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Anxiety Therapists in Seattle
Fears, Phobia

“Your decision to allow another to walk along with you in your struggle takes courage. Equally courageous is your pursuit of perspective, healing and hope in your life. I'll work collaboratively with you to move beyond coping strategies of your past (anger, silence, anxiety to name a few) that no longer work in the life you want today. YOU, and your connection with your fundamental value are the focus of our time. Are you ready to work together in getting to know yourself better?
Anxiety
(206) 569-4643
Seattle, Washington 98103
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 even if your feelings or thoughts seem to push you away from them.
Anxiety
(206) 347-8140
Seattle, Washington 98103
Lynda Treger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am a psychotherapist with over 25 years experience working with adults in individual therapy and couples therapy. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process; working together to understand and remedy symptoms interferring with your enjoyment of life. People often seek counseling to help with feelings of anxiety, loss, depression, sadness, or unhappiness in their relationships. Therapy offers a safe, private opportunity to identify and resolve problems in your life.
Anxiety
(206) 745-4928
Seattle, Washington 98105
Angela F Kelly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMHC, GMHS, MHP
“Welcome to a new way of being in the world! The most effective client therapist relationships are based in trust and assurance that you can say or be who you are without fear of abadonment. I see my job as helping you to get out of your own way in whatever appears to be blocking your progress as a person, partner or even employee. I look forward to speaking with you further on how I can help you get to the best version of you! All the best, Angela
Anxiety
(425) 954-2764
Seattle, Washington 98115
Teresa Sweeney, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Providing a safe and confidential place for you to talk about your concerns is my primary goal. In our first appointment, you will have the opportunity to discuss what has triggered your decision to seek therapy, ask lots of questions and decide whether I am a good "fit" for you. I look on therapy as a collaborative, exploratory effort, and while I do not direct clients, I hope our discussions will help you to understand yourself better, feel better, and find some answers to the difficulties you are bringing to therapy.
Anxiety
(206) 745-0494 x2
Seattle, Washington 98119
Erin Wood, Counselor  in Seattle
“Making changes in our lives can be scary, but change is often easier given the right support. With this in mind, I work to help you feel safe and empowered to explore your wants and needs for change. Therapeutic strategies are not one-size-fits-all, so we will work together to find the right fit for you.
Anxiety
(206) 735-3511
Seattle, Washington 98102
Frewin Hermer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I believe that you do not have to have it all figured out to move forward. Wherever you are, I will meet you there and help you to identify negative patterns or challenges, as well as strategies to learn and grow. I work with clients to help them rediscover their strengths and what they want their life to look like. I challenge clients in an emotionally safe environment to make changes that enable them to have more power and control over their lives. I work with Couples, Individuals and Teens.
Anxiety
(206) 258-7745
Seattle, Washington 98103
Dana Falk, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Bring gritty emotional honesty, a kind, sharp eye for themes in your life and your sense of humor. We'll work collaboratively to understand nuances of your unique situation, to utilize insights from your relationships, history and symptoms and to experiment with patterns that may hold you back. I focus on this therapy with mid-life adults. Most of us have a tendency to either get stuck analyzing our problems and be slow to take action, or leap impulsively to action before achieving insight. I'll work to help you strike the right balance, so you'll experience satisfying change.
Anxiety
(206) 926-3866
Seattle, Washington 98103
Michael Casey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFTA
“I am here as an ally. I help you take on obstacles that never let up, obstacles such as feeling crushed, feeling lost, flares of unease, and loneliness that does not go away even when you're around other people. Overcoming these things is a two-person job - when you're feeling overwhelmed, your hands are tied. Therapy is about freeing your hands.
Anxiety
(206) 429-6692
Seattle, Washington 98102
Colleen Barrows, Counselor  in Seattle
“As a counselor, I believe in the healing aspects of the creative process in my work, as well as the importance of collaborating with each client to determine what will be most helpful for them. I believe that much of our sorrow and struggles are rooted in relational harm in our past, and that similarly, there is healing to be found in present relationship. There is goodness in bringing stories and past griefs to another, so you are not left holding them alone. I would be honored to participate with you as you step more fully into the stories that have shaped who you are.
Anxiety
(937) 684-4221
Seattle, Washington 98119
Jennifer Schulz, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with individual adult clients and couples who are facing anxiety, depression, life transitions, loss, trauma, and challenges at work or in relationships. Since 2002, I have counseled adults, couples, and groups in community mental health and medical clinics, as well as in my private practice. I have also conducted in-depth research on trauma, hopelessness, empathy, and intimacy. Above all, I believe that my clients, not I, hold the key to their growth and that emotional pain and anxiety, when given respect and non-judgmental attention, can often provide some of the best opportunities for learning.
