Individual Therapy

Do any of these sound familiar?

  • “I feel down, anxious, or angry”
  • “Sometimes I get stuck in a place where I can’t see any hope”
  • “What I do doesn’t seem to make a difference”

What Individual Therapy Can Do For You

Are you feeling down, frustrated, defeated? Are you fine, but just want to grow and make more of your life? Having a place to talk and an accepting listener is a major step towards change. Therapy can help you face the stuff inside that clouds your vision, affects how you came across to others, and gets in the way of taking action. You can find your way through depression, loneliness, and frustration to the hopeful pathway you want to be on.

Phone: +1 (206) 854-7349 | Email:

Here are some of the areas that I can help you with:

  • Finding hope
  • Trusting and valuing yourself
  • Facing effort and fear and taking the action you want
  • Healing the reactive habits that come from a dysfunctional family
  • Putting traumatic past events to rest
  • Developing assertiveness
  • Managing anger
Alan Barclay, MA, LMFTA, Couples Counseling in Federal Way

Alan Barclay, MA, LMFTA Individual and Couples Counseling in Federal Way

Hi, I’m Alan:

I help individuals with counseling services here in Federal Way. If you are running into roadblocks to happiness and action, therapy can help you create the life you want.

Through conversation, visualization, and mindfulness practices, I’ll help you identify and change the unconscious reactions and perception filters that are getting in your way. We’ll work together at your pace, on your goals, in a safe, confidential space.

Schedule an appointment: email or call +1 (206) 854-7349.

Hours and Address

Friday, 10am to 7pm
Saturday, 10am to 2pm
202 South 348th Street, Suite 2
Federal Way, WA 98003

Alan Barclay, MA, LMFTA
Liberation Therapy
Individual and Couples Therapy

Schedule an appointment or ask a question: email or call +1 (206) 854-7349.

(To read about couples therapy services, click here.)

Individual and Couples therapy in Federal Way, verified by Psychology Today