It’s time to be seen.

It’s time to be heard.

You don’t deserve to live with emotional pain. Through the Woods offers counseling for veterans, women, people of color, and couples.

Welcome to Your Journey Towards Healing

Meet Rosalind Herrington-Moxon: LMFTA, LMHCA

Hello, and a warm welcome! I'm thrilled you've found your way here. My name is Rosalind Herrington-Moxon, a licensed mental health counselor associate (LMHCA) and a steadfast believer in the power of transformation. Offering online therapy to clients throughout Washington State, I extend my services to those ready to liberate themselves from emotional pain and eager to embark on a journey toward authenticity, empowerment, and self-worth.

My aim is simple: I want you to feel seen, heard, and deeply understood. And above all, I want you to recognize that you are fully equipped to turn the page to a new chapter where you are the author of your story. As you explore my website, you'll find it reflects my therapeutic approach and ethos. It offers a glimpse into who I am and the services I provide. I highly recommend spending some time on the "Frequently Asked Questions" page to answer any queries you may have.

You are not alone on this journey. I look forward to learning more about you, and it would be a privilege to partner with you as you navigate the path toward your most authentic life.

So, here's to your journey – the challenges, the victories, and every transformative moment in between. Welcome!

Rosalind Herrington-Moxon 2023

"The only way out is through."

~ Robert Frost

Compassionate Counseling for People of Color

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Today’s cultural climate is taxing. Your life matters. Through the Woods offers counseling that’s sensitive to cultural issues and the experiences of people of color.

Counseling at Through the Woods lets you process trauma, think out loud in a safe place, and truly feel seen. Let your experience be witnessed.

Spirtually Present Counseling

Rosalind is a woman of faith. She serves individuals with backgrounds in many spiritual belief systems as well as those without.

She encourages healing from the inside out and is comfortable bringing prayer into a counseling session if her clients are inclined.

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Healing Trauma in Veterans

If you’ve served in the military, odds are high you have some degree of mental and emotional distress caused by difficult experiences.

Being a combat soldier in the Army gave Rosalind a personal frame of reference for experiences like these. She welcomes veterans to speak freely about what’s in their hearts and on their minds. She helps them feel seen and heard and helps them heal.

As a Discernment Counselor I am trained to help couples discern, in one to five sessions, whether they will continue down the same path, decide to separate or divorce, or make a six-month concerted effort in couples therapy with divorce off the table.