I am a clinical psychologist in Seattle. Please click on the links below for more information:
"In this remarkable book, Tony Rousmaniere combines a masterful command of the research literature with a brave, honest, and compelling account of his own struggles and growth as a clinician. This book challenges and inspires the reader to strive to be a better therapist, and provides practical suggestions for how to do so. It has already impacted how I practice and how I supervise."—Catherine F. Eubanks, PhD, President-Elect, Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration (SEPI)
"Candid, bold, challenging, and constantly tied to clinical reality, this engrossing and innovative book offers creative insights and valuable tools to help clinicians become more effective, irrespective of their theoretical orientation and level of experience."—Louis Castonguay, PhD, past-president of the Society for Psychotherapy Research
“An absolute must-read for any aspiring psychotherapist!” — Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT
"an essential guide for therapists for using DP to increase their expertise.”—Rodney Goodyear, PhD, past-president of the Society for Advancement of Psychotherapy
“provides incredibly important information for trainees, practitioners, and supervisors across all levels of experience.”—Mark J. Hilsenroth, PhD, editor of the journal Psychotherapy
"In clear and entertaining fashion, Tony Rousmaniere reviews the latest research and lays out the steps for using deliberate practice to foster continuous professional development.”—Scott D. Miller, PhD, co-developer of Feedback Informed Treatment
To be released July 8th, 2017:
Use promo code CES20 for a 20% discount for pre-orders for The Cycle of Excellence
Editors: Tony Rousmaniere, Rodney Goodyear, Scott D. Miller, & Bruce Wampold. Wiley Publishers.
Request an evaluation copy here.
To make an appointment, or for a free phone consultation, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-384-8058.
For more about my approach to psychotherapy, click here.
My office is located at 4604 Stone Way N., Seattle, Washington 98103, one block away from 45th st.
There is free street parking in front of the office and on the surrounding streets.
Washington Psychologist License #PY 60561890