Our Methods for Telehealth Therapy


Online therapy only requires a web camera, microphone, and internet connection. We offer telehealth to make therapy more accessible to those who do not have the means to do in-person therapy.


Our therapists are equipped with high-end secure equipment to ensure privacy during your online therapy session. It is our mission to make therapy more accessible for you in every way possible. Read on to learn about our most common treatment methods.

Talk to Your Therapist from Home

Online therapy can be convenient for a lot of people. It allows you to connect with your therapist with just a Wi-Fi connection. Additionally, online therapy allows you to choose where you would like your therapy session conducted. Many have taken advantage of this and have been able to create a space that they feel most comfortable in to have their therapy session. Contact us today to talk about telehealth and how this can help you!

Seattle Wellness Center Services for Therapy Seattle


Adults

Anger Management

Gender Identity

LGBT

Military Families

Stress & Anxiety

Grief

PTSD

Depression

Geriatric

Mixed Racial Identity Issues

Emotional Mood Disorders

Meet Our Mental Health Clinicians


Cynthia Ansley, MS, LMHC, NCC,


I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who holds a Master’s Degree in Community Mental Health Counseling 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,


In therapy, we will find what works best for you and highlight the strengths you already possess. I take the stance that I am the co-pilot working side-by-side with you to promote growth and change. You, as the driver, determine the next course of action, as well as the destination.

Emily Lee Escher - Circle

Emily Lee-Escher, MSW, LCSW


I have a wide range of experience, but mostly focus on children and teenagers. I specialize in LGBTQ issues, as well as anxiety, depression and OCD. Being a teenager is tough, but dealing with outside influences such as social media, COVID, etc., can add more to your plate.

Kathrine Barnes - circle

Katherine Barnes, MS, LMHC


I have spent half a decade serving as an outpatient and Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) therapist. Both positions has helped me gain expertise in the various levels of care that clients require based on their symptomology and utilization of crisis services.

Individuals, Couples, Families, Everyone

Seattle Wellness Center is here to give Support to those seeking treatment

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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.

faq

What equipment do I need for an online therapy session?

All you need for online therapy is your computer (with webcam), phone, or tablet and an internet connection.

If I start with online therapy, can I switch to in-person?

This depends on the therapist. Some of our therapists can only operate online due to scheduling, location, and so on. However, it can potentially happen if that therapist offers in-person and online therapy. You can always reach out to our friendly support staff to see which of our therapists offer, or check out their therapist profile page.

How do I prepare for online therapy?

Find a nice quiet space you feel comfortable in —a place where you are able to relax and be free of distraction. Turn off anything that could interfere with your online therapy session, such as muting notifications on your phone, turning off your t.v., and so on.

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 an online 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-$150 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 $100 per session for individuals$150 per session for couples, and family sessions.


Seattle Wellness Center accepts an array of insurance providers to help patients cover their healthcare needs. 


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

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