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Self-Harming Therapists in Seattle, WA 98108
Cutting, Trichotillomania, Hair Pulling - Beacon Hill and Georgetown

Kaelyn Langer Mendonca, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you feeling anxious, sad, confused, and/or overwhelmed? Have you lost a sense of joy in your life and feel hopeless about your future? My goal as a therapist is to support you in finding joy, hope, and healing through understanding and acceptance. I have almost ten years involvement working in mental health, including residential treatment, psychiatric inpatient, community mental health, university counseling center, and private practice experience. I work primarily from a psychodynamic perspective, using supportive, client-centered therapy coupled with mindfulness and spiritual psychology.
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(206) 981-3255
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98108
Iris M Hogan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW
“I bring over a decade of clinical experience working with women who struggle with depression and anxiety. Often times stressful situations or life events like the birth of a child, the loss of a loved one, trauma or a difficult relationship can be a set-up for depression or anxiety. When in addition to life's stressors we add your responsibilities at home, as parent, in your career, as wife or caregiver of a parent, the weight of it all can become too much and cause anxiety and depression that can put life on hold.
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(206) 922-4676
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98108
Leslie Fleming, Counselor  in Tukwila
“I am a systems counselor looking at the interplay and integration of parts of self, of interpersonal relationships, connection to nature, and spirit. Circumstances and relationships in the dance of life, along with our own unique medicine gifts, offer us what is needed to heal.
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(206) 745-6238
Office is near:
Tukwila, Washington 98108
Jill A Forsberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, CMHS, LMFT
“I believe Success in therapy is built on the strengths you have within. Whether you are a young child, a teen an adult or a family, I will work with you to find those strengths and use them to find the change you are looking for. I work with individuals and families on issues ranging from depression and anxiety, behavior problems, school problems, and family conflict. I work with families with children of all ages. Whether working individually or with a family, I approach clinical issues from a systemic point of view.
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(206) 745-4178
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98108
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Matthew Percy, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Across the lifespan, we encounter stressors of all kinds. Our moods, anxiety levels, thinking, and behaviors can depend on how well we are able to manage these stressors over time. Sometimes, regardless of our age, the coping skills we've learned and developed let us down. Utilizing a primarily psychodynamic approach, my goal in therapy is to help you experience your life (including the good and bad aspects) in a real and authentic way, grounded in self-awareness and insight, so that you are in better control of your moods, anxiety, thinking, and behavior.
(206) 981-5319 x347
Seattle, Washington 98108
Harry Ariel Atlas, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Whatever the present condition of our life, we have had an intrinsic role in creating it, whether we see it or not. The good news is that once we have enough awareness to take ownership, we can consciously create what is next. Our greatest ally is self awareness and clarity. My role as a therapist is to help you identify and resolve your obstacles (internal and external) and to help you clarify your life purpose and direction. In an empathic relationship that stresses authenticity, our processes will lead to in depth exploration and releasing.
(206) 745-5778
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98108
Susan Hager-Smith, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have a practice of individual counseling open to people of all ages who wish to address depression, anxiety, separation or divorce, other relationship issues, identity, work, career issues, aging, stress, grief and loss. I have taken continuing education in gambling addiction.
(206) 866-0472
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98108
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MAC, CDP
“I am very interactive with my clients. I incorporate both dydactic work as well as experiential assignments. I use the Brief Therapy model and I believe in "working myself out of job" with clients i.e. short term work, hard-hitting and then people need to move on into the universe using the skills/techniques taught and used in therapy. I am actively involved in the therapy process and I hold a high bar i.e. I want my clients to be and do the best that they can do/be. I love to work on codepency issues, relationshiop issues & self-care.
(425) 728-8901
Office is near:
Tukwila, Washington 98108
Susan Ward, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am a licensed marriage and family therapist and have worked in private practice and agency settings for more than 10 years. I provide therapeutic support to couples, families, individual adults, children, and adolescents out of my office in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood.Your comfort level with and relationship to your therapist is a primary factor in the success of your therapy, so after you've had a chance to review my information, I invite you to give me a call to see if we'd be a good fit.
(206) 981-5961
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98108
Colleen O'Rollins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“As a trained art therapist, I integrate creative, hands-on techniques into sessions. Together we will make sense of your life and move forward. No blame, no shame, and probably a few laughs along the way. I enjoy working with families, individuals of all ages, and couples. I use cognitive behavioral techniques, mindfulness, narrative therapy and others. I am upbeat, experienced, and easy to talk to. No art skills needed!
(206) 981-3319
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98108
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
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98108
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“Move from a life of surviving to thriving. I help individuals and families, particularly those suffering with chronic illnesses and/or health conditions, find balance and a sense of purpose. You are not alone, and you don't have to do this alone. As someone who has had type 1 diabetes since the age of 10, I know what it is to live with the tiring demands of a chronic illness. There is hope, and I can help you overcome fear and anger to find peace, forgiveness and connection. Claim the life you know is yours. Get in touch today.
(206) 858-0247
Office is near:
Tukwila, Washington 98108
Mark Barone, Counselor  in Seattle
“I view working with others as forming an alliance toward their empowerment as well as the revealing and realization of their goals. My approach is postmodern, meaning I will draw from multiple modalities and personal experience to meet you where you are at and facilitate your progress in desired directions.
(206) 489-3197
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98108
Shepherd'S Counseling Services, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“Shepherd's provides individual and group therapy for adult survivors, their partners and families. We honor and regard the decision to seek help as an act of profound courage. Shepherd's offers a safe place for adult survivors to explore buried feelings that may have been unsafe to talk about as children. Survivors often ask, "Can this get better?" The answer is a resounding "Yes."
(206) 535-1436
We serve:
Seattle, Washington 98108
Summit Research Network, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“We conduct investigational medication research studies (clinical trials) in hopes of discovering more effective ways of treating illnesses. We work in cooperation with pharmaceutical companies to develop medical treatments. For many of our patients, this is a first step in getting help and gaining information about their medical illness or condition. Our staff provides every qualified patient with assessments, monitoring during the study and help finding follow-up treatment once a study has been completed. When a patient finishes a clinical trial, he or she has the option to continue for up to six months of after study visits with a qualified clinician. We will also work together to connect you with appropriate medical referrals. All of this is provided at no cost to you and no health insurance is required.
(206) 801-5746
We serve:
Seattle, Washington 98108
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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 98108 or for someone who self harms, or cuts themselves, or bangs or hits themselves, these 98108 Therapists provide counseling for self harming in 98108. They include Therapists, who understand self harming in 98108, psychologists and counselors. They can provide self harming counseling in 98108 or treatment for self harming, treatment for trichotillomiania in 98108 or hair pulling in 98108. pulling hair out, 98108 trichotillomania, skin picking and dematillomania.

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