Angie Gomez Horta


In-Person Therapy

Online Therapy Options

“You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them” – Brené Brown.

My personal mission when working with clients is to honor their story, their identity, experiences and create a space where you feel comfortable sharing those pieces of yourself. I find this approach helps guide clients to finding trust, acceptance, and embracing who they are as well as connecting with their, “whole body wisdom.”
Whole body wisdom to me is the process of having curiosity about yourself, and openness to discover parts of yourself that you may not have known were there. To me this also represents the expansion of what connection means. Relationships and connections drive so much of our development over our lifetime. However, the relationship we often work on the least, is our relationship with ourselves. Yet, this just might be the most important one.
Do you find yourself struggling to connect with yourself, with others, with your body and mind? Are you highly critical of yourself, your body, relationship with food and others? Perhaps you feel like you can’t stop worrying and feel like you don’t have control?
I employ a relational, trauma-informed, and anti-oppressive, HAES, non-diet, and weight-inclusive approach and work through an integrated body-mind model. I have years of training and specialize in eating disorders, body image, trauma, anxiety, depression and personal growth. I also have extensive experience working with BIPOC, immigrant, and Latinx communities.
By nature life can be very difficult; that does not mean you are doing something wrong. Struggle, pain and adversity are part of living and we all need support navigating these moments in life. I am here to be with you in those moments and help you move through them.
I was born in Mexico and grew up in Ketchikan, Alaska, relationships and people have always been a pivotal part of my upbringing. Building community is especially important to me. In my own work towards whole body wisdom, I connect with those closest to me, loved ones and nature. Growing up in Alaska, the outdoors became my special place to explore my relationship with nature and most importantly with myself.


Washington State Licensed Mental Health Counselor #MC61447807


Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology
University of Denver

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology & English Literature
Linfield University