Photo courtesy of the city of Bothell

Photo courtesy of the city of Bothell

Bothell police arrest therapist for indecent liberties

The licensed clinical therapist and has been practicing in Bothell for the past several years.

  • Friday, August 17, 2018 11:26am
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The Bothell Police Department has arrested a licensed clinical therapist for investigation of indecent liberties.

According to a BPD press release, Brian Hall, 57, is a licensed clinical therapist and has been practicing in Bothell for several years at his business, SeedSoil Family Counseling, located in the 22700 block of 29th Drive Southeast. The victim, a 10 year-old male patient, disclosed to his mother that he was inappropriately touched by Hall during a recent therapy session, the release states.

The victim’s mother contacted BPD and Hall will be booked into Snohomish County Jail Friday for investigation of indecent liberties.

Police are looking for any information regarding Hall or SeedSoil Family Counselling. People can contact the BPD investigations division at (425) 487-5551 with any tips.

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