Therapists & Social Workers

Cristien Storm - Central District

Phone: 206-769-3160


About: "One area of my expertise is working with survivors of abuse and trauma.  I work with a variety of post-trauma survivors including people who are healing from domestic violence, sexual abuse, incest, and hate crimes. I also specialize in working with addiction, which I view not as a disease, but a learned coping skill that is often a means to manage and/or numb emotional pain."

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Norma Timbang (Co-Founder of the Well on Beacon)
​About: "Norma Timbang is a social worker in generalist practice. Norma partners primarily with people of color and Queer/LGBT people on their individual healing through psychotherapy and exploration of the intersections between the body, mind, heart, and historical trauma. Norma also works with people to examine impacts of racial and gender inequities as well as ways to navigate through these impacts. Norma is currently a lecturer at the University of Washington and Seattle University, is a social justice and organizational healing consultant, facilitates collective exploration of racial equity and intersectional identities, and provides conflict mediation from a frame of equitable dialogue." 

​Bobby Gaon
​About: "AG Therapy is community resource provided by Bobby Gaon, a Mental Health Professional [MHP], certified Child Mental Health Specialist [CMHS], recognized in the State of Washington as a treatment provider for survivors of rape and sexual assault, and certified for Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment [SBIRT]. With over 15 years of professional experience working with children, youth and families in the greater Seattle Area, AG Therapy is committed to utilizing different therapeutic techniques when working with individuals, couples and families – depending on each individual – and will explore all of the systems in the individual’s life that has both positively and negatively impacted their life."
Phone: 206-539-1848

Karla Garcia
About: ​"I hold a license as an independent clinical social worker in the state of Washington. I graduated from Seattle University in 2003 with a Bachelor's of Arts in Social Work, along with a certificate in Diversity, Citizenship, and Social Justice. In 2013 I graduated from the University of Washington with a Master's in Social Work, with a focus on mental health. I have been trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. I am a bilingual therapist, fluent in both Spanish and English and am able to offer services in either language. I am a firm believer that every individual deserves to be treated with respect and dignity. As such, my approach to mental health treatment is culturally conscious, anti-oppressive, non-judgmental and with a core understanding of social justice."
Phone: 425-243-3230


Nicole Donahue

Phone: 206-486-2655



Address: 600 1st Ave Seattle, Wa 98104

Jessa Zimmerman 

Phone: 1-206-919-9488

Services: couples counselor & sex therapy

Jacks McNamara (Remote - Skype)


Seattle Feminist Therapy - Maria Turner-Carney, LICSW


About: "Feminist Therapy for All Genders uses a feminist and anti-oppression framework to help people address and heal from trauma and oppression we face in our everyday lives. I offer a mindfulness-based approach to provide you with holistic therapy that encourages mind, body, and emotional awareness."

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Northwest Trauma Counseling


About: "We specialize in trauma related to adoption and foster care. This can look like working with foster children in an adoptive home, adopted children, adult adoptees, child and adult survivors of trauma, sensory integration therapy, trauma-informed general counseling, life coaching and trauma-informed marriage therapy. The PATCH Program is a trauma informed model therapy approach that focuses on addressing trauma related issues, so that children are able to experience feeling safe and loved." Support groups for Adult Adoptees, Birth Moms and Intermittent groups for Parents and Children

Have A Heart Wellness



Liminal Life Services

Nurturing support throughout the threshold of life transitions

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