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Welcome to the Seattle Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Seattle, Washington.

Therapists in Seattle

Clarissa Hill, Counselor  in Seattle
“I help men and women who feel stuck in unhealthy patterns become strong and free. A history of abuse, abusive relationships, cycles of self harm, or depression can leave us feeling like something needs to change but we can't find a way out. I help fuel your innate creativity and resourcefulness towards discovering other options, risking change and freedom, and finding fulfillment and rest.
(206) 971-6437
Seattle, Washington 98119
Summit Research Network, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“We conduct investigational medication research studies (clinical trials) in hopes of discovering more effective ways of treating illnesses. We work in cooperation with pharmaceutical companies to develop medical treatments. For many of our patients, this is a first step in getting help and gaining information about their medical illness or condition. Our staff provides every qualified patient with assessments, monitoring during the study and help finding follow-up treatment once a study has been completed. When a patient finishes a clinical trial, he or she has the option to continue for up to six months of after study visits with a qualified clinician. We will also work together to connect you with appropriate medical referrals. All of this is provided at no cost to you and no health insurance is required.
(206) 801-5746
Seattle, Washington 98104
Ginger White, Counselor  in Seattle
“Raising children in our changing society is not an easy job. There can be many demands made on today's parents and much to navigate. Whether your child or teen struggles with behavior problems, anxiety, trauma or other challenges I can help you. Or maybe you are raising a child or teen with special needs and trying to navigate that ever changing emotional landscape as a parent as well as finding good support for your child. I can help your family can find more ease and enjoyment together.
(206) 557-3930
Seattle, Washington 98103
Bella McCarthy May, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Women and adolescent girls have unique journeys in life. We face outside pressures from society, family and friends about how we should act, look or feel. Navigating through the images, messages and unspoken rules about what it means to be female can be challenging. I believe when we reach these challenging points it is powerful to reach out to someone who is outside your immediate circle. I would be honored to be that "outside" person. I will hold an empathic, sincere and nonjudgmental space so that you can cultivate your strengths and feel empowered to make any necessary changes.
(206) 569-6547
Seattle, Washington 98102
Frederick B Davis, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I've been practicing psychiatry and psychotherapy for 40 years, and have successfully treated hundreds of people. My youngest patient was eighteen months old, my oldest 94, and I’ve seen every age between. Some patients come for a single visit, others for years. I use psychotropic medicine judiciously, as needed. We live in a culture averse to pain and suffering—often resulting from the vicissitudes of life and not necessarily the result of mental illness. People have reserves of strength they often hide from themselves; the most important thing I do, perhaps, is to help my patients discover that strength.
(206) 745-0918
Seattle, Washington 98115
Theresa L Epstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Compassion, Empathy & Empowerment are core values in my counseling practice. I am an experienced feminist therapist working with clients to make positive changes in relationships & daily life. Relationship disruptions, isolation, loneliness, anxiety and depression are issues many of us face. I beleive that healthy connections and growth fostering relationships help us heal. I am available for education, consultation & clinical supervision.
(206) 922-8075
Seattle, Washington 98125
Maika D'Ambrosi, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a bilingual psychologist providing therapy to adults and couples in either English or Spanish. I can help you live beyond your anxiety, worry, fears, and obsessions. I also specialize in helping couples dealing with marital conflict and those adjusting to the demands of a chronic illness and/or acculturation issues. My therapeutic style is warm, engaging, and compassionate that provides a safe place where you can regain the vitality to achieve your goals. I collaborate closely with you to tailor your treatment needs.
(206) 866-5912
Seattle, Washington 98102
Allison Ramsey, Counselor  in Seattle
“I specialize in counseling people experiencing grief and infertility. Everyone grieves differently. Although there is no right or wrong way to feel, your feelings can be confusing and overwhelming when you experience a loss. Grief does not just happen when someone close to you dies. People grieve when they lose the future they thought they were going to have. I will work with you to process your loss and guide you through the transition that accompanies a loss. There is no way over grief, you must go through it.
(206) 489-3161
Seattle, Washington 98119
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I offer psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to adults, children and teens. I am open to working with a range of presenting concerns, including depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, self-esteem, trauma and emotional regulation. I work with individuals seeking help with transient difficulties as well as those wanting to address more longstanding problems. My role as a therapist includes helping patients: deepen their awareness of their emotional lives; get in touch with aspects of themselves that they are out of touch with; foster the integration of varied aspects of themselves; establish and maintain healthy and satisfying relationships.
(206) 922-4254
Seattle, Washington 98102
Simon S Connor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are your relationships not as fulfilling as you'd like? Are you feeling depressed, anxious, overwhelmed, or less hopeful? I provide individual, couple, and family therapy and can help you with these issues and more. As we work together, I help create a context where hope can prevail, where intention has more power than reaction, where options for overcoming challenges and achieving goals are discovered, and where new connections are created.
(253) 343-1715
Seattle, Washington 98112
Frank J DeMarco, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I take a respectful and affirming stance toward my clients, viewing the therapeutic relationship as a collaborative partnership. I work to create a supportive environment of trust and acceptance where together we can safely explore sensitive or painful aspects of your life; identify and change patterns of thought and behavior that cause you emotional suffering, interpersonal problems, or difficulty functioning; and work to enhance your motivation, self-esteem, and self-confidence. My theoretical orientation integrates cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, narrative, existential, and mindfulness approaches. I work from a holistic perspective that considers biological, psychological, socio-cultural, and spiritual factors in understanding human behavior and experience.
