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Our Clinicians provide a variety of counseling services, including marital and family counseling, healing from infidelity, depression, singles' issues, adolescents, conflict resolution, women's issues and co-dependency; recovery issues, male infidelity, spiritual issues, sexual compulsivity, parenting blended families, depression and abuse and family of origin issues.

Alicia Steckler, M.Ed, LMHC

Alicia Steckler, M.Ed, LMHC

Alicia Steckler, M.Ed, LMHC is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington State. She is designated as a Mental Health Professional, Child Mental Health Specialist, and is a National Certified Counselor. Her professional membership includes Chi Sigma Iota and National Board for Certified Counselors, with a certification in providing Trauma-Focused, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. She graduated from University of Washington with a Bachelorís Degree in Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, with a Psychology focus. She then obtained her Masterís Degree in Community Counseling, from Seattle University.

In addition to being in private practice, she works in Child & Family Services at Good Samaritan Behavioral Health, a reputable mental health agency. Alicia has worked in mental health settings since 2007 including outpatient community clinics and an inpatient childrenís psychiatric hospital, providing intensive treatment for youth and families in crisis. She's experienced in counseling children and adults, providing play therapy, individual, family and group therapy. This has included working extensively with parents on positive parenting strategies in order to strengthen their parent-child relationship and find solutions to problem behavior.

It's helpful to use a strength-based, client-centered approach, as well as structural family therapy when involving the family system. Additional theories used are reality and cognitive-behavioral therapy, depending on the presenting problem and client need. Individuals are not defined by their past, but who they are in the moment; however there are times when prior experiences impact current relationships. Therapy can help individuals accept responsibility, gain self- awareness, and make choices that will lead to inner peace.

Having worked with families in crisis has made her a strong clinician who is well-prepared. She enjoys being challenged, and empowering people to fight for healthier, happier lives. Also, providing trauma focused treatment has been rewarding because she's witnessed how it allows people to move through pain.

For more information you can email Alicia at Alicia.steckler@gmail.com, go to her website at www.aliciastecklercounseling.com or call her at the office at 253-858-2224 ext 226. For more detailed information including fees, please respond by going to our ''Contact Us'' page and entering your request.

 


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