Radiant Marriage and Family Therapy PLLC

Collaborative, culturally responsive, trauma-informed, and strengths-based therapy for individuals, couples, and families.
For people who want a better relationship with themselves, with each other, and with those around them.

*COVID19 update: At this time, all sessions are virtual through our secure online Telehealth service until further notice.
*Liz is an Out of Network provider based in Seattle, WA with virtual sessions available for clients residing in Washington, New York, and New Jersey.

Happy Twins

Individual Therapy

Empowerment & Change

Therapy for adults 18+ seeking to grow and to improve their relationships.

Common topics addressed:

  • Anger

  • Depression

  • Family challenges

  • Grief and Loss

  • Health challenges

  • Identity (e.g. race, culture, gender, sexuality, career, etc.)

  • Life transitions (e.g. relocation, job loss/change, relationship changes, etc.)

  • Mild substance abuse

  • Relational distress

  • Stress & Anxiety

Couples Therapy

Prioritizing the Relationship

Relational therapy for long-term, cohabiting, engaged, or married couples.

Common topics addressed:​

  • Communication and conflict

  • Emotional connection and intimacy

  • Life transitions

  • Navigating differences in culture

  • Navigating health and mental health challenges as a couple

  • Relationship transitions and decision making

Family Therapy

In It Together

Relational therapy for sibling or parent-child relationships ages 13 and up.

Common issues addressed:​

  • Co-parenting during separation/divorce

  • Family conflicts

  • Grief & Loss in the family

  • Life transitions (e.g. recently moved, new child in family, divorce/separation)

  • Navigating health and mental health challenges as a family

  • Parenting

Case Consultation

For fellow therapists (creative arts therapists, social workers, LMHCs, etc.) who are seeking case consultation for work with couples/families.


"What if change and growth requires us to take a close look at the past and present in order to embrace and prepare for the newness ahead? Would you do it?"

Liz Chang, LMFT