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Suicidal Ideation Therapists in Seattle

Tracy Kalloway, Counselor  in Seattle
“Would you like more happiness in your life? Less drama? More stable relationships? I can help. I provide comprehensive Dialectical Behavior Therapy for teens and adults who have problems with emotion regulation, tolerating distress, self-harming behaviors and suicide ideation. As a comprehensive DBT therapist I provide skills groups, 24/7 phone coaching, and individual therapy to my clients. Contact me today to find out if DBT might be the key to developing the life you want to live.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 452-2716
Seattle, Washington 98103
Amy S Davis, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Whether you are feeling stuck, struggling to find meaning in your life, or undergoing transition or loss, I understand what you may be going through, and I can help. I see my role as a fellow traveler along life's path, not the expert on your life. Therapy works best when there is gentle confrontation in an atmosphere of trust and compassion. I see my role in helping you make more satisfying life choices. I believe it is the relationship between us that ultimately allows for growth and healing,
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 455-7188
Seattle, Washington 98115
Sierra L Swing, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My goal is to work in collaboration with you in therapy so that you can achieve your goals and work through any challenge that you may be facing. I strive to provide a safe and empathic environment where you can receive support, reflection, feedback, and empowerment, as well as be challenged with regard to both current and long-standing behavior patterns and difficulties. While this process can often be daunting, it can also be extremely vitalizing. My hope is that therapy will help you feel more self-confident, hopeful, and self-aware.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 922-8602
Seattle, Washington 98126
Cristy Smith, Counselor  in Seattle
“There are many approaches to treating emotional distress. Counseling deals primarily with common issues such as relationship problems, job stress or life changes. Psychotherapy goes into more depth and deals with specific symptoms such as depression, anxiety, or obsessive-compulsive traits. The goal of psychotherapy is not to "fix" external problems, although that can be the result; rather, the purpose of psychotherapy is to understand the internal world of the client. Change and struggle are inevitable -- but as we come to know and accept ourselves, we begin to respond to change and struggle in ways that cause us less distress.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 388-2655
Seattle, Washington 98107
Brooke Lather, Counselor  in Seattle
“First and foremost, my goal is always to meet every client with compassion. I have deep respect for your journey. Compassion is essential to building trust and creating healing. You trust me with your hopes, fears, dreams, sorrows, joys and despair. I have deep compassion for your vulnerability. Together we will explore patterns, ask questions, and get curious. So often we get stuck in patterns or beliefs about the world that might be limiting. We're all doing our best. Sometimes our best lands us in a place that is not exactly where we'd like to be.
Suicidal Ideation
(425) 409-2237
Seattle, Washington 98121
Laura Zucker Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“Everyone experiences difficult times in their lives. Whether it's struggling with a difficult relationship, work or school, anxiety, depression, or problems in your family or social life, you're making an effort now to change. We will work together on ways to resolve the thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors that have prevented you from being who you want and attaining the things in life you really want for yourself. I offer a warm, safe, and confidential setting where we determine what your therapy needs are and how to achieve them.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 535-1755
Seattle, Washington 98103
Melissa J Kennedy, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My research finds that change comes through relationships that offer hope and a belief that the future can be different. This belief in my client's ability to find alternatives and new ways of interacting with others is at the core of my work with teens and adults. I work with individuals and families challenged with anxiety, depression, difficulty managing relationships, feelings of hopelessness and futility, struggles with motivation in work and school. My work with couples encompasses communication, infidelity, and negatively repeating patterns of interaction. I offer psychological and psychoeducational assessment and evaluation services for teens and adults.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 535-1851
Seattle, Washington 98125
Janine Bussa, Counselor  in Seattle
“Trained in both talk therapy and art therapy, I have experience working with individuals with chronic mental illness such as depression, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder; cognitive and developmental disabilities, dementia, traumatic brain injuries, and with blind or visually impaired persons. Also, I work with identification and treatment of perinatal mood disorders such as postpartum depression.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 408-2449
Seattle, Washington 98103
Patrick James Hart, Counselor  in Seattle
“Mental Health Counseling in Seattle | Psychotherapy Private Practice: Psychotherapist and counselor for problems of depression and anxiety. Therapy for panic disorder, generalized anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, simple phobia, anger management, stress reduction, social anxiety, phobias and avoidance. I help individuals, couples, and families by providing skills based therapy to help you effectively manage your moods, emotions and behavior. I'll help you learn the competencies to resolve unwanted life defeating habits. Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Learn effective personal solutions for life adjustment and lasting behavior change. Thanks for your interest in my practice! I'm just a phone call away!
Suicidal Ideation
(253) 642-7941
Seattle, Washington 98103
Lisa Larson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSWA-IC
“Sometimes we can feel shattered and alone in the pain of life . . . but we don't have to remain alone. I believe healing and transformation are possible through sharing and engaging our stories within the experience of secure and authentic relationships.
Suicidal Ideation
(425) 368-5964
Seattle, Washington 98104
Suzanne Oelke, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adults seeking to learn and grow through life transitions and who may be dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, self esteem, illness and divorce. Everyone has the capacity to change and as a therapist my goal is to support, empower, and challenge you to create the life you want. I believe that growth occurs through caring and compassion. We will build on your strengths and develop effective life skills. We will create a plan that incorporates your goals to make you better able to direct your life toward more meaning and fulfillment.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 489-3817
