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Therapists in Bellingham

Tara Ettlin, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I approach the therapeutic process as a powerful opportunity for clients to cultivate change and deepen awareness in their lives. I create a compassionate and accepting therapeutic environment where clients can feel safe to explore opportunities for personal and interpersonal growth.
(360) 529-5105
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Ane Berrett, Counselor  in Bellingham
“Have you experienced a loss that is impacting your quality of life? My focus is to support individuals who are experiencing chronic grief, trauma, depression, anxiety, identity confusion, or developmental adjustments as a result of traumatic events, environmental changes or life transitions. As you engage in a therapeutic trusting relationship, your core strengths, values, insights and resilence will emerge to gain balance. Humans are in a continual process of transformation. When our developmental process is interrupted by an event, loss or stuck in the social structures we live in, an opportunity for new growth becomes possible.
(360) 523-7065
Bellingham, Washington 98226
Margaret Mary Pierce, Counselor  in Bellingham
“Therapy can be interesting and moving, and it can also be difficult. I help you balance these dynamics for lasting change. My approach is strength-based, positive and individually tailored to your needs. We begin by identifying your strengths and look at the places where you are able to use them and the blocks you are experiencing. Through engaging, supportive and challenging discussion, exercises and practice, you will come to different understandings and experiences in your relationships with others and with yourself. I have post-graduate training in Clinical Hypnosis for individuals and Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples and Individuals.
(360) 209-2768
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Escarleth Milena De Leon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bellingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“Are you experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship issues or want some assistance overcoming challenges in life? I am here to assist you in your journey to unlock hope, healing and growth within you,and to excel in your relationships. Ofrezco consejeria en español para individuos, parejas y familias.
(360) 761-1954
Bellingham, Washington 98229
Brittany Bruner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bellingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CMHS
“I welcome each client to bring into therapy their own unique history, and emotional experience, as well as their personal and relational challenges. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I believe we learn about ourselves, and our world, in relation to others. I enjoy working with families, couples, children, and adolescents. While providing a safe, therapeutic space, I help clients to interact and relate to others, and themselves, in new ways. I view the family and/or individual as embedded in larger family, community, and cultural systems, and help to navigate these sometimes difficult environments.
(360) 328-7752
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Roberta L Hillaire, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I enjoy working with people confronting a wide range of issues. Together we work to highlight and tap into your unique personal strengths and abilities, increase your self-awareness, and identify strategies to create the outcome that will work for you. I am passionate about the interconnection of the mind, body and spirit, and the importance of connection to self and community. In my role as a therapist I see myself as a guide in a collaborative journey with you, creating balance and healing through the rediscovery of self, connection to family and community, your personal and collective wisdom.
(360) 464-9384
Bellingham, Washington 98229
Claire E Mannino, Counselor  in Bellingham
“What if you could take control of your past, present and future? With a little support, you can. Everyone can benefit from a little, or a lot, of counseling. I offer a FREE consultation to get things started. Counseling should not be scary or stressful. My goal is to create a safe space where you can be honest and real. It takes great courage to seek help. To heal, grow and thrive people need a truly non-judgmental space in which to explore strengths, weaknesses, fears, past, present, and hopes for the future. I am real, kind, honest, and trustworthy.
(253) 655-2713
Bellingham, Washington 98225
James Marten, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I specialize in working with children, adolescents and adults struggling with anxiety, depression, fear, low self-esteem or chronic stress. I have an extensive background working with male survivors of physical, sexual or emotional abuse. Many clients developed unhealthy coping mechanisms in response to those abuses and a significant role of therapy is to identify and break unhealthy behavior patterns and develop healthy alternatives. Unhealthy behavior may include irrational feelings of guilt, shame or responsibility for the action of others. We will work collaboratively to identify and disprove the unhealthy cognition's behind such feelings.
(573) 826-4785
Bellingham, Washington 98229
Karen King, Counselor  in Bellingham
“You know yourself best, and are already doing positive things that are helping to solve the problems you have. My job is to help you and your family recognize the skills and abilities you already possess, as well as help you find the solutions you need. I view myself as the expert at the change you want to make, and you are the expert of you. This is our core philosophy that will characterize our work together.
(360) 529-3544
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Morgan M Mitchell, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I'm a licensed mental health counselor with an office in the beautiful and historic Fairhaven District. I focus on the importance of using a direct style of communication to empower individuals and couples to find inner strengths and make positive movement to achieve desired outcomes. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, or relationship issues, my education, experience and passion for human development and success will surely be an asset to your support system!
(360) 339-8813
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Lisa Harmon, Counselor  in Bellingham
“With a mindfulness-based approach to counseling, I work with adults, adolescents, individuals and couples to develop confidence in processing and managing issues such as: chronic pain, chronic illness, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationships and life transitions. A mindful approach to counseling begins with a present and compassionate therapist and may evolve into the client learning specific mindfulness techniques, ranging from breath work to developing a personal meditation practice, as best fits each individual. Together, we may also work with cognitive-behavioral, relaxation and psychoeducational techniques to develop an awareness of the mind/body connection and how that connection is relevant to your experience.
