Annie is a Clinical Intern and Master’s candidate at Bastyr University. Her approach to counseling is trauma-informed and client-centered, integrating a variety of therapeutic modalities including Motivational Interviewing (MI), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Attachment Theory and The Gottman Method.
She believes therapy is a courageous process of self discovery and is committed to supporting her clients with compassion, intuition and honesty.
She seeks to understand the whole person within the context of their relationships, inviting clients to explore and challenge their patterns to create sustainable change.
Annie provides therapy in English and is supervised by Kimberly Castelo, LMFT, CST.
Annie specializes in working with individuals and couples on:
Kyle is a Couples and Family Therapy intern. He is an MA cadidate at Antioch University currently pursuing extensive training in sex therapy.
His therapeutic approach is based on The Gottman Method, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Attachment Theory and solution-focused therapy. Kyle is a trained SPAFF coder in Dr. John Gottman’s world famous Love Lab where he codes conversations couples have, manages research studies, and nerds out on the science of relationships.
Kyle also sat on the Washington Association of Marriage and Family Therapy board from 2018-2019. Kyle is non-monogamous and BDSM-friendly. Kyle provides therapy in English and is supervised by Kimberly Castelo, LMFT.
Kyle specializes in working with:
Couples and individuals
Couples struggling with infidelity or affairs
(emotional and/or sexual)
Couples who are dealing with one partner (or both)
having out of control sexual behavior
Individuals and couples with insecure attachment styles
Sexual concerns such as:
Out of Control Sexual Behavior
Sexual Religious Shame
To learn more about Kyle and his practice click here.
Jason holds a bachelor’s degree from Indiana University and is currently a graduate student at Antioch University, majoring in Couple and Family Therapy. As part of his internship, he is supervised by Kimberly Castelo. Jason believes in working from a systemic approach and utilizes Narrative Therapy and Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) as primary modalities. He also has experience (on-going) working with domestic violence.
Jason believes that an authentic therapeutic relationship is foundational to working with his clients. Regardless of the challenges you may be going through, he will honor your lived experiences with both trust and empathy. As a systemic therapist, he will seek to understand not only the current challenge(s) you are experiencing, but also your background and other circumstances which may be contributing to the issues.
Jason is completing his master’s degree in Couple and Family Therapy and looks forward to working with couples or other relational systems. He will prioritize the therapeutic relationship, your emotional safety, and you as the expert in your own life from the first session onward.