Kimberly (she/her) is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Certified Sex Therapist, and Certified Emotionally Focused Couples Therapist.
Kimberly is an AASECT Supervisor, an AAMFT Supervisor, a Washington State Supervisor, and an EFT Supervisor in training. She really enjoys training future therapist, and therefore, often trains future therapist within her practice. Kimberly provides sex supervision throughout the nation. To contact her to become a supervisee, please reach out to her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimberly is a national speaker, speaking on topics of faith, sexuality, grief, coping with Multiple Sclerosis, High Tone Pelvic floor, menopause, and more!
Please contact Kimberly for her supervision and consultation fees
What is a Certified EFT Therapist?
A Certified EFT Therapist has gone through hours of training in order to ensure they were able to help distressed couples connect using the EFT model of therapy. For more information about EFT please go to http://www.iceeft.com/.
Why go to a Certified Sex Therapist?
A certified sex therapist is specifically trained to deal with all areas concerning sexuality. We have spent years beyond a typical therapist's training so clients can receive the care and expertise they are looking for.
What is a Certified Integrated Intimacy Professional?
A Certified Integrated Intimacy Professional (CIIP) is a person who has been trained in a holistic approach to sexuality. A CIIP is a mental health professional with advanced training in couples therapy, sex therapy and spiritual intimacy. For more information, please visit www.nwioi.com.
Kimberly specializes in working with:
Couples and Individuals (LGBTQQIA+ welcome and Poly friendly)
Couples who are dealing with one partner (or both) having out of control sexual behavior
Sexual concerns such as:
Out of Control Sexual Behavior
Sexual Religious Shame
High Tone Pelvic Floor (vaginismus)
BDSM and Kink
Consensual Non Monogamy
Medical community: As you care for others, my job will be caring for you and your relationships. I have several years of experience as a chaplain working in a hospital alongside a medical team, so I understand the pressures you face on a daily basis and the effects these have on family dynamics. I realize it is important to find a place where you are seen as just yourself and not as a doctor, nurse, etc. If that is something you are looking for, then I am here to help!
Other Therapists: I recognize that being a therapist and finding a therapist for yourself can be challenging. As we know, therapists need support in examining their own lives, stories, and trauma not only to enhance their lives, but their clinical work as well. I have extensive experience working with therapists for individual and couples therapy. My goal is always to facilitate an environment where you feel held and seen.
I love talking in front of people and sharing with others. I have spoken at the University of Washington Multiple Sclerosis Center about sexuality and disability and have spoken at adult living facilities concerning sex education. I have also spoken at many faith communities around issues of marriage, communication, and parenting. If you would like me to come speak at your location, please feel free to contact me.
The Gottman Method Couples Therapy Training: Level One, Two, and Three. Kyle is starting the certification process shortly.
The Gottman Method Couples Therapy: Couples Addiction and Recovery
The Gottman Method Couples Therapy: Treating Affairs and Trauma
The 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work Leader Training
Bringing the Baby Home Leader Training
Trained SPAFF Coder for The Love Lab
Crucible Neurobiological Therapy
The Developmental Model of Couples Therapy
Certified Prepare-Enrich Facilitator
Clinical Work with Consensual Non-Monogamous Relationships
Applied Tantra for Practitioners
Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy Externship
American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT)
Washington Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (WAMFT)
Member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)
Kyle (he / him) is a couples and sex therapist. His therapeutic approach is based on The Gottman Method, Emotionally Focused Therapy, Attachment Theory, and Polyvagal theory.
You and Kyle will work together to come up with therapeutic goals and steps to bring healing, change, and transformation to the areas of your life that you are looking to change. To support long-term changes, Kyle highly encourages other family members and significant others to participate in the therapy process.
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.
When not highlighting research articles on a Sunday morning in his bathrobe, Kyle enjoys writing for The Gottman Relationship Blog, doing Crossfit with his spouse, and cuddling with his cat Hendrix. Most importantly, Kyle's favorite thing in the world is a good hug.
Kyle is non-monogamous and BDSM-friendly. Kyle provides therapy in English and is supervised by Kimberly Castelo, LMFT.
Nika (she / her) is an individual and couples therapist, specializing in sex therapy and utilizing EFT in her work. Nika has extensive background in behavioral health crisis work and is passionate about supporting clients who struggle with sexual behaviors that are problematic and/or feel out of control (OCSBs, aka Sex Addictions). She works with both OCSB clients and their partners, individually and as a couple.
Nika holds her clients’ integrity and worth in the highest regard and is committed to providing compassionate and judgment-free care to those seeking change. Nika recognizes the unique and challenging ways in which OCSBs impact partnership. She is prepared to address the partners’ individual perspectives and wellness needs, as well as assist in navigating toward the relationship agreement both partners consent to.
