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Click here to contact our client care coordinator about working with Elizabeth!

Specialties Include:

    -Children, Adolescents, & Adults (age 5+)

    -LGBTQIA2+ & Non-Binary affirming

    -Perinatal Mental Health

    -Trauma & Complex Trauma

    -Anxiety and Depression

    -Life Transitions

    -Grief & loss

    -Religious Trauma

    -Attachment/Family of Origin

    -Neurodivergency (ADHD, Autism, etc)

    -HAES Informed

*Art Therapist

In Person in Auburn, West Seattle & Telehealth


Elizabeth does not accept commercial insurance, but IS able to take some Medicaid or Apple Health plans, such as Molina, CHPW and Coordinated Care. Elizabeth also sees clients on a sliding scale which will be agreed upon before meeting for a full session.

Elizabeth's fees:

  • 50-minute session for individuals: $40-$105

  • 50-minute session for families and relationships: $40-$105;

  • 80-minute session for families and relationships: $60-$150.

Elizabeth Blumhorst, Clinical Intern

Pronouns: she/her

Relationship strain, trauma, or mental health concerns can keep you from feeling like you are living your best life... I believe that therapy is a place where you can find hope for a life that is more aligned with your values, goals, and dreams. My goal is to walk alongside you in your journey towards greater well-being.

As your therapist, I take a collaborative approach, working with you to develop your therapy goals. The therapeutic relationship is an important factor in your experience of therapy, and I aim to create a place where you feel comfortable being yourself as we work together.

I am passionate about working with individuals and families to navigate life transitions, especially perinatal and postpartum transitions and helping people understand themselves through learning about their generational family patterns. When working with families, I love to help every family member connect with each other in a deeper, more authentic way.

My approach...

I work from a trauma-informed, systems-focused, anti-oppression, and socioculturally attuned framework. I find that an integrated approach allows me to work most effectively with each of my clients; some of the modalities I draw from include attachment based therapy, emotion-focused therapy (EFT), solution-focused therapy (SFT), brief structural therapy (BST), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and narrative therapy.

As a couple and family therapist, I welcome all members of the family into the therapy room, and I often encourage parents to join the therapy process when providing therapy for children or teens.

s an Art Therapist, I offer creative approaches to therapy that allow for additional modes of expression. Creative arts can help express things that you don’t have the words to say. You do not need to have previous art experience to try art therapy!

Professional training & memberships...

I am a Master’s level student in the Couple and Family Therapy program at Antioch University Seattle with a specialization in Art Therapy. I earned a BS in Psychology and a minor in Studio Art. I have experience working with adults and adolescents in community mental health through job coaching and case management. I have also worked with children and teens in summer camp settings.

I am a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and the Washington Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (WAMFT).

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