Matt Coffey

Matt Coffey

Professional Counselor Associate

LPCA, LMHCA, NCC, Ecotherapy Certificate

Hi, I am a career firefighter transitioning into mental health. As a certified ecotherapist, I respect our connection to the land.

Client Status

accepting clients



1104 Main Street, Suite M105

N Main Avenue

Vancouver, WA 98660


N Main Avenue

Ridgefield, 98642

At a Glance


Rate: $120-$140

Practicing Since: 2023


  • Individual

Insurances Accepted

My Ideal Client

Many of us come from cultures where mental health was simply not on our radar. We performed, did our best, and simply dealt with the cost. This is often particularly true of veterans, first responders, and others whose jobs engage with physical reality. Thankfully today, we are better able to address the stress and cost of life. It can be a bit of an awkward mystery, wondering what actually happens in therapy. Actually, it is much like a conversation, and is often surprisingly helpful.

How I Can Help You

Modern life brings with it a level of stress that can present in a number of ways. Add to that the experience of trauma and other old mental injuries that never healed and many of us feel spent, anxious, and with a sense that we have lost some of our direction.

More About the People I Treat

A lot of the people I work with come from the first responder and veteran communities. We have a very unique subculture which is difficult for outsiders to understand.

Techniques I Use


  • EcoTherapy External link

    I hold a certificate in Ecopsychology from Lewis and Clark College.

Issues I Treat


  • Suicidal Ideation External link

    I am a researcher exploring sources for suicidal behavior in firefighters. This background highlights some of the common sources of distress, including burnout, lack of close relationships, and lack of meaning.

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