Carolyn Rodenberg, MA, LMFT, CCH
I am a deeply intuitive, experienced psychotherapist who interacts with adult clients in an engaging and energizing manner. My office invites relaxation, with peaceful furnishings and natural, soft light. The space gives clients room to move, stretch and grow.
My broad perspective includes traditional and body-centered psychotherapy, integrative health care, hypnotherapy, energy psychology and spirituality. I enjoy guiding people in listening to their body, and in discovering more of who they are and what they are capable of doing for themselves and their relationships. On a personal note, I enjoy my family, gardening, yoga, nature, the arts, and spirituality.
I am a Marriage and Family Therapist, licensed in the State of Washington. My Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy is from Pacific Lutheran
University, and my Bachelor's Degree in Psychology is from the University of Washington. I have over 26 years of clinical experience, including 20 years in health-related settings, such as a physician's office on the campus of Northwest Hospital. Currently, I share a suite with massage and acupuncture practices.
Degrees: Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA (1987).
Bachelor's Degree in Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA (1978)
Licensing: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Washington State (Lic.#863).
Certification in Clinical Hypnosis, American Association for Clinical Hypnosis
Spirituality and Healing in Medicine, Harvard Medical School
Multidisciplinary Consultation in Pain Management and Chronic Illness
Trauma: Body, Mind and Science, JFK University, California
Transforming Healthcare: The Collaborative Solution, University of Washington
Hypnotherapy, Dreams, Energy Psychology and Spiritual Counseling
AAMFT: American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Clinical Member
WAPM: Washington Academy of Pain Management
CFHA: The Collaborative Family Healthcare Association
USABP: United States Association for Body-Oriented Psychotherapy
ASCH: American Society of Clinical Hypnosis