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Thinking Disorders Therapists in Seattle

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
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
Aylee Welch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Traditional psychotherapy works toward congruence in a persons thinking, emotions, actions, and life choices. Body-oriented therapy understands that the body is also profoundly affected by our life experiences. Identifying and releasing attitudes and old images held in our physical structure adds an important component to therapy. This promotes lasting change, allowing for free flow of life energy from within us so we can more fully realize our life, our joy. I am also founder of the Seattle School of Body-Psychotherapy, and enterprise of Body-Psychotherapy of Seattle.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-4956
Seattle, Washington 98125
Changing Stories Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“My clinical work has been primarily with teens and their families. I work in Spanish and English with a variety of theories and interventions but tend to bring narrative/creative writing into my work as often as possible.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1958
Seattle, Washington 98104
Morgan Watson, Counselor  in Seattle
“Do you feel "different" or judged because of who you are, who you love, or the color of your skin? Do you tend to repeat the same relationships with different people, or have the same fight over and over with your significant other? Is clear communication a concern for you? If you are experiencing anxiety I utilize tried and true methods to help calm your fears. If you are experiencing depression, past trauma, problems with your parents or siblings I can help you find ways to have more satisfying relationships.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-0680
Seattle, Washington 98102
Sara Baldwin, Counselor  in Seattle
“*Evening hours available* Do you feel overwhelmed? Do you want to make changes in your life but just can't seem to make them happen? Maybe you have no idea what is in your way. Maybe you have experienced some trauma or life experiences that have left you feeling stuck. I'd like to help you decrease the struggle. Whatever your situation, I'm confident we can work together on what is important to you. My approach is mindfulness based, which research has shown to be really effective with a wide variety of issues.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 456-4026
Seattle, Washington 98103
Ryan A Lewis, Counselor  in Seattle
“The decision to pursue psychotherapy and counseling services is an important and personal one. I offer a free 25-minute consultation appointment to help you decide if psychotherapy and the services I provide will meet your needs. This consultation appointment is an opportunity for me to learn about you, your concerns and your goals, and it's also a time for you to evaluate me as a therapist and to see if I will be a good fit for you.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 467-4080
Seattle, Washington 98104
Michelle Punt, Counselor  in Seattle
“Do you eat for emotional reasons? Find it hard to stop eating once you start, or feel out of control around food? I specialize in helping people who have a challenging relationship with food. During our sessions, we will work together to address the effects that food and eating have on your emotions, physical appearance, body image, and personal relationships, and to set mindful goals that will help you increase your well-being at all levels. I invite you to work with me to rediscover quality of life given your unique situation and personal resources. Welcome to Deep Well-Being.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 866-6058
Seattle, Washington 98105
Anagnorisis Relational Counseling & Consulting, Counselor  in Seattle
“Anagnorisis is a literally term describing a moment when a person makes a critical discovery. In Greek, it means recognition. Specifically, the person's insight into a relationship-a profound moment of discovering who they are. We enter into the therapeutic space with varying cause; some wanting change, self-growth, advice on life choices, or help during existential crisis. Not always but often, crisis in one area reveals issues in the others. This could be within relationships, vocation, spirituality, or family. If you find yourself lost in transition, wondering about significant themes in your life, this space is for you.
