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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

Marianne Pettersen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“For 33 years I have been providing psychotherapy for individuals and couples. I have post-graduate training in the treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD & trauma recovery, and marital/couples problems. All good relationships including a therapeutic one begin with a safe and supportive environment. A good assessment of the problems you are experiencing is also key. Therapy is a collaborative and interactive effort between us. I use a variety of methods including insight, mindfulness and somatic work to help you understand your emotions , cognitive ones to help you think differently about yourself/situation, and communication tools to improve your relationships.
(206) 284-4861 x1
Seattle, Washington 98119
Jemila Dwyer, Counselor  in Seattle
“My clients present with a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, low self esteem, history of child abuse or trauma, and relationship difficulties. While the symptoms may differ, I've found that most of my clients' unease stems from a fear that they are unworthy of love and belonging, and feel disconnected from themselves and from others. Using skillful and effective therapy in a style that is curious, collaborative and warm, I can help you cultivate compassion, feel connected to others, and reclaim your self worth. I love what I do, I can't imagine more rewarding or important work.
(206) 792-7114
Seattle, Washington 98115
Suzanne Oelke, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adults seeking to learn and grow through life transitions and who may be dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, self esteem, illness and divorce. Everyone has the capacity to change and as a therapist my goal is to support, empower, and challenge you to create the life you want. I believe that growth occurs through caring and compassion. We will build on your strengths and develop effective life skills. We will create a plan that incorporates your goals to make you better able to direct your life toward more meaning and fulfillment.
(206) 489-3817
Seattle, Washington 98105
Amy Barker, Counselor  in Seattle
“Amy Barker, Adoption and Trauma Therapist with Northwest Trauma Counseling, affliate of Northwest Family Life, offers individualized counseling services from a relational psychotherapeutic and cognitive behavioral approach. Amy holds a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology, is licensed with Washington state as a Mental Health Counselor Associate (LMHCA), and is trained in Relational Psychotherapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Filial Play Therapy, and Sandtray Therapy. She currently works with children, teens, adults, and families treating a variety of relational, personal, and mental health concerns. She also facilitates Adoptive Parent Survival Groups, Adult Adoptee Discussion Groups, and Birthmother Support Groups.
(206) 661-2566
Seattle, Washington 98125
Nan Joy Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Sometimes what you feel on the inside feels too big to share with friends - too much to tell loved ones and still too much for you to hold on your own. That's how therapy can help. Therapy is a place where together we develop a map of your internal life, how you feel, why you feel what you feel, and what to do about all of it. You may feel kind of desperate to talk - to start examining these feelings and understanding them. If that's how you feel, I hope you'll call to set up an appointment.
(206) 569-5584
Seattle, Washington 98104
Justin Pere, Clarity Counseling Seattle P.S., Counselor  in Seattle
“Specializing in Men's Issues and Couples. I help couples build skills for managing conflict, create a system of shared meaning together, and develop new skills for enhancing friendship and intimacy. For couples, intimacy, respect, and connection in your relationship are all very possible. Goals of couples therapy include getting beyond judgment, blaming, and defensiveness to truly resolve conflict and enjoy your relationship again.
(206) 855-3934
Seattle, Washington 98119
Melissa Gayle West, Counselor  in Seattle
“I help women in transition move through the grief and turbulence of life transitions to find meaningful, radiant new life. Women experience and deal with transitions differently than men, and I have loved working with women in transition for over 25 years. With professional training in life coaching as well as psychotherapy, spiritual counseling, depth and transpersonal psychology, and body awareness, I have the skills and life experience (personal as well as professional) to support you through your transition in the way that best fits you and your specific needs.
(206) 673-3814
Seattle, Washington 98177
Marcus Berley, Counselor  in Seattle
“The changes that you experience in life can challenge the very core of who you are. These transformations are often as painful as they are illuminating. When you accept the challenge, life becomes full of opportunities. I offer counseling for individuals, couples, and families who want to reclaim their lives as their own. I offer guidance and support for people who are ready to find the gifts within the difficulties of life.
(206) 453-1639
Seattle, Washington 98112
Matthew Brooks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I believe psychotherapy offers unique possibilities for healing and growth. I enjoy working with people from all walks of life. I often work with people who feel stuck -- who want, and need, to know themselves better. You may need support during a difficult time, or you may want to resolve longstanding, unhappy conflicts. You may struggle with trauma, or have difficulty being intimate. Or you may not be able to say. Therapy is one way to grow and understand.
(206) 234-9765
Seattle, Washington 98112
“Free, live telephone consultation for the general public and helping professionals, weekdays, 9 - 10 AM. Certified/licensed clinicians and educators serve couples and individuals with diverse sexuality concerns: loss of desire; obsessive sexual behavior; erection/ ejaculation difficulties; sexual identity; orgasm; vaginismus (contractions of the vagina that prevent penetration); pain; trauma; paraphilias; and conflicts in relationships over sexual values, attitudes, or behaviors. We help clients make informed choices and change outmoded patterns of thinking and behavior to support their goals. Voice mail 24/7. In-person appointment hours can be scheduled by telephone. Therapy fees are negotiable. Services are completely confidential.
