So here you are.

Welcome. Looking for a therapist is not the most comfortable thing in the world. As someone I know put it, "By the time you need to talk to someone, the last thing you really feel like doing is breaking in a therapist!"

But you've made it this far. And that's good, because therapy helps. Deciding to enter therapy is the first step to getting unstuck. 

I've put some information on this site to help you get a sense of who I am and how I work. I also welcome you to call me at 206-390-7875 (or email: cpoole@speakeasy.net) to set up a free 20-minute consultation. It's the best way to find out whether we would be a good fit to work together.

My accessible office is in Seattle's Madison Valley neighborhood, near the intersection of E. Madison and Lake Washington Blvd. 

cpoole@speakeasy.net    206-390-7875
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