Thinking Disorders
(469) 608-2194
Seattle, Washington 98119
Meg McLaughlin, Counselor  in Seattle
“Sometimes life's challenges become overwhelming and you may find it difficult to cope or to move forward. When this happens, these challenges/problems may dominate your life. Often social and family pressures help to keep the problem in control, too. I will work in partnership with you to identify ways these problems have affected your life-and strategize ways to help you regain control over your life. We will work collaboratively examining the challenges/problems particularly looking to uncover life experiences that contradict these problems-contradictions that may provide ways for you to take back control of your life.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 455-9691
Seattle, Washington 98103
Karen Ni, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“My practice consists of medication management and psychotherapy for a broad spectrum of psychiatric diagnoses. Most often, I will use a combination of therapy and medication as I have found this to be a most beneficial combination. I believe in an empathic and caring approach to all of my patients. I also collaborate with patients in finding treatments that work for them and am happy to coordinate care with other providers.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 971-6620
Seattle, Washington 98101
Ilsa Spreiter, Counselor  in Seattle
“The strength of my approach lies in my ability to help empower my clients to know their truth and take charge of their lives. Many come to me overwhelmed and isolated; they lack energy, feel "paralyzed" by decision-making or wrestle with judgmental inner voices. At the heart of this is a struggle to find and accept themselves. I offer an integrative perspective, combining talk therapy with mindfulness and body-centered approaches, psychological and spiritual traditions. I help you connect to yourself and the world around you; work with challenging emotions; and cultivate greater self-love.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 489-3486
Seattle, Washington 98122
Barbara Grote, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Across from Swedish Hospital (Broadway & Madison), I offer individual and couples therapy for relationship issues, depression, anxiety/job stress, divorce, trauma/abuse, and other life concerns. I have many years of counseling/psychotherapy experience in clinical, high tech, and non-profit settings. I believe that therapy only works in an environment that is confidential, safe, supportive, and non-judgmental. My approach is caring and tailored to each person as an individual. I listen carefully, ask questions to further our mutual understanding, and offer feedback or observations. Regardless of what brings you to therapy, my job is to help you achieve your therapy goals.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 200-9503
Seattle, Washington 98122
D. Michael Louderback, Counselor  in Seattle
Counselor, MA, LMHCA
“Everything is relational and everything matters; we're all connected. I believe, from my own experience, that our issues and our problems and our pain occur for good reasons. I also believe that they arise within relational contexts, which is to say, the relationships we have with others and the relationship we have to our one-and-only selves.
Thinking Disorders
(937) 757-9283
Seattle, Washington 98103
“The people I work with are seeking personal growth and adult development. They are open to expand their participation in life and their capacity to be aware, present, joyful and creative. They come because they see that aspects of their lives are not working as well as they would like and joy, peace or fulfillment are missing in parts of their lives. I work with people with many different symptoms, conditions or problems and I see these as opportunities for growth and development rather than something wrong that needs to be fixed. I do NOT offer med evaluations or prescription.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 214-9097
Seattle, Washington 98102
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.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1755
Seattle, Washington 98103
Wai Wong-Miller, Counselor  in Seattle
“I specialize in relationship issues, trauma/abuse/PTSD, addiction issues/chemical dependency recovery support, and mood disorders. I assist clients in developing adaptive ways to connect with themselves and with others. My style is interactive and engaging in listening, providing feedback and perspectives, and supportive. We will collaborate and explore ways to work on your concerns. I use a variety of approaches that are individualized to address your needs and to facilitate your innate ability for insight, healing, and growth. The resulting changes you choose to make will be authentic and sustainable.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 569-8904
Seattle, Washington 98103
Laura Thomas, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work to alleviate emotional pain or confusion, establish more effective coping skills, while fostering a more accurate understanding of your past and what you want for your future. I work with adults from a variety of lifestyles, ethnic groups, and backgrounds in a warm and accepting therapeutic relationship to feel comfortable, safe, and productive. By working together as a team, we can find a way to develop and support your personal goals and to increase your life satisfaction.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 707-9126
Seattle, Washington 98101
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.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 489-3817
Seattle, Washington 98105
Elaine Waller-Rose, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Your decision to enter the process of therapy is an act of trust that I take seriously and respectfully. I've had the privilege of assisting women, men, couples and youth as they work through the variety of experiences and challenges that make us human. Although I was initially trained in psychodynamic and attachment theory, we may incorporate any of several clinical approaches. What suits the client's needs and preferences is key. Together, we create a supportive atmosphere where what matters to the client can be expressed and explored. More satisfying and effective ways of moving forward can be nurtured.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 743-9283
Seattle, Washington 98122

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