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Welcome to the Seattle Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Seattle, Washington.

Therapists in Seattle

Avery Fisher, Counselor  in Seattle
“I believe therapy is a powerful component of self-care and self-love. I often work with folks who have experienced acute trauma, secondary trauma, and/or traumas of oppression and marginalization. Symptoms like anxiety, depression, PTSD, and general feelings of stuckness can result from those trauma injuries. The work I do is all about addressing those symptoms and that trauma in a powerful and embodied way so it's no longer holding you back from doing the important work you're here to do.
(206) 535-1899
Seattle, Washington 98102
Nina Evelyn Shilling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Sometimes in life we get stuck, and try as we might, our effort to un-stick is just so much wheel- spinning: no matter what we do, we remain in that rut, watching it deepen every time we accelerate. The rut might be caused by something small or by something very large. It can feel familiar, or be brand new, never experienced before. Sometimes it causes a subtle disturbance, a loss of harmony and balance. Sometimes it results in more pronounced symptoms: depression or anxiety or a change in our ability to constructively handle emotions like anger.
(206) 462-5966
Seattle, Washington 98121
Wai Wong-Miller, Counselor  in Seattle
“I specialize in relationship issues, trauma/abuse/PTSD, addiction issues/chemical dependency recovery support, and mood disorders. I assist clients in developing adaptive ways to connect with themselves and with others. My style is interactive and engaging in listening, providing feedback and perspectives, and supportive. We will collaborate and explore ways to work on your concerns. I use a variety of approaches that are individualized to address your needs and to facilitate your innate ability for insight, healing, and growth. The resulting changes you choose to make will be authentic and sustainable.
(206) 569-8904
Seattle, Washington 98103
Sheryl E Kool, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome! I am a warm, compassionate and experienced counselor who works in a collaborative style that allows you to draw upon your own strengths and experience in order to grow. Trust and a sense of safety are the necessary foundations for effective treatment. You need to feel connected and understood to share your internal world. I respect the tremendous courage it takes to face up to deeply buried or avoided thoughts and feelings. My ability to listen, follow and connect deeply will enable you to feel safe enough to explore the problems which have hindered your life and relationships.
(206) 981-3189
Seattle, Washington 98125
Talitha Bullock, Counselor  in Seattle
Counselor, MA, LMHCA
“I have learned that people can deeply disappoint you, and that your heart can be hopelessly broken. I have learned that marriages will turn stagnant and stale and that you will war within your body while no one else is looking. I have learned you will get dizzy from circling within your conflicted relationship with no signs of light at the end of the tunnel. I've learned that your marriage can come to be the place you feel most lost and alone. In my psychotherapy practice, we will start with where you are.
(863) 657-0766
Seattle, Washington 98119
Suzanne Kerns, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“Dr. Kerns graduated from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and Sydney University Medical School. She then completed her residency at Duke University Medical Center, followed by a fellowship in Brain Stimulation at the Medical University of South Carolina, under the guidance of Mark S. George, a preeminent TMS researcher. Special clinical interests include the developing applications of brain stimulation in women's mental health, and post-traumatic stress and addiction disorders.
(206) 467-6300
Seattle, Washington 98112
Caron Harrang, LICSW, FIPA, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“I am a clinical social worker and IPA-certified psychoanalyst with a private practice in Seattle (Belltown). I have been in practice for over 34 years working with adolescents and adults. To assure complete privacy of our work together my services are offered on an out-of-network basis. I also offer individual and small group clinical consultation and supervision to colleagues new to the field and to those wishing to deepen their understanding of their work from a contemporary psychoanalytic perspective. I am an approved State of Washington supervisor for master's level therapists working toward licensure.
(206) 745-4461
Seattle, Washington 98121
Tim Dart, Counselor  in Seattle
Counselor, MS
“"Unplug for a moment - and connect with what matters most." I work with individuals and organizations to help people achieve happier, more productive, and more engaging experiences in both their personal and professional lives.
(206) 496-0833
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jennifer Schulz, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with individual adult clients and couples who are facing anxiety, depression, life transitions, loss, trauma, and challenges at work or in relationships. Since 2002, I have counseled adults, couples, and groups in community mental health and medical clinics, as well as in my private practice. I have also conducted in-depth research on trauma, hopelessness, empathy, and intimacy. Above all, I believe that my clients, not I, hold the key to their growth and that emotional pain and anxiety, when given respect and non-judgmental attention, can often provide some of the best opportunities for learning.
(206) 395-3354
Seattle, Washington 98118
Erin LeTellier, Counselor  in Seattle
“I offer counseling services, intuitive energy healing sessions, and bodywork for adults and teens. In my work I look for Cognitive-Behavioral connections and Somatic solutions. As a systems counselor I will ask about the "whole picture" of your life, including your family of origin, upbringing, culture, and patterns of behavior that have brought you to where you are today. As an energy medicine practitioner I will also look for energetic stagnation or blockages, and we will talk about ways of balancing the mind-body-energy connection.
(206) 588-5061
Seattle, Washington 98103
Patrick Dougherty, Counselor  in Seattle
“My goal is to help you know yourself better, by engendering the growth of your awareness of personal choices you have not yet considered. I look forward to meeting you to explore us as a team to move you from stagnation to thriving. Increasingly in my practice, I have found a knack for addressing extremely "dark" emotional experiences, such as traumas, dysfunctional relationships, losses, and confrontations with pain, fear, or doubt. If focusing on this material, I may be able to help you understand the wisdom behind the dark parts of your history.
