My name is Connie Curlett and I am a psychotherapist and certified coach located in Seattle’s Madison Valley neighborhood. I approach my work with a unique blend of counseling and coaching to help move clients towards healing, discovery and empowerment. Although I am a nonjudgmental empathic listener, my style is also straightforward and interactive.
I see my role as both a therapist, guiding my client towards healing and change, as well as an educator helping people understand what healthy relationships are and how to cultivate them in their own lives.
I received a master’s degree in Applied Behavioral Science from Bastyr University as part of their Leadership Institute of Seattle (LIOS) program. I am also a certified professional co-active coach (CPCC) completing my coaches training through Coaches Training Institute (CTI).
I am a Northwest native and have lived in Seattle for over 30 years, where I have raised my three, now young adult children. As an active member of my community, I regularly volunteer counseling at Sojourner Place, a shelter for homeless women in transition. Additionally, I have had many fulfilling experiences that range from teaching children to read in after-school literacy programs, to serving on the board of the Seattle Repertory Theater.
I am positive, caring and genuine. Our work together will be a dynamic and interactive process, blending empathy and compassion with humor and honesty.