Mel Knight, Ph.D. (206) 282-5100
3240 W. Viewmont Way, Seattle, WA 98199
Location: Nice Magnolia location.
General Practice Area: For current problems needing an immediate and direct intervention, I use a solution-focused, problem-solving approach that is time-limited (usually 12 – 18 sessions) and goal-specific.
For longer term or recurrent life problems, my approach is to provide a careful, reflective, insight-oriented therapy that identifies both conscious and unconscious sources of current pain and conflict.
In both cases the experience of trust and safety between therapist and client is the key to effecting change.
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