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Thinking Disorders Therapists in Seattle

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 98104
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 -- these can be great stepping stones in living life to the fullest. Together, we can find ways to achieve this goal.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 429-6253
Seattle, Washington 98109
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
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
Caroline Jane Plummer, Counselor  in Seattle
“At the heart of my counseling practice is my desire to help you live your best life. To become clearer about what is meaningful to you, rather than what others might have told you about yourself along the way. I am committed to working deeply and gently with your life story and issues. We create your treatment plan together, carefully identifying your goals for therapy. I have extensive training to work with trauma, emotional regulation, behavioral issues with children and adolescents,healthier relationships, depression and anxiety, increased self awareness, healing from loss, and spirituality.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1563
Seattle, Washington 98119
Michele Deklaver White, Counselor  in Seattle
“I provide psychotherapy to individuals and families to promote growth and empowerment through supportive listening, mindfulness, and examination of past experiences, allowing clients to cultivate insight and bring about lasting change. I use a collaborative and dynamic approach that incorporates multiple theoretical approaches and techniques to meet both individual and family needs and preferences. I believe that insight alone does not bring about change; rather, we must do something different to become something different. I offer compassion, humor, honesty, and straightforward feedback while I empower individuals and families to explore their own goals and work toward growth and healing.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 453-2163
Seattle, Washington 98122
Karen Hansen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“WATCH A VIDEO ABOUT MY PRACTICE: Are you feeling stuck, anxious, or confused about your life? Do you need a place to sort out and resolve emotional distress? I have 30 years of experience helping people to resolve anxiety, depression, trauma, or to improve interpersonal relationships. If you are looking for an experienced and effective therapist I'd like to be of service to you. Are you struggling with a marriage or relationship problem? I am also trained in Emotionally Focused Couples Work to effectively help couples work through issues and to deepen their connection.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 789-3878
Seattle, Washington 98103
Karen K. Fowler, M.Ed, LMHC, Counselor  in Seattle
“I value personal growth and adopting new thought patterns and belief systems that allow us to thrive. We can overcome perceived obstacles that inhibit our true self, happiness, and healthy relationships. Counseling is a dynamic process by which client and therapist develop a working relationship based in trust. There is no judgment, just come as you are and find support and understanding. To remove our blinders, experience self-love and compassion, understand our choices, and to be honest with ourselves takes a great deal of courage. I will give you the space where you are met with openness and compassion, individualized attention, and expertise.
Thinking Disorders
(406) 944-0356
Seattle, Washington 98104
Donovan R Bigelow, Counselor  in Seattle
“The Only Cure Is Strength. Our work together will focus on your needs. Psychoanalytic Therapy, integrated with other perspectives, is a powerful and effective way to help individuals and couples address life's most urgent issues. Together we can work through, overcome, or improve: Depression, stress and anxiety, Love and intimate relationships, Family conflict resolution, Sexuality and body image, Parent-child conflicts, Drug abuse and eating disorders, Balancing work and personal life, Managing emotions effectively, Strengthening the will/ego, Artistic and athletic creativity, and Creation of meaning. Every effort in therapy should be focused on achieving an aesthetic self-creation.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 940-6732
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
Victoria Coen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“My clients' holistic healing and my passion for my work both come from the co-creative process of building a caring, supportive and trusting relationship. Therapy is an amazing transformational journey of exploring your concerns with care, compassion and curiosity. By learning to know and trust yourself, you can heal stuck emotions, access inner strength and wisdom, and gain positive self-acceptance. Let's work together to break out of old patterns that distance you from those you love and from yourself, realizing that you are already OK, enough and lovable. Making more empowering choices leads to greater happiness and success!
Thinking Disorders
(206) 922-8205
Seattle, Washington 98115
Nan Joy Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Sometimes what you feel on the inside feels too big to share with friends - too much to tell loved ones and still too much for you to hold on your own. That's how therapy can help. Therapy is a place where together we develop a map of your internal life, how you feel, why you feel what you feel, and what to do about all of it. You may feel kind of desperate to talk - to start examining these feelings and understanding them. If that's how you feel, I hope you'll call to set up an appointment.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 569-5584
Seattle, Washington 98104
Amy Dutt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CMHS
“My goal is to help individuals, couples, and families identify ways they would like to change or grow and then work with them to create more enjoyment, satisfaction, and peace in their lives. I work with individuals who are struggling with depression, anxiety, impulsive behaviors, anger, relational difficulties, grief, and dissatisfaction. In my work with couples, I aim to create a closer connection and safety in the relationship. In families, I work to decrease the conflict or problematic behaviors and then address the cause of the problem.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 777-1634
Seattle, Washington 98118
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 ourselves.
Thinking Disorders
(937) 757-9283
Seattle, Washington 98103
Lawrence Schwartz, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I believe there is no ideal patient (client) any more than there is an ideal therapist or psychiatrist.I work with individual adults and couples who seek help with a wide variety of emotional and relational problems who might benefit from psychotherapy with or without medication.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 557-3800
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
Laura W. Groshong, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Thank you for reviewing my practice information. I am psychodynamically oriented and have had success in helping people though crisis, as well as to then make changes in the way they understand themselves. The crisis may be a loss, a conflict with others, or a conflict within. I have also helped people overcome ongoing anxiety and depression once the crisis is relieved. I also work as a mental health advocate, nationally and in Washington state, to remove the stigma of having emotional problems and help people get better access to mental health services.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-0619
Seattle, Washington 98105
P Diane Sewell, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, PLLC, Hypnoth, EMDR, MNLP
“I am DEDICATED TO HEALING: MIND, BODY, AND SPRIT. Here you will find support and guidance. Is something holding you from moving forward? Do you experience joy? Live your best Life! Anyone may get stuck,and require a little extra support. You will learn new tools to better manage the ups and downs of your life. Hypnosis can be your first and fastest way to healing. My style is compassionate,and non judgmental. I will provide a safe space where healing and growth can occur. I mix traditional counseling, coaching, hypnosis, DBT, EMDR, and other therapy to assist and speed your healing.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 399-5942
Seattle, Washington 98166
Carolann Freedman,   in Seattle
“My practice is intentionally inclusive, which means I extend loving care and compassion to patients of all beliefs. My office feels like a comfortable livingroom, allowing you to simply be who you are. Right now you're probably struggling. Maybe it's with an addiction. Perhaps it's depression, anxiety, an eating disorder or trauma. Whatever your experience, it's critically important that you are heard with an open heart. Whatever your story, I want to hear it. Lasting recovery is my goal for every single patient. Toward that end I use the therapy approach that best fits you.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 633-6141
Seattle, Washington 98105
Sarah Swenson, Counselor  in Seattle
“Do words like creative, curious, intense, and sensitive resonate strongly with you? Do you ever feel overwhelmed by many interests and abilities? Do you ever feel out of step with others, or lonely in a group? Do existential questions concern you deeply? I help individuals come to terms with their talents, intelligence, and abilities, in order to change negative thought or behavior patterns so they can move forward in their lives with confidence and clarity. I can help you identify and build upon your strengths, so you can untie the knots that appear in your life.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 452-3999
Seattle, Washington 98109

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