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Therapists in Seattle, WA 98104
First Hill, International District and Pioneer Square

Calvin Burnap, Counselor  in Seattle
“The work we will do together is part of a larger social justice framework that seeks collective healing and empowerment. When working together, I am especially sensitive to how oppression (racism, sexism, colonialism, transphobia, heterosexism, ageism, classism, ableism, etc.) can impact mental health and identity. The most important goal I have for my clients is to create a safe space to be and talk.
(206) 535-1835
Seattle, Washington 98104
Lisa Weinberg, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people who are feeling stuck or at a crossroads. I know what a difficult and scary place that can be. As a therapist, I meet you just where you're at, with openness and compassion. We'll work together to help you better understand what is getting in your way and how to find your way to a place of greater freedom and possibilities.
(206) 898-0515
Seattle, Washington 98104
Antonia Greene, M.Ed, LMHC, Counselor  in Seattle
“What hurts? You are bright, inquisitive, sensitive. You desire wholeness and fulfillment for yourself along with healthy relationships with important people in your life. Yet you may have experienced past traumas or losses in life that seem to keep you stuck, or you find that you are repeating the same patterns or are attracting the wrong people. You may feel anxious or depressed, and you want to know why, and how to find relief. I can help you unravel destructive stories from the past and lay out new pathways to your 'becoming'.
(206) 317-1851
Seattle, Washington 98104
Adrian Jarreau, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you struggling and suffering? Is it hard to seek help? Do you doubt it will make a difference? This will all begin to change starting with our first contact. You will have an opportunity to describe in detail what your experience of life has been. You will also experience what it is like to be listened to very closely and to feel differently as a result. My response to you will indicate the depth of attention you are receiving from me. The space I give to you can become a space you learn to provide for yourself.
(206) 855-5915 x2
Seattle, Washington 98104
ABLE Counseling Services, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“ABLE Counseling Services provides therapeutic individual, family, couples, and group counseling for folks dealing with a variety of issues. Our specialties include, but are not limited to: Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Trauma, LGBT issues, Codependence, Sex/Love Addiction. Poly/Kink Friendly!
(206) 347-8149
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
Aaron Russell, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I bring a warm, compassionate, and positive demeanor to clinical sessions, building trusting relationships with my clients through sensitivity, understanding and humor. I work with clients struggling with diverse clinical concerns, including anxiety, depression and anger; grief, loss and life transitions; identity concerns across the lifespan; interpersonal relationships and communication difficulties; disordered eating; stress management; spirituality, faith and personal development; adolescent counseling (identity, peer relationships, family conflicts, attention difficulties and behavior problems); men's issues, particularly those associated with adolescence and young adulthood; and substance use or abuse.
(206) 919-2686
Seattle, Washington 98104
Heather L Chamberlain, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hi everyone! I'm experienced in working with adult transgender, genderqueer/variant, gay, bisexual, lesbian, and queer people, and I love what I do. If you are wondering who you are, who you can become, and where you're going, let's collaborate in putting your creative forces to work for you to clarify your identity and purpose and overcome your challenges. I don't judge. I don't label. And I don't have any agenda in working with you outside of helping you achieve the agenda you wish to set for yourself.
(206) 557-6578
Seattle, Washington 98104
Bethanne Kinmonth, Counselor  in Seattle
“Inspired daily by the resiliency of my clients, I seek to provide a space for true joy and authentic tears to be held in safety and honor. I work well with individuals, couples, or families that are motivated toward healing for their own lives. It is my belief that we walk together in this process. Therefore, I do not assume to be an authority on your life and believe true empowerment and healing comes from within you. With this framework of mutual trust, we can explore areas that have otherwise been off limits.
(206) 438-3028
Seattle, Washington 98104
James Davison, Psychologist  in Seattle
“None of us, no matter how hard we try, are immune to life's difficulties. Whether in the past, the present, or the future, every one of us experiences difficulties that affect everyday functioning. Family, parents, spouses, partners, siblings, kids, bosses, co-workers, even neighbors and friends can all be sources of stress. Together, you and I, in a safe, supportive, and confidential place, will seek out your answers to life's problems, your answers to who you are, and your answers to who you want to be. Independence from therapy rather than dependence upon a therapist is the goal.
(425) 954-2492
Seattle, Washington 98104
Rand M Harper, Counselor  in Seattle
“I specialize in getting people derailed by addiction unstuck and moving securely toward mental, physical, and emotional health. I am compassionate, direct and effective. I help people turn the (perceived) obstacles of life into growth. The result of our work will be a life characterized by success, empowerment, and holistic wellbeing. A recent client shared these thoughts - "I am so grateful. Your philosophy really helped me. I felt like we were speaking the same language. You gently guided me to my center and helped me find my own strengths."
