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Thinking Disorders Therapists in Seattle

Kelly O'Brien, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“I'm an individual, couple, and family therapist. Trained in relationship dynamics, my job is collaborating with you to get results that are sustainable in the long run. I create a balanced, supportive alliance with an approach that's down-to-earth.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 569-4850
Seattle, Washington 98102
Jay French, Counselor  in Seattle
“My goal is to help you make contact with the most alive and vital parts of yourself, and to foster the natural creative energy that we all have inside. I believe that all symptoms exist for good reasons. Together we can discover these reasons and help you transcend the thoughts, feelings or behaviors that limit you. Through patient and careful listening, I seek to become attuned to what is struggling to become known in and between your words, and to reflect this back to you in a way that allows you to more fully inhabit your truth.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 777-1588
Seattle, Washington 98103
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
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 98144
Julia A. Kay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Sue Prescott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“For over 30 years I have enjoyed working with families, couples, individual adults, and children to help them feel better about themselves and their lives. I have taught people skills at communicating which can help them take care of their needs and not come across in ways that can damage relationships or others' self esteem. Because counseling involves healing on all levels--the body, the emotions and the mind--I help people learn how to heal themselves, and in turn help others to heal. My approach is holistic and client-centered where I integrate therapeutic modalities according to your needs.
Thinking Disorders
(425) 753-0255
Seattle, Washington 98125
Bruce Hall  in Seattle
“I specialize in areas of post-traumatic stress, loss, depression, life transitions and LGBTQ-related issues around sexuality and internalized oppression. My approach is based on mindful humanism: You already possess a wisdom about what's going on with you; it's an advantage that's sometimes hard to access when a problem becomes overwhelming. I provide a safe, supportive place for you to be who you are, where you are.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1684
Seattle, Washington 98122
Zane Behnke, Counselor  in Seattle
“My therapeutic approach involves meeting the patient where they are and never forcing a patient to do anything that they are unready/ unwilling to do. I treat each person with compassion and understanding and work with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth to which they are committed.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 496-0769
Seattle, Washington 98104
D. Michael Louderback, Counselor  in Seattle
“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 with ourselves.
Thinking Disorders
(937) 757-9283
Seattle, Washington 98103
Laurel Marshall, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and welcome new clients for individual, couple or family therapy. My focus is on working with people struggling with anxiety/panic attacks, depression moods, loss and grief experiences and relationship distress. I also assess and treat adult AD/HD and related concerns. My on-going training and clinical focus is in Emotionally Focused Therapy, as I believe it provides the most effective, direct and research based modality of helping people improve their relationship with self and other, as well as reducing distressing symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 454-9362
Seattle, Washington 98104
Kavita Avula, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My practice is focused on wellness and health. I empower my clients to discover what is blocking them from happiness and feeling grounded. This occurs through the insight-oriented process of looking at old, persistent and problematic relational patterns. I help people to re-work their relational dynamics such that they get more out of life and establish more fulfilling relationships. Resolving symptoms is just the beginning of a process of growth. My clients cultivate a more profound sense of themselves and develop a greater sense of self-worth. This leads to concrete and meaningful changes in their lives.
Thinking Disorders
(202) 600-9756
Seattle, Washington 98103
Sonia Nikolova, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I offer an integrated approach of medication management and psychotherapy to adults. I will work with you towards clear goals to achieve mental wellness. I recommend medications if they are helpful and necessary for your healing, but I see them as only one part towards mental wellness. PLEASE NOTE: I prescribe controlled substances as a last resort once we have a well-established relationship, and with a verifiable record that other alternatives have failed. I aspire to create a sense of safety through empathy and non-judgment that will help us explore your challenges and facilitate healing. ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-3021
Seattle, Washington 98102
Bill Soderberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I work with individuals, couples and families to gain insight and to identify the underlying causes to challenges in their lives. I help people to figure out where they are currently at and to find solutions, while building on the strengths of the individual, couple and/or family. With my assistance, clients prioritize their needs and then set simple, realistic, and achievable goals. Clients draw on their experience and learn to appreciate the areas of their life where they are enjoying success. Clients gain the skills and tools needed to meet their goals.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 388-4168
Seattle, Washington 98109
Shannon McFarlin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Hello! I am a licensed psychotherapist with a collaborative and straightforward style of therapy. I bring kindness, compassion, and humor to the counseling process and work from a strengths-based perspective to help you identify what works well in your life as well as explore issues interfering with your happiness, relationships, or feeling good about yourself.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1767
Seattle, Washington 98109
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
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
Elizabeth A Heath, Counselor  in Seattle
“People come to see me with unresolved difficulties, for example, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, post traumatic stress, challenges adjusting to transitions or losses, relationship issues. They also seek my services to identify and remove obstacles to a more satisfying life. My clients continue to work with me because they are listened to and acknowledged and they feel safe and eager to engage in a counseling process that results in tangible and lasting change.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1486
Seattle, Washington 98136
Wendy Maurer, Counselor  in Seattle
“Undergoing intensive psychodynamic psychotherapy is deeply personal. For many individuals, this adventure into unknown recesses of their psyches reveals personal vistas previously unimagined. Such exploration frequently involves painful disclosures, frightening discoveries, an extraordinary development of self-understanding, an increase in capacity for intimate sharing, and an integration of strengths and aspirations. Such a journey, with phases of both pain and exhilaration, usually takes place over an extended period.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 451-7899
Seattle, Washington 98122
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
Jarred Lathrop, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHCA, MHP, CMHS
“Welcome everyone! I work with youth, individuals, couples and families. My areas of specialty include Depression, Anxiety, Current or Past Abuse, Gender Identity Issues, Internalized Oppression (of all forms), Substance Abuse and overall lapses in happiness. Sitting with you I am attuned to how sensitive our social identities contribute to how we feel. I believe we all have a story to tell which is unique and personal. It is my role to bring Hope, Compassion, Respect & Knowledge to our time together.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 656-0691
Seattle, Washington 98122

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