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Thinking Disorders Therapists in Seattle

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
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
Advocate Counseling, Counselor  in Seattle
“If you are browsing through this website then you're most likely trying to find help with something in your life that you've been struggling with for some time. Maybe even years. It is good you are reaching out. Maybe you're struggling with depression that you now realize has been there most or all of your life. Or you might be dissatisfied in your current relationship or have a hard time staying in a relationship for any length of time? Or maybe you've been holding onto the knowledge (images or scenes in your mind) of sexual abuse and have never told anyone.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 557-3989
Seattle, Washington 98109
Scott Rutledge, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Most clients that come to see me are anticipating or in the middle of an “unwanted change”. Whether it is the death of a significant person, a child born with a disability, a teenager who is distant, or a break up of a long relationship, these are all life transitions that can carry a significant amount of emotional weight. Whatever your situation, going backwards or continuing what you are doing is not an option. My goal is to help you lighten the load by working with you to adapt, change and make sense of your new world.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 743-9844
Seattle, Washington 98112
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
Jack Fisher, PhD, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people experiencing problems with relationships(work or personal), mood (depression, anxiety, etc.), creativity, and self-esteem. I draw on a number of therapeutic approaches so the needs of a person can be individually met. I believe every person has a desire and an ability to heal and change. The outcomes of therapy depend significantly on decisions that are made and actions that are taken because of them.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-0392
Seattle, Washington 98102
Sara M. 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 effective with a wide variety of issues like stress, anxiety and depression.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 456-4026
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jeffrey Grant, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adolescents or adults with a desire to better understand who they are, have been, and may yet become. The therapy process is one of discovery, and coming to truly know yourself through your relationship with someone else who strives in every moment to hear you in your deepest depths and fullness. That is what I offer, because I believe that is the best of what therapy has to offer.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-4487
Seattle, Washington 98122
Michelle Zipperman, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“Dr. Zipperman is a Board Certified Psychiatrist graduating from the University of Washington Psychiatry Residency and Loma Linda School of Medicine. Balanced Living Psychiatry is built on the understanding that happiness, peace of mind, and overall wellness is found at the intersection of healthy living, strong coping skills/ self-care, insight oriented therapy and when needed, psychiatric medications. Dr. Zipperman adopts the approach of integrative psychiatry, providing medication management and psychotherapy interventions but also building a team of providers for her patients including highly specialized psychotherapists, yoga/mindfulness/meditation teachers, Naturopathic Doctors, and the patient's own Primary Care Physicians.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 914-9254
Seattle, Washington 98122
Jeffery J Goff, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with men and boys who struggle with anger. Often times the anger is brought on by unmet expectations and merely a symptom of deeper issues under the surface. It's my job to metaphorically stand in a place you can not see, and point you in the right direction as to the cause of what is contributing to the anger. By doing so, you can receive insight that will enrich your life and change it for the better.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 673-5349
Seattle, Washington 98104
Krista Law, Counselor  in Seattle
“Whether you are suffering from stress or sadness, anxiety or anger, confusion or criticism, talking about it helps. There's a reason why therapy is commonly called the talking cure. Just the process of putting words to what you're feeling is healing. And yet, finding someone in your life trustworthy and kind enough to share your feelings with is challenging for most people. I am a well-trained, licensed therapist who offers kindness in a context that insists on confidentiality which offers a safe environment to begin the work of healing and transformation through the process of talking.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1461
Seattle, Washington 98115
Robin D Custer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW-A
“~ Do you have trouble sleeping, getting out of bed, or leaving your house? ~ Do you sometimes get that weepy, anxious, heart pounding, shaking, can't breathe feeling? ~ Do you feel alone, without support, like nobody understands? ~ Do you avoid places, thoughts, or people that remind you of earlier trauma or fear? ~ Do you have nightmares or intrusive thoughts, or do certain smells, places, sounds, or experiences jolt you back to an unsafe time? ~ Reach out. Help is just a phone call away. You CAN get unstuck, feel better, and experience joy again.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 790-7270
Seattle, Washington 98126
“Serving people for 30 years in various settings (hospitaIs, schools, outpatient), I have learned what skills, attitudes, and attributes contribute to our sense of well-being and purpose and what boosts our confidence in handling life challenges. Youth as well as adults will understand the connection between feelings, behaviors and thoughts and modify those that don't work well for them. Whether a crisis, divorce, or relationship problem at home or school, difficulty being the parent or partner you wish, or self-sabotaging behaviors, I will help you harness these situations, and use them as springboards to becoming the person you most want to be.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1429
Seattle, Washington 98112
Changing Stories Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“Are you or a family member struggling with grief or loss? Do you feel stuck in your journey as a human being? Are you haunted by regrets? I believe that extremely impactful events are often swept under the rug by our fast-paced lives and sometimes it requires a safe and slowed down space to look back in order to move forward. I work with a variety of theories--especially narrative--and teens, families and adults in Spanish and English.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1958
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
Carolann Freedman,   in Seattle
MA, NCC, NBCCH
“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
Selena M Gray, Counselor  in Seattle
“Our work together is a rare opportunity to stop and listen deeply to who you are and how you relate to the world around you. I liken it to putting a stethoscope onto your inner world and we both listen together and talk about what we find. My hope is for these times to feel safe enough for you to begin to say things you've not said before and discover aspects of yourself you didn't know still existed--maybe you had given up hope that they could come alive again.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 926-9850
Seattle, Washington 98102
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
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
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

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