Anne van Roden, MS, LMFT, Owner/Therapist
Anne is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist specializing in working with the gifted and twice-exceptional as individuals and families. Anne earned a Masters of Science degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University in 2001 and has counseled gifted families and developed Seattle Relationship Therapy ever since. In addition to her private counseling practice, Anne presents at the national SENG ( http://sengifted.org/ ) conference every year, trains teachers and school psychologists on the social and emotional components of giftedness, presents parenting workshops and groups as a SENG certified facilitator and has developed a twice-exceptional parent support group in conjunction with Wally's Play Groups.
Prior to becoming a counselor, Anne graduated from Dartmouth College with a BA in Religion, spent 10 years in the business world (ranging from starting her own small business to management in a large corporation) and spent 6 years primarily as a stay-at-home mother raising a highly gifted child. Originally from the East Coast, she has been happily married for over 29 years. Anne is a deeply committed Christian for whom studying scripture, seeking God and finding truth has been a primary passion. Anne leads in-depth bible studies for people of widely different faith backgrounds, leads women's spiritual retreats, and has been an elder and long-term member of a wonderful Christian community here in Seattle, Bethany Presbyterian Church. Anne brings a wide range of life experience to her therapy practice along with her counseling education, training and experience.
License, Certifications, Associations:
WA State DOH Marriage & Family License # LF 60012954
Certified SENG Parent Group Facilitator
Clinical Member of AAMFT: American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists
Carly "Charlie" Delavan, MS, LMFTA, Associate Therapist
Charlie is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate whose clinical interests include gifted children and adults; therapeutic gaming; treating trauma in a way that integrates mind, body and spirit; grief, loss and change; LGBTQ couple/partnership and family challenges; gender and sexual identity development; spirituality and spiritual abuse; and utilizing the creative process to unlock personal growth potential. Charlie received a Master of Science degree in Marriage & Family Therapy from Seattle Pacific University in 2017. In addition to private practice, she works to provide academic support to students with learning challenges.
Charlie also has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Developmental Studies and a Master of Arts in Christian Studies from Seattle Pacific University. She is originally from California and spent 5 years working in small business banking before pursuing therapy. In her spare time, Charlie is a writer, a poet, an artist, and a musician. She volunteers with Camp Ten Trees, a local organization that supports queer identified youth from all over the country; and with Coastland Commons, a local non-profit that creates space for people of all faith backgrounds to explore the connections between creativity and spirituality.
WA State DOH Marriage & Family Therapy Associate License # MG 60820343
Pre-Clinical Fellow with AAMFT: American Association of Marriage & Family Therapists