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Therapists

Clients and counselors are paired based on specific request, specialization, and personality fit. Alliant Therapy Group accepts many major insurance plans, and private pay fees not using insurance are established on a sliding scale basis. Please contact us for more information about fees and availability. 

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Carolyn
PhD, LMHC

My name is Carolyn and I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor specializing in individual, couples, and family therapy, and I maintain a private practice in Seattle and Edmonds, WA.

With many years of experience as a mental health counselor, and as a graduate of Texas A&M University, I am currently serving as a private practitioner. I work with a broad spectrum of clients. Among my areas of expertise are eating disorders, grief/loss, depression/anxiety, relationship issues, and life transitions. I am an interactive, client-centered counselor. My therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, I work with each client to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.

Education 
Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision, Seattle Pacific University (Transfer from Oregon State University)
M.S. Community Counseling, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
B.A. Psychology, University of Washington
B.A. Sociology with an emphasis in the family as an institution, Washington State University 

Additional Training
Certified in Hypnotherapy and Meditation 

Professional Activities and Memberships
American Counseling Association
American Mental Health Counselor Association
Seattle Counseling Association
Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (WACES)
     - 2010 WACES conference presenter
     - 2012 WACES conference presenter
Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)
     - 2011 ACES conference presenter 

I am also a part-time instructor at several universities teaching both undergraduate and graduate courses. Currently, I am teaching for Northwestern University in their [email protected] program.


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Lynette
MA, LMHC

I am a client-centered therapist and view therapy as an opportunity to slow down, take a deep breath, and to step into a safe, confidential space away from the busyness of the outside world. My therapeutic approach is compassionate, collaborative, and non-judgmental. I often work from an integrative approach that draws from fluid, abstract frameworks such as psychodynamic, attachment, and existential theory, as well as more concrete, evidence-based practices such as cognitive behavioral therapy and solution-focused therapy. I am also trained to help clients recognize patterns of unhealthy behavior, irrational thinking, and the invisible blocks that keep them stuck and unable to move forward. I am enthusiastic about empowering adult clients of all ages and backgrounds to live more authentic lives and have more satisfying relationships. I consider the following to be my areas of specialty: multicultural issues, life transitions, aging-related issues, and relationship issues. I welcome the opportunity to listen to your story and support you on your path to a more fulfilling life. 

Education
M.A. University of the Pacific


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Angela
MA, LMHC

Angela provides services only via Telehealth, on our secure online video platform.

Hi, my name is Angela and I am a licensed mental health counselor who focuses on your strengths, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in order to provide perspective in a positive, authentic, and confidential environment. Together, I can help you identify goals, roadblocks, and solutions while vocalizing emotions and thoughts that may currently be problematic. I have worked with many diagnoses over the years, but would identify my clinical strengths with anxiety, depression, transitions, and trauma. Your experiences are unique, and I am honored to help you on your journey.

I am currently completing a doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision at the University of the Cumberlands, graduating in 2026-2027 academic year. I completed my master's degree in Community Counseling from Gonzaga University and bachelor's degrees in Communication and Psychology from Washington State University. I have provided counseling in clinical settings including non-profit counseling agencies, hospitals, public schools, homeless shelters, and private practices.

Education
Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision, University of the Cumberlands, graduating 2026-2027
M.A. Community Counseling, Gonzaga University
B.S. Psychology, Washington State University
B.A. Communications with an emphasis in advertising, Washington State University

Professional Membership
American Counseling Association
Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES)
Western Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (WACES)
Washington Mental Health Counselors Association


jenna

Jenna
MA, LMFT

My name is Jenna, and I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Washington. I’ve been with Alliant Therapy Group since 2015, where I enjoy working with individuals and couples growing in the art of being human. We come to therapy when we want something to change; when something on the inside feels out of tune with life on the outside. I believe that change starts with getting to know yourself—in some ways, maybe for the first time: learning and working with the language your body and emotions use to signal what matters (and what doesn’t) to you, discovering what it is that makes you come uniquely alive, and allowing this self-understanding to help answer the questions your life is asking of you. From here, clarity and courage often emerge for working through the barriers to creating a life of purpose, authenticity, and meaningful relationships.

