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Ross Farr

Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (LMHCA)

(4253) 375-0370

1904 Third Avenue
423
Seattle, WA
98101

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1904 Third Avenue
423
Seattle, WA
Downtown Seattle
98101
(4253) 375-0370

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(4253) 375-0370

Ross Farr

Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (LMHCA)

When we struggle with depression, anxiety, hurt, or problematic habitual patterns, deep, sustained work can help.  Therapy can offer insight into previously unseen or misunderstood themes in our thoughts, behavior, and feelings.  For many of us, therapy is an opportunity to explore the parts of ourselves that are not recognized or validated in the areas of our lives that are driven by the demands of productivity and efficiency. I bring attunement, compassion, and insight to those parts of you that may be difficult to explore on our own.  Old wounds, including past trauma, can be carefully explored and tended to.  You may be drawn to process the emotional impact of something you experienced in the past.  This can be poignant work.

I became a therapist after practicing law for about 15 years. It is meaningful for me to help others who may work as busy professionals in high-pressure careers.  Also, as part of my training as a therapist, I had 12-month internship at Seattle Counseling Service, where I provided therapy to primarily LGBTQIA+ individuals.  This allowed me to bring my identity as a cis, gay man directly to bear on my work.  It is meaningful to me to work with depression, anxiety, and trauma experienced by people who also experience marginalization because of their race, gender, or sexual identity and the intersection of those identities, but my practice is not limited to lawyers or LGBTQIA+ clients.

Asking for help takes bravery.  Looking for a therapist is a big step and finding someone who is a good fit is important.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions, and we can explore what it might be like to work together.  

Call or email Ross Farr for your free phone consultation now - (4253) 375-0370.

Treatment approaches used:

Treatment orientation:

  • Eclectic Therapy
  • Relational Psychodynamic Therapy

Professional Memberships:

  • American Counseling Association
  • Society for Psychoanalysis and Psychodynamic Psychology

Client Focus:

Age Specialty:

  • Adults
  • Elderly (65+)

Religious Orientation:

  • Buddhist
  • Christian

Niche Specialty:

  • Depression

Education Supporting Specialty:

I have experience working with individuals with depression and anxiety, as well as a general sense of a loss of meaning.  

Also Addressed in My Practice:

  • Anxiety and Panic Disorders
  • Grief & Loss
  • LGBT
  • Mens Issues
  • Relationship Issues
  • Spirituality
  • Suicidal Ideation


My Qualifications:

Years in Practice: 1 Years
Highest Degree: M.A.
School: Bastyr University
Year Graduated: 2019
License No. and State: MC60968158 WA


Finances:

Sliding Scale: Yes
Initial Free Face to Face Consulation: No
Free Telephone Consulation: Yes
Accepted Payment Methods: Check, Visa, Mastercard

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Write to us at:
Counseling Washington
PO Box 6714
Bellevue, WA 98008-0714

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