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Academic Underachievement Therapists in Seattle, WA 98115
Maple Leaf, Matthews Beach, Ravenna, Roosevelt, Sand Point, View Ridge and Wedgwood

Anil Coumar, Counselor  in Seattle
“My passion is to help you identify and remove the root cause of your psychological suffering and to end the pain by getting a clearer understanding of how the mind works. I do this by using a combination of mindfulness based approaches and a process called Inquiry. Mindful Inquiry is a very direct, simple way to peace.
Academic Underachievement
Video Game Addiction
(206) 745-4360
Seattle, Washington 98115
Heather Abbott, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hope often sounds like a wishful word in our culture - but I want you to leave therapy with more hope - the gritty, scrappy, resilient kind. This authentic hope grows as you embrace your life story with all its darkness and light. You don't need to talk about everything at once, but just give yourself a place and time to connect with your whole self and pay attention to your life as it is now. As you connect deeply with yourself you are able to carve out space to reimagine how your life and relationships could be.
Academic Underachievement
Video Game Addiction
(571) 384-4637
Seattle, Washington 98115
Ryther, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“We've designed our services to address the individual needs and unique developmental aspects of adolescents using drugs and/or alcohol as well as those with co-occurring mental health issues and their families. We offer drug and alcohol assessments as well as psychiatric, substance abuse and mental health assessments. Assessments include urine analysis that meet school and court requirements. Our programs include Level 1 Outpatient Counseling, Level II Intensive Outpatient Chemical Dependency Treatment, Ryther's Co-Occurring Outpatient Program and Level 3.5 Co-Occurring Inpatient treatment program for males age 12-17, with an average length of stay of 30 days.
Academic Underachievement
Video Game Addiction
(206) 641-9138
Seattle, Washington 98115
Allison Norris, Counselor  in Seattle
“I listen to learn what's in your heart, your mind, what you may be going through physically and spiritually, what's happened in your past and what's going on today. Do you feel lost and incapable of visualizing a better life for yourself. A little stuck? Maybe you feel shame or guilt about decisions in your life. We'll rediscover your strengths... even if you've forgotten about them. Together, we'll envision what your life will be, and take tangible, deliberate steps to get there. Some specialties: Anxiety, depression, rumination, transition, and loneliness.
Academic Underachievement
Video Game Addiction
(206) 735-4893
Seattle, Washington 98115
Tracy Henderson Counseling, Counselor  in Seattle
“I offer psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults experiencing a broad range of life's experiences. Of all the things I can share about me, the one I am most proud of is that my clients say that I'm easy to talk to. Because that's what it all boils down to for a successful outcome, open, honest talk. My approach to therapy is strength-based and involves the whole person. I integrate all aspects of the mind, body, spirit, as well as, consider the experiences and expectations from the world we live in.
Academic Underachievement
Video Game Addiction
(206) 489-3692
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98115
Michael Maguire, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Just about everyone experiences difficult times in their lives. Sometimes these are temporary, such as during or after a life transition, and sometimes these are more chronic where we become stuck. Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, work or school concerns, or something else, I imagine you are seeking help because you are not feeling the way you wish to feel. I also imagine that you have hope that it can get better.
Academic Underachievement
Video Game Addiction
(206) 535-1572
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98115
The Center * A Place of HOPE, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“The Center, A Place of HOPE, the #1 facility in the U.S. for the treatment of depression and a a leading addiction and eating disorder facility, utilizes a caring world-class staff to provide comprehensive care for a broad range of mental health, chemical dependency and medical issues. Founded over 30 years ago by Dr. Gregg Jantz, our mission is to help people change their lives for good, with a whole-person recovery model incorporating emotional, relational, physical, nutritional and spiritual aspects vital to long-term success. The Center is dually licensed for psychiatric issues as well as addiction treatment, enabling us to treat coexisting disorders such as chemical dependency and eating disorders. Our recovery programs work with some of the most challenging issues - anorexia, bulimia, anorexia, binge eating, severe depression, bi-polar disorder, and addictions of all types. At the heart of our whole-person treatment philosophy is resolution of root issues that create and perpetuate unhappiness and unhealthy life patterns. You'll find sensitivity, warmth, confidentiality and trust in our treatment programs. We truly care, and with 30 years of proven success, we can help. More information is available through our website at www.aplaceofhope.com.
Academic Underachievement
Video Game Addiction
(888) 997-3812
We serve:
Seattle, Washington 98115
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Sara Oldham, Counselor  in Seattle
“We are often told to know and love ourselves without a clear picture of what that looks like. It can feel unsettling because we are all impacted and influenced by what surrounds us in ways we don't understand. How are we supposed to know what we don't understand? I don't think we can, which is why it makes sense to me that we all feel lost, confused or unsatisfied at times. Or why our interactions with others and our relationships can be confusing. We are not meant to understand ourselves alone. It is courageous to find support.
(206) 317-1976
Seattle, Washington 98115
Donna M Allen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“Right now things aren't going as smoothly as you'd like in your relationship with your spouse, partner, or with one or more close family members. You're probably wishing for things to be different, to be better. I work with couples and families in a fair and supportive way that values each individual and helps you sort out what's working and what could be better. I'll help you through the devastating effects of a crisis and learn how to move forward, re-creating your relationship as you wish it could be.
(206) 745-4717
Seattle, Washington 98115
Hiltrud Verdier, Counselor  in Seattle
“My passion lies in empowering clients to fully engage in the adventure of being alive. Too often in the process of socialization our innate movement and self-expression get stifled, our spirits broken. We are asked to conform with expectations of parents and society. We might be forced to adapt to a dysfunctional environment. We learn to control ourselves, to disconnect from our emotions.I focus on helping my clients reconnect with their emotions. Emotions shape and organize our experience of life and our connection to others. When we are deeply connected with our emotions, they become our greatest ally.
