Compassionate Care: A supportive space for Depression Therapy in Seattle, WA
Depression Counseling in Seattle, WA Can Help You
Seeking therapy for your depression can help you better understand your thoughts and emotions.
Common Signs and Depression Symptoms
I Would Love to Support You in Managing and Coping With Your Depression
You are so much more than a label, diagnosis, or set of symptoms.
My Approach to Online Depression Counseling in Seattle, WA
As a depression therapist, I utilize many different approaches when it comes to managing depression. It is important for me to meet you where you are at and use approaches that work best for you. As a depression therapist, I understand that we all have unique lived exerpiences. We come from families and cultures that tell us how we “should” be. How we “should” feel. How we “should” act.
I will help you understand how these larger stories impact your sense of self and how you move through the world. Each person’s experience with depression is unique. You may have different times throughout your life where your depression feels challenging, but that doesn’t mean that you have to let it have control over your life.
Therapy is one of the most valuable forms of self-care. I would be honored to support you and provide a space where you feel seen and heard. Contact me today to schedule your free 20-minute consultation to see if we’re a good fit!
Each 50-minute session is $150
I am private pay and don’t accept insurance. I offer a superbill upon request you can submit to your insurance. I cannot guarantee reimbursement for private pay clients.
*I offer a limited amount of reduced fee spots
You may struggle with depression but it doesn’t have to control you. You can learn to manage your symptoms and live a full life. One of the ways in which I work with clients who struggle with depression is through somatic approaches. With this approach, I help them learn to regulate their nervous system and sit with discomfort. By doing so, they are more aware of how their internal and external worlds are informing their mental health. This can help you cope with your depression symptoms and learn to ride those harder waves of life.
In sessions, you will also learn to lean into the discomfort of your depression.
You will also learn what it means to do so while living with your depression in a way that doesn’t keep you from moving on in life. In your toolkit, you will have coping skills to help you face the struggles depression presents head-on. Even though it can be hard.
There are also different parts of ourselves that come up in life. For instance, the part that protects you, the part that’s scared or insecure. Therapy is space to identify which parts are currently running your life. With depression, it can feel like the inner critic is strong and winning. That parts job is to protect you but it has become overwhelming. Our work together can help you learn to integrate all aspects of your identity and feel compassion for all parts of yourself.