Providing counseling services to people of all ages and incomes in the community.
By meeting individually, as a couple, with your children or family, or as part of a group, our counselors can help with:
- Understanding yourself and how you relate to the world
- Overcoming problems like depression or anxiety
- Improving your interpersonal skills at home and on the job
- Enriching your relationship with your partner or family
- Going through a divorce, chronic or acute illness, bereavement, or trauma
- Finding answers for your child’s difficulties at home or in school including:
- Testing, assessment, and school recommendations for learning issues
- Group and individual training in friendship skills and dealing with peer bullying
- The challenges of Attention Deficit and Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
Trained in a variety of clinical psychology and counseling techniques, our student therapists consult with you to identify the best approach for your situation. In partnership with seasoned, licensed psychologists and counselors, the Clinic provides supervised learning opportunities for graduate students, with special attention to understanding multicultural differences.
Counseling Clinic sessions are recorded for educational and training purposes and are kept confidential in compliance with Federal and state privacy regulations.
Antioch Clinic to Provide Statewide Free Telebehavioral Health Services to Covid-19 Frontline Workers
The Antioch University Seattle Community Counseling and Psychology Clinic, effective immediately, will provide no-fee counseling and therapy services to Covid-19 frontline workers. Antioch Clinic services are available by telebehavioral health throughout Washington State. The Clinic is a graduate student training facility of counselors, therapists, and psychologists in training. These trainees provide all services and are supervised by licensed professional faculty at Antioch University. The Clinic offers individual, couple, family, and creative arts therapy.
“Frontline” workers, for the purpose of this program, are the subgroup of essential workers that have been called on to meet our basic needs during the pandemic who cannot work remotely and thus typically work in person with the public. Frontline workers can include, but are not limited to, healthcare workers, protective service workers (police and EMTs), cashiers in grocery and general merchandise stores, production workers, food processing and service workers, janitors and maintenance workers, agricultural workers, and truck and delivery drivers.
For others desiring affordable counseling services, the Antioch Clinic is also now offering a special, low fee, sliding scale (beginning at $0), based on household income to help all those affected by the pandemic or otherwise struggling economically.
Those wishing to schedule an appointment are invited to call the Clinic at 206-268-4840 or email [email protected].