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Christian Therapists in King County

Minhee J. Cho Family Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and work with children, teens, couples and families. Most clients come with feelings of being stuck and confused. Many are in pain or feel helpless from their struggles: A child shows anxiety; a teen who doesn't talk at home, couples experience discord in conflict, or family relationships are impacted negatively by mental and/or chronic illness. My passion is to come alongside and help children, teens and their families with systemic and holistic approach while they go through life challenges so they can flourish in their lives.
(206) 489-3766
Seattle, Washington 98103
Krista Law, Counselor  in Seattle
“Whether you are suffering from stress or sadness, anxiety or anger, confusion or criticism, talking about it helps. There's a reason why therapy is commonly called the talking cure. Just the process of putting words to what you're feeling is healing. And yet, finding someone in your life trustworthy and kind enough to share your feelings with is challenging for most people. I am a well-trained, licensed therapist who offers kindness in a context that insists on confidentiality which offers a safe environment to begin the work of healing and transformation through the process of talking.
(206) 535-1461
Seattle, Washington 98115
Pearle Hintz, Counselor  in Kent
“I am a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) and child mental health specialist (CMHS) with over 15 years experience working with adults, families and children. Areas I work in include depression, anxiety, trauma/PTSD, relationship, family and marital difficulties, parenting, life transitions, anger, grief/loss, stress, and improving communication, confidence and self esteem. Approaches I use include cognitive behavioral (CBT), family systems, and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing).
(253) 777-1059
Kent, Washington 98032
Deb Montgomery  in Seattle
“When we choose to look at the truth of our stories, secrets, and parts of selves, it requires a good deal of courage because it can often feel like falling apart or grief before it feels like coming together or wholeness. It can be very helpful to have a safe and confidential place to be honest, and someone who's job it is to be well attuned to who you are and where you are. This is how I see my work as a therapist.
(206) 535-1358
Seattle, Washington 98107
New Life Counseling Services PLLC, Counselor  in Auburn
“Is your teen often withdrawn, depressed, or angry? Failing at school, acting out at home, causing you sleepless nights? I know it's hard to see your child hurting when they refuse to tell you why. You fear the worst. Parenting was easier when they were small. Kids today are dealing with their feelings in ways that create more problems - self harm, drugs, bullying, sexual pressures are all too common. You're afraid, and I'm here help your child and family deal with the difficult emotions, and unhealthy choices spurred by peer influences or poor judgment. There is hope.
(253) 269-0224
Auburn, Washington 98002
Missy A Neill, Counselor  in Federal Way
Counselor, MEd
“Are you feeling overwhelmed by life? I want you to know that I can help and that you are not alone. I help people find their future and reach their maximum potential. I work with a diverse clientele that includes individuals, couples, adolescents, and families. Counseling is available for relationship problems, conflicts, career and lifestyle changes, life coaching, sports competition preparedness, anxiety, depression, PTSD, grief and loss including pet loss, low self-esteem, eating disorders, and addictions. I use a person-centered approach drawing from several different modalities but most importantly is matching the right modality to the client's needs.
(206) 745-3040
Federal Way, Washington 98003
Kim Lampson, Psychologist  in Mercer Island
“Building a strong therapeutic relationship is my highest priority. If you choose to work with me, you will find that we will work together to develop a treatment plan that is just right for you. I truly love my work and would be honored to be able to help you to feel better. We can work individually or can include family members if you would like. I use evidence based treatment approaches including CBT, DBT, and ACT, although think about problems from a systems perspective.
(206) 745-0936
Mercer Island, Washington 98040
Hanna Denmark, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hello! So here you are, looking for someone to talk to. I've listened with people who have a wide variety of experiences; even in our differences, we're all more alike than not. I attended The Seattle School of Theology and Psychology, and have worked with mentally ill and chemically addicted homeless folks, people in hospice care, and pregnant teens in a group home. I am psychoanalytically-informed, so my focus is on the 'under the waterline' thoughts and feelings; the unconscious places that hold so much. I welcome the opportunity to listen with you.
(206) 866-6065
Seattle, Washington 98103
Elizabeth Herbert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bothell
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Welcome. If you are considering reaching out to a therapist I commend you. Starting therapy takes a lot of courage. I know, because I too, have had to make that step. I understand that life is often confusing, filled with anxiety or depression, and can be very painful. An important first step is finding the "right fit" in a a therapist. So, please call or email me to discuss your specific needs. I would consider it a privilege an honor to walk alongside you in your healing journey.
(206) 569-5164
Bothell, Washington 98011
Judith Hong Cho, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMHC
“Making the decision to seek counseling is a courageous step. And finding the "right therapist" can be a challenge. I believe the client-counselor relationship is essential for providing safety, support, and a non-judgmental presence to help you move towards your goals. I respect and value my clients, knowing we come from all walks of life, each with a unique story of our own. If you are seeking more satisfaction out of your life, whether by managing stress/anxiety, relieving depression, working through past abuse, or improving your present relationships, I am here to help.
(206) 489-3254
Seattle, Washington 98103
Alisa Murray, Psychologist  in Kent
“Are you ready to make positive changes in your life? I specialize in nurturing personal growth and inner peace by fostering connection between the body, mind and spirit. My approach involves working to transform negative thinking patterns, increase bodily and emotional awareness, and improve communication with others. I listen carefully to discover how to build upon your strengths and design an action plan that fits your personality and your current challenges. For example, depending on your needs, psychological tests, workbook exercises, mindfulness-based stress management, values clarification, or yoga-based anxiety reduction techniques may be used.
