Patti Nequette, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Master’s in Systems Counseling
Leadership Institute of Seattle (LIOS) formerly affiliated with Bastyr University
Cash, Check, Credit Cards
First Choice, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Options, Receipts provided for out of network reimbursement
Monday, Tuesdays 11:00-8:00
“I believe healing is a process of coming home to one’s authentic self, to the loving presence that is the ground of our being. But we often get stuck in our fear-based habits and judgmental thoughts. My psychotherapy practice helps people close the gap between where they are now and where they want to be. I believe we inherently have within us the wisdom and strength to move toward our fullest potential. I use a blend of systemic, humanistic, mindfulness, and Lifespan Integration modalities to help clients uncover and connect to this inner strength and wisdom. I offer supportive, gentle and compassionate guidance for people who are met with challenging life issues such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, grief and loss, career and life transitions, chronic pain/health problems, and trauma (past and present).”
Patti earned her Master’s degree in Systems Counseling through the Leadership Institute of Seattle (LIOS) formerly affiliated with Bastyr University. She completed her clinical internship at Valley Counseling, a private practice in Renton. Patti worked for four years as a therapist/case manager in community mental health, treating the chronically mentally ill, where she gained experience working with individuals, families, and couples with a wide range of issues as well as conducting groups.
Patti has studied and practiced various forms of yoga and meditation, for the past twenty years, including Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). She emphasizes a mind-body approach and has found it to be a powerful window into accessing where shifts need to occur to promote lasting change. In addition, she has a diverse professional background as a fine artist, small business owner, and educator.
Pronounced \uh-HIM-sah\, ahimsa is a sanskrit word for non-violence, also known as ‘ultimate kindness’.