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Send a message to schedule your free consultation. Feel free to email the counselor of your choice or send a message below. If you prefer, text or call 206-278-2288.
We'll have a 20-minute phone or Zoom consultation to learn more about you, and to see if we'd be a good fit for therapy.
Schedule A Session
We'll schedule your first 50-minute session to see if I'm the right therapist for you. Some of our therapists offer both in person and virtual sessions.
At Branching Out Wellbeing, we know that the connection you build with your counselor is incredibly important. We know that not everyone is a great fit with every counselor. This is one reason we offer a FREE 20-minute consultation. Please check out the profiles of each of our counselors to learn more about them, simply click on their pictures to be taken to their page or click on it from the drop down menu above.
If you have questions about the therapeutic modalities mentioned in our bios please see our Therapy Modalities page for brief explanations of common and specific ones that we utilize.
We of Branching Out Wellbeing would like to acknowledge that our work is being done on the traditional lands of the first peoples of Seattle, the Duwamish (Dxʷdəwʔabš) People, past and present and honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish Tribe. We know that many peoples inhabited these lands, and that we are also located on the lands of the Coast Salish and Muckleshoot peoples and wish to honor them as well.
To learn more about the Duwamish Tribe please check out: https://www.duwamishtribe.org/ and https://www.duwamishtribe.org/land-acknowledgement
To learn about the Muckleshoot Tribe please check out: http://www.muckleshoot.nsn.us/about-us/overview.aspx
If you would like to financially acknowledge our use of traditional Duwamish lands and assist with their fight to get Federal recognition as a tribe please visit: https://www.realrentduwamish.org/
To learn more about the other tribes that exist throughout western Washington State, on whose traditional lands many live today please check out: https://www.wwu.edu/tribal-lands-statement or https://www.ala.org/aboutala/indigenous-tribes-seattle-and-washington