Lauren Alfieri, BA

Lauren Alfieri, BA

Meet Lauren

My aim in therapy is centered around the idea that we are all unique individuals with our own fears, struggles, desires, and needs. I work collaboratively with people in a way that is relational and person-centered. I believe each person has needs that are particular to them and that require a therapeutic alliance that is specifically tailored to who they are and what they want. In working with people, I aim to discover what will best help each person get to a place in which they can explore and discover themselves, be more equipped to thrive in their relationships, and find hope and healing in their current situations. 

I am drawn to utilizing foundational concepts and tools such as relational psychotherapy, attachment theory, family systems, and narrative therapy. I am committed to bringing curiosity, compassion, and non-judgment to move together towards a more holistic place of health and wellbeing. I find myself often working with people in the areas of relationships, sexuality, spirituality, and self-discovery. We often find life can be extremely difficult and painful. We may feel stuck or ashamed but I believe there is much hope for finding and cultivating resiliency and change. 

I’ve moved around quite a bit, spending time in various nonprofit areas, teaching English and gymnastics, and continuing my education in the humanities through multiple communal programs. I am currently finishing my M.A. in Counseling and Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and have completed a B.A. in Christian Ministry from Regent University. I now find myself spending a lot of time in Washington investing in the outdoors and seeking out the intersections of nature, the arts, and therapy. 

You don’t have to do it alone.

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