Central Purpose Therapy is a private practice located in the heart of Seattle, Washington; owned and operated by Victoria Wantuck. Central Purpose Therapy offers professional psychotherapy to both adults and adolescents (ages 12+) across all constellations of diagnoses, but primarily works with people who experience anxiety and depression; as well as life transitions, change, grief and loss, lack of motivation and productivity, creative blocks/ruts, conflict in interpersonal and work relationships, finding meaning and purpose in life, and living life to one’s full potential.
As a primary focus Central Purpose Therapy offers therapy services to those who identify as a creative person, such as: writers, musicians, artists, sculptors, comedians, thinkers, students, life-long-learners, entrepreneurs, working professionals, and or anyone who wants to tap into their inner reservoir of creativity that is innate in us all. Often creatives who find themselves in a segment of time where they aren’t creating leaves them to question their sense-of-self, purpose, and meaning in life. Central Purpose Therapy helps you to elicit imagination, re-cultivate creative agency, embrace ambiguity, welcome anxiety, gain control of your life, and shift your focus in pursuit of becoming your best self.
However, you don’t have to identify as a creative person to receive therapy services.
Central Purpose Therapy incorporates journaling, poetry, and focusing into therapy; to elicit deeper understanding of oneself, hone and empower one’s voice, heighten one’s level of awareness, become more present in the here-and-now, process lived experience, and cultivate a deeper connection between one’s mind and body.