Dominique Walmsley, MA, LMHC
Life’s everyday details often demand so much from us that we are unable to attend to our complete selves. I enjoy helping my clients fulfill their goals by accessing their philosophical, spiritual, and physical selves. When they find a meaningful way to be in the world, they feel complete and fulfilled.
I am a curious person, interested in philosophy, belief systems, people, and how life works. I constantly observe my own experiences with nutrition, exercise, and philosophy to learn more about what these feel like. I gather all of this information about life so I can share it with my clients.
I’ve learned through existentialism, that we humans are vulnerable, but our relationships with others can make us feel grounded and secure. Relationships, together with an understanding of life and how it manifests itself, help us make wiser choices.
I work with families to help them understand and care for these important relationships in marriage, divorce, and parenting.
Master of Arts in Psychology in the Existential-Phenomenological Psychotherapy Program, Seattle University
Licensed Mental Health Counselor with the State of Washington
Certified Collaborative Law Practitioner
Certified Mediator, including divorce
Couples Counselor in Emotionally Focused Therapy (Advanced Skills)
Lifespan Integration, certified
Certified Clinical Sexologist, American College of Sexology
Specialized Education and Focuses
King County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Volunteer-Advocate for children in courts
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) Completed sex therapy education
Mindfulness Based Relapse Prevention Therapist
Member of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality
Member of King County Collaborative Law