(253) 271-4344 x1
Kent, Washington 98030
Robert (Bob) L Ransom, Counselor  in Shoreline
“I do Employee Assistance Program (EAP) counseling and PPO-Mental Health Counseling and Rehabilitation Counseling with the mentally ill and physically disabled for many Insurance programs. I use Cognitive Therapy and Adlerian life style counseling for treatment helping people adjust their attitudes and and cognitive thoughts, or self statements, to more positive and constructive ones for more successful behaviors. Forensic Mental Health and Psychological Evaluations have been conducted on 2600 cases with testimony in 950 hearings/trials. My testimony has been found persuasive in hearings/court 95% of the time.
(253) 200-9813
Shoreline, Washington 98133
Mark Liu, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bellevue
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I perceive life as a journey, consisting of searching meaning and coping: Meaning in different roles and aspects of life motivates us to move forward; coping is strategies to get there from here. However, at different life stages, we often got stuck because of different reasons. Thus, either we no longer can see the life meaning(s) and/or our coping strategies are no longer effective. We are likely stuck under these circumstances, which leads to sufferings. I believe that counseling is a catalyst to facilitate the needed changes & adjustments to get unstuck and to have a meaningful life again.
(425) 374-0069 x104
Bellevue, Washington 98006
Kay Studevant, Counselor  in Federal Way
“Do you feel alone & wish you could find someone caring to listen? Feel stuck & ready for positive change in your life? Have problems with irritability or worry? If you've experienced any kind of trauma, abusive relationships- now or in your past- if you find you just can't get over a marriage or relationship, if you have nightmares, poor sleep, worry too much, and are motivated to be free of it - now is the time to take the steps to move forward in your life! Call to schedule your free consultation today!
(253) 470-4839
Federal Way, Washington 98003
Bil Kareta, Counselor  in Seattle
“Life is a difficult and confusing journey for all of us. Occasionally we get "stuck" along the path. Sometimes that growth is blocked because of issues, patterns and behaviors from the past which affect the way we feel, do or react in the present. If you are experiencing issues such as depression, anxiety, stress and relationship concerns. I can offer you: a combination of heart, skill, and understanding to help you find your own solutions to these problems that face you. Through the use of solution-oriented, emotionally focused, and reality based techniques, can help you and your relationships overcome obstacles and achieve your goals.
(206) 557-6792
Seattle, Washington 98117
Allie Bulliman  in Seattle
“Accepting, understanding, and managing your emotions is not easy. Whether stress, depression, or "life" is taking over your daily functioning, we will identify and take steps towards your goals. In addition to traditional talk therapy my specialization in movement therapy can also help you discover and explore the complex being that is you. Through this alternative type of personal expression I merely provide the safe space and contain any movement and/or verbal reflections that you share with me and yourself in therapy. I work well with children ages 2-5, middle-schoolers, adults, and couples. F2F & online sessions available.
(206) 291-8300
Seattle, Washington 98104
Emma Skjonsby, Counselor  in Des Moines
“Do you find yourself overwhelmed and confused by life? Are you going through transition or loss? Do you constantly feel anxious or sad and wonder if there's hope for things to get better? There is hope!
(206) 745-5055
Des Moines, Washington 98198
Wendy Fisher Grimm, MA, Counselor  in Covington
“People seek counseling and psychotherapy for many reasons. Usually there has been a recent event that has caused emotional pain from which you are seeking relief or understanding. You don't necessarily know what to call what you're feeling; or have a particular lable for it -- you just want some help. So that's where we start. We will talk about what expectations you have for our work together and what it is that you want to have happen. Depending upon your individual needs we will talk about your current life situation, the experiences that have shaped you including significant relationships that you have had that may have a bearing upon what you are currently experiencing. In a safe, confidential environment we explore together your concerns. Depending upon your individual needs and our working relationship, I will draw upon various modalities to best address your concerns. This may include cognitive behavioral, family systems, psychodynamic, object relations and other models.
(206) 504-3886
Covington, Washington 98042
Lori Thompson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Federal Way
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I am most comfortable working with women who are struggling with relationships or identity. I believe as women we put ourselves last and can lose who we are. I try to help women identify what is important to them and how to prioritize those things without giving up themselves or people they love. It's like walking a tightrope but the view is amazing. Being a mother myself, I'm also very passionate about kids and have experience with play therapy and parenting groups. I have both personal and professional experience working with and supporting special needs families.
(253) 655-0283
Federal Way, Washington 98003
George Frederick Brummell, Counselor  in Auburn
“It is my philosophy that the client is the reason why I became a Therapist, to serve them with client centered psychotherapy. I believe that trust is paramount and cannot be received without the time necessary to develop a honest, warm authentic relationship. I utilize multiple "Theoretical Orientations" to meet each client where they are struggling. I realize there are signs and symptoms which are a common thread with problems individuals and families face. However, each client has unique issues of their own, whether it involves addiction or mental health concerns. I focus on many disorders; addiction, family, marital, and youth counseling.
(253) 336-5015
Auburn, Washington 98002
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Christian Therapists
If you're looking for Christian therapy in King County or for a King County Christian therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to Christian cultural issues. They include Christian therapists, Christian psychologists, Christian psychotherapists and Christian counselors.

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

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