(360) 358-5679
Seattle, Washington 98102
Jamie R Friddle, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome. I treat adolescents, adults, and couples in the Madison Valley neighborhood of Seattle. Many of my clients suffer from developmental trauma and its symptoms, such as depression, anxiety, obsession, compulsion, behavioral addiction, and relationship problems, including shame, fear, and guilt. My relationship with my clients is a primary agent of change. I also use dreams, embodied exercises, imaginal exercises, and other strategies to help my clients address and resolve what has brought them to psychotherapy. I'm theoretically oriented to analytic and spiritual psychologies. Lifespan Integration, Emotionally Focused Therapy, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy are current evolutions of my practice.
(206) 557-6228
Seattle, Washington 98112
Therese Soudant, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“I believe that healthy relationships are the foundation to a happy and successful life. As humans we are ever changing, and as we move through the stages of life we are sometimes faced with unexpected challenges. In my practice, clients and I explore issues with which they are struggling. I provide helpful tools and strategies by offering my clients a fresh perspective on the issues they may be facing. Together we explore obstacles that can become barriers in a healthy functioning system. In each session, we explore ways to improve communication and build stronger, more fulfilling relationships with others.
(206) 455-9893
Seattle, Washington 98115
Josh Sandoz, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hi there. I think of therapy as a reparative process in which we can listen together to your mind and heart, exploring the nature of your sufferings and your joys. In doing so, we will spend time with the specific issues that brought you in for therapy and examine various aspects of your relationships in life. Relationships are important, including your relationship with yourself. Major life events, adjustments, and cultural influences can have profound impact as well, and each are well worth our time, attentiveness, and care.
(206) 914-7115
Seattle, Washington 98119
Aaron A Strong, Counselor  in Seattle
“Self-awareness and self-acceptance are ongoing goals that are the cornerstones of most of the work I do. I encourage awareness practices and mindfulness techniques to connect the client with his or her moment-to-moment experience, as a means of continual opening to and acceptance of present reality. I believe that as people become more accepting of themselves, and more aware of their thoughts, emotions and actions, they are more capable of making decisions which lead to happiness and fulfillment in their lives. I accept Regence & Premera Blue Cross/Blue Sheild, LifeWise, Uniform & First Choice Health insurances.
(206) 326-8848
Seattle, Washington 98102
Cindy Chen, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My passion is working with young to older adults to resolve challenges in living and to build a fulfilled and joyful life. I work with relationship difficulty, anxiety, depression, life transition issues, or posttraumatic stress and I adapt my treatment approach to fit your individual background and desired therapy goals. My therapeutic model is eclectic, drawing mainly on psychodynamic, attachment-based, cognitive-behavior, and humanistic modalities. Essential skills such as mindfulness, relaxation, and stress management are built into treatment. And I work with you to cultivate a healthy lifestyle, reflecting my belief that physical wellbeing and mental health are inseparable.
(206) 316-8859
Seattle, Washington 98103
Vicki Keough,   in Seattle
“Behavioral Health Specialist, Vicki Keough, has been collaborating with patients in Seattle and all over the country for over a decade, to create sustainable positive change in their lives. Incorporating the subconscious mind through the use of hypnotherapy she will address the root of your issues. Vicki studies the thoughts and triggers that create undesirable patterns and consequences in your life. To address these patterns she combines neuro linguistic programming, therapeutic hypnotherapy and coaching developing a counseling relationship that fits your needs and actualizes your goals. To learn more about Vicki and how she can help you visit vickikeough.com
(206) 866-6227
Seattle, Washington 98112
Kimbrough Allan Besheer, Counselor  in Seattle
“Many people who initially come to see me do so because they suffer from immediate practical life-problems like depression, anxiety, psychosomatic symptoms, relationship problems, a philosophical or spiritual crisis; in other words specific problems, conflicts and issues that have made it difficult to live their lives with conscious awareness and integrity.
(206) 922-8066
Seattle, Washington 98104
Francie Bennett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I will journey with you in a compassionate and interactive manner towards your therapy goals. We'll tailor your therapy to your concerns, goals, strengths, and learning style. We'll explore the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that are affecting your life, and some practical interventions. You will have a safe and supportive space for your growth and grief. We can also address distressing or traumatic elements of your past. ISSUES: ADHD/ADD Counseling. Anxiety / Panic Counseling. Couples and Family Counseling. Depression Counseling. Grief and loss Counseling. Health Changes and Disability Counseling. Life Transition Counseling. PTSD/Trauma Counseling. Social Skills Counseling.
(206) 922-8459
Seattle, Washington 98115
Ingrid Wheelock, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and have been working as a psychotherapist for over 20 years. My orientation is psychodynamic and relational, which means that I view psychotherapy as a collaboration between therapist and client focused on exploring thoughts and feelings as they emerge in the context of a therapeutic relationship. Ultimately, successful psychotherapy may alleviate suffering, increase self-awareness, help one enjoy a broader range of emotional experience, and enhance one's ability to engage more fully in relationships with others.
(253) 200-9293
Seattle, Washington 98121
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