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Linnea Sieh

Director of Children's Services

Linnea Sieh (she/her/hers) is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Michigan and received her Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Oakland University. She also maintains the Approved Clinical Supervisor credential allowing her to supervise Michigan Limited License Counselors.  Linnea has practiced in both community mental health and private practice settings. 


Linnea has worked with Autistic clients, “ADHDers,” and clients who experience anxiety, depression, life transitions, and women’s issues. She is honored to hold space for clients ages 4 and up and strives to maintain a warm, neuro- affirming, and non-judgmental counseling experience for all. Her counseling style is integrative, person-centered, and strength based. She utilizes Expressive Arts techniques, Sandtray Therapy techniques, Superhero Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and creative play techniques for all ages.  Linnea also maintains a Trauma- Informed Children’s Yoga Instructor credential through Yoga Ed and can incorporate yoga and mindfulness techniques into child and teen therapy sessions. 


As the resident geeky therapist, Linnea can add pop culture of all kinds into sessions in order to help clients make connections between themselves and their favorite icons to encourage client growth. Linnea also offers therapeutically applied tabletop role playing (TA-TTRPG) groups for both adults and children. These groups offer clients a unique opportunity to build and practice creative problem solving and frustration tolerance skills, as well as creating community, building social confidence, encouraging imagination, and providing stress relief through play. 


Outside of work, Linnea can generally be found playing video games with her husband, buying new plants and books, snuggling her dog, or sewing something with pockets.

For more information on TA-TTRPG read Questing for Change: How Tabletop Role Play Games Help Develop Skills by Linnea. 

For additional information on the benefits of play in therapy read Why Play? by Linnea. 

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