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Developmental Disorders Therapists in Seattle

Letha Fernandez, Counselor  in Seattle
“Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities are my favorite areas of practice. I am a Developmental Disabilities Mental Health Specialist. Some of my favorite individual session and group topics are: positive behavior support, goal setting, daily living skills, self esteem, problem solving skills, social skills, coping skills, making lasting friendships, establishing and maintaining boundaries, safety at home and in the community, communication, managing anger, impulse and emotions. I have a passionate and creative flair with a desire to meet each individual where they are in order to move forward to a healthier, happier and more "included" life.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 745-5884
Seattle, Washington 98104
Margaret MacLeod Reed, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I'm a licensed marriage and family therapist in West Seattle and Issaquah, and I provide effective therapy to familes, couples, and individuals who seek change. That change looks different in every situation, and I look foward to speaking to you about your unique needs. I have experience in therapy seeing clients dealing with grief and loss, conflict in the family, immigration issues, alcohol and drug abuse, and many other life situations. Please see my website for more information about therapy with me.
Developmental Disorders
(469) 203-4094
Seattle, Washington 98126
Doni Kwak, Psychologist  in Seattle
“If you are ready for a change and recognize that there are thoughts or worries that are getting in the way of taking the steps you desire, please call me. Your situation is unique and complex, and I will work with you to find a way. I help people build relationships with others and themselves. I utilize evidenced based techniques based on Acceptance and Committment Therapy and Mindfulness to help people identify what they want so that they can take the steps to get there.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 557-6419
Seattle, Washington 98115
Valorie Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Hello and welcome to my practice! My approach to therapy with you will be a collaborative process to help you frame problems not only in a personal context, but also in a social and cultural context. We all possess resilience and have many resources within us, some not yet realized. There are times in life when you may need a caring professional to walk with you on a journey toward a more peaceful, healthy, integrated self. My office is cozy and conveniently located in the Alaska Junction of West Seattle, with handicap access and 2 hour free parking.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 489-3811
Seattle, Washington 98116
Maya Snowden Counseling, Counselor  in Seattle
“Choosing to seek therapy is a courageous step. While I do not know your story or what has brought you to seek therapy, I think you are brave for being here. I hope these few, short paragraphs give you an idea of what counseling with me might be like. I work from a relational perspective, which means that I believe our way of being in the world is shaped by our relationships to the significant people in our lives, including ourselves. My hope is that you would experience a safe, non-judgmental place to be heard.
Developmental Disorders
(425) 224-5127
Seattle, Washington 98103
Michael Kulfan, Psychologist  in Seattle
“The primary focus of my work is providing diagnostic, neuropsychological, psycho-educational, and psychological assessments and intervention planning for children and families. Assessment services are available to most school-aged children, teenagers, and young adults. I offer psychotherapeutic services to children, adolescents and young adults with social, emotional and behavioral challenges and a wide range of diagnostic issues including (but not limited to): Depression, ADHD, Anxiety Disorders, Issues related to Sexual Identity, Autism Spectrum Disorders, OCD, and Tourette's Syndrome. I use evidence-based treatments (including CBT) and incorporate various therapeutic styles in my work with children and families.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 947-4606
Seattle, Washington 98117
Jeffrey Serage, Counselor  in Seattle
“My ideal client is someone who has an intention to change. During my 20 years as a practicing therapist I have encountered a wide range of issues. Having worked with a large number of clients to the point of solution, I have concluded that in the end, the core of helping people is to listen. Effective listening gives me a deep understanding of their current situation. I can then gently point them toward getting more of what they want. My experience and compassion have often proven to be crucial elements for our success. This is the work of my life.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 707-9303
Seattle, Washington 98109
Ashley Harmon, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
Psychiatrist, MD
“Each person, child or adult, is growing and changing in a unique way. Biology, psychology, and social circumstances are all important in treating individuals, couples, and families. I draw from a variety of therapeutic approaches including psychodynamic psychotherapy, play therapy for children, family therapy, and conservative psychopharmacology. Building healthy therapeutic relationships is the most important part of any treatment.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 557-6062
Seattle, Washington 98109
Ginger White, Counselor  in Seattle
“Raising children in our changing society is not an easy job. There can be many demands made on today's parents and much to navigate. Whether your child or teen struggles with behavior problems, anxiety, trauma or other challenges I can help you. Or maybe you are raising a child or teen with special needs and trying to navigate that ever changing emotional landscape as a parent as well as finding good support for your child. I can help your family can find more ease and enjoyment together.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 557-3930
Seattle, Washington 98103
Alison Munoff, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed mental health counselor who is focused on helping adults who are experiencing distress in their lives. My areas of specialty include, but are not limited to, trauma, Posttraumatic Stress, depression, anxiety, dissociation, and cancer-related emotional distress. I emphasizes an individual's strengths and work to help people feel empowered in their daily lives while supporting them and giving them tools to work through difficult times. I use a variety of tools to do this, including EMDR, DBT, and other evidence based practices.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 455-7149
Seattle, Washington 98103
Tara Reagan, Counselor  in Seattle
“I specialize in working with people who are struggling because of cognitive disorders that happen later in life or after brain injury. The people I work with are typically adapting to changes in the way they think and function. Some are coping with an acquired brain injury, and the changes in thinking and feeling that come with that. Others are adjusting to cognitive changes in later life such as dementia, and the changes in functioning that accompany those diagnoses. Some are hoping that an assessment will help provide answers about changes they have noticed in themselves or a loved one.
Developmental Disorders
(707) 709-8020
Seattle, Washington 98103
D. Michael Louderback, Counselor  in Seattle
“Everything is relational and everything matters; we're all connected. I believe, from my own experience, that our issues and our problems and our pain occur for good reasons. I also believe that they arise within relational contexts, which is to say, the relationships we have with others and the relationship we have with ourselves.
Developmental Disorders
(937) 757-9283
Seattle, Washington 98103
Liliana Sacarin, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Liliana Sacarin, Psy. D., licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Sacarin is and expert clinician and researcher in auditory processing and Listening Training techniques and systems including the Tomatis Method, iLS, TLP and LifT. She provides individualized assessments and training based upon the most appropriate auditory techniques for each client. These in-depth assessments take into consideration sensory integration abilities, language processing, and cognitive abilities. Dr. Sacarin also integrates Tomatis-based Listening with individual child, parents and adult counseling to facilitate learning, development, and expand potential in children and adults. Neurofeedback? and Interactive Metronome? programs are offered as well.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 866-6314
Seattle, Washington 98105
Susan Grunert, Counselor  in Seattle
“Life is full of challenges and sometimes we just get stuck. Most of all, I want to help you feel better and enjoy life. My work with you is about finding a way to get unstuck and move forward. My goal is to help you work through challenges, find the meaning in life again, and ultimately, live life to its fullest! My approach is to connect with you in a way that allows you to freely discuss your challenges and struggles so that I can offer insight, suggestions, and resources that are uniquely helpful to you.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 769-4030
Seattle, Washington 98101
Lahlae Ribbink, Counselor  in Seattle
“Sometimes life gets hard whether you're young, old, or somewhere in between. One of our society's biggest lies is that we have to figure it out alone, and I like to challenge that. We change in community- whether it's with one other person or several. If you're new to counseling and the therapeutic process, welcome, and well done for stepping out in courage. If you're familiar with counseling, welcome back. My aim is to accept and be with you where you are in life, but strive to help and guide you to a place where you want to be instead.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 429-6885
Seattle, Washington 98125
J. Leon Monroe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSWAA
“I use traditional "talk therapy" to meet you where you are while applying the techniques of mindfulness based stress reduction, cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal neurobiology and other approaches to help you uncover your authentic self and ultimately reach your optimum potential. I believe that no one understands your experience as well as you do. I also believe real growth and positive change are most possible when a person feels safe and supported. For that reason, I strive to create an honest, sincere, non-judgmental and personable environment for the purposes of counseling and therapy.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 538-2807
Seattle, Washington 98103
Minhee J. Cho Family Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and work with children, teens, couples and families. Most clients come with feelings of being stuck and confused. Many are in pain or feel helpless from their struggles: A child shows anxiety; a teen who doesn't talk at home, couples experience discord in conflict, or family relationships are impacted negatively by mental and/or chronic illness. My passion is to come alongside and help children, teens and their families with systemic and holistic approach while they go through life challenges so they can flourish in their lives.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 489-3766
Seattle, Washington 98103
Mary Pat Traxler, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My private practice, Meadowlark Psychology, serves children and their families, teens and adults. It is located in the heart of Ballard, Seattle. As a licensed clinical psychologist and with 12 years of experience in medical, educational and private practice settings, I can help you and your family with a wide range of concerns. Meadowlark Psychology offers individual and family therapy; psychological testing and treatment for learning, educational, behavioral or emotional difficulties; and group teaching sessions to help you navigate difficulties such as coping with grief, or parenting an anxious child.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 706-2533
Seattle, Washington 98107
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.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 557-6874
Seattle, Washington 98103
Paul Heiman, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am a licensed psychotherapist with an office in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. I have a masters in counseling psychology from Regis University in Denver and over 10 years of professional experience. I specialize in treating depression, anxiety, LGBTQ and ADHD issues. I work with couples, individuals, and parents and their children. I draw on a number of schools of thinking, including existential, interpersonal, client-centered, cognitive and humanistic. Put simply, I see my job as helping my clients gain access to resources they already have within them - so they can grow into the people they want to be.
Developmental Disorders
(206) 745-9433
Seattle, Washington 98102

