I'm glad you found your way here.

Finding the right therapist isn't easy. It's even harder to do so while struggling with depression, anxiety, stressful relationships, trauma, and an overflowing workload. There is so much going on you don’t even know where to begin. You need help, direction, and a place to be heard.

If you're looking for someone who can help you make sense of the struggle, I’m here to hold that space. I hope to be a co-investigator with you. I view therapy as a creative, interactive, and intensive process.

Interested? Great! Keep reading below and request a free 30-minute consultation to see if we are a good fit.

- Gaby
Who is Gaby Mitrak?

You can expect a warm, funny, and direct person to be with you in our sessions together.

My personal experience as a mother drew me to perinatal mental health, which is my clinical area of expertise. I specialize in reproductive mental health and perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADS).

I know first-hand how motherhood is a time of transition and transformation that requires professional support.

I bring experience and expertise in birth trauma, NICU experiences, postpartum anxiety and depression, postpartum rage, intrusive thoughts, and grief and loss.

"It takes a village" is cliched, but true. I'm honored to work with new, expecting, seasoned, adoptive, and foster moms to be part of their village of support.

A portrait photograph of Gaby Mitrak in her home office.

Counseling survivors of domestic violence is a secondary focus area of mine. For years, I've volunteered at a domestic violence organization and counseled survivors of domestic violence in clinical settings.

Trauma underpins my areas of clinical expertise. I am trauma-informed and trained in a processing modality called lifespan integration.

I earned my master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Antioch University Seattle and am a fully-licensed mental health counselor in Washington State (license number LH61306791).

I studied as an undergraduate at the University of Washington. Prior to finding my calling in therapy, I spent my 20s pursuing a career in law and served as a clerk at King County District Court.

I live with my husband and two daughters in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. I see clients throughout Washington state virtually.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Let's get in touch.

To talk more about therapy, ask questions, or request a free 30-minute phone consultation, please fill out the form or email me at gaby@gabymitrak.com.

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