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Nature to Nurture Counseling, Counselor  in Auburn
“Nature to Nurture Counseling came about because I believe if we nurture our inner selves we can achieve happiness. I believe everyone has a purpose no matter what challenges come their way. By using our strengths we can achieve our life's goals and dreams. I use Solution Focus -Strength Base Approach and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy when working with individuals and families. I provide a safe environment for them to help find their strengths, process life's challenges, and find their road to inner peace.
(253) 691-6762
Auburn, Washington 98002
George Frederick Brummell, Counselor  in Auburn
“It is my philosophy that the client is the reason why I became a Therapist, to serve them with client centered psychotherapy. I believe that trust is paramount and cannot be received without the time necessary to develop a honest, warm authentic relationship. I utilize multiple "Theoretical Orientations" to meet each client where they are struggling. I realize there are signs and symptoms which are a common thread with problems individuals and families face. However, each client has unique issues of their own, whether it involves addiction or mental health concerns. I focus on many disorders; addiction, family, marital, and youth counseling.
(253) 336-5015
Auburn, Washington 98002
Gaaren Anderson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Auburn
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT, LMHC
“We will not try to make you do what somebody else wants you to do. We start with your goals & find ways to help you develop the necessary skills. We have found that, if a person's individual wishes are not represented in the solution, it will not work in the long run. So there is a strong emphasis on helping each person take responsibility and control over their own happiness. Some things are better handled individually, and some things are better handled with both people in the room. Our unique blend of individual & couples therapy is quite effective.
(206) 745-0931
Auburn, Washington 98002
Kate M. Walker, LMHC, Counselor  in Auburn
“Are you consumed by worry or guilt? Is your sense of self dependent on the opinions of others? Have you forgotten how to play, be spontaneous, and feel joy in the present moment? Can--and do you--trust yourself to make wise decisions that are in your highest and best good? Everyone is capable of experiencing more satisfaction, peace, success, and self-acceptance. For over 15 years, I've been helping individuals of all ages, couples, and families to do just that.
(253) 299-8095
Auburn, Washington 98002
New Life Counseling Services PLLC, Counselor  in Auburn
“Is your teen often withdrawn, depressed, or angry? Failing at school, acting out at home, causing you sleepless nights? I know it's hard to see your child hurting when they refuse to tell you why. You fear the worst. Parenting was easier when they were small. Kids today are dealing with their feelings in ways that create more problems - self harm, drugs, bullying, sexual pressures are all too common. You're afraid, and I'm here help your child and family deal with the difficult emotions, and unhealthy choices spurred by peer influences or poor judgment. There is hope.
(253) 269-0224
Auburn, Washington 98002
CarePlusCounseling, Counselor  in Auburn
“I have over thirty years experience in clinical and pastoral counseling, and social services case management; with elders, couples, single adults, and adolescents. Through the years there isn't an area or issue that I haven't worked with, one way or another. The range includes family issues, stress management of all kinds, abuse recovery, self-harm, eating disorders, relapse prevention, anxiety and panic attacks, obsessive - compulsive, depression, phase of life changes, personal and workplace grief and loss, adjustment reactions, men's and women's issues, sexual issues, anger issues, life-coaching and assessment, problem-solving and support.
(206) 745-0929
Auburn, Washington 98002
Tanya M Nowak, Counselor  in Auburn
“I believe that every person has the ability to live a happy and fulfilled life. However sometimes they need a little assistance to get back on their path. My goal is to help you find your path. As we begin your journey, we will explore ways to better your life and achieve your goals and desires. We will delve into your family history and see how this influences your life and decisions. Exploring your strengths and weaknesses, we will develop techniques to enhance your strengths and improve on your weaknesses to shape your life to be more positive and productive.
(253) 336-3673
Auburn, Washington 98002
Joanie White, Counselor  in Auburn
“For many people, considering counseling comes during a time of hurt, discouragement, loneliness, shame, or confusion. Thank you for taking the time to consider this important first step in reaching out for help. Whatever your individual situation is, know that when you step into my office you will experience warmth, honesty, and hope. It is my job and my honor to walk along side you to restore wholeness and joy to your life. I look forward to connecting with you soon.
(253) 444-4289
Auburn, Washington 98001
Kathyrn Kemp Chociej  in Auburn
“Welcome! I work with children, adolescents, and adults. When working with clients, I am sensitive to how oppression impacts mental health and hinders our ability to find our place in the world. Some issues we can explore together include: LGBTQ issues, traumatic experiences, coming out, family of origin, depression, anxiety, and building shame resilience. I provide affirmative counseling for trans* and gender queer clients. I believe that therapy should be a choice and I do not view gender dysphoria as a mental health issue. For more information about this perspective, please visit: www.icath.org.
(253) 336-8125
Auburn, Washington 98002
Kathryn Cruze, Counselor  in Auburn
“As a licensed mental health therapist my style is caring, respectful and insightful. I start by helping clients determine what they want to accomplish with therapy, then provide a thorough assessment of relevant past and present contributing factors. I believe with helpful insight, useful communication and stress management tools, and a safe place to explore unresolved grief and trauma, we have a tremendous capacity for healing, and moving beyond our own roadblocks to a fulfilling life. I enjoy my work and feel it is an honor to walk with my clients through this process.