From the systemic perspective that trustworthy relationships with others help us build healthy relationships with ourselves, and vice versa, I strive to offer a therapeutic relationship that is genuine, respectful, curious, and compassionate. My hope is for you to feel seen, heard, and valued as we make sense of your struggles and celebrate your successes.

As an Existentially oriented counselor, I have faith in every person’s innate capacity to learn to thrive in a challenging and beautiful world. My approach to wellbeing is holistic and includes the physical, psychological, social, and spiritual (however you define that). For practical tools and a strengths-based approach, I integrate Cognitive-Behavioral and Solution-Focused therapies. With couples, I draw from Emotion-Focused Therapy to help partners understand their relationship dynamics and create more connection, and Gottman methods in building more effective communication skills.

Education
M.A. Couples and Family Therapy, Seattle University
Post-Master’s Certificate in Spirituality, Seattle University


Trish

Trish
LICSW

Trish provides services only via Telehealth, on our secure online video platform.

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing individual therapy to adults. I have worked in community mental health, healthcare and hospice and have provided supervision since becoming licensed in 2005. 

My therapeutic style is person-centered and collaborative. I gravitate toward the behavioral theories and often utilize Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. These approaches tend to be present-focused and emphasize increasing awareness, a willingness to experience emotions and practicing new behaviors. I welcome your feedback as we build a therapeutic relationship based on respect, trust and honesty. I will listen to your concerns and assist you in creating a plan to guide the work done in therapy and encourage you to implement the changes you want to see happen in your life. I understand that we seek to avoid discomfort and yet it is often a necessary companion along the path to a meaningful and rich life. I look forward to being a part of this journey with you.

Education
Master’s Degree in Social Work, West Virginia University

Professional Membership
National Association of Social Workers


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Elizabeth
MA, LMHC

As a therapist my mission is to provide a safe environment in which you can rest, discover, heal, and grow. My approach is client-centered, working as your ally and having the privilege of witnessing your life as you change, grow, and live into your goals, becoming ever more yourself. Together with an approach of curiosity and open-mindedness, we will discover what is true for you, how you would like to grow, and become aware of your innate and developing strengths. I find that an integrative approach that is strength-based and incorporates psychotherapy and mindfulness allows for looking deeply into what has been, as well as moving forward by learning new ways of being, bringing the mind, heart, and body into an alliance of holistic health. My desire is to see clients find personal power through gaining new perspectives, practicing choice, and developing tools to help them thrive in their daily life.

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. I received an MA in School Counseling from Seattle Pacific University and worked for six years with high school students in Seattle. I have continued to expand my education and therapeutic approaches through completing the Certificate Program in Clinical Theory and Practice through Wellspring Family Services and attending therapeutic trainings focused on Attachment Theory, Grief and Loss, Cultural Competence, and Mindfulness techniques. I also enjoy reading and researching therapeutic modalities and practices that I can incorporate in my work with clients for their benefit and greater wellness. 

Education
M.A. School Counseling, Seattle Pacific University
Certificate Program in Clinical Theory and Practice, Wellspring Family Services


Judyline Corpuz, BA

Judyline
MA, LMHCA

My name is Judyline (Judy-Lynn) and I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate. I believe everyone has rich and complex stories that are waiting to be heard and shared. My work is guided by those stories.

Through counseling there is much healing, growth, and empowerment that can occur. I support individuals experiencing a wide range of concerns, which include grief and loss, depression, and anxiety. In addition, I am particularly interested in working alongside clients as they explore their racial, sexual, and multicultural identities. I gravitate toward humanistic theories, namely Person-Centered, Gestalt, Narrative, and Existential therapy. 

I am intentional about establishing trust and safety with my clients, and use a client-focused, empathic approach. I believe this provides a solid therapeutic foundation that is holistic, personalized, and culturally relevant.

Education
M.A. Mental Health Counseling, Antioch University Seattle


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Camille (she/her)
MA, LMFTA

Hi, my name is Camille. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (LMFTA), and I work with couples and individuals. I look forward to working with you as you venture down the brave path of self-discovery and empowerment. I value client centered therapy, and will gently challenge you, while also being your cheerleader. I come to therapy with a strength-based approach, believing that you have the power within yourself to make change, and that my role is to help you identify and foster your deep knowledge of self. I use a tailored approach to therapy, using techniques from Narrative, Solutions Focused and Existential therapeutic lenses.

