“Tell me what you’re looking for support with…”
Kari O’Neill, MSW, LICSW is based in Issaquah, WA & offers counseling in a supportative environment.
offered to ages 14+
Depression, Anxiety, & Stress Management
Chronic Health Issues
Grief Counseling and End of Life Support
Executive Coaching for Physicians
Located in Issaquah
1301 4th Ave. NWSuite 103Issaquah 98027
Hi, I’m Kari
I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker. I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist who provides support and practical feedback to help patients move their lives forward.
Prior to opening Kari O’Neill Counseling, I served as the Clinical Director and owner of Issaquah Highlands Counseling Group (IHCG), which is now Kari O’Neill Counseling. For 10 years, IHCG provided care for thousands of patients in the community working in conjunction with other medical providers and hospital systems.
Voted an Issaquah Highlands Connections Newspaper fan favorite.
My parents recently lent my brother much of their savings due to his current financial challenges. He has a history of not paying his bills and living way past his means, always blaming someone else for his problems. He has never paid them back for any of his previous loans and I can’t contain my anger at how my brother keeps abusing my parents and their money. What should I say to him to make this situation stop?
My husband and I lead a boring life. I feel like I cannot take another day of us living in the same home but not speaking to each other except to check in with what’s for dinner each night. I have tried everything, including marriage counseling with him and nothing changes. Everyday I think about leaving him but I never make it to the door or follow through with making a real effort to save myself. What is wrong with me?
My husband and I went to a party in our neighborhood recently at our good friends’ house. I knew almost everyone in attendance and I was having a good time until the hosts decided that we needed to play an adult game of spin the bottle. I found myself in a position that was very uncomfortable, as I know all these people very well, and by no means did I want to kiss them. I was shocked that my friends would suggest that we entertain ourselves by engaging in such a game. My husband and I left pretty soon after the game started, but now I am struggling with how to interact with everyone who was at the party and participated in the game. Our kids play together, how can I look at them knowing that they engaged in kissing someone other than their spouse? I am so confused by this, I truly don’t know what to do or how to feel about the situation at this point. Please help me figure this out.
“My goal is to help people see their worth, and their own wisdom”
What I want patients to know:
1. They matter
2. Their feelings are normal
3. They can move their life forward
4. Make living well a daily practice
5. Say the whole thing
“Kari’s support, experience, and expertise helped me directly to deal with a huge family problem. The jury isn’t in yet as far as the results of my actions, but at least I know I did the right thing for my family member. I am so grateful!”