Kelsey Paulsen

Kelsey Paulsen
Areas of Expertise: 
Anxiety, Codependency, Depression, Family Conflict, Grief, Mindfulness Practice, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Sexual Abuse, Spirituality, Trauma and PTSD
2033 6th Ave, Ste 826, Seattle, WA, 98121
(206) 414-8918

I am passionate about empowering and validating women in their journey to discover their identity, process trauma, and gain healing from unhealthy relational patterns, codependency, stress, depression, and anxiety. I have always been interested in the healing power of relationship and it’s in this in between space amongst two souls where deep, meaningful, therapeutic work can occur. Based on the work of philosopher, Martin Buber, current neuroscience research around Trauma and Attachment, and Relational Therapy, I approach my therapeutic work with kindness, compassion, and complete positive regard for her clients. I believe that therapeutic work can help individuals move through significant trauma, make a connection with their mind and body, modify ineffective ways of being in the world or relating with others, and adapt new ways of living in order to achieve a better understanding of who they are, and find healing and peace. 

To help my clients attain this peace, I work to explore my clients’ lives and stories in a safe and warm setting. In this space, my client can move at a pace that is comfortable for them to identify patterns, make meaningful connections, and identify and develop strengths. Because each person is unique, I utilize a psychodynamic, client-centered approach, including customizing therapy according to my client's needs, comfort level, and circumstances. 

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