Since 1985, I've maintained a private practice as a counselor and consultant in Seattle, Washington. I work in person or by phone with individuals, couples, families, groups, and small businesses.
To make an appointment, please email me or call my 24-hour confidential voice mail at (206) 329-0125.
Since the early 1970s, I have studied a wide array of conventional and alternative therapeutic methods, body work and breathing techniques, cross-cultural spiritual disciplines, and creative healing modalities.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Abuse Issues - Addiction Recovery - Art Therapy -
My educational background includes a three-part Bachelor's Degree in Design/Graphics/Writing (1978), a Master's Degree in Psychology (1984), and a Ph.D. in Psychology (1993). My doctoral research focused on the "missing link" related to eating disorders and functional neurology.
In June 2000, my first book, Dr. Cat's Helping Handbook, was published, and I've written more than 200 published articles and interviews.
From a series of 1300 daily drawings completed in 1983-1987, I created a deck of healing cards that was published in June 2007 called "Shadow and Light: Images of Change and Transformation for Women in Recovery."
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Cat Saunders, Ph.D., is a longtime counselor, consultant, and nonsectarian minister in private practice in Seattle, Washington. She is the author of Dr. Cat's Helping Handbook (available at Amazon.com). Click here to contact Cat or learn more about her work by returning to the home page. To schedule in-person or telephone consultations, please email Cat or call her 24-hour confidential voice mail at (206) 329-0125.