(425) 954-7941
Auburn, Washington 98002
Catherine McAlhaney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Auburn
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Everyone needs help sometimes. When it feels like circumstances and life-pressures are causing you to feel sad, hopeless, stuck, and/or afraid, counseling may help you regain emotional traction and move through the challenges of your life. I believe every person has great internal resources/strengths to uncover or discover solutions for life..I specialize in helping couples/families/individuals improve their relationships and also those who experience anxiety, depression, ADHD, grief, self-worth, divorce, blended-families, healing from infidelity, parenting, and many other individual and relationship issues. I work from a variety of theories, including Cognitive Behavioral, Solution-Focused, and Gottman Relationship Therapy.
(425) 358-4548
Auburn, Washington 98092
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LMHC
“Life is complicated and it is sometimes easy to get off track. I am here to help you acheive YOUR goals. Eighteen years of experience. I counsel couples, families, and individuals using my background in System's Therapy (viewing problems and relationships with their larger context). Since no two people view the world in the same way I have learned many techniques and theories of personal growth. In this way I can tailor a treatment plan uniquely designed for each individual. My counseling style is empathic but direct, offering concrete methods for coping with life's challenges.
(253) 271-4829
Office is near:
Auburn, Washington 98002
Paul Hunziker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Auburn
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CDP
“My ideal client is teen or young adult who is struggling to find a direction in life. They might have problems with school, family, motivation or even substance abuse. Another ideal client is a parent who is at a loss for what to do to help their child succeed in life. This parent or loved one is looking for ways for their child to do better in school, not use drugs or get into fights. I find ways to increase my client's internal motivation to make life changes.
(206) 743-9912
Office is near:
Auburn, Washington 98001
Kay Studevant, Counselor  in Auburn
“Do you feel alone & wish you could find someone caring to listen? Feel stuck & ready for positive change in your life? Have problems with irritability or worry? If you've experienced any kind of trauma, abusive relationships- now or in your past- if you find you just can't get over a marriage or relationship, if you have nightmares, poor sleep, worry too much, and are motivated to be free of it - now is the time to take the steps to move forward in your life! Call to schedule your free consultation today!
(253) 470-4839
Office is near:
Auburn, Washington 98092
Jennifer E Auger, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Auburn
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, MHP, CMHS
“I am a trained marriage and family therapist who enjoys working with children, adolescents, couples and families. I have experience addressing a number of child and family issues, ranging from behavior problems to depression and anxiety. By utilizing family systems theory I can help your family learn to communicate more effectively, build stronger relationships and work past barriers.
(206) 462-3266
Office is near:
Auburn, Washington 98001
“I have gained over eight years of experience serving clients who have concerns in the following areas of mental health: depression, anxiety, trauma, stress management, grief and loss, relationships, and life transitions -- including divorce, dating, career change, acculturation, and issues such as interpersonal and personal-decision making. I provide individual and couples counseling.
(206) 383-0261
Office is near:
Auburn, Washington 98002
Laura Inglis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Auburn
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Are you feeling suicidal? Have you been in an abusive or bullying relationship? Do you struggle finding enjoyment in life? Have you been recommended or ordered to receive a mental health evaluation? I am a licensed clinical social worker and credentialed as a mental health professional by the State of Washington. I am trained and experienced in the areas of crisis intervention, conflict resolution, domestic violence, and various mood disorders. I am also trained in assessment and diagnosis, having performed well over 800 mental health evaluations and assessments. I have worked with both teenagers and adults.
(253) 214-3755
Office is near:
Auburn, Washington 98001
Gregory R. Gates, Counselor  in Auburn
“Are you searching for a therapist who is licensed to address both mental health and chemical dependency issues? Do you prefer a counselor who is a Christian and shares your Christian beliefs? I have several years of counseling experience helping people with Co-Occurring Disorders or Dual Diagnosis (Mental Health and Chemical Dependency). I have dedicated my career to helping people like you to feel better and use the gifts that God has given you to cope with life's challenges. Please join with me and together we will conquer life's challenges with God's help.
(253) 358-2587
Office is near:
Auburn, Washington 98002
“I am a licensed psychologist with over 25 years experience. My goal is to assist you in developing an integrated sense of self, positive relationships, and a lifestyle leading to optimal well-being for you, your family, the community, and the planet. I use a wholistic approach drawing from cognitive-behavioral, family systems, psychodynamic, and health psychology to treat individuals, families, and couples dealing with depression, anxiety, and behavioral or personality issues. I work best with clients who are motivated to understand themselves better and who want to make changes in themselves to improve their lives.
(206) 745-0915
Office is near:
Auburn, Washington 98002
Carly J. Knapp, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Auburn
“My preferred method of practice and my professional strengths involve a combination of our work together, identification and change of negative thougt patterns, and an exploration of sensations and moods that are assoicated with these thoughts. From this and from the experience of understanding and connection, new and healthy patterns of relating to yourself and others in your life can begin to be established and can continue to grow. You can begin to feel a sense of well-being, meaning, and purpose in your personal and professional life.
(253) 237-4987
Office is near:
Auburn, Washington 98001

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