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ABLE Counseling Services, LLC, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“ABLE Counseling Services provides therapeutic individual, family, couples, and group counseling for folks dealing with a variety of issues. Our specialties include, but are not limited to: Anxiety Disorders, Mood Disorders, Trauma, LGBT issues, Codependence, Sex/Love Addiction. Poly/Kink Friendly!
(206) 347-8149
Seattle, Washington 98104
“I am currently a licensed associate working toward my Independent Clinical Social Work License. In my clinical practice, I enjoy working with children, teens, and young adults by utilizing a Cognitive Behavioral and Family Systems approach. In addition to my clinical work, I act as a transition specialist for a local inclusion school. My education and clinical training focused around providing treatment and assessment services for children, adolescents, and young adults presenting with behavioral, emotional, and neurodevelopmental difficulties in both clinical and residential settings.
(206) 466-5649
Seattle, Washington 98133
Jamelyn Keatts, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with individuals ages 13+. This includes a few areas in which I focus: adolescents and young adults. I am experience working with anxiety, depression, relational issues, trauma/abuse, life transitions, body image, self-esteem, self-harm, sexuality and spirituality. As an athlete, artist, not-so-secret mathematician and passionate pursuer of life, I am about working towards wellness-- specifically through the work of psychotherapy. This includes working with the biological, social, psychological and spiritual aspects of our human condition.
(408) 837-7361
Seattle, Washington 98102
Eileen Stein, MSSW, LICSW, Counselor  in Seattle
“I established my practice to provide sound therapy to those who are seeking to grow, heal, transition--to shift from established ways of coping that are no longer helpful and to heal from past pains that cause present distress. My approach is very engaging and practical and helps individuals and couples manage and experience their life and relationships in more stable and positive ways. I am able to help those with a myriad of life's stresses and complex emotions. For me, the client-therapist relationship is an honor and a privilege as we share this work together.
(206) 745-0903
Seattle, Washington 98109
Rachel Lordkenaga, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am passionate about the therapeutic relationship. This work entails identifying issues and concerns and processing them in a constructive way. I am interested in holding hope for you on this journey, even when you are feeling hopeless. I think it is important to understand the connection between the mind and the body as well as the past and the present as challenges are confronted. I find the use of creativity, both in art making and perspective changing, very healing. It is an honor to guide you in the process of creating the life you desire.
(253) 245-1434
Seattle, Washington 98104
Aaron A Strong, Counselor  in Seattle
“Self-awareness and self-acceptance are ongoing goals that are the cornerstones of most of the work I do. I encourage awareness practices and mindfulness techniques to connect the client with his or her moment-to-moment experience, as a means of continual opening to and acceptance of present reality. I believe that as people become more accepting of themselves, and more aware of their thoughts, emotions and actions, they are more capable of making decisions which lead to happiness and fulfillment in their lives. I accept Regence & Premera Blue Cross/Blue Sheild, LifeWise, Uniform & First Choice Health insurances.
(206) 326-8848
Seattle, Washington 98102
Shelley Green, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“Perfectionism, anxiety, stress, worry: I CAN HELP. Anxiety is a slippery beast. In many contexts, it's extremely helpful. It motivates us to prepare for an upcoming presentation or exam. It helps us perform well when it matters most. It keeps us focused on safety and reminds us to prepare for the future. Sometimes though, it gets out of hand. A drive to succeed can become perfectionism, where expectations become unrealistic and a failure to meet them brings intense suffering. Life's bumps can overwhelm with stress, and keep us up at night trying to plan for every possible future.
(206) 866-6735
Seattle, Washington 98104
Tom Buffington, Counselor  in Seattle
“I currently have Friday Afternoon openings. I recommend meeting for 3 sessions to see if our professional relationship is beneficial to you.
(206) 745-5761
Seattle, Washington 98122
Caitlin 'Sawyer' Mcmonagle, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I support teens, young adults, and families to navigate the transitions and stressful moments in their life. I empower young people to be engaged in counseling and create the life they want to live. I have an anti-oppression and humanistic approach to counseling. I identify areas of internalized oppression and offer contradictions to the messages they receive everyday. I believe that each person is inherently good and loveable and I work with individuals and families to rediscover their playfulness. I am trained in evidence-based practices such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for behavior, trauma, anxiety, and depression.
(206) 922-4475
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jennifer Creson, Counselor  in Seattle
“I believe that people are already whole and that what we perceive as our brokenness usually comes from some kind of disconnection from ourselves and other people. Anxiety, depression, a general feeling of loneliness or feeling unloveable, all these stem from these disconnections. I value and honor each person's individual experiences and needs, acknowledging that many of us lose our sense of our uniqueness along life's path. I hope to help you learn more about your self-worth in the face of previous relationships, families, and systems that have told you you aren't good enough.
