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Professional Help for Your Peace of Mind

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, nearly 20% of Americans were living with a mental illness, and in 2020, that percentage had doubled to 40% of Americans reporting mental health issues. Furthermore, in 2008 that percentage was 18%. It took 11 years for that percentage to increase, and that was only by 1 point. If you are experiencing symptoms, it is more important now than ever before to seek out mental health treatment. Depression, anxiety, ADHD, trauma as well as other mental illnesses are all manageable. Still, it is crucial to talk to a professional as soon as you see signs to not disrupt your life. Contact us today to get started!

Our Methods for Therapy

Our mental health experts take an eclectic approach for every client. They will create a treatment plan that is dynamic and specific to you. We have a roster of well-trained and highly educated therapists equipped with a diverse toolbox of treatment methods. Regardless, if you need ADHD therapy, depression therapy, anxiety therapy, PTSD therapy and so on, we are here to guide you in your mental healing. Read on to learn more about our most commonly used treatment methods.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, or CBT, is a talking therapy that can help manage issues you're having. CBT is done by identifying thought patterns and changing the way one thinks and behaves. CBT is a popular method used to treat anxiety and depression, and other mental and physical problems.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, or DBT, is a modified type of cognitive behavior therapy. This type of therapy teaches people to live in the moment, coping skills for stress, regulate emotions, solve relationship problems, and form healthy new relationships.

Initially, this type of therapy was developed to treat borderline personality disorder but has been discovered to help those having difficulty with emotion regulation or showing signs of self-destructive behavior such as eating disorders and substance abuse disorders. Additionally, this type of therapy has been used on occasion to treat post-traumatic stress disorder.

Eye Movement Desensitization Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy, or EMDR, is a psychotherapy treatment intended to relieve one's distress associated with traumatic memories. The therapeutic technique facilitates the accessing and processing of the traumatic memories and other adversity in finding an adaptive resolution.

Mindfulness Therapy

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (mindfulness therapy) is a type of psychotherapy that combines cognitive therapy, meditation, and mindfulness. This modality was meant to build upon cognitive therapy, integrating it with a program to form mindfulness-based stress reduction therapy.

Meet Our Mental Health Clinicians

Cynthia Ansley Seattle Wellness Center RB

Cynthia Ansley MS, LMHC, NCC,

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 provide therapy for adults while addressing a wide range of issues.

Sabrina Bachman, MA, LMHCA,

My name is Sabrina Bach and I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate and have been in the mental health field for 10+ years. I received my Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwest University in 2020.

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

Seattle Wellness Center Areas of Focus



Anger Management

Gender Identity


Military Families

Chronic Terminal





Stress & Anxiety


Mixed Racial Identity Issues

Emotional Mood Disorders


How Can Therapy Help Me?

There are many ways that therapy can help one grow. Therapists can provide support, problem-solving skills, and coping strategies for a number of issues.

Ultimately, the benefits of therapy depend on your commitment level to achieving your goals.

How Long Should I Be in Therapy For?

This depends on the individual as it’s different for everyone. Some people will be in therapy for a couple of weeks, a few months, or years. The healing process is different for everyone. Ultimately, our philosophy is to provide individuals the tools necessary to eventually not need therapy and move on in life.

Does Therapy Involve Medication?

It depends on the condition and what the patient is suffering from. There are a ton of treatments that are holistic and require no medication, and healing is done through therapy methods.

How Do I Start Therapy?

Please fill out our contact form, and one of our support staff will reach out to you shortly (typically within 4 hours).

How Long is a Therapy Session?

Typically, a therapy session will last around 55-minutes.

What if I Don't Have Insurance?

We offer a sliding scale based on income for therapy sessions ranging $60-$125 per session for those who would rather not use health insurance.

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If you're interested in receiving therapy and are looking for the most affordable rates, consider paying out of pocket at our introductory rate of $185 per session for individuals, and $220 per session for couples, or family sessions.

Seattle Wellness Center accepts an array of insurance providers to help patients cover their healthcare needs. Read more about Rates and Insurance 

Seattle Wellness Center does not provide medication management, only counseling. If you require medication management please contact your psychiatrist.

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