I believe that dysfunctional patterns can be broken if they are identified and if effort is made toward disrupting them. I use this approach in my work with couples, taking on an Emotionally Focused lens, and employing techniques from Gottman Couples Therapy.

I believe that therapy takes teamwork and I love helping my clients light the way on their own forged path. I welcome and expect client feedback. If you feel that something is not working for you, we can collaborate to determine a route forward.

I have a wide range of interests when working with clients. I have particular interest in the areas of evolution of identity, grief and loss, dysfunctional interactional patterns in couples, and anxiety, specifically phobias.

Education
M.A. Couples and Family Therapy, Seattle University
B.A. Comparative Religion, University of Puget Sound

Professional Membership
The American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT)
The Washington Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (WAMFT)


Katie

Katie
MA

Hi, my name is Katie and I received my Master's degree in Counseling Psychology from Bastyr University. My work focuses on addressing concerns around anxiety, depression, self-acceptance, emotional regulation, implementing change, and navigating life transitions. 

I believe that all of our emotions, feelings, and actions serve a purpose, and we are sometimes unable to see their function. My goal is to help clients make sense of their suffering and uncover any barriers that may be stopping them from achieving growth while coming from a place of nonjudgmental acceptance. I take a collaborative, client-centered approach to help individuals reach their goals by cultivating self-efficacy, building confidence, and instilling hope.

I find that therapy is most effective when I am able to adapt to each individual client’s unique concerns based on the context of their lives, and thus my therapeutic style varies from person to person. My approach is rooted in the theories behind Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Narrative Therapy, among others. It is my hope that we can work together to help you gain insights and develop tools to effectively implement change and enhance your self-awareness allowing you to live life to its fullest.

Education
M.A. Counseling Psychology, Bastyr University


Megan

Megan
MA, LMHCA

Hello, my name is Megan! I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate. I was drawn to counseling by a passion for being a witness to people’s truth and a support in their journey toward their best self. I approach counseling through a holistic, humanistic, and trauma informed lens, building a strong, safe therapeutic relationship through deep empathy and a nonjudgmental curiosity that will guide us through meaningful healing and growth work. 

Counseling is a collaborative experience in which we work together to uncover and understand subconscious barriers to your personal growth and healing and making meaning and change in a supportive and safe environment. You are the expert in your self and your lived experience, and in counseling I meet you where you are and respect and value that expertise. In session we will explore with curiosity together, building hope and insight along your therapeutic journey. 

I work with individuals with a variety of presenting concerns. These concerns include trauma and trauma histories, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, emotional regulation, life transitions, and adjustment difficulties. Because of each person’s uniquity in their self and their concerns, I draw from a variety of theoretical approaches to find what best resonates with you and supports your goals for counseling. These approaches include person-centered, existential, narrative, and cognitive behavioral therapies and polyvagal and attachment theories. 

Thank you for the opportunity to share a bit about myself. I look forward learning more about you as well!

Education
M.A. Clinician Mental Health Counseling, City University of Seattle
B.A. Psychology & French, Western Washington University

Professional Membership
American Counseling Association
Washington Mental Health Counselors Association
Chi Sigma Iota


Janet

Janet
MA, LMHCA

Counseling is a special relationship where you can pause with me to experience being heard, understood, cared for, and accepted. I believe we are shaped by the unique relationships, past and present, in our family, community, and culture. And I also fully believe that we grow, heal, and change in the context of healthy relationships. I aim to provide a safe and respectful place to honor your story and journey toward changes you desire without judgment—hallmarks of a trusting, healthy relationship. With this in mind, together, we’ll understand and make sense of the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that impact your inner life and relationships with others. We’ll build on your strengths and nurture the personality structures that contribute to a flourishing life.

