Customized Solutions for Change

Heidi Seligman, Licensed Clinical Therapist

Thank you for visiting my website. This site is designed to give you an introduction to my practice and help you make an informed decision about treatment. Finding the right therapist is an important first step toward making changes, understanding yourself, and feeling better. Research evidence suggests that the match between therapist and client is an important part of any successful treatment. With that in mind, take a few moments to browse the website.

Do you struggle with problems that are difficult to change and seem to repeat endlessly? Issues of depression, anxiety, adjustment problems, and difficulties coping with life's challenges are more common than you might realize. I have substantial experience working with the following issues:

Anxiety and stress management

Depression

Self-esteem problems

Conflicted relationships

Major life transitions

Emotional eating/weight loss issues

Challenges facing professionals

Working with a compassionate and experienced therapist can bring relief and a greater understanding of the self. I specialize in treating people who feel stuck in conflicts that prevent them from experiencing happiness, satisfying relationships, and personal success.

I bring over twenty five years of experience and understanding of both the symptoms and treatment of most major mental health issues. I have experience working with people at different stages of the change process. Some have worked with a therapist in the past, while others have no experience in treatment.

The best way to see if I would be a good fit for you is to contact me and arrange a brief conversation. I offer a free initial phone consultation to discuss treatment options. During this consultation, we will discuss your concerns and I will provide my impressions of how therapy might address your needs. To schedule a phone consultation or appointment, contact me by phone or email:

(425)458-5859

[email protected]

And the day came, when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.

-Anais Nin

Heidi Seligman, M.A., L.M.H.C., Licensed Mental Health Counselor

545 Rainier Blvd. North, Issaquah, WA 98027

425-458-5859

[email protected]