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Therapists in Seattle

Donovan R Bigelow, Counselor  in Seattle
“The Only Cure Is Strength. Our work together will focus on your needs. Psychoanalytic Therapy, integrated with other perspectives, is a powerful and effective way to help individuals and couples address life's most urgent issues. Together we can work through, overcome, or improve: Depression, stress and anxiety, Love and intimate relationships, Family conflict resolution, Sexuality and body image, Parent-child conflicts, Drug abuse and eating disorders, Balancing work and personal life, Managing emotions effectively, Strengthening the will/ego, Artistic and athletic creativity, and Creation of meaning. Every effort in therapy should be focused on achieving an aesthetic self-creation.
(206) 940-6732
Seattle, Washington 98104
Anna LaRocco-Cockburn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, MPH
“Deciding to see a therapist is a positive first step towards change. During our time together, I will work hard to create a safe space where you are able to ask important questions and engage in thoughtful, nonjudgmental conversations that facilitate new insight. Discussions of how your past informs the present will be important, as well as here-and-now strategies that may include mindfulness, problem solving or cognitive behavioral interventions. Periodically, I will ask you how therapy is or isn't what you had hoped and for ways the two of us can improve our dialogue to achieve your goals.
(206) 743-9930
Seattle, Washington 98105
Elaine Willey, Counselor  in Seattle
“For nearly 20 years, I've worked with individuals and couples struggling with relationship problems, challenging life transitions like mid-life crises, stressful job issues, grief and loss, chronic illness, and living authentically. I also specialize in depression, anxiety, and stress. You're not alone in your struggle once we begin to work together. I listen deeply to really understand you as we work to transform your issues. I offer sessions in my Seattle office, by phone, or by Skype.
(206) 455-7166
Seattle, Washington 98105
John A. DeNinno, Psychologist  in Seattle
“In psychotherapy much depends upon the rapport. You must feel comfortable with the therapist and hopeful about the therapy. When you feel this way, therapy is more likely to be helpful to you. I have been practicing clinical psychology since 1977. I focus on the interplay between our internal world and our relations with others. Not restricted to one approach, I integrate a range of useful change strategies including interpersonal and cognitive-behavioral. Psychotherapy is both an educational process and an interpersonal process. Each personís experience is unique. I have special interest in eating disorders, relationship disturbances, depression, and stress.
(253) 220-6257
Seattle, Washington 98133
Carolyn Sharp, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CMHS
“I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker and Child Mental Health Specialist in the State of Washington with 20 years of experience working with children, adults and families in educational, recreational, and therapeutic settings. I use a collaborative, supportive and dynamic approach, which focuses on solutions for positive and lasting change. This this relies heavily on mindfulness, attachment and psychodynamic traditions, incorporating other practices when helpful. Within my approaches I weave in my own style which is direct, empathic, and playful.
(253) 214-9135
Seattle, Washington 98102
Karlie Markendorf, Art Therapist  in Seattle
“During times of stress and transition, seeking therapy can be a source of support, comfort, and even inspiration. Traditional talk therapy, art therapy, and body-centered therapy (including EMDR) offer tools to explore the things that bring us, or our children, into therapy. In thirteen years of practice, I have found that honoring the body and creative process is helpful in addressing complex trauma, grief/loss, PTSD, sexual trauma, and issues that affect mind/body/emotions/energy including anxiety, depression, addictive behavior, and physical pain. I love working co-creatively with adolescents and adults of all ages.
(206) 557-6657
Seattle, Washington 98104
Clare Isaacson, Counselor  in Seattle
“I provide patient, effective help addressing the problems you face in your daily life. You may be struggling with depression or anxiety, difficulties with relationships or with parenting, or conflicts at work or at school. You may be facing recent loss, the impact of a traumatic event, or a crisis of meaning in your life. With over 30 years in practice, I bring a wealth of experience and understanding to issues of concern to you. Together we can work through the problems that keep you feeling worried and stuck.
(253) 220-6634
Seattle, Washington 98103
Avery Fisher, Counselor  in Seattle
“I believe therapy is a powerful component of self-care and self-love. I often work with folks who have experienced acute trauma, secondary trauma, and/or traumas of oppression and marginalization. Symptoms like anxiety, depression, PTSD, and general feelings of stuckness can result from those trauma injuries. The work I do is all about addressing those symptoms and that trauma in a powerful and embodied way so it's no longer holding you back from doing the important work you're here to do.
(206) 535-1899
Seattle, Washington 98102
Progressive Family Services, LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I have five years experience as a couple and family therapist and am dedicated to creating a collaborative atmosphere of honesty and compassion. My goal is to support people in gaining awareness about themselves, their emotions, and their relationships in order to meet their desired goals for positive and lasting change. I approach my work with warmth, humor, and straight-forward reflection. I believe the most productive therapeutic setting is tailored specifically to each client's needs and preferences. Some of the therapeutic styles I draw upon include: Systems, Mindfulness, Emotionally-Focused, Psycho-Education, Gottman, and Narrative therapies.
