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Thinking Disorders Therapists in Seattle

“The primary focus of my work is providing diagnostic, neuropsychological, psycho-educational, and psychological assessments and intervention planning for children and families. Assessment services are available to most school-aged children, teenagers, and young adults. I offer psychotherapeutic services to children, adolescents and young adults with social, emotional and behavioral challenges and a wide range of diagnostic issues including (but not limited to): Depression, ADHD, Anxiety Disorders, Issues related to Sexual Identity, Autism Spectrum Disorders, OCD, and Tourette's Syndrome. I use evidence-based treatments (including CBT) and incorporate various therapeutic styles in my work with children and families.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 947-4606
Seattle, Washington 98117
Troy E Fenlason, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My practice is about creating space... a relational space to be, to reflect, to see, to heal, and imagine anew. Life can often feel overwhelming or bring feelings of hopelessness, but our inner resources are often more than we are able to imagine in the moment of our distress. New strength and connection can be found in parts of yourself that have been cut off or neglected for various reasons. Often we need the presence of someone, like a therapist, who has the potential to reflect back who we are being and what we might be neglecting, in order to see ourselves more clearly and engage life and relationships more fully.
Thinking Disorders
(425) 256-3943
Seattle, Washington 98125
Calvin Burnap, Counselor  in Seattle
“The work we will do together is part of a larger social justice framework that seeks collective healing and empowerment. When working together, I am especially sensitive to how oppression (racism, sexism, colonialism, transphobia, heterosexism, ageism, classism, ableism, etc.) can impact mental health and identity. The most important goal I have for my clients is to create a safe space to be and talk.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1835
Seattle, Washington 98104
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.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 220-6697
Seattle, Washington 98109
Caron Harrang, LICSW, FIPA, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“I am a clinical social worker and IPA-certified psychoanalyst with a private practice in Seattle (Belltown). I have been in practice for over 34 years working with adolescents and adults. To assure complete privacy of our work together my services are offered on an out-of-network basis. I also offer individual and small group clinical consultation and supervision to colleagues new to the field and to those wishing to deepen their understanding of their work from a contemporary psychoanalytic perspective. I am an approved State of Washington supervisor for master's level therapists working toward licensure.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-4461
Seattle, Washington 98121
Chris Paton, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adolescents, individuals, couples and families. I help people to manage depression, anxiety, transitions, relationship problems, healing from trauma, and developmental issues of childhood and adulthood. I am a passionate advocate for the LGBTQ community. I work with singles and couples, those who are just beginning the coming out process and those who have been out for years. I offer a complimentary 20-30 minute in office evaluation session.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 735-3467
Seattle, Washington 98116
Kenneth Andrew Hapke, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed psychologist working with individuals and couples [college-aged to senior adults]. As a result of my experiences and specialized training, I have learned to respect each person's innate ability to thrive and live fully. I describe my role as an experienced guide and companion for clients who want to change the patterns of their lives by re-connecting with their unique strengths. Psychotherapy is a process and I will encourage you to actively participate. Working together, I am confident you will make changes that will benefit you, your loved ones, and those around you.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-0980
Seattle, Washington 98105
Stephen L Smith, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Licensed Therapist Offering Discreet, Respectful and Affordable Counseling. I am a Washington native, but my various educational pursuits led me to Boston and Northern California, before returning here to Seattle. I find various ways to enjoy this area, whether it is on the water, in the mountains, or on a road trip to explore the vast beauty of all this great state has to offer.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 913-3345
Seattle, Washington 98102
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“Having been in private practice for nearly 20 years, I believe that the relationship between therapist and client is of utmost importance. As such, I strive to understand first what the concern/complaint of the client is. Then it is important that I also understand the specific request for treatment. Utilizing the existing strengths of the client and my knowledge and expertise, we address these concerns and requests together.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 922-8197
Seattle, Washington 98103
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.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 451-7844
Seattle, Washington 98115
Heather Abbott, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hope often sounds like a wishful word in our culture - but I want you to leave therapy with more hope - the gritty, scrappy, resilient kind. This authentic hope grows as you embrace your life story with all its darkness and light. You don't need to talk about everything at once, but just give yourself a place and time to connect with your whole self and pay attention to your life as it is now. As you connect deeply with yourself you are able to carve out space to reimagine how your life and relationships could be.
