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Depression Therapists in Seattle

Melanie Markle, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“I have been working in the field of psychotherapy and psychiatric nursing for forty years, and have been in private practice for thirty years. In addition to medication evaluation and treatment (along with brief psychotherapy to address issues which necessitate medication), I have a broad general practice. I work with depression, anxiety, and related disorders, including early trauma, loss and grief, social anxiety and panic, family and relationship issues, trust and identity issues, including LGBT issues. I also work with OCD, and ADHD. I work biologically, psychodynamically and utilize solution oriented therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy when indicated.
Depression
(206) 324-0315
Seattle, Washington 98102
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist in Seattle, Washington since 1978. I received my Ph.D. from Purdue University in 1975. My Clinical Internship and a Postdoctoral Fellowship were done at University of Washington School of Medicine. I work with individuals, adults and couples. In my approach, I take an active, participatory role with goals of increasing self-awareness, enhancing self-esteem and encouraging self-reliance. I believe this enhances the individuals’ ability to make changes and choices based on their own values and life goals. Length of therapy is a mutual decision based on the presenting problems and treatment goals.
Depression
(253) 214-3184
Seattle, Washington 98133
Antioch Community Counseling and Psychology Clinic, Counselor  in Seattle
“The Clinic offers low-fee counseling and assessment services for individuals, couples (marriages) and families of all ages beginning at $20 per hour. We are open over 40+ hours a week and available four evenings. The Clinic provides quality care that can make a positive and long-lasting difference in your life and the lives of people you love. Address anxiety, depression,relationship issues, and trauma and improve your health and well-being. We also provide full psychological assessments and mental health evaluation.
Depression
(206) 268-4840
Seattle, Washington 98121
Summit Research Network, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“We conduct investigational medication research studies (clinical trials) in hopes of discovering more effective ways of treating illnesses. We work in cooperation with pharmaceutical companies to develop medical treatments. For many of our patients, this is a first step in getting help and gaining information about their medical illness or condition. Our staff provides every qualified patient with assessments, monitoring during the study and help finding follow-up treatment once a study has been completed. When a patient finishes a clinical trial, he or she has the option to continue for up to six months of after study visits with a qualified clinician. We will also work together to connect you with appropriate medical referrals. All of this is provided at no cost to you and no health insurance is required.
Depression
(206) 801-5746
Seattle, Washington 98104
Michael Maguire, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Just about everyone experiences difficult times in their lives. Sometimes these are temporary, such as during or after a life transition, and sometimes these are more chronic where we become stuck. Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, work or school concerns, or something else, I imagine you are seeking help because you are not feeling the way you wish to feel. I also imagine that you have hope that it can get better.
Depression
(206) 535-1572
Seattle, Washington 98102
Nicole T Shiraev, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“In receiving psychotherapy services form me, clients can expect to feel they are heard and validated while also learning new skills and strategies to address the problems for which they are seeking treatment. I find this approach allows me to assist my clients in experiencing symptom relief, achieve their treatment goals, and return to their desired level of functioning as soon as possible. This allows my clients get back to feeling good about themselves and to get back to enjoying life in a timely manner.
Depression
(206) 489-3671
Seattle, Washington 98109
Mara Applebaum, Counselor  in Seattle
“Psychotherapy - or attendance of the soul - is meant to address the roots of mental and emotional struggle, rather than just symptoms. In my practice, we can explore your strengths and challenges, discovering over time what motivates you, what may be contributing to your difficulties, and what helps you thrive. In this space, you have the opportunity to get to know yourself and find ways of living that feel satisfying and fulfilling.
Depression
(206) 745-0889
Seattle, Washington 98112
James Czysz, Psychologist  in Seattle
“As a clinical psychologist I work with clients who are attempting to change unrewarding or isolating patterns of relating to others, or struggling to modify unproductive thoughts or feelings. The process of therapy as I practice it relies on developing a trusting and collaborative relationship between client and therapist. It is in this atmosphere of support, encouragement and respect that areas of concern and patterns of behavior can be understood and changed. I work with both individuals and couples. I have advanced training in treating depression, helping couples work productively in relationships, modification of addictive behaviors, and cognitive assessment.
Depression
(253) 642-7569
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jan Gullette, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“My approach to therapy is the acknowledgment that this is a collaborative process where we explore how your beliefs, thoughts, unique chemistry, along with your physical health, social and spiritual experiences affect who you are and how satisfied you are with your life. In a safe and comfortable environment we can learn what you are seeking to understand and what you wish to accomplish in our work together. I provide counseling, therapy, medication management and alternatives to medication when indicated. I have over 20 years experience working with individuals, couples and families.
Depression
(206) 535-2041
Seattle, Washington 98112
Lynn Buell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSSW
“Sometimes, due to painful life experiences, a person is knocked off track in his or her development. Unconscious factors create patterns of behavior that limit one's ability to experience happiness and freedom in areas of relationships, work, and leisure. Our work together will produce breakthroughs in the limits you knowingly or unknowingly impose on yourself based on past experiences. I am profoundly moved and humbled when I am a part of this process.
Depression
(253) 200-9303
Seattle, Washington 98102
