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Therapists in Spokane Valley

Marilyn Marshall, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“I believe sometimes all we need is for someone to listen to us without judging to help find answers. In my office, the client is completely involved in determining the course of therapy. You can expect an initial session to be of gathering personal history, health history, and family of origin history. We will work together to see if we can begin to identify the problem and what you might want to do about the problem. We try to establish how we will know when this has been accomplished, how often to meet, as well as any arrangements for payment.
(509) 731-4914
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Heather Hamilton, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“With compassion, grace, enthusiasm, and humor, I will work with you to address challenges you feel are impacting your happiness, and relationships with others. I am Solution Oriented and together we will focus on developing insight, and look for practical approaches to help you achieve your goals. Once I understand the scope of your needs, I will provide you with choices as to the best-practices endorsed for your situation, as well as a realistic expectation of the course and duration of therapy (treatment plan).
(360) 746-2024
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Mary Borgman, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“I provide counseling for individuals, children, adolescents, and families in a supportive and calm environment. Everyone goes through life's challenges, grief, trauma, and stress in different ways. At Family Essentials Counseling I use art, sand tray and play therapy techniques in addition to traditional verbal processing techniques to help adults and children express their feelings in the way they are most comfortable. This allows us to begin the process of healing and growth. I have experience working with abused and neglected children, families in crisis, victims of domestic violence, individual and family counseling, parenting education, and international social work.
(509) 778-4138
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Juliann K Haffey, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“I treat children, adolescents and adults. I provide counseling to individuals, couples and families. My most common method of treatment is cognitive behavioral therapy. I provide assistance to those struggling with anxiety, depression, anger, sadness or grief, adjustment issues, relationship issues, problem-solving skills, and life skills. I also specialize in parent/child attachment and bonding. Please contact me at 509.385.0292 or by the number listed below. You can also reach me by email at jhaffey@mmwhite.com
(509) 731-4916
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Debbie Briggs, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spokane Valley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“I am certified in Marriage and Family Therapy. My experience includes working with individuals, couples and families in both private and home-based settings. I work with individuals as they have struggled, overcome and coped with grief and loss, anxiety, depression, trauma, sexual abuse, relationship conflict and other distressing circumstances resulting in troubled mental health. I specialize in helping individuals, couples and families to create healthy, functional relationships and lives that flourish. I operate from a family systems base which focuses on treating the entire family, strengthening the family system, meeting individual needs and discovering hope for the future.
(509) 228-8537
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Lisa F Parker, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“If you are struggling with substance use, relationship issues, consequences of choices or just need an outside perspective on a situation, I want to help you find your way toward a happier, healthier life! I believe that every person has the ability to improve their lives. I feel honored to be able to walk beside you as you discover the answer to your struggles.
(509) 240-8715
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Susan Van Wormer, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“Ms. Van Wormer is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor; she is currently accepting new patients. Ms. Van Wormer provides psychotherapy to individuals, families, and couples in a safe and therapeutic environment. Her therapeutic approach is heavily influenced by Feminist Theory, the basic tenets of which are: egalitarian relationships, empowerment and independence, a focus on strengths over weaknesses, acceptance and validation, and absence of pathology.
(509) 631-9523
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Steffie Genevieve, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane Valley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, SAP
“I am continually in awe of the healing power of the therapeutic relationship. Good therapy recognizes that we are greater than the problem believing people grow, heal, and transform. Change occurs when we experience grace through awareness of self, challenging old beliefs, learning new skills, and letting go of pain. My task and privilege is to assist you in the process. So to that end I will work with you in a collaborative way in a human to human connection to provide the foundation for change. I take a holistic approach viewing the body, mind, and spirit as interrelated.
(509) 774-2568
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Mary M Murphy, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“I have spent 15 years helping people move from what I call "Surviving to Thriving". I can help you, your relationship, or your family move there also. This process; dealing with the fears, the feelings of helplessness and hopelessness, the anger as we sometimes are forced into life changes we have no control over can, quite simply, overwhelm us. A deeply caring therapist, with the knowledge, experience, patience, and courage to help us along our life's path can be extraordinarily helpful.
(509) 730-5997
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Marjie L Roddick, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“I specialize in helping individuals who have been violated in their relationships move from silence and victimization to surviving and thriving. Violating relationships can include verbal, physical, emotional, sexual, spiritual, or financial mistreatment of another person. Experiencing violence directly (it happened to you) or indirectly (it happened to someone you know) can lead to feeling anxious, depressed, confused, or angry and can interfere with day to day activities involving friendships, work, and personal self-care. I can help you explore these concerns while emphasizing strengths you have that can lead to change. People willing to risk even small changes often have positive outcomes in counseling.
