My approach to therapy is to integrate evidence based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Radically Open Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. I treat every individual differently to meet their needs with where they are in iife. I also strongly believe that the therapy relationship should always be collaborative.  

My main focus of practice is with Eating Disorders. I have additional training and experience  working with anxiety, depression, family issues, behavioral struggles, trauma, LGBTQ+ community, self harm, and life transitions.

I received my Bachelors Degree in Social Service and my Masters degree in Mental health Counseling both from Central Washington University. 

I strongly believe that every person seeking therapy should feel a connection with their therapist and feel comfortable in the therapeutic relationship. I think it is important that in our first meeting we both get to know each other and see if we will be a good match. If we are not a good match I always encourage clients to seek someone else who might fit their needs better and something I am willing to help with as much as possible. Your comfort in therapy is what matters to help break through the barriers that you are seeking help for. 


To contact Stephanie directly email Stephanie@TransformativeCFS.com or call 253-363-9243




​Call 425-390-4677 to make an appointment.

Stephanie Stanton, MS LMHC