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Jen Farnham, LMFTA

In my work as a therapist, I pull not only from my training and education but also from my previous life experiences.


My areas of focus in therapy include:

  • trauma

  • attachment

  • grief

  • relationships

  • boundary-setting

  • goal work

  • sex

  • alternative families

  • anxiety

  • depression

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Wherever you are in your therapeutic journey, my first goal is to offer a warm, empathetic space where you can be comfortable exploring the questions that brought you here. I welcome individuals, couples, kids, teens, and families and I am a long-practicing ally to BIPOC and LGTBQIA+ communities. 

My first career as an art and humanities teacher sparked a desire to work more one-on-one with people and the challenges they face throughout life. This desire led me to a master’s degree and a second career as a therapist. My therapeutic methods derive from Gottman Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples and individuals, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Internal Family Systems theory, and art therapy. 

Outside of the office, I enjoy live music, painting, paddleboarding, and traveling the world including exploring the many natural and cultural gems of the PNW. In addition, I find true joy in hugging an animal and reminding them that they are “good.”


Jen’s fee is $155 / 50 minute session


Licenses, Certifications and Professional Memberships:

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  - State of Washington DOH

AAMFT - Student Member of American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists

Experience and Education

  • Capella University: MS in Marriage and Family Therapy

  • University of California, Santa Cruz: MA in Education

  • University of California, San Diego: BA in Studio Art and English Literature

Specialty Trainings:
  • Externship in Emotionally Focused Therapy - LGBTQIA+ Specialization - ICEEFT

  • Core Skills in Emotionally Focused Therapy - ICEEFT

Jen Farnham
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