• Cosette Rae
    Cosette Rae, LICSW
    Co-CEO Clinical Director
    COSETTE RAE, LICSW
    Co-CEO, Clinical Director

    Cosette Rae, LICSW, ACSW
    Founder, Clinical Director

  • Hilarie Cash
    HILARIE CASH, Ph.D., LMHC
    Co-CEO, Primary Therapist
     

    Hilarie Cash, Ph.D., LMHC
    Founder, Co-CEO

  • Gary Simmons
    GARY SIMMONS, WFR, C-L1
    Managing Partner
     

    Gary Simmons, WFR
    Partner, Field Director

  • Tiffany
    Tiffany
    Chief Administrative Officer
     

    Tiffany
    CAO, Outreach

  • Rachelle Montag
    RACHELLE MONTAG, BA
    Office Manager
     

    Rachelle Montag, BA
    Office Manager

  • Rosanne Sherlock
    ROSANNE SHERLOCK, LMHCA
    Certified Counselor
     

    Rosanne Sherlock
    Certified Counselor

  • Ann Steel
    ANN STEEL, MD, LMHC
    Intake Specialist
     

    Ann Steel, MD, LMHC
    Intake Specialist

  • LindaReed
    LINDA REED, LMHC
    Counselor
     

    Linda Reed, MA
    Mental Health Counselor

  • Ellen Krumm
    ELLEN KRUMM, LMHCA
    Counselor
     

    Ellen Krumm, MA, LMHCA
    Mental Health Counselor

  • Taurell Reboulet
    TAURELL REBOULET, LMHCA
    Counselor
     

    Taurell Reboulet, MA, LHMCA
    Offiste Counselor

  • Andrea Lim
    ANDREA LIM, MIT, CF-L1
    Education & Fitness Coach
     

    Andrea Lim, MIT
    Education & Fitness Coach

  • Lauren Kanda
    LAUREN KANDA, LMHCA
    Art Therapist
     

    Lauren Kanda, MA
    Art Therapist

Cosette Dawna Rae, MSW, LICSW, Co-CEO, Clinical Director

Cosette is a psychotherapist, personal life coach, and mindfulness based practitioner specializing in the treatment of co-occurring disorders and addictions. She holds a Masters degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Washington, a Bachelors degree In Applied Psychology from Seattle City University, and is a Nationally Certified Massage Therapist. As a former IT professional with 20+ years experience in computer/internet technology, she understands the intricate nature of tech addiction and the tools necessary to bring about desired change. Cosette is the co-founder of the reSTART Center for Digital Technology Sustainability and Heavensfield Retreat Center.

Hilarie Cash, Ph.D., LMHC, Co-CEO

Co-founder of Internet/Computer Addiction Services and the reSTART Internet Addiction Treatment Program, Dr. Hilarie Cash is a clinician, speaker, teacher, and author appearing, among other places, on ABC News, CNN, NPR, PBS, the BBC, and in print in the Seattle Times, U.S.A. Today, U.S. News and World Report, and the New York Times.

Gary Simmons, WFR, Managing Partner, Field Director

reSTART's Field Director and all around outdoor guy, Gary has been working with youth for the past 20+ years. His love and passion for the outdoors has made him an avid outdoorsman, craftsman, and natural leader.

Linda Reed, M.A., LMHC, C.Ad.

Linda is a graduate of Bastyr‘s Leadership Institute of Seattle (LIOS). She also holds a National Board Certification in addictions and compulsive behaviors (C.Ad.). Linda comes to us with hands on 12 step experience and leadership as well as 16 years of education and experience with an emphasis on life skills. Conflict resolution and coaching difficult conversations is one of her areas of expertise. Using a down to earth, natural, client centered approach to therapy makes Linda easy and comfortable to work with and learn from.

