Bonnie Zinn, PsyD

Bonnie Zinn, PsyD

Bonnie Zinn, PsyD, utilizes a collaborative, strengths-based approach to therapy to support clients struggling with anxiety, depression, traumatic stress, chronic pain, illness, relationship issues, and insomnia. She believes clients are the experts on their experiences and their values and strives to provide new skills and perspective to facilitate change. Dr. Zinn integrates trauma-informed and evidence-based…

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Ianto West, PsyD

Ianto West

A. Ianto West, PsyD works with a wide range of ages and concerns. Having worked in medical settings, he has experience with chronic health problems. Healing can feel confusing, frightening, or impossible. It can be hard to know where to start. Ianto’s approach is collaborative, most often using an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy approach. Ianto…

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Jim York, LMFT

Jim York

Jim York, MS, LMFT, has specialties in substance use/abuse, trauma-informed therapy, and couple’s therapy. He believes that clients are best served through a collaborative treatment approach, and utilizes an integration of humanistic, mindfulness-based, EMDR, and cognitive approaches depending on client goals. His past experience includes work aimed at overcoming past trauma, adult and adolescent substance…

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Tricia Teneycke, PsyD

Tricia Teneycke

Tricia Teneycke, PsyD specializes in working with men and women who have experienced traumatic events, chronic pain, depression, anxiety, and disordered eating. She also supports those who are navigating change and working on building and keeping healthy relationships. Having been raised in Canada and a happy resident of Seattle for the last 14 years she…

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Heather Spence, PsyD

Heather Spence

I work with teens (13+) and adults across the lifespan. I specialize in working with people who have experienced trauma, including childhood maltreatment. I also enjoy working with LGBTQ clients, including those folx who identify as transgender. That said, I work well with a broad range of concerns. If you are experiencing challenges like depression, anxiety, grief & loss, identity development, life transitions, or have challenges in your relationships, we might be a good fit!

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Gurjeet Sidhu, PsyD LMFT

Gurjeet Sidhu

Gurjeet Sidhu, PsyD LMFT’s approach to therapy is integrative. She works collaboratively with clients to understand both the origins of presenting problems and the contexts where they arise. She draws from various models of psychology, including narrative, relational, cognitive-behavioral, and experiential. She incorporates client centered and systems therapy, as well as evidence based practices to…

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Shon Powell, PsyD LMHC

Shon Powell

Shon Powell, PsyD LMHC works with a range of clients experiencing difficulties with trauma to problems surrounding self-identity. Additionally, he is well versed in psychological assessment. In terms of traumatic stress, he specializes in treating military veterans who have Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Regarding identity, he focuses on working with those who struggle with racial…

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Matthew Ponsford, PsyD

Matthew Ponsford

Matthew Ponsford, Psy.D. practices a collaborative, strengths-based approach to working with clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, grief, relationship issues, or facing difficult life transitions. His work integrates narrative, relational, and existential modalities, depending on the particular needs of the client. He has a particular interest in working with clients around issues related to…

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Bill Heusler, PsyD

Bill Heusler

Bill Heusler, PsyD has several specialty areas, including trauma informed therapy and assessment services for people suffering with the impact of overwhelming events in their lives. His approach to the therapy process is collaborative and integrative, which may include any combination of one or more techniques or therapeutic modalities that seem to be the best…

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Cathy Harrington, LMHC

Cathy Harrington

Cathy Harrington MA, LMHC practices person-centered counseling and believes strongly in a collaborative client-counselor relationship. She enjoys helping clients explore their intersecting identities and how the systems and structures around them might be contributing to unhelpful behaviors or unsatisfactory outcomes, as well as helping clients understand and move through distressing responses to traumatic situations. She…

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