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Thinking Disorders Therapists in Seattle

Ken Peer, Counselor  in Seattle
“I invite you to come and risk finding a different, more connected way of living. Together we will spend time looking at the specific issues that brought you into therapy, as well as explore the nature of your relationships with important people in your life. We will consider together how your way of relating with yourself and others impacts your life and the relationships around you. I believe that we are all looking for our true selves--who we are at our deepest, most profound "self"--and I look forward to beginning that journey with you.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1480
Seattle, Washington 98109
“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
Calvin Burnap, Counselor  in Seattle
“The work we will do together is part of a larger social justice framework that seeks collective healing and empowerment. When working together, I am especially sensitive to how oppression (racism, sexism, colonialism, transphobia, heterosexism, ageism, classism, ableism, etc.) can impact mental health and identity. The most important goal I have for my clients is to create a safe space to be and talk.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1835
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
Progressive Family Services, LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I have five years experience as a couple and family therapist and am dedicated to creating a collaborative atmosphere of honesty and compassion. My goal is to support people in gaining awareness about themselves, their emotions, and their relationships in order to meet their desired goals for positive and lasting change. I approach my work with warmth, humor, and straight-forward reflection. I believe the most productive therapeutic setting is tailored specifically to each client's needs and preferences. Some of the therapeutic styles I draw upon include: Systems, Mindfulness, Emotionally-Focused, Psycho-Education, Gottman, and Narrative therapies.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 538-2889
Seattle, Washington 98115
Brian Pendergast, Counselor  in Seattle
“My practice is geared towards working through issues related to emotional/relational violence and trauma caused by abuse (physical, sexual, emotional). I also work with clients who have found themselves depressed and/or anxious due to some of these problems in their history. I believe in helping you find new ways of relating to yourself and others that foster wholeness, peace and honesty. My approach is couched in a mixture of kindness and truth, the goal being for you to see yourself more clearly with a greater sense of love and esteem, leading to increased contentment in life and relationships.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 655-2317
Seattle, Washington 98109
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
Shannon McFarlin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“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 explore issues interfering with your happiness, relationships, or feeling good about yourself. I love being a therapist because it is a privilege to sit with you through challenging times, to hear your stories, to be part of your healing process, and to witness you coming out the other side stronger, wiser and happier.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1767
Seattle, Washington 98109
Kimberly K Peterson, Counselor  in Seattle
“Relationship issues? Dissatisfied with your current work situation? Feeling like you are 'just getting by'? Wondering how to get on track? We will use a Buddhist/Existential approach to help create life patterns that work for you instead of against you. Schedule a free initial consult so we can better understand what you can do to start feeling whole, content & fully alive today. Visit my website for more information. Remember, you were born with a unique purpose- if you don't feel you are living this purpose, let's talk.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 397-0451
Seattle, Washington 98101
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
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. It's time for things to not feel like such a struggle. Whatever your situation, I'm confident we can work together on what is important to you. My approach is Mindfulness Based, which research shows to be effective in helping people with a wide variety of issues.
Thinking Disorders
(425) 312-6195
Seattle, Washington 98103
Stefani L Shaffer, Counselor  in Seattle
“Relationships deeply form us and often, the roots of our unrest are discovered in how we relate to ourselves and others. Within the therapeutic relationship I will seek to develop a relationship that unfolds the ways you relate to yourself and other The hope is for us to be open, real and vulnerable to the effects that humans have on us, including the human that is sitting across from us. Relational psychotherapy offers presence rather than analysis, empathy rather than sympathy, and the face of another human being, rather than the face of a detached professional.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 801-0612
Seattle, Washington 98103
Katie Burns, Counselor  in Seattle
“I utilize a strength-based, collaborative approach. Because trust is an important component of therapy, I aims to provide a safe, confidential space to explore thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. Together, we will work to build new skills and coping strategies while exploring underlying contributors to your current challenge.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 557-6952
Seattle, Washington 98115
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
Barbara Grote, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Across from Swedish Hospital, 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
Susan Hager-Smith, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have a practice of individual counseling open to people of all ages who wish to address depression, anxiety, separation or divorce, other relationship issues, identity, work, career issues, aging, stress, grief and loss. I have taken continuing education in gambling addiction.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 866-0472
Seattle, Washington 98107
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
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
Jennifer Lee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CMHS
“I use individual and family therapy to help children, adolescents and adults cope with the effects of trauma and transitions. Issues addressed include: healing from abuse, divorce, school difficulties, domestic violence, behavioral problems, anxiety, depression, self esteem, body image, support for coping with chronic illness and more. I work to provide my clients with a safe and comfortable space to talk as well as to provide them with tools to help get through difficult times and situations.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 343-1613
Seattle, Washington 98115
Anthony Baker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSWA
“I am a psychotherapist who enjoys working with Individuals as well as Families and Caregivers at my practice in Seattle, which is located in the heart of Capitol Hill. I have years experience working with a broad spectrum of clients and issues. In my practice I provide you a non-judgmental environment for you to deal with your concerns. I utilize evidence-based techniques tailored to your specific needs and an adaptable treatment strategy based on your personal progress in therapy. Together we will find out what is working for you and against you in your life.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 981-5308
Seattle, Washington 98102

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