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If you would like to get a personal experience of who I am, my style of counseling, and explore if I am the best choice of therapist for you, please contact me below.
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I am happy to answer more specific questions about therapy, my approach, and any other concerns you might have. Contact me to schedule a 20 minute free consultation.
My private practice office is near downtown Bellevue, just north of Overlake Hospital. I offer evening and daytime appointments to fit conveniently into your schedule.
Phone 425 / 442-0324
If I am not available when you call, please leave a message with a good time to call you back and I will contact you at my earliest opportunity. Don’t forget to leave your phone number!
Feel free to send an email explaining what you are looking for and I will reply with a phone call within 24 hours. If there is a convenient time when you can talk freely please be sure to indicate that in your email.
Barbara Witkow, LMHC.
1611 116th Ave NE Suite 100
Bellevue, WA 98004
Directions: (View Map below) Campus Office Park is just north of Overlake Hospital.
Heading SOUTH on the 405 freeway: Take the NE 8th St. exit and turn left from the 405 freeway onto NE 8th St. Turn left at the first light which is 116th Ave NE.
Heading NORTH on the 405 freeway: Take the NE 4th Street exit and turn right to the light where you turn left onto 116th Ave NE.
Drive past the hospital, cross NE 12th St., then turn left at the third driveway into Campus Office Park. Drive around to the right and my building is straight ahead. My office is the first office Suite 100 on the right as you enter the building. Open free parking.
If you are experiencing a mental health crisis and need to speak with someone immediately, please contact the CARE Crisis Line at 425-258-4357 or 800-584-3578. As always, in the event of a life-threatening emergency, immediately call 911 to access necessary help.
425 - 442-0324
“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”
Lao-tzu Chinese philosopher (604 BC – 531 BC)