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Christian Therapists in King County

West Seattle Counseling, Mary Torres, MA, Counselor  in Seattle
“Seeking therapy should not be intimidating. Life can be so difficult, but having someone there to help you sort things out can be extremely beneficial. It is important to me that every potential client gets a free initial session so that we can see if our personalities work well together. I have helped clients with a wide variety of issues, but it is the relationship that we build that will have the most impact for you. I look forward to the chance to help you discover yourself and make the changes that are important to you.
(206) 535-1464
Seattle, Washington 98126
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
Tracey Hunt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Federal Way
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Tracey's calling is to comfort the hurting, to heal the broken hearted, and help people find peace........ Therapy is a powerful experience of growth and change. I work with individuals, couples, families, and teenagers to successfully reduce stress, anxiety, and depression; strengthen relationships; resolve grief, past traumas, and internal conflict. Together we will work on modifying negative thinking and self destructive behaviors, build self esteem and better thoughts; enhance intimacy, foster self discovery; and help to improve one's overall quality of life experiences.
(253) 292-6201
Federal Way, Washington 98003
Karen Rowlee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Federal Way
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Yearning for a deeper fulfillment in life~ personally or relationally? Taking time to explore, reflect, and process whatever hinders your forward motion is an important next step. Here, you can safely and meaningfully explore solutions for what currently has you stressed, weary, hurting, or stuck. You will find your therapy experience with me to be comfortable, personable, practical, and insightful. It is important to me that you as an individual, couple, or as a parent feel understood and supported. From there we will explore options and solutions fitting your unique concerns.
(253) 343-1979
Federal Way, Washington 98003
Maria Teresa Subercaseaux, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I am a bilingual (Spanish-English) psychotherapist who helps couples and individuals improve their communication and develop their potential, to grow as person and in relationships. I can help you adjust to mayor life changes (acculturation process, medical illness, separation, empty nest, PTSD, depression, anxiety, and more) and strengthen your ability to cope with adversity and regain peace. I am interested in the psychological, biological, social, and spiritual well-being of you as a person.
(206) 535-2156 x326
Seattle, Washington 98115
Arlene Thomas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Redmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“If you or someone close to you has lost a loved one to death, sickness, or the ending of a relationship, you know how difficult it can be to readjust to life without them. I know on both a personal and professional level how difficult, confusing, scary, and lonely these changes can be. My hope in working with people through therapy is to provide a safe place to process loss while acknowledging the impact loss has on individuals and families. I find it an honor to work with those who are looking for ways to "move forward" without "moving on".
(425) 610-6918
Redmond, Washington 98052
Tina Schermer Sellers, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“You were created for intimacy and pleasure. Are your relationships nourishing or has life pulled them apart? So much of the way we experience life fails to give us the skills we need to cultivate deeply attached relationships. Yet when our days are done, this is our greatest blessing. In the 20+ years I have been in practice, I have developed a way of working that strengthens and integrates the spiritual, sexual and emotional intimacy skills individuals & couples need to heal and experience the connections they crave. The Northwest Institute on Intimacy (NWIOI) trains in this unique and life changing model.
(206) 981-5265
Seattle, Washington 98119
Linda J Reed, Counselor  in Issaquah
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, CAd, CPC, CDWF
“I provide counseling services for individuals and couples, specializing in working with women who are struggling in relationships. Areas of expertise are codependency, addiction recovery, communication and conflict resolution, boundaries, and healing from childhood wounds. I believe we are injured in relationship and need to be healed in relationship. My office provides a safe place to explore life's difficulties and find hope and healing. I am certified in Life Span Integration, as well as a Certified Daring Way Facilitator - based on the ground breaking work of Dr. Brené Brown, leading you to live a courageous and authentic, wholehearted life!
(425) 312-6099
Issaquah, Washington 98027
Eric Borgh, Counselor  in Seattle
“I consider this work in a few categories: Therapy is like the Psalms- an honest, cathartic process of voicing hopes and fears. Therapy is like confession- We confess truth, we confess what is good, we confess what is broken. It is the act of truth telling. Therapy is like learning to love- it is coming into relationship with estranged parts of yourself, with others, with God.
(425) 405-5107
Seattle, Washington 98102
Christian Bringolf Counseling  in Seattle
“My approach is to provide individuals with competent, compassionate and thought provoking therapy. As a psychotherapist I treat mental health issues from a psychological, biological, and faith perspective.
