Find Therapists and Counselors in Olympia, WA

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About Olympia 

Olympia is the administrative center of Thurston County and the capital of Washington State. The city has a population of approximately 51,000 people. The city’s economy is supported primarily by the state government. While residents earn an average annual income of $31,600, more than 17% of people live below the poverty line.

Olympia receives 50 inches of rainfall and 12 inches of snowfall each year. The city’s moderate summers and mild winters are considered ideal for outdoor recreation. Olympia maintains 40 public parks where it holds festivals and other events. 

Mental Health in Olympia

People who live in Olympia and other areas in Washington State may be at increased risk for a diagnosis of seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a subtype of depression. This mental health condition is associated with diminished light. It is prevalent during the winter months when many states have cloudy skies and shorter days. Over 10% of people in Washington are affected by SAD. 

Roughly 140 men and women work as mental health counselors in Olympia. However, residents with financial restrictions may have limited access to care. About 11% of residents are less than 65 years old and do not have insurance.


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