(206) 538-2889
Seattle, Washington 98115
Trevor Slocum, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome. Are you looking for more joy and better relationships? My training has taught me to help people examine and describe the life they have, identifying areas in which they are "stuck,"Ě and reconnect to the life-goals that motivated them. Sometimes this stuckness has to do with certain feelings, sometimes it is about past traumas, often it shows up as repeating patterns in significant relationships, and sometimes it manifests as a malaise in which a direction in life seems impossible to find.
(206) 673-5309
Seattle, Washington 98101
Liziah Richards, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you struggling with anxiety and insecurity in your professional and personal life? Is depression dimming your light? Would you like guidance making wise decisions in your dating and intimate relationships? Does your family need support finding open and functional communication? I provide soulful and skillful counseling to those who want to live their wisdom in the real world and heal their hearts. I offer help with anxiety, personality disorders, depression, life transitions, and relationship challenges. I blend traditional therapeutic modalities with yoga, breath, meditation and mindfulness practice. I work with adults and families.
(206) 557-6052
Seattle, Washington 98103
Beth Healy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Therapy can be surprising. Worry or anger or despair can open up hope and meaning. Rather than seeing yourself as flawed-and your distress as a problem to be eliminated-you can learn to feel compassion for yourself and recognize your challenges are pointing to new directions. Usually, my clients find increased vitality and satisfaction in their lives. Connection to self, others, and spirit can strengthen. Your pain can ease.
(206) 905-9096
Seattle, Washington 98119
Brigid Blume, Art Therapist  in Seattle
“I am an artist and art therapist who works with children and adults individually and in groups. I have over five years of experience working in the helping professions; including work in early childhood education, community mental health, and an acute inpatient psychiatric setting. I have led individual and group art therapy sesssions, as well as facilitated art based activities within a school setting. I have experience working with children from birth through age 12, adults with severe/persistent mental illness, the homeless population, and the elderly.
(206) 971-6627
Seattle, Washington 98126
Steven Wolfson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life is what happens while you are busy making other plans. We all experience life events that challenge our notion of what we expect our lives to look like and can struggle to move forward with confidence. Times of struggle and challenge can provide great opportunity for positive change if you are able to capitalize on the moment. My job as a therapist is to aid families and individuals identify the strengths and abilities they can bring to the challenging situations they face.
(206) 257-2694
Seattle, Washington 98133
Jennifer Keyte, Counselor  in Seattle
“Despite your best efforts, life is unknowable - you can't always predict or be prepared for what comes your way. Difficulties are inevitable. When they occur, you might need help sorting out what's going on and what to do next. The good news is, therapy helps. When you're feeling miserable, unlovable and afraid, therapy helps. When you find yourself asking the question "why me?", therapy helps. When you're ready to step into your life and take charge of it, instead of having it take charge of you, therapy helps.
(206) 455-7334
Seattle, Washington 98136
Jessica M Leith, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, MedFT
“I am competent to work with youth, individuals, couples, and families struggling from a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety, parenting, women's health, self harm, suicidal tendencies, couple and family distress. These can manifest as ambivalence, low energy, increased/decreased sleep, low self esteem, isolation, overall dissatisfaction in life, irritability, poor job/school performance, behavioral issues, symptoms of physical illness,conflict in interpersonal relationships, and maladaptive communication patterns. I also enjoy helping individuals, couples, and families navigate through difficult life transitions whether this is marriage, child rearing, retirement, divorce, or death.
(206) 981-5338
Seattle, Washington 98119
Donna M Allen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“Right now things aren't going as smoothly as you'd like in your relationship with your spouse, partner, or with one or more close family members. You're probably wishing for things to be different, to be better. I work with couples and families in a fair and supportive way that values each individual and helps you sort out what's working and what could be better. I'll help you through the devastating effects of a crisis and learn how to move forward, re-creating your relationship as you wish it could be.
(206) 745-4717
Seattle, Washington 98115
Julie Hendrickson, Counselor  in Seattle
“It you're reading this then you're taking the first step to getting help with how you're living your life. I find that most people who seek therapy are struggling with some pain or conflict they cannot overcome with the skills and support currently present in their lives. Talking to a trained professional about your troubles can bring relief and help you to make changes. I work with individuals and couples to help them overcome obstacles in their lives such as unrealized potential, feelings of being overwhelmed or hopeless, relationship troubles, constant stress, and self-destructive behaviors.
(206) 922-8269
Seattle, Washington 98112
Alexandra Szablya, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people who are looking to get more out of their lives - at work, in relationships, in this complicated world. Choosing a therapist can be stressful, and that's the last thing you want; call to set up a free consult to see if we're a good match to work through your issues. My areas of focus include depression and anxiety, grief, sexual issues in relationships, and sexual issues that get in the way of committed relationships.
(206) 981-5260
Seattle, Washington 98109
Mysti Coccia-Eddy, Counselor  in Seattle
“From time to time everyone faces difficulties. When we experience great amounts of stress or development, these difficulties can easily become overwhelming. My goal as a therapist is for my clients to feel a sense of healing and personal growth.
(206) 673-5279
Seattle, Washington 98125
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