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Therapists in University Place

HealingHearts Counseling, Counselor  in University Place
“Often seeking help can be difficult and intimidating. It takes courage and strength to reach out, and I want you to know you are not alone. Together, we can explore and find connections to make lasting changes. I will be with you, support you and give you guidence through your journey, as you learn to trust yourself. There are many layers of behaviors we do unconsciously that keep us "stuck" in life. I will help you move forward, and uplift you to a place where you can own your own well-being and live life as a whole, healthy person.
(253) 343-1713
University Place, Washington 98466
Karen Jimenez, Counselor  in University Place
“No matter what a person is put through in life, the power to transform is infinite.
(253) 336-8210
University Place, Washington 98466
William Michael Rogers, Psychologist  in University Place
“Dr. Rogers is a licensed clinical psychologist. He is now accepting new patients on a space-available basis. He offers psychotherapy with individuals, couples and families. Assessment services are also offered, including personality, brief cognitive, ADHD/ADD, and disability. Each course of psychotherapy is developed individually in a safe, supportive, and empowering way, in an environment of collaboration with the client. For more information, do not hesitate to contact me for additional information; you may also visit my website for additional information. I look forward to speaking with you soon.
(253) 365-2301
University Place, Washington 98466
“I work with adults of all ages, individuals and couples, who are experiencing problems with anxiety, depression, post traumatic stress (including stress related to prior abuse and neglect), eating disorders, and relational problems (repairing and strengthening relationships;identifying and changing recurrent relational patterns that cause problems in living). I work with persons who are experiencing panic attacks, phobic avoidance, maladaptive anger, grief, and stress-related physical problems. I also work with persons challenged with a variety of adjustment problems and life transitions (e.g.,transition to young adulthood, family communication difficulties, divorce, career change, mid-life crisis, retirement).
(253) 343-0876
University Place, Washington 98466
Tom Amos, Counselor  in University Place
“I work with clients who feel a change is necessary to live a more fulfilling, passionate life. The desire for change may be to overcome past traumas and difficulties or current dissatisfaction. The client is willing to work toward feeling more connected in significant relationships, purposeful in their everyday living, and relate in a more authentic way.
(253) 292-9535
University Place, Washington 98466
Kimberly Smeall And Ariel Kofoed, Marriage & Family Therapist  in University Place
“We provide a supportive, non-judgmental environment that accepts clients from all walks of life. Using your strengths and resources, we will work with you toward achieving custom goals that are created specifically for your needs. We provide treatment for a wide range of emotional and behavior concerns. We see individuals, couples, and families.
(253) 655-2369
University Place, Washington 98466
Jenifer Gregory, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in University Place
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
“I focus on issues of sexual abuse, family counseling and relationships problems, eating disorders, anxiety, depression. I am an interactive, client-centered counselor, focusing on solutions to the challenges. My therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life situations.
(253) 235-0884
University Place, Washington 98466
Betty Richardson, Counselor  in University Place
“The work I do is from a Gestalt perspective and focuses on the individual as a whole. This has allowed me to hear the goals of each person and work toward achieving those goals as a team. I have specialized in trauma issues and depression for the past 25 years and the rewards of watching the autobiographies of individuals turn from grief and loss to happyness and fulfillment are beyond measure.
(253) 336-8069
University Place, Washington 98466
Dale P. Helt Mental Health Counseling, Counselor  in University Place
“I view the counseling process as forming an alliance with you in order to explore the nature of your problem(s). Together we will spend time exploring the presenting problem(s) that you have brought to counseling. We will also explore, in depth, the nature of your relationships with other significant people in your life. In my theoretical orientation, I believe that the dynamics that have influenced the complexity and intensity of your problem(s) are rooted in the relational issues.
(253) 656-6121
University Place, Washington 98466
Carolyn Ratley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in University Place
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CMHS
“I have 13 years of experience working with individuals, children/adolescents and families and I love my work. I feel honored to walk alongside clients and their families; sharing their joys, fears, traumas, and dreams. I have experience working with a variety of struggles ranging from depression, anxiety, divorce and trauma to social skills issues and autism.
(206) 745-5077
University Place, Washington 98466
Brittany Jones MS LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in University Place
“Broken relationships, troubles at home and life's daily stresses can cause you to feel worn down and broken. These feelings do not have to take over your life, body and soul forever. That is why I embrace a holistic approach incorporating mind, body and spirit. I utilizes a model of openness, respect, curiosity and accountability. My solution-focused approach incorporates role-playing, play therapy, insightful questioning, education, empathetic listening, coaching and between-session assignments. My specialties and areas of interest are marriage/family systems, premarital counseling, singles' issues, adolescents, depression, conflict resolution and childhood trauma.
