16770 NE 79th St, Suite 203 | Redmond, WA 98052
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WA Lic. No. 2995
CA Lic. No. 15095
Which Approach to the Therapy is Best?
No one approach is right in all circumstances. I have significant experience with individual, couple and family therapy. Each offers different learning experiences and address different concerns. Sometimes if the client desires, and the situation warrants, I will suggest a combination of modalities. Other times, we will work with one configuration of the family in therapy and another mental health professional will participate with another configuration. Generally the person seeking therapy and the situation itself dictates whether individual, couple or family therapy is the appropriate response to the problem.
Individual therapy provides an opportunity to deal with personal issues in a focused way. In working with individuals, I help you to discover what is hindering your development and how you can promote a deeper sense of connection with yourself and with others which then fosters your own well-being and the well-being of those closest to you. I have significant experience in a wide variety of schools of therapeutic thought and employ a very eclectic style based on the issues involved.
Couple and Family Therapy.
In working with couples and families, I provide a safe place to explore yourself and your relationships. We will work with your unique strengths and weaknesses to deepen intimacy and connection as well as foster individual and family growth. I believe connection and intimacy are the foundation of successful relationships and families. It is these intimate connections which then allow and encourage individuation for each individual. I help couples and families create this delicate balance between connection and individuation that allows them to find creative solutions to the specific problems that they face in their daily lives and interactions with each other.
Dr. Marcia Wesley, Psy. D. 425.882.0127