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Therapists in Seattle

Cal D. Ledbetter, Counselor  in Seattle
“Do things seem just kind of meh? What do you want from your life? What's holding you back from getting it? How much does anxiety and/or depression contribute to that? Anxiety, depression, or "feeling stuck" can keep us from realizing what we want from life. When we get stuck in this place in life, it can seem impossible to make choices, or to see a light at the end of the tunnel. This is where a therapist comes in.
(206) 973-3081
Seattle, Washington 98103
Avalon Center, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“Mental Health problems and Addiction occur together with anxiety, mood disorders, learning problems and A D H D.Diane Hutcheson ARNP can evaluate for both mental health and addiction. Treatment can consist of medications, supplements, group and individual therapy.Avalon Center is a Washington State Certified Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient program with separate programs for men and women that helps with addiction and mental health. Individual therapy is available for those who have difficulty with groups. Coping Skills Group 4 Life ( modified Dialectical Behavior Therapy{DBT} by M. Linehan) is an introduction to using mindfulness to balance mood, relationships, coping with distress.
(206) 455-7302
Seattle, Washington 98136
Ginger Moriarty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have nineteen years experience as an individual and family therapist. I am dedicated to creating a collaborative atmosphere of openness, honesty, and compassion where people gain awareness about themselves, their emotions, and their relationships in order to meet their desired goals for positive and lasting change. I approach my work with groundedness, warmth, humor, playfulness, and straight-forward reflection. I believe the most productive therapeutic setting is one that is tailored specifically for each individual person’s needs and preferences. Some of the therapeutic styles from which I will draw upon are Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioral, Developmental, Systems, and Mindfulness.
(206) 866-6056
Seattle, Washington 98115
Clara Doctolero, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a skills-based therapist who can help you improve your life. These tools can better manage depression, anxiety, arguments with others, self-esteem issues, anger management, general unhappiness, etc. I teach you how to help address the reasons why you came to therapy while being compassionate and direct. My ultimate goal is to empower you to use these skills (DBT, CBT, mindfulness based) on your own. My style is best suited for teenagers (13 years +) and adults. I'm also a great fit if you were referred to a DBT program and found it more than what you need.
(206) 258-7383
Seattle, Washington 98101
Shannon Budelman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Each person's healing process is a unique and creative experience, and therapy is about creating a safe space for you to explore whatever is of concern to you. I will listen to you empathically, ask questions, offer feedback and new perspectives, and challenge you to reconsider old decisions and try on new ways of being. Together, we will keep a sharp eye on your strengths and the adaptive ways you have coped with life's challenges, as well as the patterns of behavior that are no longer serving you well.
(206) 745-4944
Seattle, Washington 98101
Frederick B Davis, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I've been practicing psychiatry and psychotherapy for 40 years, and have successfully treated hundreds of people. My youngest patient was eighteen months old, my oldest 94, and I’ve seen every age between. Some patients come for a single visit, others for years. I use psychotropic medicine judiciously, as needed. We live in a culture averse to pain and suffering—often resulting from the vicissitudes of life and not necessarily the result of mental illness. People have reserves of strength they often hide from themselves; the most important thing I do, perhaps, is to help my patients discover that strength.
(206) 745-0918
Seattle, Washington 98115
Jane Palmer, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome to my profile. I specialize in treating trauma, anxiety, panic, acute and chronic stress. Symptoms of anxiety, depression, avoidance, intrusive thoughts, dissociation, chronic illness, substance abuse, and relationship difficulties may be due to unresolved trauma from earlier in life.I utilize newer psychological approaches, such as EMDR, Somatic Transformation, Lifespan Integration, which are designed to change the way your brain processes information. All will involve talking about your feelings, thoughts, images, body sensations and integating conceptual knowledge with emotional and body experience. We may often "target" memories from the past to heal the present and visualize a positive future.
(206) 316-9594
Seattle, Washington 98122
Makiko Guji, Psychologist  in Seattle
“As you are in the process of looking for a therapist, you may already be half-way through resolving your issues. It is said that client's readiness and willingness to make changes is the strongest indicator of successful therapy outcome. As a therapist, I will accompany you in the journey of actualizing your fullest potential by assisting you to develop internal and external resources such as the sense of freedom, choices, healthy sense of self, responsibility, managing life balance, and strong support systems and relationships. I believe that the time of despair could be a significant opportunity for growth.
