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Sound Psychotherapy & Assessment, LLC
SIERRA SWING, PSYD LICENSED CLINICAL & FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGIST
About Dr. Swing

Dr. Swing is a licensed clinical and forensic psychologist in private practice specializing in individual and couples therapy, as well as a wide range of psychological evaluative services. She works part-time as a Primary Care Behavioral Health Consultant at HealthPoint in South King County where she provides brief therapy for individuals, couples, and families, as well as group therapy and consultative services. She also trains and supervises doctoral students in the field of psychology and runs a growing group practice, Sound Psychotherapy & Assessment, which you can read more about here: https://www.soundpsychotherapyandassessment.com/

Receiving a doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Argosy University Seattle in 2008, Dr Swing specialized in the treatment of trauma and forensic evaluation services. She has extensive experience providing a wide range of psychological evaluations, working with the consequences of adverse childhood experiences and trauma, as well as seeing clients who struggle with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, adjustment and life transitions, addictive behaviors, stress, chronic pain, health issues, dissociative disorders, and grief and loss. Her experience in integrative care settings and health psychology has helped to inform her ability to appropriately and comprehensively address the biological, psychological, and social aspects of health and well-being. 

Dr. Swing is certified in using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) for trauma treatment and other areas of distress. She is also a trained and experienced provider in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). While her therapeutic approach is individually tailored to meet her client's needs, she often utilizes feminist and person-centered techniques, which focus on empowerment, acceptance, and collaboration in the therapeutic relationship.