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Therapists in Kirkland

Suzanne Shadix, Psychiatric Nurse  in Kirkland
“Are you having struggles with feeling down or anxious? Do you get frustrated with others telling you to "just chin up and deal with it?" Perhaps you're feeling a bit stuck in your relationship or job (or lack thereof)? Have you tried therapy before only to find that it wasn't the right fit for you or you didn't feel heard or respected? I tailor my approach to you, the individual, working with you to determine the areas in your life you would like some help.
(206) 708-3777
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Emily Sinclair, Counselor  in Kirkland
“Without judgment or pathologizing, I will help you accept "what is" so you can create "what can be." People naturally move toward healthier lives and choices with the right support: empathy, authentic compassion, sincere curiosity, and validation. Together we will establish a comfort zone in therapy. In the safe haven of my office, you can explore your inner world, discover your voice, put words to your story, and move through and beyond your suffering - to find healing, peace, and joy. My clients report increased self-awareness and personal growth, more meaningful insights, stronger connections, and greater satisfaction in life.
(206) 735-4876
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Joy B. Rome, Counselor  in Kirkland
“Joy works with relationship problems of all kinds: separation and divorce, workplace stresses, blended-family concerns, and recently, internet abuse. Areas of special concentration are in pre-marital and marital counseling. Helping clients to discover the emotional triggers that escalate and rekindle fights, helps couples to identify and express their feelings as they learn to talk from their heart, get past the "blame game", and switch from being adversarial into being a thoughtful, caring, passionate couple without either one losing their own identity. Joy counsel's individuals as well as couples with a specialty in working with creative artists.
(425) 610-6943
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Michael A Pastore, Counselor  in Kirkland
“Mike Pastore, Ph.D provides counseling for adults and adolescents in individual, family, and group psychotherapy. Mike specializes in working on issues related to anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and adult life transition issues. Mike works in an eclectic manner with a strong orientation towards brief depth psychotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Mike is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC).
(206) 518-9970
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Karen Morton, Counselor  in Kirkland
“I focus my counseling work with women and teen girls. Women often see me for support through a personal or professional loss; or for help navigating through a difficult situation. My work with teenage girls centers around helping them sort through the common perils and of adolescence. If you are a parent, my role as your teen's counselor is to heal wounds that have lead to their current behavior and to cultivate a foundation of healthy decision making in the teen for the future.
(206) 701-6356
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Bent M Meyer, Counselor  in Kirkland
“"Who am I?" This question often painfully surfaces during long periods of depression, powerlessness, helplessness or despair. The search of the real self seems to lead into empty spaces, or severe self-contempt. Therapy is a process of exploring and experiencing the real you. The journey is one where you explore your internal physical and cognative world in the context safety. Therapy may be tremendously beneficial. Experiencing emotional regulation, which becomes part of you is key to the therapeutic process. The journey is enhanced, since you are safely not alone.
(206) 981-3109
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Mary Rawson Foreman, PhD, PLLC, Psychologist  in Kirkland
“With offices in Kirkland and in Seattle, I have a specialty of working with Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD). Clients who see me benefit from our open relationship where they make changes and grow. Male client often see benefits from my style which is both gentle and change- focused. I run groups for Women with ADHD, women who work with me benefit from a supportive relationship where they are able to see results from their work in therapy. I am both a psychologist and an art therapist which adds to my tools to help create change.
(425) 358-4751
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Christine M Nicholson, Psychologist  in Kirkland
“The primary focus of my private practice is the treatment of troubled children and teens. Treatment may extend to all members of the family because each individual influences the growth and healing of the patient. I specialize in the effects of divorce, family violence, and early attachment issues and their effect on the development of the Self. I believe protecting, understanding and nurturing the health and welfare of our children and their caregivers helps insure a better future for us all.
(425) 780-5959
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Nancy Merrill, Counselor  in Kirkland
“Whether you want to solve a specific problem or make more sweeping changes, I can help by providing therapy that is tailored to your specific situation and needs. I work at empowering you to make the changes you identify as important. It is often useful to gain an understanding of your unique life experiences. Problems may occur as a result of some current stress or crisis or as a result of old patterns getting in the way of current functioning. Together we can identify, challenge and change old patterns that are causing pain or learn new skills to deal with immediate problems.
(425) 296-8857
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Beatrice Joe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kirkland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“If you are seeking a therapist, you might be feeling anxious, depressed or suffering from difficulties in your interpersonal relationship. Your issues may be situational or be related to a history or pattern in your life. In therapy, I will explore different facets of these issues. I will assist you in understanding the various dynamics underlying your situation, problem solve and teach coping strategies.