(206) 370-4237
Seattle, Washington 98101
Polly Mackoff Amkraut, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISCW
“I bring a unique blend of professional training, compassion and intuition to the therapeutic relationship. I teach clients new insights and skills to help them cope with life's challenges, and find relief from psychological and emotional distress.
(206) 489-3759
Seattle, Washington 98105
Simon S Connor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are your relationships not as fulfilling as you'd like? Are you feeling depressed, anxious, overwhelmed, or less hopeful? I provide individual, couple, and family therapy and can help you with these issues and more. As we work together, I help create a context where hope can prevail, where intention has more power than reaction, where options for overcoming challenges and achieving goals are discovered, and where new connections are created.
(253) 343-1715
Seattle, Washington 98112
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
Changing Stories Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“Are you or a family member struggling with grief or loss? Do you feel stuck in your journey as a human being? Are you haunted by regrets? I believe that extremely impactful events are often swept under the rug by our fast-paced lives and sometimes it requires a safe and slowed down space to look back in order to move forward. I work with a variety of theories--especially narrative--and teens, families and adults in Spanish and English.
(206) 535-1958
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
Hayley Tapp, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have a fairly straightforward approach to therapy. I work with people on issues of depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, substance abuse, existential issues, as well as help people plagued by impulsivity that wreaks havoc in their lives. My background also helps me in my work with the creative community, helping people to achieve a balance between their creativity and the choices they make in their lives.
(253) 214-9809
Seattle, Washington 98117
Anna Rhodes, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist dedicated to providing psychotherapy, EMDR, counseling, education, and support services to individuals, couples and professionals. I specialize in areas regarding the impact of stress, illness and loss, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, post-traumatic stress, life transitions, phobias, conflict resolution and all areas pertaining to creating and maintaining healthy relationships. Clients experience support, practical feedback, empathy, and insight to help them address life's challenges.
(206) 735-3589
Seattle, Washington 98117
Amanda L Evans, Counselor  in Seattle
“My primary areas of focus include trauma, PTSD and crisis intervention; domestic violence and sexual assault; feminist issues including ending sexism, racism, heterosexism and ableism; and gender, relational orientation and sexuality.
(425) 728-7631
Seattle, Washington 98104
Nicole Grace DiBacco, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all struggle in life at one point or another. However, reaching out for support takes a lot of courage and strength. For this reason, it is my goal to provide a safe, accepting, non-judgmental environment where you can openly explore these struggles and receive the support and guidance you need. Many times our past experiences have left us with wounds that become aggravated, causing difficulites in our relationships and daily lives. Together, we will reflect upon your emotional states and sources of distress to gain deeper awareness and skills for change, relief and healing in these areas.
(206) 965-9121
Seattle, Washington 98104
Susan A Hawkins, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed psychologist with 20 years experience providing psychotherapy and consultation. My approach is gentle, respectful and compassionate, including challenge and encouragement as appropriate. I offer short-term and long-term psychotherapy, emphasizing the development of a warm, empathic therapeutic relationship. My treatment approach is integrative and most influenced by psychoanalytic, humanistic and developmental theories. Psychotherapy involves verbalizing your thoughts and feelings, exploring relational and behavioral patterns, and understanding how past experiences may impact you now. The needs and goals of the individual guide my therapeutic approach. My personal style is down-to-earth and interactive, with an occasional dash of humor.
(206) 455-8972
Seattle, Washington 98112
Sally N Turner, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all have ways of handling stressful situations without letting emotions get the better of us, but some ways of coping work better than others. Short-term fixes that help numb our emotions may temporarily alleviate sadness and anger, but can end up causing anxiety, depression, shame, and physical health problems. If you struggle with overwhelming emotions and feel trapped by unhealthy patterns of coping with your relationships and work stressors, I can help you.
(214) 629-0553
Seattle, Washington 98107
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.
(206) 745-0499
Seattle, Washington 98117
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