(208) 647-3253
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Maggie Inge, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“My experience includes working with individuals, children/ adolescents and families in private practice, agency and home-based settings. I work with individuals and families as they have had difficulties, managed and overcome anxiety, depression, trauma, loss, relationship conflict, anger, self harm behaviors and other distressing circumstances resulting in troubled mental health and well-being. I strive to help clients and families to create healthy, functional relationships and positive changes to improve their current experiences.
(509) 240-1231
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Kimberly L Cole, Psychologist  in Spokane Valley
“Dr. Kimberly Cole is the founder of Briar Rose Center and a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. She is a Certified EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) Therapist. She has been in an independent practice in the Spokane-Seattle areas since January 2007. Her areas of expertise includes Complex Trauma (DID), PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Phobias, Panic Attacks, Grief-Loss, Sexual Orientation, Self-Care, Effective Communication, Problem Solving, Substance Abuse, Consultation, and Stress Management. Dr. Cole focuses on empowerment and independence; enhancement of strengths rather than a focus on weaknesses; lack of emphasis on pathology and victim blaming; and the importance of psycho-education.
(509) 978-0863
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Judy Howenstine, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spokane Valley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Feeling empty, overwhelmed, or disconnected? My expertise is in providing unique treatment plans that meet the concerns of each of my clients. I have a down to earth, practical, and wholistic approach that draws from 30 years of training and experience with individuals, couples and families. I specialize in working with anxiety and panic attacks as well as stressors in the body, in relationships, or at work. I work with grief/loss, rebuilding trust in self and connection to life, and issues of low self-esteem and co-dependency. Effective communication techniques and self-empowerment are core to my practice.
(509) 774-4288
Spokane Valley, Washington 99212
Elizabeth Campbell, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“Something is getting in the way of resolution and growth in your life or the life of someone you care about. You need someone to hear your struggles and support you to reach beyond the difficulties you face. You want help that is personalized to meet your specific needs. You are looking for someone to aid in illuminating your struggles or re-framing issues so you can choose a better course of action or behavior. I have nearly 15 years experience working with more than 1,000 individuals and families to do just that!
(509) 426-3845
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Dave Perry, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“It's been said, "The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it's the same problem you had to deal with last year." -- John Foster Dulles -- Change is a difficult process. Wanting to change on one hand, knowing we need to change, but also desperately holding on to old thought processes and behaviors on the other hand. I view my role as a counselor as an agent of change, helping clients find the courage to overcome their fears and the knowledge and skills to be able to sustain them.
(509) 563-7033
Spokane Valley, Washington 99212
Melissa Gray, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“I believe we all have the capacity to live fulfilling lives, but sometimes we become overwhelmed and don't know in which direction to move. I use a practical, solution focused approach to help you identify and achieve your goals.
(509) 774-2169
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Gary Garvin, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“I am a Liscensed Mental Health Counselor with 23 years experience working with individuals, couples and families.I approach therapy from a whole person perspective to encourage mind, body, and spiritual health. My theraputic orientations are Cognitive-Behavioral, Psycho-Educational, and Solution Focussed.
(509) 730-5909
Spokane Valley, Washington 99212
Holger Caban, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spokane Valley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I have been a marriage, family, child and EAP therapist for over 30 years. Born and raised in Germany, I received MFT training in Canada and the US, and have been practicing in Spokane, WA, for over 15 years. In addition to marriage/relationship issues, I frequently work with clients presenting with depression, anxiety, and ADHD (adults and children). In my approach to therapy, I do not necessarily follow a particular theoretical orientation, but rather attempt to apply my knowledge of many different theories, as well as the latest in clinical and medical research, to meet my clients' needs.
(509) 731-4923
Office is near:
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206
Shawn Christine Horn, Psychologist  in Spokane Valley
“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
Office is near:
Spokane Valley, Washington 99016
Melinda Stafford, Counselor  in Spokane Valley
“I work with older adolescents and adults who are seeking help with past traumatic events such as sexual assaults, car accidents, medical trauma, relationship traumas,life threatening diagnoses, major life changes. Also clients who may suffer from anxiety disorders or panic. I also have an interest in working with clients who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered and issues surrounding orientation and gender.
(509) 795-0065
Office is near:
Spokane Valley, Washington 99206

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