Therapists

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Bryce Shoemaker, MA, LMHC, NCC

I have counseled individuals from various ethnic, racial and socio-economic backgrounds. I have supported clients with a wide variety of developmental and emotional concerns including relationship issues, grief and loss, anxiety disorders, LGBTQ sexual identity and orientation, self-esteem, alcohol and drug-related issues, PTSD, depression, family concerns, and crisis intervention. I have an eclectic approach to therapy, utilizing various modalities of therapy including psychodynamic, CBT and solution-focused/skill building therapies

Dana Kahn, MSW, LICSW

I offer an eclectic approach to mental health services—grounded in evidence-based practices such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy—with an emphasis on connecting with my clients through attentive listening, non-judgmental guidance, and compassionate challenging of fixed patterns and behaviors. I am adept at working with culturally diverse individuals, and treating their specific experiences with anxiety and depression, behavioral problems, conflicts within support systems, grief and loss, chemical dependency, and issues unique to the LGBTQI community.

Issy Kleiman, MA, LMFT

My approach to therapy is warm, non-judgmental, collaborative, and conversational. The theoretical orientations that I generally work from include: family systems, structural and symbolic experiential. I often incorporate additional concepts and approaches to best meet the needs of my clients. As a licensed marriage and family therapist in the State of Washington, I work with couples and families as they try to navigate the communication struggles and stalemates that may present in their relationships. In addition, I have extensive experience working with children, teens, and adults who present with a wide range of emotional and behavioral concerns.