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Therapists in Spokane

Dalene Loder, Counselor  in Spokane
“I have been practicing for over 15 years in both private and home-based settings. Special training and experience include play therapy with children and adolescents as well as expressive arts therapy with children, adolescents and adults. I also have training and experience in domestic violence victim empowerment, co-dependence issues, depression and anxiety counseling, grief counseling, PTSD, couples counseling, child mental health disorders, attachment disorders and reparation and family counseling.
(509) 774-5058
Spokane, Washington 99206
Rebecca Rudd, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMHC, LMFT
“Has depression or anxiety taken over your life? Having relationship issues? Has your marriage been overwhelming or underwhelming? Has communication within your family turned into chaos? Counseling can be instrumental in getting you and/or your family back on track. I am specifically trained in marriage and family therapy and have worked with couples and families for over nine years. As a family therapist, I believe that no person operates in isolation. You are impacted by your surroundings - family, work, friends, religious beliefs, culture etc. When a therapist takes these elements into consideration clients experience renewed growth and optimism on multiple levels.
(509) 563-3765
Spokane, Washington 99201
Jana Ross, Counselor  in Spokane
“Are you concerned about your relationships, how you react toward others, and that your feelings will not change? When I sought counseling years ago, I discovered skills and resources that allowed me to thrive where I once barely survived. I became a counselor so that I could share hope with you and introduce you to skills and resources that are uniquely suited for you. Effective counseling requires you to take the time and energy to practice new skills and ponder new thinking patterns. However, I am confident that your willingness to move forward can make lasting changes in your life.
(509) 492-3639
Spokane, Washington 99201
Polly Thosath Carlson, Counselor  in Spokane
“I strive to provide a place where you can experience and explore deeper aspects of your being, places that may feel chaotic, lonely, or just plain scary. Learning to listen to your own inner chatter provides a window into your ultimate intentions and an opportunity to correct your life course.
(509) 822-6834
Spokane, Washington 99204
Heart to Heart Counseling and Coaching, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane
“At Heart to Heart Counseling all insurance is billed for you and a sliding scale is available if needed. Our group of licensed mental health and relationship specialists are highly trained, experienced and skilled in treating adults, children, couples and families in all areas including anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, PTSD, abuse, molestation, abandonment, personality problems, addictions, and more serious mental health issues. Individual and group sessions are available. With thousands of hours of experience we help to end conflict, chaos, or simply feeling overwhelmed We offer safe, understanding, confidential, non-judgmental help. Visit us at www.heartheart.org.
(509) 774-2101
Spokane, Washington 99204
Lori Eastep, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I partner with individuals and families in their healing process to uncover true potential and discover a life worth celebrating. While we cannot change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. I view people as experts in their own lives and am honored to walk with those seeking help through paths of trauma, grief, discovery, healing and restoration.
(509) 424-5081
Spokane, Washington 99201
Heather Stiles, Counselor  in Spokane
“Looking for increased energy, motivation, happiness? My approach focuses on understanding and knowing you and your strengths, allowing you to reach your personal goals. Spokane Serenity Solutions provides one of the most unique treatment options available, R.E.S.T. Therapy. Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique or Floatation Therapy uses a float tank to allow you the experience of being fully present. Learning the art of true relaxation has immense health benefits and can enable you to bring bliss to daily life. The floatation experience in combination with traditional therapy allows you achieve your highest goals physically, emotionally, mentally and/or spiritually.
(509) 774-3339
Spokane, Washington 99223
Joelle Czirr, Counselor  in Spokane
“There are times in our life when we say, "this is just not how I pictured it." We feel stuck. The things we have done in the past to help don't seem to work. When we hit these points in our life, I strongly believe that each of us can benefit from a third-party perspective; someone to talk to that isn't biased; someone who will support us without judgment.
(509) 643-4138
Spokane, Washington 99201
Mary Gentile, Psychologist  in Spokane
“Are you stuck in a pattern that is not working for you? Having difficulty releasing the anger, shame and secrets that make you feel unworthy? I believe there is a path towards wholeness. Sometimes there is a need to dig deep to find a sense of self and live more fully. Stop blocking life's possibilities by focusing on the bitter side of life. Let me help you break free of these patterns so that you can listen and recognize where you are being pulled towards to fulfill your heart's desires.
(509) 487-6337
Spokane, Washington 99223
Stacie J Webb, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I understand that seeking out a therapist can be a difficult and sometimes overwhelming task and I congratulate you on taking the first steps. I believe that the perfect formula for healing and change is a place where compassion, safety and connection are present. This is what I strive to offer my clients. I recognize that each person is a unique individual and I take this into consideration when discussing needs, goals and interventions. My commitment to you is to provide creative, compassionate and effective therapy
(509) 878-3121
Spokane, Washington 99218
Sarah Leverett, Counselor  in Spokane
“I have the education, personal experience and compassion to help clients deal with difficult personal and family issues. I enjoy working with individuals, couples and families, life experiences have given me the empathy needed to be a trusted psychotherapist. I work with children, teens, couples, struggling and divorcing families, grief issues, PTSD, relationships and sexuality concerns. I am a provider for military families dealing with deployment and frequent separation and a volunteer Wounded Warrior Project. I have been a business woman, teacher, school counselor, university professor and mother for over 40 years, and I understand how challenging life can be!
