Erica Hunt, Psy.D.
Dr. Hunt's link to her telehealth site is: https://doxy.me/drericahunt
I graduated in 2007 from Pacific University having completed my Psy.D in Clinical Psychology.
I am a licensed psychologist and licensed mental health counselor in Washington state. I’ve spent the last 13 years working with individuals and families in crisis, with serious mental illness, and with co-occurring substance use and/or chronic pain and health conditions.
My experience includes past work as a Clinical Director and Chief Clinical Officer for a large community behavioral health organization. Professional affiliations include membership in American Psychological Association, Washington Psychological Association, and the American Mental Health Counselors Association.
THANK YOU! And I look forward to meeting with you.
Dr. Hunt can be reached at 360-414-8600 ext 159.
A personal word from Dr. Hunt
Welcome! I would be honored to meet with you to discuss how we will work together. If you are looking for psychological services, I assume that you or a loved one are likely feeling depressed, anxious, or disconnected.
Perhaps you have experienced negative events that have led to you to feeling lost about how to move forward in a positive way. I believe that we all have unique strengths that we tend to overlook when feeling stressed. Rather than focusing on the question, “what is wrong with me?”, I will work with you to help find or rediscover your strengths so that you can feel successful and fulfilled in life.
I specifically work with adults 18+ experiencing depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, trauma, PTSD, personality disorders, and chronic pain. I use a framework to help people find patterns in life that continue to introduce them to their current day-to-day and hold them back. Utilizing cognitive-behavioral techniques, I will give you concrete ways to address thinking patterns and behaviors that are holding you back so that you can feel better control in the future.
If you have experienced a traumatic event and are experiencing nightmares, flashbacks, PTSD, or general after-effects from this trauma we can also determine if EMDR* could be an effective treatment option. I am happy to speak with you further to answer any questions that you might have.
“The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong at the broken places.” ~Ernest Hemingway
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