Anne Duroe

Practice Focus: 
Interpersonal Relationships

We all struggle at times in our lives, and when we find ourselves in a difficult place, it can feel lonely.  Although it can be daunting to reach out and seek therapy when you aren’t feeling like yourself, taking this important step at precisely these moments can lead to meaningful healing and growth. 

I see therapy as a collaborative process to which I bring perspective, expertise and deep respect, and to which you bring your own unique strengths and self-knowledge.  I’ve found that people often know on some level what they need, and our work together can help to bring that inner wisdom into focus.

In the context of a safe, confidential therapeutic relationship, it becomes possible to examine your experience more fully, allowing you to to identify what is getting in your way and to tune into your strengths and creativity in new ways.  This process can help you feel better in the short term, and can also lead to deeper change that sets the stage for enduring resilience.

I have provided counseling for a range of issues, including anxiety, depression, interpersonal relationships, stress, and self-esteem for 11 years.  A particular focus of mine is helping men and women heal from traumatic experiences.

If you have questions or want to make an appointment, please call 206-524-9055.  I look forward to talking with you.