Lutheran Counseling Network

Grace for Your Journey of Hope and Healing

By providing psychotherapy to people in need and education for congregations and pastors, Lutheran Counseling Network is an instrument of God’s grace which strengthens and brings healing to individuals, couples and families so that they might in turn be instruments of God’s grace.

Who We Are

Lutheran Counseling Network is a non-profit organization of dedicated professionals. All LCN staff members have a masters or doctoral degree. Our professional staff observes a strict code of professional conduct. We have offices scattered through the Puget Sound area.

What We Do

LCN is an extension of the church’s ministry to the community. We provide therapy for individuals, couples, families and groups addressing such areas as depression, anxiety, recovery from trauma, relationship/marriage issues, grief and loss, life transitions, stress management, behavorial problems, parenting, sexuality, and spirituality.

What We Charge

We charge a standard fee, and insurance companies may reimburse a portion of the fee. Many of our clients pay a subsidized fee adjusted according to family income. This is made possible by the generous donations of the churches we serve.

Seattle Staff and Office Locations

  • Rosemary Raynaud, M.Div.; 206-364-1046, x 3
    Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church, 7500 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle
    Bethel of Shoreline Lutheran Church, 17535 – 15th Ave NE, Shoreline
  • Sarah Tatterson, LMHC; 206-364-1046, x 5
    Gethsemane Lutheran Church, 911 Stewart, Seattle
    Queen Anne Lutheran Church, 2400 – 8th Ave W, Seattle

For additional information, please call one of us or go to our website.

Undergoing Treatment?

Are you or someone you care about needing surgery or undergoing chemotherapy/radiation treatments?
For information about an effective mind, body, spirit program designed to help people feel more calm before their surgery or treatment and heal more quickly from their surgery or treatment, please download the Prepare for Surgery, Heal Faster brochure [pdf].

Every beginning is a merging of holding on and letting go.