About Us

At Cultivate Counseling Services we believe in creating space for conversations that bring healing, from one on one conversations to collective community conversations on relevant cultural topics. We offer counseling sessions and groups for individuals, couples, families, and also provide training programs for businesses, schools, and churches.


Kali Jensen (LMHC)

Licensed in the State of Washington and on the Telehealth registry in South Carolina

Kali founded Cultivate Counseling Services to create a safe space for people to heal, grow, and develop, into the people that they were created to be.

Therapeutic Approach:

Areas of Focus:

“I practice a relational psychodynamic approach to therapy, which centers on the relational encounter between the client and therapist to understand current patterns, uncover the impacts of trauma, and works to create new more desirable ways of relating.  To understand your current patterns, we explore your past, current relationships, and your thoughts and desires as trust builds. The role of therapist is not one of authority and answers, but one that journeys with you to change undesirable patterns, find healing from past hurts, and provide space to process the difficulties of life and relationships.” – Kali

  • Children, Adolescents​ and Adults
  • Abuse: Emotional, Sexual, and Physical
  • Unwanted Sexual Behavior
  • Depression and Anxiety
  • Spiritual Direction
  • Marital Conflict
  • Behavioral Concerns
  • Adult Family Conflict


Kali received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Northwest University and her master’s degree in counseling psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. 

  • Level 1 & 2 Gottman Trained Therapist
  • Gottman Treating Affairs and Trauma
  • Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy online certificate
  • Cognitive Processing Therapy online certificate


Kali has a rich and diverse background. She has worked in public education, serving as a paraeducator, with children who have experienced physical, mental, and relational difficulties. She has volunteered leading groups, teaching, and coordinating special events for children, adolescents, and adults. She worked for 7 years at a local church overseeing small groups, pastoral care and created and led community impact events. She interned at Hope Sparks in Tacoma, WA working with adolescents at a Tacoma public school and in the office with children and adults. Kali has also worked with local businesses and non-profits to provide training in areas from parenting skills to living healthy in a digital age.

Basic Beliefs

“The three core components that make up each human is mind, body, and spirit. In order to address trauma and the impact that it has had on our lives it is important to address all three. When it comes to our spiritual selves I realize that there are many approaches to spirituality and also great harm that has been done in the name of faith systems. I, of course, come to the conversation of spirituality with my own story and beliefs, but I feel that my job as a therapist is to not place or convince anyone of my belief system. I do however feel it is important to address our spirit and beliefs in the context of the trauma and harm that has been done to us. If you are curious and would like to know more about my personal beliefs I am happy to talk with you and answer any questions in a consultation.” – Kali

Sadie the (unofficial) Therapy Dog

Meet Sadie, my lovable Australian Shepherd. Sadie is a wonderful therapy dog who loves everyone she meets and after a quick excited greeting she settles in and loves to just lay at our feet.