Ann H. Steel, MD, MA, LMHC

Ann is a mental health counselor and educator who previously spent 10 years practicing medicine as a board-certified family physician. Her interest in the psychological aspects of medical illness, and the desire to define health from a holistic perspective led her to pursue a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology. Ann incorporates cognitive, behavioral and mindfulness techniques in her work with clients, and also believes in the healing power of the great outdoors.

Ellen Krumm, MA, LMHCA

Ellen has a masters degree in Psychology/Systems Counseling from the LIOS graduate college of Saybrook University, and training in various methods of therapy including: Cognitive Behavioral, Structural, Strategic, Narrative, and Solution-Focused. She uses a gently direct approach: "direct" stemming from her New York roots, softened by years of "gentle" west coast living. She believes adamantly in the power of informal therapy, i.e. that insight & growth occur while conversing over everyday activities such as chores, walks, and meals. She enjoys helping clients find balance between fun and responsibility in these real-life settings.

Tiffany V. AA, BSW Candidate

As our Chief Administrative Officer, Tiffany works with other professionals to ensure policies and procedures are carefully implemented, and complied with. She handles the daily organization, and the corporate governance of the organization, and provides reports to the CEO. She is currently completing her Bachelors degree in Social Work at the University of Washington.

Rachelle Montag, BS

Rachelle graduated from Seattle University with a degree in psychology and joins the team as our corporate office manager.

Rosanne Sherlock, BA

Peyton Foucht, CrossFit Level 1

Peyton is training to compete in the upcoming Crossfit games, and is level 1 Crossfit certified. CrossFit is a real world, functional fitness program that has a unique capacity to humble the world’s best athletes while at the same time remaining universally scalable to facilitate development at all ability levels. Peyton's positive attitude and dedication to healthy living motivates staff and clients alike.

Andrea Lim, MIT, CrossFit Level 1

Andrea loves to learn and holds a B.S. in Oceanography - Marine Science, an A.A.A. in Graphic Design and most recently obtained her Master’s in Teaching. She loves to share her life experiences and teach others to maintain a healthy sustainable lifestyle.

Taurell Reboulet, MA, LMHCA

Paul Johnson, MA, LMHCA Behavioral Specialist, Mindfulness Practitioner

Jens Tröger, Ph.D., Mindfulness Practitioner

Lauren Kanda, MA, Art Therapist

Ismael Gerena, MA Candidate, Counseling Intern

Message from our Founders

We knew when we started  reSTART that our ultimate goal was pioneering—many even questioned our decision to treat problematic digital technology use. However, we were not swayed and set out to tackle one of the most challenging social problems of our time-digital technology over-consumption and addiction. Since our humble beginnings, we have brought hope and healing to our clients.

We set out to deliver a client and family-centered care experience unmatched anywhere else in the world in the field of process addictions. We set out to change the course of digital technology use through treatment of problematic use, and education, better informing users of healthy sustainable use.

Currently, reSTART delivers leading-edge treatment, pushing past the standard care, using best practices to identify the newest treatment options designed to provide the best in clinical care for each client.  For those who are experiencing problemitc digital technology use, we apply knowledge learned to deliver targeted mental health treatment. For those at high risk of developing digital media addiction, we use this knowledge to better screen and provide early detection, and to assist users in managing their use before it begins to manage them.

reSTART is home to the only dedicated Internet and Gaming use program in the United States, providing our clients with advanced treatment options based on the most promising new scientific discoveries. In addition, we offer a sustainable life skills program for young adults dedicated to changing their use of digital media. We are making advances not only in the treatment of internet use and gaming disorder, but also the prevention of it. With our newly expanded transitional program, we will provide specialized clinical care to more clients each year.

The mission to address problematic use issues is strengthened by teamwork. At reSTART, many of the nation's top clinical and scientific minds collaborate to apply the best each discipline has to offer as we work to develop and deliver improved treatments, prevent over-consumption, and provide education and outreach world-wide.


We remain ever committed to expanding on our promise of bringing hope and healing to all who are impacted by problematic digital technology use. It is extraordinary to consider what we have accomplished since 2009, and this is only the beginning of our work together.

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