Max Tsymbalau

Max Tsymbalau
Areas of Expertise: 
Academic Difficulties, Addiction, ADHD, Adult Children of Alcoholics, Anger Issues, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Career Counseling, Chronic Pain, Codependency, Depression, Family Conflict, Impulsivity, Life Coaching, Mindfulness Practice, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Sleep Difficulties or Insomnia, Spirituality, Stress Management, Trauma and PTSD
3417 Evanston Ave N, Ste 307, Seattle, WA, 98103

As a trauma-informed therapist, I recognize both the importance of trauma in the development of emotional and behavioral disturbances and how widespread traumatic experiences are. Trauma is a single or repeated deeply distressing personal experience which, if not worked through, can have serious long-term negative consequences, such as persistent feelings of panic, anger, or emptiness, compulsive or abusive relationships, addictions, or self-harm. I help people work with the parts of them which may be "stuck" in situations of past physical, sexual, or emotional abuse, early neglect, or persistent manipulation.

I effectively work with adults from a wide variety of backgrounds, as far as gender, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, and ethnicity go. I work especially well with gifted people, stressed out professionals, and folks seeking to process a traumatic past.

The single most important predictor of successful therapy is the relationship between the therapist and the client. With this in mind, I offer a free initial session, where you can meet me and ask me any questions.

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Insurance and Fee Information: 

My fee for a standard 50-55 minute psychotherapy session is $165. Please submit payment before or at the beginning of each session.

I do not contract with insurance companies directly; however, if your health coverage includes mental health benefits, your insurance company may reimburse a significant portion of my fee. To check whether your insurance will cover a part of my fee and exactly how much that reimbursement will be, please contact your insurance carrier's customer service using the following guidelines I created:

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