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Domestic Abuse Therapists in Puyallup

Steve Stewart, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Puyallup
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LMHC, LPC
“Angry? Scared? Worried? Confused and or ashamed? I work with people who have lost HOPE and people in unusually difficult circumstances. Hope empowers people to CHANGE. I also understand that change involves risk, so I respect that some changes are not easy. By exploring and sometimes adjusting the underlying beliefs, values, and emotions that drive your reactions and behaviors, I think you'll be able to achieve your best changes. You can find hope. You can LIVE again.
Domestic Abuse
(503) 213-4670
Puyallup, Washington 98375
Freda Carda, Counselor  in Puyallup
“I believe everyone has a right to live a calm, happy and fulfilled life. For some, that is easier said than done. For those who are having a more challenging time finding the life they want, counseling may be the right choice to help guide those who are ready for change. I work with teens, adults, couples and families who are struggling with life's challenges. I offer researched based systems, therapies and support for the individual, as well as resources for the entire family, to help bring function and joy to their lives.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 299-8062
Puyallup, Washington 98373
Cheri Rohlman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Puyallup
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CHT
“Marriage and Couples Therapy: Has your relationship lost its spark? Do you and your partner seem to argue more often and lack the fun you once had? Are you having communication problems? Have you lost trust in your partner and can't seem to get it back?" I can help you overcome many problems in your marriage. I specialize in working with couples in crisis due to affairs, financial stress, porn and sex addiction, control issues, and childhood trauma affecting your marriage. I can help you strengthen your communication, intimacy, and trust. I work with pre-marital counseling and divorce/transition counseling.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 248-4522
Puyallup, Washington 98371
Katrina Oxborrow, Counselor  in Puyallup
“Welcome... Are you struggling with something in your life or relationships? I believe that each individual has great potential for happy, healthy relationships, and for satisfaction in life. Therapy offers a collaborative, safe, and healing opportunity to achieve this happiness and satisfaction. I work with youth, adults, and couples. We work on: trauma recovery, loss/grief, premarital preparation, marriage, womens' issues, family, anxiety/depression, sex/intimacy, transitions, relationship issues, parenting, divorce recovery, single parenting, blending families, & general life challenges. Seeking therapy is a great step toward growth, healing, and hope. Congratulations on starting the journey to lasting change and happiness!
Domestic Abuse
(425) 341-1624
Puyallup, Washington 98371
Illuminations Therapeutic Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Puyallup
“I believe that good therapy is a journey that I accompany my clients on. I feel that each person is unique and the course of therapy is tailored to their needs and comfort level. My ideal client wants something different, better or more in their life and they are ready to work for it. I use both traditional therapeutic styles and hypnotherapy to help my clients find the change they are looking for. I am honored to work with my clients on depression, anxiety, stress, medical noncompliance, health issues, abuse, anger, trauma, dental anxiety, weight loss and other life issues.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 271-4967
Puyallup, Washington 98371
Gretchen Smith, Counselor  in Puyallup
“Remember the saying, "Two heads are better than one?" I believe counseling should be collaborative. Both counselor and client bring knowledge and experience to the table. Together we can go over what strategies have not worked and implement new ones. Many life problems are complex, having biological, psychological, and/or social factors, but all are spiritually implicated in some way. My Christ-centered approach emphasizes Biblical renewing of the mind and spiritual growth, in addition to practical, proven strategies to help you overcome. I will support and care for you, strive to restore hope, and walk with you on your journey!
Domestic Abuse
(253) 655-1408
Puyallup, Washington 98374
Joshua Gates, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Puyallup
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you having difficulty coping with stress or life transition? Are your relationships with your significant other, family, or coworkers less than desirable? Maybe you feel depressed or anxious. Life can be difficult at times without help from someone else. I have 10 years of experiencing providing counseling and psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and families from all walks of life. Let me help you discover your strengths and get things back on track.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 215-4139
Puyallup, Washington 98373
Wallace A. Goelzer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Puyallup
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I AM CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. I work with adults, children, teens, and older adults. The last nine years I've practiced privately, doing individual, marital and couples therapy, and family therapy. I have experience assisting couples with marital and relationship difficulties where communication and problem solving methods become important. I utiliize cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems theory and mindfulness training while assisting people who feel depressed or anxious. I assist parents with a variety of parenting issues.
