Currently Telehealth only  – CoVERED BY MOST INSURANCE PLANS

WELCOME. I’m guessing you are experiencing emotional pain or hoping for change of some kind. Relationship problems, depression, anxiety and traumatic experiences are just a few of the roadblocks nearly everyone faces at some point in their lives. These need not stand in the way of peace, deeper connection, and creating a life you want.

Counseling can make an enormous difference when facing adversity. It awakens courage and enhances wisdom, allowing ease and more intimacy. We can work together to immediately begin transforming feelings of anxiety and depression, break painful cycles of relating, and start a powerful healing process.    

I invite you to take advantage of this opportunity, contact me!


Step #1 – Complete the form below (or email me). Feel free to include a bit about what you want to work on to make sure we’re a good fit.

Step #2 – When I send you a link, fill out the online paperwork, look at my schedule and book our first meeting. That’s it!

I take Premera insurance (sometimes called BCBS), First Choice insurance (sometimes under Kaiser), and Lifewise insurance of WA. If you are not sure please call your insurance company to see if I am in network. My private pay fee is $145 for individual sessions and $155 for couples sessions. My client hours are Monday – Friday from 10:00 – 3:00. * I refer out for a few things including addiction, legal issues, current / recent history of domestic violence, current suicidality / hospitalizations. If any apply I am happy to help with referrals!


    Kirsten Devlin is a psychotherapist and EMDR certified counselor serving Tacoma, Washington. Since 1999, she has helped individuals and couples (LGBTQ included) face issues such as:

    • Depression and Anxiety
    • OCD / PTSD
    • Couple / Communication
    • Sex / Intimacy
    • Finding a parter / Dating
    • Codependency
    • Family / Parenting struggles
    • Guilt, regret
    • Self esteem / Confidence
    • Stress management
    • Trauma / Childhood abuse
    • Grief and loss
    • Coping with illness / Pain
    • Focus / Procrastination
    • Career / Work stress
    • Personal growth