Ricardo Hidalgo, L.M.H.C., is a licensed mental health counselor at Hall Health Center on the UW Seattle campus.
Hidalgo works with individuals, couples and families to treat a full range of mental, emotional and psychological problems such as depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, relationship conflicts and anger management. He strives to create active partnerships with his patients to achieve the best possible outcomes.
Hidalgo earned his master’s degree from Antioch University. His clinical interests include parenting, human development, mental well-being and innate health, addictions, conflict resolution, spirituality, cultural diversity, principles-based psychology, interpersonal neurobiology, non-violent communication and unconscious communication. His research interests include exploring the true nature of experience and the self. His teaching interests include cultural diversity, stress and anger management, mental, emotional, spiritual well-being and conflict resolution.
Hidalgo is fascinated with parenting, human development, mental well-being, innate health, conflict resolution, spirituality, unconscious communication, nutrition, alternative healing, paranormal phenomena, gardening, remodeling and repair.