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Lindsay R Hatch, Counselor  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, NCC, MHCA, LPC, EAGALA
“I enjoy helping people overcome fear, hopelessness, loneliness and defeat. I work with adults, teens and kids. Many of my clients are experiencing depression or anxiety and searching for greater happiness, connection with family and friends, coping skills, academic achievement, professional satisfaction, purpose, meaning and self-esteem. Clients gain self awareness, skill/tools, and relief in an average of 8-12 sessions.
(509) 724-2157
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Khristina A Williams, Counselor  in Vancouver
“As a counselor, my role is to create a safe environment where you can feel secure and supported. My style is respectful, warm and interactive. I value a strong therapeutic alliance as a basis for personal and behavioral change and emotional growth. When working with children, I find collaborating with caregivers to be most effective in fostering growth and positive change. I also find it essential working with adolescents to build a strong rapport as a foundation to further enhance the therapeutic process.
(360) 799-5440
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Kate Hosie, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I believe that every person can thrive. I work with individuals, children, and their families to learn how to manage their thoughts and emotions in healthy ways.
(360) 524-4564
Vancouver, Washington 98660
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
Stephen Zahm, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“As a psychologist with over 30 years of experience helping individuals and couples, I work with both acute and long-term issues and symptoms including anxiety, depression, trauma, stress, relationship difficulties, grief and loss. My approach to psychotherapy takes into account the unique needs of each individual or couple. Sessions are collaborative, focusing on what is most relevant in the moment, and encompassing all aspects of experience including feelings/emotions, behaviors, and thoughts.
(360) 696-2744
Vancouver, Washington 98663
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
Betsy Phinney, Counselor  in Vancouver
“In a world that is habitually fast-paced and anonymous, it is easy to lose connection with ourselves and each other. Are you feeling disconnected or stuck? Like the parts of your life are out of sync? Having difficulties in relationships? Typically, I work with people experiencing disconnection and "stuck" feelings which often show up during times of transition and change within the context of significant relationships including parents, partners, children and friends.
(509) 591-0419
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Anjelika Gordon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“MARRIAGE COUNSELING: Bringing Relationships to Life! Do you feel like you and your partner are drifting apart? Are you longing for a closer relationship? Do you wish to restore intimacy and rekindle love? Set in motion a positive cycle of bonding that will Bring Your Relationship to Life! Achieve rapid results with Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy - an innovative approach to couples counseling! A lifetime of happiness together is a journey that begins with one step. Make that step today! Call us to schedule a marriage counseling session and together we will Bring Your Relationship to Life!
(503) 897-1864
Vancouver, Washington 98684
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
Gretchen Lemmon, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“When working with people, my approach is warm, compassionate, and respectful. I find that each person has a unique history, personality, and set of concerns. People often feel as though they are not doing as well as they could be, but are not sure why this is or how to begin to address it. My goal is to help people understand why they are as they are. This allows people to better know which aspects of their lives are satisfactory and those that require change. Better understanding of oneself often leads to increased self-acceptance, contentment, confidence, and relationship satisfaction.
(503) 622-8589
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Lindsay Jaques, Counselor  in Vancouver
“My counseling style is accepting, respectful, and down to earth. I am direct yet in a compassionate, thoughtful way. One of my key beliefs is that we all have needs in our life- such as the need to experience a sense of belonging and acceptance, value and worth. I can help you become more aware of what needs you and significant others in your life have, how you are currently trying to satisfy those, and explore alternative means to fulfilling your needs if appropriate. This can help with improving mood, enhancing relationships, decreasing anxiety- just to name a few concerns.
(503) 766-5806
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Kendall E Jones  in Vancouver
“Positive solutions are not always easy to come by. It is when we seek a different perspective to life's difficult situations; we are then able to find new options to help us achieve positive outcomes. I enjoy helping others reach their goals and improve their lives. In a safe environment, I work with clients to achieve better solutions, and a different perspective on life's challenging circumstances.
(360) 310-4082
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Barbara E Felix, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW
“As human beings we are hardwired for relationship. Our relationships with others are vital to our quality of life, but we often feel we should know how to "fix" things on our own. There are times when our feelings overwhelm us, we keep our concerns to ourselves and it confuses us, or our behaviors are not in alignment with our beliefs.
(360) 216-1173
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
Robin Clarke, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Life is meant to be lived fully and maybe you're noticing you're not because you suffer from anxiety, depression, or the effects of past trauma. Perhaps, it's not that bad, but you feel something is wrong and your life could be better. Whatever it is, there is always hope. You can experience hope and peace in the days ahead! I seek to bring empowerment, awareness, hope, and peace in your life in the context of a safe setting.
(360) 558-3345
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Elizabeth Hover, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Difficulties occur when we lack the skills to get what we want in life. Therapy is an opportunity for you to gain the tools and insight needed to get more of what you desire in life and relationships. I meet with individuals, couples, and families to explore patterns of behavior and create the clarity you need to move in the direction that you choose, at a speed that is comfortable for you.
(360) 524-3865
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Lane Vander Sluis, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I am Lane Vander Sluis, PsyD. Some psychologists are Christians but I am a Christian psychologist. As a licensed Clinical Psychologist, I earned a Doctorate degree in psychology at George Fox University and a Master's degree from Western Baptist Seminary in Portland. I speak from a Christian perspective. I work with adolescents and adults on a variety of issues including marital, depression, anxiety, and Men's issues We do better than being Survivors. We are meant to be Warriors - traveling light minus the burdens. I also use the Enneagram as part of the assessment and treatment process.
(360) 797-5979
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Argyro Moustakas, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“As Albert Einstein stated, "the world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking." If you are not happy with the way your life is now, then change is needed. I am committed to helping you make changes in your life through genuine support and acceptance. My approach is holistic by recognizing the power of the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual connection. Together, we will explore how current and past experiences influence ways of thinking and behaving, as well as goals and solutions to cope with the distress.
(971) 239-1212
Vancouver, Washington 98683
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
Lee M. Faver, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“Compassionate, down-to-earth, practical help. More than 20 years of professional experience working with individuals, couples and groups have taught me that we grow and make effective changes when we understand what is happening, appreciate our experiences, develop a plan to improve things and follow through. We'll work together on your goals- to enrich and repair your relationships, change long-standing patterns, develop self-acceptance and personal effectiveness, resolving difficult situations, reduce psychological distress, improve health, or enjoy emotional closeness and satisfying physical intimacy.
(360) 529-4210
Vancouver, Washington 98662
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