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Therapists in Seattle

Cristine Ramsdale, Counselor  in Seattle
“I view therapy as a relationship that client and therapist choose to enter into for the sake of treating specific issues as well as to engage the deeper issues of the client's life. I believe that people are best understood by looking at their interactions with others. In our process together, we will explore how past relationships have impacted your patterns of relating in the present. We will also seek greater awareness of what is occurring between the two of us during our therapy sessions.
(206) 866-6305
Seattle, Washington 98119
Lynn H Cunningham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MA, MSW, LICSW, PhD
“I work with people who pull their hair. I believe it is possible to make sense of trichotillomania, to achieve some relief, and to understand "why me?" If you pull your hair, probably you are also anxious and depressed that your personal will and sense of agency fail to control your pulling. Trichotillomania tends to complicate every relationship because it affects self esteem, disrupts your social life and interferes with your productive and creative efforts, and most telling, means hair thinning or baldness. Sadly, statistics show that people usually pull their hair for more than a decade before they seek help.
(206) 370-1500
Seattle, Washington 98112
Justin Pere, Clarity Counseling Seattle P.S., Counselor  in Seattle
“Specializing in Men's Issues and Couples. I help couples build skills for managing conflict, create a system of shared meaning together, and develop new skills for enhancing friendship and intimacy. For couples, intimacy, respect, and connection in your relationship are all very possible. Goals of couples therapy include getting beyond judgment, blaming, and defensiveness to truly resolve conflict and enjoy your relationship again.
(206) 855-3934
Seattle, Washington 98119
Francesca Licciardi, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all want to live happy and fulfilling lives. It's my job to help you achieve this goal. Utilizing a wide variety of therapy approaches I help clients to find the necessary ingredients to a satisfying and healthy life. The components, which I find crucial in the clients I work with, are a sense of dedication and willingness for personal growth. In addition it is my goal for those leaving my practice to become their own healers. As a practitioner I consistently expand my skills with the most cutting edge therapies and apply new techniques to promote greater success.
(425) 967-8748
Seattle, Washington 98109
Susan Hager-Smith, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have a practice of individual counseling open to people of all ages who wish to address depression, anxiety, separation or divorce, other relationship issues, identity, work, career issues, aging, stress, grief and loss. I have taken continuing education in gambling addiction.
(206) 866-0472
Seattle, Washington 98107
Melissa Gayle West, Counselor  in Seattle
“I help women in transition move through the grief and turbulence of life transitions to find meaningful, radiant new life. Women experience and deal with transitions differently than men, and I have loved working with women in transition for over 25 years. With professional training in life coaching as well as psychotherapy, spiritual counseling, depth and transpersonal psychology, and body awareness, I have the skills and life experience (personal as well as professional) to support you through your transition in the way that best fits you and your specific needs.
(206) 673-3814
Seattle, Washington 98177
Tom Benson, Counselor  in Seattle
“I take the mysticism out of therapy. We both know that not everything is "about your mother." Figuring out why you are the way you are can be interesting and even enlightening, but it's worthless if you're still experiencing the same emotional pain. You have the ability to make changes in your life. You don't have to just accept the pain.
(206) 518-9740
Seattle, Washington 98103
Marcus Berley, Counselor  in Seattle
“The changes that you experience in life can challenge the very core of who you are. These transformations are often as painful as they are illuminating. When you accept the challenge, life becomes full of opportunities. I offer counseling for individuals, couples, and families who want to reclaim their lives as their own. I offer guidance and support for people who are ready to find the gifts within the difficulties of life.
(206) 453-1639
Seattle, Washington 98112
Abby M Wong, Counselor  in Seattle
“Morgan Freeman's character in Shawshank Redemption says, "Get busy living or get busy dying." But, what if LIVING has become difficult? If the difficulty involves relationship issues, adoption, trauma, abuse (verbal, physical or sexual), racial identity, or symptoms of anxiety and depression - than perhaps together we can explore how you can find new ways to truly, fully, and wholeheartedly live.
(206) 504-2868
Seattle, Washington 98102
“Free, live telephone consultation for the general public and helping professionals, weekdays, 9 - 10 AM. Certified/licensed clinicians and educators serve couples and individuals with diverse sexuality concerns: loss of desire; obsessive sexual behavior; erection/ ejaculation difficulties; sexual identity; orgasm; vaginismus (contractions of the vagina that prevent penetration); pain; trauma; paraphilias; and conflicts in relationships over sexual values, attitudes, or behaviors. We help clients make informed choices and change outmoded patterns of thinking and behavior to support their goals. Voice mail 24/7. In-person appointment hours can be scheduled by telephone. Therapy fees are negotiable. Services are completely confidential.
