TREVOR SLOCUM, LMHC - BUDDHIST / EXISTENTIAL
There is a lesson in Buddhism about the sixth patriarch of the Zen tradition, Hui Neng. While traveling, he came across two monks arguing as they observed a flag fluttering in the breeze. One monk said, “The flag is moving.” The other disagreed and said, “The wind is moving.”
I offer clinical psychodynamic mind-body psychotherapy to individuals and couples suffering with:
My psychotherapy practice helps people open to their experience so they can effectively create joy and meaning in their lives and let go of the life-patterns that limit them. Having spent four years within a Buddhist order, I use my training in mindfulness to help others explore their embodied mind and develop calm confidence. After traveling widely, I trained as a therapist, receiving my MA in Existential Phenomenological Therapeutic Psychology from Seattle University. I am a nationally certified counselor and licensed in Washington as a mental health counselor. I worked for five years as a psychotherapist in community mental health, treating the chronically mentally ill. Currently, my office is located at Ahimsa Counseling Services. I see patients in my private practice on Mondays through Fridays.
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