Autumn Brownlee, MA, LMHCA
For more information, click above or contact Autumn at 425.954.6510 or Autumn@AutumnBrownlee.com.
Chris Wilcynski, LMFT
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Clinton Campbell, MA, LMHCA
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For more information, click above or contact Corbin at 206.327.4639 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenn Boelter, LM, LMP
For Midwifery Care, click above or contact Jenn and Pacific Natural Birth at 206.486.0618 or email@example.com
For Prenatal Massage, click above or contact Jenn at 206.745.2224 or jenn@seattlewellmamamassage
Julie Reynolds, MA, LMHCA
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Melissa Dana, Reiki Master, EAMP, LAc
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Our offices are located on the second floor of 1800 Market Street in the Ballard Neighborhood, near Swedish Medical Center and above the Ballard Blossom flower shop. Paid street parking is available directly in front of the building. Free parking for two hours and up is available on and around NW 20th Street.
We are conveniently located along King County Metro route 44, which services Wallingford and the University District, providing connections to Capitol Hill and East Lake. Bus service to Northgate, Greenwood, and Crown Hill along with Fremont, Queen Anne, and Downtown neighborhoods is provided by routes 29, 40, 62, and the RapidRide D line, all located within 5 blocks of our offices.
Please check back frequently for updates. In the coming year, we'll be hosting classes and groups, trainings for healing arts professionals, and even art openings in our warm and inviting community room.
Our community room is available to rent for your meetings, classes, and groups. Please send inquiries to Clinton.
Writing Through Change, Change Through Writing
Suite 210, Wednesdays, 3:00-5:00 pm, May 1-22nd, Fee: $190
Instructors: Teresa Williams, LICSW and Corbin Lewars, M.Ed.
As a writer, you are probably familiar with the benefits of writing through life’s transitions. Scientific research supports this notion by stating that the act of writing reduces stress as well as removes mental blocks, which allows us to use our brainpower to better understand ourselves and others and solve our problems more effectively. Writing not only changes us, describing our change and epiphanies enriches our writing. Teresa and Corbin will lead writing exercises, guided meditations, and facilitated conversations on how to best utilize your writing when facing change and how best to describe your transformations and realizations in your writing. Shared reading from authors such as Cheryl Strayed, Brenda Miller, Sage Cohen, Augusten Burroughs, and Natalie Goldberg will help illustrate these points.
The class is designed to be small and supportive and writers of all levels are welcome.
Click here for more information or to register