Jane Farley


Jane is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT), Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Child Mental Health Specialist (CMHS), Training Consultant and Expressive Artist with over fourteen years of experience working with children, teens, adults and families in agencies and private practice settings.

Jane is intensively trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP) Gestalt and Jungian Expressive Art & Play Therapy and Family Systems. While attending the Clinical Psychology program at CSUC, Jane supervised the counseling program lab and worked as an Intensive Outpatient Clinician for Butte County Department of Behavioral Health. Following her graduation in 1999, Jane spent the next twelve years working with agencies and clinical teams in Seattle including the YMCA Intensive Therapeutic Therapeutic Foster Care Program, Youth Eastside Services (YES), Transitions and the Seattle Children’s Hospital Adolescent DBT Team. In 2005, Jane founded her private practice, Expressive Hearts LLC and continues to offer individual and family therapy, skills training and consultation from her hometown office in San Francisco.

Jane has designed and facilitated several trainings on the topic of DBT and Expressive Art, including a training for the National Crisis Clinic's Teen Link Youth Volunteer Program on How to Utilize DBT Skills as a Method of Stabilizing and Assisting Teens At Risk for Suicide and Self-injury, Teen Suicide Prevention & Intervention and Using DBT in Clinical Case Management for the YMCA of Greater Seattle, Child Sexual Abuse Prevention & Intervention, Mindfulness in Art, Movement and Metaphor, Vicarious Traumatization and Compassion Fatigue: Self Care for Parents and Professionals Working With Traumatized Youth and Expressive Arts for Teens and Young Adults in Transition.

Jane is deeply committed to supporting and encouraging individuals and families in their process of healing and recovering from: depression, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma and stress, attention-deficits, impulsivity, addiction, mood swings, relationship conflicts, parent-child issues, adoption and attachment issues, physical and sexual abuse issues, and self-harming behavior in teens and young adults.