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

Specialities include:

    -Children, Adolescents and Adults (3+)


    -Trans and Non-Binary Affirming

    -Relationship Issues

    -Self-Compassion & Mindfulness

    -Neurodiverse Clients

    -Sex & Body Positive

    -HAES Informed

*Couples Therapist using Gottman Method


In-Person West Seattle & Telehealth

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

Margo'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.

Margo d'Hondt-Taylor Clinical Intern

Pronouns: she/her

I believe that every person has the capacity to connect deeply and authentically with themselves, their loved ones, their community, and the world around them. Through self-compassion and exploration of the unique strengths and skills we already possess, we can engage more fully with those around us and live congruently as our best selves.

I am a strong believer in the power of a non-judgmental and collaborative therapeutic alliance. You are the expert in your life and are doing the best you can with the tools and resources you have access to at this moment. Through therapy that centers your personal strengths and experiences, we will work together to form goals, uncover new possibilities, and discover new ways of living that reflect who you are.

My approach...

A strong therapeutic bond is essential in therapy, and I encourage you to bring your whole self into the therapy space. Humor, messiness, silliness, creativity, grief, anger, joy, and everything in between (and beyond) can be celebrated and aid in the therapeutic process.

Therapy can help families, couples, and individuals across the lifespan better access the tools they need to grow and connect. Each person comes equipped with unique knowledge and skills. To celebrate this, I use an integrated approach to working with clients so I can use the modalities best suited for your goals and interests.

I utilize a systems-focused, anti-oppression, and socioculturally attuned framework. Some of the modalities I draw from include narrative therapy, self-compassion and mindfulness-based therapy, attachment-based family therapy (ABFT), solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT), emotion-focused therapy (EFT), Gottman Method couples therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).

As a couple and family therapist, I am happy to have all members of the relationship in the therapy space, and I usually encourage parents and caregivers to be involved in the therapy process with children and teens.

Professional training & memberships...

I am currently completing my coursework for a Master’s of Arts in Couples and Family Therapy at Antioch University Seattle. I received a Bachelor’s degree from Washington State University in Kinesiology with a minor in Psychology and, while there, published research exploring yoga, mindfulness, and body image through a feminist framework. I have also completed my Gottman Method Level 2 training.

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

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