Mend Seattle provides quality, low-cost mental health counseling to individuals, couples and groups. We are a collective of healers with diverse educational backgrounds and identities committed to an anti-oppressive and liberatory approach to therapy. We emphasize serving the QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Community. Please see our "About Us" page to learn more about who we are.
*Due to covid-19, we are currently offering all appointments via telehealth until further notice.*
Cultivating spaces for growth.
We are concerned about all the things that work to hold you down. Hold you back. Keep you quiet. Keep you small. Distort you. Invisibilize you. Erase you.
TO THIS WE SAY:
You might feel broken, but you are not broken. You might have problems, but you are not a problem. The problem is the problem.
Trauma. Shame. Fear. Scarcity. Perfection. Isolation. Individualism. Comparison. Hierarchy. Superiority. Dominance. Violence.
Let’s address the problems.
Let’s do the work. TOGETHER.
So much can shift, expand, and grow when we take time to listen to ourselves, to give voice to our insides, and to know someone has our back. At MEND, we create space for you to unfold and to do the inner repair work, so you can show up in your life more meaningfully and powerfully yourself.
MEND provides individual weekly therapy at low-cost for people of all genders.
$40-60 per Session
Intimate relationships create some of the most meaningful moments of our lives. They can also create some of the most painful and confusing parts too. At MEND, we provide space to sort through stuck places in relationship, to repair what’s been broken, and to learn to stay connected even when things are hard.
$55-75 per Session
We are wired for connection, but many of us experience isolation and a deep yearning for connection. Process groups offer a unique opportunity to experience community and social support as you learn how to show up for yourself and others. Relating Within is a therapeutic process group for womxn - cisgender women, trans women, gender nonbinary, and gender nonconforming individuals. The group is co-facilitated by Katie Ament and Sophia Mehl, recent graduates of MEND's internship program. It runs on Wednesday nights from 6-7:30pm on First Hill in Seattle. Please join us to engage in self-discovery, learning, and transformation! Email sophia@elmcounselingseattle.
Sometimes what we need is to add some tools to our toolkit. Workshops at MEND Seattle allow us to get outside the walls of our therapy office and learn together through information sharing and skill building.
Workshops are in the works to support our clients' growth and development.