Need Help with Your Relationship?

Kimberly Castelo, LMFT-S,


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We specialize in:

  • Relationship Therapy
  • Sex Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Consensual Non-Monogamy
  • Affair Recovery
  • Sexual Addiction (Out of Control Sexual Behavior)
  • Stress
  • Anxiety

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much is therapy?

It all depends on the clinician.  We have clinical interns who see clients for $60 and licensed practitioners who range in price from $160 to $200 for a 50-minute session.

Where are you located? 

Due to COVID we are only doing telehealth at this time. This means that we can see you virtually if you are located anywhere in WA state.

Do you take insurance? 

We do not take insurance, but we can provide a superbill to turn into your insurance for possible reimbursement.

How much does the consultation cost? 

We offer free 20-minute consultations to see if we are the right fit for what you are looking for.

Who do I contact if I have any questions? 

If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact our intake specialist at or any personal therapist listed on our website.

Does Relationship Therapy Really Help?

Relationships of all kinds go through seasons of difficulties when partners feel distant, unloved, and caught in a "dance" or pattern of fighting and pain.

Learning how to connect on a heart level to our lover(s) is a way of engaging differently in the "relationship dance" that can bring about healthier communication, deeper connection, and overall healing.

Why go to an Emotionally Focused Relationship Therapist?

Emotional Focused Therapy (EFT) is the scientifically based therapeutic approach to help relationships thrive. In fact, studies show that over 70% of relationships in EFT went from distressed to happy, and 90% significantly improved, in 15-20 sessions. Perhaps more importantly, the results were stable 2 years later.

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