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Developmental Disorders Therapists
'Developmental disorder' is the collective term used to describe the disorders, first diagnosed in a child's infancy or early childhood, which then become more apparent as the kids develop during their childhood and into their teens and adolescence. Like all labels, it means little and is open to interpretation.

The developmental disorders are categorized in to two areas: specific developmental disorders, which affect discrete parts of a kid's development, and the pervasive disorders (e.g. PDD Seattle), which affect multiple developmental basics. The specific developmental disorders include communication disorders, speech and language issues, such as stuttering or lisps in Seattle; learning disorders; and motor function or motor skills disorders, which may include tics or Tourette's in Seattle.

The pervasive developmental disorders (PDDs) include autism, asperger's, attention-deficit and disruptive behavior disorders.

There are other issues that can affect childhood development, which are included in the developmental disorders--such as feeding and eating disorders, elimination disorders, separation anxiety disorder, and reactive attachment disorder.

Look here for help with children, kids or teens with developmental disorders in Seattle or Seattle developmental issues. Try a Seattle child Therapist, Seattle facility or Seattle treatment program. These Therapists provide help with kids' developmental issues in Seattle, child development, teen development and adolescent development. They include developmental Therapists in Seattle, developmental psychologists, developmental counseling and treatment for developmental disorders. They'll also help with problem teens development in Seattle, teenagers development problems in Seattle, Seattle teenage development and teenager developmental issues.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Seattle have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Seattle you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Seattle and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Seattle or family therapy in Seattle.