About Erik Bohlin, M.A.
 

Erik Bohlin CounselorErik Bohlin, M.A. has helped hundreds of individuals find healing and wellness best for their lives over the past 20 years as a counselor. Believing that God is the source of all healing, he integrates Biblical principles with clinical skills to improve the quality of relationships of those he serves. Erik works from a wellness model helping people get unstuck from unhealthy patterns. He is licensed in the State of Washington and Nationally Certified Counselor with the National Board of Certified Counselors.  His sensitivity with a touch of humor makes him a popular speaker in the Pacific Northwest.

 



Education
 

MASTER OF ARTS, Community and Clinical Psychology, Chapman University, Orange, California, graduated 4.0 GPA

BACHELOR OF ARTS, Behavioral Sciences, Northwest College, Kirkland, Washington, graduated Magna Cum Laude

 

 

CERTIFIED PRACTITIONER, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Southwest Institute of NLP, Seattle, Washington

MASTER PRACTITIONER, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) NLP Learning Center, Seattle, Washington

 

CERTIFICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIPS

Nationally Certified Counselor -- National Board of Certified Counselors (NBCC)

Master Addictions Counselor -- (NAADAC-Association for Addiction Professionals)

Chemical Dependency Professionals of Washington State  (CDPWS)

Institute for Medicine, Psychology and Religion (IMPR)

 




Experience
People do well with someone they can trust and who have experience.  Without experience we are re-creating the wheel.  This sometimes happens with well meaning therapists, where they don't really understand what the nature of compulsive spending and debting are.

With experience professional and personally, Erik is able to help get out of the cycle of compulsive spending, debting and underearning.   Working people people with alcoholism, drug dependency, sexual addition and gambling he found that often people had money issues.  Very similar to compulsive overeating, the compulsive spender doesn't really track their spending just like the overeater doesn't really know how much and how many calories are in their food. 

Many say to me, that the counselors before me were nice, but didn't really understand how to help.  It is more than just saying, "budget" or "don't spend more than you have."  There is something emotionally happening that needs to be addressed.  A little bit of experience of what works goes a long way. 

Erik Bohlin, M.A. has been in private practice over 20 years in Washington State.  Call him today to start the process of financial solvency and peace of mind.  Erik Bohlin, M.A. 425-334-8916



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