Dedicated to your health and wellness.
We strive to listen and learn about the challenges each client is experiencing in order to provide effective treatment.
Catharine Asay, MA, MS, LMHC, NCC
*Currently not accepting new clients*
“l believe that every person has the potential for positive growth. Deciding to enter into therapy is a step toward wellness and healthy self-care. My approach to therapy is holistic, collaborative, and outcome-oriented. You are not alone in your journey; it is a privilege to walk with you as you address the issues that are impacting your life. I strive to create a therapeutic environment where everyone feels welcomed, safe, and free to express the depths of their feelings in a non-judgmental setting. Compassion, connection, and attentive listening are cornerstones of my practice. At the conclusion of your therapy, my goal is that you will have renewed hope, personal growth, resolution of the issue(s) that brought you into counseling initially, and that you will have new skills and tools that are helpful to you.”
Catharine’s experience and areas of specialty encompass working with adults and children suffering from anxiety and anxiety-related disorders, including Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). She works with parents and their children who are encountering school-related difficulties, including 504 Accommodation Plans, and parenting issues. In addition, Catharine has significant experience in providing therapy to individuals who have suffered trauma, including domestic violence. Catharine also supports adults of all ages who are experiencing life transitions. Catharine is enthusiastic about providing psychoeducation, support, and therapy for families of mentally ill individuals.
Catharine is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) in the State of Washington, a nationally board-certified counselor (NCC), a Mental Health Professional (MHP), and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP). Her therapeutic approach includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure with Response/Ritual Prevention (ER/P) for OCD, Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Mindfulness.