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Michal Goldring Keidar, LICSW

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker


Telehealth video sessions only


Michal Goldring Keidar is a licensed clinical social worker who provides psychotherapy for teenagers, adults, couples, and parents via telehealth video sessions.


Michal is helping her clients transform their relationships with others as well as with themselves into healthy, empowering, and meaningful ones. Michal provides support, insight, and compassion in the areas of trauma and recovery, oppression and multicultural issues, life transitions, Parenting children with disabilities and neurodivergent children, relationship enhancement, anxiety, Mindfulness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance. She is also offering workshops and consultations.


Michal is also offering services in Hebrew.


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Michal is a licensed clinical social worker (LW61207715) providing therapy for adolescents, adults, couples, families, and groups for over 15 years. She received her bachelor’s degree in social work from Tel Aviv University in Israel and her master’s degree from the University of Washington, School of Social Work. She has extensive experience as a therapist in outpatient mental health settings, focusing on trauma and social justice. She completed her internship in the Fremont Community therapy project and wrote her thesis on post-traumatic growth.


Michal incorporates feminist theory and social justice lens into her work and enters therapeutic relationships with cultural humility. She is working with all ethnicities, sexual orientations, gender identities, and neurodivergent folks. Michal is helping her clients by being a source of support, insight, and compassion.


Michal is informed by research-based therapy methods including anti-oppressive psychodynamic therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP), narrative therapy, attachment theory, and EMDR (I and II). She is a Gottman educator in the 'Bringing Baby Home' (BBH) to expecting and new parents and The 7 Principles Program for couples.


Michal has been a private practitioner in Seattle Psychology practice since 2016 and is delighted to join CRAFT as a telehealth provider starting April 2023.



The heart of my work as a therapist is helping my clients transform their relationships with others as well as with themselves to healthy, empowering and meaningful ones. I’m relational, curious and direct in my therapy style. I integrate various methodologies that include behavioral methods and psychodynamic theory in order to be able to set attainable goals, and dig deeper when family of origin issues are at the core. I’m tailoring the treatment to my clients and discover with them their emotional story, their thoughts, feelings and needs in order to enable growth and development. 


Trauma and recovery

Relationship with self and others


Parent coaching and support

Relocation and life transitions

Oppression and cultural issues

Emotion regulation

Distress tolerance


Relationship enhancement



Michal is an out-of-network provider (i.e., private pay only).


A superbill can be provided for clients to submit to their insurance. Please contact your insurance company directly prior to the first session to verify mental health benefits and reimbursement.


You may reach me at / (206)-486-4131

Note that email is not confidential. Clinical information is best communicated via phone; however, due to a surge in referrals, our response time on email is much faster.  

Our office has moved to Forest Office Park, Building F as of May 2019. There is all-day parking surrounding the building. Our building is ADA accessible and has elevators. Childcare is available in downtown Bellevue at Adventure Kids Playcare; mention our name for a discount.    

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