(509) 987-5919
Spokane, Washington 99201
Robi A Fairbanks, Counselor  in Spokane
“There are a variety of reasons a person chooses to come to counseling from needing support in making important life decisions to deep emotional pain. Getting help is a big step. Entering into a counseling relationship can be overwhelming, but with a lifetime of people helping experience, Robi provides a nonthreatening environment for processing issues. She draws from a variety of methods seeking to use what fits a person's unique needs. She utilizes emotion coaching to promote integration of head and heart. She has a growth perspective and wants to help people move toward their goals in life.
(509) 977-4095
Spokane, Washington 99218
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, NCC, LMHC, CMHS, RRT
“Offering professional consulting and mental health counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, couples & families. My therapeutic approach is founded on building a strong therapeutic alliance, drawing on integrated techniques and relying on Existential, Adlerian, Gestalt, Experiential and Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) interventions. Identifying existential meaning (what matters most) is the key to creating relevant therapeutic goals, and success in counseling is achieved through a combination of greater awareness, increasing emotional understanding and making active choices to develop mastery (consistently setting and reaching relevant goals) over compensation (seeking distraction/avoidance, stagnation).
(509) 779-2838
Spokane, Washington 99202
Justin Tillery, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFTA
“If you are reading this, I would imagine you are going through a difficult situation in your life or you have a nagging sense that things could be better than they are. Perhaps you and a loved one feel disconnected and are concerned for the future of your relationship... Maybe you have been through a traumatic experience that has left you feeling shattered and you have no idea how to put the pieces of your life back together... Perhaps you simply can't remember the last time you experienced joy and you want to enjoy life again...
(509) 774-3973
Spokane, Washington 99201
David A. Myers, Psychologist  in Spokane
“I believe I must listen carefully to your story and arrive at an understanding of your unique circumstances in order to assist you on your therapeutic journey. If I can earn your trust, we can work together to affect those problems, anxieties, fears, oppressive moods, and unproductive patterns of thinking which have become your seeming nemesis.
(509) 956-4480
Spokane, Washington 99202
Shawn Christine Horn, Psychologist  in Spokane
“I believe change is possible and that every client comes with strengths to be built upon. My approach is warm, accepting, validating and supportively challenging. During our first session, I will gather information regarding your specific situation, and then together we will develop a treatment plan that will give us direction and focus for your specific goals. I will understand your need to be known and at the same time, your need for change. I utilize a unique variety and blend of clinical modalities and psycho-educational skills. With Children, I utilize attachment theory and Parent Training.
(509) 535-2045
Spokane, Washington 99202
Elizabeth Daniels, Counselor  in Spokane
“Have you imagined a better life for yourself, but found that it eludes you? Are you fighting at home, finding it difficult to get organized or feeling angry, stressed, depressed or hopeless? There is a solution to every problem. I am a compassionate, down-to-earth person offering psychotherapy to both individuals and couples and am committed to helping you reach your greatest satisfaction in life. I also teach an 8-hour anger management class and have taught psychology at the college level for seven years.
(253) 327-9855
Spokane, Washington 99218
Tiffany M Kelly, Counselor  in Spokane
“I am dedicated to meeting your needs, building on preexisting strengths and achieving personal growth through our counseling relationship. I have experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families with a variety of mental health concerns. Some of my areas of specialization include anxiety work, behavioral issues, trauma and abuse work, grief and loss, depression, and positive parenting. I have specialized training in multiple Evidenced Based Practices and employ these models to fit your specific needs and goals for counseling.
(509) 774-2994
Spokane, Washington 99223
Kym LeAnn Miller, Counselor  in Spokane
“Do you struggle with feelings of worthlessness or insignificance that make you feel 'invisible' at times? Or maybe you just know that something has to 'give' before your kids, parents, significant other, job, school -- you name it -- drive you insane! My calling and commitment to you as a counselor is to hear you, SEE you, and walk with you through whatever difficulties you may be facing. You don't have to suffer alone or 'figure it out' on your own anymore ... help is just a phone call away.
(509) 295-6217 x254
Spokane, Washington 99201
Kristin Sims-Cutler, Psychologist  in Spokane
“I work with children, adolescent, adults, and families on a variety of issues that interfere with optimal functioning and quality of life. I specialize in the treatment of OCD, depression, anxiety, and related disorders using a cognitive behavioral approach to therapy (CBT). I also specialize in testing for learning, behavioral, and emotional disorders. Early in my career I was trained in the treatment of substance abuse disorders and domestic violence issues, and I incorporate past trainings and experience into my current practice. I work to establish a therapeutic relationship with clients to optimize the success of therapy.
(509) 591-9188
Spokane, Washington 99205
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