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Therapists in Seattle

Mark Barone, Counselor  in Seattle
“I view working with others as forming an alliance toward their empowerment as well as the revealing and realization of their goals. My approach is postmodern, meaning I will draw from multiple modalities and personal experience to meet you where you are at and facilitate your progress in desired directions.
(206) 489-3197
Seattle, Washington 98107
Reid Stell, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hello and welcome! The fact that you're looking for a counselor means you're ready to start making some changes for the better. I counsel kids, families, couples, and individuals who are dealing with issues ranging from depression and anxiety to fears and phobias. If you're dealing with grief and loss or other life changes, or struggles with relationships, I'm here to help you find a new way forward. I also facilitate several therapy groups throughout the year. Together we can find the hope you already know is there!
(206) 457-3038
Seattle, Washington 98104
Colleen Hilton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My practice focuses on serving first responders and those in service careers themselves, such as Police, Fire and Military Personnel and their families. I welcome adults, couples and families who are seeking positive change in their lives.
(206) 538-2920
Seattle, Washington 98109
Gillian B Vik, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you struggling in your romantic relationship? Does it seem like the two of you are stuck in the same repetitive and destructive conversation? If so, couples therapy may be able to help you break the rut. I am trained in a model of couples counseling that can help you both learn new ways of listening to each other and deepening the intimacy between the two of you. I can help the two of you explore early attachment styles and uncover old patterns you are unconsciously repeating with your partner, and coach you through new behaviors that will strengthen the bond between you.
(206) 538-2814
Seattle, Washington 98122
Michael A Galloway, Counselor  in Seattle
“My practice specializes in mental health, family life, trauma/PTSD and addiction recovery for adolescents and adults. I have expertise in treating co-occurring issues of addiction and depression, anxiety, adjustment and trauma. I provide couples counseling and family therapy and have much success with persons for whom therapy has not been helpful. I help families and individuals face issues of addiction recovery especially when they are looking for alternatives to 12-step programs. My approach is relational, existential and focuses on making meaningful changes. I integrate principles and strategies of change derived from interpersonal neurobiology and affect regulation.
(206) 538-2865
Seattle, Washington 98105
Dr. Ezra MF Goetzen LMHCA, Counselor  in Seattle
“QUEERS, KINKSTERS, QPOCs,TRANS FOLKS, GENDERQUEERS- are you tired of looking for a therapist and finding that some just don't get it. Are you fed up with educating health care providers about your identity/ies and worrying that they'll mess up your pronoun or say something inappropriate. Here, therapy is for YOU!!! Let us explore how to heal from/with depression, anxiety, trauma, anger, fear and resentment in a safe and supportive environment. My combination of anti-oppression and psychodynamic practice will help you understand how early attachment dynamics and your socio-political context contribute to struggles and successes in your life.
(206) 745-4675
Seattle, Washington 98122
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I offer psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to adults, children and teens. I am open to working with a range of presenting concerns, including depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, self-esteem, trauma and emotional regulation. I work with individuals seeking help with transient difficulties as well as those wanting to address more longstanding problems. My role as a therapist includes helping patients: deepen their awareness of their emotional lives; get in touch with aspects of themselves that they are out of touch with; foster the integration of varied aspects of themselves; establish and maintain healthy and satisfying relationships.
(206) 922-4254
Seattle, Washington 98102
Laurel Lum, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with a range of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma/PTSD, abuse, self esteem, relationships and diversity issues. I have a special interest in chronic depression, PTSD and complex trauma. I differ from many therapists in that I do not pathologize whatever issues, problems or symptoms you experience. The soul is always seeking expression, not just with joy and happiness, but also through our sorrows and challenges. Most "problems" are simply old habits that served a useful purpose at one time, but which we've outgrown. When we honor all aspects of our life story, pathways begin to open.
(206) 496-0465
Seattle, Washington 98102
Frank J DeMarco, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I take a respectful and affirming stance toward my clients, viewing the therapeutic relationship as a collaborative partnership. I work to create a supportive environment of trust and acceptance where together we can safely explore sensitive or painful aspects of your life; identify and change patterns of thought and behavior that cause you emotional suffering, interpersonal problems, or difficulty functioning; and work to enhance your motivation, self-esteem, and self-confidence. My theoretical orientation integrates cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, narrative, existential, and mindfulness approaches. I work from a holistic perspective that considers biological, psychological, socio-cultural, and spiritual factors in understanding human behavior and experience.