(206) 535-1602
Seattle, Washington 98115
Nina K Redman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Anxieties, troubled relationships, moods and stress overshadow and block problem-solving skills, resilience and humor. With strengths eclipsed confidence plummets. When one willingly begins taking responsibility for one's own life, self-respect, esteem and confidence follow. With compassion and patience I encourage clients to tell their whole stories--what's working and what's not. Through deep listening I help you in clarifying troubles and seeking solutions to short term situational problems or longer-term difficulties due to deeply held beliefs.
(206) 452-4410
Seattle, Washington 98115
Frederick B Davis, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I've been practicing psychiatry and psychotherapy for 40 years, and have successfully treated hundreds of people. My youngest patient was eighteen months old, my oldest 94, and I’ve seen every age between. Some patients come for a single visit, others for years. I use psychotropic medicine judiciously, as needed. We live in a culture averse to pain and suffering—often resulting from the vicissitudes of life and not necessarily the result of mental illness. People have reserves of strength they often hide from themselves; the most important thing I do, perhaps, is to help my patients discover that strength.
(206) 745-0918
Seattle, Washington 98115
Marian Bauman, Counselor  in Seattle
“My approach to psychotherapy is to develop a therapeutic space where difficult life questions can be deeply understood & addressed. Everyone experiences life differently & forms beliefs based on their experiences.I listen carefully & give what I hear a useful context. I'm empathic to others' feelings, believe that authentic human interaction can itself be therapeutic, especially the therapy relationship. In my over 20 years experience,I have learned that no one approach has all the answers, & so am flexible working with a variety of people. My special interests are in long-term family issues, depression, anxiety,trauma, sexual identity amongst others.
(206) 569-6935
Seattle, Washington 98115
Karen MacQuivey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Are you longing for a deeply connected relationship, a sense of personal direction and enlivenment? Perhaps you struggle with parenting concerns or ways to balance a busy life? I can offer spirited, steady guidance as you build clarity, motivation and momentum. Learn to develop and trust your intuitive wisdom...Become an excellent communicator...Practice new skills that enhance your capacity to find joy and chase your dreams. I want to hear your story...a new day is closer than you think.
(206) 535-1867
Seattle, Washington 98115
Karen A. Sheridan, Counselor  in Seattle
“I believe every person has inner strengths, innate resilience and resourcefulness that can be identified and utilized to overcome challenges and obstacles from the past and present. My treatment approach is to create authentic and meaningful relationships; and provide a non-judgmental and compassionate environment where we can explore difficulties that may stand in the way of healing and growth. I welcome the opportunity to work with people regardless of cultural, ethnic and religious identity, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship, physical ability or socioeconomic status.
(206) 981-5254
Seattle, Washington 98115
Benjamin Deu, Counselor  in Seattle
Counselor, MA, LMHC
“I am here to support you heal from painful wounds, improve communication, discover why you face the same challenges over and over, and open yourself to new and better experiences. Practicing full-time give me gives me the added benefit of having a breadth of experience to draw from in getting to core issues quicker. Part of what is unique to my work is that I work relationally. This means we think together about what is going on within your heart and soul and explore how these inner thoughts and feelings play a part in creating the life you have.
(425) 954-7840
Seattle, Washington 98115
“There are many reasons why people come into psychotherapy. These reasons can include depression, anxiety, loneliness, past traumas, loss, emptiness, psychological reactions to medical illness and pain as well as the desire to learn and grow personally and interpersonally. In my experience one's pains and worries decrease during the therapeutic process, and life feels richer, livelier and more manageable. Exploring together in a safe place where there is time to experience one's self in greater depth moves the process forward toward healing.
(206) 745-0133
Seattle, Washington 98115
Rik Hiroshi Muroya, Counselor  in Seattle
“"Thank You! I feel so much better now." This comment expressed hope fulfilled by clients who receive my counseling services. With humility, I am very grateful for having the gift of helping another person. I have a passion for working with individuals, couples and families who are experiencing some type of distress in their daily life. Oftentimes, this distress or disturbance is connected to an earlier life experience. Finding a psychotherapist who is warm, compassionate, nonjudgmental, skilled, knowledgable and experienced can be a challenge. It is my belief that you will find those qualities in me. Please come visit :)
(253) 987-6967
Seattle, Washington 98115
Julia A. Kay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My mission is to help you reconnect with your inner self, to discover and appreciate who you truly are, and to learn how to live a life that is authentic and true to yourself. I am able to work with you wherever you are in your life journey. Whatever is the circumstance in your life, I can help you find inner healing, and from that, outer harmony with the world around you.
(206) 451-7844
Seattle, Washington 98115
Matt Chamberlain, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Hello! I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Seattle, WA. Psychotherapy is a trusting collaboration between therapist and client. In a safe and supportive environment we work together to identify problem areas, determine strategies and options that make sense to you and work toward real, immediate and long-term solutions. My goal is to provide immediate relief from a stressful situation while understanding the problem in the larger context of your life. I want to help you discover a process of working through issues that leads to a real, long-term solution--to really correct the problem!
(253) 271-4133
Seattle, Washington 98115
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Kids or children who are academically under achieving in 98115 may need help from child therapists, child psychologists and child counselors. Academic underachievers in 98115 may also have problems with learning issues, child education issues or ADD (attention deficit). Some academic underachievers can be quite bright, gifted and intelligent.

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Therapists in Maple Leaf, Matthews Beach, Ravenna, Roosevelt, Sand Point, View Ridge and Wedgwood - Seattle have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 98115 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 98115 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 98115 or family therapy in Maple Leaf, Matthews Beach, Ravenna, Roosevelt, Sand Point, View Ridge and Wedgwood - Seattle.