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Pastoral Counselor Therapists in Seattle

Ronald D Kirstein, Pastoral Counselor  in Seattle
“Relationships: Guiding individuals, couples and families who want to improve communication skills and develop healthier, more respectful relationships. Individuals: Helping people with the experience of divorce, loss, change of vocation, anger management, depression and anxiety.
Pastoral Counselor
(206) 866-0469 x354
Seattle, Washington 98115
Shirley Lytle, Pastoral Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Pastoral Counselor, MA, LMHC, MHP
“I help individuals, couples and families deal with the tension that comes with life transitions. My approach integrates counseling and spirituality. It encourages hope and empowerment to the lost, lonely, and left out, allowing them to move to a place of wholeness and healing. Working with a wide spectrum of cultural and religious backgrounds, I have the ability to meet people where they are at in their journey. Over the past 20 years, I have provided pre-marital and couples counseling through various relationship levels including marriage contemplation, pre-engagement, engaged and married.
Pastoral Counselor
(425) 341-1490
Seattle, Washington 98115
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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.
(206) 940-6732
Seattle, Washington 98104
Meg Kelly, Art Therapist  in Seattle
“There are times when a creative approach is the best way to access inner thoughts and express what you are feeling. I have seen art therapy help people manage grief, anxiety, depression, trauma, transition, and anger. I am trained as an art therapist and I incorporate creativity when it is appropriate and relevant to the therapeutic process. If you have tried talk therapy and have not found it to be helpful, then art therapy might be a great fit. Previous art experience is not a requirement, all you need is a willingness to try a creative approach to therapy.
(425) 654-2636
Seattle, Washington 98103
Janet K. Look, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Dr. Look provides individual, family and group psychotherapy for children, adolescents and adults. Sometimes, it is difficult to talk to our family or friends about our problems. Meeting with Dr. Janet can help you to assess the seriousness of a problem and the best way to cope with it. Dr. Look is trained in assessment and psychotherapeutic techniques that can help you to answer your questions and manage your problems. You will learn to develop an individualized plan based on your strengths for dealing with your personal, educational and occupational needs.
(206) 525-3210
Seattle, Washington 98105
Sarah R. Welton, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My work with adults typically focuses on issues of stress, depression, eating and sleeping issues, addictive behaviors, chronic pain, family conflict, marital problems, career/parenting decisions, unresolved grief issues, complications related to medical issues, and difficult life changes. When working with older children and adolescents, concerns commonly presented include behavioral and emotional challenges, attention deficits, self-esteem, anxiety, medical issues, substance use issues, adjustment reactions to divorce, death, dying, and grief. At the request of the client, I also provide consultation to teachers, physicians, other therapists, as well as the client, regarding treatment plans and results.
(206) 557-6133
Seattle, Washington 98103
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.
(253) 343-1613
Seattle, Washington 98115
Deanza J Spaulding, Counselor  in Seattle
“In a success driven society the demands on one's life can feel endless. Most people are experiencing the necessity to juggle several competing roles and responsibilities simultaneously. The human capacity to grow, expand, adapt and thrive is amazing and inspiring. However, there is no human on this earth who is perfect and not effected by prolonged states of stress & pressure. This pressure leads to depression, anxiety, disconnection, isolation and many other ailments. Compassion focused therapy is a central component to my therapeutic approach. Treatment incorporates empowering your voice to optimize your path towards healing. Change is within reach.
(206) 535-1756
Seattle, Washington 98115
Mary O'Leary, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with more than 20 years experience providing psychotherapy and consultation to adults, couples, teens/parents. My approach to therapy is warm and interactive, and I provide a skilled and supportive environment to help you find ways to better cope with the difficulties that bring you to therapy. I integrate evidence-based psychotherapies, my clinical expertise, and your unique characteristics and perspective - to make therapy effective. Throughout the process of therapy, I make a commitment to you to listen well and to lend you my hope, if yours is diminished by the difficulties of your life.
(206) 743-9943
Seattle, Washington 98121
Susan Parker, Counselor  in Seattle
“Feeling like there is nothing funny about what you're dealing with? Afraid that either you'll never be able to laugh again, or that if you do laugh others will not understand how scared you are right now? I get it. But in reality the research shows that the physical act of laughing actually allows you to more fully focus and release the pain. This is true of both emotional and physical pain. Let me show you how you can refocus and have the life you want using laughter and compassion with yourself, your spouse or your partner.
