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"I'm especially drawn to working within the trans and queer communities, and everyone is welcome in my office. I see individuals, relationships, and families working with new identities and transitions: gender, sexuality, engagement, uncoupling, and nonmonogamy, just to name a few. I'm passionate about identity development as we unpack internalized oppression, gathering an understanding of how the world views us and reorienting to stand up for our full selves."
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"I'm especially drawn to working within the trans and queer communities, and everyone is welcome in my office. I see individuals, relationships, and families working with new identities and transitions: gender, sexuality, engagement, uncoupling, and nonmonogamy, just to name a few. I'm passionate about identity development as we unpack internalized oppression, gathering an understanding of how the world views us and reorienting to stand up for our full selves."
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"I enjoy working with folks who can feel overwhelmed in life and need help maintaining focus and help finding their way to rest on a harsh planet. My focus is working with anxiety and traumas and helping clients navigate transitions in many areas in many forms and sizes. I use an approach that looks at how we exist in the world and examines suffering from a personal perspective, but also from a social justice, feminist and transformative justice perspective. I believe this is your time, space and story to tell. "
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"I enjoy working with folks who can feel overwhelmed in life and need help maintaining focus and help finding their way to rest on a harsh planet. My focus is working with anxiety and traumas and helping clients navigate transitions in many areas in many forms and sizes. I use an approach that looks at how we exist in the world and examines suffering from a personal perspective, but also from a social justice, feminist and transformative justice perspective. I believe this is your time, space and story to tell. "
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"Yes, there's a crisis, but you don't have to be the crisis. Life shouldn't need to carry on as if nothing significant is happening. Every moment is an opportunity to meet yourself in new ways. Seeking help in times like these or at any moment in your life is not a sign of weakness, but strength. It takes courage to ask for help. Sometimes the people in our lives who care about us the most are the first to offer. And sometimes seeking the support of a professional, someone to help us navigate the stresses and challenges of our lives right now can be a necessary and additional comfort. I’m here to help. "
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"Yes, there's a crisis, but you don't have to be the crisis. Life shouldn't need to carry on as if nothing significant is happening. Every moment is an opportunity to meet yourself in new ways. Seeking help in times like these or at any moment in your life is not a sign of weakness, but strength. It takes courage to ask for help. Sometimes the people in our lives who care about us the most are the first to offer. And sometimes seeking the support of a professional, someone to help us navigate the stresses and challenges of our lives right now can be a necessary and additional comfort. I’m here to help. "
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"I believe that we learn, struggle, fail, grieve, endure, and thrive best in the context of relationship. But even with the hope of connection, accepting the invitation of relationship may feel risky. Being seen and honored—not in spite of the unseen parts of you, but because of them—can feel upending, even dangerous. In a culture that by and large fosters virtual engagement over physical presence, this therapeutic work invites us back into our bodies, and back into genuine connection with ourselves and others. When we are aware of our emotional and bodily experience, we then gain the ability to regulate that experience."
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"I believe that we learn, struggle, fail, grieve, endure, and thrive best in the context of relationship. But even with the hope of connection, accepting the invitation of relationship may feel risky. Being seen and honored—not in spite of the unseen parts of you, but because of them—can feel upending, even dangerous. In a culture that by and large fosters virtual engagement over physical presence, this therapeutic work invites us back into our bodies, and back into genuine connection with ourselves and others. When we are aware of our emotional and bodily experience, we then gain the ability to regulate that experience."
