Amanda Holeman


Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
Seattle Pacific University, 2022

Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Washington State University, 2018

Bachelor of Arts in Human Development
Washington State University, 2018


Certifications & Trainings

Certified in Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) from the Medical University of South Carolina

Graduate trainings in Internal Family Systems

Professional Memberships

Aria Hudson, MA, LMFTA

 Mental Health Therapist Associate | (she/her)

Supervised by Marykate Tihinen, MA, LMHC (425.224.5438 |

Therapy presents us with an opportunity to connect, heal, and grow into the person we hope to be. I believe that the human experience is dynamic and unique for each individual. Because of this, I work to integrate a variety of therapy models, interventions, and skills to tailor treatment to address each of my clients’ specific needs and help them find their own “best fit” for therapy. Whether we are working to change behaviors and thinking patterns or processing the past for insight and healing, I aim to deepen understanding of yourself while helping you develop skills to be the person you want to embody.

I work from various frameworks to help you achieve your goals, including Cognitive/Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (CBT/DBT), Trauma-Focused CBT, Internal Family Systems, The Gottman Method, and other somatic and psychodynamic models. Using these I help couples, families, and individuals across a range of issues including adjustment disorders, trauma, attachment disorders, depression, anxiety, and relational/familial conflict.

“There are no purely ‘bad’ aspects of any person. Even the worst impulses and feelings…spring from parts of a person that themselves have a story to tell and the capacity to become something positive and helpful in the client’s life. The point of therapy isn’t to get rid of anything, but to help it transform.”

– Richard Schwartz Founder/Creator of Internal Family Systems