WHAT IS MIDPOINT COUNSELING?
Midpoint Counseling is a resource for people looking to better manage problems with anxiety. It’s a place for you to freely explore what is keeping you stuck and find new ways of engaging in the world. Building new skills and reversing old patterns takes time and practice, but we’re here to help you through it and know where to focus. You’ve spent enough time struggling on your own. Continue reading to learn more about how we can help.
We are dedicated to helping people find a more centered approach to greater emotional wellness. Join us in committing to better health together to help you feel more focused and confident in reaching your goals. Serving Bellevue and the greater Seattle area.
To our clients
Our priority is to provide up-to-date and empirically-informed information on effective approaches for improving relationships and mental health. We want everyone who needs help to feel accepted and supported in ways that are important to them.
Life gets crazy. We know that. But, at the very least, we should be dedicated to prioritizing time for our mental health and emotional wellbeing. You may feel nervous about starting, but we'll work at your pace to move you toward growth.
Anxiety can be difficult to talk about. We emphasize a compassionate, non-judgmental atmosphere and actively encourage feedback to ensure an effective and personalized approach to treatment. Our approach is accessible and easy to follow to help you create meaningful change.
Jason Peruchini, LMFT, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and owner of Midpoint Counseling. He holds special interest in treating problems with anxiety that contribute to mental health and relationship issues, and integrates current research into personalized action plans with clear communication about the rationale for each approach.
Jason maintains an active practice and works with other health professionals in the Bellevue area to best support clients’ needs. He is a member of the American Association For Marriage and Family Therapy, and The Association For Contextual and Behavioral Sciences where he commits to providing accurate information on best practices.