(206) 855-3466
Seattle, Washington 98105
Peter Hannah, Counselor  in Seattle
“Nice Guys & People Pleasers are my speciality. I work with men, women and couples where conflict avoidance, co-dependence and putting others first has ended up causing trouble in their lives. Most of these people come to me because of a disruption in an important relationship, or the desire for a change.
(206) 922-8740
Seattle, Washington 98109
Carol Pendleton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA, CMHS
“As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (License #MG60307219) and a Child Mental Health Specialist, I have extensive experience working with children and teenagers and their families, couples, and adults. I work closely with parents, offering functional behavior analyses, parenting plans, and ongoing parenting support to assist in developing advanced parenting skills to address their children's behaviors. I provide children therapy within the family context. I offer school advocacy services to address bullying issues and to help families access additional educational support and services. I offer Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to children and adults coping with trauma. I provide counseling to couples.
(206) 489-3276
Seattle, Washington 98109
Ron Anders, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Awareness is everything. How often do we ask ourselves: "How did I get back here again?" - repeating patterns of self-defeating behavior. Raising our awareness of these patterns can help free us from re-engaging in them. The rewards of this exploration are bountiful - as we watch new, healthier behaviors emerge. We get a glimpse of the gifts that life can offer us by simply getting out of our own way. In my practice, I have had the privilege of witnessing how the resultant emotional freedom can have a powerful healing effect on depression, anxiety and trauma.
(206) 743-9323
Seattle, Washington 98104
Lynn H Cunningham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MA, MSW, LICSW, PhD
“I work with people who pull their hair. I believe it is possible to make sense of trichotillomania, to achieve some relief, and to understand "why me?" If you pull your hair, probably you are also anxious and depressed that your personal will and sense of agency fail to control your pulling. Trichotillomania tends to complicate every relationship because it affects self esteem, disrupts your social life and interferes with your productive and creative efforts, and most telling, means hair thinning or baldness. Sadly, statistics show that people usually pull their hair for more than a decade before they seek help.
(206) 370-1500
Seattle, Washington 98112
Erika Falit-Baiamonte, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have over 15 years of experience providing therapy and support to those who struggle with depression, anxiety, interpersonal and family conflicts, job related stress, behavioral issues in children, parenting concerns and the impact of trauma, illness and life transitions. I am particularly interested in supporting families in their relationships with one another and I believe in encouraging choices that are nurturing to all family members.
(206) 922-8274
Seattle, Washington 98115
Lisa Weinberg, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people who are feeling stuck or at a crossroads. I know what a difficult and scary place that can be. As a therapist, I meet you just where you're at, with openness and compassion. We'll work together to help you better understand what is getting in your way and how to find your way to a place of greater freedom and possibilities.
(206) 898-0515
Seattle, Washington 98104
John Schwab, PhD, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist treating individuals, couples and families with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, sexual concerns and career challenges. I work to establish a place where people can disclose and pursue their most personal challenges openly and truthfully.
(206) 922-8244
Seattle, Washington 98104
Chris Miller, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My philosophy is therapy has the potential to be a healing and empowering experience that can lead to great personal growth. I believe in the importance of creating a therapeutic environment that is safe, supportive and non-judgmental. I strive to be genuine, accepting and empathic to help clients feel understood and comfortable discussing their issues. My experience has been clients are able to make healthy changes when these factors are present in therapy. Ultimately, I believe it is important for a client to feel the therapeutic relationship is a good "fit" for him or her.
(425) 321-5398
Seattle, Washington 98104
Leon Monroe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSWAA
“I use traditional "talk therapy" to meet you where you are while applying techniques from mindfulness based stress reduction, cognitive behavioral therapy as well as other approaches in order to help you uncover your authentic self and reach your optimum potential.I believe that no one understands your experience as well as you do. I also believe real growth and positive change are most possible when a person feels safe and supported. For that reason, I strive to create an honest, sincere, non-judgmental and personable environment for the purposes of counseling and therapy.
(206) 538-2807
Seattle, Washington 98103
Ursula Popp, Counselor  in Seattle
“For decades, I have offered my clients a sophisticated form of healthcare, promoting physical, emotional and spiritual health. Consistently, my clients have discovered that a deep sense of well-being arises only when their presenting issue is addressed from a broad and holistic perspective, when the unity of body, mind and spirit are tended to. In order to offer this kind of care I have pursued training in Counseling, Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine, Massage and Cranio-Sacral Therapy.
(206) 735-4888
Seattle, Washington 98177
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