Joshua Horvath, MA, LMHC, CMHS
Serves (11+) Individuals
Philosophy and Approach
I was drawn to the mental health profession for two reasons, my desire to help people, and my passion for psychology and understanding the human experience. My most effective work with clients comes from my ability to help someone gain new perspectives, and teaching coping skills for some of the most troubling inner experiences—such as our feelings of isolation, disconnectedness, abandonment, helplessness, and trauma. My therapeutic techniques are varied, and depending on the presenting challenge I will work from one or a combination of modalities, particularly: Existential, CBT, DBT, or a Mindfulness based approach. I believe in holding an unconditional positive regard, a not judging stance, towards all my clients, and I work towards being focused on solutions and my client’s strengths. Sometimes in life we cannot solve all our challenges alone, and I consider it an honor to share the therapy experience with another person—as they grow and create a life they want to live.
Experience and Education
I received my Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Northwest University in Kirkland in 2012. Much of my experience has been working with a diverse population dealing with issues of grief, PTSD, existential crisis and mood disorders. I am CBT+ certified counselor and have extra training in using DBT skills and motivational interviewing. I am a Child Mental Health Specialist and also have experience working as a Mental Health Evaluator at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
Location: Cabrini and Westlake Union
I am a preferred provider with Premera, Regence, First Choice, and Kaiser Permanente (KFHP). I am pending in-network status with United Behavioral Health and Aetna. I accept allowable out-of-network fees in the meantime. Please call for inquiries regarding additional insurance plans.
Forms of Payment Accepted
Visa, Mastercard, Check, Cash
Must cancel 24 hours before the appointment to avoid $100 fee.