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Seth Strawn


Grief & Loss, Anxiety, Depression, Life Transitions, Trauma

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Seth is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Arizona. He has experience working with a wide range of clients, having worked at both Southwest Behavioral and Health Services and Christian Family Care/Arizona Family Counseling (where he currently works full time) alongside his part-time work with LifeTree Counseling. Seth works from a existential theoretical orientation utilizing a person-centered, strengths-based, and trauma-informed approach. He utilizes different therapy modalities based on the needs of each client.

Seth enjoys spending his time hiking, being outdoors and in nature, remaining physically active, traveling, finding quiet places to read, and spending time with his loved ones.

Specialty Areas

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Self Worth

  • Emotion Regulation

  • Attachment

  • Grief & Loss

  • Relationship Issues


As a counselor, Seth’s goal is to help people through the process of healing. He is able to walk alongside individuals to support them as they take steps forward toward a place of wholeness, wellness, and peace while viewing each individual from a holistic lens (physical, emotional , relational, and spiritual). He believes that a large part of personal growth and healing comes when people are able to recognize and build upon their strengths while at the same time being able to express and process their challenges openly and safely in an environment where they are listened to, respected, and feel understood. Everyone has a story to tell, everyone’s stories are different, and all of those stories are still in process.

Seth is able to provide a safe space for this to happen by meeting people where they’re at. Within sessions, he provides compassion, empathy, genuineness, and acceptance. His Christian faith and beliefs are a significant reason and motivation for why he does what he does, and for those who desire it, he is excited to incorporate spiritual and faith-based beliefs with evidence-based clinical skills and expertise.

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