Chris Curia, BA

Chris Curia, BA

Meet Chris

Our work in therapy begins with a premise that I think you’re magic—every part of you, even the ones you’d like to keep tucked away. I hope to provide a space and a relationship where you feel safe and brave enough to bring all parts of yourself. If you want, when you’re ready, let’s explore and, in some cases, rediscover the sacred, profane, and mundane parts of your beautiful, ordinary life.

I will believe you at your word as we navigate through every turn of your life experiences. I’m here to hold a mirror to you and help you find your way back to yourself if and when you lose it. I want to work with you to help you see that you have everything you need to be all that you already are. I will follow your lead and help you get to the heart of why you’re here, what has shaped you, and who you want to become.

A bit more about me: I moved to the Pacific Northwest from the Midwest to study Counseling Psychology at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. My therapeutic interests include navigating life transitions and relationships, exploring gender/sexuality, working through family dynamics, and unpacking spiritual abuse and religious trauma. I have a decade of experience in working with teens and families outside a therapeutic context. Finally, my educational background consists of documentary filmmaking, which informs my therapeutic approach. I believe stories are some of the most powerful tools we have to make sense of what’s happening in our inner and outer worlds. So I’m grateful that you’re here and considering inviting me into yours.

You don’t have to do it alone.