeting clients wherever they are in life and assists in guiding them along the way.
Erin has a passion working with military personnel, law enforcement, and the LGBTQ+ community based on her personal experiences. She uses an eclectic approach to counseling by utilizing interventions and methods from a variety of counseling theories such as CBT and Gestalt therapy. Erin believes in meeting clients where they are with empathy and understanding, valuing their autonomy. She will create a safe, welcoming space for clients to feel comfortable sharing their thoughts and feelings without judgment.
Brooke Beloso, PhD
Brooke is a graduate student intern. In her previous career as a professor of Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies and director of a university program in Race, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Brooke gained a deep understanding of systemic, or sociopolitical, trauma. She strongly holds that healing from systemic trauma (such as racism, classism, heterosexism, ableism) can be just as important as healing from interpersonal trauma, and that the two are frequently interconnected.
As an openly gay/queer woman survivor of childhood trauma, she is also experientially informed in her counseling work. Touchstones for this work, for Brooke, include evidence-based psychodynamic therapy, poly-affirming Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), sensorimotor/somatic experiencing, and trauma responsive Twelve Steps. She especially enjoys working with parents struggling to interrupt the intergenerational transmission of trauma, whether they are in the pre-parenting, postpartum, early childhood, adolescent, or adult child stage. Brooke is trans, poly, sex worker, racial justice, and kink allied.
Logan Long, MA
Owner/Director of Business Development