“Be patient toward all that is unsolved in your heart and try to love the questions themselves, like locked rooms and like books that are now written in a very foreign tongue..."

― Rainer Maria Rilke

Elliot Huemann, LMHCA

Welcome. It's good to have you here. 

If you're anything like me when I started my own counseling, you have a lot of questions. I love questions. I believe they are what draw us deeper into life and call us to wonder about who we are becoming. I see therapy as an opportunity to build a supportive relationship and explore these questions together. 

First things:

  • My name is Elliot and I am a mental health counselor working out of Seattle's Fremont neighborhood.

  • I studied counseling at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology. While there, I focused my research on trauma, spirituality, identity development, and sexuality.

  • I completed my clinical internship at Edmonds Community College in Lynnwood, WA where I continue to work with students part-time.

My thoughts on therapy:

 I believe relationships are what sustain, frustrate, and give meaning to life. Some of these relationships are immediate: your relationship with yourself, with myself as your therapist, and those around you on a daily basis. Others are past relationships, carried in the memories, wounds, and feelings formed in your early life. Together we will explore these relationships while also introducing new processes for healthy growth.

Recent scientific breakthroughs help us understand that who we are has to do with our bodies, brains, and minds working together. In my trauma-informed approach to therapy, we will pay mindful attention to these parts of who you are to encourage change, healing, and growth. 

Some of the questions I work with most include:

  • LGBTQ+ Identity​​ and Sexuality

    • Navigating coming out process/sense of self

    • Relationship concerns/ LGBTQ+ Couples Therapy (Level I EFT Certified)

    • Helping parents support LGBTQ+ children and adolescents

  • Trauma

    • PTSD​

    • Childhood trauma and its longterm impact 

    • Responding to your body's response to trauma

  • Anxiety

    • Mindful responses to stress and panic​

    • Exploring the roots of anxiety

    • Reconnecting mind and body

  • Spirituality/meaning

    • Spiritual/religious trauma
    • Struggling with disillusionment/questions about faith
    • Walking through a faith transition
    • Supporting grieving processes

I have worked with a wide range of clients who vary greatly from each other, all in different places with their mental health. What they shared in common was the awareness of a concern and the willingness to explore where their questions would take them. If you're interested in learning more send me an email and we will connect. 

Elliot Huemann, LMHCA

819 N 49th St #415 

Seattle, WA 98103

Email: elliot@elliothuemann.com

Phone: (510) 877-0408

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