I'm glad you're here. Finding a therapist is never easy, and sometimes we need a little push to acknowledge when we need extra help. Through Advocate Counseling, my practice specializes in helping individuals deal with issues of sexuality, relationships, faith/religion, anxiety, depression and abuse.
Whatever you have struggled through, it's okay to want something different in your life. Whether you have experienced success or continue to grapple with internal conflict, we can find a better balance.
It is my belief - and my experience - that past and present relationships play a big role in the conflict and pain we experience. This includes family relationships. In our work together, we will look closely at those relationships.
As a therapist, I do more than sit and listen. We do this work together. Our exploration will not always be easy, but it will be important. Your life is important.
During our sessions, I will challenge you and ask questions that might be uncomfortable. Outside of our sessions, just pay attention to what comes up. Be curious, ask questions. Above all, be kind to yourself. I believe that by doing these things, we can find the change you are seeking.
Get in touch with me
534 Westlake Ave N, Suite 240
Seattle, WA 98109
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My clients come from all walks of life, and identify in a number of ways. Let's connect if you find yourself experiencing feelings or challenges in some of these areas:
About Dan Woodard, LMHC
A Few Personal Details
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Fees & Payment
To keep my rates affordable, I do not currently belong to any insurance panels or file insurance claims.
I recommend that you contact your insurance provider and ask if they offer reimbursement for mental health counseling from an Out-of-Network Provider. Get details on how many sessions and the percentage of reimbursement.
I will provide a receipt at the end of each month with all necessary information for you to file with your insurance for reimbursement.