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Therapists in Vancouver

Esther J Kim, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CSWA, LSWAIC
“As a counselor, I find it a privilege to be available to explore those areas you find difficult and challenging. We can go over steps needed to restore peace and healing in your life.
(503) 822-0977
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Piper Buersmeyer, Psychiatric Nurse  in Vancouver
“My name is Piper Buersmeyer and I am an ANCC board certified Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with prescriptive authority in Washington and Oregon. I treat depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, phobias, OCD, selective mutism, ADHD, ODD & autism. I do not treat addiction issues or schizophrenia.
(360) 703-9100
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Rob Fasman, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I have a great deal of respect for the unique stories of individual lives, and I strive to create a collaborative and supportive environment where clients can safely learn about themselves, develop new skills, and make real and lasting change. I try to help people not only reduce distress and suffering, but to also cultivate more genuine and fulfilling relationships with themselves and others. My primary areas of expertise include: wellness and stress management, mindfulness, anxiety and mood concerns, health psychology and pain management, sport psychology and performance enhancement, LGBTQ concerns, and adjustment and identity concerns.
(360) 464-2111
Vancouver, Washington 98686
Rebekah Calvert, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I focus on restoring my clients' physical, emotional and spiritual health by first establishing a relationship based on mutual trust and respect. Working with them, I begin to explore their lives to better understand issues that underlie their symptoms, and the obstacles that prevent them from achieving their goals. From there, I can develop a treatment plan. My treatment draws on a wide variety of approaches, including experiential therapies specifically designed to promote awareness and restoration. I aim to change destructive behavior patterns, helping my clients to heal in a creative and vital way to bring about significant, sustainable change.
(503) 405-8559
Vancouver, Washington 98665
Donna J Johns, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I work with people who range in age from pre-adolescent through senior adults. My education and training as a psychologist,which included specialized work with trauma survivors and couples having relationship difficulties, gives me the ability to successfully work with a broad range of clients. As well as trauma survivors and couples, my clientele includes people who are experiencing mood, anxiety, loss & grief, chronic pain, and/or adjustment problems.
(360) 320-6977
Vancouver, Washington 98685
Caroline Gearing, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“As a licensed marriage and family therapist I specialize in sexual addiction work for men and women transitioning from sexual addiction to healthy sexuality, and partners and couples dealing with sexual addiction. Groups provided: sex addiction, partner of sexual addict, couples dealing with sexual addiction, and love addiction. Strong focus on couples counseling, premarital counseling using Prepare/Enrich assessment tools. Expertise with sexual therapy for couples and individuals. Specialty dealing with narcissistic people and assisting clients with great transitional challenges. I am a highly dedicated counselor and therapist partnering with my clients to successfully move forward in their lives.
(360) 450-4373
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Brian J Adams, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I believe one of the greatest attributes of the therapeutic relationship is the ability to be open and honest with your thoughts, feelings, and relationship issues. Therapy is a place where you don't have to worry about being judged or having your statements negatively impact your world. A place where you can feel heard and understood, and receive objective feedback from someone whose sole purpose is to help you to make your life better.
(360) 529-5135
Vancouver, Washington 98683
Lynne M Smith, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Relationships naturally have times where things feel that they're just not working. Choosing counseling to gain understanding and new skills can be helpful. The number one issue for couples is communication, I teach couples new skills for effective communication. I can help couples identify the vicious cycles and change destructive patterns in their relationships to create happier, healthier relationships. For children, I utilize play therapy to help them communicate feelings they may not have words to talk about. Play therapy has been shown to be an effective intervention for children for a variety of behavioral and emotional difficulties.
(360) 389-3961
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Karen M Johnson Counseling Services, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Life bring challenges to all of us. I am Passionately committed to providing emotional support and tools to my clients. I use an integrated approach that I feel moves beyond talk therapy to create lasting change. My background in education provided me with an extensive understanding of human development and the phases of life and transitions we can encounter. The struggles we find ourselves in can over time bring us closer to the life we truly want to create for ourselves.
(360) 797-5956
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Kathy Shenk, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFTA, CGE
“Assisting individuals, couples, parents, teens, and families with the challenges of life is a privilege and a passion! My goal is to help people find hope, health and healing. I have been a Certified Gottman Educator since 2006, and completed Level 3 training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, finding that the tools from John Gottman's research, especially when applied through the filter of biblical counseling, can have a tremendous impact on marriages, parenting and other relationships. I also assist individuals in navigating difficult life challenges and transitions.