(206) 855-3466
Seattle, Washington 98105
Peter Hannah, Counselor  in Seattle
“Nice Guys & People Pleasers are my speciality. I work with men, women and couples where conflict avoidance, co-dependence and putting others first has ended up causing trouble in their lives. Most of these people come to me because of a disruption in an important relationship, or the desire for a change.
(206) 922-8740
Seattle, Washington 98109
Knox Burnett, Counselor  in Seattle
“My primary focus as a mental health counselor is treating former or current athletes who have suffered mental harm during their participation in competitive sports. I also do work with men, women, and couples who are struggling with stress, self-worth, transition, bullying/abuse, addiction, and/or relationship issues among other things...
(425) 358-5843
Seattle, Washington 98103
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
Joan Fiore, Psychologist  in Seattle
“As a licensed psychologist for 36 years, I have worked with a wide variety of clients, helping them to successfully move through their challenges and achieve their goals. Examples of these goals could be symptom relief, improved marriages/relationships, working through problems with teens and parenting, personal growth, improved relationships with friends or colleagues at work, increased satisfaction with feelings about yourself or your direction. My style is highly engaged and interactive. I will provide a safe/caring environment, focusing on your strengths as well as your areas of pain and distress.
(206) 489-3806
Seattle, Washington 98112
John Schwab, PhD, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist treating individuals, couples and families with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, sexual concerns and career challenges. I work to establish a place where people can disclose and pursue their most personal challenges openly and truthfully.
(206) 922-8244
Seattle, Washington 98104
Nicole DiBacco, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all struggle in life at some point or another. However, it takes a lot of courage and strength to embark into therapy in order to work through these struggles and find peace. For this reason, it is my goal to provide a safe, non-judgmental environment where you can openly explore the sources of your distress, reflect upon your emotional states and find pathways toward relief. I offer psychotherapy services with a foundation in creative and body based approaches as a registered dance/movement therapist, certified movement analyst and yoga teacher.
(206) 965-9121
Seattle, Washington 98104
Chris Miller, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My philosophy is therapy has the potential to be a healing and empowering experience that can lead to great personal growth. I believe in the importance of creating a therapeutic environment that is safe, supportive and non-judgmental. I strive to be genuine, accepting and empathic to help clients feel understood and comfortable discussing their issues. My experience has been clients are able to make healthy changes when these factors are present in therapy. Ultimately, I believe it is important for a client to feel the therapeutic relationship is a good "fit" for him or her.
(425) 321-5398
Seattle, Washington 98104
Tara Reagan, Counselor  in Seattle
“I believe that each individual is unique, and my goal is to build a treatment plan and approach to therapy that is tailored to your strengths and needs. I utilize an integrative approach to psychotherapy that is informed by psychodynamic, experiential, and attachment theories. My approach is highly collaborative, with careful attention given to aspects of client history and perspective. I have experience providing individual therapy to those struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, coping with loss, and difficulty regulating intense emotions. I have special experience working with elderly individuals and those struggling with difficult life changes.
(707) 709-8020
Seattle, Washington 98103
Leon Monroe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSWAA
“I use traditional "talk therapy" to meet you where you are while applying techniques from mindfulness based stress reduction, cognitive behavioral therapy as well as other approaches in order to help you uncover your authentic self and reach your optimum potential.I believe that no one understands your experience as well as you do. I also believe real growth and positive change are most possible when a person feels safe and supported. For that reason, I strive to create an honest, sincere, non-judgmental and personable environment for the purposes of counseling and therapy.
(206) 538-2807
Seattle, Washington 98103
Ursula Popp, Counselor  in Seattle
“For decades, I have offered my clients a sophisticated form of healthcare, promoting physical, emotional and spiritual health. Consistently, my clients have discovered that a deep sense of well-being arises only when their presenting issue is addressed from a broad and holistic perspective, when the unity of body, mind and spirit are tended to. In order to offer this kind of care I have pursued training in Counseling, Acupuncture and East Asian Medicine, Massage and Cranio-Sacral Therapy.
(206) 735-4888
Seattle, Washington 98177
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