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Therapists in Seattle

Laura Stone, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with kids and families on issues of attachment after adoption, behavioral problems, emotional regulation, social skills, identity and separation. With kids I often make use of play and art therapy techniques. Infants and very young children are seen in conjunction with their caregivers, in dyadic formation. With adults we work to help recognize old patterns, gain awareness about internal conflicts, tolerate and overcome the threat of change, and awaken to new and more satisfying possibilities for thinking, relating and living.
(206) 498-9895
Seattle, Washington 98109
Kristen Livingstone, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“The underlying causes of emotional suffering, dissatisfaction in relationships, stagnated professional development, and existential distress are rarely straightforward. While psychiatric medication and talk therapy geared towards generic advice can play an important role in alleviating distress, these approaches are based on broad assumptions. When used in isolation, such treatments can overlook the root causes of your difficulties, leaving you vulnerable to repeating problematic patterns. I provide psychodynamic psychotherapy, a form of talk therapy that doesn't begin with any assumptions about you or your difficulties. Instead, we form a shared understanding of who you are and what is troubling you.
(206) 489-3540
Seattle, Washington 98121
Carolyn Mathews, Counselor  in Seattle
“"Life is one big transition." These simple, but wise, words reflect our human experience as adults. Whether you face a personal or professional transition, I provide support, resources, and accountability to help you navigate. You work best in a collaborative environment and appreciate the value of a strengths-based approach to our work together. As a positive psychology therapist and coach, (learn more about coaching at: www.executivetransitioncoaching.com). I invite you to bring your strengths and motivation to create change in your life. My office is located in a convenient, safe and professional downtown Seattle business district location.
(206) 489-3782
Seattle, Washington 98101
Tom Buffington, Counselor  in Seattle
“I currently have Friday Afternoon openings. I recommend meeting for 3 sessions to see if our professional relationship is beneficial to you.
(206) 745-5761
Seattle, Washington 98122
Tara Murphy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“I specialize in work with couples, but also work with individuals and families. Since each individual is the expert on his or her own life and needs, the therapeutic process is shaped around the goals that you set for yourself, your relationship or your family.I use a directive approach and ultimately believe the most important thing a therapist can provide is human connection. I strive to create an authentic therapeutic environment and relationship that is a safe container where people feel seen, understood and supported.
(206) 455-7358
Seattle, Washington 98107
Linda C Ford, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I work with children, adolescents and their families to find the root causes behind negative behaviors and thinking patterns through a comprehensive evaluation as well as by building positive rapport over time with each client and family. I love my work and enjoy meeting the challenges that children and adolescents bring to me. Primary issues are depression, anxiety, ADHD as well as Autism/Aspergers, substance abuse and behavioral and relational problems.
(206) 557-6856
Seattle, Washington 98115
Alexandra Szablya, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people who are looking to get more out of their lives - at work, at home, in life. I believe that all people can benefit from therapy. Sometimes it takes only a few sessions to work through things. Other times it takes longer, because these problems didn't arise overnight. My three areas of focus are abrupt transitions, such as divorce or death; sexual issues in relationships; and sexual issues that get in the way of committed relationships.
(206) 981-5260
Seattle, Washington 98109
Jessica Szymas, Counselor  in Seattle
“As a therapist, I create a warm, safe environment for adult women to verbalize their stories of joy and heartache. I view therapy as a collaborative process between client and therapist, one that moves the client toward further self-understanding, growth, and healing. I am familiar with women's natural tendency to put other's needs before their own, especially when caring for children, spouses, and parents, and in professional settings. Caring for self can become a last priority. It is my joy and privilege to support women in their efforts to maintain a sense of self and self-care.
(425) 312-6171
Seattle, Washington 98121
Ralph A Fragale, Counselor  in Seattle
“My practice focuses on helping children, teens and adults address chronic issues. I work primarily with individuals who are experiencing mood issues or concerns, including depression, anxiety or recurring negative thinking. I also have considerable experience in helping families who are struggling with behavioral and/or communication issues and working directly with teens who need additional support.
(206) 683-0707
Seattle, Washington 98122
Jason Foster, Counselor  in Seattle
“I help people gain new perspectives on their lives, enabling them to make new choices and engage in behaviors that create a happier life. My clients come from all walks of life, with various religious/spiritual leanings, and a range of sexual preferences or relationship styles. They may be dealing with intense emotional, relationship, or substance use issues, or they may simply want some help making decisions or working through a transition.