(206) 981-5244
Seattle, Washington 98104
Letha Fernandez, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome! Today you could be one step closer to a new you and on a positive path to growth and well-being. My goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we cannot change difficulties of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges. We will look at behavior patterns that may be holding you back from a more fulfilling and meaningful life. Contact me if you are looking for support and guidance through a challenging situation or you are ready to move in a new, more fulfilling direction in life.
(206) 745-5884
Seattle, Washington 98104
Donna J. Burkholder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I'm a psychotherapist who works with adults dealing with issues of depression, anxiety, grief and loss. I also work with people dealing with relational and transitional issues. My goal is to provide a safe environment that promotes healing and growth and where clients can explore their feelings and thoughts to gain insight and understanding. I believe that self-exploration and discovery help make the journey of life more meaningful and pleasurable.
(206) 973-7079
Seattle, Washington 98104
Donovan R Bigelow, Counselor  in Seattle
“The Only Cure Is Strength. Our work together will focus on your needs. Psychoanalytic Therapy, integrated with other perspectives, is a powerful and effective way to help individuals and couples address life's most urgent issues. Together we can work through, overcome, or improve: Depression, stress and anxiety, Love and intimate relationships, Family conflict resolution, Sexuality and body image, Parent-child conflicts, Drug abuse and eating disorders, Balancing work and personal life, Managing emotions effectively, Strengthening the will/ego, Artistic and athletic creativity, and Creation of meaning. Every effort in therapy should be focused on achieving an aesthetic self-creation.
(206) 940-6732
Seattle, Washington 98104
Leif Erik Tellmann, Counselor  in Seattle
“My fifteen years experience as a therapist working with diverse populations has given me a broad foundation for helping people create significant and lasting change in their lives. In a safe, supportive and challenging environment, we will focus on the issues and goals you bring while also building awareness about how your personal history influences the way you experience your life in the present. By becoming aware of unconscious patterns in your thoughts, feelings and relationships, you develop an increased capacity for meeting your needs, coping with difficulties and living more fully.
(206) 557-3812
Seattle, Washington 98104
Peter Jabin, Counselor  in Seattle
“At some point, most of us get a bit lost in feelings anxiety, anger, disconnectedness -- or maybe we simply feel stuck in life. These painful places are not just emotional experiences; they can also be seen as spiritual. They carry the potential to transform us. The key to unlocking such transformation is to listen deeply enough to discover the meaning and value inherent in our most difficult experiences. I can help you to do that; it is the work I love to do. My goal is to help you discover greater freedom by connecting with your own deepest wisdom.
(206) 923-8943
Seattle, Washington 98104
Ron Anders, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Awareness is everything. How often do we ask ourselves: "How did I get back here again?" - repeating patterns of self-defeating behavior. Raising our awareness of these patterns can help free us from re-engaging in them. The rewards of this exploration are bountiful - as we watch new, healthier behaviors emerge. We get a glimpse of the gifts that life can offer us by simply getting out of our own way. In my practice, I have had the privilege of witnessing how the resultant emotional freedom can have a powerful healing effect on depression, anxiety and trauma.
(206) 743-9323
Seattle, Washington 98104
Randy Marinez, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have been counseling since 1981 and opened my private practice in 1988. I have expertize in working with male survivors of sexual victimization, people healing from trauma, couples and LGBTQ life issues. Included within my expertize is the breadth of issues surrounding sexuality and attachment. I also specialize in helping people get in touch with their emotions, channel them in a way that is healing and thus become more balanced and present in their lives. People who are grappling with existential issues and/or are going through developmental transitions or life changes find meaning in working with me.
(206) 745-5831
Seattle, Washington 98104
Anne Ihnen, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have a gentle approach that recognizes each person's unique strengths and gifts in addition to the issues that brought them to therapy. I see my role as a collaborative partner and guide, and I believe that everyone has the potential to make positive changes in their lives. I help my clients connect with and heal the deeper issues underlying their troubling symptoms, working at a pace that feels safe and supportive. In addition to my work as a therapist, I offer professional consultation to licensed therapists and counselors.
(206) 745-0563
Seattle, Washington 98104
Reid Stell, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hello and welcome! The fact that you're looking for a counselor means you're ready to start making some changes for the better. I counsel kids, families, couples, and individuals who are dealing with issues ranging from depression and anxiety to fears and phobias. If you're dealing with grief and loss or other life changes, or struggles with relationships, I'm here to help you find a new way forward. I also facilitate several therapy groups throughout the year. Together we can find the hope you already know is there!
(206) 457-3038
Seattle, Washington 98104
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