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Self-Harming Therapists in Tacoma
Cutting, Trichotillomania, Hair Pulling

“I believe that every person deserves the highest quality of care and that treatment decisions should be based on more than just opinion. I make an ongoing effort to keep up with the latest scientific research and offer only scientifically evaluated treatments, known as Evidence Based Practices (EBP). I place a high value on developing a warm, collaborative relationship between client and therapist and implementing EBPs in a way that honors the values and preferences of the client and family. I believe that well researched treatments provided by a skilled and engaging therapist will result in the most effective treatments.
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(253) 299-8298
Tacoma, Washington 98403
Sharmayne Arrington, Counselor  in Tacoma
“Women seeking healthier relationships and freedom from low self-esteem, past trauma and addictive tendencies are my specialty. I use an object-relations approach to create a safe and trusting space where you can show up with greater authenticity, reclaim disowned parts of yourself, and be free to make new choices around old habitual patterns. Choices that are fully conscious, regularly consistent, and rooted in compassion are what allows us to become active participants in our own joy. Ultimately, my goal is to help my clients feel safe & grounded so they may increase their capacity to give and receive love.
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(253) 397-9535
Tacoma, Washington 98403
Christina Harpster, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tacoma
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFTA
“There are times when we feel helpless and lost. One important part of therapy is realizing that we all struggle throughout life. Learning how to manage these struggles in life is a way to help yourself for whatever road that might lie ahead. I see myself as someone who walks along side my clients during the journey. My job during this process is to help clients find their life line and become grounded within themselves. The process can be hard and painful, but working with someone can make it much easier.
Self-Harming
(206) 496-0692
Tacoma, Washington 98402
Charlotte Malkmus, Counselor  in Tacoma
“I have over a decade of experience helping people in distress alleviate suffering. I work with adults and adolescents from all walks of life on such issues as anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship problems, family conflict, past abuse, and grief. Drawing on extensive training in mindfulness-awareness practices as well as the latest research in modern psychology, I use a highly individualized approach that is tailored to the unique circumstances of each person, couple or group.
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(253) 444-2118
Tacoma, Washington 98403
Lindsay Arbanas, Counselor  in Tacoma
“We all face adversities in life and depending on how we choose to overcome them helps determine whether we will. I work to empower you to get connected to what's most important in life, and to develop coping skills to make this happen. However, when we have to struggle to find support and comfort from our loved ones, life can become frustrating and hopeless. Personal, interpersonal development and couples therapy are special areas of interest. The initial goal is to stop whatever damage is being done and move on to creating strategies which will improve the overall relationship.
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(253) 271-4570
Tacoma, Washington 98406
Gullett Counseling, Counselor  in Tacoma
“We live our lives in varying depths of relationship. It is in relationship that we find our greatest sense of well being, and often our most profound vulnerability to pain and confusion. In the therapeutic relationship, we will work at shaping the future through understanding your past and address it in the here-and-now. Through this shaping we will begin to uncover your personal strengths, while exposing the dysfunctional patterns that keep most of us from becoming who we were intended to be.
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(253) 693-3267
Tacoma, Washington 98466
Jennifer Drake, Counselor  in Tacoma
“I strive to create an environment that encourages growth and healing. Issues such as anxiety, depression, grief/ loss, abuse, trauma, domestic violence, anger, relationship and identity crisis leave one feeling depressed and alone. Working closely with individuals, couples, and families, together we will face life's struggles. My experience as a family therapist has provided me with extensive opportunity to work with families and children in the foster care system, or those families at risk of children being removed from the home. Additionally, working as a mental health professional in hospital emergency rooms has provided hands on crisis intervention with individuals facing extreme emotional situations.
