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Therapists in Vancouver

Aynsley Silva  in Vancouver
“I specialize in issues men face every day. From impulsivity and addiction to difficulties in relationships. I specialize in treatment of males a cross the life span. FAMILIES! I specialize in treatment of difficult, angry boys, and how parents can have a better relationships with their kiddos. Often parents have tried everything and things have gotten bad despite their best efforts. I help parents change the course of the family back to their original family vision. I also provide consultation and therapeutic mentoring as services that may fit the needs of my clients better than therapy.
(360) 861-4038
Vancouver, Washington 98683
Megan Cler, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I work with people who are struggling due to all kinds of life events and circumstances, including depression, anxiety, chronic pain, PTSD, grief and loss, life transitions, phobias, negative body image, and the effects of sexism, racism, and/or heterosexism and homophobia. I have a special interest in working with adults who have histories of trauma, both chronic traumas like abuse and neglect as well as "one-time" traumas like assault and motor vehicle accidents.
(360) 492-1072
Vancouver, Washington 98661
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
Brian M Allred, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Life experience included. Married 36 years, six children, financial success and failure. I came to realize people need and benefit from help along the way. Life is difficult, but we do not have to figure it out alone. I can help. I have multiple years experience with all addictions and personal experience with multiple cultures and life experiences. Here, individuals and couples have a place to go to salvage and improve their lives and relationships. There is always hope. The counseling relationship is a powerful source of healing and growth.
(360) 529-5579
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Mindful, Inc, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker serving adults and older adults and their systems of care. I provide Supportive Counseling and Therapy, Caregiver Support Services, Mental Health Assessments, Behavior Management, and Consultations. I also provide training to facility and home care staff on Geriatric Mental Health, Sensitivity Training, Depression, Dementia and Behavior Management.
(360) 389-2972
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Andrea L Jordan, Counselor  in Vancouver
“We are all meant for significance, belonging and unconditional love, even though life can sometimes make it hard to uncover and fulfill these needs. Oftentimes, we doubt our purpose, our relationships fray, and unwelcome patterns continue until we are able to step back and look at the BIG picture; it is then that we can make the most productive choices. Therapy is supposed to be part of that sacred process! It's incredible fun collaborating with people in (re)discovering dreams and restoring relationships because our lives are meant to tell a brilliant story! What story are you living?
(360) 529-3650
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Pathways Counseling & Community Services LLC, Treatment Facility  in Vancouver
“Feeling lonely, overwhelmed, stuck in life? Pathways Counseling & Community Services can help. We offer office based counseling services as well as equine (horse) assisted therapy services. Our talented therapists and treatment teams work with individuals, families and groups looking for relief from depression, anxiety, relationship problems, poor academic or job performance and much more.
(509) 774-6010
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Sandra Hunt Bero, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Overwhelmed? Feeling like your mind is spinning and it won't slow down? Traumatized by an event/person? Sad more than not? As a therapist, I have a long history of working with women, children and seniors over 55 years of age. I specialize in abuse issues, domestic violence, trauma, depression, anxiety, parenting, ADHD, and anger management. I am trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) which is the standard and most effective treatment for psychological trauma. Having support is key to a healthy and balanced life. I can accommodate some weekend appointments, if necessary.
(360) 524-3832
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Jessica Boldt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“I am highly successful working with youth and young adults to manage issues in the realm of life adjustments, substance use, mood related issues such as depression and anxiety, self-harm, attachment related issues, trauma and abuse, and whom experience family conflict. I also work with young women who are facing body image related problems including anorexia and bulimia. I work as a collaborative partner to youth and their support system in identifying personal goals and practical tools to obtain them. Youth exit with a broader understanding of self and increased skills to assist them sustain progress and overall happiness.
(360) 865-4765
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Merriel F Mandell, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I have over 25 years experience in working with individuals, couples, families, and groups. I ask each client to set a behavioral goal at the beginning of treatment. This helps the client judge whether they are making progress in therapy. My goal is to have each client take away something useful from each session. I understand my role as a therapist is to help the client identify attitudes and behaviors that get in the way of achieving their goal and find new ways to move forward.
