Ami Owen, Clinical Director, PhD, LMFT, CCTP

Philosophy of Care

I specialize in marriage and family counseling and enjoy working with couples, families, and teens. I support couples and families who are struggling to communicate effectively and are having difficulties resolving conflict and/or are trying to better manage and resolve behavioral issues. I understand that unresolved conflict and poor communication skills, lack of self-confidence and self-awareness, as well as low stress tolerance can lead to arguments, tension, anxiety, depression, and exhaustion. We all need healthy and loving relationships in our lives to flourish mentally, physically and spiritually. In addition to working with couples, I really enjoy working with teenagers. Teens in today's culture are bombarded with attacks from social media, marketing and propaganda. Thus, making the transition from adolescence to adulthood difficult which often impacts the entire family. My hope is to create a very intentional space for growth, learning, and healing.

Education and Licensure

Doctorate in Counseling, Clinically Certified Trauma Professional

Masters in Family Therapy, Advanced Emphasis on Children and Trauma

BA in Social Science, Minor in Psychology

LMFT Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist 

Nationally Approved Supervisor, American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (AAMFT)

Approved Supervisor in the State of Washington and Idaho

Specialties and Modalities

Grief and Loss

Marriage Therapy

Couples Counseling and Premarital Sex Therapy

Family Therapy


Adolescent Therapy

Family Conflict


Addiction Counseling

Life Transitions


Family Reunification






Suicidal Ideation

Sexual Abuse

Motivational Interviewing

Solution-Focused Therapy


Life Meaning and Purpose

Experiential Modalities


Narrative Therapy

Behavioral Issues

Coping Skills

Self Esteem

Mood Disorders

Personality Disorders



To set-up an appointment or for a consultation with Ami Owen, give us a call at (425) 242-6267.