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Multiple Therapist in Seattle to choose from. We offer in-Person and Telehealth sessions. Conveniently located a short walk from the Northgate station with free parking.
We accept most insurance and also offer affordable rates for self pay clients at $165 per session for individuals, $200 per session for couples, and families.
If you require medication management, please contact your psychiatrist.
Seattle Wellness Center Northgate
Appointments Available Mon-Fri
155 NE 100th St suite 125, Seattle, WA 98125
Seattle WA 98125
Meet Our Therapists
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 Meet Therapist
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, Meet Therapist
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 Meet Therapist
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 Meet Therapist
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 Meet Therapist
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 Meet Therapist
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 Meet Therapist
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 Meet Therapist
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, Meet Therapist
Individuals, Couples & Families
Seattle Wellness Center is here to give support to those seeking treatment
call now 206-636-1982
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.
Our Therapy Techniques and Approaches:
Assist a person to discover unconscious meanings and motivations in their feelings, thoughts and behaviors.
Emphasizes what a person learns leads to what s/he does in both normal and abnormal behavior. A best practice standard is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy which blends the impact of both thought and behavior.
Focuses on what a person thinks and how changing one’s thoughts can positively impact how a person feels thereby leading to improvement.
Is a blend of proven approaches tailored to the person’s individual needs.