Bill Roedel, Ph.D.

Dr. Bill Roedel received his Ph.D. in Counseling from Loyola College in Maryland in 1997. Dr. Roedel is a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Washington. In addition, he is credentialed as a Certified Counselor through the National Board of Certified Counselors and an approved supervisor for Washington State.

Dr. Roedel works with individual adults, couples, & adult families.
He sees his clients at the Main office.


I believe problems are reinforced through our negative thoughts and behaviors. These can then contribute to poor health and increased stress. Expanding our cognitive and behavioral responses increases our resistance to and our ability to cope with psychological distress and physical illness. My goal in counseling is to provide you a safe yet challenging environment to explore underlying strengths and resources within the context of your current situation and understand how negative thoughts and feelings impact current problems in your life. Our work together will also include gaining skills in managing your emotions, cognition and reactions.


Specialized training in Health Psychology: Masters internship at the Medical College of Virginia on both a cardiac/thoracic and kidney/liver transplant unit. Doctoral internship at Franklin Square Hospital in Maryland on the outpatient psychiatric unit. Counseling supervisor at Highline Medical Center in Burien, WA for oncology patients and their families. Counseling supervisor and Biofeedback practitioner for patients at the Bastyr Center for Natural Health.

1997 Ph.D. and M.A in Counseling, Loyola University, Maryland.

1984 BA in Sociology, St. John Fisher College, Rochester, NY.

In 1996, Dr. Roedel started the BA in Health Psychology Program still operating today at Bastyr University. From 2006-2016, Dr. Roedel was a full time faculty member and Director of Clinical Training at Argosy University in Seattle, where he taught and supervised masters and doctoral level students in Counseling Psychology.