206-363-9601 hope@nwfamilylife.org

Karen Kosik, MA, LMHC

To make an appointment call: 206-300-2624 or
email: Karen.Kosik@gmail.com

Website: www.KarenKosikCounseling.com

Therapy is not a ‘one size fits all’ approach.  Each client has different needs, beliefs, and goals; therefore, each client responds to a different approach in their healing process.  The therapeutic approach will be designed to meet the individual needs and desired outcome.

My training includes a variety of therapeutic approaches that include:  Client Centered, Gestalt therapy, Cognitive Behavioral, Motivational Interviewing, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocess) to name a few.  My goal is to provide a safe and respectful environment in which clients explore their thoughts and feelings.  Each approach is supportive in nature with the hope that each client may live a more authentic life.  One in which you feel the joy and peace that the Creator wants you to feel.

I earned my undergrad degree in Psychology at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington.  I received my Master’s degree through Antioch University Seattle.  I chose Antioch as the curriculum offered a broad choice of therapeutic approaches in therapy as well as the diversity with students and faculty.  My one year internship was with Pathways for Women through the YWCA.  At Pathways, I worked with women escaping domestic violence:  We served women and children at the shelter.

I have 11 years’ experience working in the Native American community. I have volunteered my services to “The Soldiers Project” which provides pro bono counseling to military and their families.

In my private practice I work with:  Women, Men, Couples, Teens, Adults, Veterans, and Elders.

Aetna, Cigna, ComPsych, First Choice, First Health, Group Health, Moda Health, Optum, Premera, Regence, Tricare, Triwest, Uniform, Value Options and Out of Network.

Trauma and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Partner Abuse
Coping Skills

Alcohol Abuse
Anger Management
Behavioral Issues
Bipolar Disorder
Domestic Violence (Partner abuse)
Emotional Disturbance
Grief and Loss
Relationship Issues
Self Esteem
Sexual Abuse
Substance Abuse
Suicidal Ideation
Teen Violence
Women’s Issues
Family Conflict

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