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Therapists in Spokane

Pamela S. Ridgway, Psychologist  in Spokane
“Most individuals consider therapy because they are ultimately seeking positive change in their lives. They may be contemplating a major life decision, dealing with intense emotional pain, or perhaps feeling that their life is completely out of control. As a licensed clinical psychologist, I provide a safe and accepting environment where clients find relief from emotional distress. You and I will work together to clarify your goals, identify your strengths, and develop a treatment plan tailored to your specific needs.
(509) 731-4990
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
Diane Thompson, Counselor  in Spokane
“Do you feel your life could be happier? It is possible to achieve happier relationships with your spouse, significant other, family, co-workers, friends, etc. I can assist you with many of life's challenges - trauma, anxiety and depression, parenting, adoption support, relationships, behavioral concerns, grief and loss, and more.
(509) 774-5005
Spokane, Washington 99201
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
Rachel Marrazzo, Counselor  in Spokane
“Whether you are a parent dealing with child who is acting out or an individual suffering from depression or anxiety I believe I can partner with you to find answers. I work closely with with children, adolescents and families to help them figure out how to lead happy healthier lives. Life is hard and sometimes you just need someone there to come along side you and help you get back on your feet. I believe in a person centered approach to counseling that is focused and driven by the individual needs of each client.
(509) 774-5787
Spokane, Washington 99201
Kristina T Strong, Counselor  in Spokane
“I am here to help you build your confidence in coping with stress, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, negative thinking and emotions. If you do not believe that you can cope with stress, you may have difficulty creating change in your life. I can offer you the tools and support you need to get through troubled times. I believe that improving self-efficacy is the underlying focus of therapy. My goal as your therapist is to help you build confidence in your ability to manage whatever stress/problem that comes your way. I look forward to working with you.
(509) 790-0038
Spokane, Washington 99207
Deanette Palmer, Psychologist  in Spokane
“I am a licensed psychologist, working for the past 30 years with adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Additionally, I have worked with law enforcement for the past 25 years, providing both critical incident services and individual and family therapy to officers and their dependents. I treat depression, anxiety and trauma, as well as developmental and transitional issues of life.
(509) 774-2289
Spokane, Washington 99204
Heart to Heart Counseling and Coaching, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane
“Insurance is billed for you and a sliding scale is available. Heart to Heart Counseling is a professional group of licensed mental health and relationship specialists. These professional counselors are highly 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-judgemental help. Visit us at www.heartheart.org.
(509) 774-2101
Spokane, Washington 99204
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
“Are you concerned with a personal issue, overwhelmed by stress or worries, burdened by depression or anxiety? Are you trying to deal with a traumatic event in your life, past sexual abuse or emotional abuse? Are you struggling with family or relationship conflicts? Everyone encounters situations when one feels lost, unable to cope, or needs support and guidance. If you're looking for relief from pain; compassionate, nonjudgmental support and guidance; hope for improvement; and lasting change, counseling can help! Research shows that therapy can lead to increased happiness, productive coping mechanisms, fulfilling relationships and improved physical health.
(509) 424-5180
Spokane, Washington 99201
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 and Courage Beyond therapist. I have been a business woman, teacher, school counselor, university professor, mother and step-mother for over 40 years, and understand how challenging life can be!
(509) 987-5919
Spokane, Washington 99201
Heather Henriksen, Counselor  in Spokane
“Are you at a point where you are stuck or are struggling? Are there times you feel alone, anxious, or overwhelmed? For most of us, we get along fairly well in life and then suffer a time when we could use some help or encouragment. I have treated a wide range of issues and most enjoy working with people going through life transitions and those who desire a deeper understanding of their identity. In other words, why we do the things we do.
(509) 424-5026
Spokane, Washington 99201
Spokane Therapist, Treatment Facility  in Spokane
“We understand that sometimes life changes, and it's hard to deal with the obstacles in our way. Whether you have family and friend trying to help, or you're going at it alone, it's still a difficult place to be, and sometimes it can feel hopeless. We don't want you to go another day trying to sort out the struggles on your own, we'd like to help.
(509) 284-4232
Spokane, Washington 99201
Excelsior Youth Center, Treatment Facility  in Spokane
“Excelsior Youth Center is a nonprofit, private agency, located in north Spokane, Washington. For over 30 years we have provided comprehensive behavioral health services (mental health & substance use services) to youth (males and females ages 10-21) and their families through several programs, both inpatient and outpatient. In an effort to serve the whole person, not just a presenting problem, we provide a holistic approach offering specialized services to all individuals, regardless of the program. Multidisciplinary and dual-licensed teams across all programs are combined weekly to consult and ensure they are providing the best possible psychiatric, mental health and substance use services. Individuals experiencing co-occurring issues (any combination of two or more mental health and substance use issues) will find specialists in many fields are available in all programs. Excelsior Youth Center maintains a 55,000 square foot facility and a thirty-four acre site with several outdoor courtyards, sports fields, gardens, recreation courts, swimming pool, gymnasium, hiking trails and more. An onsite medical department and fully accredited Junior and Senior High School ensure the medical and educational needs of residents are met. Please visit our website to learn more about our programs and services. www.excelsioryouthcenter.com
(509) 740-3561
Spokane, Washington 99208
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
Curtis Mulder, Counselor  in Spokane
“Are you feeling down? Have you noticed yourself being irritable or anxious for reasons you can't fully explain? You might be like most of my clients - a normally well adjusted, intelligent person, struggling with anxiety or depression. For people like you, counseling really works. If you try counseling, you will know if its working within the first 3-5 sessions. Some people need just a handful of sessions to get back to their old selves, others choose to stay involved to deepen their growth. Whichever you choose is up to you, but taking the first step is most important.
(509) 731-4967
Spokane, Washington 99218
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
Tiffany Husein,   in Spokane
“Life can bring many stresses and large amounts of distress to our lives that can take a toll on our physical and psychological health. Whether it be trying to make a marriage work, caring for young children or aging parents, troubled teenagers, behavioral problems, addictions, divorce, death, chronic illness, loneliness, or other concerns. Even daily stressors you think you can handle on your own can be overwhelming, throw your life out of balance, and result in depression, anxiety, or other conflict. Often, despite your best efforts to overcome challenges on your own, you may need someone with special skills, training, and experience to help you.
(509) 203-7942
Spokane, Washington 99206
Marybeth Markham, Counselor  in Spokane
“Whether you are struggling with a particular issue, or just can't shake the feeling that there should be more to life,  I can help. I have a strong commitment to making treatment accessible to children, families, and adults seeking to improve their functioning and relationships. This includes offering an inviting, safe, affordable, and confidential setting to do the healing work and growth my clients desire. With compassion and understanding, I work with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing. I am available for evening and weekend appointments.
(509) 774-5159
Spokane, Washington 99204
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