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Family Counseling Therapists in Snohomish County

Joan Durocher Howe, Counselor  in Everett
“It is my goal to help others understand what it is in their life that is preventing them from moving forward and together we can discover how you can change those things in order to reach your full potential.
Family Counseling
(425) 947-5710
Everett, Washington 98201
Debbie Taylor, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Monroe
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I strive to create a safe space for you to explore your feelings and choices wherever you are in your life journey. I will work with you as an individual, couple, youth or family to understand your goals and help you achieve them. Through the connection we share, tools you learn and your unique strengths, you will find healing and hope to move forward. I work with individuals experiencing grief and loss, depression, anxiety, abuse and its effects, couple distress, adolescent challenges, and family transitions. I would be honored to serve you.
Family Counseling
(425) 247-0895
Monroe, Washington 98272
Jill Jacobson, Psychologist  in Edmonds
“In addition to having a private practice for a number of years, my experience includes working in an inpatient psychiatric hospital treating and assessing children, adolescents and adults. I was a therapist for the Student Counseling Center at Western Washington University as well as a therapist for The Everett Clinic Behavioral Health. I support life transition changes, career development and career change, divorce mediation, personal growth plans, and business negotiation strategies. My approach to therapy is proactive utilizing an integrative modality. The therapy environment is warm, caring, supportive, and solution focused.
Family Counseling
(206) 535-1614
Edmonds, Washington 98020
Ashley Bemis, Counselor  in Lake Stevens
“I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor specializing in individual, couples and family therapy and I serve in the Lake Stevens, Snohomish, and Everett area. With over 4 years experience as a counselor, and as a graduate of Capella University specializing in mental health counseling, I am currently serving as a private practice therapist working with a broad spectrum of clients. Among my areas of expertise are stablizing mood disorders, crisis intervention, family support, relationship issues, processing past abuse and truama, grief intervention, and serving the LGBT community.
Family Counseling
(425) 728-8421
Lake Stevens, Washington 98258
Jessie Kolle, Counselor  in Lynnwood
“My therapeutic style is genuine, empathetic, and accepting. I collaborate with clients when setting the goals of therapy. My belief that individuals have the tools to live a positive, fulfilling life influences my stance as being a guide in the therapeutic process. As a guide, I will be beside you during your unique journey of self-discovery and change. I strive to provide a safe environment for you to explore your thoughts and feelings and to work towards personal growth.
Family Counseling
(425) 329-8995
Lynnwood, Washington 98037
Ray Gutman-Pazder, Counselor  in Everett
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MHP, LMHC, CMHS, CDPT
“Life stressors and challenges affect people of all ages, including children, adolescents and adults. While most may prefer to face them alone, receiving support from an outside perspective is at times the biggest gift you can give your-self and the people you love the most. Together, we can explore ways to ease the challenges and promote a healthy relationship that you can have with yourself and others. Children often face many challenges that we as adults might not fully understand or know how to manage. At times these internal emotions become difficult behaviors to support or challenge.
Family Counseling
(425) 341-1174
Everett, Washington 98208
Clifton H Kelly, Counselor  in Mill Creek
“My journey towards becoming a therapist began long before I began any formal training to become licensed. I'm a person who genuinely enjoys the process of relationship - of interacting with other people. This orientation has influenced most of my experiences and choices, both personally and professionally. My relational abilities come easily. I appreciate being valued as authentic, approachable, and a good listener. My genuine interest in others, particularly in developing trusting communication, has deepened my belief that therapy, while certainly a sometimes intensely difficult investment of self and emotion, can be a liberating experience, which can produce extraordinary rewards.
Family Counseling
(206) 451-7944
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Charlene D. Takeuchi, Counselor  in Lynnwood
“As a Family Systems Therapist your relationships & mental health incorporate personal values, spiritual influence, and overall personal health. Your concerns as they show up in these areas are addressed and may include others in your life. I specialize in family dynamics, children, and how your experiences & feelings influence your relationships. I offer consults with others who are involved with you, in the service of your goals & needs regarding mood disorder, attachment & separation, multi-sensory & brain-based issues, social conflict, abuse, acculturation adjustments, substance use, domestic violence, identity & displacement, separation / divorce, trauma, PTSD, transitions, and co-occurring.
Family Counseling
(425) 329-8973
Lynnwood, Washington 98037
Colleen C. Holbrook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Edmonds
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CMHS
“Forming a trusting relationship with a therapist is a gift you give yourself. I am here to listen and learn about who you are, what troubles you and keeps you from living a more joyful life. I've been in the mental health field since 1991 and have worked with many people of all ages. I am a Child Mental Health Specialist and enjoy working with parents to better understand the emotional lives of their children. I also work with teens, adults, couples and families around communication, conflict resolution,divorce and parenting support.
Family Counseling
(206) 550-3502
Edmonds, Washington 98020
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Therapy is a personal process and finding the right "fit" can make all the difference. Seeking therapy takes courage, you are already on the path to making a difference in your life. When an individual is in a safe, supported environment it becomes easier to take the risks necessary to adapt to change and find their true worth, moving into a healthier state. Couples and individuals facing major life transitions, challenges, or the unexpected 'land minds' in life, are generally motivated to make the necessary changes to find or recapture happiness and joy.
Family Counseling
(425) 321-2664
Arlington, Washington 98223
Jennifer Gross, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Everett
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMHC
“I specialize with clients who are experiencing depression and anxiety. I have extensive experience providing therapy to clients who are challenged by suicidal and self harm behaviors, anxiety disorders, depression, and eating disorders. I focus on increasing and enhancing current functioning by teaching positive coping skills and expanding on existing strengths within the context of a warm, accepting therapeutic relationship. I use humor and empathy to build rapport, knowing that clients are more willing to make changes when they feel genuinely understood. I also provide expert parent consultation and family therapy that supports youth in achieving their personal goals.
