Bonnie Irey Therapist Seattle WA

Bonnie Irey

Couples & Individual Therapist

Focus Areas

“I believe therapy is an essential tool for healing, growth, and development. I offer a collaborative and supportive therapeutic space for discovering your potentiality and encouraging meaningful actions towards self-directed goals. Through utilizing self-inquiry, enhancing your awareness of your experiences, and identifying and highlighting your strengths, you can work towards fulfilling your aspirations and live life more intentionally and authentically.”

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Bonnie was recently interviewed on Should my middle schooler be on social media? A mental health counselor weighs inpublished by King5 on November 5th 2021.

Schedule

Day Hours
Monday Off
Tuesday 11:00am – 8:00pm
Wednesday 11:00am – 8:00pm
Thursday 11:00am – 8:00pm
Friday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday Off

Training & Certifications

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M.A. Existential - Phenomenological Psychology

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Gottman Level 1 & 2 Training

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Trauma-Focused CBT

Ryther, 06/19

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MI

Ryther, 08/19

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ACT

Pesi, 05/21

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Transgender & Gender Non-Binary

Clinical Issues and Treatment Strategies
Pesi, 09/21

More About Bonnie

My therapeutic approach involves collaboratively cultivating open and non-judgemental communication with empathetic understanding and empowering active self-work through critical thinking and self-exploration. Through the therapy process, we will focus on rediscovering your strengths, individually or in a coupled partnership, and work towards increasing genuine, attentive, and complementary dialogues within your interpersonal relationships and with yourself. By clarifying and enacting self-compassion, healthy reciprocal boundaries, and discovering effective coping strategies, you can gain more insight and confidence to enact the choices that construct your lived-world.

I received my Master’s degree in Existential-Phenomenological Psychology at Seattle University in 2020 and currently hold a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate title working towards full licensure. I hold six years of experience working within various settings of community mental health with children, adolescents, and adults, providing individual, group, and family therapy. I am trained in the evidence-based practices of DBT, CBT, ACT, and MI, and incorporate mixed-modalities of existential, humanistic, strengths-based, and solution-focused therapy.