Last edited 10/21/2021
Maggie Holland LMHC
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What would be important for someone to know about working with you?
Most of the important things to know about working with me is that I am going to bring my genuine self into our sessions every single time -- we're going to laugh, we might cry, and we're definitely going to work hard. But it's also important to know that I do not tend to sit in an *expert* role that always tells you what to do. Yes, I'm highly trained and will give you as much expertise as I can, but YOU are the expert on YOU, and you have to be involved for this process to work. Collaboration, humor, real feelings, and real hard work are how I roll in sessions.
What does a first session with you look like?
Our first session, or "intake", will look mostly like me getting to know you better and talking through what is bringing you to therapy. We go over the paperwork that you fill out prior to our intake session, and I usually ask questions to get a clearer/broader picture of what you answered. Our first session is all about setting the foundation for our work together, and it tends to be more informal and getting to know each other. Easy peasy!
If there was one thing you wish people knew about the therapy experience who might be hesitant to try it, what would that be?
First of all, I truly believe every person can benefit from therapy. We should all have a therapist we know and trust that we can go to when things aren't going well. That being said, I think for those who are hesitant to try therapy it could be helpful to know that therapy isn't an invasive and constantly awful process of digging into your past. Therapists listen to your input, and if things are moving too slowly or quickly, they should be open to adjusting things so it isn't overwhelming. Also, therapists are not mind readers! We only know as much as you tell us, so if there's something you aren't ready to talk about yet, that's okay! Therapy is what you make it -- we absolutely can extensively dig through your childhood...or we can just be a supportive and listening ear while you vent about something from your week. Therapists are here to help you deal with the stressors in your life, no matter what they are.
Pregnancy, perinatal, & postpartum issues
Types of Therapy
Young Adults (18-24)
Treatment Approaches / Modalities
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Strength Based Therapy
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
Training / Certifications
Certified CBT+ Clinician (Anxiety disorders, Depression, Behavior Management and Trauma-Focused CBT)
Perinatal Mental Health Certification (PMH-C) - In progress
- Washington, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, LH.61145282
Master's of Arts Degree is Psychology, Existential and Phenomenological Psychology, Seattle University
Frequently Asked Questions About Maggie Holland, LMHC
It’s not uncommon to have questions before starting therapy. Maggie Holland, LMHC, has answered a few of the questions they receive most often from new clients.
Is Maggie Holland accepting new clients?
Yes, Maggie Holland is accepting new clients.
Does Maggie Holland accept insurance?
No, Maggie Holland does not accept insurance.
What types of therapy does Maggie Holland offer?
Maggie Holland offers therapy for individuals.
Does Maggie Holland offer in-person appointments?
No, but people in Washington can book Maggie Holland for virtual appointments (teletherapy).
Does Maggie Holland offer online therapy?
Yes, Maggie Holland offers online therapy to people in Washington.
How quickly can I see Maggie Holland?
Maggie Holland typically can speak with new clients within 48 hours. You can see their current availability and request an appointment on their profile page.
What languages does Maggie Holland speak?
Maggie Holland conducts therapy sessions in English.
Can I book an appointment with Maggie Holland online?
Yes, you can easily book an appointment with Maggie Holland online using Choosing Therapy’s directory.