Catherine N Cox PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist working with adults, adolescents, children and families. She works collaboratively with clients to recognize the role of behaviors and emotions in areas of concern which leads to the development of strategies and skills to improve their lives. Dr. Cox works with issues such as anxiety, depression, family and relationship conflict, adjustment to life transitions, trauma, grief and loss. Treatment is individualized to the needs of the client/family and utilizes a variety of approaches suited to the presenting concerns and age of the client.

PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Houston (1989)
MA, Clinical Psychology, University of Houston (1987)
BA, Biological Sciences, University of California, Santa Barbara (1982)

Professional Training
Pre-Doctoral Psychology Intern, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of
Washington (1988-1989)

Professional Work Experience
Private Practice, Woodinville, WA (1999-2013), Seattle, WA (1997-1999)
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of
Washington (1991-2002)
Assistant Director/Psychologist, Halbert Robinson Center for the Study of Youth, University of
Washington (1997-1999 and 1989-1990)
Psychologist, Sammamish Valley Psychological Services, Redmond, WA (1996-1997)
Psychologist, Seattle Children’s Federal Way Clinic, Federal Way, WA (1991-1994)
Pediatric Psychologist, Mary Bridge Children’s Health Center, Tacoma, WA (1990-1991)
Psychologist, Eastside Adolescent Center, Bellevue, WA (1989-1990)

Washington State Psychology License # 1462

Premera/Lifewise, Regence, First Choice, Out of State Blue Cross Blue Shield