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Depression Therapists 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
“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.
(253) 214-3184
Seattle, Washington 98133
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years experience providing counseling and psychotherapy to children, adolescents, adults, couples, families and groups. I have practiced as a clinician and program coordinator in mental health agencies, and have maintained a private practice since 1993.
(206) 316-9467
Seattle, Washington 98109
David Bird, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“For over 30 years, I have offered psychotherapy to individuals, couples and families. My practice is open to adolescents and adults. I have extensive experience as a child therapist as well. At the heart of effective therapy is a collaborative relationship between you and myself. I use a variety of strategies to assist your growth and development. These may include insight work, interpretations, understanding your history and cognitive strategies. Your goals are important and will be discussed. Our efforts seek to help you better manage emotions like depression and anger, decrease anxiety, and develop effective coping strategies in personal relationships and in life.
(206) 569-4648
Seattle, Washington 98103
Mary O'Leary, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with more than 20 years experience providing psychotherapy and consultation to adults, couples, teens/parents. My approach to therapy is warm and interactive, and I provide a skilled and supportive environment to help you find ways to better cope with the difficulties that bring you to therapy. I integrate evidence-based psychotherapies, my clinical expertise, and your unique characteristics and perspective - to make therapy effective. Throughout the process of therapy, I make a commitment to you to listen well and to lend you my hope, if yours is diminished by the difficulties of your life.
(206) 743-9943
Seattle, Washington 98121
Sara Hiatt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have over 20 years experience offering compassionate and goal-oriented therapy for adults and teens with trauma/abuse histories and/or depression that are causing current mood problems, frequent upsetting memories, relationship problems, poor choices, self esteem issues, shame, numbness, sleep problems and anxiety. I specialize in Lifespan Integration and EMDR, two rapid trauma resolution techniques. Both can quickly and effectively resolve past issues that are causing current life problems without re-traumatizing.
(253) 248-4320
Seattle, Washington 98115
Maura Freeman, Counselor  in Seattle
“My goal as I work with you is to provide you the support, connection, understanding, and spaciousness you need to feel an empathetic connection. This connection will allow you the opportunity to change your life to fit your deepest truth. I have sat in the client chair and have a deep understanding of the struggle moving to a new place presents those of us who choose to walk this path. Let me be your guide. I draw from different theoretical perspectives including: client centered, gestalt, neuroscience, sensorimotor psychotherapy, and mindfulness.
(206) 535-1893
Seattle, Washington 98109
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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
Tamara Lewis, Counselor  in Seattle
“I enjoy working with people who are motivated to understand their depression, anxiety or unhappiness so that they can experience relief and freedom in their lives. We will explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviors and your experience in the world, especially in your relationships, so that you can understand yourself better and begin to make the changes you desire. One of my strengths as a therapist of 25+ years is that I help people get to the heart of the matter quickly so they can understand the source of their distress and begin to feel better and move forward.
(206) 324-0266 x1
Seattle, Washington 98122
Lindsey Rosen, Counselor  in Seattle
“I approach your daily struggles, hopes, fears and dreams as both a personal story, unique to you and your life experiences, as well as the human story, part of the experience of being human. With presence and compassion for all the parts that make up who you are, the feelings and the unfolding patterns to your life, we find meaning that is deeply personal to you. In that way, your suffering is not "wasted time, wasted energy" but has within it something to offer you toward becoming whole.
(253) 343-0830
Seattle, Washington 98104
Heidi Vander Pol, Psychologist  in Seattle
“You might be here looking for a professional to talk with because you are feeling depressed or anxious or you are having difficulties in your relationships. You might find it hard to feel an adequate sense of motivation, direction, or meaning in your life. Maybe you've talked with friends or family but you continue to feel stuck in your unsatisfying emotions and relationship patterns. I believe that therapy offers a unique place for gaining a deeper understanding of your difficulties by reflecting on who you are, your thoughts and feelings, and your life history and experience.
(206) 397-0932
Seattle, Washington 98101
John Baumann, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adults, young adults, and couples who feel stuck, or even paralyzed, by challenges that seem overwhelming. These challenges may include depression, anxiety, grief, broken marriages or fractured relationships. As a therapist & counselor, I strive to create a safe place for us to explore these challenges and identify responses with the goal of healing. I view our work together as a consultation. Each person or couple who seeks to consult with me has certain and specific strengths and talents that can be accessed to sustain healing and personal growth.
(206) 745-5072 x110
Seattle, Washington 98126
Clinton Jay Campbell, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adults and adolescents seeking to heal their relationships and recover from past or present trauma or other challenges. I work by paying attention to the emotional and relational experience that plays out as we explore your story together. Every relationship is unique, particularly as it is marked by experiences of depression, anxiety, ADHD, loss, or trauma. As such, I believe it's more important to approach a new client with curiosity and openness than a prescriptive solution to his or her struggles.
(206) 765-7837
Seattle, Washington 98107
Noreen J Wedman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Healing frees up energy to Live Life more Fully. I specialize in working with people who have experienced chronic verbal abuse and emotionally abusive relationships, domestic violence, Difficult Divorces, rape, and physical abuse. I assist clients in reducing the negative charge surrounding traumatic life events in order to reduce the power of these events to harm their quality of life. Attention is paid to physical health issues in terms of improving overall well-being and physical illnesses associated with excess stress. I offer Individual and Group Counseling, and have written a workbook: A ToolKit for Healing from Verbally Abusive Relationships.
(206) 745-4814
Seattle, Washington 98119
Lori A Hiltz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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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
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“Having been in private practice for nearly 20 years, I believe that the relationship between therapist and client is of utmost importance. As such, I strive to understand first what the concern/complaint of the client is. Then it is important that I also understand the specific request for treatment. Utilizing the existing strengths of the client and my knowledge and expertise, we address these concerns and requests together.
(206) 922-8197
Seattle, Washington 98103
Naoko Nakano Brown, Counselor  in Seattle
“Wanting to make a change and move forward, but feeling stuck? It is often difficult to get a good grasp of your experience when you have a lot on your mind. Sometimes it gets in your way of a wish to change. It can be challenging to be kind and gentle to yourself as well as to your feelings at a time. These experiences often make one feels stuck. I believe, increasing awareness and understanding of experience(s) will help you to gain alternative perspectives that would help you to no longer feel stuck and/or afraid.
(206) 257-2701
Seattle, Washington 98105
George H. Glade, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“Most problems have a solution, most illnesses are treatable. Change begins with a first step toward doing things differently than you have done them before. I believe the purpose of therapy is ultimately not to be in therapy and to aquire new skills to support positive change. I am not a therapist who will sit back quietly, nod and give you an occassional 'Uh-huh'. I have Master's degrees in both Counseling and Nursing. I work in the ER at Harborview, at my office practice and with the psychiatric needs of older adults and people with severe head injuries.
(206) 745-0905
Seattle, Washington 98109
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.
(206) 981-3250
Seattle, Washington 98144
Iris M Hogan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW
“Distressed, lonely and sad- all feelings that most everyone has had at times. But when we get stuck in all that, and it interferes with your day's work or your night's sleep maybe its time to get some guidance and support . We had no control over many things in our past, like the family we grew up in, ethnicity, life events or health. These factors form us and sometimes leave us with emotional scars and injuries. The behavioral and emotional patterns of coping that may have worked for us in the past stop working and leave us struggling.
(206) 922-4676
Seattle, Washington 98103

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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 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.