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Therapists in University Place

Kimberly Smeall, Marriage & Family Therapist  in University Place
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“This journey we call life can be challenging for all of us at times. We may experience times where we feel alone, helpless and don't know where to turn or who to go to for support. Reaching out for help can be difficult, but also very rewarding in the end. My mission as a therapist is to come alongside you in your journey to help you achieve your personal goals. We will create a plan that is unique to you and the changes you want to see in your life.
(253) 204-2018
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, anxiety and depression for the past 30 years.This also includes animal assisted therapy.The greatest rewards are sharing the narratives of individuals with memory disturbance, anger, grief, loss, pain and emptiness and move and grow toward joy and fulfillment and achieve their goals of success in relationships and work.
(253) 336-8069
University Place, Washington 98466
Jenifer Gregory, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in University Place
Verified by Psychology Today
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) 576-8944
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
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
Kimberly Smeall - 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
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
Bobbi Edwards, Counselor  in University Place
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, NAADAC, CD, Profess, CD, Spec
“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
“My passion is counseling individuals, couples and families in a compassionate and understanding manner. I believe in a collaborative approach in resolving issues and hope to work with you to understand yourself better and develop a healthy and fulfilling life for yourself and your family.
(253) 267-5288
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
Robert Kopec, Psychiatric Nurse  in University Place
“I am a Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. My practice consists of medication management and psychotherapy. I provide integrative mental health and psychiatric care which utilizes a collaborative and holistic approach.My practice is open to clients with a variety of psychiatric and mental health problems including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and schizophrenia.
(253) 259-2670
University Place, Washington 98466
Carmen E. Visan, MA, LMHC, Counselor  in University Place
“I believe in people's ability to change. I believe in the innate tendency to heal. I believe that truth is hard-won, life changing, and the great equalizer between our past and our future. Before change can happen, we must accept and forgive ourselves. Choose your present and future by rewriting your past. It's hard work. But it can be the most essential and rewarding work you will ever do in your life. If you are truly ready to live in real-time, I am able to help you accept yourself and to guide the process of change.
(425) 409-6185
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
Suzanne M Kirsch, Marriage & Family Therapist  in University Place
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I am no longer taking new clients.
(206) 399-9482
Office is near:
University Place, Washington 98466
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
Office is near:
University Place, Washington 98466
Carol S Wood, Psychologist  in University Place
“I have had more than twenty years as a psychologist to marvel at how profoundly useful great therapy can be. I help clients better understand the patterns that sabotage their happiness, clarify the relationships that move them forward or pull them backwards, and help them tap insights about their conscious and unconscious needs in life. Together we'll build a strong relationship that enables us to develop a plan tailored to your true goals and identity.
(253) 329-5876
Office is near:
University Place, Washington 98467
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
Office is near:
University Place, Washington 98466
Daniel A Sorensen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in University Place
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MDiv, MSW, LICSW
“I believe that quality therapy begins by creating a safe, nonjudgmental space to express your feelings and beliefs. My focus is on helping you explore your emotions and face your challenges while releasing the blame and shame that may have burdened you in the past. This will allow us to work together to develop your personal skills set and heal your relationships; helping you to make healthy decisions and live well in spite of life's obstacles. Counseling is always confidential. Lutheran Counseling Network is a nonprofit agency that charges standard fees but offers sliding-scale fees based on income.
(253) 299-4099 x5
Office is near:
University Place, Washington 98467
Jane Ryan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in University Place
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Do You Feel Unsatisfied or Unhappy in Your Relationship? Do you feel misunderstood or unsupported by your partner? Do you worry about whether you will ever be able to create the vibrant sexual relationship you've been hoping for? Have you or your partner had an affair and are looking for ways to recover and strengthen your relationship? Do you crave an authentic, mutually supportive relationship? Effective couples' therapy requires a therapist who specializes in helping couples nagivate through their unique challenges and create intimate, sexually vibrant and emotionally supportive relationships. I do just this and can help your relationship.
(253) 205-0704
Office is near:
University Place, Washington 98466
Marilyn Boyle, Counselor  in University Place
“How can I help you? If you are hurting: sad, depressed, stressed, anxious, scared, ashamed, mad--then please know that you don't have to go through your current life challenges, alone. As a psychotherapist for 30+ years, I've helped 100's of people move out of emotional pain and toward happier, more satisfying lives. **** I work with adults of all ages in individual counseling and groups. I am also a certified grief coach. Find me @www.marilynboyle.com
(253) 656-0657
Office is near:
University Place, Washington 98466

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