(206) 745-4256
Seattle, Washington 98117
Sonya Couch, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“I enjoy working with individuals as well as couples and families. I have a special focus on working with eating disorders, disordered eating and body image issues. I also see many clients for anxiety, depression and relationship issues. I offer a free 30 minute consultation as a chance for you to get to know me and determine if we'll be a good fit to work together. I believe the relationship between therapist and client is very important and therefore I encourage this as a first step!
(206) 673-5332
Seattle, Washington 98103
Derrek D. Zietz  in Seattle
“As a therapist, I have experience in community mental health settings, jail settings, and university wellness centers. I have seen clients with a broad range of social, relational, identity, emotional and various other mental health concerns. I work with children (ages 6 and older), adolescents, and adults in individual, couple, and family settings.
(206) 792-5213
Seattle, Washington 98104
Anna Rhodes, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist dedicated to providing psychotherapy, EMDR, counseling, education, and support services to individuals, couples and professionals. I specialize in areas regarding the impact of stress, illness and loss, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, post-traumatic stress, life transitions, phobias, conflict resolution and all areas pertaining to creating and maintaining healthy relationships. Clients experience support, practical feedback, empathy, and insight to help them address life's challenges.
(206) 735-3589
Seattle, Washington 98117
Katie Graham, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all have times when life seems like more than we can navigate on our own. With over 22 years of experience, I help clients with a wide range of issues for both short and long-term goals. My style is warm, interactive, and direct while honoring individual uniqueness and self-expression. In a safe and confidential setting, my goal is to provide you with the opportunity to challenge self-limiting beliefs/behaviors and to learn lifelong tools for improving/maintaining a healthy and enriched life.
(206) 452-2729
Seattle, Washington 98101
Nancy Case, Counselor  in Seattle
“If you are feeling overwhelmed by your emotions or find it hard to connect with how you are feeling, I can help you. Our work together will increase your self-awareness and self-compassion and decrease anxiety, negative thoughts, low self-esteem, and feelings of worthlessness. I draw on years of experience to assist clients in creating positive and lasting change. I welcome you to take a look at my website for more information about my practice and if anything you see or read speaks to you I invite you to contact me for a free initial session.
(206) 569-6994
Seattle, Washington 98101
Melissa Hadfield, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“Do you need a place to talk where your unique struggle and perspective is accepted without judgment? I will create an environment in which you can feel whatever you feel and think however you think. And then, we'll move towards identifying what's most deeply important to you and finding ways for you to move towards those things no matter how you feel or think, even if those feelings or thoughts seem to push you away from what's most important to you.
(206) 347-8140
Seattle, Washington 98103
Rosemary Flannery, Counselor  in Seattle
“The power of the bodymind connection has intrigued me for most of my adult life. Through personal and professional experiences in various fields, including art, dance, psychology, anthropology, fitness education, martial arts, corporate world and counseling, I have come to value diverse and multi-dimensional paths to explore the bodymind connection.
(206) 841-0220
Seattle, Washington 98102
Anthony Baker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSWA
“I am a psychotherapist who enjoys working with Individuals as well as Families and Caregivers at my practice in Seattle, which is located in the heart of Capitol Hill. I have years experience working with a broad spectrum of clients and issues. In my practice I provide you a non-judgmental environment for you to deal with your concerns. I utilize evidence-based techniques tailored to your specific needs and an adaptable treatment strategy based on your personal progress in therapy. Together we will find out what is working for you and against you in your life.
(206) 981-5308
Seattle, Washington 98102
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
Charles E. Thompson, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I've been in medical practice since 1975, and became Board Certified in Adult Psychiatry in 1998. In addition to my profile below I treat people with concerns about panic, sleep, medical problems, cancer, life transitions, grief and loss. Beginning with a comprehensive assessment we will develop a clear understanding of your problem. Your treatment options may include medication, alternatives to prescription medication, mindfulness training, creative life style changes and therapy approaches. I can help you understand the origins of your suffering and move forward with a practical, integrated approach to enhance your healing, growth, relationships and quality of life.
(206) 316-8830 x2
Seattle, Washington 98119
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