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Thinking Disorders Therapists in Seattle

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
Christeine Terry, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I work from a collaborative and strengths-based approach to help individuals reduce their suffering and reconnect or deepen their connection with their values. I treat a wide variety of problems including addictions, anxiety/trauma, depression, psychosis, and other difficulties. I also work with family members who have loved ones with addiction and teach family members practical and empowering skills to help their addicted loved ones and themselves. I use evidence-based treatments and draw heavily from cognitive-behavioral treatments, particularly newer cognitive-behavioral therapies such as Functional Analytic Psychotherapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and mindfulness-based approaches.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 557-6494
Seattle, Washington 98103
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
Lavonne K Dorsey, Counselor  in Seattle
“Resolving struggle takes courage, and walking through the therapy door shows me that you're bold enough to face challenges head-on. Whether you suffer with anxiety, depression, career transitions, relationship troubles or divorce, I will guide you through to a better place by understanding what you need internally and teaching you skills to translate your newfound self-knowledge into a positive direction. We'll build your emotional and cognitive skills to help you be more self-aware and able to access your inherent strength and resilience.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 735-4961
Seattle, Washington 98115
Benjamin Deu, Counselor  in Seattle
Counselor, MA, LMHC
“I am here to support you heal from painful wounds, improve communication, discover why you face the same challenges over and over, and open yourself to new and better experiences. Practicing full-time give me gives me the added benefit of having a breadth of experience to draw from in getting to core issues quicker. Part of what is unique to my work is that I work relationally. This means we think together about what is going on within your heart and soul and explore how these inner thoughts and feelings play a part in creating the life you have.
Thinking Disorders
(425) 954-7840
Seattle, Washington 98115
Chris Miller, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My philosophy is therapy has the potential to be a healing and empowering experience that can lead to great personal growth. I believe in the importance of creating a therapeutic environment that is safe, supportive and non-judgmental. I strive to be genuine, accepting and empathic to help clients feel understood and comfortable discussing their issues. My experience has been clients are able to make healthy changes when these factors are present in therapy. Ultimately, I believe it is important for a client to feel the therapeutic relationship is a good "fit" for him or her.
Thinking Disorders
(425) 321-5398
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
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
Collin Mcfadden, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work well with patients suffering from symptoms that they feel no one has the capability to treat. Many of my patients come to me after they have been to other therapists and have not found relief. My patients come to me for a psychotherapeutic experience different from the usual. The patients who are a good fit for my services are sensitive, intuitive, creative, and have had difficulty reconciling their personality with their personal experiences and the world around them.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1431
Seattle, Washington 98109
J. Leon Monroe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSWAA
“I use traditional "talk therapy" to meet you where you are while applying the techniques of mindfulness based stress reduction, cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal neurobiology and other approaches to help you uncover your authentic self and ultimately reach your optimum potential. I believe that no one understands your experience as well as you do. I also believe real growth and positive change are most possible when a person feels safe and supported. For that reason, I strive to create an honest, sincere, non-judgmental and personable environment for the purposes of counseling and therapy.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 538-2807
Seattle, Washington 98103
Matthew Brooks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I believe psychotherapy offers unique possibilities for healing and growth. I enjoy working with people from all walks of life. I often work with people who feel stuck -- who want, and need, to know themselves better. You may need support during a difficult time, or you may want to resolve longstanding, unhappy conflicts. You may struggle with trauma, or have difficulty being intimate. Or you may not be able to say. Therapy is one way to grow and understand.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 234-9765
Seattle, Washington 98112
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
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
Laurel Lum, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with a range of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma/PTSD, abuse, self esteem, relationships and diversity issues. I have a special interest in chronic depression, PTSD and complex trauma. I differ from many therapists in that I do not pathologize whatever issues, problems or symptoms you experience. The soul is always seeking expression, not just with joy and happiness, but also through our sorrows and challenges. Most "problems" are simply old habits that served a useful purpose at one time, but which we've outgrown. When we honor all aspects of our life story, pathways begin to open.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 496-0465
Seattle, Washington 98102
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
Denise Wallace, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you ready to overcome the belief that something is wrong with you? Do you struggle with: low self-esteem, dis-empowerment, creating healthy relationships, setting boundaries, self-compassion, or self-care? These issues are common in our society today- there is a collective belief that somehow, no matter what we do, we are intrinsically flawed or broken. We have traded the sacred truth of our own experience for self-aggression, self-judgment, and self-loathing, and we feel miserable.
Thinking Disorders
(720) 515-2966
Seattle, Washington 98104
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Letha Fernandez, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome! Today you could be one step closer to a new you and on a positive path to growth and well-being. My goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we cannot change difficulties of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges. We will look at behavior patterns that may be holding you back from a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Contact me if you are looking for support and guidance through a challenging situation or you are ready to move in a new, more fulfilling direction in life.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-5884
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
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

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