Dr. Kylie Coleman received her doctorate in clinical
psychology from George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon,
and has experience working in a variety of clinical settings,
including inpatient psychiatric hospital, outpatient
psychiatric services, community mental health, residential
services, and university counseling.

Dr. Coleman provides culturally sensitive services and works
from a relational, psychodynamic, attachment-based
treatment approach. Where appropriate, she also utilizes
integrative interventions that draw from emotion-focused
therapy, mindfulness-based therapy, and dialectical behavior
therapy.

Dr. Coleman is passionate about working with family of
origin issues, and ongoing attachment/relationship
difficulties. Additionally, Dr. Coleman works with individuals
with borderline personality disorder, individuals who
identify on the autism spectrum, as well as trauma-related
issues and spiritual integration. Dr. Coleman works with
children and adults of all ages, as well as couples and families.

Dr. Coleman lives in Tacoma with her partner and two dogs,
where she also enjoys rock climbing, mountaineering, and
exploring the beautiful Pacific Northwest and South Sound
area.


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