Dr. Kirk Honda
Kirk Honda, PsyD, LMFT is the primary host of the Psychology In Seattle Podcast. He is Core Faculty in the Couple and Family Therapy Program at Antioch University Seattle. He has been practicing as a psychotherapist since 1996. He has been supervising clinicians since 1999 and training supervisors since 2014.
Humberto Castañeda is said to provide the "layperson's" voice on the podcast. But the truth is much darker. Also, he has never, ever, even once held a job, at least not that he remembers. On the other hand, he also has five fingers. Some say he is a reincarnated Colombian werewolf, from 500 years ago. Others say Humberto is not alive at all; they believe he is an actual Nosferatu (Greek for "Frankenstein's Doctor"). Still, the most alive he ever feels is in front of that Psychology in Seattle microphone, letting it ALL out. He loves, loves, loves podcasting, and he absolutely tolerates almost all of his co-hosts. Psychology is terribly fascinating to him because of his sordid past, and he is on a mind-altering mission to put an end to it, once and for all. Humberto's secret weapon is his SSV, and his favorite color is the one he prefers over all other colors. The end?
Bob is an old friend of Kirk’s from graduate school. He has worked in the field of mental health for his entire adult life. He is a licensed counselor in his own practice in Seattle where he works with individuals and couples. He also leads Dialectical Behavior Therapy skills training groups at Maple Leaf DBT. He has been with his wife Colleen for the last thirteen years, and though she is better looking than he is, he is at least taller. You can learn more about him at his websites www.bobgoettle.com and www.mapleleafdbt.com.
Rebecca has a master’s degree in art therapy and creativity development and is a board certified art therapist and a Washington State licensed mental health counselor. Since 2001, she has provided counseling, training, and consulting services in the areas of youth and family services as well as adults struggling with addiction and mental health issues. For eight years, she taught in Antioch University Seattle's master’s Art Therapy program.