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Anxiety Therapists in Seattle
Fears, Phobia

Ilsa Spreiter, Counselor  in Seattle
“The strength of my approach lies in my ability to help empower my clients to know their truth and take charge of their lives. Many come to me overwhelmed and isolated; they lack energy, feel "paralyzed" by decision-making or wrestle with judgmental inner voices. At the heart of this is a struggle to find and accept themselves. I offer an integrative perspective, combining talk therapy with mindfulness and body-centered approaches, psychological and spiritual traditions. I help you connect to yourself and the world around you; work with challenging emotions; and cultivate greater self-love.
(206) 489-3486
Seattle, Washington 98122
Lindsey Walker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“Whether you are wanting therapy for anxiety, depression, career issues, or a troubled relationship, I am here to help guide you through what keeps you stuck, so that you can live a life that is vibrant, satisfying and enjoyable. I work with individuals, couples and family members. I treat trauma of all kinds, and offer support for those going through difficult transitions. Whatever brings you in, however it makes you feel, I look forward to meeting you there.Though issues often feel insurmountable, they do shift and change, bringing you relief and a new sense of confidence and peace.
(206) 707-9392
Seattle, Washington 98103
Ewa Lichnowska (Eva), Counselor  in Seattle
“My mission as a therapist is to help each client fulfill their emotional and social needs by building a unique therapeutic relationship based on empathy, understanding and trust. We all face challenges in our lives, whether due to loss of loved ones, family and work related stress or in our relationships with others. To meet these challenges, I provide an environment of emotional safety and respect, where you will be actively involved in clarifying your needs and goals and taking the insight and skills we develop together into your daily life.
(206) 538-2871
Seattle, Washington 98103
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.
(937) 684-4221
Seattle, Washington 98119
“I view therapy as a relational and collaborative process between counselor and client that focuses on clients' personal goals and desires for change. I work with clients to understand their current difficulties, thoughts, and feelings as well as look at how their past experiences and relationships impact their current situation. Engaging in therapy has many benefits such as alleviating anxiety and dissatisfaction, learning better coping skills, improving relationships with others, increasing self awareness, and finding greater personal meaning.
(206) 745-0476
Seattle, Washington 98112
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.
(206) 905-9096
Seattle, Washington 98119
Cal D. Ledbetter, Counselor  in Seattle
“Want to learn more about yourself than you ever thought possible? Imagine a university where every subject--history, math, art, language--was about you. Therapy is self-exploration. Seeking a therapist does not mean there's something wrong with you that needs to be fixed. It means that you have decided to take a look at your world with the help of a trained professional to better live your life, eliminating constraints and barriers that keep you from living the way you want to live.
(206) 973-3081
Seattle, Washington 98115
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!
(206) 557-6099
Seattle, Washington 98118
Sara Oldham, Counselor  in Seattle
“We are often told to know and love ourselves without a clear picture of what that looks like. It can feel unsettling because we are all impacted and influenced by what surrounds us in ways we don't understand. How are we supposed to know what we don't understand? I don't think we can, which is why it makes sense to me that we all feel lost, confused or unsatisfied at times. Or why our interactions with others and our relationships can be confusing. We are not meant to understand ourselves alone. It is courageous to find support.
(206) 317-1976
Seattle, Washington 98115
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.
(206) 926-3866
Seattle, Washington 98103
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.
(206) 769-4030
Seattle, Washington 98101
Carol E. Hall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, ACSW
“I provide compassionate, nonjudgemental therapy for clients suffering from trauma, relationship problems,life and workplace stress, cultural stresses, adustment problems and other challenges we face in this difficult time. Feelings of confusion,self-doubt, anxiety, anger, frustration and numbness inhibit your ability to realize your dreams. During the 20 years I have been providing therapy, I have accumulated a large "tool chest" of approaches, strategies and methods to help clients clarify their choices, feel empowered and construct the life they long for. Replace worn-out ways of coping with those that are productive and relevant to your life today.
(206) 922-8639
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jeanne West, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am a therapist in the Eastlake neighborhood of Seattle, who specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders. Social Phobia, Health-related Anxiety, Agoraphobia and Panic, OCD, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Specific Phobias are some of the most common reasons people see me. Anxiety is often coupled with depression. I have experience with a broad range of other issues, including phase-of-life issues, and counseling for people who would just like to come in for personal growth or to process life events. I like to ally with clients to plan evidence-based treatments for their specific situations.
(415) 802-0512
Seattle, Washington 98102
Karen K Lucas, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you experiencing any of the fallowing: overwhelmed, anxiety, depression, stress, relationship problems, addictions, work challenges, bipolar disorder, parent-child conflict and/or school problems? I will work collaboratively with you to meet your goals, create the changes you want and give you the tools to be empowered in your life. We discuss the patterns that keep you stuck, and how you can be different. Drawing from your successes and the strengths you poses, you learn your thought/emotional process. We explore your emotions, and how to change the negative critical thoughts and behaviors to become more useful and positive.
(206) 316-9645
Seattle, Washington 98122
Jason Lavalle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MHP, LSWAIC, CDPT
“I approach psychotherapy from the concept that individuals and families bring with them core beliefs that make them unique within a particular context. My approach focuses on developing a therapeutic relationship whereby the goals of individuals and families can be identified and actualized. My intent is to provide you with the opportunity to process and work on the challenges that bring you to psychotherapy.
(206) 557-6053
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
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
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
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.
(253) 343-0710
Seattle, Washington 98119
Bastyr Center for Natural Health, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you looking for a whole-person approach to healing? The counseling department at Bastyr Center for Natural Health offers the same holistic healing with heart for which the Seattle clinic has become known. Our counseling shifts offer support for those dealing with depression, fatigue, seasonal affective disorder (SAD), work-related stress, relationship issues, life transitions, personal growth, and health problems, particularly chronic health problems. You can receive all of your natural health care needs at Bastyr Center, which also offers naturopathic medicine, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, and nutrition counseling.
(206) 388-2696
Seattle, Washington 98103
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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.