About Simcha

2016_headshot_bwMy work aims to help my clients better understand what motivates them to behave or react the way they do, and to guide them in finding new ways to connect more securely and intimately with their partner.

It is my belief that when people have a safe and secure base from which they can draw sustenance and strength, and to which they can always return, they venture out into the world with greater confidence and with greater joy.

In other cases, my work may involve helping couples who are feeling stuck and trapped confront and accept their fundamental incompatibility, and find the strength to separate amicably.


MA, School of Applied Psychology, Counseling and Family Therapy, Antioch University Seattle
MHL, Gratz College, Philadelphia, PA
BA, Barnard College, Columbia University, NYC


Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LH-60288715) in the State of Washington

American Counseling Association
International Association of Marriage and Family Counselors
Seattle Counselors Association
Puget Sound Adlerian Society
Puget Sound Group Psychotherapy Network

Regularly attend conferences and trainings to enhance my education and the quality of
my therapeutic work.
Advanced training in Positive Discipline and Emotion-Focused Therapy.


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