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Anxiety Therapists in Seattle
Fears, Phobia

Scot N Gibson, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I treat adults with general psychiatric and mental health issues, including some chemical dependency issues. I offer psychoanalysis, short-term and long-term psychotherapy, and medication management services. Please feel free to contact me to discuss setting up an appointment.
(206) 258-7561
Seattle, Washington 98112
P Diane Sewell, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, PLLC, Hypnoth, EMDR, MNLP
“I am DEDICATED TO HEALING: MIND, BODY, AND SPRIT. Here you will find support and guidance. Is something holding you from moving forward? Do you experience joy? Live your best Life! Anyone may get stuck,and require a little extra support. You will learn new tools to better manage the ups and downs of your life. Hypnosis can be your first and fastest way to healing. My style is compassionate,and non judgmental. I will provide a safe space where healing and growth can occur. I mix traditional counseling, coaching, hypnosis, DBT, EMDR, and other therapy to assist and speed your healing.
(206) 399-5942
Seattle, Washington 98166
Stephanie Sisson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Do you feel like your fears and worries keep you from the life you want? Do you feel stuck in a pattern or cycle you just can't get out of? If you want a change (even if you sometimes think it's impossible), together we can help you feel like you aren't always reacting to your emotions or circumstances, but making choices that move you towards more happiness and ease.
(206) 745-6190
Seattle, Washington 98112
Kate Elizabeth Ramstedt, Counselor  in Seattle
“Life presents challenges, for just about everyone, at one point or another. These challenges can leave us feeling overwhelmed, frustrated, and disconnected from friends and family. Having a safe place to gain new insight and perspective can help move us from feeling stuck to identifying and creating the change and connections we long to have. With the right support, I believe we can all have the life we want and deserve.
(206) 954-3395
Seattle, Washington 98109
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.
(360) 703-9278
Seattle, Washington 98103
Katie Burns, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am an Adlerian practitioner who works to addresses the challenges and obstacles you are facing by utilizing depth psychology techniques. In addition to developing skills to cope with the current symptoms, together we will explore the underlying causes of and possible contributors to those symptoms. For clients interested in yoga counseling, we will also integrate techniques from Viniyoga with the Adlerian approach to therapy.
(206) 557-6952
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
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
Susan M Valentine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LiCSW
“I have 17 yrs experience in the mental health field. Together, we will discuss, ask questions and come up with solutions to help you get back on track. I specialize in grief and loss, workplace issues, depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, mindfulness, transition, and relationship issues. I also have working experience with chemical dependency and families affected by the disease. Sometimes we lose ourselves in the issues that surround us. Let's work together to help you rediscover the life you lost. It is possible.
(253) 470-4169
Seattle, Washington 98119
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.
(206) 347-8140
Seattle, Washington 98103
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.
(206) 922-4629
Seattle, Washington 98103
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.
(206) 735-3511
Seattle, Washington 98102
Nancy Broaders, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am board certified Clinical Social Worker with more than 23 years of experience in helping individuals. My clinical orientation is psychodynamic which involves exploring your life patterns and the thoughts and feelings regarding these patterns. This process allows me to listen, observe and help you integrate unconscious meanings into conscious awareness. I am interactive, direct, and compassionate. I can be both patient and when necessary challenging. I believe human beings are health seeking but life experiences and traumatic events require coping responses that may impede productive change from occurring. I have been successful in helping people change.
(206) 855-6413
Seattle, Washington 98103
Sheila Keenan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“We all encounter situations that feel overwhelming and test our coping abilities. I see therapy as a collaborative process that will help you navigate the challenges and transitions that life presents. I offer a safe, supportive environment to talk about issues that can be difficult to discuss elsewhere. Together we will explore how certain thoughts, behavior patterns, and past experiences might be contributing to your difficulties. We will identify your strengths and figure out effective coping strategies to create positive changes in your life. I work with adults, adolescents, children, and couples.
(206) 538-2898 x302
Seattle, Washington 98122
Peter Jabin, Counselor  in Seattle
“At some point, most of us get a bit lost in feelings anxiety, anger, disconnectedness -- or maybe we simply feel stuck in life. These painful places are not just emotional experiences; they can also be seen as spiritual. They carry the potential to transform us. The key to unlocking such transformation is to listen deeply enough to discover the meaning and value inherent in our most difficult experiences. I can help you to do that; it is the work I love to do. My goal is to help you discover greater freedom by connecting with your own deepest wisdom.
(206) 923-8943
Seattle, Washington 98104
Joseph S Weiss, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Do you want to improve your performance on tests, public speaking or sports? Does fear of being judged or anxiety about making mistakes affect your performance? Your performance can be enhanced. You can achieve your goals by learning the skills that Olympic athletes use to be calmer, more focused; you can be coached to be more consistently relaxed, and to more effectively handle stressful performance situations. Call me to identify how you can be helped effectively and more rapidly. I have integrated Western & Eastern modalities that complement and enhance the speed and quality of producing results.
(206) 745-4933
Seattle, Washington 98118
Kelly A Forrest, Counselor  in Seattle
“Live into who you truly are, working with the body and the mind to allow for more choiceful and spontaneous living. If you feel like you are living someone else's life, do not feel content, or want to go "home" but don't know how, psychotherapy can help. I have spent the last twenty years understanding how early experiences give rise to ways of being and relating that, while necessary and adaptive when learned, may no longer be effective. Together we can reinvigorate your life, freeing stuck energy, and inviting new possibilities for being and relating in the world.
(206) 408-2615
Seattle, Washington 98101
Ela Eland, Counselor  in Seattle
“My style is warm and genuine, grounded and open. I work with individuals and couples dealing with anxiety, trauma, depression, trust issues, self-doubt, relationship discord, relationship breakup, career and workplace issues, life transitions, and loss and grief. If you want more wholeness, healthy control, optimism, and fulfillment, or just need a place to be heard and gain clarity, I can help.
(206) 429-6787
Seattle, Washington 98119
Sara Baldwin, Counselor  in Seattle
“*Evening hours available* Do you feel overwhelmed? Do you want to make changes in your life but just can't seem to make them happen? Maybe you have no idea what is in your way. Maybe you have experienced some trauma or life experiences that have left you feeling stuck. I'd like to help you decrease the struggle. Whatever your situation, I'm confident we can work together on what is important to you. My approach is mindfulness based, which research has shown to be really effective with a wide variety of issues.
(206) 456-4026
Seattle, Washington 98103
Nicole Grace DiBacco, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all struggle in life at some point or another. However, it takes a lot of courage and strength to embark into therapy in order to work through these struggles and find peace. For this reason, my goal is to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where you can openly explore the sources of your distress, reflect upon your emotional states and find pathways toward relief. In addition to traditional talk therapy, I incorporate the creative and body based approaches of dance/movement therapy, expressive art therapies and mindfulness practices to meet the unique needs of each individual.
(206) 965-9121
Seattle, Washington 98104
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If your anxiety can be better explained as a feeling of fear and you're looking for help with fear in Seattle, these Therapists provide fear therapy and treatment for fear disorders, social fear and fear attacks in Seattle. They provide fear treatment, fear counseling in Seattle or counseling for fear and overcoming fear. They can help with fear of flying, fear of commitment, insecurity and coping with fear.

Anxiety is often expressed as phobia. For help with phobia in Seattle or for a Seattle phobia Therapist these Therapists provide phobia therapy, including exposure therapy, and phobia counseling. There are many defined phobias include agoraphobia, which are attacks of intense fear and anxiety often in places where it is hard to escape (also claustrophobia), social phobia and emetophobia (vomiting).

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.