Clarity Counseling Seattle

Welcome to the Clarity Counseling Seattle Secure Client Area

 

New Clients:

The therapists in our practice - Dan, Lisa, Corey, Mary-lynn, Bill, Sara, and Justin - would love to work with you. We each go in and out of being full, and during this period our caseloads are full so we regrettably cannot accept any new clients at this time. We know that it can be frustrating to find a therapist with availability, and we look forward to when we have space in our schedules to open back up to working with others.
 

Group Therapy for Couples*Are you seeking help for low or no sexual desire, or low/no sexual frequency? While we don't currently have openings for individual or couples therapy, our group therapy for couples who are experiencing low or no sexual desire, low or no sexual frequency, or a troublesome discrepancy in sexual desire is running each quarter and currently has openings (we can take 6 couples per group) for our January 25th, 2022 group.

Group therapy for couples around sex? It's probably not what you imagine, and we have run these groups each quarter for 2 years now with couples who are absolutely glad they chose this approach to their sexual challenges over traditional couples therapy. These groups fill up each quarter so please email Justin Pere at Justin@ClarityCounselingSeattle.com if you'd like to claim a spot. You can also read a bit more here.
 

If you are seeking therapy for other reasons, there are two websites, PsychologyToday.com and GoodTherapy.org, that can be helpful places to find therapists in the area.

 

Current/Returning Clients:

If you are a current or returning client who is already working with one of our therapists, please click here to access our secure client portal where you will find our online calendar, within which you can request an appointment with your current therapist. 

 

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