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Mary Lea Counselor in Washington
Mary Lea , MA, LMHCA


Shoreline, WA


Online only

Not Currently Accepting new clients

About me

I approach therapy with the belief that our minds and bodies are extremely intuitive and that at our core, we know how to heal.

Often my clients are empaths or highly sensitive people working through a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, ADHD, relationship issues, family dynamics, life transitions, trauma and PTSD, abuse, parenting, spirituality, grief and loss. I also have a special interest in working with adolescent or adult clients coping with the impact of early parent loss (before age 20).

I am a relational, psychodynamic therapist working with adult and adolescent individuals. My work is informed by attachment theory, Internal Family Systems (parts work), with a narrative approach. My training includes a deep understanding of trauma and complex PTSD, harm experienced in relationships and the ongoing impact which includes anxiety, depression, addiction, codependency, and somatic symptoms. I offer an attuned presence and a safe place for genuine connection. I pay attention to clients in their own context, understanding that individuals come to therapy from diverse backgrounds and that impacts the treatment.



Available to see clients in

  • Washington

Years in practice



  • English

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