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counseling Associate and joined Alliant Therapy Group in 2021. I draw from attachment research, neuroscience, and depth psychology traditions and use culturally relevant experiences to bring about growth and change. My counseling background and experience include relationship challenges, anxiety, grief, loss, and religion and spirituality concerns. Holding to the truth that there is always hope, my style is to listen with empathy to understand your inner world and remain present with you to grow, heal, and contribute to your well-being.

Education
M.A. Counseling: Clinical Mental Health, Concordia University, Irvine, CA
B.A. Economics, University of Washington

Professional Membership
American Counseling Association
Washington Mental Health Counselor Association

Additional Training
Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) Externship


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Julia
MA, LMHCA

Hello! My name is Julia. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process of healing and change. Whether you have tried it before or this is your first venture into counseling, therapy is a form of self-care, and choosing to see a counselor is an act of courage. 

Implementing a client-centered, trauma-informed approach, I support clients on their mental health journey through empathic understanding, empowerment, and a belief in their ability to evolve and heal. I value cultural humility, a lifelong process that involves acknowledging my limitations as a counselor, suspension of judgment, meeting clients where they are, and respecting diverse experiences and points of view.

My approach to counseling integrates evidence-based techniques, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) to support client-centered change.

I recognize that transformation occurs in a holistic space created by a commitment to self-care and the support from positive relationships we build. I believe that nothing is more transformative than the personal and professional relationships that we have with those who mean the most to us, and I bring my passion for your healing journey to Alliant Therapy Group.

Education
M.A. Counseling Psychology, Bastyr University

Professional Membership
Washington Mental Health Counselors Association (WMHCA)
American Counseling Association (ACA)


Interns

As part of their academic clinical internship experience, our interns provide clients with an affordable option for counseling. Session fees are $70/visit for individual, family, and couples counseling. 


Katharine

Katharine
BA


My name is Katharine and I am earning my Master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling at City University of Seattle. The therapy hour is a unique space for you to reflect, let your guard down, explore and benefit from non-judgmental perspective, genuine relational feedback, and attuned attention. Working from an integrative, psychodynamic, client-centered approach, I aim to meet you where you are, encourage you as you reach new levels of self-awareness, and assist you in attending to difficult core issues with honesty, balance, empathy, and creativity. I believe that the practice of compassionately and consciously attending to our own mental and emotional suffering is an avenue for accessing inner wisdom and finding peace in the here and now; the therapeutic alliance can be a vehicle for traveling this path. 

I have a background in visual art and apparel design and an open mind that recognizes that healing and insight come in various forms and flavors. My current education is grounding me in practical, evidence-based therapeutic techniques for working with the mental constellations of depression, anxiety, and trauma. As a student and practitioner of Zen Buddhism, I value non-rational modes of knowing as much as rational ones and am able take in many points of view without contradiction. I appreciate the beauty, mystery, deep challenges, and practical struggles of daily life and believe that we work on the world through working on ourselves. I welcome the opportunity to work with you. 

Education
M.A. in Counseling, City University of Seattle


Ivy

Ivy
BA

Hello! My name is Ivy (she/her), and I am a Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate student at Seattle University. I am on a mission to serve individuals in the greater Seattle area treating mental and emotional disorders as well as promoting optimal mental health and functioning through a holistic lens.

My counseling philosophy is to nurture a professional relationship with you that empowers you to accomplish your mental health, wellness, relational, and career goals. My approach is client-centered and collaborative, which means that you are the expert in your life, and I am here to walk alongside you and provide insight. Our time together will allow you room to breathe amidst the business of your life, and we will explore your thoughts, process your emotions, and help you to create positive changes.

I always seek to counsel from a multicultural lens and maintain a sense of curiosity and humility, especially because I hold many privileged identities. As a queer person, I have a special passion for working with LGBTQIA+ folks and other sexual minorities. I am earning my degree from an accredited program whose curriculum emphasizes social justice, and I am optimistic my education and training will be of use to you in your healing process.

Education
M.A.Ed in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Seattle University


Bridget

Bridget
MA

Hi, my name is Bridget. I am currently working towards a Master’s degree in Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling at City University of Seattle. I work with individuals, couples, and families and believe that connection lies at the heart of a meaningful human experience. Loss of connection to self, others, nature, or spirituality is often what leads people to therapy. Through the therapeutic relationship we develop, I strive to create a nurturing space where we explore with compassion and curiosity your relationship with your internal world as well as your relationships with others, enabling a healing process and a more fulfilling life experience.

