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Therapists in Seattle

Susan Ward, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a licensed marriage and family therapist and have worked in private practice and agency settings for more than 10 years. I provide therapeutic support to couples, families, individual adults, children, and adolescents out of my office in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood.Your comfort level with and relationship to your therapist is a primary factor in the success of your therapy, so after you've had a chance to review my information, I invite you to give me a call to see if we'd be a good fit.
(206) 981-5961
Seattle, Washington 98107
Zoey Faught, Counselor  in Seattle
“Handling life's challenges with presence of mind is not always easy. I can help you identify what is contributing to your distress and assist you in finding a path toward consciously creating your best life now. I work with adults and youth dealing with challenging life issues from relationship stresses, family turmoil, trauma, grief and loss, sexual identity, anxiety, depression and beyond. I also work with people who simply want to find more meaning, purpose, fulfillment and joy in their lives.
(206) 538-2790
Seattle, Washington 98103
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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
Kate Elizabeth Ramstedt, Counselor  in Seattle
“Some amount of anxiety is a good thing and propels us to work towards our goals. However, all too often the pressures of modern life cause anxiety spiral to a place where it feels unmanageable and unfortunately puts us even farther away from reaching our objectives. We worry about performance at work only to come home to the same feelings of uncertainty with friends and family. We want to feel close to others but end up spending so much time second guessing our choices and pushing for perfection that we struggle to really connect.
(206) 954-3395
Seattle, Washington 98109
Maria Turner-Carney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LA-ICSW
“My practice, Feminist Therapy of All Genders welcomes anyone seeking therapy. I have extensive experience working with people exploring all kinds of identity puzzles such as gender, sexuality, race, class, and disability, and also specialize in working with ]adults ages 18-35. Feminist Therapy for All Genders uses a feminist and anti-oppression framework to help people address and heal from trauma and oppression we face in our everyday lives. I offer a mindfulness-based approach to provide you with holistic therapy that encourages mind, body, and emotional awareness.
(206) 948-4115
Seattle, Washington 98122
Pamela Ann Pollock, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome! I'm looking forward to meeting you. I am a very interactive, solution-focused therapist who provides counseling to those dealing with current life challenges as well as long-standing issues. I work with both women and men and have a specific expertise in treating adult women who experienced childhood sexual abuse or other forms of trauma. My overall treatment specialization includes: abuse and trauma (sexual, emotional, physical, spiritual, domestic violence), anxiety and panic attacks, anger issues, depression, grief and loss, life transitions, low self-esteem and self-confidence, relationship issues, and work-related concerns.
(206) 504-3993
Seattle, Washington 98125
Melinda Stone, Counselor  in Seattle
“Good therapy is a gift that you give yourself: a gift of understanding, compassion, and clarity. It can lead to better relationships and the ability to enjoy what is good in life, even when bad things happen. The saying, "What is shareable is bearable," forms the backbone of my philosophy. Being able to talk about what is troubling you can help you deal with stress and relationships. I help individuals process the issues causing them stress and I help couples get to the heart of their issues.
(206) 745-5807
Seattle, Washington 98103
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.
(206) 745-0623
Seattle, Washington 98103
David Jachim, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice for over twenty five years. I offer both psychoanalytic psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. In addition, I consult with couples. My goal is to provide you with a safe, secure and firm treatment environment that will enable you explore personal issues, resolve old conflictual roadblocks and implement a more effective, creative life.
(206) 745-0530
Seattle, Washington 98104
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.
(206) 429-6852
Seattle, Washington 98125
Elaine Willey, Counselor  in Seattle
“For nearly 20 years, I've worked with individuals and couples struggling with relationship problems, challenging life transitions like mid-life crises, stressful job issues, grief and loss, chronic illness, and living authentically. I also specialize in depression, anxiety, and stress. You're not alone in your struggle once we begin to work together. I listen deeply to really understand you as we work to transform your issues. I offer sessions in my Seattle office, by phone, or by Skype.
