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Welcome to THIRA

Start your journey at THIRA today. Our immersive programs will help you reach your goals.

Working Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 7:00PM
Saturday - Sunday 9:00AM - 4:00PM
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P: (425) 454-1199

F: (425) 454-8779


Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 7:00pm | Sat/Sun: 9:00am - 4:00pm

The THIRA Approach

Led by decades of experience, the THIRA team offers treatment approaches that reflect the distinct needs of women and girls.

Holistic Treatment

Nutritious meals, yoga, art therapy, movement therapy, and more. We believe that sustainable recovery is achievable only by addressing the whole person.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

An accessible, efficient method. DBT provides language-based tools that help patients find a permanent approach to self-care.

Community

Group therapy, cohort-based treatments, and aftercare groups all provide a way to strengthen one’s journey through companionship.

THIRA Program Pillars

Our mission is centered on pillars of holistic, sustainable treatment and is backed by passionate leadership.

Sustainable Journeys

Each person has a unique journey to recovery. At THIRA, we address unique needs for sustainable recovery paths by leveraging support systems in all areas of the individual’s life.

Whole-Person Treatment

It is our goal to help each person reach their full potential through recovery. With this in mind, we offer solutions that care for the whole person: nutritional meals, yoga, art therapy, movement therapy, and more.

Experience & Leadership
Our team is comprised of passionate leaders from a variety of backgrounds in order to serve each individual in a comprehensive manner. Our Chief Medical Officer brings with her over 35 years of experience and our Clinical Director is a renowned expert in the field of Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Latest from the blog

Resources and tips, articles from the community, and THIRA updates.

  • Women Helping Women: An Interview with Dr. Moore

    Recently, THIRA’s founder and Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Mehri Moore, was interviewed by Reflections Magazine for her work in mental health supporting women. Whether it’s because women are more willing than ever...

  • Alcohol Abuse and DBT

    According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, alcohol abuse may contribute to signs and symptoms of co-occurring problems. Most commonly, these symptoms are related to depression, anxiety, psychosis, and...

  • The Power of Women-Centered Treatment Groups

    Prior to the 1970s, there was little recognition of the specific, separate needs of women and men in mental health treatment. The troubles and anxieties of both genders had been often grouped...

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