Interns


Lindsey

LindseyHello! My name is Lindsey Crow and I am currently pursuing my master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Seattle Pacific University and obtained my undergraduate degree in Psychology from Central Washington University. I have experience working with foster children and providing them a safe and loving environment. I am interested in working with hoarding clients and their families because I believe that hoarding behaviors are often overlooked and I am passionate about helping those individuals work through the unresolved trauma or loss that may be causing the hoarding behaviors. I am grateful to be apart of this organization and excited to develop new experiences as an intern at The Hoarding Project.

Contact her at:
lindsey@thehoardingproject.org

Rebecca

RebeccaHello everyone. My name is Rebecca Mattox and I am new to The Hoarding Project as a student intern from Antioch University Seattle. I am studying Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Art Therapy. I obtained my Bachelors Degree from California State University of Fresno in Liberal Studies Blended Programs with a concentration in Children and the Arts. I have worked mostly in child care and education over the years through the YMCA in California, Missouri, and Washington. I am excited to be part of The Hoarding Project and look forward to meeting everyone!

Contact her at:
rebeccam@thehoardingproject.org

Denise

JenniferMy name is Denise Burningham. I am currently obtaining my masters in Art Therapy and Couple Family Therapy at Antioch University Seattle. I have been interning with The Hoarding Project since April 2015. I provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to clients with Hoarding Disorder. I work with individuals and families and am inspired by client progress and the human ability to learn and change behaviors, thoughts, and emotions to create and maintain and safe and healthy home.

Contact her at:
denise@thehoardingproject.org