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Therapists in Seattle

Janet Edlefsen, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you preoccupied with food and weight...on an endless cycle of diet attempts...concerned about your health? I have 35+ years of experience helping people resolve eating disorders and make peace with food and their bodies. I advocate a "non-dieting" approach to developing a relaxed, "normal relationship" with food. I work with all types of eating concerns, including compulsive eating, bulimia, anorexia, obesity...and related issues, including body image, self-esteem and depression. I addition to counseling, I have a strong background in health, fitness and nutrition.
(206) 745-0558
Seattle, Washington 98105
Nina Evelyn Shilling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Sometimes in life we get stuck, and try as we might, our effort to un-stick is just so much wheel- spinning: no matter what we do, we remain in that rut, watching it deepen every time we accelerate. The rut might be caused by something small or by something very large. It can feel familiar, or be brand new, never experienced before. Sometimes it causes a subtle disturbance, a loss of harmony and balance. Sometimes it results in more pronounced symptoms: depression or anxiety or a change in our ability to constructively handle emotions like anger.
(206) 462-5966
Seattle, Washington 98121
Jennifer Augé, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you unhappy with the path you are on? Are you feeling disconnected from people in your life? Do you want to build, strengthen, or repair your relationships? Sometimes we know we're dissatisfied, but are perhaps not sure why, and are even less certain about what to do to change it. My aim as your therapist is to offer a different perspective and to support you as you increase self-awareness and make conscious choices. We will examine attitudes, beliefs, and life patterns that may be impacting your functioning, self-esteem, and ability to deal with life's challenges.
(206) 790-2158
Seattle, Washington 98101
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
Pacific Northwest Family Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“My passion and focus is on relationships. I believe complete change and healing should be done by treating the whole family system. My goal is to help couples work through any distress they may be experiencing. This includes helping blended families work out the new roles each member is stepping into as well as helping divorced couples learn to effectively co-parent their children so that the children remain the priority. My modalities of treatment stem from Family Systems Theory, as well as, Attachment Theory.
(206) 745-4056
Seattle, Washington 98102
Gary E. Connor, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Are you are twenty-something or a business person with alcohol or relationship issues? Are you a teacher with a student who is overwhelmed, fearful and sinking rapidly into painful failure? Are you a mother feeling overburdened with family matters causing further complications to an already hectic schedule? You may confidently approach me with these problems. I most often see adults and teens with issues clustered around personal worries, low mood and dissatisfaction with self.
(206) 429-6948
Seattle, Washington 98104
Simcha Shtull, Counselor  in Seattle
“My private practice in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle is open to individuals, couples and families seeking support in healing relationships with themselves and others. I help my clients better understand what motivates them to behave or react the way they do, and guide them in finding new scripts for their lives that serve them better. I have a specialty niche in premarital and early-stage couples counseling.
(347) 983-9610
Seattle, Washington 98109
Carol Poole, Counselor  in Seattle
“People can get stuck in painful emotional states and relationship patterns, for all kinds of reasons. I help people with chronic emotional pain, depression, anxiety, and the aftereffects of trauma and abuse. I focus on helping people work through sources of pain, and build their capacities for a satisfying life. In couples counseling, I help partners hear and understand each other in new ways, and create the space they need to thrive as both individuals and as partners in a relationship.
(253) 343-0824
Seattle, Washington 98112
Noreen J Wedman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Healing frees up energy to Live Life more Fully. I specialize in working with people who have experienced chronic verbal abuse and emotionally abusive relationships, domestic violence, Difficult Divorces, rape, and physical abuse. I assist clients in reducing the negative charge surrounding traumatic life events in order to reduce the power of these events to harm their quality of life. Attention is paid to physical health issues in terms of improving overall well-being and physical illnesses associated with excess stress. I offer Individual and Group Counseling, and have written a workbook: A ToolKit for Healing from Verbally Abusive Relationships.
(206) 745-4814
Seattle, Washington 98119
Goodenough Company, Inc, Counselor  in Seattle
“I counsel people with issues in their careers, specifically: Work Related Stress Disorders; ADHD or learning differences resulting in work effectiveness issues; terminations, and career choice/change. I may be the right person to help if you answer yes to any of the questions below: 1. What do I want to do with the rest of my career life? 2. Is it difficult to stay employed and you don't know why? 3. Does your ADD or Dyslexia create work problems? 4. Are you a Vet returning from the wars and need to transition into civilian career life?
