Therapists: 21 to 40

Refine Your Search


Common Issues:


Mental Health:



Alternative Languages:

Religious Orientation:

Gender Issues:


Treatment Orientation:



Video Enabled:


Accepted Insurance Plans:

Accepted Payment Methods:

Broaden Your Search

Depression Therapists in Seattle

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.
(253) 642-7569
Seattle, Washington 98103
Ingrid Wheelock, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and have been working as a psychotherapist for over 15 years. My orientation is psychodynamic and relational, which means that I view psychotherapy as a collaboration between therapist and client focused on exploring thoughts and feelings as they emerge in the context of a therapeutic relationship. Ultimately, successful psychotherapy may alleviate suffering, increase self-awareness, help one enjoy a broader range of emotional experience, and enhance one's ability to engage more fully in relationships with others.
(253) 200-9293
Seattle, Washington 98121
Allie Bulliman  in Seattle
“Accepting, understanding, and managing your emotions is not easy. Whether stress, depression, or "life" is taking over your daily functioning, we will identify and take steps towards your goals. In addition to traditional talk therapy my specialization in movement therapy can also help you discover and explore the complex being that is you. Through this alternative type of personal expression I merely provide the safe space and contain any movement and/or verbal reflections that you share with me and yourself in therapy. I work well with children ages 2-5, middle-schoolers, adults, and couples. F2F & online sessions available.
(206) 291-8300
Seattle, Washington 98104
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.
(206) 402-7463
Seattle, Washington 98107
Rebecca DiNino, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
“Like many others, we seek help when faced with a problem that impacts our relationships, social or workplace setting. By understanding past experiences, people are better able to place their present behavior within a perspective that allows for change.
(206) 650-7710
Seattle, Washington 98102
Iris M Hogan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW
“We all experience times when "what we are" is not what we want to be. No one chooses to be anxious, depressed, or emotionally unsettled. But despite what we're often told, the solution is not simply a matter of deciding instead to be happy and whole. Emotional turmoil can rob you of valuable sleep, and negatively impact your health, your relationships, and your work.Therapy is the process of taking control and becoming proactive in creating the life you want.
(206) 922-4676
Seattle, Washington 98103
Maura Freeman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Empathic listening and reflection are key to the therapeutic process and help create a safe, nonjudgmental and confidential environment. I work with clients to find a balance of support, listening and active interventions that help you seek the outcome you're looking for. One goal, in this collaborative work, is to facilitate an awareness of long-standing patterns that may not be working for the life you envision.
(206) 535-1893
Seattle, Washington 98109
Lauren R Pollard, Counselor  in Seattle
“I often hear clients use the word "stuck" to describe themselves: stuck in a pattern, stuck in a rut, stuck in a lonely place. Together, we will explore and unpack the feelings, beliefs, and behaviors that are holding you back. Your relationships, life circumstances, or family history might be weighing on you. Perhaps a past trauma has left you depressed, angry, or unable to connect with others. Therapy can help you better understand yourself and the choices you make in your life, and provide support as you navigate life's ups and downs.
(253) 248-4508
Seattle, Washington 98102
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I provide a professional, confidential setting in which an individual is safe to explore and find personal solutions to the complex problems of emotional life and interpersonal relationships. I believe it is within the context of the therapeutic attachment that positive growth and development is facilitated.
(206) 743-9985
Seattle, Washington 98119
Lori A Hiltz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe in the potential of all people to live satisfying and healthy lives and enjoy helping people reach their individual goals. In my work I join with clients in a safe and collaborative way working to explore, understand and resolve the challenges related to their identified goals. I work with people dealing with a variety of emotional and personal difficulties including depression, anxiety, relationship or work conflicts, personality disorders, trauma or abuse histories, parenting, adolescent issues, grief, reproductive issues, self esteem issues and other general disruptions to social, work or relationship functioning.
(253) 200-9855
Seattle, Washington 98112
Lawrence W Smith, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Please feel free to book an appointment online: As a clinical psychologist, I specialize in the treatment of depression and anxiety disorders. In addition to a psychological evaluation, clinical interview, and possibly additional assessments, I evaluate whether a person has symptoms of a mood disorder such as Major Depression, Dysthymia, or Bipolar Disorder, or of an anxiety disorder such as Generalized Anxiety Disorder or Social Phobia. Treatment focuses on symptom relief and on increasing well-being. I utilize positive psychology exercises to identify and maximize one's personal strengths.
