Terrie Eshom, MA., LMHC 206-419-2989 terrie@mywestseattletherapist.com
Terrie Eshom, MA., LMHC   206-419-2989terrie@mywestseattletherapist.com

 Welcome!   

I hope this website provides you with additional information you might need before beginning counseling.  I work with adults and teens over 13 and have been told I bring a warm, compassionate presence to my work with clients.    My primary areas of focus are traumatic grief & loss, treating PTSD, trauma, healing, anxiety and depression, life transitions and career coaching.    My approach stems from numerous theories including client centered, psychodynamic and humanistic theories as well as EMDR and restorative retelling methods.

 

I completed a Master’s Degree Mental Health Counseling in 2004 at Seattle University in Seattle, Washington.   I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with the States of Washington and Oregon and a certified EMDR practioner by the EMDR International Association, EMDRIA.  In addition, I have a background in human resources with a focus on  development, interviewing, hiring, and career counseling.   I also provide tele-mental health counseling to clients within Washington or Oregon states.

 

Current client openings are typically late morning to early afternoon appointments only.

 
Grief and Loss Counseling

Counseling for traumatic loss, grief, depression and anxiety.   Loss can be overwelming without support through the grieving process, particularly when few can understand the unanticipated trauma of homicide, suicide, accidents as well as other unanticipated losses of those we love.

Life Transitions

Helping individuals or families through changes, additions, breakups or divorce.   Relationship changes or starting new can be difficult to do without support.

 

 

Counseling for Teens

Counseling for teens (ages 13 and older)

in transition.   Whether experiencing family stress, academic challenges, or discovering family health issues, help from a caring therapist can help your teen navigate and cope with current distress, gain more confidence, often resulting in greater family harmony.

 

verified by Psychology Today

 

 

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