(253) 220-6697
Seattle, Washington 98109
Dafna Chen, Counselor  in Seattle
“All people struggle from time to time. Most of the time we manage to cope using resources within, and in our community. At times we need a different kind of conversation - one that offers a safe, non-judgmental and accepting environment. Finding the right therapist may be challenging. Like other significant person in your life, it is a meeting between personalities, expectations, needs and desires.
(425) 274-2970
Seattle, Washington 98112
Kate Elizabeth Ramstedt, Counselor  in Seattle
“Some amount of anxiety is a good thing and propels you to work towards your goals. However, all too often the pressures of modern life cause anxiety spiral to a place where it feels unmanageable and unfortunately puts you even farther away from reaching your objectives. You worry about performance at work only to come home to the same feelings of uncertainty with friends and family. You want to feel close to others but end up spending so much time second guessing your choices and pushing for perfection that you struggle to really connect.
(206) 954-3395
Seattle, Washington 98109
Jacoba Adams  in Seattle
“Trauma and chemical dependency usually go hand in hand. Have you or your child experienced a wound in life that has left you feeling not like yourself? Has substance use become difficult to manage? Are you experiencing anxiety or panic attacks? You do not have to struggle alone. I am committed to helping youth, adults and families work though such issues. I believe you have the capacity to heal. As your counselor, my goal is to create a safe environment, a platform, to nurture your growth.
(425) 358-5052
Seattle, Washington 98109
Casey C. Stevens, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“I offer a unique blend of traditional and holistic therapies which are client-centered by nature. These two practices work together to serve clients in a powerful combination of healing and symbiosis. The respectful atmosphere provides a transformational, symbolic and foundational force for change work. Women, Men, Teens and Young Adults who are struggling in relationship, within themselves, and those with fears keeping them stuck, are core clients. I specialize in relationship-repair, genuine heart-connection, and coach self-awareness and self-love. I help clients discover balance during life transitions; with grief, break-ups, and those seeking self-confidence.
(206) 922-4516
Seattle, Washington 98112
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMHC
“"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars."-Oscar Wilde. Psychotherapy provides a safe space for you to explore difficulties, understand them in their context, and to move forward fortified. I am a Licensed Mental Health Therapist, with specialties in issues regarding children, adolescents, marriage and families. I earned my masters from Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology, and have worked in private practice, community clinics, and both public and private schools. I enjoy meeting people, learning about their worlds, and assisting them in finding the solutions they want and need to move towards their goals.
(206) 489-3690
Seattle, Washington 98117
Nan Joy Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Sometimes what you feel on the inside feels too big to share with friends - too much to tell loved ones and still too much for you to hold on your own. That's how therapy can help. Therapy is a place where together we develop a map of your internal life, how you feel, why you feel what you feel, and what to do about all of it. You may feel kind of desperate to talk - to start examining these feelings and understanding them. If that's how you feel, I hope you'll call to set up an appointment.
(206) 569-5584
Seattle, Washington 98104
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Melissa A. Manix
(206) 792-7622
Seattle, Washington 98119
Center for the Psychology of Women, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the many roles you play? At any point in the day you may be a spouse or partner, a parent, a professional, a sibling, an individual. If you've ever felt confused trying to navigate between these different parts of your self, you don't have to do it alone.
(206) 745-6282
Seattle, Washington 98107
Sara Smucker Barnwell, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who provides compassionate, evidence-based care to adults and adolescents. I strive to help my clients identify and meet their goals through self-understanding and thoughtful change. For many clients, this involves reducing stress, improving self care and gaining insight into emotions. I am passionate about ensuring that my clients have easy access to the care they need, and deliver care through traditional and innovative methods. I am a University Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences with a career-long commitment to helping clients pursue full, meaningful lives.
(253) 336-7998
Seattle, Washington 98103
James E Bederaux-Cayne, Counselor  in Seattle
“I will actively use my training and experience to help you meet your needs & goals. Successful treatment is a direct result of mutual efforts, honesty, respect, and collaboration. Life is full of transitions. Many transitions require skill to navigate. Some happen easily and others require thought, planning and occasionally outside help. I regularly help people manage depression, anxiety, life & work transitions, relationship problems, the processing of and recovery from trauma, and developmental issues throughout the lifespan.
(253) 220-6158
Seattle, Washington 98116
Susan Parker, Counselor  in Seattle
“Feeling like there is nothing funny about what you're dealing with? Afraid that either you'll never be able to laugh again, or that if you do laugh others will not understand how scared you are right now? I get it. But in reality the research shows that the physical act of laughing actually allows you to more fully focus and release the pain. This is true of both emotional and physical pain. Let me show you how you can refocus and have the life you want using laughter and compassion with yourself, your spouse or your partner.
(206) 743-9942
Seattle, Washington 98103
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