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Rachel McEvoy, she / her
Rachel is a licensed clinical social worker (LW61070393) in the State of Washington and is passionate about supporting clients in their journey as they develop a deeper understanding of their own identity and build a life that feels true to them.
College Student and Young Adult Issues
Processing family of origin
Coping with type 1 diabetes and other chronic illness
Meet the Team
A Bit About Rachel
Rachel has worked in a variety of settings with diverse population groups including the non profit sector with newly arriving refugees and homeless families, outpatient and residential mental health providing DBT skills groups to adolescents, and hospital and clinic based medical settings providing psychosocial support to families with a child or teen with a medical condition. While working in the Diabetes clinic at Seattle Children's Hospital Rachel developed a love for working with teens and young adults diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes and their parents.
Rachel is a strengths-based clinician that believes her clients are the true experts of their lives, and therefore takes a collaborative approach to working with clients. She has training and experience in a variety of evidenced based practices (EBPs) including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. She enjoys taking a client based approach of utilizing aspects of each of these EBPs in a way that meets the client’s unique needs; however, can offer a more standardized curriculum version of these EBPs if requested.
Outside of work Rachel loves to travel and eat good food with her family and friends. She is the mother to three precious daughters. Her oldest daughter, Mira Azalea, died shortly after birth due to medical complications. Her three daughters invite her to hold the both/and of loss and gratitude, pain and joy, everyday.
Alia Paget, She/Her
Alia is a licensed clinical social worker (LW 1020772) with a passion for guiding clients on their path to greater well-being and understanding of themselves.
General anxiety and depression
Stress and life transitions
Self esteem, body image
Relationship with food, including disordered eating
Type 1 Diabetes and other chronic illness
A Bit About Alia
With over seven years of experience in a variety of clinical settings, Alia is dedicated to providing a safe and supportive space for clients to explore their challenges and cultivate their strengths. She believes that we all are inherently resilient and have the capacity for positive change. She takes a strengths-based, collaborative approach and sees each individual as the expert of their own life. Practically, this means that Alia will walk alongside you and provide assistance and space for you to identify, set, and achieve your goals. As a social worker, Alia is trained in systems theory, which takes a holistic approach to understanding an individual’s unique circumstances.
Alia is in the process of completing a year long eating disorders certificate through the Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Counseling, a program that takes an inclusive, weight-neutral, Health At Every Size approach that challenges harmful systemic biases directed at larger bodies.
Outside of work, Alia enjoys reading, listening to podcasts, checking out new restaurants in Seattle, and walks with her dog Asher.
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