(206) 455-7166
Seattle, Washington 98105
Brittany Steffen,, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I view counseling/psychotherapy as a collaborative way for anyone who feels stuck to create movement in their life. When you need a deeper understanding in order to move forward, and you've exhausted the internet (and your friends), therapy can help you examine your perceptions, assumptions, values, goals, thought patterns, and your relationships. I enjoy working with clients on the relationships that work best for them, and take a sex positive/LGTBQ supportive stance as I work with couples in different stages, and of all configurations. In addition to couples, I have experience working with teens/parents and individuals.
(206) 535-1787
Seattle, Washington 98101
Carol Mayes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Finding the right therapist is an important step on the path to emotional wellness and personal growth. I am a psychotherapist with over 18 years of experience helping individuals, couples and families pave the way to more gratifying relationships, increasing life satisfaction and reaching their potential. With me you will find a safe, supportive therapeutic relationship, infused with warmth and intuitive listening. My style is active, down to earth and highly collaborative. My approach is strength based.
(206) 817-3036
Seattle, Washington 98103
Karin Matthews, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, JD, MA, LMFTA, LMHCA
“Feeling stuck in your relationship? Worried that there is no hope? We can help. My husband, Bob, and I offer co-therapy for couples. We help you understand your relationship dynamic and explore healthier ways of being with each other. Working together allows us to offer the benefit of our combined perspectives. We are two very different people with different career and cultural backgrounds. Our diversity usually allows us to understand what you are experiencing at a deeper level. If you are a high tech or legal professional, we personally understand how workplace demands impact the quality your life.
(206) 866-2274
Seattle, Washington 98109
Brian Pendergast, Counselor  in Seattle
“My practice is geared towards working through issues related to emotional/relational violence and trauma caused by abuse (physical, sexual, emotional). I also work with clients who have found themselves depressed and/or anxious due to some of these problems in their history. I believe in helping you find new ways of relating to yourself and others that foster wholeness, peace and honesty. My approach is couched in a mixture of kindness and truth, the goal being for you to see yourself more clearly with a greater sense of love and esteem, leading to increased contentment in life and relationships.
(253) 655-2317
Seattle, Washington 98109
Alexandra Szablya, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people who are looking to get more out of their lives - at work, in relationships, in this complicated world. Choosing a therapist can be stressful, and that's the last thing you want; call to set up a free consult to see if we're a good match to work through your issues. My areas of focus include depression and anxiety, grief, sexual issues in relationships, and sexual issues that get in the way of committed relationships.
(206) 981-5260
Seattle, Washington 98109
Timi B Fair, Counselor  in Seattle
“Evening and weekend hours are available. I work with people who face challenges with relationships, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, grief, substance abuse, traumatic experiences, and difficult life transitions. Therapy can help you gain insight that can enable you to move beyond obstacles that keep you from having a more fulfilling life. I use an integrative approach to psychotherapy, respecting the goals of each client and her/his specific preferences.
(206) 706-2839
Seattle, Washington 98103
Arthur Salamon, Counselor  in Seattle
“I offer help in healing the emotional wounds that cause struggle and suffering in your life. These wounds may manifest as depression, anxiety, addiction, or chronic relationship struggles. I will help you gently and safely discover these wounds, and help you learn how to nurture and heal yourself. I have particular insight and information around issues with ADD/ADHD and sex/pornography addiction.
(206) 673-3824
Seattle, Washington 98103
Amber Bauerle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Are you working to save your relationship or healing from a break up? Divorce Recovery/Relationship Repair- A change in your relationship status can be liberating as well as traumatic. Counseling can promote your healing and strength. Do you struggle in relationships or repeat patterns that seem to prevent you from finding the right relationship? Counseling can help you make healthy changes.
(206) 504-3909
Seattle, Washington 98119
“I understand you are looking for help and this is the first step to healing and changing your life. I work with addiction and adoption issues. I see you as a whole person and am mindful of the pain you have experienced and "get" that there are many ways to recovery. I also work with adult adoptees searching for biological family and understand the unique feelings that can happen along the path. Feelings of; will I be accepted, am I enough to be loved, do I belong? These are normal questions and can run deeper in an adopted person.
(206) 965-9148
Seattle, Washington 98103

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