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Looking for a Counselor? Things to Consider
Monday, July 29, 2015

Dr. Rath offers helpful hints for finding a good match.

How Counseling Works
Coming soon . . . ​
 

Dr. Rath will talk about what you need to know to get the most out of counseling.

I work with problems related to anxiety, depression, identity concerns, relationship difficulties, life transitions, and history of trauma. I have focused training in marriage and family therapy as well as testing and evaluation. This includes the assessment of ADHD and learning difficulties and the thorough documentation many institutions require for accommodations. Assessment services will be available in Fall 2015.

 

I am also passionate about issues related to multiculturalism and social justice and welcome individuals representing diversity in race, ethnicity, immigration status, military status, age, gender expression, socioeconomic status, ability, religious/ spiritual, and LGBTQ identities.

Graduate Student Support Group

Graduate and professional school is an experience that is distinctly different from undergraduate study. This group will offer students the opportunity address concerns such as stress, work/life balance, relationships, and thesis/dissertation writing. 

 

Lover's Shadows

Lover's Shadows

Skating

Skating

Man's Silhouette

Man's Silhouette

Meditation by the sea

Meditation by the sea

Clifftop Yoga

Clifftop Yoga

Wandering Traveler

Wandering Traveler

The Leap

The Leap

Hand Holding a Plant

Hand Holding a Plant

Dandelion

Dandelion

Man Looking Out to the Mountains

Man Looking Out to the Mountains

Sophia Rath, PhD

Licensed Psychologist

(206) 552-8491

sophiarathphd@gmail.com

Seattle Office

3245 Fairview Ave E, Suite 210

Seattle WA 98102

Pullman Office (testing only)

1240 SE Bishop Blvd, Suite Q

Pullman, WA 99163

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