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Koral Schademan, MA, LMHC, ATR-P

Individual, Couples, and Teen Therapist

Clinical Mental Health Therapist and Art Therapist Provisional

WA License #LH61482876

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

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

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Level 1 & Level 2 Completed

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Emotionally Focused Therapy


EMDR Trained

More About Koral

I find great fulfillment in collaborating with adults and teenagers, tapping into a diverse range of tools and strategies to craft a treatment plan uniquely tailored to meet your specific needs. My approach is centered on understanding and respecting the individuality of each client, ensuring that the journey towards healing and growth is both personalized and effective.

My educational journey began at Naropa University in Boulder, CO, where I pursued an undergraduate degree in Contemplative Psychology and Expressive Art Therapy. This experience laid the foundational stones of mindfulness and meditation in my practice, enabling me to weave together Eastern and Western therapeutic approaches. The unique curriculum at Naropa University allowed me to explore the depths of human consciousness and the healing power of art, equipping me with tools to foster a deep, introspective journey for my clients.

Further advancing my expertise, I earned my MA in Art Therapy and Clinical Mental Health from Antioch University in Seattle. This phase of my education ingrained in me a robust multicultural framework and a commitment to social justice, guiding my therapeutic practice. Antioch’s emphasis on a trauma-informed approach has been pivotal, shaping my methods to incorporate a variety of strategies and techniques, including Art Therapy. These practices enable me to assist my clients in navigating through their challenges—be it unresolved emotional events, problematic patterns, or dilemmas—ultimately guiding them towards leading more fulfilling lives. My time at Antioch has been instrumental in shaping my holistic view of mental health, emphasizing the importance of understanding and addressing the multifaceted nature of human experiences.

Beyond my professional life, I am a Seattle local 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.