Daniel A. Arteaga MS, LMFT


Philosophy of Care

Narrative Theory informs my practice and may help clients discover new meaning to their life story. I work alongside clients to deconstruct and reconstruct the manner in which they choose to tell these stories, and step into their future. I aim to facilitate mapping or remapping, the connections between the mind, body, and soul to help alleviate depression, anxiety, and/or trauma which can cast dark and painful shadows on our lives. 

My therapeutic work is grounded in Satir Experiential Therapy. This method focuses on the universally understood healing power of love and uses it to increases a person's sense of self-esteem and self-worth. A greater sense of confidence may naturally follow. Through empathy, paramount respect for humanity, and some gentle guiding, we can hope to incur positive life changes toward personalized goals.

Education and Licensure

MS in Marriage and Family Therapy, Seattle Pacific University, 2018

BA in Psychology, University of Washington, 2016

Certificate of Graduation, Integrated Program, The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, Los Angeles, 2009

LMFT Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, 2020

Gottman Couples Training, Level One 

Trauma and Yoga Informed Satir Experiential Certification

Specialties and Modalities



Relationship Issues


Teen Issues

Cultural Challenges

CBT Interventions


To get an appointment scheduled with Daniel Arteaga, give us a call at (425) 242-6267.