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Therapists in Seattle

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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I like to sit with my clients from a stance of calm, compassion and clarity. I believe that each of us has what is whole and healing within us and that the way forward involves connecting with that essence. I help my clients experience relief by facing what is uncomfortable, and eventually arriving at larger, truer, healthier beliefs about themselves and the world. Sometimes therapy has a luminous quality to it and other times it is more like moving bricks! I like to use different ways of working, with humor and creativity, and always a foundation of respect.
(206) 275-2250
Seattle, Washington 98136
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
Katherine McKenna, Counselor  in Seattle
“As a Certified Nutritionist and Licensed Mental Health Counselor, my work promotes wellness by bridging the science of biochemistry and nutrition with psychology and mental health. I offer a unique, blended approach that fosters change on all levels: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. Integrative health therapy blends nutrition and counseling to create a new definition of health. It provides education, support and motivation to empower people in creating and sustaining optimal health and vitality.
(425) 358-4791
Seattle, Washington 98115
Yie-Wen Yvonne Kuan, Psychologist  in Seattle
“The best outcome for a person who seeks psychological counseling, I believe, is to reach his or her inner peace. I see myself as a coach or a facilitator to assist my clients reach their goals. I have more than 20 years of experience in treating people with anxiety, depression, work or relationship issues. I subscribe to cognitive-behavioral therapy; but I also integrate other methods in counseling. I provide parenting consultation for children's behavioral or academic problems. Over the years, I have the privilege to work with people from different cultural, sexual and religious backgrounds.
(206) 745-0510
Seattle, Washington 98105
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
Beacon Couple & Family Therapy, LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“Marital and family relationships are often the source of our greatest joys, fears, pain, hopes, and aspirations. These relationships also have tremendous power to create meaningful and lasting positive change. My role is to collaborate with the couple and/or family system in ways that help reduce the distress and co-create meaningful changes in clients' lives. Successful therapy effectively shifts the communication, roles, and relationships with those who matter most in your life.
(206) 780-1036
Seattle, Washington 98104
Jeremy C Hulley, Counselor  in Seattle
“I offer the following: Individual therapy for adults Individual therapy for adolescents Therapy for couples Family therapy Consultation for organizations that serve youth in foster care or residential treatment. My counseling expertise includes: At-risk and high-risk youth LGBTQ couples and families Individuals struggling with depression and/or anxiety.
(206) 743-9886
Seattle, Washington 98136
Deirdre Stone, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Parents sometimes face very important questions about their children, including: Does my child have ADHD or a learning disability? Why is my daughter having so many social difficulties? Is my son's defiance a normal part of his development? Is my teenager depressed? Are my child's worries normal for someone her age? Does my preschooler have a developmental delay? Is my child gifted? Is my daughter suffering post-concussion syndrome after her sports-related injury? Psychological and neuropsychological evaluations are used to answer these and other questions about a child’s development and needs.
(206) 745-5833
Seattle, Washington 98116
Peggy S Wood, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Do you feel like you can't quit thinking about painful things that happened to you? Do you wish you could be more like the "you" before the trauma happened? Trauma can make you feel lonely and afraid. You can feel torn between wanting to talk about what happened versus keeping it all locked inside. I know it's hard to take that first step to get help, but once you start to talk about it with someone who knows how to help you heal, you can begin to work to reclaim the life you feel you lost.
(206) 397-0298
Seattle, Washington 98102
“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
Sonya Couch, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
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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
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Marriage & Family Therapist, Counsel, MS, MFT, LMHC
“I am a Licensed Counselor and work with children/teens, adults, couples, and families. I have over 13 years of experience working in educational, agency and private practice settings. My therapeutic approach has centered on understanding the unique issues that each person/family presents, which helps to provide a greater context to explore and understand within the therapeutic process. For children/teens who have experienced loss/trauma, struggled to fit in with peers, parents divorce, or faced educational challenges, I believe that early intervention is key which can result in healthier life-long changes.
