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Therapists in Kirkland

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
Nancy Jewkes Van Noy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kirkland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have extensive experience helping individuals and families learn how to work toward their goals and achieve a higher level of health and happiness. I believe that the past drives the present, and most issues adversly affecting our present emotional health and wellbeing are rooted in past trauma, whether large or small, near or distant. One of my specialties is working with trauma. My years of experience as a daughter, wife, mother and spiritually aware woman, along with my formal education and professional experience have shaped the philosophy that I bring to therapy.
(425) 224-5697
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Ron Shosten, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kirkland
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I believe problems are invitations to change and my job is to learn how you change and to support your method to accomodate your current problem. I acknowledge and empathize with the confusion and hurt you are going through and will listen to how best I can help you sort through your feelings and thoughts and move toward the change that your problem is pointing you to make. My approach acknowledges and supports your vulnerability as well as amplifing your strengths. Solutions always involve coming back to the best in ourselves and coming home to the people we love.
(425) 903-3185
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Yvonne M Clayton, Counselor  in Kirkland
“Are you experiencing relationship difficulties, grief, abuse, stress, anxiety, or depression? Often it is when people notice that other areas of their lives are affected by these issues that they will seek a professional for support and guidance. I provide counseling in an empathetic and supportive environment with the desire to help you feel good about your life and your relationships. Together we will identify strengths that will help enhance your life while meeting individual goals. I believe focusing on your emotional well-being will positively impact you and your family for generations to come.
(425) 941-3359
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Cadence Child & Adolescent Therapy, Psychologist  in Kirkland
“I am a Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Director of Cadence Child & Adolescent Therapy. I work with toddlers, children, adolescents and young adults with attention, social, emotional and behavioral issues and provide support and training to families as part of the overall treatment program. I treat autism spectrum disorders, depression, OCD, anxiety, ADHD and emotion dysregulation. I also provide comprehensive evaluations. Our DBT program addresses adolescent issues that include emotional dysregulation, self-harming behaviors and suicidal thoughts and actions. We provide in-school support at both public and private schools.
(425) 318-7943
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Asha Simpson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kirkland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Everyone goes through different phases in life and sometimes having another perspective to help make that transition less stressful can make the difficult times more manageable. My goal is to provide a safe, respectful and individualized treatment in order to help my clients reach the outcomes they desire. I strive to help my clients achieve their goals through thoughtful participation and devoted advocacy.
(425) 654-5605
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Tiffany Schmitz  in Kirkland
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(206) 971-6667
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
Anna Satenstein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kirkland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Do you want to stress less, relate well & live mindfully? Good therapy & learning transform insight into action & satisfaction. My work with individuals, couples & groups integrates the art of therapy & the science of interpersonal neurobiology. I have a strength based & holistic approach to help you grow personally & relationally. You bring honesty, willingness & effort in & between sessions. I've been working with individuals, couples & groups as therapist & educator for 30 years. I am a Certified Relational Life Therapist & an ADHD couples therapist & meditation guide. Life-long learning, mindfulness & a sense of humor keep me professionally & personally focused & growing.
(425) 409-2559
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Gerry Presar, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kirkland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“With so many choices, how do you choose the right therapist for you? You need someone with not only the professional skills to help you, but a style that fits who you are. I bring both my strengths as a therapist as well as a lifetime of personal and professional experience in different realms. I leverage my real-world background together with my marriage and family therapy expertise to help you understand and address your real-world issues in a practical way that focuses on results.
(425) 610-8887
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Christin LaRue Marshall, Counselor  in Kirkland
“Relationships are what bring us joy in our lives, but sometimes despite our best efforts we come upon a stumbling block. We find ourselves struggling or unable to connect to those we love and sometimes even to ourselves. Maybe issues from past relationships get in the way, maybe there is a trauma to the relationship (such as illness, job loss, or simply entering a new stage of life such as parenthood or midlife). There may have been an infidelity, loss of job, or emotional issues such as depression / anxiety. Often we just feel a lack of connection we once had.
(425) 610-7941
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Lisa Jill Gerber, Counselor  in Kirkland
“Welcome to the Practice of Jill Gerber Psychotherapist. My approach is to offer a gentle and supportive environment for people who are experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction, life cycle changes, family conflict, grief & loss, and relationship challenges. I work with individuals, couples, adolescents and families. This practice is geared to access the innate wisdom and ability of people to attain healing and self understanding with a heightened awareness gained through the therapeutic process and relationship. Because of this, I reject a one-size-fits-all approach and work to meet people where they are presently to meet their goals.
(206) 715-0374
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Jordan Anderson, Counselor  in Kirkland
“I have over 20 years of experience working with people in various settings and with a variety of symptoms and concerns including: depression, anxiety, social anxiety, panic, PTSD and Complex PTSD, physical pain, marital and family conflict, parenting topics, working with adolescents, and grief and loss healing. I have experience working in the chemical dependency field, crisis intervention, and with dual-diagnoses. I am a Certified Hypnotherapist and can help with the following topics: trauma, anxiety, phobia, depression, headaches, pain, weight, grief, and spiritual questions.
(206) 535-1637
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Meghan A Juretic, Psychologist  in Kirkland
“I provide individual therapy to adolescents and adults to address a variety of concerns and stressors. I believe in the importance of building a warm, therapeutic relationship in which you feel supported, understood, and challenged. I use a positive, interactive style of therapy to help you build on your strengths, improve coping skills, and make lasting change. I have specialized training working with anxiety disorders, PTSD, and recovery from trauma. I also enjoy working with clients to improve issues of depression, chronic pain/health concerns, stress, and relationship conflict.
(425) 409-3118
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Katherine Walter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kirkland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CSW-G
“We face many transitions in our lives: coping with chronic illness, adjusting to new parenthood, finding a new path after a divorce, assisting aging parents as they need more care, exploring sexual orientation and gender identity, and many others. There is a myriad of situations that, at times, can stretch our ability to manage in our world. With these changes we can feel stress and sorrow, but we can also find the opportunity to grow and find a new path. My role is to work with you to help you draw on your strengths and help you clarify your goals.
(425) 402-7253
Kirkland, Washington 98034
Merrie Day, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kirkland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, MA, LMFT
“Is life a struggle? Are your relationships causing you distress? Do you feel anxious, sad, or angry too much of the time. Do you want help in creating change that is lasting? Often we remain unaware of the limitations we place on ourselves and need a trained outside observer to help us recognize and change behaviors that keep us stuck.Together in therapy we focus on what you need to create a fulfilling life where you can feel connected and present with others and yourself. I will help you claim your happiness and emotional well being.
(425) 954-5847
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Mary Elizabeth Shields, Counselor  in Kirkland
“"When will I ever be good enough?" if you struggle with this question therapy can help. I work with people suffering from anxiety, mood Disorders (Depression, Bipolar), PTSD and trauma. The work centers around learning to identify and challenge negative beliefs and internal conflicts that hold you back from a satisfying life. I've been in the field over 15 years and am committed to helping clients build better relationships with themselves and with loved ones. As a professional, I view therapy as a partnership between therapist and client.
(206) 317-1908
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
Toni Evans, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kirkland
“When working with me, my primary concern is building a therapeutic relationship of trust and safety. I want to help you through life's challenges, struggles and transitions. Whether you are depressed, anxious, conflicted, or uncertain of the path you should take in life; I will assist you with giving you the space and the tools necessary to transition and be successful. You are not alone. I take pride in meeting you where you are and building on your strengthens, teaching ways to cope and adjust.
(425) 274-2985
Kirkland, Washington 98034
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
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