Debbie Tantrum, LMHC         

What type of clients do you work with?

 

Young women starting in late adolescents (17+), individual adult women, and adult men with presenting issues including loss and grief, anxiety, depression, life transitions, trauma and abuse, stress, relationship struggles, self-esteem, and obsessive thoughts.

 

What would you like clients to know about how you work?

 

I am passionate about working with clients to meet their goals and help them be in charge of their own minds. The therapeutic process is a collaborative effort that is tailored to the particularities of each person. My hope is for each client to grow into her/his personhood by practicing self-compassion and acceptance.

My therapeutic orientation: Christian, Relational, Person-Centered, and Existential.

 

What days of the week do you see clients?

 

Monday-Friday

 

Do you accept insurance?

 

Yes. Please call my billing office at 360-805-0323 to provide them with your insurance information before our initial session. They will not provide you with a quote so please contact your insurance to ask about coverage.

 

My Education/Credentials

 

Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology                                                                                    

The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology (formerly known as Mars Hill Graduate School), Seattle, WA

Graduated: June 2010

 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology; Dance Minor

University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Graduated: June 1998

 

I started training in C.I.M.B.S. (Complex Integration of Multibrain Systems) in 2011 and continue studying and applying this therapeutic modality with great results.

 

Completed Externship with The Allender Center for Abuse and Trauma, Seattle, WA, 08/2013 to 05/2013. Facilitated training groups for lay leaders at Allender Center Conferences in Seattle and Chicago as well as Story Workshops and co-facilitated an Intimate Mystery of Marriage Conference.

 

 

What else are you passionate about? 

 

Spending time with my husband and little dog, finding new creative outlets, movies, and continuing my own journey of personal development.