We provide social, emotional and behavioral support to Seattle area families. We work with infants, children, teens, and parents.
Service Spotlight: Upcoming Groups
To play it out is the most natural self-healing process in childhood.
– Erik Erikson
We serve infants and toddlers, children, adolescents and parents of all identities and bodies.
Our approach is grounded in neurobiologically informed principles that help increase regulation and relational connection.
Play is the foundation for learning, relationships and emotional processing.
We affirm all races, abilities, cultures, neurotypes, in all bodies. Our therapists operate from an anti-racist, anti-oppressive lens.
Understanding the underlying needs behind a behavior, allows us to meet those needs in new ways.
Safe relationships – where one feels valued and understood – is the primary indicator of resilience in the face of adverse experiences.
Increasing internal strength will change behaviors from the inside out, which leads to longer term change.
Rosie Newman, MA, LMHC, RPT-S
Sarah Block, MS, LMFT, RPT
Judy Ko, MA, LMHC
Mara Mulcahy, MSW, LICSW
Michaela McCabe, MA, LMFTA
Eunyoung Choe, MA, LMHCA
Training Center Support Staff
We work with children, families and educators to support the social, emotional and behavioral needs of children in school and day care settings so they can be most successful. This includes school observations, support and guidance with IEP meetings.
We run psychoeducational groups for children and parents addressing a variety of ages, and needs. Check out our current offerings, or let us know you are interested in a past group so we know to run it again!