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"The relationship I develop with both individuals and partners seeks to prioritize and build value around your own unique identity, as well as your singular and/or cultural understanding of wellness, safety, trust, and strength. Together we will explore the intersections of mind, body, community, and spirit to find new ways of being in the world that foster a lively and meaningful life. I consider you to be the expert of the meaning you pursue, and I value time spent letting you in on the “secret” of the therapeutic process so we can bend it to your individual need. I am LGBTQ+ affirming, as well as polyamory and kink affirming. "
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"The relationship I develop with both individuals and partners seeks to prioritize and build value around your own unique identity, as well as your singular and/or cultural understanding of wellness, safety, trust, and strength. Together we will explore the intersections of mind, body, community, and spirit to find new ways of being in the world that foster a lively and meaningful life. I consider you to be the expert of the meaning you pursue, and I value time spent letting you in on the “secret” of the therapeutic process so we can bend it to your individual need. I am LGBTQ+ affirming, as well as polyamory and kink affirming. "
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Edmonds, Washington 98020
"We all crave connection, freedom, peace and a sense of worth and belonging and we all go through periods of struggling to find wholeness. I see therapy as a partnership where I work to support you on your particular path towards healing, wholeness and thriving in your relationships. I believe my most important task is creating safety within the therapeutic encounter so that my clients have a place where they can vulnerability heal. I believe the fit between therapist and client is essential so I always offer a complimentary in person consultation so you can meet me to see if this is the right place for your emotional investment."
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"We all crave connection, freedom, peace and a sense of worth and belonging and we all go through periods of struggling to find wholeness. I see therapy as a partnership where I work to support you on your particular path towards healing, wholeness and thriving in your relationships. I believe my most important task is creating safety within the therapeutic encounter so that my clients have a place where they can vulnerability heal. I believe the fit between therapist and client is essential so I always offer a complimentary in person consultation so you can meet me to see if this is the right place for your emotional investment."
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"I enjoy working with adults and couples at various stages of their lives. My focus is helping people recognize their strengths and needs in order to solve problems and build stronger relationships. My approach to therapy is supportive and client-centered with an emphasis on the role that emotions, beliefs, and narratives play in shaping identity and behavior. I especially enjoy working with individuals who are interested in therapy not only as a means for navigating life's difficulties, but also a tool for facilitating personal growth and wholeness."
(206) 736-0787
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"I enjoy working with adults and couples at various stages of their lives. My focus is helping people recognize their strengths and needs in order to solve problems and build stronger relationships. My approach to therapy is supportive and client-centered with an emphasis on the role that emotions, beliefs, and narratives play in shaping identity and behavior. I especially enjoy working with individuals who are interested in therapy not only as a means for navigating life's difficulties, but also a tool for facilitating personal growth and wholeness."
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"Welcome! I am a Marriage and Family Therapist who has learned a lot through education and clinical experiences, but also personal losses, victories, successes and failures. I use many forms of Evidence Based Practices as well as other treatment options. My therapeutic orientation is holistic and systemic. I treat people biologically, psychologically, socially, and spiritually. I believe everyone has their own story and I am honored when they are shared with me. I will meet you where you are, because everyone is unique with their own needs and desires. My goal in the therapy room is to be open, respectful, curious, and accountable."
(425) 559-9689
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"Welcome! I am a Marriage and Family Therapist who has learned a lot through education and clinical experiences, but also personal losses, victories, successes and failures. I use many forms of Evidence Based Practices as well as other treatment options. My therapeutic orientation is holistic and systemic. I treat people biologically, psychologically, socially, and spiritually. I believe everyone has their own story and I am honored when they are shared with me. I will meet you where you are, because everyone is unique with their own needs and desires. My goal in the therapy room is to be open, respectful, curious, and accountable."
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"**I am currently full and not accepting new clients. Good luck in your search!** Deciding to seek therapy is a huge step and I honor the fact that you're here! Let's take the next steps together. I can help you work on Anxiety and Depression and their impact on your life. I like helping clients sort out faith based complications. I advise clients working on stressful situations related to relationship changes and co-dependency. I am interested in working with clients who are looking for insight into their stuck patterns and working together collaboratively to find new and positive ways of navigating life. "
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"**I am currently full and not accepting new clients. Good luck in your search!** Deciding to seek therapy is a huge step and I honor the fact that you're here! Let's take the next steps together. I can help you work on Anxiety and Depression and their impact on your life. I like helping clients sort out faith based complications. I advise clients working on stressful situations related to relationship changes and co-dependency. I am interested in working with clients who are looking for insight into their stuck patterns and working together collaboratively to find new and positive ways of navigating life. "
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"Counselor and Life Coach. I began counseling young people as a para-pastoral counselor in 1970. I was later a student counselor at The Evergreen State College as an undergrad. I was a professional vocational counselor for 5 years while completing my MA. In my own private practice, I have been counseling married couples, families and individuals for over 27 years. I specialize in marriage and individual counseling and coaching across a wide range of emotional, behavioral and motivational issues."
