Finding Your Balance


About Connie




What lies behind you and what lies in front of you pales in comparison to what lies inside of you.

Ralph Waldo Emerson



Welcome to Finding Your Balance, the counseling practice of Connie Guy, LMHC, CMHS who sees clients at Cumulus Office Park in Arlington just off of Smokey Point Boulevard.     She also has a private practice  located in Smokey Point.  The office is located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.

Congratulations on taking the first step to a more balanced and satisfying life filled with the love and peace that you seek.   Connie's mission is to help her patients accomplish these goals in a compassionate, ethical and effective way.

She aims to educate her patients in a safe environment while offering them necessary comprehensive care.  She knows that seeking counseling is a difficult decision and is committed to creating a welcoming environment and the ability to schedule appointments quickly and with minimal difficulties.  Through studying the latest research and most effective treatment methods, she is confident that she can provide the services that will promote the health and wellness that you seek.


Connie Guy, MS, LMHC, CMHS

Connie grew up locally in Marysville, Wa and currently lives in Kenmore.  She received her BA in Psychology from Calvin College in December 1994 in Grand Rapids, MI and worked as a Youth Treatment Specialist in a residential treatment facility before moving to Washington in 2002 and working as a Juvenile Rehabilitation Residential Counselor at Echo Glen Children's Center as part of the Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration.  She also worked for the state of Washington as a social worker assisting clients to apply for social security benefits prior to pursuing her master's degree in mental health counseling.  She was awarded this degree in 2012 from Capella University after completing an internship working with chronically mentally ill adults at Compass Health in Marysville.  She has been working as a licensed mental health therapist since that time and also works as a case manager on a specialized team with foster children. She has received training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Lifespan Integration.  She has experience in working with children, adolescents and adults in developing coping strategies as well as processing trauma.  She enjoys photography, music and spending time in the beautiful Pacific Northwest with her children aged 23, 20 and 15.