(360) 713-4404
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Sharon L Richards, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“Are you struggling with relationship problems, depression, anxiety, or issues of self-worth? You will find me to be a compassionate, accepting, and honest therapist. I am a warm and caring person. I am licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in both California and Washington. I would look forward to working with you and helping you find hope, joy and excitement in your life.
(360) 489-6959
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Robert G McQuillen, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Most clients who come to see me are looking to gain tools that they can use to improve their life. I believe counseling works best when there is an understanding of your concern and a plan of action for making positive change. I am professionally trained in marriage and family counseling. I work from a systems perspective, in doing so I consider how family members and individuals relate to each other in ways that can maintain or solve problems.
(360) 797-5924
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Gregory Allen May, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“Acknowledging a desire for 'something different' serves as the foundation for change and can set into motion holistic, enduring growth. I am invested in helping people alleviate emotional, relational, and psychological pain experienced during the course of life. My belief is that therapy is one approach to healing that works for many. Therefore, I seek to provide quality psychological services to individuals, couples, families, groups, and organizations.
(360) 450-7527
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Nate Meeds, Counselor  in Vancouver
“The quality of our lives is determined by our relationships and Nate understands the importance of positive and meaningful relationships. Nate values people and appreciates their unique situation. Using compassion and encouragement, Nate empowers his clients to foster healthy relationships in their lives thus working on improving themselves. Beginning therapy is a commitment and Nate is honored to walk with you on your journey.
(360) 558-3522
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Edie Dietzen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MS, LMFT
“I understand maintaining a positive outlook and healthy relations with others can sometimes be difficult in this fast-paced, highly stressed world that we live in. This is why the services provided by myself are so important. To take the next step toward securing those services, contact me today!
(360) 389-3980
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Kathie Ray-Annis, MSW, P.S., Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
“Making the decision to seek counseling takes courage. If you are reading this then I know that you are a courageous person. I know that you are seeking skills to overcome something in your life that is emotionally painful. Let me help you create a relationship with the life you want.
(360) 663-4491
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, ARNP, PMHNP
“I specialize in providing Adults with Psychiatric Medications and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). I'm a licensed Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and maintain two Board Certifications in Adult mental health. As a new client you and I discuss medications and therapy to decrease your symptoms while increasing your skills, to enhance your self-understanding, confidence, and ability to manage yourself more skillfully day-to-day !...Fees for self-pay clients are....$350 Psychiatric Initial Assessment ....$250 Routine blood draw ....$250 Follow-up appointment (lab results, medication decision) ....$200 Ongoing routine appointments. If you choose to email me ...INCLUDE ...YOUR ...TELEPHONE ...NUMBER ...!
(360) 993-0375
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Carol Patterson, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I take a supportive, yet practical problem solving approach to counseling, with a special emphasis on adolescent issues. If you're looking for help, I've got over 10 years of local experience helping teens and their families, and a track record of being effective with people experiencing stress, depression, anger, anxiety, and/or social skills issue. Non-judgmental and approachable describes my style. I enjoy working with blended families, other non traditional families and individuals, and respect people's individuality. Healthy minority identity formation is an area that I enjoy helping people develop as well.
(360) 529-4779
Vancouver, Washington 98665
David Grushkin, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Therapy isn't mysterious. It helps you create clarity about what you really need and how to get there. In the photo, I'm enjoying a hike in nature. I also enjoy my clients. It is refreshing to provide a comfortable place for you to express your true feelings, to problem-solve and clarify your thinking. It is OK to seek help. Emotional overload happens to everyone. Your problem doesn't define your value. Imagine newborn babies. They are all equal and valuable. Self-limiting beliefs are "learned" later. It is an essential understanding that your true self is perfect.
(360) 389-3962 x312
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Michelle Newton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA-MFT, LMFTA, LMHCA, CMHS, MHP
“"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans". With over 13 years in the field, I am an experienced clinician. Challenges in your relationship as a couple, dealing with an explosive child or teenager, depression, anxiety, trauma, and struggling to have a healthier, happier relationship as a family or individual? Here's where you can take your first step. There is hope and things can change. I am a down-to-earth therapist with a warm and caring nature. I provide an empathetic and safe place where you can be yourself without fear of judgment.
(360) 633-2300
Vancouver, Washington 98660
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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