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  • Lutheran Counseling Network

    Lutheran Counseling Network is a nonprofit organization of dedicated professional psychotherapists providing services since 1981. All LCN counselors have a masters or doctoral degree. Our professional staff observes a strict ethical code of professional conduct. We provide therapy for individuals, couples, and families. Our therapists address such areas as depression, anxiety, recovery from trauma, parenting, sexuality, grief and loss, and spirituality.

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Anxiety and Depression
Life’s experiences can leave us feeling tense and overwhelmed, or can drain us of energy, focus and enjoyment.  Whether you are dealing with anxiety or depression, our therapists are ready to help, with treatment methods geared to your needs and preferences, so you can get a handle on your situation and get back to living your life to the fullest.
Traumatic experiences can haunt us, with images and emotions that can seem to take over our lives and relationships.  Our therapists are ready to come alongside you in your trauma, offering effective treatment, such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy and Lifespan Integration Therapy, that will help you work through your trauma and take back your life.
Relationship/Couple Counseling
Relationships take effort.  Whether you are just starting out or have been together for years, our therapists can help you work through your differences and get your relationship on track, using tools and therapies such as Prepare/Enrich and Emotion Focused Therapy for Couples.
Every parent, family, and child runs up against rough spots.  Our staff includes therapists who work with parents, children and families, providing guidance and helping families work through their struggles and differences.
Faith & Spirituality
Faith and spirituality can be a source of strength, meaning and healing in our lives.  On the other hand, our experiences in the community of faith can be hurtful – even abusive.  If you wish to weave faith and spirituality into your counseling, want to grow in your spiritual life, or are seeking to heal from hurtful experiences in the church, we are here to walk with you.
Life is full of transitions. If you are looking ahead to the future, wondering who you are and how to live out your gifts, we are here to help you in that process of self-discovery. If you are experiencing grief and loss due to death of a loved one or loss of a job, dream or relationship, we are here to walk beside you, and help you find new meaning and purpose.

Lutheran Counseling Network

Lutheran Counseling Network is a nonprofit organization of dedicated professional therapists providing a range of counseling services to the greater Seattle area and Western Washington since 1981.  Our staff of psychotherapists each possess master's or doctoral degrees and observes a strict ethical code of professional conduct.

We are an extension of the church's ministry to the community. We provide couples therapy and counseling, and therapy for individuals and families, addressing such areas as anxiety, depression, behavioral problems, trauma recovery, parenting, sexuality and spirituality.

Employment Opportunities

Lutheran Counseling Network has openings for licensed therapists and/or licensed social workers to join our group of professionals in the North and South Puget Sound. We are looking for fully licensed MFTs, LMHCs, or LSWs. Interested parties can access the application under the Resources tab on this website. Those interested may submit completed applications to, and direct questions to Margaret Pierce at 360-927-6753.

Find A Counselor Near You

Please visit our locations page for more detailed information on our office locations. Lutheran Counseling Network offices are located not only in Seattle, but also Bellingham, Bothell, Enumclaw, Everett, Federal Way, Kent, Renton, Seatac, and Shoreline.

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General Contact Phone Numbers

Bellingham 360-715-2166
Bothell 425-455 2960
Enumclaw 253-839-1697
Everett / Marysville 425-258-2955
Kent / Renton / SeaTac 425-271-9711
Federal Way 253-839-1697
Seattle / Shoreline 206-364-1046

For preferred mailing addresses, see individual staff pages.