Maggie Holland MA, MHP, LMHC


Licensing & Certifications:

  • Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)
  • Licensed Mental Health Professional (MHP)
  • Certified CBT+ Clinician for Anxiety, Depression, Trauma and Child Behavior Management
  • Certified Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Provider
  • Perinatal Mental Health Certification (PMH-C) through Postpartum Support International

Professional Background

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.


  • Seattle University, Master’s of Arts, Psychology (Existentialism and Phenomenology)
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Areas of Focus

Maggie Holland, MA, MHP, LMHC, is a licensed mental health counselor specializing in anxiety, panic disorders, and perinatal mental health. Running a virtual private practice in Washington State, she uses a blend of CBT, somatic-based approaches, and mindfulness to support her clients.

Maggie Holland utilizes a number of therapeutic approaches, including:

  • Individual Therapy
  • Life Transitions and Adjustment
  • Narcissistic Personality Disorder
  • Parents
  • Adult Children of Alcoholics and Narcissistic
  • Women’s Issues
  • Postpartum Anxiety and OCD
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Anxiety & Panic Disorder
  • Fetal Alcohol and Substance Exposure

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10 Symptoms of Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers

Growing up with a narcissistic mother leaves lasting impacts upon a daughter, including problems in relationships, low self-esteem, perfectionism, people-pleasing, difficulty with emotions, and anxiety and depression. While the impacts can be long-lasting, there are things that you can do to mitigate the impacts, including learning about narcissism, setting boundaries and getting professional support.

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Signs Youre Married to a Narcissist

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A narcissistic spouse is typically manipulative, self-centered, difficult to feel connected to, and may be verbally aggressive or abusive.

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Common Anxiety Triggers and How to Cope With Them

17 Common Anxiety Triggers & How to Cope With Them

Anxiety is a mental health condition that shows up as fear, uncontrollable worry, racing thoughts, and various physical symptoms. While anxiety can relate to a variety of life areas, there are certain things that can spike or trigger anxiety. The first step in coping with anxiety is to identify your personal triggers, and then make a plan to manage your triggers.

October 10, 2021
8 Signs of a Narcissistic Mother in Law & How to Cope

8 Signs of a Narcissistic Mother-in-Law & How to Cope

While it sometimes can be difficult to pinpoint a narcissistic mother-in-law, there are some telltale signs that you can look for, such as a need for admiration, lack of empathy, and a high opinion of herself. It can be difficult to cope with this relationship, but you can protect yourself by setting healthy boundaries and strengthening your communication with your spouse.

October 10, 2021