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Happy New Year 2016

Lone hiker with poles running down a narrow ledge of snow on the side of a mountain under sunny skies.
However you spend your New Year’s Eve and Day, we wish you a happy, healthy 2016 from Seattle Direct Counseling. Photo credit by M.L. Nov. 2015. Used with permission.

With the New Year 2016, we wanted to say how thankful and grateful we are to have been a part of helping our clients and their loved ones find connection, growth, mental wellness and fortitude, and new directions for creativity and prosperity.

Our logo is missing from the website, because it was customized in its former state, and all customizations are lost when the website is drifted to a new theme.
Our logo is missing from the website, because it was customized in its former state, and all customizations are lost when the website is drifted to a new theme.

If you are a brand spanking new visitor to our website, Welcome! We are so glad you found your way here.

There are a few items missing, namely our logo design and a couple of “flashy” features that will be rebuilt into the website in early January 2016, namely by Imei (that’s me!), the admin and primary content creator for Seattle Direct Counseling. Don’t worry!

For all the many reasons you may have been drawn to read this post, please know that we are ready to meet you, wherever you’re “at”, whether you are riding high on successes and wish for deeper growth and perspective, coming off a difficult season of loss and grief, or living somewhere in-between. We’re here to help.

For our returning clients, we hope you had enough time off during the holidays to reboot, unplug, and refresh. If not, we believe we can create the space for you during sessions to do all three.

I’ve also provided a Social Media link to another blog I’ve been building in late 2015 focusing on living with Celiac Disease and multiple food allergies. If you or someone you know wants resources, please feel free to share the link to My Allergy Advocate. This resource will be formally launched sometime near August 2016, yet as I have received requests for information, I created this temporary fun blog to make food fun again for the millions of people affected by autoimmune disease and food allergies.

From the two of us to you, we wish you a Happy New Year for 2016!

P.S. I (Imei) am rather proud to say I didn’t break the website during the transition to a mobile-enabled website after all, phew!

By Imei Hsu

Imei Hsu is a mental health counselor, active retired RN, writer, triathlete and arts promoter in the Seattle area and through online services. With 29+ years in healthcare (20+ years in mental health), Imei has a commitment to helping people discover insight into their health, relationships, and connecting. She is the owner of Seattle Direct Counseling and the blog, a presenter and speaker on a variety of psychological topics, and a positive force on the Internet. She is launched her personal project, My Allergy Advocate, in 2018. Imei is two-time Ironman Finisher (Mont-Tremblant 2016, Ironman Canada 2018), and is currently training for her third Ironman in August 2020; she also finished her first ultramarathon in 2017 and has gone on to race the 100K distance while preparing for two separate 100 Mile trail races in 2020. You can find her running everywhere and eating all the thingz, watching movies, and cooking real food.

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