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Therapists in Seattle, WA 98105
Bryant, Laurelhurst, University District and Windermere

Laura W. Groshong, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Thank you for reviewing my practice information. I am psychodynamically oriented and have had success in helping people though crisis, as well as to then make changes in the way they understand themselves. The crisis may be a loss, a conflict with others, or a conflict within. I have also helped people overcome ongoing anxiety and depression once the crisis is relieved. I also work as a mental health advocate, nationally and in Washington state, to remove the stigma of having emotional problems and help people get better access to mental health services.
(206) 745-0619
Seattle, Washington 98105
Patricia Mckee, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am a Washington State Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the University Village area of Seattle. I provide couple and individual counseling for depression, anxiety, relationship issues, physical and sexual abuse, adoption, grief/loss, stress, and life transitions. Visit www.pmckee.com
(253) 248-4513
Seattle, Washington 98105
Carolann Freedman,   in Seattle
MA, NCC, NBCCH
“My practice is intentionally inclusive, which means I extend loving care and compassion to patients of all beliefs. My office feels like a comfortable livingroom, allowing you to simply be who you are. Right now you're probably struggling. Maybe it's with an addiction. Perhaps it's depression, anxiety, an eating disorder or trauma. Whatever your experience, it's critically important that you are heard with an open heart. Whatever your story, I want to hear it. Lasting recovery is my goal for every single patient. Toward that end I use the therapy approach that best fits you.
(206) 633-6141
Seattle, Washington 98105
Michelle Punt, Counselor  in Seattle
“Do you eat for emotional reasons? Find it hard to stop eating once you start, or feel out of control around food? I specialize in helping people who have a challenging relationship with food. During our sessions, we will work together to address the effects that food and eating have on your emotions, physical appearance, body image, and personal relationships, and to set mindful goals that will help you increase your well-being at all levels. I invite you to work with me to rediscover quality of life given your unique situation and personal resources. Welcome to Deep Well-Being.
(206) 866-6058
Seattle, Washington 98105
Michael L Miller, Psychologist  in Seattle
“As a board certified training and supervising psychoanalyst my expertise is in helping individuals identify and change the thoughts and feelings about themselves that cause depression, fear, and low self-esteem and to discover and modify the patterns of relating to others that cause anxiety, alienation, and separateness. In therapy we work to create experiences that liberate thoughts, feelings, and behaviors from the ideas and ways of being and behaving that inhibit their free and creative expression. Treatment aims at increasing one's effectiveness in dealing with life's problems and in achieving one's goals.
(206) 922-8121
Seattle, Washington 98105
Bertrand Lee Wicholas, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I specialize in the treatment of adolescents and adults with a range of mental health concerns. I treat clients in a professional and confidential setting that feels safe and non-judgmental. My practice draws upon a variety of evidence-based psychotherapies and utilizes psychiatric medications if appropriate. I believe that for any treatment to be effective, it must be built upon a trusting and collaborative therapeutic relationship that reflects each client's individual needs and personal values. I believe in a down-to-earth and transparent approach to psychiatry that views genuine human connection as the foundation of any treatment.
(206) 745-6315
Seattle, Washington 98105
Barbara G. O'Brien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Through my experience of being a therapist I have come to believe that people change and grow through acceptance of where they are coupled with increasing awareness of areas in their lives which concern and/or constrain them. I work by listening carefully to my clients, seeking to understand their experience, and assisting them to be who they are while also helping them to shed or work with habits and patterns which are limiliting them. I believe I am well-suited to being a therapist and I find the work very fulfilling.
(206) 397-0895
Seattle, Washington 98105
Michael R Allison, Counselor  in Seattle
“My approach to therapy is relational, psychodynamic and humanistic. I view the counseling process as a collaborative and empathic relationship of communication, investigation, exploration, reflection and insight. I believe it is the therapeutic relationship itself that is most important in creating the conditions for the deep exploratory work of psychotherapy, and discovering the possibility of self transformation.
(206) 673-5326
Seattle, Washington 98105
Michael A Galloway, Counselor  in Seattle
“My practice specializes in mental health, family life, trauma/PTSD and addiction recovery for adolescents and adults. I have expertise in treating co-occurring issues of addiction and depression, anxiety, adjustment and trauma. I provide couples counseling and family therapy and have much success with persons for whom therapy has not been helpful. I help families and individuals face issues of addiction recovery especially when they are looking for alternatives to 12-step programs. My approach is relational, existential and focuses on making meaningful changes. I integrate principles and strategies of change derived from interpersonal neurobiology and affect regulation.
(206) 538-2865
Seattle, Washington 98105
Megan A. White, PLLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“If you have a sense that it is time for growth, if it feels like something needs to change, if you are looking for more joy in your life, I may be the right therapist for you. The goal of my work is to help people in emotional turmoil experience relief. I have been successful in helping people work through issues around depression, anxiety, trauma, identity questions, life transitions, relationship issues and more. I specialize in working with clients from the LGBTQ community, as well as those in non-traditional family/relationship structures and those with alternative sexual practices.