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(253) 252-5079
Tacoma, Washington 98465
Karis Wellness, Treatment Facility  in Tacoma
“Welcome to Karis Wellness, a counseling organization established to provide affordable counseling for adults and adolescents in the greater Tacoma area.The belief of Karis Wellness that it is through relationship healing comes. Chances are you're here looking for safe place to communicate your struggles; whether it is a death of a loved one or social isolation we are confident we can help. Our team is committed to connecting you to the right Master's Level Intern that can meet your needs.
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(253) 444-2873
Tacoma, Washington 98408
Ivey West, Counselor  in Tacoma
“I believe that all people have it in themselves to be happy no matter what their circumstances. However, many individuals are stuck in a loop of negative thinking and behavior. My job is to help clients break out of that loop and respond to life's challenges in new ways. Change is not easy, but together we can work to get your life to a better place.
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(253) 655-0947
Tacoma, Washington 98406
Ana Maria Sierra, Psychologist  in Tacoma
“If you or your child are suffering from anxiety, depression, or you are experiencing a significant life transition, such as divorce, adoption, or health crisis, I can help provide you with the skills to cope effectively and heal. My approach is wholistic, strengths-, evidence and practice-based starting where you are and helping you to release the story and symptoms so you can become balanced and more fully integrated. I use cognitive-behavioral and narrative techniques along with mindfulness and yogic practices. I support children, families, and adults face their challenges with renewed confidence and hope.
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(253) 686-5184
Tacoma, Washington 98402
Missa Braund-Allen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tacoma
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“As a person and a therapist, I believe that we all have a desire to move toward growth, connection, and balance. My approach to therapy with youth, individual adults, couples, and families is collaborative, strength-based, and is personalized to address your specific concerns and desired outcomes. I aim to help my clients declutter and unpack troublesome experiences, brainstorm solutions, and support each person in finding their own meaning and direction in life. Please feel free to call or email with questions or to arrange a free consultation.
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(253) 248-4563
Tacoma, Washington 98402
Alyssa Hagmann, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tacoma
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I offer a compassionate, collaborative approach to both everyday problems and complex mental health disorders. I believe in the fundamental strength and expertise of every client I work with. My role as the therapist is to help clients tap into their own gifts and learn to use and develop these strengths in new and powerful ways. I have experience treating issues related to depression, anxiety, life transitions, sexuality, relationships, grief, trauma, addiction, pregnancy, parenting, and more. I believe therapy is most effective when it is a collaborative process built on a trusting relationship, and I look forward to meeting you!
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(253) 292-9233
Tacoma, Washington 98403
Deanne Caron, Counselor  in Tacoma
“There are times when life can become overwhelming. Depression, anxiety, grief, loss, relationship problems, job related stress and other difficulties can cause many people to feel alone and unhappy. It is during these challenging times that therapy can be a wonderful means of support, insight, and help in finding new ways of dealing with old issues. I believe that the relationship between therapist and client is so important and for that reason, I am committed to providing a safe, confidential environment and will individualize my approach to helping you in order to meet your specific needs and goals.
Self-Harming
(253) 343-1297
Tacoma, Washington 98406
Colleen Young, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tacoma
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CMHS
“Therapy can be a revolutionary experience. Imagine changing the way you think about yourself, others, and the world around you. I see that as the most radical change a person can make. I specialize in working with women and girls who are struggling with how they see themselves, often times resulting in poor self esteem, body image struggles, eating disorders, relationship issues, and difficulties with boundaries or communicating their own needs. I am passionate about empowering women and girls to find their true voice. In addition to individual work, I also provide couples therapy to help you navigate your relationships.
Self-Harming
(253) 271-4321
Tacoma, Washington 98406
Bowie K. Sagle, Counselor  in Tacoma
“I create a dynamic and healing place for personal growth, productive communication and positive change. I have a diverse and experienced background in helping teenagers, adults, and couples through challenging times. You will gain tools you can use right away to begin making progress on the goals set in counseling. I have provided solution-focused therapy with results for my clients for 15 years. I additionally use cognitive-behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing techniques to facilitate insight and growth. This is a welcoming place for you to process the events of your life and effectively meet the challenges.