Our relationship and your therapeutic goals will form the foundation of our work and inform the interventions we draw on. I practice from a systems perspective and often utilize an Internal Family Systems framework, narrative therapy, and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, along with other approaches as appropriate. I believe we are all multicultural beings who are the only experts in our own human experience. I see my role as a facilitator who helps you turn towards your experiences to build a deeper relationship with your internal world as we work towards your therapeutic goals. 

Education
M.A. in Counseling, City University of Seattle


Hanna

Hanna
BS

Hi, my name is Hanna and I am a graduate student at the City University of Seattle working towards my Master’s in Counseling, specializing in Marriage, Couples, and Family Counseling. I am drawn to working with those who are experiencing relational issues or difficulties in their environment, whether that be in the family, in the workplace, with friends, or with a partner, and I enjoy working with individuals as well.

I use a systemic approach to counseling to support you in your process of self-knowledge, healing, and connection. I strongly believe that because we operate in ecosystems of other individuals and relationships, it’s imperative to address what roles we play, what these systems look like, and how they may be interwoven throughout our experiences. As your counselor, I am collaborative, caring, and trauma-informed. Throughout our time together, I may utilize tools and techniques from attachment theory, internal family systems therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy in session.

Our work together will focus on helping you explore thoughts, emotions, patterns, memories, and limiting belief systems that may elicit emotional discomfort or pain. Through processing, implementing coping strategies, and discovering new information about the origins of this discomfort, we can begin to dismantle and heal these limiting belief systems.

Education
M.A. in Counseling, City University of Seattle
B.S. in Women’s and Gender Studies, University of Oregon


John

John
BA


Hello! My name is John and I use he/him/his pronouns. I am currently a student enrolled in the Masters of Counseling program at City University of Seattle and I am profoundly grateful for the varied experiences that have led me here. I am humbled and excited by the opportunity to build positive therapeutic relationships with people, because it is by building those relationships that we are able to grow. I look forward to encouraging growth in others just as much as I look forward to growth in myself. 

I was taught that every single person you meet has a story to tell, as long as you are curious, present, and engaged enough to hear it. This idea has had a tremendous impact on me and is a core belief I take with me into my counseling sessions. I am truly inspired by the power and potential for change that can come from the simple act of listening to a person tell their story. It’s my goal to provide a safe, understanding, validating space where people can tell their stories without negative barriers like shame or judgement. It is a privilege to be present with people in that space as they tell their stories.   

I believe that each person is a unique entity, with unique needs. I strive to view people as distinct, holistic selves and work to make treatment fit the client, not the other way around. I do integrate several therapeutic approaches, such as existential theory, narrative theory, feminist theory, and multicultural theory.   

Education
M.A. in Counseling, City University of Seattle
B.A. in English Literature, State University of New York at Geneseo  

Professional Membership

American Counseling Association (ACA)


Jessa

Jessa
BA


Hi there! My name is Jessa (she/her). I hold a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Colorado, and I’m currently completing my master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling at Seattle University. My passion for this work began through my own transformative journey with mental health, and I feel immense gratitude to now walk alongside others on their path to wellness, empowerment, and healing. 

As a therapist, I believe that we all deserve to feel seen, heard, and supported. I am dedicated to cultivating a therapeutic space of safety, honesty, and authenticity for you to show up as you are.  I work from a holistic and social justice-oriented lens, which recognizes that systems and identities play a significant role in our experiences of self and wellness. I believe it’s vital to examine the impact of the systems that have and continue to surround us, and place emphasis on the power of our family systems, and the way our earliest relational experiences have created a blueprint for how we navigate the world.    

I value the power of a collaborative therapeutic relationship and am committed to building an alliance grounded in respect, trust, and non-judgement.  While honoring your pace and preferences, our work will focus on the areas that are causing you to feel stuck, disempowered, distressed. In doing so, we can make room to move towards healing, growth, and fulfillment.  While the tools and techniques that I may utilize will depend on what resonates best with you and your therapeutic goals, I may draw from theoretical approaches such as psychodynamic theories, attachment theory, emotionally focused therapy, narrative therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy.    