(206) 735-3524
Seattle, Washington 98126
Tori Dabasinskas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Renton
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, LPCC
“I am passionate about working alongside an individual, couple or family motivated to live to their fullest potential in relationships! It is a privilege to be invited into a life story. I take it seriously, work with efficiency and excellence right along with my clients. We listen, we laugh, we cry, we look at what has worked in the past and what can change now. I am creative, confidential, encouraging and empathetic. I love working with people. The Bible tells us we are beautifully and wonderfully made with a hope and a future. I believe this. I live and work into this truth with hope!
(925) 402-4527
Renton, Washington 98059
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
Tonia Davidson Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bellevue
“My goal is to help people move beyond self-awareness and into change. Post-graduate training in Lifespan Integration equips me to help people develop neural integration and attachment. Clients report they react to current stressors in more age appropriate ways -- enabling them to effectively regulate emotions, solve problems and stay connected in relationships.
(206) 981-3308
Bellevue, Washington 98004
Moore Counseling Services, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Federal Way
“As married co-therapists, we work with couples dealing with relationship issues such as infidelity, conflict, sexual difficulties, and intimacy issues. We offer pre-marriage counseling using Prepare/Enrich. Having parented and launched three children, we offer skills and support to parents at every stage. We work with military and veterans with trauma and deployment issues. We also work with individuals or couples who are struggling to make financially healthy choices. We offer compassion, safety, and respect to our clients. Clients for whom spiritual faith is important will find us able and happy to integrate that into our work together.
(253) 666-9303
Federal Way, Washington 98003
Sam Louie, Counselor  in Bellevue
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, SOTP-A, CSAT-C
“I am a licensed psychotherapist in the state of Washington. My focus is in working with multi-cultural clients (individuals and couples) dealing with relational issues with a specialty in sexual addictions and affairs. Prior to private practice, I have had experience in a variety of mental health settings such as the Asian Counseling and Referral Service and Bellevue Community Services for sex addiction and sex offender treatment.
(206) 745-4567
Bellevue, Washington 98004
David D Moore, Psychologist  in Federal Way
“I have been a credentialed therapist since 1981 & a licensed psychologist since 1996. I practice general psychology & dual disorder therapy. My specialty areas are substance use prevention & recovery, couples counseling and case managing teens. As a researcher I have been the Associate Director for the University of Washington's Center for the Study and Teaching of At-Risk Students 1987-2004; then was appointed to the faculty of Johns Hopkins, Department of Mental Health [2004-2007]; and now teach doctoral therapists and psychologists [Argosy University--Seattle]. I also practice in Juneau Alaska, providing integrated medical care with their family practices.
(253) 292-9519
Federal Way, Washington 98003
Mary West Brandenburg, Counselor  in Issaquah
“When I was a girl there was no one to tell my deepest darkest secrets. My life's work is to be a trusted, healing person to those in pain. My therapy room is many things: a confessional, a delivery room, a crucible, a place of radical honesty with a whole lot of grace. Most of all it is a safe place to tell your story, to find strength & hope, to cry & to heal. I embrace a holistic approach which considers your spirit, mind, body, & community.
(425) 610-6851
Issaquah, Washington 98027
“Therapeutic Orientation: The focus of therapy depends upon your needs - therefore therapy is a collaborative effort. I utilize a family systems perspective which means we will pay attention to how past relational patterns influence current relational patterns. The goal or hope of therapy is to help facilitate growth and change that allows you to find a sense of relief from the current struggle, tension, and/or conflict you may be experiencing.
(425) 753-3547
Bellevue, Washington 98004
Megan E Jones, Counselor  in Kirkland
“My treatment approach to working with clients on the path to growth and healing is a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Object Relations, and Family Systems theories. While treating the conditions that develop overtime such as anxiety and depression, I believe it is also equally important to explore the deeper underlying emotional/relational needs in an individual's life that have impacted their lives. I work with individuals, couples, and families to overcome barriers that prevent them from living the lives that they both desire and deserve.
(425) 224-3428
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Sarah Trembley, Counselor  in Seattle
“At some point in all of our lives, we find ourselves in places we never meant to be. These may be failed relationships, grief or loss, depression and anxiety, unhealthy patterns and addictions, questions about identity, or similar struggles. This can feel crushingly overwhelming, but may be an opportunity for you to reassess your life and seek greater wholeness. In our work together, we will look to the present, to identify what issues are causing you pain; the past, to understand how you became who you are today; and the future, to move you toward who you want to become.
(425) 654-2546
Seattle, Washington 98133
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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.