(360) 610-4082
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Drew Weidenbacher, Counselor  in Bellingham
“Drew works with clients in an interactive style to help bring about awareness in the here and now. He works with trauma related illness, depression, anxiety, domestic violence as well as co-occurring illness concurrent with addiction. Drew works primarily with adults and adolescents. He uses a variety of approaches in therapy such as CBT, psycho-education and systemic to help bring about awareness and help clients conquer their irrational beliefs and traumatic illness.
(360) 200-7690
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Tiffaney Amber Coletti Turnage, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bellingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, PsyD, ABD
“Thrive's integrative therapy approach is best described as technical eclecticism. This approach identifies the change process as multifaceted and targets goals that reflect the entire person, to include emotional, social, physical, financial, and spiritual health.Our therapy approaches are successful because we offer applicable, action-oriented therapies that utilize the practice of mindfulness and tailored treatment plans. Goals and objectives reflect patients' unique histories, individual desires, strengths, and other viable strategies for achieving overall wellness.
(360) 972-3650
Bellingham, Washington 98229
Victor H. Plucy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bellingham
“Victor H. Plucy has been in practice for 22 years. During that time he has seen a wide range of clients and is skilled with anxiety, depression, transitions, marriage/ relationships; and his orientation addresses spiritual needs. He is passionate about helping clients live meaningful lives. Sub-specialties include sleep disorders, weight management and sports psychology. Victor relies heavily on building trust-filled counseling relationships in order to pursue the kinds of challenges that clients experience and combines that with client centered/solution-based psychotherapy.
(360) 223-2514
Bellingham, Washington 98226
Alexandra M. Knezo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bellingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“Live the life you choose! Let me assist you in recognizing your own courage and transform frustration into strength! I utilize an integrative approach based on a strengths model of treatment. I have been trained in psycho-dynamic, interpersonal, solutions-focused, family systems, empowerment, cognitive and behavioral therapies. I will work with you to create a treatment plan that best meets your needs. We will work together to address challenges you are facing and identify solutions to cope. In addition, I will coordinate with other providers such as psychiatrists, teachers, and physicians who are on your wellness team.
(360) 529-5687
Bellingham, Washington 98226
Matt Meyer, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I work with individuals in a variety of areas including depression and anxiety. I view ones faith as a key resource for clients to find resilience, hope, and comfort in hard times. Therapy is often collaborative, holistic, and flexible, with the intention of empowering individuals to meet specific goals. For more information visit my profile at www.BridgingCounseling.com or www.MiddlePathCounseling.com.
(360) 205-2175
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Aimee Innes, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I give a free 30-minute consultation because I am convinced that therapy is for EVERYONE. For individuals, couples and families, therapy is an opportunity to heal painful wounds, improve communication, discover why you face the same challenges over and over, and get to know your most authentic self. This WILL LEAD to improvements in your overall life satisfaction. No matter the presenting concern: anxiety, depression, anger, loss, sexuality or any major life transition, therapy can be an intensely rewarding and life altering process.
(360) 545-3958
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Penny L Hougland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bellingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, QCSW
“I work with adults, couples, and families who are facing a wide range of issues, such as depression, trauma, anxiety, grief, relationship difficulty and the effects of major life transitions. I have worked in the field of mental health for 32+ years. My counseling approach focuses on assisting clients to develop healthy relationships, to work through trauma, to understand deeper and unknown aspects of the self, and to help to discover one's originality and creativity. I work with clients to develop greater insight, self-understanding, and healing, leading to a deeper sense of authenticity, meaning, and awareness.
(360) 707-4681
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Cyndy Sheldon, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I am here to understand the depth of what you are going through. Whatever your symptoms are: anxiety, depression, fear, dissatisfaction, unhappiness, worry, deep concern - all are important. They probably fall within the five areas that cover most everything in our lives: Relationships, Career, Health, Money & Spirituality. I will do my utmost to help you find new ways to work with your life concerns, expand your understanding, and co-explore the intricacies of your existence with you. You also may be struggling with the unknown, the angst of not knowing what our future holds during these unprecedented and difficult times.
(360) 707-4207
Bellingham, Washington 98226
Mark Lazich, Counselor  in Bellingham
“Mark Lazich, a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, received his Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology from Southern Oregon University. He has training in cognitive behavioral therapy, which is influenced by his existential-humanistic and multicultural orientations. He has further post-graduate training in the areas of child and family therapy, chronic mental illness, developmental disabilities, EMDR, DBT, motivational interviewing, and men’s issues. Mark serves primarily adults, adolescents and their families. He views the psychotherapy process as a collaborative effort between the client and himself. He believes that self-acceptance and responsibility are essential to a healthy existence.
(360) 529-5001
Bellingham, Washington 98225

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