Who We See
We work with couples: Couples getting married, dealing with change or conflict, or looking for a check-in from time to time.
We work with parents: New parents, parents with careers, those sandwiched between kids and aging parents.
We work with professionals: High-tech workers juggling demanding jobs and family, transitioning in and out of the workplace, recent grads experiencing the transition between college and career. Motivated and successful professionals desiring to maintain career and life goals, who feel up to the challenge but need a plan for tackling the issues facing their family, marriage, and careers.
We work with those who feel stressed: People with lives out of balance, experiencing loss, just trying to get it right. People who feel stuck — in ways both big and small — and people who want to move forward.
What We Do
We help you through times of transition.
Life is hard sometimes. We make therapy easy to fit into your busy professional life — our Westlake Ave location makes therapy an accessible part of your day.
If therapy isn’t what you are looking for, but need space to talk it out, consult about a work or life event, or maybe gain more clarity on a situation, we offer individual and family consultation.
Call us to set up a 20 minute consultation at no charge before you schedule your first appointment. We want to be sure we’re right for you.
Rates and Billing
We offer convenient hours for working professionals. We’re available 7 days a week. Schedule online now (make sure to choose the therapist you want to see), or email a team member for more information.
For our therapy services, we charge $150 for a 50-minute session.
For parent coaching (with Beaven Walters), we provide an initial parent coaching package for $600 and then optional additional sessions for $100 for a 60-minute session: please see the intake packet for more details.
Payment is due at time of service. We accept checks and credit cards. If you must cancel — it happens — notify us 48 hours in advance. We bill for missed appointments.
We are happy to provide insurance-ready statements that you can submit for out-of-network reimbursement.
We are different.
We are real. We get it. And we are here to help.
Meet Our Team
Danielle holds a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University. She’s worked in student development, college admission counseling, non-profit development, parent education, and as a birth doula. Danielle specializes in premarital counseling, postpartum issues and transitions into parenthood for individuals or couples, and those experiencing workplace stress.
Danielle is currently accepting new clients only by referral. If you’re interested in talking with her about working together, please email her at email@example.com. Current clients can schedule online with Danielle now.
Janelle holds a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University. She has worked in family and child behavioral health services and aging and elder care with a focus on collaboration with medical professionals to advocate for and support her client’s experience. Janelle specializes in supporting individuals and families around the topics of aging, memory loss, brain injury, and chronic conditions. She also works with parents who are in the launching stage of parenting and working towards building and maintaining healthy relationships with their adult children.
Celina holds a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University. She has worked as a child, youth and family therapist for four years. Celina is a bilingual therapist and has experience providing mental health treatment in both English and Spanish (Diocelina es bilingue y tiene experiencia en proveer tratamiento de salud mental en Ingles y en Espanol). Celina is certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) and is a certified Mental Health Professional (MHP). Celina specializes in working with couples, family, parents and individuals who are dealing with the following, but not limited to: Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, life transitions, communication or relationship difficulties, change, parenting, grief and loss, emotion regulation difficulties, ADHD, identity issues, blending families, stress, acculturation, and addiction.
Beaven is Northwest Family Therapy’s Parenting Coach. Beaven has spent the past decade working as an parent educator and coach, working with both new and experienced parents on challenges they’re facing: navigating conflicting parenting information and advice, adjusting to life with a newborn, handling school-related challenges, managing the teenage transition, conflict resolution, etc. Beaven focuses on helping parents build strong, lasting relationships with their children. Beaven was the creator of CharacterWorks, a program run in the Seattle School District that combines character education, performing arts, and parental support. She taught elementary school for seven years. Beaven is an ACPI-Certified Parenting Coach and works with individual parents or couples.
If you’re interested in scheduling with Beaven, reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.