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Counseling Partners with UW Medical

Posted on October 7, 2018

Listed as one of WA State’s Top 10 Psychologists, Therapists and Counselors, Envision Counseling is featured on page 33 of the UW Medicine Clinical Referral Directory. Our full ad is displayed on page 17 of the directory. UW Medicine includes Northwest Hospital & Medical Center, Harborview Medical Center, Valley Medical Center, University of Washington Medical […]

Congratulations to These Envision Team Members

Posted on September 6, 2018

CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENTS Rachel Stewart – Was recently notified that her Yoga Therapy curriculum for professional ballet dancers and their instructors, has been selected to undergo RCTs (Randomized Control Trials) to determine the therapeutic value and evidence-based nature of yoga interventions. CONGRATS!! Christine Barrows – Has accepted an adjunct position at Antioch University in the MA psychology program.

Three Common Misconceptions About Counseling (Part 3)

Posted on July 25, 2018

For the last part of this series, I wanted to tackle a misconception that I feel is more prevalent than any other. That is, what exactly is the difference between a psychologist, a psychiatrist, and a therapist? Often, these titles are used interchangeably in the common vernacular. Understanding who you are looking for when you […]

Three Common Misconceptions About Counseling (Part 2)

Posted on June 21, 2018

One of the most interesting aspects of working in mental health is telling people what it is I actually do. Inevitably, when this question comes about there are all sorts of preconceived notions. The most common reaction though, is a cartoonish imagery of someone sitting on a leather chaise, while their every thought is being penned into a notepad.

Three Common Misconceptions About Counseling (Part 1)

Posted on May 30, 2018

For over eleven years, I have studied and worked in the field of mental health. Throughout those years, the way I have viewed counseling has drastically changed. When I first got into the field, I had a very “medical model” based view on counseling.