The Buddha taught the secret of health for mind, body & spirit
is not to mourn for the past, nor to worry about the future, but to live the present moment wisely and earnestly. This simple insight is powerful medicine for much of what ails us.
Offering Both Virtual and In-Person Therapy Options. Appointments: 206-801-3214
Payment and Insurance Q&A

Question: Do you take insurance?

Answer:  Yes. If your health insurance plan includes out-of-network coverage, you may get significant  reimbursement for psychotherapy with me. The amount totally depends upon your insurance carrier and your particular plan, but can be over $100 per visit, depending on your plan.
I will gladly help you figure out what this looks like at or before your first appointment with me.

read more
Loving Couples in Crisis

I am pleased to collaborate with my colleague and partner, Gaelen Billingsley, MA, LMFT. We have known one another since 2001 and have worked together since 2019. She is an expert in family systems and is a  true innovator.

read more
Psychotherapy: How I Work

Our Work is Guided by Four Principles of Holistic Psychotherapy.

One:  Wholeness is ever-emergent.

I am trained in the Humanistic-Existential and Transpersonal traditions. Thus, I hold a fundamental assumption about humanity and my work: All people are inherently healthy, innately whole, essentially perfect, and precious,

read more