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Happy Family

About Us

We provide treatment
tailored to the individual.

We specialize in HOLISTIC HEALTH & WELLNESS through advocacy, leadership and facilitation.

We offer services and workshops that address the concerns of the people of color within our communities.

Our mission is to PROMOTE and PROVIDE holistic health & wellness products, services, 

and events for People of Color. We strive to improve holistic health and wellness conditions in communities of color by providing accessible and relatable services.​

Meet our Hoslistic Wellness Team

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Nichelle Alderson, FNTP, LICSW

Founder, Holistic Health Therapist, Coach & Consultant

I am passionate about health, nutrition, and social justice.  As a therapist, coach, and educator, I love helping people of color realize their dreams and achieve their lifestyle, wellness, and business goals. I founded iNfinitely Well with the intention of providing and promoting holistic health & wellness products and services that improve the conditions of communities of color. To learn more about Nichelle click here....

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Dr. Michelle Norman-Bryant, PsyD

Holistic Clinical Psychologist

As a clinical psychologist with 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families, I take a holistic approach to therapy that integrates the physical, emotional, social (environmental), spiritual, and intellectual aspects of my clients in order to meet their behavioral and mental health challenges. I am committed to creating and maintaining a culture of inclusion. To learn more about Michelle click here....

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Lindsay Craven, MSW, LSWAIC

Holistic Mental Wellness Counselor

Héehe’e, ná-másetsėstov (hello, I welcome you)! I am so glad you are here. I am a mixed Indigenous mental health therapist and plant worker currently living on occupied Coast Salish lands. I do this work because we need and deserve access to healing providers and spaces that don’t replicate the oppressive systems that impact us. To learn more about Lindsay click here....

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Almetta Pitts, MSW LSWAIC

I am a Black womxn residing upon unceded Duwamish lands. I whole-heartedly believe in the following three things: decolonizing therapeutic practices, body-centered restorative wellness and trauma informed collective care. My advocacy of decolonizing therapy encompasses acknowledging the historical trauma and systemic oppression that are projected upon our bodies and that impact our mental wellness. To learn more about Almetta click here....  

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Olivia Louko, MSW, LICSW

I believe that everyone can benefit from and deserves therapy. I see therapy as a process of reflection, self-discovery, and healing. My goal as a therapist is to create an environment where you can have space for yourself to see your own path forward, and to look at and process your path so far. My approach to therapy is reflective, client centered, and trauma informed. I use an anti-capitalist lens and I am passionate about social justice. To learn more about Olivia click here....

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Sam Michaels, MSW, LSWAIC

I provide holistic telehealth counseling to clients seeking change for the better. I have the privilege of working with clients facing challenges in mental health, stress, relationships, trauma, self-confidence, career satisfaction, and overall wellness. My work is from a lens of social justice and decolonization which means clients are always in the driver's seat when in session and our work together is collaborative. To learn more about Sam click here....

I am passionate about holistic wellness and decolonization as a way of life. As a queer, “1.5 generation” Vietnamese-American, holding multitudes is a strength I want to explore in community. I believe everyone should be given space to have autonomy, hope and dreams.

I’m committed to learning and growing with each and every one of you. To learn more about Mai click here....

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Alexandra Wong Appel 

I am a mixed Cantonese woman currently living on occupied Duwamish lands and who was raised on occupied Kumeyaay lands. I am currently seeking my Master's in Clinical Social Work at the University of Washington. It is my privilege to engage in practices of collective care which remain client-centered and cognizant of the intermingling of historical and individual traumas. To learn more about Alexandra click here....

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Samiya Mohamed 

Soo dhawaada! As a Social Work student at the University of Washington, I am deeply passionate about holistic therapy, with a  focus on serving my community. My education and experiences have fostered a strong commitment to providing client-centered care thoughtfully acknowledges individual. I am eager to contribute to the well-being of my community. I am excited to meet and build meaningful relationships with every one of you.....

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Anthony Jacobs

Supporting our team from behind the scenes.

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Deja, Boxer/Lab Pound Puppy

Deja was a sweet gentle old lady.  Always ready to greet you with a welcoming sniff and sit calmly in session, with warmth and  compassion.  She has transitioned from the physical, but her beautiful spirit remains, and she trained her compassionate animal successor well before passing on.    

Join our team!

We are accepting applications for administrative support, and have limited spaces available for Interns, Externs, and Masters Level Associate Clinicians, Certified Coaches, and Nutritional Therapy Practitioners.

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