Education 
M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Seattle University

Professional Membership
American Counseling Association (ACA)
Counselors for Social Justice (CSJ)


Muirenn

Muirenn
BA

Hello! My name is Muirenn (pronounced Mur-in), I use she/her pronouns, and I’m currently obtaining my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from City University of Seattle. I hold a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Western Washington University. I believe that therapy works best when there is a strong foundation between client and counselor in place. I strive to build this foundation by cultivating a safe, supportive, non-judgmental space for you to be your most authentic self. It can feel scary to decide to come to therapy, so I will honor your bravery in doing so. With my unconditional support, you will be set up for success in our work together.

I am a predominantly trauma-informed, person-centered, existential therapist. This means I will always take into account what has happened to you and how that is showing up in your current functioning. A person-centered and existential approach additionally means that I believe all of my clients are highly capable and that they are their own experts on what works best for them. I tend to help guide my clients down curious paths, with the hopes of helping them to understand deeper meanings that are lying under the surface of their challenges. I strive to help clients start shifting their perspectives and thinking patterns, gain deeper insight to what is happening around them, understand who they are more thoroughly, and explore what elements of their past are holding them back in the present.

I also use various other approaches in therapy, and this often depends on my client's unique wants, needs, and goals. I view things through a psychodynamic lens in terms of looking at how our pasts shape us; I incorporate mindfulness to help clients feel calm and relaxed and be more present; I include CBT and DBT in order for clients to better understand how their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors are connected. I am most interested in working with trauma, anxiety, panic, depression, life changes/adjustments, and stress. I enjoy working with adolescents and young adults.

Education
M.A. Counseling Psychology, City University of Seattle

Professional Membership
Washington Mental Health Counselors Association (WMHCA)
American Counseling Association (ACA)


Mae

Mae (they/them)
MDiv
 

Hello! What a bold and beautiful thing it is to consider beginning a counseling relationship – either anew or for the first time. Searching for a space to process what you are experiencing can itself feel like a big task and you’ve already made it this far! 

A little about me: I am working towards an MA in counseling at City University of Seattle. I come to the counseling profession after five years of experience coming alongside people navigating housing insecurity in Los Angeles. My areas of interest are LGBTQIA+ identity development, minority stress, relational difficulty, existential crises, and life adjustments/transitions. 

A little about my approach: I take an integrative approach to counseling, drawing philosophically from Existentialism and Gestalt, while utilizing techniques from Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Multicultural Theory, and Feminist Theory. Psychological jargon aside, I believe life as you experience it has profound meaning; that our emotions communicate profound truth to us; and that experiencing real relief from emotional pain is possible. The world is a chaotic place to be alive; I view the therapeutic space as one where we navigate what it means to not only cope with life but flourish, accessing the full expanse of wellness available to us. Our work together will be collaborative, practical, meaningful – and hopefully sometimes even fun! If you think we could be a fit, I would be honored to join you in the work. 

Education  
M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, City University of Seattle


Mallory

Mallory (she/her)
BA

Hello! My name is Mallory and I am currently completing a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling with Northwestern University. My passion for counseling started with my own mental health journey and now I am thankful that I can finally be that support for others. I view counseling as a collaborative process where the client takes an active role in how they want their therapy experience to be.   

My method of counseling stems from a point of curiosity about the life of my client. I understand that I will never completely understand the perspective of another, but I go into each session knowing that there is something to learn. I like working with family systems from the Adlerian model that go into how relationships have formed current patterns of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors; along with a person’s style of life, which is the subconscious rules that govern the decision making process. I also incorporate feminist theory into my practice by having an awareness of how systems can effect a person’s life and to understand how these systems have impacted development.   

In my practice I hope to help my clients find comfort within their life and a confidence that they can overcome any disruptions that might emerge. I am especially interested in working with clients managing anxiety, trauma, and eating disorders.   

Education
M. A. Mental Health Counseling, Northwestern University 
B.S. Psychology, Northeastern University  

Professional Membership
American Counseling Association (ACA)