Self-Harming
(253) 655-1390
Tacoma, Washington 98407
Olivia McKenna, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tacoma
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT-A, MHP
“We may all come to a point in our lives when we feel stuck; struggling with grief or loss, transitions, relating to others or even ourselves. My approach to therapy with youth, individual adults, couples, and families is client-centered, collaborative and strength-based. I believe it is my role to provide a safe, compassionate place to explore and grow; to help bring clarity and awareness to all situations you bring to me. My goal for our journey together is for you to become a more aware, whole, strong person who can solve your problems in positive, fulfilling ways.
Self-Harming
(253) 214-3725
Tacoma, Washington 98422
Megan Schemp, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tacoma
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I view problems as not within one person, but within the interactions between people and their environment. I work to help clients develop skills and insight to better manage their lives, while at the same time working to balance relationships. I value the insight and skill each client brings to therapy and work with clients' own strengths to help them reach their goals. Symptom relief is my initial focus with clients, but it is only a first step in the therapy process. Subsequently, my focus shifts toward working with clients to address the underlying problems in their lives.
Self-Harming
(253) 200-0046
Tacoma, Washington 98407
Jenelle Larson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Tacoma
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I received my Masters of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pacific Lutheran University and my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of California, Davis. I have a background in working with at risk youth, children and teens, blended families, foster children, adults and couples. I have experience in helping families and individuals with a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, ADHD, parenting skills, discipline techniques, attachment, school-related concerns, anger management and other disruptive behavioral issues.
Self-Harming
(253) 214-3571 x205
Tacoma, Washington 98406
Lizzie Munday, Counselor  in Tacoma
“Therapy and the process of change can be daunting but, YOU ARE WORTH IT! My focus and goal in my work with you is to help navigate through your personal process of growth and change. I use a strength based, client centered and cognitive/behavioral approach to help develop techniques and coping skills to get you to where you want to be to feel solace and peace in your life. The most important step in the process is establishing a client/therapist relationship based on mutual respect and integrity.
Self-Harming
(253) 444-2946
Tacoma, Washington 98408
Erin Eramia, Counselor  in Tacoma
“Depression can cause you to lose yourself, but in your heart you know exactly who you are and what you have to offer. People live their whole lives without accessing the best parts of themselves. If you are unwilling to accept that, I would be delighted to help you find your way. I enjoy collaborating with kind, quirky, self-reflective people who would like to live more joyful and fulfilling lives.
Self-Harming
(253) 214-3727
Tacoma, Washington 98403

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Self-Harming (Cutting, Trichotillomania, Hair Pulling) Therapists
Self-harm (SH) or deliberate self-harm (DSH) is the deliberate infliction of damage to your own body. It includes cutting, burning, scratching, banging or hitting yourself, interfering with wound healing, hair-pulling (trichotillomania) and the ingestion of toxic substances or objects. While self injury (SI) can look like suicide, it's not; most people who mutilate themselves do it as a way to regulate mood. People who hurt themselves in this way may be motivated by a need to distract themselves from inner turmoil, or to quickly release anxiety that builds due to an inability to express intense emotions.

If you're looking for help with self-harming in Tacoma or for someone who self harms, or cuts themselves, or bangs or hits themselves, these Tacoma Therapists provide counseling for self harming in Tacoma. They include Therapists, who understand self harming in Tacoma, psychologists and counselors. They can provide self harming counseling in Tacoma or treatment for self harming, treatment for trichotillomiania in Tacoma or hair pulling in Tacoma. pulling hair out, Tacoma trichotillomania, skin picking and dematillomania.

If you're looking for help with trichotillomania in Tacoma or for a Tacoma trichotillomania Therapist these professionals provide therapy for trichotillomania.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Tacoma have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Tacoma you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Tacoma and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Tacoma or family therapy in Tacoma.