(253) 220-6697
Seattle, Washington 98109
Cristy Smith, Counselor  in Seattle
“There are many approaches to treating emotional distress. Counseling deals primarily with common issues such as relationship problems, job stress or life changes. Psychotherapy goes into more depth and deals with specific symptoms such as depression, anxiety, or obsessive-compulsive traits. The goal of psychotherapy is not to "fix" external problems, although that can be the result; rather, the purpose of psychotherapy is to understand the internal world of the client. Change and struggle are inevitable -- but as we come to know and accept ourselves, we begin to respond to change and struggle in ways that cause us less distress.
(206) 388-2655
Seattle, Washington 98107
Jensa Ferguson, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC, CDWFC
“Whether you are struggling with major life changes, acute emotional distress or just wanting to address some problematic or troublesome behavior patterns, I can help you work through these issues with reflective, empathic and non-judgmental therapy. I have a strong belief in the healing power of the therapeutic relationship so I strive to create a space of trust, safety and mutual respect. I specialize in marriage and relationship counseling, but enjoy working with individuals and families as well. I also provide both individual and group DBT treatment for adolescents and adults who engage in self harming behaviors.
(206) 535-1504
Seattle, Washington 98109
Stacey Nagle, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome! I work with adolescents and adults. My approach is eclectic and humanistic, with a anti-oppression focus. I believe safety and trust between client and therapist is key to successful therapy. It is my intent to give you a safe place to explore yourself, free from judgment, oppression and harmful messages. When working with clients I am sensitive to how racism, sexism, homophobia, bi-phobia, transphobia, etc. affect each individual's mental health and identity. I believe there is nothing wrong with you and that you are already equipped with the potential and resources necessary to heal and grow.
(206) 745-5040
Seattle, Washington 98103
Julie Ambrose, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Knowing where to begin to deal with your personal struggles can be difficult. In a supportive and collaborative environment we will uncover the strengths you already possess to conquer life's challenges. I provide counseling to all kinds of people, with all kinds of struggles. I specialize in anxiety and depression, but I am particularly interested in where they come from. This can include difficult life transitions, family conflict, relationship issues, history of abuse and anger problems-to name a few. My goal is to give you some strategies to help you feel better immediately, while working on larger patterns in need of change.
(425) 279-7611
Seattle, Washington 98136
Allie Bulliman  in Seattle
“Accepting, understanding, and managing your emotions is not easy. Whether stress, depression, or "life" is taking over your daily functioning, we will identify and take steps towards your goals. In addition to traditional talk therapy my specialization in movement therapy can also help you discover and explore the complex being that is you. Through this alternative type of personal expression I merely provide the safe space and contain any movement and/or verbal reflections that you share with me and yourself in therapy. I work well with children ages 2-5, middle-schoolers, adults, and couples. F2F & online sessions available.
(206) 291-8300
Seattle, Washington 98104
Counseling for Men and Their Families in Seattle  in Seattle
“I focus on men's counseling in an effort to improve how they feel about themselves and their families. It takes courage to confront what is not working in our lives or our relationships and admit we could benefit from the help of a trained professional. As a man, I understand the tendency to want to 'handle' our own problems. Yet, when we are unsure how to work through a particular challenge or are having difficulty communicating our concerns to those closest to us, counseling can help you find clarity and develop the skills needed to bring about meaningful change.
(425) 318-7524
Seattle, Washington 98103
Susan A Hawkins, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed psychologist with 20 years experience providing psychotherapy and consultation. My approach is gentle, respectful and compassionate, including challenge and encouragement as appropriate. I offer short-term and long-term psychotherapy, emphasizing the development of a warm, empathic therapeutic relationship. My treatment approach is integrative and most influenced by psychoanalytic, humanistic and developmental theories. Psychotherapy involves verbalizing your thoughts and feelings, exploring relational and behavioral patterns, and understanding how past experiences may impact you now. The needs and goals of the individual guide my therapeutic approach. My personal style is down-to-earth and interactive, with an occasional dash of humor.
(206) 455-8972
Seattle, Washington 98112
Carol M. Foltz,   in Seattle
“I believe each individual has a special gift to give. Sometimes this gift is clear to a person, but in many of us it takes self-discovery to bring out our innate gifts, which ultimately provide meaning and purpose in our lives. I work from a strength-based philosophy, highlighting the positives, moving clients toward awareness of where they are in the moment and provide them options to move forward to meet their stated goals. My responsibility is to provide career guidance to students and adults. I play a critical role helping clients clarify their interests, values, skills and needs.
(206) 701-6376
Seattle, Washington 98102
Lisa Reed, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“Are you feeling sad, hopeless, or depressed? Does life circumstances have you feeling alone or stuck? Do you feel stressed or anxious? Have you received alarming news that is unsettling? You may be experiencing a personal crisis or a lifecycle transition that may be daunting to you and your systems, and you need something different to happen. I assist individuals, couples, families, groups and organizations in crisis, life transitions and with acculturation. My intention is to provide a safe place and space where you can express your needs, desires and truths without judgment, and if you choose, to cultivate, nurture, heal, change and grow.
(425) 409-2822
Seattle, Washington 98109
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