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Garret Holley, LPC


Garret is a graduate in Marriage and Family Counseling from Gonzaga University. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor, both in the states of Virginia and Washington. He works primarily with couples but also works regularly with individuals; with a background of working with adolescent and young kids from his earlier years of working within the counseling setting and church settings. He utilizes an integration of methods that are informed in emotion, somatic, and trauma-processing based work. His methods are informed by Internal Family Systems, Attachment Theory, Narrative, and Psychodynamic. He is trained in Emotion Focused Individual Therapy, Lifespan Integration, and Gottman Methods. 

"Whenever I am given the opportunity to work with someone, I see it as an immense honor; full of sacred findings and assisting someone rediscovering pieces to a narrative that is theirs.  I believe healing happens in the context of safe connection with others; one of those contexts being found within a therapist's office. Starting therapy can feel nerve-wracking to begin with many questions and hesitations. Together, we can collaborate on what is most meaningful to your healing and integration of self and others. I encourage you to lean in and be as open as possible throughout the process of exploring your story. I look forward to meeting you and experiencing the great privilege of journeying alongside you."

Garret Holley, LPC

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