(253) 248-4288
Seattle, Washington 98119
Naoko Nakano Brown, Counselor  in Seattle
“Wanting to make a change and move forward, but feeling stuck? It is often difficult to get a good grasp of your experience when you have a lot on your mind. Sometimes it gets in your way of a wish to change. It can be challenging to be kind and gentle to yourself as well as to your feelings at a time. These experiences often make one feels stuck. I believe, increasing awareness and understanding of experience(s) will help you to gain alternative perspectives that would help you to no longer feel stuck and/or afraid.
(206) 257-2701
Seattle, Washington 98105
Colin C Ward, Counselor  in Seattle
“My approach is brief, systemic, strength centered, client directed, and outcomes-focused. My expertise covers a wide variety of clinical issues, including relational/family distress, loss and trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, and personal wellness. With specific expertise in working with men, I also provide executive coaching for career transition and leadership development. I believe that each individual has unique and inherent personal qualities necessary for empowering change, creating fulfilling relationships and leading a meaningful life. Having authored Strength Centered Counseling (2011), I provide a collaborative environment to regain hope and practice those skills necessary for personal and professional life satisfaction.
(206) 858-1177
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
Pamela Ann Pollock, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome! I'm looking forward to meeting you. I am a very interactive, solution-focused therapist who provides counseling to those dealing with current life challenges as well as long-standing issues. I work with both women and men and have a specific expertise in treating adult women who experienced childhood sexual abuse or other forms of trauma. My overall treatment specialization includes: abuse and trauma (sexual, emotional, physical, spiritual, domestic violence), anxiety and panic attacks, anger issues, depression, grief and loss, life transitions, low self-esteem and self-confidence, relationship issues, and work-related concerns.
(206) 504-3993
Seattle, Washington 98125
Jan Gullette, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“My approach to therapy is the acknowledgment that this is a collaborative process where we explore how your beliefs, thoughts, unique chemistry, along with your physical health, social and spiritual experiences affect who you are and how satisfied you are with your life. In a safe and comfortable environment we can learn what you are seeking to understand and what you wish to accomplish in our work together. I provide counseling, therapy, medication management and alternatives to medication when indicated. I have over 20 years experience working with individuals, couples and families.
(206) 535-2041
Seattle, Washington 98112
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
West Seattle Counseling, Mary Torres, MA, Counselor  in Seattle
“Seeking therapy should not be intimidating. Life can be so difficult, but having someone there to help you sort things out can be extremely beneficial. It is important to me that every potential client gets a free initial session so that we can see if our personalities work well together. I have helped clients with a wide variety of issues, but it is the relationship that we build that will have the most impact for you. I look forward to the chance to help you discover yourself and make the changes that are important to you.
(206) 535-1464
Seattle, Washington 98126
Deb Kahn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“As the poet Mary Oliver asks, "Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" Perhaps you feel a longing to examine that question for yourself. Therapy can be that place where you *get in touch with your innermost self and your connection to the world *sort out where you've been, who you are, what makes you happy and where you're headed *unwind old traumas *get support for challenges or transitions you are facing *create more calm and less feeling of stress, depression or anxiety *learn new skills and regain resilience.
(206) 535-1982
Seattle, Washington 98112
Seattle Healing Hypnotherapy,   in Seattle
“Transition can be scary. Whether you are dealing with a positive change like releasing unwanted habits or creating a business or a difficult transition like the loss of a job or relationship, transition can be EXHAUSTING. I can assist you in creating a deeper connection to yourself. I will help you to gain clarity and define success on your own terms. I encourage my clients to explore and release limiting beliefs as a path to self-love and self- discovery. Together we will work through the rough stuff using a combination of awesome hypnotherapy techniques, energy work, and coaching tools.
(206) 765-8265
Seattle, Washington 98109
Mary Wieneke, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I primarily work collaboratively with patients in solving problems, using approaches that are case specific. I use insight-oriented, interpersonal and relational therapy. problem-solving approaches, and cognitive behavioral techniques. I believe it is important to deal with feelings, and work to help clients recognize, articulate, and manage their emotional reactions.
(206) 673-3894
Seattle, Washington 98115
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