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Therapists in Seattle

Trevor Davis, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am focused on helping my clients live more meaningful and rewarding lives. My practice is located in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle. Much of my work is helping people with experiences such as depression, anxiety, and/or relationship difficulties. I also specialize in working with people who find themselves struggling with their physical health, such as a new diagnosis, traumatic injury, chronic pain, or physical disability. My approach is very collaborative. I want to work on the goals that are important for you.
(206) 455-7317
Seattle, Washington 98103
Kim Richan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“We all have an image of our best self. This is the person we'd be if we just weren't so tired, so anxious, so angry or so depressed. I think about my work as the process of helping people to become who they already know they are - or could be. Our work together is to find out why you feel those things in the first place so you can move past them and start feeling happier, more productive and more connected to the life you want.
(253) 200-9298
Seattle, Washington 98112
Julia A. Kay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My mission is to help you reconnect with your inner self, to discover and appreciate who you truly are, and to learn how to live a life that is authentic and true to yourself. I am able to work with you wherever you are in your life journey. Whatever is the circumstance in your life, I can help you find inner healing, and from that, outer harmony with the world around you.
(206) 451-7844
Seattle, Washington 98115
“My practice is oriented towards long-term insight-oriented psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and adults, sometimes including medication management as part of an overall treatment plan. I seek to provide non-critical, empathic, and respectful listening which will enable my patients to feel safe as we explore together the sources of their distress. As a person achieves greater self-understanding, greater self-acceptance and compassion towards oneself becomes possible, and this helps relieve suffering and affords greater personal freedom to become one's authentic self.
(206) 745-4453
Seattle, Washington 98112
Anil Coumar, Counselor  in Seattle
“My passion is to help you identify and remove the root cause of your psychological suffering and to end the pain by getting a clearer understanding of how the mind works. I do this by using a combination of mindfulness based approaches and a process called Inquiry. Mindful Inquiry is a very direct, simple way to peace.
(206) 745-4360
Seattle, Washington 98115
Robin Metcalf, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I see adults and couples in my private practice. I work with all types of clients to help them understand issues in their relationships that are getting in their way. I work with individuals dealing with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, work /life balance, or facing other life transitions.
(206) 551-4106
Seattle, Washington 98115
Lauren Matthews, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Are you worried about your teen? Do they say "I'm fine, you're over-reacting; I don't need to talk to anyone."? If so, we might work well together. I have spent the last three years working with teens who initially did not want treatment for marijuana use. I enjoy finding ways to connect, to elicit what is going well and what troubles them. After building a strong connection, I use motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioral therapy to meet your and your child's treatment goals. I work with adults and teens regarding substance use, depression, and anxiety.
(206) 735-4911
Seattle, Washington 98103
Samantha Arons, Counselor  in Seattle
“It's no small thing to ask for help. At whatever pace feels comfortable we'll examine your life and try to sort out what might be keeping you from the kind of life you want. Together we'll map out short and longer-term goals, developing tools to help you cope with things that right now might feel too big to handle.
(206) 745-3618
Seattle, Washington 98112
Amy Ferlazzo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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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 the issues you struggle with, so that you can feel more connected to yourself and others.
(206) 455-7202
Seattle, Washington 98102
Katie Burns, Counselor  in Seattle
“I utilize a strength-based, collaborative approach. Because trust is an important component of therapy, I aims to provide a safe, confidential space to explore thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. Together, we will work to build new skills and coping strategies while exploring underlying contributors to your current challenge.
(206) 557-6952
Seattle, Washington 98115
Patrice Janda, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“One trend I've noticed is the high percentage of truly unique and sensitive people who walk through my door. It seems some of the finest folks wind up getting lost in this world, not because they have less of an internal compass, but ironically because they have more. In a culture that prizes quick solutions and uniformity, having a voice of one's own, ideas of one's own, puts the complex and innovative individual at increased risk for mental distress. Living out loud is psychologically expensive; together we will work so you can afford to be heard.
