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Bonnie Hall, LICSW, joined PeaceHealth's Integrated Behavioral Health team at the Center for Senior Health in Bellingham, WA, as a Behavioral Health Clinician in March 2022.
Bonnie brings over two decades of experience serving our community in various roles, including medical social work, clinical and suicide risk assessment, clinical supervision and consultation, education, crisis intervention, substance abuse and children and family services. She comes to us most recently from Signature Home Health where she served as a medical social worker.
"I collaborate with patients to help them identify and create achievable and meaningful goals to improve the quality of their life," says Bonnie. She especially enjoys working with the geriatric population and behavioral health.
Bonnie received her Master's Degree in social work from Walla Walla University in College Place, WA, in 2006 and has a bachelor's degree in human development with a minor in social welfare from Washington State University in Pullman, WA.
Bonnie's husband also works at PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center as an RN. Together they have two school-age daughters, a dog Rosie, a cat Melody and a beloved fish, Comet. As a native of the Pacific Northwest, Bonnie enjoys being outdoors, hiking, camping and skiing with her family.