Heather Stringer

Heather Stringer, LMHC

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Heather Stringer is a therapist, artist, and ritual maker. She is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Seattle, WA. She completed her M.A. in Counseling Psychology at The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology and the Externship Program at The Allender Center. She received a BFA in painting from Columbia College.

She believes that when we are intentional about engaging our bodies, memories, and communities (both spiritual and earthly), a softening and opening for healing and change are possible. We are meant to be witnessed, both in our memories and our bodies in order to reshape how we love ourselves and those around us. Heather’s work in any arena — art, therapy, or ritual making — involves intuitive listening, prayer, and curating mutual creativity.

She is married to Jay Stringer, a fellow therapist and writer, and they have two wonderful babes, Amos Muir and Iona Kennedy. You can find her professional work at We Are Temples.