Jennifer L. Brysacz, PsyD



Address: 1700 Westlake Ave N, Suite 400

Seattle, WA 98109


Phone: 206-640-6240

My Practice:

Welcome to my practice! I am a clinical psychologist who works with adults dealing with a range of problems, including eating disorders, insomnia, and addictive behaviors. I hope that this page will help you learn more about how I approach clinical work.

As a therapist, I try my best to be candid, open-minded, and above all, someone who will really listen to you. I aim to provide a supportive, non-judgmental space for you to explore whether something needs to change.

I primarily use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT-E) to treat eating disorders, as well as motivational and acceptance-based approaches when appropriate. I’ll meet you where you are in your recovery process and help empower you to connect to the world outside your eating disorder.

I also provide Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I), a behaviorally-based treatment that aims to help you spend more time actually sleeping in bed without the use of sleep medications. CBT-I is a straight-forward treatment that has been shown to help people with complicated sleep problems.

If you are self-medicating with alcohol or other substances, thinking about cutting back your drinking, or hoping to stop using all together, therapy is an important space to explore those feelings and make changes when you are ready. I work from a Motivational Interviewing and harm reduction approach, meaning that I believe you are the expert in what is right for you, and what is important to you. You determine what you’re ready for, and we will work towards that goal together.

I also enjoy working with individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship problems, trauma, people facing life transitions and people who are in recovery from addiction. We’d work together to tailor a treatment plan unique to you, using treatments grounded in science.

New Client Inquiry

If you are interested in working with Dr. Brysacz, please complete the form below. You are also welcome to contact her via email at, or by phone at 206-640-6240.

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