Thinking Disorders
(571) 384-4637
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.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1480
Seattle, Washington 98109
John Baumann, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adults, young adults, and couples who feel stuck, or even paralyzed, by challenges that seem overwhelming. These challenges may include depression, anxiety, grief, broken marriages or fractured relationships. As a therapist & counselor, I strive to create a safe place for us to explore these challenges and identify responses with the goal of healing. I view our work together as a consultation. Each person or couple who seeks to consult with me has certain and specific strengths and talents that can be accessed to sustain healing and personal growth.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-5072 x110
Seattle, Washington 98126
Susan Nelson, Counselor  in Seattle
“Therapy provides an opportunity to get to the root cause of whatever is getting in the way of your achieving satisfaction in your life. It is in that deeper place where lasting change is possible. I believe effective therapy is client directed and compassionate. It must also be done through the unfolding of a therapeutic relationship where safety, insight, vulnerability and playfulness are encouraged and supported. Through my years of experience treating mild to severe problems including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship, parenting and transitional issues, I have become good at helping to focus this process and achieve results.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 618-5811
Seattle, Washington 98103
Daniel R Brown, Counselor  in Seattle
“The best way to begin is with a face to face consultation. This website provides introductory information regarding my approach to the therapeutic endeavor. It is very important that you find a therapist who fits your needs so please feel free to contact me with any questions or for additional referrals. My primary goal is to provide help for those in need and therefore I provide a flexible sliding scale rate for treatment. We can discuss rate details during our initial consultation.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 981-5324
Seattle, Washington 98103
Steven Kubacki, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I have been providing psychotherapy and consulting services since 1993 for adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families. My practice is quite diverse and involves the following services: (1) Treatment of PTSD, trauma, bereavement, relationship issues, depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, borderline disorder, ADHD, bipolar, conduct disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and Aspergerís. (2) Treatment of chronic pain, quality of life issues, and psychology problems due to debilitating or acute illnesses, such as cancer and auto-immune diseases. (3) Personal growth, spiritual development, and wellness counseling. (4) Sports psychology to improve performance and motivation. (5) Cognitive, personality, learning, and pre-surgical assessments.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 922-8133
Seattle, Washington 98115
Amy Elizabeth Bloom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CSAT
“I am a licensed counselor with over a decade treating depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety, and a sex addiction therapist (CSAT) certified by the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP) with Patrick Carnes. Along with general practice and specialties, I treat those who suffer from sexual addiction/compulsion and their spouses/partners. I offer assessment, level of care determination, and counseling for sexual addicts/compulsives. I do not treat sex offenders. Individual and group sessions are available for spouses and partners. Issues addressed include love addiction, codependency, grief and loss, betrayal, trauma healing, boundaries, self care, and integrity.
Thinking Disorders
(360) 878-7300
Seattle, Washington 98109
Adrian Jarreau, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you struggling and suffering? Is it hard to seek help? Do you doubt it will make a difference? This will all begin to change starting with our first contact. You will have an opportunity to describe in detail what your experience of life has been. You will also experience what it is like to be listened to very closely and to feel differently as a result. My response to you will indicate the depth of attention you are receiving from me. The space I give to you can become a space you learn to provide for yourself.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 855-5915 x2
Seattle, Washington 98104
Ewa Lichnowska (Eva), Counselor  in Seattle
“My mission as a therapist is to help each client fulfill their emotional and social needs by building a unique therapeutic relationship based on empathy, understanding and trust. We all face challenges in our lives, whether due to loss of loved ones, family and work related stress or in our relationships with others. To meet these challenges, I provide an environment of emotional safety and respect, where you will be actively involved in clarifying your needs and goals and taking the insight and skills we develop together into your daily life.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 538-2871
Seattle, Washington 98103
Annmarie Stankovich, Counselor  in Seattle
“Find hope after tragedy or use your past as a source of strength for your future. My approach is holistic, encompassing the thoughts, emotions, physical health, nutrition, and relationships of the individual. This is a journey into wellness. You will have the opportunity to tap into your emotions, manage your symptoms, develop goals, & build skills for coping and resolving personal struggles. Together we will work on changing self-defeating thoughts and behaviors, which will result in making positive choices and changes. Living a fulfilling and rewarding life is the best gift you can give to yourself!
Thinking Disorders
(253) 237-2909
Seattle, Washington 98119

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