At Ryther, our goal is to meet every child and family where they are with respect, genuine caring and a real determination to appropriately and effectively address underlying and presenting behaviors, issues and mental health concerns and diagnoses. Ryther child and family therapists work with clients to create a treatment plan with defined goals to be reviewed every 90 days. Therapists also work collaboratively with Ryther’s team of psychiatrists and psychologists. Ryther also consults with schools and professionals on behalf of its clients.
We see our role as partner with you and your family so that family members can learn new ways of thinking, develop positive relationships and realize better lives.
Ryther employs evidence-based therapies including:
Ryther’s group solutions utilize effective, evidence-based techniques, including: Groups are offered in Seattle only at this time. To be eligible for any group, your child, adolescent or young adult must first be seeing a Ryther therapist.
For children, teens and young adults with Asperger's, ADHD, learning disabilities and other atypical neurological traits, Ryther’s Aspiring Youth Program teaches social skills and provides community for both children and parents. For information, contact 206-517-0241 or email info@aspiring youth.org. Visit AspiringYouth.net to learn more.
Ryther has offices in Seattle, Bellevue and Mukilteo with convenient days and hours. Business Hours for Outpatient Services are Monday to Thursday 8am-7pm and Fridays 8am-5pm. We will confirm your insurance plan coverage for our services and bill your insurance directly if service is covered. We have psychiatry services in all three locations. We offer outpatient individual therapy in all three locations. Psychological testing and Chemical Dependency Assessments (Drug and Alcohol) are completed at our Seattle location only.
Call 206.517.0234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how we can help.
For Frequently Asked Questions about Ryther's services, please download the FAQ document: Ryther FAQ
As a licensed community mental health center, Ryther has the ability to provide evidence-based individual and family therapy, psychology, and psychiatry to children and youth with Medicaid insurance. In King County, children and youth with Medicaid insurance, who meet eligibility requirements, can receive comprehensive therapy, mental health, and case management services. As with any other insurance, services are accessed by calling the centralized intake number and providing the information needed to schedule a screening and intake session. Ryther does not provide outpatient substance use services under Medicaid insurance.