(425) 312-6334
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Misty DeClark, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kirkland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, CMHS
“Are you struggling with chaos, family conflict, anxiety, depression, or feelings that you have no way to get control of your life back? Are you looking for a way to begin moving forward again? You deserve a life without the of cycle of problems, reactions, and pain. I would love to help you find that life. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process that respects and involves the client, adapting techniques to the needs of the individual. Whether you are dealing with divorce, mental illness, or a rough patch in your life, I believe we can overcome it.
(425) 374-0701
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Veronica Paige, Counselor  in Kirkland
“Are you struggling? As a couple? In your relationships? With major change, self-worth, or trauma? I want to listen, understand, and support you; you will find me empathetic and non-judgmental. Let me help you use life's challenging times as a springboard for growth and change. By looking at your family systems and exploring undiscovered insights, I help you uncover core patterns and issues in past and present relationships. I'll help you develop strategies and skills to help you survive and thrive in the days ahead. Let's create a safe haven for your healing journey!
(206) 455-7110
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Adam Johns, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kirkland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFTA
“I am a geek, and a therapist. I work with individuals, couples and families and I specialize in working with geeks, gamers, and people who work in the tech industry. If you're struggling in your relationships with your partner/family members, or simply feeling anxious or sad and you're not sure why, I can help. We can work together to find the tools and strength that you need to create positive change. I often help people with social skill growth, anxiety, depression, autism spectrum disorders, grief, and communication between couples or family members.
(425) 654-5245
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Steve Dulaney, Counselor  in Kirkland
“Are you a Christian man who feels that life's difficulties are keeping you from enjoying relationship with your wife and God? What if you had the ability to handle difficult situations with more grace and turn to God in times of difficulty instead of unhealthy choices? There is hope in facing your hidden behaviors and being honest with those you love. We can provide you with the skills to cope with life and relationship difficulties. We have worked with many men who struggle just as you do. Restoration and healing are possible.
(425) 286-8986
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Whitney L. Dibble, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kirkland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“In my private practice, my approach to therapy concerns whole person care. I pay attention to the biological health, mental health, social and relational connectedness, and spiritual dimensions of people. I hold a systemic perspective in my work with clients; which recognizes that we are all embedded within varying familial, social, and cultural contexts that inform the way we live and relate to others. I also practice as a Medical Family Therapist. I help clients facing biomedical diagnosis and chronic illness, and the relational challenges that go along with these struggles.
(206) 429-6712
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Karen Richards, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kirkland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I specialize in Couples Therapy and in helping people have profound and meaningful connections with their partner. I listen to you, and get your thoughts and goals first. Together we pinpoint where you are stuck, what negative interactions and patterns are hurting your relationship and get you unstuck.
(425) 224-6723
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Kirkland Psychotherapy Inc, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kirkland
“Are you suffering from concerns related to depression, anxiety, OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder), phobias, grief, anger management, family or marital conflict, parenting, or adjustment to major life change? I can help you. Those best served by my care are curious about themselves and their relationships and willing to experiment with new ways of thinking and relating. They are looking to have someone join them on a path of self discovery and are willing to experiment with change. For 25 years I have helped individual adults, pre-teens, teens, families, and couples achieve happy successful lives and relationships.
(425) 522-3969
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Jeanne M Reina, Counselor  in Kirkland
“I am passionate about this work we do together. Creating a safe, non-judgmental, confidential environment where you are free to express yourself in whatever way you are most comfortable. I specialize in working with individuals and couples struggling with life transitions, loss, communication breakdowns, emotional turmoil, trauma, and PTSD. Together we explore patterns of behavior that no longer work for you and discover new ways of being. You gain insight into yourself with a deeper understanding and acceptance of who you truly are. My approach is gentle, collaborative, and straightforward, with the goals of insight, self-awareness, and healing.
(425) 903-3193
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“I particularly enjoy working with adolescents, young adults and their families. I see adolescence (ages 12 to the mid-twenties) as a time of exciting personal growth, emotional intensity, and creativity. It is also a very challenging time for both the adolescent and their family. I believe that as a therapist I can assist both the adolescent and their family in making sense of and successfully navigating these exciting changes and challenges.
(425) 947-2020
Kirkland, Washington 98034
“My clients include children from 4 to 12 years, teens, young adults, men and women. I especially enjoy working with parents, siblings, and grandparents. I have been fortunate to work with these populations for the last 20years as a counselor and previously with children, parents, and grandparents as a teacher for 13 years. I believe my role as a counselor is to provide a safe place for clients to identify places they feel stuck in relationships, school, work or life choices. Clients will be encouraged to build on their strengths and learn new skills for better problem solving.
(425) 321-5875
Kirkland, Washington 98034
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