About Erik

Erik Willis completed his Master of Counseling degree and passed the National Counselor Examination, earning his NCC designation. He is currently seeking licensure. Erik is passionate about helping people become fully functioning, happy, healthy human beings—fully alive. Erik practices an eclectic style of counseling that combines Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioral, and Person-Centered theory and techniques that he tailors to each person or couple and situation. He is insightful, respectful of diverse value systems and worldviews, and is committed to helping clients change.

Prior to earning his degree in Counseling, Erik earned a Bachelor’s degree in Technical Communication from the University of Washington.

Safe

Erik believes that a compassionate caring environment helps clients feel safe to work through the change that they want to accomplish.

Ethical

Erik believes in the ethical treatment of his clients and is committed to helping them accomplish their goals.

Respectful

Erik is aware of the multicultural diversity present in today’s society and is committed to respectful treatment of diverse cultures.

Tailored Treatment Approach

Erik believes that treatment ought to be tailored to the client because each person is unique and special. This means that he practices an eclectic style that he tailors to each unique individual.

Contact Erik for information or to schedule an appointment.

News & Articles

[1806.02404] Dissolving the Fermi Paradox

Source: [1806.02404] Dissolving the Fermi Paradox Is there intelligent life in the universe besides our own? Famous scientists such as the late Steven Hawking conclude that intelligent life probably exists. From a statistical perspective, the sheer number of galaxies, solar systems, and habitable planets in existence means that in all likelihood we are not alone. …

Dads Pass On More Than Genetics in Their Sperm | Science | Smithsonian

Source: Dads Pass On More Than Genetics in Their Sperm | Science | Smithsonian This is a very interesting article on how a man’s lifestyle can affect his kids. The way a man lives today actually changes the expression of his child’s DNA. It’s yet another reminder to care for ourselves, our minds and bodies, …

Even a 10-Minute Walk May Be Good for the Brain – The New York Times

Source: Even a 10-Minute Walk May Be Good for the Brain – The New York Times Lightly working out can give your brain a boost. Scientists studied the memory recall of college students in this study and found that after ligh exercise, their memory was better after exercise than not. Even light exercise improves brain …