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Counseling, Psychotherapy, Seattle, Suzanna Eller

Brain in Balance Counseling

At Brain in Balance Counseling, your wellbeing is at the forefront of what we’re working together for. Let counseling be the catalyst that helps you achieve your goals, understand your brain and how you experience life and its challenges. 

Suzanna Eller MA, LMHC, NBCC

Suzanna Eller MA,LMHC,NBCC

A Bit of Background

Suzanna Eller is an accomplished therapist and counselor, with a track record of success in supporting the needs of individual, couples and families.

Suzanna specializes in brain diseases such as Parkinson's, Essential Tremor, ALS, Tourette’s and Dementia, as well as depression,  anxiety,  grief and loss and has specialty training in CBIT for Tourette's and CBT for Functional Neurological Disorders. 

Suzanna has served as the advocate for older adult and geriatric patients in long-term care settings and has provided comprehensive care for patients and their caregivers. She has provided psycho-social support with one on one and family counseling related to issues of depression, anxiety, transition, grief, loss, and suicide.

Outside of work, Suzanna is an active wife and mother of two adorable kids.  Family time is spent lounging with her two house cats or basking in Western Washington’s beautiful evergreen forests and abundant lakes.

Contact us right away and Suzanna can help you work on any of life's challenging transitions.  


Current and former patient's unsolicited testimonials

"I have personally valued your guidance, which has help me re-establish self-identity, navigate relationship issues, and adjust life directions with PD."  -G.K. Tacoma Patient


"[Suzanna's] ability to listen with empathy and her knowledge and experience concerning PD 

and other neurologic conditions has made her invaluable in helping me cope with the frustration, anxiety and 

depression with regard to my increasing disability and progression. On every occasion that I, and usually my wife as 

well, have met with her she has suggested practical tools for coping with the ever-changing reality of my health. All-in-all, I would have to thank her for helping me and my wife keep a positive outlook on life which in some degree has 

helped to slow the progression of my disease." -M.S. Seattle Patient


"Since [diagnosis] I have grappled with my new path in life.
Suzanna has been instrumental in my ability to gain positive outlook the future ahead of me. Her close communications with [my doctor] has been the key to helping me adjust. Suzanna's empathy,
understanding...and guidance has been exactly what a newly diagnosed person needs. I would have been divorced or worse without her help over the last 3 years." -B.H.  Puget Sound Patient


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Helping Hands

You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical and mental health care will cost. 

Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance, or who are not using insurance, an estimate of the expected charges for medical services, which includes mental health care.

- You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency healthcare services, which includes mental health care.

- You can also ask your healthcare provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule an item or service.

- If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill. 

For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit or call our office at (206)825-4412

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