Accepting New Clients (updated Nov 30)

Accepting New Clients

Koral Schademan, MA, LMHCA, ATR-P

Individual, Couples, and Teen Therapist

Clinical Mental Health Associate and Art Therapist Provisional

WA License #MC 61329438

Focus Areas

“I believe wholeness comes from that which integrates and balances mind, body, and spirit; the interconnectedness of all our parts. Looking through a trauma-informed lens and putting your unique needs and aspirations at the forefront of our work together, the goal is to cultivate a safe, supporting atmosphere that allows connection, empowerment and authenticity as you journey to health and clarity.

Everyone should have the opportunity for compassionate care regardless of ethnicity, history, gender, religion, race, sexual orientation, or diagnosis. I strive to create a welcoming, supportive atmosphere and a space free of judgment. Therapy can be scary, overwhelming, and even anxiety inducing, my goal is to make that leap as approachable as possible.”

Normal Working Hours

Day Hours
Monday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Tuesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Wednesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Thursday 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday Off
Sunday Off

Schedule a Consultation with Koral


Training & Certifications

Registered ATR-P Art Therapist

Antioch University Seattle Logo

Dual MA degree in Clinical Mental Health and Art Therapy

BFA Contemplative Psychology, Expressive Arts Therapy emphasis

The Gottman Institute logo

Level 1 & Level 2 Completed

Emotionally Focused Therapy


EMDR Trained

More About Koral

I enjoy working with adults and teens.

Depending on your unique needs and goals, each session will have a life of its own. We may combine several therapeutic paradigms into each session.

Psychotherapeutic practices. My foundational perspective is that of  Person-Centered, culturally inclusive, Strength-Based therapy, and regularly integrate aspects from other varying theoretical perspectives such as; Family of Origin, Attachment Theory, Solution Focused, Internal Family Systems, Narrative Therapy, and more.

Art therapy. When useful and comfortable for you, I may encourage expression through creative process. You may explore your thoughts, emotions and memories through this modality. It may be achieved non-verbally by use of written word, photographs, painting, drawing, sculpting, collage, or movement.

Mindfulness and somatic awareness practices. These may include  breathing exercises, guided imagery, mediation and movements designed to regulate anxiety or ptsd.

Eco-therapy techniques. Ecotherapy is engaging and reconnecting with the outdoors. This modality recognizes how deeply our inner and outer worlds are connected. In our overstimulated, highly connected world it is often difficult to find a moment of peace. Unplugging and connecting to nature can help reorient us to the here-and-now and offer grounding.

I believe therapy is a collaborative and synergistic endeavor. I encourage feedback and active participation from my clients. My goal is to create a space for you to find the best version of yourself.

Education and Training

Licensed LMHCA clinical mental health associate

Registered ATR-P Art Therapist- Provisionally Approved

Dual MA degree in Clinical Mental Health and Art Therapy,  Antioch University, Seattle, WA

BFA Contemplative Psychology, Expressive Arts Therapy emphasis, Naropa University, Boulder, CO

About me 

I am a Seattle native who loves exploring this beautiful state. I am passionate about community, family and friends. I enjoy reading, creating art, traveling, walking, and cuddling with my fluffy friends.