Leslie Hall, MHC-LP

Leslie was born and raised in Seattle. She attended the University of San Diego for her undergraduate degree in International Relations. After working 8 years in the corporate world and in non-profits, Leslie went on to complete her Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Seattle University.

Leslie has worked in several settings, and has gained expertise in working with adults struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship concerns, ADHD, and more. She has worked with couples with several types of relationship identities including those who identify as polyamorous, consensually non-monogamous, or who have alternative relational structures.

Leslie’s approach is kind, compassionate, and non-judgmental. She views the counseling process as collaborative in nature, and tailors her approach based on the needs of her clients. Leslie and her clients examine and challenge individual thoughts and behaviors that impact mental health, as well as broader societal implications, in order to create meaningful change. In addition, Leslie incorporates somatic therapy as a way to foster a connection between the body and mind, and utilizes evidence-informed methods when working with couples to help reduce conflict and enhance connection.

When off the clock, Leslie binges tv series, attends picnics, goes on flat hikes, plays tennis, explores new comedy clubs, and reads food magazines. Leslie believes that fresh air and physical movement contributes to her own mental health and self-care so she loves going on long walks and dancing. Leslie also enjoys listening to pop hits from the last few decades, getting her nails done, and reading tarot cards.

Leslie has volunteered in multiple human rights organizations to connect with her community. As a New Yorker transplant, she is looking forward to finding city events and organizations that she is passionate about.



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