The Psychotherapy Cooperative is a small non-profit therapy organization created in 1996 by several psychology faculty who teach in the Masters Psychology program at Seattle University and by graduates of this program.
The mission of the Psychotherapy Cooperative is to provide affordable counseling and therapy services to those who are not otherwise able to afford these services from therapists in private practice or from community mental health agencies. The goal is to provide quality counseling services where the duration and style of therapy is determined by the needs of the client rather than by limits imposed by insurance companies, managed health care, or limited income.
About Our Therapists
The therapists in the Cooperative are mainly graduates of the Masters of Psychology program at Seattle University. This program emphasizes an in-depth understanding of people within the context of their lives. Each therapist discusses his or her philosophy and approach with clients before treatment begins. The Cooperative therapists are Washington State licensed or registered mental health counselors. Several faculty members of Seattle University Master’s program serve as consultants to the therapists.
Supporting Our Work
The Psychotherapy Cooperative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We are grateful for donations from the community. All monies received go toward the cost of operating the Cooperative. The therapists, supervisors, and board of directors all work on a volunteer basis. If you would like to support our work, click the link below to use paypal or your credit card to make a contribution. Or you may send contributions to the Psychotherapy Cooperative at 2711 East Madison Street, Suite 202, Seattle, WA 98112.