What services do you provide?
We provide therapy and coaching services.
What is the difference between therapy and coaching?
Therapy is an important resource for people whose unresolved past remains present with them. Typically, we see people in therapy to address postpartum mood disorders, or to address trauma related to trans and queer identity. At this time, therapy is open only to people living in Washington State.
Coaching is a great option for people who are new parents looking to improve their co-parenting relationship. If someone in your life has recently come out, and you’re not sure what to do, how to be supportive, or you feel completely lost, coaching can help! Coaching is also great for people who are navigating their gender identity and expression. Anyone, regardless of where you are geographically, can access coaching through Telecoaching.
What is Teletherapy?
Teletherapy or Telecoaching is delivered online through your computer, phone, or tablet. You can join us for a session online through your browser, or through the Telehealth by SimplePractice app.
What are home visits like?
People tend to be most comfortable and ‘themselves’ in their home, so when we come by for a visit, we are often able to build rapport and make progress quickly!
What if I don’t want to meet in my home?
We also offer the option of “walk-and-talk” coaching and therapy. It’s great to get outside and walk around a park or on a trail. “Walk-and-talk” is not as private as other options because of the potential to run into someone you know. We will discuss this possibility before we embark on our walk.