Counseling and Consultation

Photo of Cat Saunders, Ph.D., who maintains a counseling practice in Seattle, Washington

Cat Saunders, Ph.D.

Since 1985, I have maintained a private practice in counseling and consultation in Seattle, Washington. I work in person or by phone with individuals, couples, families, groups, and small businesses. Click here to learn more about my background and experience.


APPOINTMENTS

To make an appointment, please email me or call
my 24-hour confidential voice mail at (206) 329-0125.


 RATES AND SCHEDULING

Hourly rates depend on the nature and frequency of your counseling or consultation work. Please call me at (206) 329-0125 or email me to inquire about current fees, insurance or FSA/HSA options, and financial arrangements for those in need.

For End-of-Life Care and Support (see below), my fees are negotiable on a case-by-case basis.

If your situation is time-sensitive, please call my 24-hour confidential voice mail (206-329-0125) in addition to emailing me.

Payment may be made in the form of cash, personal check, money order, or PayPal.


 END-OF-LIFE CARE AND SUPPORT

I provide personalized End-of-Life Care and Support for individuals and families in homes, hospitals, nursing care and hospice facilities in the Greater Seattle area.

In time-sensitive situations, please call my 24-hour confidential voice mail (206-329-0125) in addition to emailing me.

To listen to two short KBCS radio interviews with Cat about her role as a death doula and coma worker, please click on the links below:

Cat Talks About Helping Her Own Father Die (four-minute KBCS interview segment)

Cat Talks About Her Role as a Coma Worker (seven-minute KBCS interview segment)


 BACKGROUND AND EXPERIENCE

For more information about my background and experience as a counselor and consultant, please click here.


CLIENT TESTIMONIALS 

You can read personal testimonials from my counseling and consultation clients by clicking here.



Cat Saunders, Ph.D., is a counselor in private practice in Seattle, Washington. She is also the author of Dr. Cat’s Helping Handbook: A Compassionate Guide for Being Human (available through Amazon). Contact Cat by emailing her or by calling 206-329-0125 (24-hour voicemail).