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Meet Our Therapists



I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who holds a Master’s Degree in Community Mental Health Counseling from Southern New Hampshire University and have been working in the field of mental health for over 20 years. I have worked in a variety of treatment settings including outpatient community mental health, psychiatric emergency room,

Cynthia Ansley, MS, LMHC, NCC

Therapy is a process. In life, we must find a balance that works for us. Sometimes, the things that once served us well no longer work with the stage of life we are in. We learn to accept, forgive, fine-tune and create. In therapy, we will find what works best

Sabrina Bachman, MA, LMHC

I am an associate licensed clinical social worker who holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Seattle University. I have worked in treatment settings such as permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless veterans, in-home services for children on the autism spectrum, an emergency men’s shelter, a hospital, and a

Angela Trunzo, MSW, LSWAIC

I am an Independent Clinical Licensed Social Worker Associate, or LSWAIC. I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Seattle University and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from New York University. Much of my career thus far has been in the nonprofit sector, from housing to food access

Arden Meyer, MSW, LSWAIC

I believe that change is one of the most challenging and beautiful parts of life. Whether you’re struggling with a present situation, past experiences, or future uncertainties, it can be difficult to navigate those changes alone. I feel honored to join my clients on their journey through life’s obstacles, big

Kennedy Markulec, MAEd, LMHCA

We all experience struggles in life. I believe that sometimes we just need a bit of help to overcome them. I am an authentic, strengths-based, and solution-focused counselor who aims to assist my clients in such that they use their strengths to find solutions and overcome whatever those struggles may

Nicholas Jzyk, MA, LMHCA

I believe that having a safe professional relationship is an essential part of the therapeutic process. I also believe that healing is non-linear, that we can become our best ally, learn to extend compassion to ourselves, as well as unlearn and relearn new ways of being.  I work through a

Dannia Velazco, MSW, LSWAIC

I am distinguished by nearly three decades of diverse experience in the mental health sector, holding an Associate Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHCA) credential and a Master of Science in Education from Drake University. My work spans various treatment settings and includes expertise in juvenile justice systems, mental health disabilities,

Jason Hubbartt, MS, LMHCA, Adj. Prof

I have always had a love for the process of therapy, mental health and wellness practices including mind-body techniques.  I have incorporated these passions as an occupational therapist in the inpatient mental health and school settings and as a counseling intern in community mental health.  Therapy can provide a supportive

Anna Munson, LMHCA

Individuals, Couples & Family Therapy

Seattle Wellness Center is here to support those seeking in-person or online therapy from a licensed professional therapist

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I was struggling with my anxiety and depression and I wasn’t sure what to do. After searching all over Seattle I finally came across Seattle Wellness Center. Their staff was warm, welcoming and accommodating to my needs. I could not thank them enough for everything they have done.

Mary Jackson

Treatments Offered


Our therapists utilize an array of modalities that have a proven track record of success. We offer therapy sessions that can be conducted in-person for a more face-to-face experience; or online for the client's convenience.


Seattle Wellness Center Therapists are equipped with every resource they need to conduct successful therapy sessions to ensure that the client is meeting their goals.

Our mental health experts incorporate therapeutic methods, such as cognitive behavioral therapy to teach our clients proper skills to eventually leave therapy and lead happier lives.

The following treatment methods are used by our therapists to assist clients with the adversity they face. 

Solution-Focused Therapy

Solution-Focused Therapy is future-focused and goal-directed. This treatment puts a focus on solutions rather than the problem. Practitioners will propose solutions based on how that solution will make their client’s life better.

Emotion-Focused Therapy

Emotion-Focused Therapy or EFT is a therapeutic approach based on the idea that emotions are the key to one's identity. This suggests that emotions are the guide for people to make decisions. Ultimately, this treatment method allows people to become better at using information from adaptive emotions.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or CBT is a treatment method used to change thinking patterns to create healthier habits and unhelpful behavior. Therapists will collaborate with their clients to develop an understanding of the problems they face then create a treatment strategy.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, or DBT, is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy, which tries to identify negative thinking patterns and pushes for positive behavioral changes. DBT is utilized to treat suicidal and other self-destructive behaviors teaching patients coping skills and how to change unhealthy habits.

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy

Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, or MBCT, is a type of psychotherapy that encompasses cognitive therapy, meditation, and staying in the present with a non-judgmental attitude—using mindfulness meditation practice to consciously pay attention to their thoughts and feelings without judgment.


Therapists at Seattle Wellness Center use their knowledge, training, and experience to create personalized treatment plans for each client. While clients follow their treatment plan, our therapists will act as a guide to help them along the way. Ultimately, when a client starts therapy with their therapist, they will collaborate to discover the treatment method that works best for them.

faq

How Do I Start Therapy?

To start therapy, simply give us a call or fill out our online form and one of our friendly support staff will get in touch with you as soon as possible.

How Long is a Therapy Session?

Typically, a therapy session will take 50 min.

What is the Difference Between Psychologist and Therapist?

Psychologists and therapists differ in the services they provide. Psychologists have a PhD degree and can provide Psychological Assessments and Evaluations in addition to being able to provide on-on-one psycho therapy services while therapists primarily provide one-on-one counseling.

How Long Should I Do Therapy For?

This depends on the individual and the issues they need therapy for.

Our goal is to get people the help they need and assist them in accomplishing their goals. We typically start with an assessment and follow up with a Treatment plan. Our Treatment plans will establish the frequency and duration of the treatment. You may start working with one our therapists once a week and then transition to less frequent visits as you make progress towards meeting your goals.

How do I Find a Good Therapist in Seattle?

The relationship between patient and therapist is important. Within the first couple of sessions you will get an idea if that therapist is right for you. If you find that your current therapist is not a good fit to suit your needs, our support staff will help you transition to a new therapist.

How Much does Therapy Cost in Washington State?

At Seattle Wellness Center, we believe that the cost of therapy should not prevent you from getting the help you need. We provide Self Pay options as well as Insurance billing.

Additionally, you can learn more about what insurance we accept by clicking here.

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