(206) 429-6796
Seattle, Washington 98105
Harvey LeSure, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MS, RYT
“Life can be seen as a series of transitions that invite transformation to our true selves. In my 34 years as a therapist I have helped people get through a wide variety of difficult life circumstances; including: low self-esteem, depression and grief, anxiety, aging issues, relationship issues, 'empty nest syndrome', retirement, caregiving, burnout. I offer a wide range of approaches to help empower each person to become the agent of their own change, rather than the victim of circumstances. Through a client-centered approach, as well as humor, dreamwork, and yoga we can find ways to a more peaceful and fulfilling life.
(206) 489-3471
Seattle, Washington 98105
Ruthie Neilson, Counselor  in Seattle
“I help adults,families and children to deal with the stress resulting from life transitions.Change is an inevitable part of life's journey. Some changes are anticipated and welcomed while other changes may take us by surprise and knock us flat! Whatever the case, transitions involve saying goodbye to something familiar and hello to something new; this process may evoke anger, grief and loss as we bid farewell to a longterm relationship, a job we love or even a way of life. Transitions may cause past traumas to resurface,triggering anxiety and confusion about what to do next.
(206) 535-1931
Seattle, Washington 98105
Nichelle Alderson Counseling & Consultation, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“I offer a client centered and holistic therapeutic approach that aims to bring to light, the associations between diet, stress, family history, support systems & resources, life experiences, environment, and issues related to current and/or historical oppression, and how YOUR body, mind, and spirit have been reacting. I believe in encouraging and empowering my clients towards achieving the results they seek. I help clients identify and utilize their strengths and to identify and release unhealthy practices or defense mechanisms.
(206) 745-6195
Seattle, Washington 98105
Opal: Food+Body Wisdom, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“Opal: Food + Body Wisdom is a locally owned eating disorder treatment center in the heart of Seattle's University District. We provide outpatient services to adolescents and adults of all genders with food and body concerns and Partial Hospitalization (PHP) and Intensive Outpatient (IOP) for women 18+ with eating disorders and disordered eating. Opal offers mental health counseling, nutrition counseling, family therapy and psychiatric services at all levels of care. We now provide non-clinical and affordable lodging for our PHP and IOP clients. At Opal clients receive holistic, relational based care that is responsive to research and grounded in a Health at Every Size approach. We are in-network with most major insurance companies.
(206) 569-4452
Seattle, Washington 98105
Polly Mackoff Amkraut, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISCW
“I bring a unique blend of professional training, compassion and intuition to the therapeutic relationship. I teach clients new insights and skills to help them cope with life's challenges, and find relief from psychological and emotional distress.
(206) 489-3759
Seattle, Washington 98105
Barbara Dunn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW, MT-BC
“Therapy should be as individualized as the people seeking help. Interventions can range from traditional talk therapy to integration of arts modalities to address complex challenges. I work collaboratively with clients to find the most effective approach for their unique needs and situation. Therapeutic influences come from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness practices, and music therapy. Client challenges can include anxiety, depression, pain management, adjustment to medical illness or disability, relationship problems, communication difficulties, self-expression (including artistic blocks), grief and loss issues.
(206) 504-3165
Seattle, Washington 98105
Janet Edlefsen, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have more than 30 years' experience as a specialist in the treatment of eating disorders. I've helped many people fully recover from eating problems,and move forward in their lives able to say "food just isn't an issue anymore." In addition, I work with: health concerns ranging from wellness and life balance to chronic and life-threatening illness; grief and loss; depression and anxiety; and life transitions, including moving or caring for elderly parents. I offer individual counseling to adults and older teens. My style is interactive, and I often provide feedback and guidance in making changes.
(206) 745-0558
Seattle, Washington 98105
Lynda Treger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am a psychotherapist with over 25 years experience working with adults in individual therapy and couples therapy. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process; working together to understand and remedy symptoms interferring with your enjoyment of life. People often seek counseling to help with feelings of anxiety, loss, depression, sadness, or unhappiness in their relationships. Therapy offers a safe, private opportunity to identify and resolve problems in your life.
(206) 745-4928
Seattle, Washington 98105
Suzanne Oelke, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adults seeking to learn and grow through life transitions and who may be dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, self esteem, illness and divorce. Everyone has the capacity to change and as a therapist my goal is to support, empower, and challenge you to create the life you want. I believe that growth occurs through caring and compassion. We will build on your strengths and develop effective life skills. We will create a plan that incorporates your goals to make you better able to direct your life toward more meaning and fulfillment.
(206) 489-3817
Seattle, Washington 98105
Liliana Sacarin, Counselor  in Seattle
“Liliana Sacarin, PsyD, CC, LMHCA holds a doctoral degree in clinical psychology. Dr. Sacarin is and expert clinician and researcher in auditory processing and Listening Training techniques and systems including the Tomatis Method, iLS, TLP and LifT. She provides individualized assessments and training based upon the most appropriate auditory techniques for each client. These in-depth assessments take into consideration sensory integration abilities, language processing, and cognitive abilities. Dr. Sacarin also integrates Tomatis-based Listening with individual child, parents and adult counseling to facilitate learning, development, and expand potential in children and adults. Neurofeedback? and Interactive Metronome? programs are offered as well.
(206) 866-6314
Seattle, Washington 98105
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