Sarah Orihu, LMFTA

Sarah Orihu, LMFTA Sarah Orihu, LMFTA
Systemic Specialties: Anxiety, Family Conflict, LGBTQIA, Racial Trauma, Relationship Issues, Stress
Mental Health Specialties: ADHD, Anxiety Disorders, Bipolar and Related Disorders, Depressive Disorders, Racial Trauma, Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders
Sexuality Speciality: Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, Nonbinary, Pansexual, Queer, Transgender
Modality: Couples, Family, Individuals
Types of Therapy: Anti-Racist, Attachment-based, Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), Emotionally Focused, Family / Marital, Family Systems, Feminist, Humanistic, Multicultural, Person-Centered, Solution Focused Brief (SFBT), Strength-Based, Systemic, Trauma Focused
Age Specialty: Adults, Elders (65+)
Communities Served: Bisexual Allied, Gay Allied, HIV / AIDS Allied, Lesbian Allied, Non-Binary Allied, Open Relationships Non-Monogamy, Queer Allied, Racial Justice Allied, Sex Worker, Single Parent, Transgender Allied
Accepted Insurance Plans: Out of Network
Cost per Session: 150-$200, Sliding Scale
Payments Accepted: Mastercard, Visa
Qualifications:: 3, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, Seattle University, 2022
Services (Cultural Healing): Personal Development
Ethnicity Counselor Identifies As: African American, Black
Other Mental Health Related Services: Public Speaking

Welcome to Seen, Heard & Healing! A place to be seen & heard as you invest in your mental health and overall well-being. With training in family systems theory, I address the needs of individuals in the context of family, social & cultural systems while working from a strength-based perspective. My goal is to deeply understand who you are, what your experience in the world is like, who you want to be, and where you want your life to go that is centered in humility & curiosity.

My clients are African American, Black and other ethnic groups as I focus my work and research on the lived experiences of my clients as I aim to decolonize therapy with a justice-oriented and strengths-based approach. I work with individuals to develop positive tools and resources to help improve their relational and individual wellbeing.

As people of color, we have not always been given the opportunity to address the intricacies of our mental health. We need to remind ourselves that we deserve to have a voice and tend to the vulnerable parts of who we are and what we experience in our life, so allow me to join you on this journey!

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