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"Counselor and Life Coach. I began counseling young people as a para-pastoral counselor in 1970. I was later a student counselor at The Evergreen State College as an undergrad. I was a professional vocational counselor for 5 years while completing my MA. In my own private practice, I have been counseling married couples, families and individuals for over 27 years. I specialize in marriage and individual counseling and coaching across a wide range of emotional, behavioral and motivational issues."
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"My professional experience, academic emphasis, and personal passion is working with children and families yet my background and interests are diverse. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who works with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. I received my doctorate in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Children and Families from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, and have worked in my private practice for the past eight years. My research examines the parental stress experienced by parents raising children diagnosed with Autism, and supporting families affected by autism is a primary focus and passion for me."
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"My professional experience, academic emphasis, and personal passion is working with children and families yet my background and interests are diverse. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who works with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. I received my doctorate in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Children and Families from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University, and have worked in my private practice for the past eight years. My research examines the parental stress experienced by parents raising children diagnosed with Autism, and supporting families affected by autism is a primary focus and passion for me."
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"I understand it is a privilege that clients trust me with their feelings, secrets, and experiences. My goal is to be an ally and to collaborate with my clients. I want to help them discover their inner strengths and to learn to embrace vulnerability in order to improve emotional well-being and interpersonal relationships. I help my clients uncover experiences from their past that are affecting their present thoughts and actions. Additionally, I strive to empower my clients by teaching skills to be self compassionate and mindful."
(206) 202-9974
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"I understand it is a privilege that clients trust me with their feelings, secrets, and experiences. My goal is to be an ally and to collaborate with my clients. I want to help them discover their inner strengths and to learn to embrace vulnerability in order to improve emotional well-being and interpersonal relationships. I help my clients uncover experiences from their past that are affecting their present thoughts and actions. Additionally, I strive to empower my clients by teaching skills to be self compassionate and mindful."
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"* I apologize, I am not currently accepting any new Patients* Children and adolescents deal with their own unique stresses and challenges at home, school, with peers. They are always working to find a balance between their own individuals needs and desires and the needs of their parents, family, teachers, and peers. I have worked with adults and kids addressing a variety of issues including , Abuse (physical, emotional, sexual), ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Adoption, Divorce, Obsessive Compulsive behaviors, Oppositional and defiant youth, and grief/loss. "
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"* I apologize, I am not currently accepting any new Patients* Children and adolescents deal with their own unique stresses and challenges at home, school, with peers. They are always working to find a balance between their own individuals needs and desires and the needs of their parents, family, teachers, and peers. I have worked with adults and kids addressing a variety of issues including , Abuse (physical, emotional, sexual), ADHD, Anxiety, Depression, Adoption, Divorce, Obsessive Compulsive behaviors, Oppositional and defiant youth, and grief/loss. "
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"*NOT TAKING NEW CLIENTS, AS MY SCHEDULE IS CURRENTLY FULL* Are you feeling down, anxious, burnt out, or stuck? Are you struggling in your relationships? I can help. As a therapist, my goal is to instill hope and work collaboratively with you towards healing, growth, and change. I believe that growth comes from becoming more connected to other people in healthy ways. I will work with you to help you gain insight into the ways your thoughts, feelings, and relational patterns impact your behaviors and life experiences. We will work together to find practical ways for you to move from insight to experience in your life."
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"*NOT TAKING NEW CLIENTS, AS MY SCHEDULE IS CURRENTLY FULL* Are you feeling down, anxious, burnt out, or stuck? Are you struggling in your relationships? I can help. As a therapist, my goal is to instill hope and work collaboratively with you towards healing, growth, and change. I believe that growth comes from becoming more connected to other people in healthy ways. I will work with you to help you gain insight into the ways your thoughts, feelings, and relational patterns impact your behaviors and life experiences. We will work together to find practical ways for you to move from insight to experience in your life."