(360) 529-5002
Vancouver, Washington 98660
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
Sean Coyle, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I have nine years of experience in serving people with highly diverse mental health needs. I have helped people with depression, anxiety, anger, trauma, self-criticism, obsessions and many other difficulties. However stuck you feel you are, I want you to know there is a way out. Often when we are stuck we feel we have tried everything, and begin to doubt ourselves. When this happens we can lose confidence we will ever feel better. I will help you move beyond the doubt to understand the sources of your pain and find long-term answers.
(360) 693-8439
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Jeremiah Peck, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Hi, as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate, I believe that each person has hope to overcome or otherwise cope with their emotional struggles. I see my role as a therapist as coming alongside individuals, couples, and groups in achieving their goals, and in turn living more satisfying, fulfilling, and abundant lives. I have a heart for people that feel misunderstood, isolated, hopeless, defeated and alone.
(360) 390-4186
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Elise C Jones, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Have you felt there was no way for you to move beyond painful experiences? Have you wanted to handle life's challenges with more ease? Have you dreamed of having more fulfillment and meaning in your life? For most, the answer would be yes. Maybe you have tried therapy before and you felt like you really didn't get better? Or, maybe you are considering therapy for the first time? No matter what you have experienced before, therapy can be more than just rehashing what you feel powerless to change.
(360) 663-4076
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Wendy Biss, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I create a welcoming and open environment that encourages hope and change. Therapy sessions are a mirror that amplifies our emotional lives. Therapy is demanding emotional work and requires courage, motivation and active collaboration by both the client and therapist. Therapy is most effective when the learned insights and skills help one enact changes in daily life. Ideally a person will be persistent within this process as they face changes within themselves and others. I earnestly believe in the transformative power of therapy for individuals as a stepping stone to a healthier, more optimal life.
(503) 444-9641
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Gretchen Lemmon, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“When working with people my approach is warm, compassionate, and curious. People feel and act as they do for many reasons, which are valid, but often difficult to identify. However, once they are able to clarify these reasons, they find that they are more at ease, self-accepting, better able to navigate new situations, and have more satisfying relationships. Thus, my hope is to be a supportive and gentle yet honest sounding board in order to help people learn specific ways of observing themselves, making sense of what they find, and identifying what areas they feel could be working better.
(503) 622-8589
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Nancy K Warren, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Psychotherapy is a collaborative endeavor and represents the hope that something new can happen in our lives. For the past 25 years, I have worked with adults and children with a wide range of concerns including anxiety, depression, troubled relationships, learning difficulties, chronic illness, life transitions, and blended families. I have extensive experience in the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder, those living with disabilities, trauma and abuse. I see cancer patients and their families across the cancer continuum, from diagnosis, treatment, to survivorship or recurrence and end of life. I am passionate about working with this patient group.
(360) 680-1693
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Lori J Breeden, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, PhD
“It has been my experience that people seeking therapeutic support have the inner resources and strengths needed to overcome life challenges and often just need a little help from a caring, thoughtful, and direct helping professional. As a therapist, I can provide guidance in identifying strategies and solutions for tapping into your inner strengths and capacity for positive change. I've found that a positive therapeutic relationship serves as a tool for accessing the resilience, insight, and courage needed to make important lifestyle changes that allow individuals and families to live happier, healthier, and more balanced lives.
(360) 797-5964
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Bryanna Goodman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you struggling with your relationship? Are you trying to clear out the hurts and anxieties that affect you? Are you not getting to be your best self? I love being a therapist because I am able to sit with you during great pain & help you find ways to make your life more fulfilling. I strive to do this by having a therapeutic relationship that is honest, collaborative, and empathetic. Our goal is to recognize the areas that need change, and then to find solutions so you feel stronger, happier, and excited about life's possibilities.
(360) 524-6121
Vancouver, Washington 98683
Kendall Hagensen, Counselor  in Vancouver
“If you or a loved one is experiencing stress related to chronic pain/illness, depression, anxiety, or other life challenges or transitions, I would love to support you. I provide a safe place for you learn tangible skills, feel more connected to your body, and develop more choice in life.
(360) 339-6606
Vancouver, Washington 98682
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