Family Counseling
(253) 245-1884
Everett, Washington 98208
Erik Bohlin, Counselor  in Lake Stevens
“I work from a wellness model. The disease model looks at what's broke, how we got there and the causes of problems. This is somewhat useful. But focusing on what makes people emotionally healthy is key. Moving towards what you want will take care of the how you got there. Many of my clients have a Christian value system. My job is to help them access their God-given resources to gain better health and relationships. I believe that the counseling setting should be safe, a place to encourage, to bring hope, and to give helpful feedback.
Family Counseling
(425) 224-6725
Lake Stevens, Washington 98258
Barbara A Weiss, Counselor  in Edmonds
“My passion is helping clients rediscover their true potentials and bring joy back into their lives. I follow a strengths-based model of practice while utilizing a combination of psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral techniques. Essentially, I believe in a holistic approach, in that all of our experiences (physical, emotional, spiritual, and social) are integral in our unique compositions. Our early experiences often show up in our current lives, and can manifest themselves in a myriad of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I value the interaction with my clients and believe in empowering clients by direct participation in the therapeutic process.
Family Counseling
(253) 343-1863
Edmonds, Washington 98020
Andrew James Bauman, Counselor  in Marysville
“I work with clients who deal much heartache and struggle in a interpersonal, existential and relational modality of therapy. I work with individuals and couples engaging past abuse/trauma and present relational and emotional issues. My practice often includes: interpersonal, art, music, mind/body awareness and alternative care therapies. My therapeutic technique focuses on three major areas: Family History/Dynamics, Interpersonal Relationships (Styles of Relating), and Present Ways of Being. Although counseling will look differently per client and depending on the reason for seeking counseling, these general themes will be addressed.
Family Counseling
(828) 237-4901
Marysville, Washington 98270
Lynn V Jones, Counselor  in Everett
“The journey through our own stories of pain and abuse is complicated and difficult to navigate alone. I believe that on the other end of the journey through these stories, for those who have the courage to travel, is the immense joy, fullness of life, and strength which we were each meant to experience in our lifetimes. The journey is worth it; you are worth it. "The trouble with steeling yourself against the harshness of reality is that the same steel that secures your life against being destroyed secures your life also against being opened up and transformed." (The Sacred Journey, John Eldridge).
Family Counseling
(206) 489-3839
Everett, Washington 98203
Jim Crosby, Counselor  in Snohomish
“"Exploring Cycles of Harm - Embracing a Legacy of Transformation". Are you ready to explore new transformational possibilities for yourself? Are you ready to embrace a life worth living? Are you ready to feel empowered to make life changing decisions that will bring healing, recovery, and a stronger sense of self? There truly is hope and I believe that everyone can change as they make the first steps toward courageously seeking help in a safe and caring environment. I understand that this first step can be the most difficult; however, I would like to encourage you to contact me for a free consultation.
Family Counseling
(425) 223-4637
Snohomish, Washington 98290
Lisa Lopez, Counselor  in Mill Creek
“I provide counseling for adults, families, teenagers, and children. I believe in a client-centered approach to therapy that is centered on utilizing your strengths and resources to help you work towards living a fulfilled life. My services and methods are uniquely tailored to the needs of individual or family. Counseling techniques that I commonly utilize are: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Crisis Intervention, Family Systems Therapy, and Play Therapy (for children). I provide both traditional counseling and Christian counseling, upon request of the client.
Family Counseling
(425) 358-4901
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Carol M Christensen, Counselor  in Bothell
“Do you feel anxious or depressed? Have you lost hope that there are answers for your problem? Have you reached a point where you want to give up? As a licensed mental health counselor, my desire is to utilize tools to help you confront your fear, reduce your anxiety, and manage your depression. You can break free from the chains that hold you back. You can start afresh! And you can build a new life! My desire is to encourage you to continue your faith journey to promote long-term healing and growth.
Family Counseling
(888) 725-4642
Bothell, Washington 98021
Manda Cook, Counselor  in Mill Creek
“No one knows you better than you know yourself. This fundamental truth is the starting point for my approach to therapy. My job as a therapist is to come along side you, as the expert about yourself, on your journey of remembering, discovering and living into the fullness of who you are. I'll ask questions to bring you into awareness and act as a sounding board for thoughts you never dared utter. I'll help you to equip yourself with the skills and knowledge you need on your path to wholeness. I look forward to meeting you.
Family Counseling
(206) 489-2884
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Kelsey Scampoli, Counselor  in Marysville
“My thoughts are with those who have been affected by the Marysville Pilchuck tragedy. Please schedule an appointment with someone if you need to talk. Everyone has a journey and along the voyage are phases of pleasure as well as pain. I am here to help guide you through the painful times. I view my role as assisting people who want to work through their interpersonal and intrapersonal difficulties to enjoy life more fully. I work with adolescents and adults and males, females, transgendered, and nonbinary people. Moreover, I work with people who identify as homosexual, gay, lesbian, and bisexual.
Family Counseling
(360) 524-9447
Marysville, Washington 98270
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Family Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for family counseling in Snohomish County or for a Snohomish County family counselor these professionals provide family counseling services, marriage family counseling services and Christian family counseling services. They include child family counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Snohomish 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 Snohomish County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Snohomish County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Snohomish County or family therapy in Snohomish County.