Clinical Staff


Jean Scarboro

Clinical Director

Jean Scarboro graduated from Western Washington University in 2011 with a master’s in Education in School and Mental Health Counseling. Jean has worked in Port Townsend as a mental health counselor at Jumping Mouse Children’s Center, Dove House Advocacy Services, and in private practice.

Jean also worked for a year as a school counselor at Grant Street Elementary before having a child of her own. While working as a therapist at Jumping Mouse, Jean witnessed first-hand the incredible transformation that can happen for children and families when children are given the opportunity to process the depth of themselves and their experiences in the language of metaphor and play. Jean is honored to be the Clinical Director for Jumping Mouse.

Catharine Robinson

LMHC, Lead Therapist and Parent Clinician

Catharine Robinson holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Boston College. She has been with Jumping Mouse Children’s Center since its inception in 1999. Previously, she volunteered as a therapist at Bergita House in Port Townsend for several years. Prior to arriving in Port Townsend in 1989, Catharine worked with children, families and adults. She has a wide range of experience in mental health work, including working with psychiatric patients, children and families, and domestic violence victims, as well as coaching adolescents. She is a licensed mental health counselor in Washington and a Washington State-certified supervisor.

In 2008, Catharine initiated our Securing Connections parenting program to augment and expand our therapists’ ongoing work with the parents Jumping Mouse children. This program offers weekly support for parents to help them better understand their children’s needs in terms of developmental phase, temperament, and life experience.

Alyssa Andrews

LMHCA, Therapist

Alyssa graduated from Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, CA with her Master’s in Counseling Psychology in 2016, and moved to Washington in 2017. She has worked in the mental health field since 2012, starting her career working in residential treatment and then moved to working in day treatment, school-based counseling, and community mental health. She has worked with clients with eating disorders, adults with dual-diagnoses and has also provided prenatal counseling services; she discovered her passion for working with youth in 2015 and sandplay in 2016. Prior to moving to Washington, Alyssa worked with the Child Therapy Institute in California using sandplay, play and art therapy approaches with youth and is excited to continue this modality with Jumping Mouse Children’s Center.

Erik Johnston

LMFTA, Therapist

Erik Johnston graduated in 2015 with a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Saybrook University/LIOS Graduate Program, located in Kirkland, WA. He is a licensed marriage and family therapist associate. Erik has worked with adolescents and adults for many years in a variety of settings, including as community life director at Gutenberg College and job coach with the State of Oregon’s vocational rehabilitation division. Ultimately, it is Erik’s passion for people and dedication to good relationship that drives his passion for working with children and families.

Kendall Mann

LMHCA, Therapist

Kendall holds a bachelor’s of fine arts from Massachusetts College of Art and Design and a master’s degree in Marriage, Couples and Family Therapy with a specialization in art therapy from Antioch University Seattle. She has worked creatively with youth in a variety of settings including schools and after school programs, private workshops, and community settings in India, Ecuador, Peru, British Colombia and the United States. Kendall completed her internship at Jumping Mouse Children’s Center in 2015-2016 where she discovered her love of play therapy and grew a deep connection to this work. Following graduation in 2018, Kendall worked in private practice in both office and home settings with youth using art and play modalities on Bainbridge Island, and co-taught mindfulness classes for children and teenagers. Kendall also worked to facilitate community art projects such as public murals and sculptures with diverse populations. Kendall now lives in Port Townsend and is thrilled to be back at Jumping Mouse.

Lori Means

M.A. Counseling Psychology, Intern Therapist

Lori is currently a graduate student in Counseling Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute with a goal toward licensure in Marriage and Family Therapy. With a B.S. in Human Development and Family Studies in 1988 from Texas Tech University, she has been teaching, supporting, and coaching families in both group and individual settings since 2000. Lori is the former director of the Family Education and Support Services program and founder and director of the Playspace, an early learning center on Vashon Island. Her approach is strength-based, drawing upon the intuitive wisdom of individuals to heal.

Steve Roe

LMHC, Therapist

Steve Roe graduated in 2008 with a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Mars Hill Graduate School, located in Seattle. He is a licensed mental health counselor and has a private therapy practice in Sequim, Washington. Steve is a Washington State-certified supervisor. He first worked at Jumping Mouse as an intern during graduate school in 2008. He was eager for further exposure and experience from the staff and volunteers. As a result, he returned in 2010 to continue as a volunteer therapist and joined our permanent staff soon after. He has worked with children, adolescents, and adults for many years in a variety of settings including private practice, street work with at-risk youth, and directing a children’s ministry.

Selena Sena-Hopkins

LMHCA, Therapist

Selena Sena-Hopkins graduated with her master’s degree in existential psychology from Seattle University in the Spring of 2017. She came to Jumping Mouse Children’s Center as an intern therapist in 2014 and remained as an extern until she joined our permanent staff in 2016. She found that she both delighted in and revered the variety of ways children would utilize the expressive freedom of play therapy.

Selena also has a background in visual art and philosophy, and a long history connecting her to horses. She has volunteered with programs that connect adults and children with horses, such as the Wounded Warriors Project. She also volunteered at the King County Crisis Clinic as a phone worker for two years.

Llory Wilson

LMHC, Therapist

Llory Wilson graduated in 2006 with a master’s degree in counseling psychology from Bastyr University/LIOS Graduate Program. She is passionate about options for children, particularly those who have experienced adversity. Llory is an adoptive parent and advocate, with additional clinical training in foster and adoption therapy through Antioch University. In 2006, Llory was hired by Pathways for Women/YWCA to create an on-site mental health program for women and children living in Rick Steve’s newly donated transitional housing apartment complex in Lynnwood, WA. There she formed a welcoming hub, counseled displaced mothers and their children, offered parenting classes, and ran support groups. In 2009, Llory and her family moved to Port Townsend and she joined the clinical staff at Jumping Mouse.

From her first career as a dancer and choreographer, Llory brings 25 years of improvisation and movement play into the session rooms of Jumping Mouse.

Arielle Wortman

LMHCA, Therapist

Arielle graduated from Saybrook University in Seattle, WA in 2017 with a master’s degree in counseling psychology. She has worked with youth in a variety of settings for over 15 years, in New York, New Mexico, and Washington State.

Her experience in schools, summer camps, and the wilderness of the Olympic Peninsula gives her a strong foundation in play.  During her undergraduate studies, Arielle’s love of storytelling evolved into a passion for the creative process itself, and its integral role in growth and healing. At Jumping Mouse, Arielle draws on her understanding of natural systems to work with children as individuals, as well as within the context of their families and larger communities. She is inspired by the way that these sparkling connections with children can ripple through and strengthen their wider networks.