Anxiety
(206) 395-3354
Seattle, Washington 98118
Roberta Devine, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Stuck? Life not going your way? Fighting with your partner rather than enjoying the relationship? Maybe I can help. A licensed psychologist for over l8 years, I offer multicultural services for stressed, anxious and depressed individuals and for various kinds of relationships. With an individual focus you can expect to get back on track. With a relationship focus you can expect to learn skills to enhance your intimate friendship, manage conflict productively and explore the culture of your relationship. Please read on for more information about these services.
Anxiety
(253) 343-0710
Seattle, Washington 98119
Marianne Pettersen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“For 33 years I have been providing psychotherapy for individuals and couples. I have post-graduate training in the treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD & trauma recovery, and marital/couples problems. All good relationships including a therapeutic one begin with a safe and supportive environment. A good assessment of the problems you are experiencing is also key. Therapy is a collaborative and interactive effort between us. I use a variety of methods including insight, mindfulness and somatic work to help you understand your emotions , cognitive ones to help you think differently about yourself/situation, and communication tools to improve your relationships.
Anxiety
(206) 284-4861 x1
Seattle, Washington 98119
Katie M. McCall, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Part of being human means that we will all inevitably struggle at some point in our lives. It is common to seek support and guidance to help navigate through these difficult times. Pursuing treatment takes courage, and finding a therapist who feels like a good fit can feel like an overwhelming process. I feel privileged to take part in the therapy process, and my treatment philosophy is grounded in compassionately understanding each client's unique life history and experiences. I highly value authenticity and flexibility; therefore my goal is to build a collaborative relationship so that we can tailor therapy to address your individual needs.
Anxiety
(360) 703-9278
Seattle, Washington 98122
Joe Weatherby, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you a good guy, but feel misunderstood by those around you? Do you attempt to be kind to people around you, but still feel a persistent hole or loneliness inside? Are you committed to your marriage, but find yourself pulled toward escape activities like TV, the internet, or online gaming? Let's talk! Are you married to a good guy, but he's spending too much time isolated on the computer? Is he nice enough, but you keep feeling that his heart is far from you? Let's talk!
Anxiety
(206) 557-6099
Seattle, Washington 98118
Cal D. Ledbetter, Counselor  in Seattle
“NEW YEAR SPECIAL! $30 sessions for the duration of your therapy* Want 2015 to be better than 2014? Make some changes in the new year. Whether you want to gain perspective on your life and who you are as a person, learn to deal with hard emotions, make difficult life decisions, or just learn to be more content with yourself, give therapy a try today. *$30 per weekly session for however long you choose to be in therapy, offer good through January 31, 2015.
Anxiety
(206) 973-3081
Seattle, Washington 98103
Beth Healy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Therapy can be surprising. Worry or anger or despair can open up hope and meaning. Rather than seeing yourself as flawed-and your distress as a problem to be eliminated-you can learn to feel compassion for yourself and recognize your challenges are pointing to new directions. Usually, my clients find increased vitality and satisfaction in their lives. Connection to self, others, and spirit can strengthen. Your pain can ease.
Anxiety
(206) 905-9096
Seattle, Washington 98119
“Hello! I look forward to partnering with you on this journey of healing and wellness. I offer individualized sessions for people with any reason for seeking counseling. I integrate movement and/or art making to work with you towards your goals. I strive to create a safe and open space to explore, experience, and learn with you. I believe we can all be with more happiness and peace in lives. My clinical background includes working with children, adolescents, and adults struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship conflict, grief & loss, and challenges related to caregiving, aging, dementia, bipolar, and developmental disabilities.
Anxiety
(425) 276-7630
Seattle, Washington 98104
Mary Murphy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, EdD
“After a significant loss, sometimes years or decades later, you find you can't talk about it. You go to speak and there are literally no words. Even though you are going on, you may feel numb or disconnected. Sad. Lonely. Angry. Feelings of guilt about finding the strength to resume your life can feel unbearable. Learning to live your new life means finding new meaning with what you now have. That can be very hard.
Anxiety
(206) 745-0954
Seattle, Washington 98119
Claudia Mason, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome to my practice! I work with children, adolescents, and adults in individual and group sessions. A focus on unique and creative strengths orients us to discovering, and working through, challenging issues. My therapeutic style is supportive and compassionate, joining with you to understand your values, thoughts and actions. What goals and behaviors will lead to life-changing confidence, optimism - and vitality? I will respond to your courage, strong commitment and willingness to share insights and experiences during our sessions with encouraging and goal-focused support. My therapeutic orientation is: cognitive-behavioral, with close attention to individual needs.
Anxiety
(206) 922-4629
Seattle, Washington 98115
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Therapists in Seattle have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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