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    Erica Ambis

    Assessor, Therapist, Life Coach

    serving Washington state

     

    Erica is a neurodiversity-affirming therapist with over 10 years of social work experience. She is currently serving adult clients in Washington state.  Is life slowly chipping away at your armor? Are you struggling to battle your inner demons and dragons?

    She understands.

    As a person who has ADHD herself, Erica understands how important it is for you to find someone who can relate to your own personal difficulties.Your feelings are valid. Erica provides a safe space where you can talk openly about what is bothering you, free from judgment. In therapy, she works with adults who are open to self-exploration and want to deepen their understanding of who they are.

    She knows

    Erica knows opening up to a stranger may not be easy, but her approach to therapy is kind, inviting, curious, and honest. She makes therapy fun!  Therapy works best when you connect well with your therapist. You need to find someone you’re comfortable with, who will walk alongside you on your travels into self-understanding. Erica might be the therapist for you.

    Perhaps you don’t feel that you need therapy, but you could use someone to turn to for support, to help you feel more confident. Life Coaching may be what you need. Erica can work with you on problem-solving and goal-setting, to help you feel confident.

    Have you thought that you might be on the autism spectrum, or have ADHD? An assessment and diagnosis can give you the answers you need and open doors to understanding and support. Erica can help you with this.

    Email today and get your free online consultation. Meet Erica, and talk about how she can help you get the most out of your life.

    Washington

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    An autistic man I know loves the Netflix TV show, Blown Away, a glass-blowing competition for glass artisans from across North America. The intensity of the colors, the imaginative shapes, and seeing them emerge from the fire, all work together to make this a visually compelling production.