(253) 655-7946
University Place, Washington 98467
The Counseling Center, Counselor  in University Place
“We are committed to your respectful and compassionate care, and are prepared to assist you as an individual (child, adolescent or adult), couple or family. Our professional, licensed therapists have achieved a master's degree or beyond and are experienced in treating the following challenges and situations: anxiety, depression, grief, loss, life transitions, self-esteem, identity issues, child and adolescent development, trauma recovery, anger issues, couples, families, living with disabilities and personal life coaching.
(253) 502-2696
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University Place, Washington 98466
Irene Farsje, Counselor  in University Place
“Life circumstances can become overwhelming at times and create feelings of high stress, anxiety, depression and difficulties in relationships. Have you experienced a trauma or are you concerned about relationship issues? I have over 15 years of experience and will support you in tapping into your natural strengths and abilities to solve problems and find happiness, peace and contentment.
(253) 271-4333
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University Place, Washington 98466
Jane Ryan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in University Place
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“If you are an individual or a couple and are looking to create positive changes within yourself, together with your partner, within your family and/or with friends, I can help. I am dedicated to helping clients identify what is missing and not working and move toward increased satisfaction within your relationships, your family, your work and your life. I focus on helping clients develop both individual skills and relationship skills that will address your concerns in ways that match to your core values.
(253) 205-0704
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University Place, Washington 98466
Jesalyn Kimura, Counselor  in University Place
“Sometimes in life, we can feel lost, stuck or even desperate. We do the same things over and over again without finding any solutions to our problems. Life often becomes painful when our past experiences have no words to describe them or clarity to bring them to understanding. Using a variety of approaches my clients and I explore their current pain and concerns, while considering the picture of their past experience. With support and compassion we map out a plan to discover ways to become unstuck and move in new directions.
(253) 220-6990
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University Place, Washington 98466
Philip G Prudhomme, Counselor  in University Place
“These strengths describe my work as a therapist: Personal Encourager, Life Coach, Thoughtful Companion, and Resourceful Ally. I bring a life experience that remains open to your life experience. I value what you want for your life. I respect how you currently live your life, your current concerns, what you think and feel, what you have discovered as blocks and helps to your goals. I believe that Counseling can help many clients identify, clarify, and move toward specific goals. I value linking the mind, heart, body, and spirit to encourage the best outcomes.
(253) 343-1085
Office is near:
University Place, Washington 98466
Center for Healing and Recovery, Counselor  in University Place
“Remove the obstacles that keep you from living your life fully. I specialize in the treatment of trauma and abuse, sexual addiction, love addiction, codependency, and relationship issues, depression, anxiety and other road blocks to living a full life. I have been trained in Post Induction Therapy ("PIT") by Pia Mellody at the Meadows in Arizona. This model focuses on the origins of adult dysfunctional behaviors by exploring early childhood issues that have fueled various additions, codependency, depression and painful relationships.
(253) 271-4925
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University Place, Washington 98466
Daniel A Sorensen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in University Place
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MDiv, MSW, LSWAIC
“There is a big difference between asking "What is wrong with you?" and "What happened to you?" I choose the second question. It helps remove shame, blame, and allows for real change to begin. Quality counseling develops and nurtures your ability to live well and wisely in the face of life's challenges. My hope is for you a live wholesome and faithful life in the midst of struggles, with a focus on healing broken relationships in addition to yourself. I am a 20 year Navy veteran and would be honored to begin a therapeutic counseling relationship with you.
(253) 299-4099 x5
Office is near:
University Place, Washington 98467
Suzanne M Kirsch, Marriage & Family Therapist  in University Place
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I offer a collaborative, respectful and client centered approach to therapy based on your individual needs and circumstances to help you attain the personal growth and healing you're striving for. Married 39 years and having raised 6 children I have a great deal of hope, respect and appreciation for the struggles and successes inherent in all relationships.
(206) 399-9482
Office is near:
University Place, Washington 98466
Deanne Carter, Counselor  in University Place
“Clients have said they gain clarity and compassion, and feel more connected to others from the work we do together. People come for healing from past trauma and relief from stressors, such as relationship challenges, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, abuse and neglect, ADD/ADHD, ACOA and boundary issues. Others come to gain a sense of who they are or what their life's purpose is. For parents, I provide coaching for those who want to decrease power struggles and increase responsibility and confidence in their children and teens. Please see my website for additional information, including rates and discounts.
(253) 651-3752
Office is near:
University Place, Washington 98466

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