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Therapists in Seattle

“Welcome! I am a humanistic and holistic therapist working with individuals in the Seattle area. Humanism is a perspective which believes in the goodness, value, and agency of human beings. I work from a stance of equality. Through my educational and professional experience, I have been trained to facilitate my clients' work toward growth and change. I work from the premise that we are each whole, growth-orientated individuals.
(425) 212-1367
Seattle, Washington 98102
Jill Cole, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, DSW, LICSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker (with a doctorate from Columbia University) with over 40 years of practice experience with children, families, couples, and adults. My approach to our work is "psychodynamic" and I believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship. I am open to consultation, crisis intervention, short term therapy, and more intensive, insight oriented treatment. The "ideal client" is the one who is willing to work hard. So am I!
(206) 226-6873
Seattle, Washington 98121
Marcy Stafford, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you going through a particularly difficult time? Perhaps you are struggling with feelings of anxiety or depression? Maybe you have experienced a loss of a relationship or are adjusting to significant changes in your life? Whether the difficulties are past or recent traumas, losses, conflicts in relationships with self or others, I help my clients move toward growth and change. I provide a warm, accepting environment to assist individuals in facing difficult challenges, finding strength and identifying more choices for themselves and their lives.
(206) 801-0553
Seattle, Washington 98122
Sandra Roscoe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I invite you to work with me to create solutions to whatever challenges you may be facing. While we can't change the past, we can understand how to relate to it in the present. By applying complementary therapeutic approaches and techniques, we can untangle habitual patterns of thinking, feeling, acting which will, in turn, influence your thoughts, behaviors, and relationships now, and in the future. If you're looking for support and guidance to navigate a challenging situation, or you want to move in a new direction, I look forward to working with you to help you achieve your goals.
(206) 745-0857
Seattle, Washington 98115
Katherine Hanson, Counselor  in Seattle
“Peace of mind, self respect and contentment are what we all seek. Life shows up and we get busy or distracted and lose our way, our life compass or GPS isn't working. You don't have to go it alone; challenges are easier to face with empathy and support of an experienced counselor. I have a warm and nonjudgmental style, my motivation is to be of help to you in reconnecting with your true self and to uncover the beliefs, blocks and limiting thoughts that keep you feeling stuck and unable to get to where you want in your life..
(206) 745-5054
Seattle, Washington 98119
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
Victoria Coen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“My clients' holistic healing and my passion for my work both come from the co-creative process of building a caring, supportive and trusting relationship. Therapy is an amazing transformational journey of exploring your concerns with care, compassion and curiosity. By learning to know and trust yourself, you can heal stuck emotions, access inner strength and wisdom, and gain positive self-acceptance. Let's work together to break out of old patterns that distance you from those you love and from yourself, realizing that you are already OK, enough and lovable. Making more empowering choices leads to greater happiness and success!
(206) 922-8205
Seattle, Washington 98115
Stacey Weber, Counselor  in Seattle
“With the right therapist, therapy can help you to break through painful feelings & patterns that have been obstructing you from a better quality of life and relationships. I work with adults, couples, adolescents, and children to help heal emotional wounds, develop healthy coping strategies, and create meaningful change. I believe therapy is a unique, creative collaboration in which healing and growth are made possible through the context of a relationship where you can feel unconditionally safe and respected. As a result, I place great focus and importance on our relationship and creating a warm atmosphere of acceptance, trust, and support.
(206) 981-5247
Seattle, Washington 98107
Mark E. Mirante LMFT, Counseling on Green Lake, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed Marriage (Couple) and Family Therapist and an American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Clinical Fellow and Approved Supervisor with over 26 years of experience helping individuals, couples, and families from a broad range of ethnic, cultural, physical health, gender, socio-economic and sexual diversity. My experience includes many persons and families challenged by high conflict and multiple interlaced problems. I have extensive experience helping children, teens, and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, and the impact of grief, trauma and challenging relationships and/or a family member's chemical dependency.
(253) 214-3229
Seattle, Washington 98115
Michelle Punt, Counselor  in Seattle
“Do you eat for emotional reasons? Find it hard to stop eating once you start, or feel out of control around food? I specialize in helping people who have a challenging relationship with food. During our sessions, we will work together to address the effects that food and eating have on your emotions, physical appearance, body image, and personal relationships, and to set mindful goals that will help you increase your well-being at all levels. I invite you to work with me to rediscover quality of life given your unique situation and personal resources. Welcome to Deep Well-Being.
