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Therapists in Mill Creek

Kay Reimers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mill Creek
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker I offer specialized education and training in clinical social work. Social Work influence is strength based and solution focused. Treatment is interactive, assisting you to identify areas of personal strengths; and use these strengths to address life stressors. Goal of our therapeutic relationship will be to facilitate emotional growth emphasizing self determination and client directed therapy. As Parent Educator, I work with parents seeking to gain knowledge to prevent behavior problems and when needed gain skills to reduce and correct disruptive behaviors
(425) 247-1749
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Rozina Lakhani, Psychiatrist  in Mill Creek
“Are you suffering from Depression that is not as evident and acceptable to others like a fracture, yet way more debilitating in many ways? I can help! I am a board certified Psychiatrist ( i.e a Medical Doctor with specialization in Psychiatry) with more than 15 years of experience. Although I treat full range of psychiatric problems, I am passionate about helping people suffering from resistant Depression ( i.e depression that has not responded to at least one full trial of an antidepressant), using both medications and other non-medication tools including TMS.
(425) 654-3508
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Marian Lee Maynard, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Mill Creek
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Often my clients with relationship concerns state: having trouble trusting others, feeling stuck in life or a relationship, believing others needs are more important than their own, and not kowing their needs or expecting others will know what they need. Clients coming to my office often have a feeling that they have come to the end of "their rope" in relationships with a lover, a friend, or a work situation. I can help them see that there are many options and that having right tools and skill will bring about the change they are seeking. Depression and anxiety are present.
(425) 374-1203
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Suzanne M. Snyder, MA, LMHC, Counselor  in Mill Creek
“Therapy works. Whatever concerns have brought you here, you can make the changes necessary to find greater happiness and satisfaction in yourself and your relationships with others. This requires dedication, hard work and a willingness to explore behavioral patterns with the support of a skilled caring therapist. As we walk this path together in a safe, nurturing therapeutic environment, you will develop a greater understanding of self and acquire the tools needed to meet your goals. Resolving the issues that lie beneath the symptoms of anxiety, panic attacks, OCD, depression, PTSD and difficulties in communication will allow you to live the rewarding life you deserve.
(425) 440-3315
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Mill Creek Family Svcs - Counseling Associates, Counselor  in Mill Creek
“COUNSELING FOR YOU AND THE ONES YOU CARE ABOUT MOST... Our services are designed to help you and the ones you love overcome personal, relationship and family difficulties. We help you develop skills and insights that can immediately make a difference in your life.
(425) 903-3843 x1
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Amy A. Wilter, Psychologist  in Mill Creek
“I work with adults experiencing anxiety, depression, mood swings, and PTSD. My approach is strengths-based and collaborative. I work with clients to enhance personal strengths while offering additional tools found in cognitive-behavioral treatments and DBT mindfulness-based skills. When indicated, I incorporate EMDR to treat PTSD; reduce anxiety and depression symptoms; and strengthen coping skills including spiritual resources. For clients seeking insight into how early relationships may be impacting their current relationships and well-being, I offer exploration in an accepting, interactive therapy relationship.
(206) 504-2178
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Sheila Weisbrod, Counselor  in Mill Creek
“My approach to therapy is warm and collaborative. I believe growth comes from enhancing our understanding of ourselves and learning to make choices that can lead us to greater freedom and lasting positive change. Removing symptoms, changing self-defeating patterns, improving self-esteem, working with our strengths, and developing healthy relationships are each a part of this meaningful process. Throughout our lives we all experience times when we feel alone and stuck. Working with an experienced caring professional who will actively listen and understand can help us achieve a greater sense of personal satisfaction in ourselves and in our relationships.
(253) 248-4520
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Karla Campbell, Counselor  in Mill Creek
“Counseling is a deeply personal journey. I work to empower and guide clients toward their own unique solutions that can bring order and managability to life and to relationships. Individuals will be challenged to discover their own unique areas of strength upon which to build skill in overcoming problems and issues that contribute to feeling "stuck." Couples will be challenged to identify individual and collective patterns that interfere with relational closeness, safety, and intimacy. Older children and teenagers will be encouraged to learn valuable skills to help them cope with life's struggles in an environment of safety and trust.
