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Ashlee Knight

Ashlee Knight is the Assistant Director of Admissions for Counseling Psychology and Non-degree Enrollment at The Seattle School. She graduated from the school with her MACP in 2012 and does therapeutic work with an organization working with Seattle's unhoused and addicted neighbors. A Midwest native, Ashlee has found home in the PNW for the past seven years. When not working you can find Ashlee adventuring on Seattle area islands, singing karaoke, or enjoying good meals with friends.

  • Family Life at The Seattle School

    “A community is the mental and spiritual condition of knowing that the place is shared, and that the people who share the place define...
  • Seattle Art & Music Scene

    There are innumerable things to love about Seattle but for me one of the things that has made me fall in love with this...
  • Seattle Public Libraries

    As a student, it is rare that you will need to go to an external library to get the resources you need for school....
  • Awakened to Beauty

    The relational stance and therapeutic presence that our alumni embody in their vocations can take many different forms—whether it’s a private practice office, a...
  • Seattle Parks

    Seattle Parks

    We couldn’t say it better than Macklemore & Ryan Lewis! In honor of all the beautiful weather we’ve been having, a foretaste of summer,...
  • Living on a Student Budget

    Oh, money. Can’t live with it, can’t live without it. Starting graduate school (and moving across the country in some cases) can put a...
  • I Have A Lot to Say

    “Courage is to tell the story of who you are with your whole heart.” – Dr. Brené Brown Like many of us, I’ve always loved...
  • Finding a Place to Call Home

    For those of you relocating to Seattle, you got a taste of the Seattle neighborhoods in our last post, but what about finding the right house...