When you or a loved one are in pain it can be a confusing emotional experience for everyone involved. It’s hard to know how to move forward—to heal, grow and feel whole again.

Here To There Therapy is a team of dedicated mental health professionals who provide high quality personalized care in a supportive, respectful, and culturally responsive environment. Working together and with other care providers, we offer integrated care for each member of the family.

We work collaboratively with children, teens, families, and individuals to overcome life’s challenges in a nurturing, safe environment. We will help you move from where you are to where you want to be.

Together, we will identify your personal strengths, and use those strengths to help you achieve your mental health goals. We believe creating change in any one member of the family creates positive changes in the family as a whole.

Sometimes the hardest task is to ask for help. When you are ready, we are here to support you every step of the way from Here to There. 

Carol Pendelton
MA, LMFT,LMHC, CMHS

Linda Holt Ayriss
MA, LMFTA, ATR-P

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Carol Pendleton, MA, LMFT, LMHC, CMHS
Child, Couple, and Family Therapist

(206) 355-8532   Carol@HereToThereTherapy.com

 

As a child, couple, and family therapist, I enjoy working with children and teenagers and their families to help them increase experiences of connection and trust. I also enjoy working with adults individually or in couple’s therapy to help them work towards their goals. I primarily work from family systems, trauma focused, and strength based perspectives.

 

I work closely with parents, offering functional behavior analyses, parenting strategies, and ongoing parenting support to assist in developing advanced parenting skills to address their children’s behaviors. I provide children therapy within the family context.

 

I offer school advocacy services to help families access educational support and services such as IEP’s and 504 Plans and to address bullying issues. I also help children who struggle with symptoms of ADHD to develop and strengthen executive functioning skills.

 

I provide couple’s therapy primarily by helping couples understand and shift their relational patterns to increase individual responsibility and relational connection. As a Gottman Bringing Baby Home Educator, I enjoy working with couples as they transition to parenthood through birth, adoption, or by the creation of blended families.  Additionally, I work with separated/divorced couples to develop effective co-parenting relationships.

 

Education
2012 MA, Applied Psychology in Couple and Family Therapy

Antioch University, Seattle

 

Professional Credentials

  • Licensed Marriage Family Therapist (License #LC60510763)
  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (License #LH60672449)
  • AAMFT Approved Supervisor
  • AAMFT Clinical Fellow
  • Child Mental Health Specialist
  • Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator
  • Certified Prepare-Enrich Couple’s Counselor
  • Gottman Bringing Baby Home Educator
  • Affiliate Faculty, Antioch University, Seattle

 

Specialties
I completed advanced clinical training in Bowen Family Systems Couples Therapy, Gottman Method Couples therapy, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I completed an intensive certification program in Somatic Transformation Therapy, which explores and treats the physiological and psychological effects of complex traumatic experiences.

 

Finances

  • In-network provider with Regence, Premera and Kaiser
  • Out of network insurance rate: $130 per hour
  • Statements provided upon request for out of network insurance reimbursement
  • Sliding Fee Scale available based on need

 

Location and Availability

  • Office location: 334 Ericksen Avenue NE on Bainbridge Island
  • Office Hours: Appointments are available on weekdays. Some evening and weekday appointments are available

 

Linda Holt Ayriss, MA, LMFTA, ATR-P
Child, Couple & Family Therapy / Art Therapy

Linda Holt Ayriss: (206) 714-0450   Linda@HereToThereTherapy.com

 

As a licensed marriage and family therapist associate and art therapist, I enjoy working with children, adolescents, couples and families in a collaborative process to explore concerns and challenges that have arisen in their lives.

 

I work from a strength-based, family oriented perspective. I utilize opportunities to reframe negative family dynamics and emphasize positive strengths to find the possibility of hope.

 

In addition to traditional therapy, sessions may also include art therapy, as I have often found this helpful when words alone may not be enough to express difficult thoughts and feelings. All ages and abilities can benefit from art therapy. As one elderly client described this experience, “This is not painting class, it’s art for the mind.” The process of creating art can be healing in itself. Creating art can become a pathway to self-discovery, identity, and increased self-esteem.

 

My experience includes helping children and families who struggle with anxiety, depression, ADHD, grief and loss, trauma, identity formation, relationship conflicts, and difficult life transitions. I also work closely with parents and schools to advocate for children and teens with educational, behavioral and emotional needs, such as IEP’s and 504 plans.  I have used art therapy to help with elders living with dementia to create significant gains in mood, memory, and cognition.

 

I believe in fostering a supportive connection between thoughts and feelings to create the possibilities for insight, hope and positive change.

 

 

Professional Credentials

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate (License #MG60705368)

 

Art Therapist (Provisional License #17-202)

 

I co-authored and conducted a yearlong research study with using art therapy with elders: Creating a Pictorial Lifebook to evoke gerotranscendence in elderly individuals with dementia. This research was presented at the 9th Geneva Conference on Person-Centered Medicine: Integrated Care through the Life Course, Geneva University Hospital and World Health Organization.

 

Education

2016, MA in Couples and Family Therapy with Art Therapy

 

Antioch University, Seattle

 

Specialties

  • Art Therapy
  • Working with children, teens, and families
  • Elders: End of life and Alzheimer’s

 

Finances

  • Rate: $100 per hour
  • Statements provided upon request for out of network insurance reimbursement
  • Sliding Fee Scale available based on need

 

Location and Availability

  • Office location: 334 Ericksen Avenue NE on Bainbridge Island
  • Some evening appointments available

 

 

 

We are located at 334 Ericksen Avenue NE on Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

 

Carol Pendleton: (206) 355-8532   Carol@HereToThereTherapy.com
Linda Holt Ayriss: (206) 714-0450   Linda@HereToThereTherapy.com
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