Description of Counselor/Practice

My name is St.Ennah Akudihor but you can call me Saint for short. I am originally from down south New Orleans, Louisiana but moved to Seattle in 2017. I am black, specifically of Nigerian Descent. I identify as queer and also non binary, specifically agender and genderfluid and polyamorous. My practice is grounded in creating a space you can come in to be your authentic true self. Within my therapeutic space, I acknowledge that trauma has impacted us in one way or another, so being intentional about creating a trauma informed space is vital. When it comes to my practice, I keep in mind that our society, systems in our society, institutions, our identities, and our various communities and interpersonal relationships influence our perspective and the way we move through life. I work with Adults and youth (+13). I thrive most when I am serving queer and trans, black, and brown communities. I like to think about myself as a relational therapy who supports clients process different events and struggles that come up in life. I provide LGBTQIA+ affirming mental health therapy. I also bring in an afrocentric perspective into my work as a way to work towards decolonizing our minds and bodies in the way we think. I provide support around topics such as anxiety, depression, trauma, race, gender, sexuality, navigating relationships, navigating interpersonal conflicts. I draw from different modalities which includes CBT. Acceptance and Commitment Theory, Intersectional Feminism, Systems Theory, and Relational Cultural Theory, and Racialized Trauma Healing, which I am currently learning more about. I am also an artist outside of being a therapist so I plan to explore ways to incorporate art into my practice. I received a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Louisiana State University. I then completed my Masters in Social Work (MSW) from the University of Washington in 2022. Now you may be wondering…that's quite the switch. Yes! Yes, it is! For me I realized that I did not want to be a part of an industry with so many negative impacts to communities globally. I have been in the social service field since 2015. I have worked as a CNA, behavioral specialist, youth counselor, intake specialist, housing case manager, and since May 2022 a mental health therapist. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker Associate (61306200). As a therapist with an associate license, I receive clinical supervision from Carrie Pope, LICSW Credential Number LW60640903. As a black non binary therapist, I value creating a space to be vulnerable: a space where you are seen as your authentic self, a space to be able to grow and heal on your life journey. Let me leave you with this, you are the expert of your own life and that's something I want to honor and respect. I am here to support you with growing and healing. When you step into my space I want you to understand that you are valued. My hope is to always take a collaborative approach in your own healing journey.

Phone: 360.226.2442



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

African American

Languages Counseling Provided In
(in addition to English)


(trained in / integrates into counseling)


Client Types


Client Ages

Adults Age:19-64
Teens Age:13-18

Insurance Accepted



Main Office
3133 Rustlewood Ln SE
Port Orchard WA 98366

Organization: Alluvial Counseling

Offers sliding scale

Offers online counseling

Available for consult

Cost: $140 per session

College: University of Washington

Degree: MSW

Year Graduated: 2022

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