Therapy  (Individual, Couples or Family Therapy):

PiPE offers free therapy for survivors of violence. Right now, all of PiPE’s therapy services are Telehealth, over phone or video sessions during Covid-19.

Who is eligible for therapy through PiPE?

  • Therapy is available to survivors of child sexual abuse, rape, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, hate crimes and other crimes
  • Therapy is open to survivors who are homeless, who are exploitively/unsafely housed and street dependent, or people who are newly housed through supportive housing programs 

How do you access therapy through PiPE?

  • Call Lexi, our mental health program manager at 360-522-5536, 11am-5pm Tuesday through Friday to complete an intake over the phone
  • The intake is a series of questions and takes about 15 minutes. If Lexi doesn’t answer, leave a voicemail and she will get back to you that same day or the next day.
  • Soon after your call, you can schedule with a therapist for a weekly session of therapy
  • All therapy sessions will be done over the phone or on video call
  • All services are FREE and CONFIDENTIAL
  • If you have any questions, email or call 360-522-5536

Please be aware that as service providers, we are mandated reporters and are required by law to contact Protective Services if you are in immediate danger from yourself or another and we have identifying information (such as your legal name, age or place of residence). In an effort to empower individuals, we are committed to providing you with an accurate representation of our abilities and limitations.

PiPE’s therapists:

Lexi, (360) 522-5536

Lexi Alberts is the mental health program manager and one of the therapists at PiPE. Lexi practices therapy from a perspective that acknowledges how trauma can impact many aspects of a person’s life. She works with participants to help process their experiences, heal, and then thrive after trauma. Lexi has a background in sexual assault survivor advocacy, crisis-intervention, and mental health counseling with marginalized populations. In an ongoing effort to recognize and address inequities, Lexi prioritizes social justice and multicultural perspectives as both a therapist and a member in her community. 


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