Coach/Therapists


Paul Abodeely, MA, LMFTA
Paul holds a Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and brings 20 years of experience working with youth and adults utilizing a wide variety of approaches. He focuses on clients as unique and complete people: building on strengths and acknowledging challenges. Paul is able to meet clients where they are in their lives and support their growth utilizing an approach that is collaborative, curious, honest, playful, and celebratory. Paul's background in eco-psychology, rites of passage, experiential therapy, social work, and career counseling has taught him that people naturally find clarity and growth once challenges are understood and addressed. Paul has an affinity for working with teenagers, young adults, and adults in times of transitions. In his free time, Paul walks in the woods, guides wilderness rite of passage programs, and plays with dogs. 

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Beth Meyer, LMFT
Beth works with families, individuals and youth using humanistic, strength based approach.  Beth received her Masters of Psychology degree at Antioch University and has been working with diverse populations for over ten years.  In addition to supporting individuals and families struggling with ADHD, Beth has extensive experience working with addiction and hard to serve populations.  Beth received extensive post-graduate training at the University of Washington at the Addictive Behaviors Research Center at Center for the Study of Health and Risk Behaviors. 

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Anita Watson, LMHCA
Anita has 14 years of experience leading, teaching, and counseling in both independent and public schools.  Most recently, Anita worked at Seattle Academy Of Arts And Sciences (SAAS) as a middle school Study Skills Teacher and Learning Support Coordinator. At SAAS, she assisted students with a range of abilities and needs and worked comprehensively with families, faculty, and staff to provide positive and effective support plans. Before SAAS, Anita worked at Punahou School in Honolulu, where she served as a high school Counselor and completed a fellowship that led to the development of a Learning Support Center. The Learning Support Center was structured to support students with a variety of learning differences. Prior to Punahou, Anita taught middle school humanities for the Central Kitsap School District. Anita has a BA from Central Washington University in Education and an MSCP specializing in School Counseling from Chaminade University. She currently holds her Mental Health Counselor Associate License in Washington State. In her spare time, Anita loves spending time with her two kids and husband, especially on the weekends when they can take long family bike rides on the Burke Gillman trail or head up to the mountains to go snowboarding. 

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Travis Wood, LMHCA
Travis earned a Masters in Mental Health Counseling at Antioch University Seattle and is now excited to work with and support all individuals and families that come to the Hallowell Todaro Center.  He has over seventeen years of experience working in mental health treatment settings.  He most recently has worked at Seattle Childrens Hospital’s Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Unit, but also has experience working with individuals, families and couples in the therapist role.  He is a proud advocate for the healthy development of all individuals and enjoys engaging with clients of diverse backgrounds and experiences. He has spent the last few years honing his skills in clinical Mindfulness/DBT and CBT techniques, but what is most important to him is that he centers all of his work on the client’s particular needs.  Outside of his practice he is interested in music, creative writing and is also a diehard fan of the Seahawks.  He is looking forward to working together with you all to bring the changes you want to make into reality.

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Aimee Horn, M.Ed, LMHCA
Aimee earned her Master’s Degree in School Counseling from Indiana University and her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  For over 15 years Aimee has worked in education in various capacities. She has worked within the public schools and NWAIS Accredited private schools. Aimee has also assisted in special needs classrooms and worked one-on-one with students for various social-emotional and academic challenges including ADHD, anxiety, and executive function deficits.  With additional expertise in school leadership roles, mindfulness, and a whole-child strength-based approach when working with clients, Aimee brings a range of skills to her coaching and therapy roles.  A transplant to Seattle, Aimee enjoys the PNW for its healthy lifestyle and beautiful scenery.  When Aimee is not helping others you can find her spending time with her husband and two daughters, skiing, biking, doing Pilates, traveling or discovering a new favorite restaurant around Seattle in which to dine.  

 

Micah Price, MSW, LSWAIC

Micah holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Washington. He has experience in school, inpatient, outpatient, and crisis intervention services with youth, young adults, families, and adults. He has worked in several traditional and alternative schools as a one-on-one paraeducator, after-school program facilitator, and mental health care coordinator. Micah has worked in residential facilities and community mental health agencies as well. In working with clients, Micah has a therapeutic orientation that is client-centered, strength-based, and contemplative of systemic factors (e.g.: family dynamics, poverty, and environment). He approaches clients using therapeutic models including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), humanistic therapy, and narrative therapy. Micah’s areas of particular interest and experience include ADHD, gender identity and sexual orientation, anxiety, depression, and systems involvement (child welfare, juvenile justice, etc.). Micah and his dog, Zeke Macaroni, are also a volunteer therapy dog team.

 

Kathryn Korch, M.Ed., CDP, NCAC-I, MHCA

Kathryn has a Masters in Education from Seattle University and BA in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Washington. She is a certified chemical dependency professional, supervisor and certified GAIN administrator and trainer. She has years of experience coaching girls soccer, chemically dependent and homeless youth. She also works within the Seattle Public Schools as a Prevention/Intervention Specialist and school counselor. Kathryn also has the gift of ADHD and has been using her gifts to achieve her potential.