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KYEISHA HODGE, LMHC, M.S.Ed

Sex: Female

Description of Counselor/Practice

Clients often walk away from completing therapy with me empowered to design their lives. They shed the shame associated with their trauma by connecting with their intrinsic self-worth. They break the habit of hypervigilant, reactive, and avoidant behaviors that often accompanies trauma, while also developing a tolerance for joy without sabotage, and existing in the world with a deeper understanding of their values. Clients leave therapy with a healthy way of communicating, perceiving, and relating to those closest to them; all the while reconnecting with their passion, curiosity, and “play”. I serve clients in gaining clarity regarding their life goals, their priorities, and their beliefs which allow them to become the best versions of themselves. Together we will also explore how the collective trauma of racism, sexism, and other –isms impact mental health. We will also explore your different identities (e.g. as gender, race, class) and uncover, challenge, and revise the beliefs that you had to align with in order to safely navigate these structures. This social justice perspective to counseling not only creates healing but also decreases the likelihood of finding yourself in future toxic environments.

Phone: (205) 775-0502

Email: KYEISHA@KYEISHAHODGE.COM

Website: https://kyeishahodge.com/

Ethnicities Counselor Identifies As
(or has Ethnic Minority Mental Health Specialist designation in)

African American
Latino

Languages Counseling Provided In
(in addition to English)

N/A

Religions
(trained in / integrates into counseling)

N/A

Client Types

Group
Individual

Client Ages

Adults Age:19-64

Insurance Accepted

N/A

Locations



WA 98103
Kyeisha's Office
600 N 36TH ST SUITE 226
SEATTLE WA 98103

Organization: Kyeisha Hodge, PLLC

Offers sliding scale

Offers online counseling

Cost: $150 per session

College: City University of New York - Hunter College

Degree: M.S.Ed.

Year Graduated: 2013

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