(206) 447-1404
Seattle, Washington 98104
Jennifer Trebby, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Any description of therapy is one that is already limited by the words used to describe it. So much of what happens between you and me in the therapy room will involve us finding our way there together. But here are some questions we'll be curious about: Do you find yourself getting in your own way at times? Are you holding on to ideas about yourself that no longer serve you? A sense of wholeness and ease comes from making space for, and giving voice to, all of these parts of yourself.
(781) 352-2154
Seattle, Washington 98103
Joe Sawyer, Counselor  in Seattle
“We are created, live, and change within relationship. It is in relationship that we experience love and comfort, as well as pain and confusion. It is often this pain and confusion that leads people to seek therapy. In therapy, you experience a relationship that is centered on your growth and well being, providing a context for both exploration and experience. My goal in therapy is to help you live a more full and healthy life, both in relationship to others and to your self.
(509) 293-4093
Seattle, Washington 98103
Wellspring Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“There are times when life seems overwhelming or a particular problem or circumstance interferes with day to day activities. If you are seeking clarity about an issue, we invite you to consider the professional therapists at Wellspring Counseling.
(206) 524-9055
Seattle, Washington 98144
Amy S Davis, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Whether you are feeling stuck, struggling to find meaning in your life, or undergoing transition or loss, I understand what you may be going through, and I can help. I see my role as a fellow traveler along life's path, not the expert on your life. Therapy works best when there is gentle confrontation in an atmosphere of trust and compassion. I see my role in helping you make more satisfying life choices. I believe it is the relationship between us that ultimately allows for growth and healing,
(206) 455-7188
Seattle, Washington 98115
Robert Brian Noonan, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“I specialize in prescribing psychiatric medications such as antidepressants, anti-anxiety medications, mood stabilizers, and ADHD medications. Although I specialize in prescribing, it does not mean that I believe medications will help everyone or solve all problems. After your initial evaluation, I will provide you with reliable information about whether a medication is likely to help, its potential risks, and the alternative treatments. I may strongly recommend a medication, suggest it as a possible option, or conclude that medication is not likely to help you at all.
(206) 981-3110
Seattle, Washington 98117
Bonita Siegel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MPA, LICSW
“While providing a warm, accepting environment, it is important for me to pay close attention to what you say, what you want and what you need from a therapeutic setting. Based on what you need at present and what happened in your past, my goal is to help you seeing not only what works for you, but what is not working. This means focusing on your strengths and as well as patterns which may be unhelpful to you.
(206) 408-2493
Seattle, Washington 98125
Gretchen Champoux, Counselor  in Seattle
“There are many reasons people start psychotherapy. For some, it's a recent loss. For others, it's a paralyzing anxiety. These reasons can often can be framed as "problems." This is one way of looking at it. Another, is that your distress or dis-ease is signifying that you are very much alive. Psychotherapy is about connecting and at times, re-connecting with your own vitality. It is my belief that the more we attend to those parts of us that are warranting our attention we will not only experience a decrease in distress but an increase in compassion for ourselves and others.
(206) 504-3106
Seattle, Washington 98122
Jill Gross, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am committed to helping clients create the kind of lives they want and deserve. Whether your goal is to achieve greater self-awareness, build stronger personal relationships, or just feel better about yourself, a therapeutic relationship can help you reach that goal. Over the last ten years of practice, I have been especially effective in helping trauma survivors, clients with eating disorders, and couples. If you have any questions about my training or methods of practice, please feel free to call!
(206) 922-8846
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jenna Melman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LICSW
“I recognize that people seek therapy for a variety of reasons. I believe in working with each person to identify and accomplish personal goals. You can expect a warm environment that balances acceptance/validation and therapeutic "push" for change. This balance is essential to help people effectively reach their goals, overcome challenges and make meaningful changes that will allow for full participation in life.
(206) 496-0695
Seattle, Washington 98103

Not enough Depression Therapists to choose from?
Try expanding your search for Therapists in Seattle to a larger area (e.g. King County, Washington)
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 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.