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Katharine Nelson, LMHC
Adolescents Consulting and Coaching Life Transitions Career counseling, retirement counseling, life transitions. Work with anyone who desires a career that enables them to express their best talents.
1415 Commercial Avenue #293 Anacortes WA 98221-1342
Deborah Nessim
Anxiety Behavioral Health Psychotherapy PTSD Women's Issues Clinical Certified Trauma Specialist Individual Licensed Mental Health Counselor Registered Nurse
14040 NE 181st ST STE 1000 Woodinville Washington 98072
Matthew Nordin, LICSW
Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Depression and Bipolar EMDR Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Workplace and Career Matthew Nordin, LICSW specializes in helping clients process the traumas they have endured with EMDR as well as helping members of the LGBTQ+ community. He also has extensive experience helping clients with anxiety, stress, depression, bipolar disorder as well as career and relationship issues. Through telehealth sessions (which he has found highly effective with EMDR, too), Matt is able to help clients throughout Washington state.
1752 NW Market St #4340 Seattle WA 98107-5264
Dorcas Nung, LMFT
115 W. Magnolia Street Suite 209 Bellingham WA 98225
Rebecca Nystrom, LMHCA
Adolescents Anxiety Consulting and Coaching Disabilities Domestic Violence Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Hello and welcome! My pronouns are she/her. I welcome all bodies, all abilities, all races & ethnicities, all religions, all sexual orientations, identities, and expressions, all countries of origin, all people. I practice from both feminist and anti-oppression lenses in my work. I value the diversity and unique identity and experiences each of my clients brings into the room. We are all so much more than the labels we have been given. We each deserve to be supported in developing a sense of self rooted in choice and empowerment. We are multi-dimensional. There is so much to each of us, so much below the surface that cannot be seen without taking the time to interact with one another. I have spent a decade facilitating group work with women who had experienced trauma and abuse. My passion is to create an environment in which the stigma and silence surrounding abuse can be broken in the lives of those in our community. I have seen the freedom of healing that can be offered when people are supported by both individual and group therapy. I love working in a group setting because of the ability for attendees to be offered care from others with similar experiences. I focused my graduate work on expanding my knowledge of trauma and abuse. The goal is to bring into focus one's experience of familial, identity-based, religious, and social harms from a framework of one's attachment styles in current relationships. I work with others to identify healing experiences beyond talk therapy by integrating group work with a deeper awareness of one's somatic response to their history of trauma and abuse. I seek opportunities to increase my awareness of the oppression that exists in our community and world. I desire to create a safe place to explore the harm that you have experienced.
2528 Wheaton Way Ste 105 Bremerton WA 98310

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