Seattle, Washington 98105
Heidi Roth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“My primary areas of specialty are pre-teen and adolescent populations. I have over 17 years of experience working with youth and their families in regard to issues such as substance abuse, foster care and relative placement , adoption issues, academic challenges, depression, child abuse and neglect, difficulties with peer relationships, ethnic and racial issues, anxiety, sexual orientation, identity development, legal problems and family conflict.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 557-6914
Seattle, Washington 98109
Walter Cardona, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LMHCA, MHP, CMHS
“As a therapist, my mission is to help you improve your over-all well being, enhance your ability to engage in interpersonal relationships, empower you with useful tools, and ultimately explore and address the obstacles that may be holding you back from the life you want to live. Choosing the right therapist is an important decision and a good fit is necessary to make effective progress. I try to be straightforward, without being harsh, and encouraging without applying any pressure. My clients find me to be warm, caring, down-to-earth, and, at times, humorous.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 496-0539
Seattle, Washington 98105
Kimberly Castelo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“For therapy to be effective, it needs to be real, honest, compassionate, and focused on the client's goals. That is what you will find with me. Over the years, I have found a common thread among my clients: they long to feel safe, loved, and accepted by those around them. When those feelings are not met, life can seem overwhelming and depressing. Finding connections, learning skills, overcoming traumas, dealing with grief, helping your marriage thrive -- these can be great stepping stones in living life to the fullest. Together, we can find ways to achieve this goal.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 429-6253
Seattle, Washington 98109
West Seattle Counseling, Mary Torres, MA, Counselor  in Seattle
“Seeking therapy should not be intimidating. Life can be so difficult, but having someone there to help you sort things out can be extremely beneficial. It is important to me that every potential client gets a free initial session so that we can see if our personalities work well together. I have helped clients with a wide variety of issues, but it is the relationship that we build that will have the most impact for you. I look forward to the chance to help you discover yourself and make the changes that are important to you.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 535-1464
Seattle, Washington 98126
Deanza J Spaulding, Counselor  in Seattle
“In a success driven society the demands on one's life can feel endless. Most people are experiencing the necessity to juggle several competing roles and responsibilities simultaneously. The human capacity to grow, expand, adapt and thrive is amazing and inspiring. However, there is no human on this earth who is perfect and not effected by prolonged states of stress & pressure. This pressure leads to depression, anxiety, disconnection, isolation and many other ailments. Compassion focused therapy is a central component to my therapeutic approach. Treatment incorporates empowering your voice to optimize your path towards healing. Change is within reach.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 535-1756
Seattle, Washington 98115
Ken Peer, Counselor  in Seattle
“I invite you to come and risk finding a different, more connected way of living. Together we will spend time looking at the specific issues that brought you into therapy, as well as explore the nature of your relationships with important people in your life. We will consider together how your way of relating with yourself and others impacts your life and the relationships around you. I believe that we are all looking for our true selves--who we are at our deepest, most profound "self"--and I look forward to beginning that journey with you.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 535-1480
Seattle, Washington 98109
Jessica M Leith, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, MedFT
“I am competent to work with youth, individuals, couples, and families struggling from a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety, parenting, women's health, self harm, suicidal tendencies, couple and family distress. These can manifest as ambivalence, low energy, increased/decreased sleep, low self esteem, isolation, overall dissatisfaction in life, irritability, poor job/school performance, behavioral issues, symptoms of physical illness,conflict in interpersonal relationships, and maladaptive communication patterns. I also enjoy helping individuals, couples, and families navigate through difficult life transitions whether this is marriage, child rearing, retirement, divorce, or death.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 981-5338
Seattle, Washington 98119
Jill A Forsberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, CMHS, LMFT
“I believe Success in therapy is built on the strengths you have within. Whether you are a young child, a teen an adult or a family, I will work with you to find those strengths and use them to find the change you are looking for. I work with individuals and families on issues ranging from depression and anxiety, behavior problems, school problems, and family conflict. I work with families with children of all ages. Whether working individually or with a family, I approach clinical issues from a systemic point of view.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 745-4178
Seattle, Washington 98106
Maya Sophia Sprague, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have 23 years of experience working as a counselor. I believe the counseling relationship to be a place where you and I can collaborate in safety and mutual respect to address the issues that are causing distress and pain.
Suicidal Ideation
(425) 368-5970
Seattle, Washington 98125
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If you have suicidal thoughts and you're in Seattle, please call a Seattle Therapists from the list above or, simply call this number 1-800-273-8255 to chat to someone now.

Suicide is a tragic event with strong emotional repercussions for its survivors. Especially for parents of suicide victims, since so many suicides occur amongst young people and teenagers.

Learn more here about teenage suicide and suicide in general. Or contact a Therapist in Seattle who can help with counseling you or a family member or loved one who may have suicidal thoughts or suffer from suicidal ideation -or you just plain fear may take their life.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Seattle have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Seattle you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Seattle and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Seattle or family therapy in Seattle.