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"My therapeutic approach is psychodynamic and relational, which means I'm interested in helping you safely explore the ways in which your personal history, from early childhood onward, may still be influencing your emotions, coping patterns and relationships. I'll help you tend to your feelings and memories so that you'll come to know yourself better and develop the capacity for compassionate self-care. Throughout our time together, I'll pay special attention to our therapeutic connection, as I believe our relationship can serve as a rich resource for your authentic recovery and well-being."
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"My therapeutic approach is psychodynamic and relational, which means I'm interested in helping you safely explore the ways in which your personal history, from early childhood onward, may still be influencing your emotions, coping patterns and relationships. I'll help you tend to your feelings and memories so that you'll come to know yourself better and develop the capacity for compassionate self-care. Throughout our time together, I'll pay special attention to our therapeutic connection, as I believe our relationship can serve as a rich resource for your authentic recovery and well-being."
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"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and I specialize in working with individuals, adolescents, and parents at any stage in their parenting journey. I have experience with and especially enjoy helping people navigate life transitions, anxiety, depression, and parenting challenges. As a therapist, I feel honored to play a role in an individual's or family's life as they seek to make changes."
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"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and I specialize in working with individuals, adolescents, and parents at any stage in their parenting journey. I have experience with and especially enjoy helping people navigate life transitions, anxiety, depression, and parenting challenges. As a therapist, I feel honored to play a role in an individual's or family's life as they seek to make changes."
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"What is your biggest challenge that, if overcome, would completely change your life? If it was simply a matter of knowing the answer to this question, everyone would be living exactly the life they desired. In reality, "knowing" is only half of the journey. Working together, we will co-create a partnership to explore your opportunities and challenges, making space in your life for the future that you desire. I believe that everyone can and should be living the life of their dreams, because, after all, this is not a dress rehearsal!"
(425) 276-7787
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"What is your biggest challenge that, if overcome, would completely change your life? If it was simply a matter of knowing the answer to this question, everyone would be living exactly the life they desired. In reality, "knowing" is only half of the journey. Working together, we will co-create a partnership to explore your opportunities and challenges, making space in your life for the future that you desire. I believe that everyone can and should be living the life of their dreams, because, after all, this is not a dress rehearsal!"
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"Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist living and working in the Edmonds, WA area. I graduated with my Master of Science in Marriage and Family therapy in 2016 from Friends University in Wichita, KS. I currently work at Snohomish Psychology Associates, PLLC in Edmonds, WA, serving adolescents, adults, couples, and families. I tailor treatment to each client and the specific needs of each client. I collaborate with each client to build a treatment plan that outlines the goals that the client would like to achieve in their life and then work with each client to obtain their goals and improve their quality of life. "
(206) 237-6763
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"Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist living and working in the Edmonds, WA area. I graduated with my Master of Science in Marriage and Family therapy in 2016 from Friends University in Wichita, KS. I currently work at Snohomish Psychology Associates, PLLC in Edmonds, WA, serving adolescents, adults, couples, and families. I tailor treatment to each client and the specific needs of each client. I collaborate with each client to build a treatment plan that outlines the goals that the client would like to achieve in their life and then work with each client to obtain their goals and improve their quality of life. "
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"I enjoy helping my clients find their unique strengths and building on those in a confidential and supportive setting. I also work with clients to enable them to find a satisfying work/life or school/life balance. I utilize cognitive behavioral, brief solution focused and family systems therapy."
(206) 429-4416
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"I enjoy helping my clients find their unique strengths and building on those in a confidential and supportive setting. I also work with clients to enable them to find a satisfying work/life or school/life balance. I utilize cognitive behavioral, brief solution focused and family systems therapy."
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"Do you often feel worried? Did you go through an upsetting experience and you can't seem to move past it? Or are you finding it hard to have a healthy relationship with food and your body? You deserve to feel better and looking for a therapist is a great place to start. Through a collaborative and goal focused process, I believe that therapy can help you with these issues."
(206) 966-4701
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"Do you often feel worried? Did you go through an upsetting experience and you can't seem to move past it? Or are you finding it hard to have a healthy relationship with food and your body? You deserve to feel better and looking for a therapist is a great place to start. Through a collaborative and goal focused process, I believe that therapy can help you with these issues."

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