Focus of Care
I help couples strengthen their intimate relationships, recover from past hardships, and improve family satisfaction with their children. My practice provides up-to-date information on effective approaches for building trust and intimacy, managing conflict, and solving problems together as a team to create satisfying and loving relationships.
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist, and parent coach for families struggling with anxiety and depression. My priority is on providing relationship-building strategies to reduce stress and help you find the stability and connection you’ve been craving. Knowing how to use these tools can help you avoid common pitfalls and create meaningful change.
If you are wondering how to best support your family’s needs, or feel strained in your relationship with your partner, please click on the scheduling tab to set up a consultation with me.
Jason Peruchini, LMFT, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and owner of Midpoint Counseling. He has received advanced training in working with struggling couples using The Gottman Method and Emotionally Focused Therapy, two of the most well-researched methods for repairing strained relationships. He also works collaboratively with families using direct, easy-to-follow methods for addressing issues of depression and anxiety in youth. Jason emphasizes a compassionate, non-judgmental approach with clients and actively encourages feedback to ensure an effective and personalized approach to treatment.
Jason began his interest in family therapy at the University of Washington where he observed and studied family skills training groups with parents and teens struggling with difficult-to-manage behaviors. He received his Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from The Family Institute at Northwestern University along with advanced training in current mindfulness and behavior therapies. Jason has provided couples therapy and family therapy within community mental health settings and created Midpoint Counseling in 2018, which is dedicated to the growth of couples and families seeking greater closeness, purpose, and stability in their lives.
Today Jason maintains an active practice and works with other health professionals in the Kirkland area to best support client’s needs. Jason 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 up-to-date information on best practices.