Domestic Abuse
(206) 397-0927
Puyallup, Washington 98371
Kellee Franks, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Puyallup
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am an experienced therapist in working with children, adolescents, individuals, couples and families. In 2004, I graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. I then went on to complete a Master's of Arts in Couple and Family Therapy from Pacific Lutheran University in 2006. I am currently working on a Ph.D. in Couples and Family from Northcentral University.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 299-8318
Puyallup, Washington 98371
Rebecca Lynn Beutler, Psychologist  in Puyallup
“Please note that I do not prescribe medication. My office hours are Monday - Thursday from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. I have experience in a variety of behavioral health issues due to working in community mental health and at a university counseling center. The first 1-2 sessions will be for evaluation purposes. If I am the best fit, we will work to develop an individualized treatment plan addressing your specific goals. Focus areas include: * Personal development * Coping skills * Navigating transitions * Creating meaning * Problem solving * Overcoming fears * Self-esteem/Confidence * Boundaries with others * Improving communication and intimacy * Resolving losses and conflict
Domestic Abuse
(253) 666-9046
Puyallup, Washington 98375
Dolynda Allen, Counselor  in Puyallup
“It is quite common to experience difficulties throughout life. When these difficulties arise an individual may seek the assistance of a counselor or therapist in order to better understand and deal with the issues. Deciding to seek counseling is the first step in change and is often one of the hardest decisions to make. I work with clients who are trying to cope with early childhood trauma, sexual abuse, PTSD, couples issues, family integration problems, and anxiety and depression. I am someone who is interested in listening to your concerns and in helping you develop a better understanding of these issues.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 235-0902
Puyallup, Washington 98375
Anahita F Armin, Counselor  in Puyallup
“Life is hard; no one said it would be easy. Nothing that has value comes easily. It seems the things that can bring us lasting joy are the things we have to work to achieve. We are all unique in history. Where we come from, which family, which culture, impacted who we are and who we will or have become.Yet, all of us are the same in that we need human interaction. We come into this world seeking others, touch, interaction. We are neither meant to be or have to be completely alone.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 218-1731
Puyallup, Washington 98374
Heather Schilling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Puyallup
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I like to view counseling from a systems and solution focused perspective. I believe that in order for change to occur, all parties need to be heard and valued. Open communication and trust are very important for me as a therapist and you as a client. I graduated from a program accredited by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). Therefore, it is my passion and privilege to guide individuals, couples and families through their journey of finding hope, restoring balance and creating a shared meaning. I offer appointments on Wednesday's and Friday's including evenings.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 214-3158
Puyallup, Washington 98373
Gina Palumbo, Counselor  in Puyallup
“Many people feel uncomfortable pursuing therapy because of the stigma associated with it. People may fear that asking for help is a sign of weakness or indicates a serious mental health issue. In reality, seeking support is an indication of strength, health, and resilience. Whether this is your first time seeking a therapist or you are returning to therapy, in my practice you can discuss issues openly and we will work collaboratively to resolve conflicts and develop confidence. Whatever your reason for seeking therapy my approach is to help you confront rather than avoid problems.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 209-2661
Puyallup, Washington 98374
Nicole Grace DiBacco, Counselor  in Puyallup
“We all struggle in life at some point or another. However, it takes a lot of courage and strength to embark into therapy in order to work through these struggles and find peace. For this reason, my goal is to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where you can openly explore the sources of your distress, reflect upon your emotional states and find pathways toward relief. In addition to traditional talk therapy, I incorporate the creative and body based approaches of dance/movement therapy, expressive art therapies and mindfulness practices to meet the unique needs of each individual.
Domestic Abuse
(206) 965-9121
Puyallup, Washington 98372
“I focus on helping my clients understand and heal attachment issues, processing of trauma, resolving parenting difficulties, and work/life conflicts. My goal is to give my clients a place to feel safe to discuss the stresses and troubles they may be experiencing. Although I counsel people of all ages, I particularly enjoy seeing children under the age of 18. I also like to provide support for parents and help the family achieve regulation by improving understanding and communication between family members.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 237-4973
Office is near:
Puyallup, Washington 98373
Angie Fosmark, Counselor  in Puyallup
“I work with adults and adolescents experiencing depression, anxiety, anger, relationship problems, post traumatic stress, loss and grief, as well as crisis and life transitions. I help individuals and couples recover from painful experiences, overcome barriers that interfere with relationships and well being, and find healthy, satisfying approaches to problems.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 256-1485
Office is near:
Puyallup, Washington 98373
Barbara Ann Bauml, Counselor  in Puyallup
“Reaching out to another is often a courageous first step in initiating beneficial change. Everyone has within them an essential wisdom that can be accessed to grow, heal, and fully develop. By exploring current difficulties and concerns in a supportive environment, my clients and I tailor an approach uniquely suited to addressing their needs. As we listen deeply to these matters, we discover new ways of seeing life situations and responding to them. My practice areas include individual, couple and relationship counseling, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, early life abuse, family issues, parenting, spiritual exploration, and financial counseling.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 248-4507
Office is near:
Puyallup, Washington 98375
Kirsten A Nelson, Counselor  in Puyallup
“Every individual comes to me with a unique set of circumstances that deserves a unique treatment plan. I am a client-centered counselor. My approach is to promote empowerment and positive mental health by helping you build on your own strengths and abilities to resolve conflicts and achieve optimal functioning in everyday life. It is my belief that the most successful therapy experience results when collaboration between client and clinician occurs to determine treatment goals.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 329-5775
Office is near:
Puyallup, Washington 98373
Lizzie Munday, Counselor  in Puyallup
“Therapy and the process of change can be daunting but, YOU ARE WORTH IT! My focus and goal in my work with you is to help navigate through your personal process of growth and change. I use a strength based, client centered and cognitive/behavioral approach to help develop techniques and coping skills to get you to where you want to be to feel solace and peace in your life. The most important step in the process is establishing a client/therapist relationship based on mutual respect and integrity.
Domestic Abuse
(253) 444-2946
Office is near:
Puyallup, Washington 98371

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Domestic Abuse Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic abuse in Puyallup or for Puyallup domestic abuse counseling, these Therapists provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in an abusive relationship. They include domestic abuse Therapists, domestic abuse psychologists and domestic abuse counselors. A Therapist can help with child abuse in Puyallup, emotional abuse, passive aggressive behavior, sexual abuse and domestic violence in Puyallup. A Therapist can identify the signs and causes of Puyallup domestic abuse, discuss intervention and refer victims to domestic abuse shelters.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Puyallup have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Puyallup you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Puyallup and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Puyallup or family therapy in Puyallup.