Adjunct Professional Staff

Madelon Y. Bolling, PhD.

Madelon Y. Bolling Madelon is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice, serving as clinical supervisor at the University of Washington. She trains and supervises therapists in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) for the Bricker Studies tobacco cessation research projects at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and provides consultation and training in ACT in various local clinical settings.

Madelon studied relapse prevention and mindfulness-based treatment with Alan Marlatt. She was trainer and supervisor to therapists on the UW Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention research project. Her personal practice of various types of meditation began in 1968, and she has been a practicing member of local Zen groups since 1983. Madelon has been leading mindfulness based relapse prevention groups for A Positive Alternative since 2008.


Miranda Marti ND, LAC

Miranda Marti Miranda Marti is a licensed naturopathic physician and acupuncturist. In her private practice she specializes integrative care for fatigue, hormonal issues and mental health, including anxiety, depression and challenging relationships with food, substances and body image, and the health effects of long-term or chronic stress.

Her therapeutic approach is rooted in the use of nutrition and non-pharmacologic interventions, including acupuncture and biofeedback, to facilitate sustainable behavioral changes that help patients reach their wellness goals.

She has also taught the Addictions and Disorders class to 3rd year naturopathic medical students at Bastyr University, and been a clinical supervisor of the Biofeedback clinic at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health.

Dr. Marti's private practice is located at Whole Life Medicine in Kirkland, WA.


Christina Coiro, CDP

Christina Coiro

Christina Coiro, CDP, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who has worked in the social services field since 1980. She has been a faculty member and counselor at a number of community colleges as well as at Antioch and Chapman universities. Christina has worked with families, sexual minorities, veterans and children, through her work in private practice, in agencies, the American Red Cross, and in inpatient and outpatient recovery centers. She has been a member of the APA staff since 2010.