Shannon Hackett, Ph.D.

"The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change." - Carl Rogers
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Couples/Relationship therapy, Group therapy, Individual therapy, Sliding scale services
Anxiety disorders, Depression, Family of origin issues, Gender identity, Grief & loss, Impact of cultural bias and oppression (e.g., racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia), LGBTQ, Life transitions, Multicultural issues, Parenting, Relationship and interpersonal issues, Self-esteem, Sexual orientation and sexual identity, Sexual trauma, Spirituality, Trauma and PTSD, Work and/or academic stress
Acceptance-based approach, Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Emotion-focused therapy, Humanistic approach, Integrative behavioral couple therapy, Interpersonal or relational approach, Mindfulness-based approach, Psychodynamic therapy, Solution-focused therapy
Adults, Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, LGBTQ, Non-traditional couples and relationships, Queer, Transgender

I utilize an integrative approach to therapy, meaning that I combine different theories together to best suit your individual needs (including client-centered, narrative, ACT, DBT, CBT, psychodynamic, and solution-focused). An interpersonal process approach connects these different techniques. I believe that if we can bring the problem into the room and experience it between us, we will have the best chance of working through it successfully. This does not apply to all problems, but our relationship will continue to be exceptionally important. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process in which we will work together to determine your goals and the best way to go about accomplishing them. Specifically, we will explore the barriers to changing your behavior, the function your current patterns of thinking/behavior serve, and ways to go about changing these patterns.

I grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. From there, I went to college at Rice University in Houston, Texas where I received a B.A. in Psychology and Religious Studies in 2007. I then pursued a masters degree at San Francisco State University so that I could focus on helping divorcing couples/families, which has always been my passion. I graduated in 2009 with an M.A. in Developmental Psychology. I then returned to Oklahoma to pursue my doctorate. I earned an M.Ed. in Community Counseling (2013) and a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology (2015) from the APA accredited University of Oklahoma. I completed my predoctoral internship at the University of California, Santa Barbara. After spending that year long-distance, I moved to Washington full-time to be with my husband and two kitties (Taco and Turbo). I received my Psychologist license and began my private practice at Associates in Behavioral Health in 2015.

Aetna, Cigna, First Choice Health Network, Group Health Options, Group Health PPO, Medicare, Premera Blue Cross, Regence Blue Shield, United Health Care/United Behavioral Health

I am able to accept insurance coverage on an out-of-network basis for a number of panels.