Jodi Boone 🔴
Seattle, Washington
Student Intern
I believe that the therapy space is a sacred space where you are supported, listened to, and seen. Being human is so complex – it is full of joy and beauty, as well as pain and sorrow. We are not given a manual or instruction booklet on how to navigate the pain we experience. So often, this pain can also feel isolating. No matter if the pain was caused by something that happened to you in the past or is caused by something happening in the present moment, there are ways to move through pain – we don’t have to carry it. And most importantly, we don’t have to carry it alone.

Choosing to be in therapy is a significant decision, and it also signals your need and desire for self-care. The next step, choosing a therapist, is about meeting your needs. What is so important to the therapeutic space is having a relationship with your therapist that feels resonant. As a therapist, I am committed to building a relationship with you that is based on trust, deep understanding of you and your needs, and honoring you and your journey here. In our therapy space, you will always be met with warmth, compassion, and understanding. Through a therapeutic relationship, we will work together to explore and understand the life experiences that have brought you to this moment in time, and together we will navigate a way forward.

My therapeutic training is in Relationally Focused Psychodynamic Therapy, Narrative-Focused Trauma Therapy, and Hakomi Therapy, a somatic and mindfulness-based therapy. I work with people who are experiencing grief and loss, anxiety and depression, as well as survivors of childhood abuse, sexual abuse, and trauma.

More about me: I am a counseling psychology student at The Seattle School of Psychology and Theology. I have taught yoga for 21 years, and I am a certified Ayurvedic Practitioner with a private practice in the Greenlake neighborhood, as well as a licensed massage therapist. I am also a labor and birth doula, practicing since 2003. I hold a Masters Degree in Nonprofit Leadership from Seattle University. I chose to study counseling psychology because I know from my own experience that healing and hope are possible, even when they feel impossible.

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