APA Representatives

The APA Council of Representatives is the legislative body of APA and has full power and authority over the affairs and funds of the association within the limitations set by the certificate of incorporation and the Bylaws, including the power to review, upon its own initiative, the actions of any board, committee, division or affiliated organization.

The Council is composed of representatives of divisions, representatives of state, provincial and territorial psychological associations (SPTAs) and the members of the Board of Directors. Below are WSPA's representatives for APA.  

Matt Goldenberg, Psy.D.Phoukham (Pooh-come) Kelly (Kelee) Bounkeua (Boone-cure), Ph.D.
Diversity Delegate

Dr. Phoukham Kelly Bounkeua, PhD is specializing in individual, couples, children, adolescent, and family therapy, and maintains a private practice in Renton and Seattle Washington. She specializes in Walk & Talk Therapy in a beautiful, natural park surrounded by Lake Washington, and views of Mt. Rainier and Olympic Mountain during our session (Renton), and Lake Union (Seattle downtown). Telehealth (video/audio) sessions are also available. She is a Child, Cultural, and Ethnic Minority Mental Health Specialist to provide culturally appropriate treatment. She attended 3 local universities: Bachelors of Arts in Psychology at University of Washington,  Masters of Arts in Psychology at Seattle University, and Doctoral degree (PhD) in Clinical Psychology from Seattle Pacific University. She has over 20+ years experience working in the mental health field in the community and schools. She speaks conversational Lao and Thai if needed for sessions. She enjoys nature, garden, hiking, cooking Lao and Thai food, and cheering on our local Seattle area sports teams with her family. Fun fact: She has been featured on Bloomberg News (2018) and Conde Naste Travel (2018) after being selected for SuperShe Island @ Roseborg, Finland as part of a womens' only retreat to support, uplift, and women empowerment from thousands of other women who applied. She volunteers her time teaching Mindfulness meditation to students and teachers  in a local  elementary and middle schools, and at Lao Summer Camp in Seattle. She is an alumn of the APAICS Leadership program to participate in our political progress to help our community. Also, she uses examples from nature and humor whenever appropriate as part of the therapy process.

Dr. Samantha SlaughterLondon Breedlove, Psy.D.
Director of Professional Affairs (DPA)

Dr. London Breedlove has been a licensed psychologist in Washington since 2014 and has been involved with WSPA since 2018. Dr. Breedlove has served at WSPA as a Board Trustee, Board President, and a Council Representative to the American Psychological Association (APA) before stepping into the DPA position in 2023. They also co-chair WSPA’s Task Force on Trainee Reimbursement. Dr. Breedlove is an Associate Professor and Director of Integrated Behavioral Health in the Family Medicine department at the University of Washington. In that role, they provide clinical care to patients in the primary care setting, teach and supervise learners and trainees of different healthcare professions, and work as an administrator developing new programs in integrated behavioral health and team-based care. Dr. Breedlove is passionate about many professional issues, but especially access to care and health equity. 

Matt Goldenberg, Psy.D.
Federal Advocacy Coordinator (FAC)

Dr. Matt Goldenberg is a Washington state based Licensed Clinical Psychologist  (License number PY60416098).  He earned his Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from the Wright Institute in Berkeley, CA, a generalist training program that has been accredited by the American Psychological Association (APA).  His internship at the University of Washington Counseling Center was also accredited by the American Psychological Association.  Prior to doctoral training, he completed a Masters of Arts in Psychology at Seattle University, where the Existential-Phenomenological tradition is emphasized.  He has worked with clients as young as five months through older age on a variety of issues.  Additionally, Dr. Goldenberg has benefited from clinical training in public, private, and forensic settings and is able to provide psychotherapy for a wide span of symptoms, concerns, and issues.  He has received various awards and acknowledgements for his focus on social justice and leadership development.