We live in a complex web of relationships, and having a better understanding of yourself in relation to others can be the key to living your most authentic life. Therapy is a tool to better understand the barriers that keep us from experiencing joy, finding peace, and building meaningful relationships. Issues at work, grief, relationship challenges, and feelings of sadness and despair can be overwhelming. Finding the hidden emotional truth is the first step to identifying and addressing the real reasons we struggle. A therapist is a supportive partner who helps you navigate and understand the turbulent waters of human existence.
Depth-oriented therapy gives people the ability to identify and understand the problem at hand. There are often patterns that are repeated unconsciously, and my approach to therapy is to be honest about the misunderstood but authentic emotions and motivations that shape our behavior. A better understanding of your true self lays the foundation for a life with meaning.
My clients often ask me "How did you know?". My education, post-graduate training, and experience (both personal and professional) have taught me how to recognize the patterns and hidden truths that are core to our personalities and emotional well-being. I am passionate about helping others learn how to grieve; our society doesn't allow us the space to grieve all the things we lose, whether it be loved ones, relationships, opportunities or dreams. The only way to move beyond loss and sadness is to truly and deeply grieve, find the meaning in our lives, and move forward with hope.
- Relationship issues
- Family conflicts
- Intimacy-related issues
- Career difficulties
Coping with life changes , Blended Family Issues , Divorce and Separation , Emptiness , Expats , Hospice and End of Life Counseling , Midlife Crisis , Workplace Issues Read more...
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Existential Therapy, Psychodynamic Therapy
WA LMHC LH60920698
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Heather is great and I love her approach to therapy. Instead of dwelling a lot on the past, she helps me see what is important in the here and now.
Heather is professional, courteous and knowledgeable in assisting me work through situations in my life.
It is a delight to work with Heather. Her expertise, compassion, and affirming guidance are enormously helpful to me. I highly recommend her.
She is amazing!
Heather has been a terrific sounding board, helping me to accept myself and circumstances for what they are, make meaningful commitments, and work toward change and healing. She has been very supportive and encouraging, while helping me keep on track.
Heather has been very helpful, engaged in my concerns and supportive of my current challenges and resolution. I really appreciate her counsel.
Ms. Stone is an excellent therapist. She truly listens and wants the best for her clients. She has been like a cheerleader, helping me to develop confidence in navigating some complex social situations.
Great therapist so far. Caring and compassionate!
Heather was able to pinpoint issues that I knew were there in record time. I appreciate her attentiveness and direct attitude but also being kind and respectful.