Seasons Counseling Northwest


Accepting New Clients for Virtual Therapy

South puget sound based individual and couples counselor, Megan, believes that each season of one’s life presents new challenges and opportunities for growth.

Megan understands that with the right support system and therapeutic approach, one can discover unhelpful patterns and overcome roadblocks and challenges as individuals and couples. As a licensed mental health professional, Megan brings to her work knowledge, understanding, and experience for those seeking to build secure attachments within their relationships. Megan helps clients explore difficult life challenges, develop new skill sets, and implement realistic strategies for positive change in one’s life. Megan was fortunate to be trained by one of the only certified Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) counselors in Pierce county, Lea Sullivan, LMHC and continues to receive guidance and supervision on a regular basis.

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Bachelor of Arts, Exercise Science, Western Washington University
Master of Arts, Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Antioch University


American Counseling Association
Chi Sigma Iota Honors Society
Pierce County Counselors Association
Psychology Today
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Megan Moeller, LMHC-A


Megan offers both individual and couples counseling.

Megan’s therapeutic approaches are drawn from training in a variety of modalities including:

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Emotionally Focused Therapy
Family Systems Therapy
Certified Facilitator of Prepare Enrich Premarital & Marriage Counseling
Solution Focused Therapy
Trauma Informed Therapy

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Life is about possibilities. Feeling that there are possibilities gives one hope that life will get better. At times, one can feel like it’s harder to see these possibilities. Individual counseling helps people to navigate through these challenges through proven therapeutic modalities.



The truth is that all relationships take work. It is not uncommon that differences arise between partners; if not addressed in a therapeutic setting, can often lead to disconnection. Emotionally Focused Therapy techniques teaches couples how to see their cycle as the problem, not their partner.



Families can experience conflict for a variety of reasons and navigating the challenges can be overwhelming. Blended families face special challenges while integrating as a couple and through co-parenting of children.  Being a single parent can be particularly challenging as well.  


Grief & Loss

It often comes as a surprise to many that sometimes beginnings, not just endings, can evoke feelings of sadness and loss. Even when there is an anticipated divorce, the finality can be very unsettling and the thought of moving on can be scary.  Grief and loss is experienced anytime there is a significant change in a person’s life.  Some examples include loss of a loved one or pet, loss of the person you once were due to illness or chronic pain, loss of intimacy in a relationship, loss of the freedom you once had, and job loss.