Mysti Coccia-Eddy currently servies as Adjunct Faculty, supervising counseling students. In addition, she has a private psychotherapy practice in Seattle, and offers clinical supervision to associate licensees.
Psychology BA from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Certificate in Early Childhood Development
MA in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in Child, Couple and Family Therapy, Antioch University
Post-graduate certification trainings in Infant and Maternal Mental Health and Child-Parent Psychotherapy, as well as various intensives in trauma treatment and EMDR (particularly Attachment-Focused)
Clinical supervision and consultation
Developmental trauma, positive psychology, Internal Family Systems ("parts work"), Attachment-Focused EMDR
Clinical Modalitites Supervised:
Mental Health Counseling
Past Professional Experience:
Before transitioning to private practice at the beginning of 2012, Coccia-Eddy worked in non-profit settings with individuals, families and children.
American and Washington Mental Health Counselors Associations, Perinatal Support Washington