(206) 866-6058
Seattle, Washington 98105
Carrie McMullin, Psychologist  in Seattle
“A non-judging atmosphere is of primary importance in my approach, and a strength I'll bring to our work together. This facilitates a space for you to freely explore what has happened in your life, and where you would like to see life go in the future. I work with adults of any gender who are struggling with: depression or anxiety, self-esteem, relationships, sexual trauma and other forms of power-based personal violence, having one or more oppressed identities, body image concerns, disordered eating, and mild to moderate substance use concerns.
(425) 442-3273
Seattle, Washington 98103
Heather Abbott, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hope often sounds like a wishful word in our culture - but I want you to leave therapy with more hope - the gritty, scrappy, resilient kind. This authentic hope grows as you embrace your life story with all its darkness and light. You don't need to talk about everything at once, but just give yourself a place and time to connect with your whole self and pay attention to your life as it is now. As you connect deeply with yourself you are able to carve out space to reimagine how your life and relationships could be.
(571) 384-4637
Seattle, Washington 98115
Sue Wiedenfeld, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I believe a commitment to therapy is a commitment to oneself. It is very powerful to commit to grow and change in ways that increase a sense of personal satisfaction with one's life. I work with individuals who want to resolve issues of unrest, dissatisfaction or distress that recur in their lives. I believe as clients learn to increase their trust in themselves they can better trust others and better direct their lives.This work involves coming to a better understanding of the influence of past experiences, as well as present influences, and may include exploring deeper spiritual isssues.
(206) 745-0705
Seattle, Washington 98112
Justine Joslyn, Counselor  in Seattle
“With offices in downtown Seattle and Bainbridge Island, I offer a unique blend of life coaching and counseling, called Self Empowerment Therapy. This method assists with both recovery and life goal achievement. I help you transform self-limiting beliefs that empower you to make positive changes in relationships, career, wealth, and creative performance. Our time together will provide healing from past hurts through focused, compassionate understanding. You'll receive assistance with clarifying your life desires. From there, if you choose, we target increasingly ambitious goals, at your pace. Phone and Skype sessions available.
(253) 248-4533
Seattle, Washington 98101
Jeffrey Batstone, Counselor  in Seattle
“You're in search of a therapist for deeply personal reasons. I believe we all need connection with someone who can offer help in places of our lives that feel raw, disjointed, or broken. Perhaps you ache to become more of the person you are. Or maybe you're at the end of your rope. Whatever has led you here, our work can help you where you feel stuck, depressed, anxious, angry, traumatized, conflicted, and alone. By partnering together, you and I can find healing for wounded places within you and restoration of health to your mind, body and soul.
(206) 462-3011
Seattle, Washington 98109
We Offer Alcohol And Drug Abuse Rehab And Mental Health Treatment For Both Adults And Adolescents Needing Residential In-Patient Treatment, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“We are a fully licensed 30-60-90-day facility, treating all types of substance abuse and mental and behavioral health issues. Addiction is completely treatable! Our therapists will know what will be the most effective treatment for you--one that will get you well on your road to recovery-- whether it be cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, neurofeedback or EMDR, to name a few. Treatment is tailored to your issues. When you are admitted, the therapists will sit down with you and thoroughly determine what issues you are battling. Our primary concern is to help you REBUILD YOUR LIFE! Remember, if you feel that you are at the bottom of the barrel, you're not, because you're reading this, and hope is not far away! Your haven is here.
(866) 803-9562
Seattle, Washington 98105
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
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
Michele Deklaver White, Counselor  in Seattle
“I provide psychotherapy to individuals and families to promote growth and empowerment through supportive listening, mindfulness, and examination of past experiences, allowing clients to cultivate insight and bring about lasting change. I use a collaborative and dynamic approach that incorporates multiple theoretical approaches and techniques to meet both individual and family needs and preferences. I believe that insight alone does not bring about change; rather, we must do something different to become something different. I offer compassion, humor, honesty, and straightforward feedback while I empower individuals and families to explore their own goals and work toward growth and healing.
(206) 453-2163
Seattle, Washington 98122
Kim McBride, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I help individuals and couples create and sustain the positive changes they seek in their lives. I provide a supportive environment for clients to practice skills designed to enhance personal, relational, and professional satisfaction. My approach to therapy is brief, client centered, and outcomes-focused.
(206) 855-5294
Seattle, Washington 98109
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