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Therapists in Seattle

Elizabeth Peixoto, Counselor  in Seattle
“If you, as a parent, are concerned about your child's behaviors or mental health, therapy can help. I am a youth and family therapist, and I enjoy working with children, teens, and parents in order to discover the meaning behind emotional distress and challenging behaviors. My aim is to provide a safe, supportive environment which allows you and your child to comfortably explore and work through difficult emotions and challenges. We will work together on creating goals, working towards those goals, and leaving therapy with tools and skills you can use outside of therapy and throughout life.
(206) 981-3248
Seattle, Washington 98119
Nadia G Ahrens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACHT
“I believe that everyone has a life purpose. My goal is to assist clients achieve fulfillment and empowerment in their lives. At times we come across obstacles in life, or feel "stuck". These are opportunities for personal growth and reflection.
(253) 248-4275
Seattle, Washington 98103
Sara Hiatt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have over 20 years experience offering compassionate and goal-oriented therapy for adults and teens with trauma/abuse histories and/or depression that are causing current mood problems, frequent upsetting memories, relationship problems, poor choices, self esteem issues, shame, numbness, sleep problems and anxiety. I specialize in Lifespan Integration and EMDR, two rapid trauma resolution techniques. Both can quickly and effectively resolve past issues that are causing current life problems without re-traumatizing.
(253) 248-4320
Seattle, Washington 98115
Amy Chilcote MA LMHC, Counselor  in Seattle
“In times of trouble, our thoughts and emotions can become overwhelming and painful. Talking with a counselor can reduce confusion and help you feel better. I will listen carefully to your point of view, ask questions about your life - past and present - and provide input on issues you raise. Over time, this process can provide perspective, insight, and tools for meaningful change. I provide counseling on a wide range of issues including anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, immigration/acculturation, divorce/co-parenting, relationship difficulties, family/parent/child issues, educational concerns, and work/life balance.
(206) 535-1825
Seattle, Washington 98109
“By being present with my clients' suffering, I help them to achieve both acceptance and change. I believe that everyone deserves happiness and that the path to happiness requires honesty, kindness, and compassion for both self and others. My style is interactive and collaborative with an emphasis on making changes via concrete, specific plans of action. I believe in creating a safe place where clients can feel seen, heard, and accepted for who they are. My understanding of the healing nature of the therapeutic relationship is grounded in attachment theory. I especially enjoy working with issues of identity and differentness.
(206) 745-0374
Seattle, Washington 98107
Adrienne Johanson Bentsen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I specialize in individual and couples psychotherapy, helping people live more authentically by exploring barriers to this. I often address issues related to dishonesty, anger, infidelity, assertiveness, confidence, depression and anxiety. I provide a safe, nonjudgmental space to motivate honest communication, aiming to identify outlets for more creativity and passion. My work focuses on understanding one's unique meaning-making, casting light on what is or isn't helpful. It's each individual's choice to lean into difficulty to create intimacy, and I want to help you do this in healthy ways.
(206) 535-1639
Seattle, Washington 98102
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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
Cassie Salewske, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMHC, NCC
“If you've ever found yourself wondering...'Who am I? Why do I keep repeating these same patterns in my life? How did I get here?'...then I am the therapist for you! It is my role to guide you toward the growth and discovery you seek in your life. If you are struggling to come to terms with your past, or want to feel more whole, healed, and complete in the present, I can help you find and create the answers that you seek.
(206) 455-7123
Seattle, Washington 98122
Treina Aronson, LMHC Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Pain, confusion, anger, frustration, disillusionment, powerlessness...when life throws us a curveball we often feel this and more. Therapy assists you in navigating this terrain with compassion and understanding. I create an environment of safety and trust where you can build upon your current strengths to gain awareness of self-limiting beliefs and empowerment to increase self-efficacy.
(206) 963-2946
Seattle, Washington 98116
ABLE Counseling Services, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“ABLE Counseling Services is a leading treatment provider for process (behavioral) addictions including, but not limited to: sex addiction, internet addiction, love/relationship obsession/avoidance, and other compulsive behaviors.
(206) 347-8149
Seattle, Washington 98104
Brian Pendergast, Counselor  in Seattle
“My practice is geared towards working through issues related to emotional/relational violence and trauma caused by abuse (physical, sexual, emotional). I also work with clients who have found themselves depressed and/or anxious due to some of these problems in their history. I believe in helping you find new ways of relating to yourself and others that foster wholeness, peace and honesty. My approach is couched in a mixture of kindness and truth, the goal being for you to see yourself more clearly with a greater sense of love and esteem, leading to increased contentment in life and relationships.
