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Therapists in Spokane

Lisa Estelle, Psychologist  in Spokane
“Our culture becomes more complex and chaotic over time and often results in stress, anxiety, depression, isolation and confusion. We often experience limited opportunity to be still and listen to ourselves. Our "symptoms" are often communication of the experience of our deeper selves in pain. Healing requires looking into our hearts and expanding our awareness of who are, both within ourselves as individuals and within our relationships. I offer a compassionate, safe, and hopeful place to reflect, and to seek help and healing. I am committed to providing effective, genuine, and meaningful help to adults, children, teens, and families
(509) 774-3980 x1
Spokane, Washington 99218
Stephanie W Kuffel, Psychologist  in Spokane
“It takes courage to seek help and examine yourself, and finding the therapist that matches your style and needs is an important part of that process. My style is warm, active, and I will help you to challenge yourself in a safe and supportive environment. Humor also is important to me, so be prepared to incorporate some levity during our meetings as well.
(509) 778-4444
Spokane, Washington 99204
Cheryl M Rohrig, Counselor  in Spokane
“I am passionate about helping people feel better about themselves and their lives, healing past traumas and creating a life worth living. I work with individuals (adolescents and adults), couples, and families.
(509) 941-2914
Spokane, Washington 99203
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
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
Deborah L McManus, Counselor  in Spokane
“As an interactive, solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, and 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.
(509) 426-3916
Spokane, Washington 99203
Allison Morgan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA, LMHCA
“TO SCHEDULE A FREE 30 MINUTE FACE-TO-FACE CONSULTATION, PLEASE CALL ME AT (509) 774-2838. Marriage and Family Therapy is a specialty. I love working with couples and families of all types. I also enjoy working with individuals, including teenagers, and utilize a systemic-factor within individual counseling (basically, how does your family, and other relationships affect what concerns you today?) As each person is unique, so should be your counseling experience. I utilize various forms of counseling styles to best suit you during our time together. My theoretical orientation is grounded in Reality Therapy, Experiential, and Attachment.
(509) 774-2838
Spokane, Washington 99201
Tory S Daniewicz, Counselor  in Spokane
“If you are looking to make changes, or to improve certain areas of your life (relationships, self esteem, family), counseling is a great way to get started. I have worked with a variety of people with varying concerns, but feel that I am particularly experienced in working with those who are struggling with depression, anxiety, or trauma, are attempting to improve interpersonal relationships, or identify solutions. I enjoy working with children, teens, college students, women, and families. I highly value the counseling relationship and feel it is a place of respect, acceptance, and compassion.
(509) 240-8709
Spokane, Washington 99218
Zita L Nickeson, Counselor  in Spokane
“I provide caring, compassionate & open-minded counseling to individuals, couples & families; specializing in relational/marital counseling, Sex Therapy, LGBTQ issues & adolescent/family communication. Counseling can be a difficult process & my goal is to help you through that process in the most comfortable & successful way. I pride myself on creating & maintaining an open, honest & non-judgemental environment, allowing & supporting personal growth in all areas of your life. I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in WA & a Nationally Accredited Board Certified Sex Therapy Candidate. Therapy is a good investment in an improved sense of self & life & I welcome you to visit my website to learn more.
(509) 850-0941
Spokane, Washington 99201
Sally Sederstrom, Counselor  in Spokane
“My passion is to ensure that all people have the resources they need to live happy, healthy and productive lives. I've worked with people who have survived experiences such as trauma, sexual abuse, domestic violence and neglect. Many with whom I've worked have turned their challenges into opportunities for personal growth.
(509) 563-4804
Spokane, Washington 99203
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
Peter D Endyke, Psychologist  in Spokane
“Hello and Welcome to my practice! I am very interested in Christian Counseling. I treat mostly Christians with depression, anxiety, stress, anger, relationship and spiritual issues. I also treat children and adolescents with behavioral and emotional problems. I am an elder at Cornerstone Community Church and am on the referral list of several local Churches including Life Center.My other area of interest is military psychology and trauma. I am a certified traumatologist and EMDR specialist. I am a USAF Veteran.
(509) 740-3677
Spokane, Washington 99208
George Winborn Morrison, Counselor  in Spokane
“I focus on working with people who want to change their behavior to get better results, to get more of what they want and less of what they don't want. That ususally involves changing thinking, dispensing with irrational beliefs, and learning how to let others know what your needs are. You will find me a person-centered and non-confrontational therapist. You want to have better consequences in your life, and my job is to help you find them.
(509) 774-2339
Spokane, Washington 99203
Debra Brown, Psychologist  in Spokane
“We all face various challenges throughout our lifespans. I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families in finding effective ways to cope with life. As a cognitive behavioral psychologist, I help my clients seek solutions and tools they can take away with them to utilize in their busy worlds.
(509) 242-2200
Spokane, Washington 99201
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
Tina Weaver, Counselor  in Spokane
“I am a licensed mental health counselor, and have enjoyed doing this work for twelve years. I am extensively trained in object relations, attachment, Circle of Security, and EMDR. I value each person I see as an individual with unique history, needs, and approach to life. I don't feel that it is ever my job to tell you what to do in your life. It is my job to help you discover what is blocking you from living life the way you want to live it, and then help you to clear those blocks out of the way.
(509) 774-2556
Spokane, Washington 99204
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
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
Beth deViveiros, Counselor  in Spokane
“Compassion. Empathy. Humor. Life Experience. Hope. At the heart of my practice is the desire to support people as they move on their journey toward healing and wellness. Are you feeling unhappy & overwhelmed, & stuck? I help people organize feelings, enhance self understanding and promote supportive thinking. I am in awe of the human spirit and our ability to cope and adapt to what "Life" brings our way. I celebrate love and diversity, self determination and support freedom of expression and thought. I am strength based, solution focused and I believe that people already possess the qualities necessary for change.
(509) 774-5119
Spokane, Washington 99204
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
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