I offer interactive and informed counseling for individuals, couples and families who are navigating life transitions related to grief, loss, and relational disruption. I am passionate about empowering those who are struggling to feel connected in their relationships, looking to find balance within their own daily lives and supporting those who are seeking healing from a stressful or traumatic experience. I draw from a number of different therapeutic approaches, and work to tailor each approach to meet your needs. My background is in attachment theory, narrative therapy and emotion-focused therapy.
I find it particularly rewarding working with teenagers and young adults who are navigating transitions into adulthood. As a former high school guidance counselor and coach, I have a unique heart and perspective for those dealing with issues related to anxiety, depression, divorce, LGBTQ issues, self-esteem and adjustment problems. I enjoy providing a safe and nurturing space for young adults to heal, question and develop a stronger sense of their own identity and embrace their strengths.
I also specialize in working with survivors of early-childhood neglect, abandonment and sexual and domestic abuse. I help adults identify and resolve how their past is unconsciously coming into play in their present and causing them to not feel good enough, to feel stuck, or to experience negative situations in their career or personal life. I enjoy helping clients create new pathways towards healing and interpersonal growth, so that they can experience a more genuine connection with themselves and with others.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please don’t hesitate to call me at (253) 329-0375 or firstname.lastname@example.org!
$80-$100 for individual sessions
$75-$125 for couples & family sessions
Some sliding scale appointments available, ask me for more information.
Under supervision of Lori Kimmerly, MS, LMFT-S, LF60172540