Karuna Poole, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“Do you live with resentments that keep you tied to the past? Do you feel fear instead of excitement when you think about the future? Do you feel ongoing sadness? Do you know how to get your needs met? Do you know how to set and keep healthy boundaries? For more than twenty-five years, I have provided individual and group psychotherapy to adults wanting to work through these and many other issues. Through the therapy process, my clients change their self-limiting and self-sabotaging beliefs and develop the skills necessary to think clearly and to make healthy decisions.
Depression
(206) 722-0878
Seattle, Washington 98144
Matthew Jakupcak, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I value interpersonal approaches to psychotherapy, using evidenced-based strategies to target specific symptoms. This means that I pay close attention to the relationship I have with my clients and use techniques that have been tested and found to be effective for resolving mental health issues. I am an active therapist and I will openly share my thoughts and recommendations with you throughout our work together. I also adopt a compassionate, non-judgmental view with clients. Together, we can develop new ways for you to cope and help you to resolve the issues that prompted you to seek care.
Depression
(425) 440-3332
Seattle, Washington 98133
Heidi H Wasch, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I focus my work on adolescents and adults who are interested in working towards a more balanced and meaningful life. All my clients have strengths which I encourage and challenges which I help them to identify and overcome. I am sensitive to issues of gender, sexuality, and economic advantage and disadvantage. I have the following areas of practice: depression and mood disorders, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, life transitions, relationship and family problems, identity issues, parenting concerns, stress reduction, work/life/family balance, personal growth.
Depression
(253) 777-1626
Seattle, Washington 98103
Yehuda Rapoport, Counselor  in Seattle
“I believe in your ability to change. Therapy can lead you to deeper insight, inspiration, transformation and wisdom. Share your thoughts, dreams, aspirations and hopes. Explore your past and make meaning in your life. I am trained in different forms of psychotherapy, ranging from brief therapy for focal problems, to long term therapies for people who are suffering from long-standing difficulties that have prevented them from achieving what they want in life.
Depression
(206) 745-3899
Seattle, Washington 98122
Gina Guddat Counseling, Counselor  in Seattle
“The best is yet to be! I strive to offer a positive atmosphere for real personal change. Helping people learn to manage and cope with emotions like, fear, frustration, sadness and worry is my specialty. Self defeating behavioral patterns that involve anger, phobias, procrastination, or poor impulse control can also be addressed. I assists individuals, couples, and families by providing skills-based counseling so they can live life more peacefully and productively.
Depression
(888) 232-0222
Seattle, Washington 98119
Debra Gruber, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work from a depth psychology perspective, which means that I work with my clients to explore the motivaitons and meaning behind behaviors. I strongly value mutual exploration in the therapy process and encourage my client's partnership in setting the direction of the therapy.I embrace creativity, dreams, and laughter as important parts of the therapy process. Certain issues in the therapy may call for interventions that are more behavioral in nature and will be worked with using the appropriate methods. My clients needs will guide the approach I take.
Depression
(206) 641-9150
Seattle, Washington 98103
Elle Smith, Counselor  in Seattle
“Life can be challenging at times and more agreeable at others. While we all desire to be the best version of ourselves, we can get caught up in unhelpful thinking, feeling, or behaving. Therapy is a beneficial and practical way to help life work and feel better. Therapy provides clarity when things get confusing, and helps uncover our hidden strength and resolve when circumstances do not align with our vision for ourselves, or what we want from our lives.
Depression
(206) 402-7463
Seattle, Washington 98107
Barbara Grote, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Across from Swedish Hospital (Broadway & Madison), I offer individual and couples therapy for relationship issues, depression, anxiety/job stress, divorce, trauma/abuse, and other life concerns. I have many years of counseling/psychotherapy experience in clinical, high tech, and non-profit settings. I believe that therapy only works in an environment that is confidential, safe, supportive, and non-judgmental. My approach is caring and tailored to each person as an individual. I listen carefully, ask questions to further our mutual understanding, and offer feedback or observations. Regardless of what brings you to therapy, my job is to help you achieve your therapy goals.
Depression
(253) 200-9503
Seattle, Washington 98122
Marvin Thomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, BCW
“Do you want more love and creativity and vitality in your life? I bring 40 years of experience in working with thousands of people both as couples and individually. Together, you and I will create a solution that is unique to your needs.
Depression
(206) 538-2739
Seattle, Washington 98125
Ali Clark, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all need a safe place to tell our stories where they can be heard, held and worked with for the sake of healing and growth. My interest is in helping you find movement in your life while building your internal and external resources. I work primarily as a relational therapist with an education and training in various theories of psychotherapy. In relational psychotherapy, we will spend time looking through an experiential lens observing the experiences and feelings that come up through daily interactions. These relationships will be explored from an unfiltered, unreserved place.
Depression
(425) 329-8783
Seattle, Washington 98121

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Depression Therapists
If you're looking for help with depression in Seattle or for a Seattle depression Therapist, these Therapists provide depression therapy (and depression therapies), depression treatment and depression help in Seattle. They include depression Therapists, depression psychologists, depression psychotherapists and depression counselors in Seattle. They can help with relationship Therapist in Seattle. A Therapist can help with post partum depression, feeling depressed, depression anxiety as well as teen depression. Therapists provide Seattle depression counseling, depression support, referrals to depression support groups in Seattle and Seattle depression groups. If you're depressed in Seattle, get help from one of these depression specialists.

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.