(206) 317-1973
Seattle, Washington 98107
Crystal DeLoach, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I work with women, men, adolescents, and couples struggling with stress, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, relationship difficulties, and/or working toward personal growth, self-exploration, and relationship enhancement. I also have advanced training in helping people work through the emotional and psychological issues related to medical problems including infertility, high-risk pregnancy, peripartum loss, postpartum depression, cancer, adjustment to parenting, and other issues.
(206) 496-0393
Seattle, Washington 98121
Nicole Concinnity, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CMHS
“*Weekend and Evening Appointments Available* By listening to your stories and attending to the impact of different experiences on your life, I help identify the struggles and beliefs that hold you back and acknowledge the strengths that have helped you come so far. I will assist you to overcome personal and socially imposed barriers that present obstacles to developing fully open and communicative relationships, achieving your goals and pursuing a creative and meaningful life.
(206) 310-4535
Seattle, Washington 98103
Shelley Green, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“Perfectionism, anxiety, stress, worry: I CAN HELP. Anxiety is a slippery beast. In many contexts, it's extremely helpful. It motivates us to prepare for an upcoming presentation or exam. It helps us perform well when it matters most. It keeps us focused on safety and reminds us to prepare for the future. Sometimes though, it gets out of hand. A drive to succeed can become perfectionism, where expectations become unrealistic and a failure to meet them brings intense suffering. Life's bumps can overwhelm with stress, and keep us up at night trying to plan for every possible future.
(206) 866-6735
Seattle, Washington 98104
Meg Kelly, Art Therapist  in Seattle
“There are times when a creative approach is the best way to access inner thoughts and express what you are feeling. I have seen art therapy help people manage grief, anxiety, depression, trauma, transition, and anger. I am trained as an art therapist and I incorporate creativity when it is appropriate and relevant to the therapeutic process. If you have tried talk therapy and have not found it to be helpful, then art therapy might be a great fit. Previous art experience is not a requirement, all you need is a willingness to try a creative approach to therapy.
(425) 654-2636
Seattle, Washington 98103
Patti Nequette, Counselor  in Seattle
“My therapy practice is committed to helping people live happier, healthier, more joy filled lives. Every single moment of our lives can unfold in infinitely creative ways, yet sometimes our problems seem overwhelming, or we find ourselves repeating negative patterns and we can't see the solution. Are you suffering from anxiety or depression? Are you longing for emotional connection with those nearest to you? Does your life lack a sense of direction, meaning or purpose? Are you suffering a loss, going through a job or life transition?
(206) 535-1617
Seattle, Washington 98101
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.
(206) 324-0315
Seattle, Washington 98102
Scott Renschler, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist working with adults and older adolescents in individual and couples therapy. My approach is insight-oriented and psychodynamic. This means that I believe the past informs the present, often setting the template for unconscious patterns of thought, behavior, and relating to others that impact our current relationships, as well as our ability to be productive and fulfilled. Developing deeper understanding about the nature of our problems within the context of an empathic, collaborative therapeutic relationship can lead to increased intellectual and emotional flexibility, healthier relationships, and richer, more satisfying lives.
(206) 632-2873
Seattle, Washington 98103
Lynn Garvey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Washington State providing psychotherapy to adult individuals and couples. With 32 years of experience working in the mental health field, focusing on my private clinical practice for the last 24 years, I specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety, grief and loss, post traumatic stress disorder and maintain a sub specialty in chemical dependency in various stages from active use through recovery. I also work with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered clients. As a Washington State approved supervisor I provide clinical consultation for other professionals in the field.
(206) 981-3123
Seattle, Washington 98136
Nina Evelyn Shilling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Sometimes in life we get stuck, and try as we might, our effort to un-stick is just so much wheel- spinning: no matter what we do, we remain in that rut, watching it deepen every time we accelerate. The rut might be caused by something small or by something very large. It can feel familiar, or be brand new, never experienced before. Sometimes it causes a subtle disturbance, a loss of harmony and balance. Sometimes it results in more pronounced symptoms: depression or anxiety or a change in our ability to constructively handle emotions like anger.
(206) 462-5966
Seattle, Washington 98121

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