Maggie Holland is a licensed mental health counselor who runs a virtual private practice within Washington State. Her practice predominantly serves women struggling with anxiety disorders, panic disorders, and perinatal mental health concerns. Maggie has post-graduate training in perinatal mood and anxiety disorders and is currently working on training in somatic-based therapy. In her work, Maggie uses a combination of person-centered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), somatic-based approaches, as well as a large focus on mindfulness.
Maggie has also received extensive training and experience in working with individuals who have experienced traumatic life events. Heavily focusing on a CBT and narrative approach, Maggie is passionate about helping individuals work through past life events that interfere with their lives. Maggie also works with individuals struggling with attachment-based relational trauma, including working with adult children of alcoholic, narcissistic, and borderline parents. To do this, Maggie pulls from attachment theory, existentialism, phenomenology, and principles of assertiveness training.