Folktown Counseling, LMHC

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  • Licensed Therapists
  • Ballard, Freemont, West Seattle, Seattle, Washington, 98107
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      1900 Dock Place, Suite #3
      Seattle, 98107
  • Phone: 206-274-5889
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  • Session Fees: Our standard rate is $75-140 per session. We have a sliding scale for a limited number of clients who meet financial criteria.

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FOLKTOWN COUNSELING we are currently providing tele-health (online) or in-person sessions (when appropriate) during the Covid-19 crisis. We are a private practice located in the Ballard neighborhoods of Seattle helping individuals and couples lead more meaningful lives. As licensed mental health counselors we offer relational psychotherapy to assist clients in their personal growth and to explore with them their problem(s).


I am a licensed mental health counselor and clinical supervisor in the State of Washington. I have been in private practice since 2005 and work primarily with adults, either as individuals or as couples. I hold a masters in Counseling Psychology from the Seattle School of Theology and Psychology. My training is based in relational psychotherapy. Additionally I am informed by a psychoanalytic perspective and a member of the NW Center for Psychoanalytic Study. My goal in counseling is to help my clients grow as people. From within that perspective I address many common issues such as depression, anxiety, relationships, addiction, food behaviors and mental health disorders. I hold a Masters in Counseling Psychology and a bachelor's in Communication.

  EMILY DAVINROY, MA, LMHCA * Adult & Child Therapy
I am a psychotherapist in the Ballard area working with children, adolescents, and adults.  I work with clients around relationships, anxiety, depression, trauma (past and present), self-esteem, and other psychological concerns. My approach to therapy is relational and psychodynamic, which means that I am interested in the ways that our relationships have shaped both how we interact with others as well as how we have come to understand ourselves. I believe that therapy is a unique relational process and an intentional space where we can begin to explore some of these patterns together so that you can move towards a more integrated sense of self, and more confidence and fulfillment in your relationships.
  KELSEY LAW, LMHC Adults & Adolescents in Ballard
I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate providing adult and adolescent counseling in Ballard. I treat clients struggling with relationships, emotional disturbance, depression and/or anxiety, trauma (past or present), family of origin concerns, and difficult life transitions. My approach is relational and psychodynamic; this means I believe our unconscious mind and history of relational experiences shape the way we live and interact day to day. I hold a Master’s in Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology and a Bachelors in Psychology from Azusa Pacific University.
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ALLISON LUXTON, LMHCA Adults & Adolescents in Ballard
I am a Mental Health Counselor Associate working with adults and adolescents in Ballard. My goal as a therapist is to support clients with what they experience in life, as well as make key connections to the past and present to bring healthy change. Believing the therapeutic journey supports individual growth, I address common issues such as depression, sexual abuse, addiction, mental health, and relationships. I follow a relational psychodynamic approach with a focus on attachment, narrative, and family systems. I hold a Master’s in Counseling Psychology from The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, BA in Human Services, and AA in Early Childhood Education.
PHILIP FARISH, LMHC Adults in Ballard
I am a Licensed Psychotherapist (LMHCA) in the Ballard area, and work primarily with adults, both individually and in couples counseling. My approach to therapy is grounded in the relational and psychodynamic traditions. I see therapy as a process that allows us to move closer to a more whole version of ourselves, and into more fulfilling relationships. Through this lens I approach work with clients around relationships, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, and other concerns. I hold a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Northwest University, and a Master of Arts (Hons.) in Psychology from the University of Dundee (Scotland). I am a member of the North West Center for Psychoanalytic Study and the American Counseling Association.






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