(253) 655-2317
Seattle, Washington 98109
Annmarie Stankovich, Counselor  in Seattle
“Find hope after tragedy or use your past as a source of strength for your future. My approach is holistic, encompassing the thoughts, emotions, physical health, nutrition, and relationships of the individual. This is a journey into wellness. You will have the opportunity to tap into your emotions, manage your symptoms, develop goals, & build skills for coping and resolving personal struggles. Together we will work on changing self-defeating thoughts and behaviors, which will result in making positive choices and changes. Living a fulfilling and rewarding life is the best gift you can give to yourself!
(253) 237-2909
Seattle, Washington 98119
Chantel Thurman, Counselor  in Seattle
“People seek therapy for many reasons. Sometimes, a feeling of overwhelm or crisis dominates. Alternately, one may feel "stuck" in one's life -- trapped in long-standing patterns. In our work together, we will address the issues bringing you to therapy and uncover the larger dynamics which are influencing the situations at hand. We will utilize a variety of psychological tools and techniques aimed at cultivating a "greater self"; one better able to navigate life's ups and downs through increased self-acceptance, enhanced natural creativity, a heightened capacity for relationship and an increased ability to contain difficult emotional states.
(206) 557-3972
Seattle, Washington 98112
Ilsa Spreiter, Counselor  in Seattle
“The strength of my approach lies in my ability to help empower my clients to know their truth and take charge of their lives. Many come to me overwhelmed and isolated; they lack energy, feel "paralyzed" by decision-making or wrestle with judgmental inner voices. At the heart of this is a struggle to find and accept themselves. I offer an integrative perspective, combining talk therapy with mindfulness and body-centered approaches, psychological and spiritual traditions. I help you connect to yourself and the world around you; work with challenging emotions; and cultivate greater self-love.
(206) 489-3486
Seattle, Washington 98122
Charlotte House, Counselor  in Seattle
“Empowerment begins with knowing how to sense something within other than the pain you carry. With Talk and Body Awareness therapies you will learn how to touch that pain from a place of strength instead of coping. Together, you and I uncover your unique ability to meet and "digest" wounded parts, allowing you to feel more authentic, alive and full of self-worth. These body-centered skills allow you to make everyday life a therapeutic experience. I use this integrated approach to recovery from childhood issues because the results are deep, gentle, and lasting.
(206) 557-6874
Seattle, Washington 98103
Dan Crystal, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I practice in downtown Seattle and provide treatment to adults, couples, and adolescents dealing with a problem in living. I specialize in working with: recovery from anxiety or depression; addressing conflict or dissatisfaction in one’s intimate or family relationships; alcohol or drug use, or another form of addiction; and processing and healing physically or emotionally traumatic experiences, whether from childhood or current. My experiences have fostered in me the belief that change can happen for anyone.
(206) 535-2012
Seattle, Washington 98104
Agnes Kwong, Psychologist  in Seattle
“You may be considering therapy because you feel stuck or dissatisfied about some parts of your life. You might be aware of the person you want to be and can be, but something is getting in the way of that and you would like to understand what. Or, you might need a place to talk about difficult experiences so you can make sense of them. As someone who truly believes in the healing power of therapy, I am glad you are considering it as a way of reaching your potential, regardless of whom you choose as your therapist.
(206) 535-1930
Seattle, Washington 98103
“I understand you are looking for help and this is the first step to healing and changing your life. I work with addiction and adoption issues. I see you as a whole person and am mindful of the pain you have experienced and "get" that there are many ways to recovery. I also work with adult adoptees searching for biological family and understand the unique feelings that can happen along the path. Feelings of; will I be accepted, am I enough to be loved, do I belong? These are normal questions and can run deeper in an adopted person.
(206) 965-9148
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jeanne West, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am a therapist in the Eastlake neighborhood of Seattle, who specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders. Social Phobia, Health-related Anxiety, Agoraphobia and Panic, OCD, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Specific Phobias are some of the most common reasons people see me. Anxiety is often coupled with depression. I have experience with a broad range of other issues, including phase-of-life issues, and counseling for people who would just like to come in for personal growth or to process life events. I like to ally with clients to plan evidence-based treatments for their specific situations.
(415) 802-0512
Seattle, Washington 98102
Patricia Mckee, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am a Washington State Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the University Village area of Seattle. I provide couple and individual counseling for depression, anxiety, relationship issues, physical and sexual abuse, adoption, grief/loss, stress, and life transitions. Visit
(253) 248-4513
Seattle, Washington 98105
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