Meet Our Provider Andrew Carnahan
My style of therapy is insight-oriented, non-judgmental, and centered on the belief that happiness and healing is unique to each of us. I enjoy working with people of all genders and presentations on overcoming, anxiety, depression, difficulties related to trauma and substance abuse. I am supportive of clients who engage in all relationship styles (ENM, polyamory and monogamy) and work to be a supportive ally of LGBTQ+ communities and individuals.
Ketamine assisted therapy offers people a chance to step outside of their existing narrative framework. This is a chance to encounter life’s joys, sufferings, and meanings from a new perspective. By learning from and integrating these new perspectives into your life, a fuller and richer way of being with all of yourself becomes available. The sense of wholeness that being with all of yourself offers a gateway to healing the wounds of the past and developing the courage to step into the future.
I have over a decade of experience helping people, either with substance use or mental health disorders. My master’s degree is from Seattle University’s psychology program focused on existential approaches to psychotherapy. I also have a two-year technical degree in alcoholism and chemical dependency counseling from Edmonds College. In addition, I have certifications in Jungian psychotherapy and studies, as well as a certification in Psychedelic- Assisted Therapies and Research granted by California Institute of Integral Studies.
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