Nika is a sex-positive and pleasure-focused therapist, who utilizes a strength-based approach to treatment and views individuals and their concerns though a sovereignty affirming holistic lens.
Nika is trilingual and has the ability to provide therapy in English, Russian and Ukrainian.
Credentials and Associations:
Licensed by WA Department of Health Independent Clinical Social Worker
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)
Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Bastyr University
Member of Washington Mental Health Counselors Association
Gottman levels 1 & 2
Member of American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors & Therapists (AASECT)
Trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
Trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Trained in Narcissistic Relationships & Emotional Abuse Recovery
Certified Complex Trauma Professional (CCTP)
Completing Externship in 2022
Annie (she / her) is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (LMHCA). She holds a bachelor's degree from New York University (NYU) and a Master's degree from Bastyr University. Her approach to counseling is trauma-informed and client-centered, integrating a variety of therapeutic modalities including Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Attachment Theory, Psychodynamic, Family Systems 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.
$210 for an 80-minute (individual or couples) session
Ellen (she / her) holds a bachelor’s degree from Washington State University in Communication and is currently a master’s candidate at Bastyr University where she is a clinical intern specializing in Sex Therapy.
Ellen is a sex positive and pleasure focused therapist. She holds the belief that being your true self is paramount to leading the most fulfilling life. She doesn't believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to your care; Ellen will constantly assess and adjust her work with you to meet you where you’re at. It is with these beliefs that Ellen will walk with you on your path to emotional and sexual well-being.
Ellen values her clients’ integrity and holds space and empathy for everyone that she sees. She is committed to providing her clients with honesty, compassion, and objectivity. Ellen will strive to provide a safe space for you to share without judgement.
"While these challenging times in your life seem dark, I will hold the lantern while we walk together towards the light at the end of the tunnel." ~ Ellen
Celeste (she/her) is a master's degree candidate with Capella University where she is a marriage and family therapy intern. She has been training under the emotionally-focused therapy modality because she feels that in order to heal we must go more deeply into ourselves.
Celeste aspires to provide a safe place for clients to be vulnerable and build stronger attachment bonds while knowing that she will hold and make space for them during those brave and vulnerable moments.
Celeste is friendly and non-judgmental towards all people including being affirmative towards LGBTQIA+ members, is faith-based friendly, and strives to be culturally sensitive and aware towards all. Let her know how best to respect you as she is open to learning from all.
Celeste's services will not be covered by insurance.
Credentials and Training
Bachelors of Science from Weber State University
Master's degree candidate from Capella University
Emotionally Focused Therapy externship training
American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) Student Member
Washington American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (WAMFT) Student Member
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors & Therapists (AASECT) Student Member
International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy (ICEEFT) Student Member
Bailey (she/her) is a Master's degree candidate with Antioch University Seattle. She will begin taking clients in January of 2022.
I believe my clients are the experts of their own lives at any age. For that reason, my approach to therapy is highly collaborative. My hope is to provide a judgement free space where you can explore yourself and your relationships without shame. I work to provide a space where clients feel safe, held, and seen when the outside world can be so harsh. We will thoughtfully pursue the changes that brought you to seek therapy, while remaining open to whatever else might come up during the process.
My theoretical approaches are rooted in Emotion Focused Therapy, Attachment Theory, Solutions Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Structural Family Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Bowenian methods.
If you don't know what any of that means, don't worry! I intentionally approach each of my clients with a theory that I believe suits their definition of the problem and world view. I am always open to feedback about our work together and will formally ask for your input at several points during treatment. On that same note, our work is done when you are satisfied.
More About Me: I identify as a White, cis-gendered, queer, millennial woman. I am also able-bodied, middle-class, and non-religious. The identities I hold shape how I see the world and inevitably, our work together. As part of our therapeutic work, we'll discuss our shared and differing identities and how those perspectives can help or hinder our work together. While I will broach the topic, I always allow the client to lead how much identity work is part of the therapeutic space. I provide care that is anti-racist, body-positive, and trans-identity affirming.
Kalvin (he/him) is the Administrative Assistant for Healing Moments Counseling and is in charge of social media, the website, supervision schedule, and paperwork.
He is an anti-racist, body-positive, pro-equality member of the LGBTQ+ community, and he has a love for animals, books, self-care, podcasts, and connecting with people. Kalvin is an empathetic, compassionate, kind-hearted person who has an obsession with coffee, blankets, and plants. If you get him started talking about mental health, he probably will never stop.
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