Maybe you’ve been dealing with the problem that brought you to this website for a week or two, or for what feels like a lifetime. The fact that you’re here proves you’re ready for things to get better. I want to be the one to help you with that. It hasn’t always been easy for me either. Over the years I’ve found ways to let go of stress, overcome depression, and reduce anxiety. I’ve done that for myself and, as a therapist, I’ve helped hundreds of people over the last 15 years do the same. I’ve seen depression, anxiety, and stress, get the best of some really good people, just like it might be doing to you. But, I’ve seen so many people get better, and a find a way to lead a happier, peaceful, more fulfilling life. I want you to have this too. You don’t have to do it alone.
If you really are ready for things to get better, I hope you will Call or Text me today to schedule an appointment. The number is (509) 946-6444.
Meet Dr. Joe
Hello, I’m Dr. Joe Streetman, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who specializes in combining talk therapy with neurofeedback and other forms of biofeedback to help people overcome ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, and other mental health problems – because sometimes, talk therapy alone, or medication just isn’t enough. I also use neurofeedback and coaching to help athletes, performing artists, and executives improve their performance and maximize their potential.
As the Tri-Cities most experienced neurofeedback provider and the only neurofeedback provider licensed as a mental health professional, my goal is to help you recover as quickly as possible and enjoy your life again. I have over 20 years experience as a counselor, working in public schools, agencies, medical, college, and university settings. I’ve practiced neurofeedback for more than eight years.
I live in Richland with my wife of 25+ years, our two teenage children, and a rescued dog named Oli. When not helping clients renew the enjoyment of their lives, I enjoy, watching my children dance, practicing hot yoga, hiking, gardening, and reflecting by the koi pond I built in my backyard.