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Exceptional Therapeutic Services for Youth.

Ryther’s programming was created to bring greater flexibility in meeting clients’ needs regarding their mental health, SUD, and Co-occurring treatment. We achieve this by individualized treatment planning and treatment options and utilizing creative and experiential therapeutic modalities as well as therapy groups, peers, and case managers

Level of care plays a role in the services offered. Level of care is determined by the primary therapist’s clinical judgement, the client’s desires, or motivation for increased services and HEDIS measures.



Ryther’s Therapy and Family Services offers a range of evidence-based therapies for children, young adults, and their families for ages 0-25 covered by commercial or Medicaid insurance. Services include mental health counseling and therapy and substance use disorder assessments and treatment. Individuals who are working with a therapist at Ryther can access services offered by Psychiatric ARNPs at our Seattle office.

We accept Medicaid insurance for clients who reside in King County and South Snohomish County. This includes Apple Health and all Medicaid MCOs: Molina, United Health Care, Amerigroup, Community Health Plan of Washington, and Coordinated Care. If you have questions about whether or not your insurance is accepted, please give us a call and we can check for you. For commercially insured clients, Ryther will submit claims on your behalf. 

We serve the following zip codes in Snohomish County:

  • 98012, 98020, 98021, 98026, 98036, 98037, 98043, 98072, 98087, 98204, 98275


Ryther’s group therapy utilizes effective, evidence-based techniques. Groups are offered virtually or in person at Ryther's main campus. To be eligible for any group, your child, adolescent, or young adult must first be seeing a Ryther therapist to join.


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We use evidence-based treatments to treat children, youth, and young adults struggling with challenges including anxiety, depression, ADHD, self-harm, trauma, and more. Some of our treatment includes CBT, DBT, trauma-focused CBT, Seven Challenges, and more.

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Ryther strives to meet the mental health needs of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers and their families. We work with the caregiver and child together to offer psychoeducation about development and provide parent coaching to help caregivers be more effective.

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Ryther’s IOPs are a structured form of treatment with mental health, substance use, or behavioral health challenges. It provides a level of care that falls between traditional outpatient therapy and inpatient hospitalization involving therapy, psychoeducation, and skill-building activities.


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New Journeys focuses on providing critically needed comprehensive treatment to individuals who are experiencing their first episode of psychosis. Mental health staff assists clients with identifying their personal goals and needs for wellness and recovery.


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Ryther provides two PHP Programs to serve youth of all genders, ages 8 to 16, who are experiencing mental and behavioral health challenges for Eating Disorder Recovery and Mood Disorders utilizing experiential activities evidence-based therapies.


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Psychiatric ARNPs provide evaluation and treatment of attentional disorders, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, substance use as well as behavioral and relational problems in youth ages 2 to 25. Clients in specific programs may be eligible for psychiatry up to age 25.

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* Not taking new clients at this time *

Psychological assessments allow us to better understand how the child thinks and understands, the strengths and challenges of their brain, and ability to understand the world.


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* Returning in early 2025 *

Ryther's three new residential treatment programs, "the Cottages," will provide the support necessary to treat eating disorders and severe behavioral health needs. The cottages top off the most intensive end of the continuum of care at Ryther.


Our SUD program offers Standard Drug and Alcohol Assessments, Outpatient Counseling (Level 1), Seven Challenges Groups for those engaged in SUD treatment at Ryther, and Co-Occurring Program for those struggling with mental health and substance use disorder.


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Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe) is for youth with complex behavioral health needs that would benefit from a higher level of care or is at risk of out of home placement. WISe requires a time commitment from youth and family of at least 10.5 hours per month.


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Therapists partner with primary care physicians at several medical clinics throughout Seattle. These imbedded clinicians assist in short term, solution-focused therapy for children, youth, and their families. Collaborative care and effective referrals to on-going care is our focus .

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