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Natasha Dunlap, LMHCA

WA License #MC61522710

Focus Areas

  1. Anxiety
  2. Depression
  3. Grief
  4. Adjustment Disorder
  5. Trauma & Complex Trauma
  6. Neurodivergence
  7. Group Counseling
  8. Couples Counseling
  9. Gottman Method

I am committed to collaborating with clients and setting attainable goals that support who they are now and who they aspire to become. My therapeutic approach is to draw upon evidence-based practices and be a resource to help clients best apply these to their life. I strive to reduce barriers to therapy whenever possible, and to help clients transfer new insights and skills to daily life to continue progress once therapy has ended.

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

B.A. - Political Science

M.A. - Mental Health Counseling

More About Natasha

Together we will develop a holistic understanding of you as an individual, while accounting for the cumulative impacts of your upbringing, culture, experiences, and observations on your beliefs and behaviors.

Taking a growth mindset I believe that there is space to learn and develop new approaches to coping with life’s many stressors. A person-centered approach sets the stage for a strong therapeutic relationship, a necessary condition for the trust and hope it takes to step into the challenge of trying new ways of thinking and behaving.

I am trained in evidence-based therapeutic modalities such as Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), The Gottman Method Level 2 of Couples Counseling, and trauma-informed approaches. I am comfortable taking an eclectic approach and using methods that best fit a client’s needs and preferences.

Born and raised just south of Seattle, I attended the University of Washington and studied people at a societal level through coursework in political science and international studies. Through early professional experiences I discovered the joy of helping people problem-solve at the community and individual level, and went on to complete my graduate studies in mental health counseling at Boston College.

For the past few years I have worked in various mental health settings and developed experience with many populations and counseling modalities.

Outside of my time with clients, I can usually be found at the ballet or baseball game, testing out new recipes, sending handwritten notes to friends, or travelling the world to experience some of the most prodigious mountain peaks.