• Allison Norris :: MA, LMHC

    Education & Experience

    • Mental health counselor in the state of Washington (license number LH60975703).
    • BA in Psychology - Pacific Lutheran University
    • Masters of the Arts in Counseling Psychology, Bastyr University 2014
    • Private Practice since 2014
  • Who I work With



    Major life change? A break up? Are you experiencing anger or resentment? Is it difficult to express your feelings to others or set boundaries? Are unwanted thoughts taking over? Do you feel like you just need to be heard?


    I work with teens, young adults and adults. I do not see individuals younger than 13 years old.


    I see all types of people struggling with difficult thoughts, emotions, memories or sensations. These can hold you back from having the life you want full of meaningful relationships and experiences.


    I see people who are anxious, have trouble expressing or experiencing emotions, feel angry or frustrated, or individuals who are unsure of the direction they are heading and need some help figuring out how to live a full and meaningful life.

    Let's Talk

    To find out if I’m the right therapist for you, let’s have a conversation. If you have specific questions about what the experience is really like, call me and we’ll talk.


    Schedule an appointment for a free 15 minute consultation to see if we would make a good fit.



  • Therapy

    Therapy is about giving yourself the opportunity to live the life you’ve always imagined.


    A short film about the reasons why it's normal and healthy to go to therapy,

    written by Alain de Botton for the School of Life.



    Your Role:

    1. To be honest with yourself and transparent with me so that we can make meaning of your life's experiences.

    2. To speak up for yourself and ask me anything during your sessions. You are the expert on you.

    3. Remember that therapy can be challenging at times, but it helps to bring self awareness and growth.

    My Role:

    1. To provide you with a safe, trusting place to help you discuss and explore difficult emotions and challenges.

    2. To be transparent, nonjudgmental and encouraging.

    3. To not tell you what to do, but work with you to explore what you bring in the room and guide to you toward living a full and meaningful life.

  • Rates & Hours

    Not accepting new clients

    Not providing referrals


    Free 15 min Initial Consultation - please specify when making an appointment.

    $130.00 for each 50 minute session.
    $175.00 for each 85 minute session

    Hours & Scheduling

    I respond to email and phone calls during business hours 9-5 Monday-Friday. If you have contacted me outside of these times, I will get back to you the next business day.


    I do not accept insurance. Please check with your insurance about reimbursement for an OON provider - as I cannot guarantee that you will be reimbursed for my services.


    I accept all major credit/debit cards and some HSA. Payment is due at each session. For any payment made with a card, I charge a fee of 2.5%.


    I have a 48 hour cancellation policy to avoid a fee equal to an appointment ($130). Please call me at 1-206-456-4361 to cancel an appointment.

  • Contact

    To Make an Appointment, Please Call:




    Or email me below

    Not accepting new clients

  • What to expect after you’ve scheduled a consultation:

    A consultation is free and 15 minutes long if you specify you’d like a consultation. This time is an opportunity to meet, discuss therapy, questions, and/or jump right into anything you would like to talk about. At the session’s end, we can talk about scheduling your next appointment if you feel we make a good fit.

  • A Note about Privacy

    All communications between us are confidential. If you email me online to make an appointment, please know that I maintain my email account and voicemail to the highest possible level of security. Unless you advise me not to, I will respond to you by email. Information contained in these emails may be seen by a third party as emails are never completely secure traveling through cyberspace.

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