(206) 841-1198
Seattle, Washington 98102
Eric Lichter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am a licensed psychotherapist in the state of Washington. I work with children, teens, adults and couples who are at a place in their life where they are wanting or needing to make a change, but sometimes not sure how to go about it. My approach encourages clients to take responsibility for their lives but also helps to uncover what obstacles have gotten in the way of them feeling powerful, happy, and in charge of their direction in life.
(206) 504-3752
Seattle, Washington 98112
Allyson Henry, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“It is important to feel supported and encouraged as you begin your courageous journey of self-discovery. Together we will create a safe space that will enable us to identify blockages and access your inner strengths and resources. As your insight and awareness increase, you will find yourself breaking free from the barriers that have been restricting your growth and desire for change.. I have long-term training and experience in couples and family therapy and an affinity for working with couples going through the divorce process or trying to recover from infidelity.
(206) 557-3918
Seattle, Washington 98122
Michael Sibrava, Counselor  in Seattle
“I provide supportive, client centered therapy to encourage growth after trauma. It's amazing what can come with exploring how our emotions, beliefs, and behaviors all interact. Having a safe space to explore these aspects with a professional who can provide feedback gives you an opportunity to gain new understanding of problematic patterns that can be changed to new, more effective approaches to life, relationships, and self-confidence. I am trained in Gestalt and other Humanistic interventions as well as Cognitive Behavioral techniques.
(206) 430-1878
Seattle, Washington 98104
Betsy Rubin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW
“I have more than 30 years experience helping people deal with getting past the parts of their lives that leave them feeling stuck or unhappy. My practice relies on collaboration, which means that we create a safe place in which we can explore growth together. I believe that this work is a journey, and that I am privileged to be your guide and your witness as you move to make the changes that you wish for. Often it can be the first time you will experience the acceptance, curiosity and time to fully focus on yourself.
(206) 317-1824
Seattle, Washington 98125
Shaeann Reese  in Seattle
“I believe that not matter the problem or situation, you are so much more than your problems. You are a whole individual capable of building and succeeding in healthy relationship, growth and achieving personal goals and dreams. Together we can work on strengthening self-acceptance, independence and inner freedom. I want to help lessen the feelings of hurt, anger and sadness in an atmosphere of safety and trust. Healing wounds and uncovering the potential that is preventing you from living life to the fullest.
(253) 655-2254
Seattle, Washington 98133
Ralph A Fragale, Counselor  in Seattle
“My practice focuses on helping children, teens and adults address chronic issues. I work primarily with individuals who are experiencing mood issues or concerns, including depression, anxiety or recurring negative thinking. I also have considerable experience in helping families who are struggling with behavioral and/or communication issues and working directly with teens who need additional support.
(206) 683-0707
Seattle, Washington 98122
Lacie Morrison, Counselor  in Seattle
“My therapeutic approach is psychodynamic and relational in nature, and is largely influenced by attachment theory and object relations theory. Essentially this means that I see relationships as central to the ways we understand ourselves and the world. Often our first caregiving relationships impact us in such a way that we experience every other relationship through the lens of how we were first loved - whether we were loved well, not at all, or somewhere in between. The therapeutic relationship offers an opportunity for us to experience something new, as we encounter each other.
(206) 745-4841
Seattle, Washington 98109
Shataia Brown Whitney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Since 1998, I have been working with individuals, couples, and families and treating issues related to: depression, anxiety, communication problems, interpersonal conflict, trauma recovery, military deployment, abortion recovery, adult children of divorced parents, pre-marital counseling, multi-cultural marriage and many other identity/spiritual crises. I see clients on the brink of divorce rediscover their passion for each other, clients merely surviving with depression/anxiety start truly living again, and clients going through the motions find purpose, meaning and fulfillment in their relationships, in their careers and in their lives. Often 10-14 sessions can lead to significant and lasting change.
(206) 855-5912
Seattle, Washington 98118
Nan Joy Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Sometimes what you feel on the inside feels too big to share with friends - too much to tell loved ones and still too much for you to hold on your own. That's how therapy can help. Therapy is a place where together we develop a map of your internal life, how you feel, why you feel what you feel, and what to do about all of it. You may feel kind of desperate to talk - to start examining these feelings and understanding them. If that's how you feel, I hope you'll call to set up an appointment.
(206) 569-5584
Seattle, Washington 98104
Christy D Hofsess, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Three fundamental values guide my practice: 1) I value relationships and believe that feeling connected in relationships is essential to overall health and well-being. 2) I value diversity. I believe that the environment within which people live impacts overall health. As such, I respect and work with all aspects of a person's identity (e.g., race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion,). 3) I value a holistic approach. I believe that attending to all aspects of a person's life - emotional, physical, spiritual, intellectual, psychological - is an important part of healing. These are the interconnections within each one of us, within ourselves.
(253) 248-4496
Seattle, Washington 98103
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