JD Huntsman, MA, LMHCA
I have a Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Antioch Seattle. My two main theoretical approaches are psychodynamic and brief counseling, and I have extensive training in CBT and enjoy working in an existential model. I have experience in helping people in crisis, and enjoy working with the LGBTQ+ community and teens/young adults. I charge $120 for 50-minute individual session. I accept First Choice, LifeWise, and Premera.
Erika Dorsey, MA, LMHC
I graduated from Antioch University Seattle. I have additional training in basic and advanced Somatic Transformation, a relational and body-centered approach to working with trauma.
I work one on one with clients, to establish a therapeutic relationship of trust and cooperation in order to help clients reach personal goals, overcome obstacles, experience healing and fully realize their greatest potential. I use an adaptable framework that draws on a number of therapeutic approaches including but not limited to humanistic, strength-centered, gestalt, attachment somatic and existential.
I work with adolescents and adults and couples. I have experience creating and facilitating wellness and DBT skills groups. I have an office in Pioneer Square and on Bainbridge Island. I accept private pay clients as well as Kaiser, Premera and First Choice insurances. I offer a sliding fee scale to those in need.
I can be reached at 586-350-8339, email@example.com and am featured on Psychologytoday.com as well as Bainbridgepsychotherapy.org, Erika Dorsey, MA, LMHC
Karen Acheson, MSW, LICSW
I have a MSW from Smith College School of Social work and my therapeutic approach is empathic, collaborative, and psychodynamic. I value relationships, and believe that a feeling of connection in all relationships is crucial to overall well-being. I work with adult individuals and charge $140 for a 50 minute individual session. I accept First Choice, Kaiser HMO/PPO, Lifewise and Premera.
Elizabeth Sikes,PhD, LMHCA
I’m Elizabeth Sikes, PhD, LMHC, and my practice is called Interconnected Counseling.
I specialize in working with adults through grief and loss, major life transitions, mood disorders (depression, anxiety, and bipolar illness), and ADHD.
My background as a PhD is in existential philosophy. This overlaps with my counseling orientation rooted in existential/phenomenological psychology, which is wholistic, relational, and psychodynamic. As a long time practitioner of Zen meditation, I also offer psychotherapy from a mindfulness, self-compassion-oriented, Buddhist perspective. Other approaches informing my work are feminist and environmental. I am a faculty member of the New School for Analytical Psychology in Seattle https://nsanpsy.com/faculty/.
Currently I work Sunday-Thursday. On Sundays and Mondays I am at my Smith tower office in downtown Seattle. Tuesday through Thursday I see patients at my office in Madison Valley, near the Arboretum.
You can contact me at 206-619-4458 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.