(206) 743-9942
Seattle, Washington 98103
Bella McCarthy May, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Women and adolescent girls have unique journeys in life. We face outside pressures from society, family and friends about how we should act, look or feel. Navigating through the images, messages and unspoken rules about what it means to be female can be challenging. I believe when we reach these challenging points it is powerful to reach out to someone who is outside your immediate circle. I would be honored to be that "outside" person. I will hold an empathic, sincere and nonjudgmental space so that you can cultivate your strengths and feel empowered to make any necessary changes.
(206) 569-6547
Seattle, Washington 98102
“My practice is oriented towards long-term insight-oriented psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and adults, sometimes including medication management as part of an overall treatment plan. I seek to provide non-critical, empathic, and respectful listening which will enable my patients to feel safe as we explore together the sources of their distress. As a person achieves greater self-understanding, greater self-acceptance and compassion towards oneself becomes possible, and this helps relieve suffering and affords greater personal freedom to become one's authentic self.
(206) 745-4453
Seattle, Washington 98112
Nicole Lincoln, Counselor  in Seattle
“At the heart of my approach to counseling and therapy is an intention to create a compassionate and nonjudgmental environment so that, together, we can safely address your concerns and facilitate the life changes that you desire and deserve. Life is an ever-evolving learning experience and my aim as a counselor is to help you to tap into your wisdom, creativity, and strengths to meet your current challenges and to restore balance and fulfillment. My practice is culturally inclusive.
(206) 535-1921
Seattle, Washington 98109
“I can help you feel happier & less stressed, improve your relationships, make work more balanced & rewarding, and manage your health issues. If your child struggles, I can help create systems at home & school to help him/her thrive. I offer individual and family therapy, and SMART groups. I've provided psychotherapy for 12 years, and trained at the UW (internship), UC Berkeley (PhD & MA), & Harvard (BA). I'm interactive, practical, and will tailor my approach to you. We'll sort issues, identify priorities, make plans, and achieve goals. I use effective, science-based techniques--teaching "tools" you can use to live with more ease and success.
(206) 329-1230
Seattle, Washington 98102
Hayley Tapp, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have a fairly straightforward approach to therapy. I work with people on issues of depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, substance abuse, existential issues, as well as help people plagued by impulsivity that wreaks havoc in their lives. My background also helps me in my work with the creative community, helping people to achieve a balance between their creativity and the choices they make in their lives.
(253) 214-9809
Seattle, Washington 98117
Susan M Valentine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LiCSW
“I have 17 yrs experience in the mental health field. Together, we will discuss, ask questions and come up with solutions to help you get back on track. I specialize in grief and loss, workplace issues, depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, mindfulness, transition, and relationship issues. I also have working experience with chemical dependency and families affected by the disease. Sometimes we lose ourselves in the issues that surround us. Let's work together to help you rediscover the life you lost. It is possible.
(253) 470-4169
Seattle, Washington 98119
Janis Pruitt-Hamm, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have had 40 years of counseling experience. Areas of focus have included: couples in conflict; communication and trust building in relationships, depression, anxiety, and mood disorders like bipolar illness.After several decades of counseling with thousands of people, I have learned to tailor my therapy to the unique needs and characteristics of each client or couple, utilizing theory and techniques from a number of therapeutic "approaches".
(866) 611-1614
Seattle, Washington 98115
Scot N Gibson, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I treat adults with general psychiatric and mental health issues, including some chemical dependency issues. I offer psychoanalysis, short-term and long-term psychotherapy, and medication management services. Please feel free to contact me to discuss setting up an appointment.
(206) 258-7561
Seattle, Washington 98112
Meghan Burt, Counselor  in Seattle
“The decision to pursue therapy is highly personal and often difficult. I acknowledge the courage it takes to begin this process. In my practice, I join with clients at their pace to explore the challenges they're facing. I have found that the therapeutic process has the potential to decrease isolation and bring a greater sense of wholeness and relational connection.
(206) 557-3824
Seattle, Washington 98125
Kristen Montague, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PsyD, LMFT
“My practice provides a variety of services to support each person I am working with to have better relationships with themselves and others. No one is designated as the "problem" in this work. Rather, each person commits to learning new skills which help to make all of the relationships in their lives richer and more successful.
(425) 212-1408
Seattle, Washington 98103
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