(425) 247-1945
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
“My specialties include: Depression Anxiety Marriage and Couples Anger Management Aging and Geriatric Issues Singleness Codependency and Boundaries Sexual Abuse
(425) 440-3015
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
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.
(425) 358-4901
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
David G Rasmussen, Psychologist  in Mill Creek
“When someone comes for psychotherapy its because of emotional pain that feels unbearable. Everyone has blindspots, and a crisis can be growth producing when caring, understanding, and respect are offered during vulnerable times of life. To my way of thinking, by strengthening self- awareness of the depth and breadth of the intricacies of one's own emotions and thoughts, there is tremendous help in facing the challenges of living. As psychotherapy continues past a beginning point, discoveries and learning occur through a joint effort, gathering a fuller appreciation of the events in life that have led to a crucial point.
(425) 337-7133
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Sue Morrin Counseling, LLC,   in Mill Creek
“I am a Psychotherapist with a private practice in Mill Creek Washington. I work from an Object Relations foundation utilizing a psychodynamic perspective. Therapy with me may incorporate relational theory, mindfulness, art, and the narrative of your story. It is my belief that history and experiences inform who we are and that the development of who we are occurs throughout our lifetimes, being both harmed and healed, grown and guided, within relationships.
(218) 666-1311
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Adrianne Altman, Psychologist  in Mill Creek
“Welcome and thank you for visiting my page. I am a Clinical Psychologist who has experience and interest in working with individuals of various ages, families, and couples. I specialize in adolescents and adults who are struggling with eating disorders or other eating issues, negative body image, and low self-esteem. Often, people I see are also dealing with depression, anxiety, perfectionism, past trauma, loss, adjustment, stress, and life changes. In addition, I see women and couples struggling with the emotional aspects of infertility and the various choices involved, as well as general relationship issues.
(425) 224-5458
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
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.
(206) 489-2884
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CMHS
“At Reach Therapeutic Interventions we don't just provide talk therapy, but focus on teaching skills to maintain therapy. We have a genuine interest in the client's well-being and offer a new way of thinking about or means of addressing issues. We promise a down-to-earth, but focused approach that keeps you comfortable while working towards tangible results. Together, we can overcome what's bothering you and get you moving in the right direction.
(425) 279-7286
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Catherine E Stafford, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mill Creek
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, I specialize in families struggling with challenging behaviors at home or school, regardless of the age of the child. Having worked for over 20 years across clinical settings, I have extensive experience with children presenting with the struggles of ADHD, ODD/CD, anxiety, depression and ASD. My goal is to empower parents, by supporting the creation of lasting, positive change, through a combination of 1:1 counseling and parent coaching. My therapeutic model is solution focused, Cognitive-Behavioral, short term and based in a foundation of the Nurtured Heart Approach philosophy.
(425) 409-6063
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Theresia Richardson, Counselor  in Mill Creek
“I provide counseling services for individual women, couples, families, and groups in the north Seattle area. I offer a sliding scale to those in need. My therapy services are relational, as I firmly believe that we are both hurt and healed within the context of relationships. As such, my goal in working with patients is to create a warm and inviting space to explore and process personal challenges and to establish a trusting relationship through which painful things can be confronted.
(425) 903-8955
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
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.
(206) 451-7944
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Deborah Mauldin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mill Creek
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My life's work has been devoted to helping raise healthy families. Having been a clinician for over 30 years, I have a wealth of experience working all age groups, toddlers, preschoolers, children, teens, young adults, adults, as individuals, families, or in groups - coping with issues ranging from everyday family concerns and adjustments to severe trauma and distress. My early years were with the Child Guidance Centers (CGCOC.org) and the last 22 years I've been in private practice.
(425) 374-1233
Mill Creek, Washington 98012
Laurie Sirotkin, MSW, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mill Creek
“My interest is to help you find solutions to struggles with depression, anxiety, interpersonal tension, low self-esteem, lifestyle changes, marital discord, and trauma. Within each session, I offer you a nurturing, supportive environment to face problems that may have seemed insurmountable in the past. I am a practically focused therapist, with a goal of helping you to be aware of your strengths, so that you will realize your potential, your dreams, and experience joy. You are unique, and we will provide you with experienced, focused attention, as well as care that is specifically designed to meet your needs.
(360) 499-2390
Mill Creek, Washington 98012

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