(425) 549-2068
Seattle, Washington 98103
Justin Barrante, Counselor  in Seattle
“There are seasons of our lives in which we give all we have to the battle and struggle of holding onto life and goodness. There are moments, sometimes long moments, when we are tempted to despair.
(412) 339-1722
Seattle, Washington 98125
Susan R. Everly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BOSW-C, BCD, ACSW
“My specialties are cancer patient and caregiver issues, grief and loss, and chronic or life-threatening illness; helping clients reduce guilt and shame, improve self-esteem and body image, cope with major life changes, anxiety, depression, relationship decisions, eating disorders and stress-related symptoms. You place your trust in me when sharing your innermost concerns. I believe it is a rare privilege to be so trusted, so I handle your feelings with great care and compassion. I use a strength- and success-based approach, helping you to identify internal resources you already have, but may not be aware of.
Seattle, Washington 98102
Allison Ramsey, Counselor  in Seattle
“I specialize in counseling people experiencing grief and infertility. Everyone grieves differently. Although there is no right or wrong way to feel, your feelings can be confusing and overwhelming when you experience a loss. Grief does not just happen when someone close to you dies. People grieve when they lose the future they thought they were going to have. I will work with you to process your loss and guide you through the transition that accompanies a loss. There is no way over grief, you must go through it.
(206) 489-3161
Seattle, Washington 98119
Josh Sandoz, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hi there. I think of therapy as a reparative process in which we can listen together to your mind and heart, exploring the nature of your sufferings and your joys. In doing so, we will spend time with the specific issues that brought you in for therapy and examine various aspects of your relationships in life. Relationships are important, including your relationship with yourself. Major life events, adjustments, and cultural influences can have profound impact as well, and each are well worth our time, attentiveness, and care.
(206) 914-7115
Seattle, Washington 98119
Laura Hirsh, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I believe we are all naturally oriented toward growth and have an innate capacity for healing. However, different life experiences and circumstances can lead to us losing a sense of our core selves or experiencing emotional difficulties. Psychotherapy is a process to support you in making the changes you desire in your life - through increasing self-awareness, self-understanding, and self-compassion. As a therapist, I aim to support you in learning more about yourself and the factors that impact your well-being, while also teaching you new skills to apply in your daily life and in your relationships.
(206) 981-3117 x317
Seattle, Washington 98122
Nathan J Miles, Counselor  in Seattle
“Life as we know it is constantly changing and it is common to mourn what or who we believe forever lost. We all have a grief history; and death, disability, illness or daily stressors bring it vividly forward. Even during important rites of passage meant to instill happiness there can be a profound sense of loss in identity and life purpose. Finding and maintaining "the new normal" can be a tricky path when chronic mourning, fear, guilt and shame, anger or regret haunt us. Change, growth and loss is perpetual and ever present throughout life and in our dying process.
(206) 788-5190
Seattle, Washington 98104
Karin Matthews, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, JD, MA, LMFTA, LMHCA
“Feeling stuck in your relationship? Worried that there is no hope? We can help. My husband, Bob, and I offer co-therapy for couples. We help you understand your relationship dynamic and explore healthier ways of being with each other. Working together allows us to offer the benefit of our combined perspectives. We are two very different people with different career and cultural backgrounds. Our diversity usually allows us to understand what you are experiencing at a deeper level. If you are a high tech or legal professional, we personally understand how workplace demands impact the quality your life.
(206) 866-2274
Seattle, Washington 98109
Brian Desroches, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MSC, PhD, LMFT
“I believe that individuals and couples seek counseling and therapy for one primary reason: a desire for something to be different in their lives. Thus, I focus on helping people (1) identify differences they are seeking in their lives and relationships and then (2) developing the skills and internal capacities to make these differences a reality. For some, this involves changing ineffective behavior patterns; for others, it means treatment for depression, anxiety or other emotional/psychological blocks that hamper living a full and engaged life. What do you want to be different for yourself in your life?
(206) 451-7828
Seattle, Washington 98109
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