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Depression Therapists in Seattle

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
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.
Depression
(206) 650-7710
Seattle, Washington 98102
Dan Crystal, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I practice in downtown Seattle and provide treatment to adults, couples, and adolescents dealing with a problem in living. I specialize in working with: recovery from anxiety or depression; addressing conflict or dissatisfaction in one’s intimate or family relationships; alcohol or drug use, or another form of addiction; and processing and healing physically or emotionally traumatic experiences, whether from childhood or current. My experiences have fostered in me the belief that change can happen for anyone.
Depression
(206) 535-2012
Seattle, Washington 98104
LeeAnn Decker, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you a woman dealing with the challenges of motherhood, loss, anxiety, depression, family issues or major life transition? I have 21 years of experience specializing in helping women manage and overcome these challenges and live more joyful, fulfilling lives. Women have unique psychological needs. Because we place a high value on relationships, we have a tendency to think of and nurture others more than ourselves. When our lives become out of balance in this way, the results can be anxiety, depression, lack of confidence and a decreased ability to cope with the many demands of day-to-day life.
Depression
(206) 745-0499
Seattle, Washington 98117
Maya Snowden Counseling, Counselor  in Seattle
“Choosing to seek therapy is a courageous step. While I do not know your story or what has brought you to seek therapy, I think you are brave for being here. I hope these few, short paragraphs give you an idea of what counseling with me might be like. I work from a relational perspective, which means that I believe our way of being in the world is shaped by our relationships to the significant people in our lives, including ourselves. My hope is that you would experience a safe, non-judgmental place to be heard.
Depression
(425) 224-5127
Seattle, Washington 98103
Amy Ferlazzo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Beginning therapy can be unsettling. It can also offer you the chance to loosen difficult patterns, expand your awareness and find relief from troubling thoughts and feelings. People seek therapy for many reasons but most hope to feel different and better. Therapy offers greater understanding of yourself and the issues you struggle with, so that you can feel more connected to yourself and others.
Depression
(206) 455-7202
Seattle, Washington 98102
Sean Patrick Hatt, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Our work will be informed by the leading edge of neuroscience, scientifically supported, positive psychological interventions, and the 2,500 year-old Buddhist practice of mindfulness--which has garnered volumes of recent scientific attention for its efficacy as a therapeutic tool. I also incorporate biofeedback as a support to developing a mindfulness practice that will directly impact your physiology for increased health and well-being. Lastly, I am trained by and am in active consultation with the founder of CIMBS or Complex Integration of Multiple Brain Systems, Terry Sheldon, M.D. CIMBS is a groundbreaking integrative mind-body psychotherapy.
Depression
(206) 745-0623
Seattle, Washington 98103
“There are many reasons why people come into psychotherapy. These reasons can include depression, anxiety, loneliness, past traumas, loss, emptiness, psychological reactions to medical illness and pain as well as the desire to learn and grow personally and interpersonally. In my experience one's pains and worries decrease during the therapeutic process, and life feels richer, livelier and more manageable. Exploring together in a safe place where there is time to experience one's self in greater depth moves the process forward toward healing.
Depression
(206) 745-0133
Seattle, Washington 98115
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.
Depression
(206) 324-0266 x1
Seattle, Washington 98122
Max Tsymbalau, Counselor  in Seattle
“I AM CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. I am a trauma-informed therapist: I recognize both the importance of trauma in the development of emotional and behavioral disturbances and how widespread traumatic experiences are. Trauma is a single or repeated deeply distressing personal experience which, if not worked through, can have severe long-term negative consequences, such as persistent feelings of panic, anger, or emptiness, compulsive or abusive relationships, addictions, or self-harm. I help people work with the parts of them which may be "stuck" in situations of past physical, sexual, or emotional abuse, early neglect, or persistent manipulation.
Depression
(206) 496-0639
Seattle, Washington 98103
Lynette Jeung, Counselor  in Seattle
“It's not easy asking for help. We've all been there. But, you are here and chances are, something is not right. Feeling irritable and restless? Do friends and family "not get" you? Not sure where to go from here? Consider professional counseling. I am a Seattle-based counselor, supporting individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, and many everyday life issues. I also work with couples dealing with relationship and communication issues. My goal is to help you grow, gain insights into your thoughts and behaviors, and to ultimately guide you towards making positive and productive choices in whatever life decisions you may face.
Depression
(206) 518-9752
Seattle, Washington 98104
Janeen M Feley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I specialize in showing adults how to move from where they are right now to where they want to be. I give couples skills, and tools that can help to repair their relationships. I help families shift from discord, to harmony, to go from fighting to enjoying each other. I also specialize in helping children, and adolescents heal from past hurts and current issues.
Depression
(253) 214-9846
Seattle, Washington 98119
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.
Depression
(206) 743-9985
Seattle, Washington 98119
Eric Lichter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am a licensed psychotherapist in the state of Washington. I work with children, teens, adults and couples who are at a place in their life where they are wanting or needing to make a change, but sometimes not sure how to go about it. My approach encourages clients to take responsibility for their lives but also helps to uncover what obstacles have gotten in the way of them feeling powerful, happy, and in charge of their direction in life.
Depression
(206) 504-3752
Seattle, Washington 98112
Tsion Kidane, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“My goal in therapy is to bring my clients hope and a renewed vision. My ideal client is someone who is battling with depression, anxiety, PTSD, relationship and parenting issues, anger management, stress management or grief and loss. Being experienced in the area of domestic violence, I work with women and children from various ethnic backgrounds, who are dealing with ramifications of abuse. As a multi-cultural and multi-lingual therapist, I also specialize in providing psychotherapy to individuals from East Africa giving special consideration to cultural issues.
Depression
(206) 429-6852
Seattle, Washington 98125
Joel Bell, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people who struggle with mood disorders. Often when people struggle with their relationships and experiences, or have been diagnosed with a mental health problem, a kind of fracture occurs between themselves and their real experience. Together we host the best expression of your authenticity--in spite of the labels that would diminish your unique experience. We discover meaning and make decisions about what you want.
Depression
(206) 455-7161
Seattle, Washington 98107
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.
Depression
(206) 257-2701
Seattle, Washington 98105
Anna Kosaly-Meyer, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Are you tired of mistreating the people you love? Don't you wish you could change? - Do you often find yourself irritable and angry at the people around you? - Ready to lash out and get upset even at the smallest reason? You are not alone! Many people are in similar shoes. There is hope! Anger management, learning to respond differently to situations that make you upset don't have to be difficult. It can be eye-opening; you will learn a great deal about yourself and it can be fun. I offer individual therapy for anger issues as well as a treatment group for men.
Depression
(206) 442-2001
Seattle, Washington 98115
Derek Trlica, Counselor  in Seattle
“Things get hard sometimes. I talk with guys about it. Usually guys from the tech world. Most folks come in when a binary approach to their problems isn't working. I help them learn how to view themselves, their relationships & their circumstances more holistically, as this usually opens the door to more creative solutions. It's a shift in mindset, which broadens your awareness & insight. Then you start to really get yourself more - and once you're really cognizant of the psychological environment in which you live, you'll make better decisions for yourself, with more satisfying results.
Depression
(253) 987-6933
Seattle, Washington 98103
George Ankuta, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My approach involves meeting each individual person where they are when they start therapy and forming a collaborative relationship. I provide a safe and comfortable environment in which people can explore the concerns that brought them into psychotherapy. Relationships are complex and people often want to understand more about how they interact with others and evolve in a way that promotes having better relationships.
Depression
(206) 241-9068
Seattle, Washington 98119

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Depression Therapists
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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.