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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

Matthew Brooks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I work with people who want and need to know themselves better in order to improve their lives. You may need support during a difficult time, or you may want to resolve longstanding, unhappy relationship conflicts. You may struggle with trauma or anxiety, or have difficulty being intimate. No matter what brings you in, our first step is to understand your needs and goals, and to develop the right approach together. Psychotherapy remains the treatment of choice for enhancing self-esteem, improving relationships, and becoming more flexible and resilient in response to stress.
(206) 234-9765
Seattle, Washington 98112
Colleen O'Rollins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA, AT
“Feeling stuck? Change is possible! I integrate creative techniques into our work to help you access your own wisdom and healing. Together we will make sense of your life, your relationships, your situation. No blame, no shame, and probably a few laughs along the way. I enjoy working with families, individuals of all ages, and couples. I use cognitive behavioral techniques, mindfulness, narrative therapy and others. I am upbeat, experienced, and easy to talk to. No art skills needed!
(206) 981-3319
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jennifer Trebby, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Any description of therapy is one that is already limited by the words used to describe it. So much of what happens between you and me in the therapy room will involve us finding our way there together. But here are some questions we'll be curious about: Do you find yourself getting in your own way at times? Are you holding on to ideas about yourself that no longer serve you? A sense of wholeness and ease comes from making space for, and giving voice to, all of these parts of yourself.
(781) 352-2154
Seattle, Washington 98103
Wendy E Smith, Counselor  in Seattle
“If you are seeking to work through anxiety, depression, an identity issue, a life transition, a traumatic experience, or a significant loss, I may be the therapist to help you. I can also help couples deeply reconnect on the level of needs and feelings--as opposed to having that same unproductive argument over and over again. With individuals, I often work in the here-and-now. Additionally, I pay attention to your history in order to understand (together with you) how your past experiences might be affecting your capacity to live well in the present and imagine a future.
(206) 745-0971
Seattle, Washington 98119
Bethanne Kinmonth, Counselor  in Seattle
“Inspired daily by the resiliency of my clients, I seek to provide a space for true joy and authentic tears to be held in safety and honor. I work well with individuals, couples, or families that are motivated toward healing for their own lives. It is my belief that we walk together in this process. Therefore, I do not assume to be an authority on your life and believe true empowerment and healing comes from within you. With this framework of mutual trust, we can explore areas that have otherwise been off limits.
(206) 438-3028
Seattle, Washington 98104
Elaine Waller-Rose, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Your decision to enter the process of therapy is an act of trust that I take seriously and respectfully. I've had the privilege of assisting women, men, couples and youth as they work through the variety of experiences and challenges that make us human. Although I was initially trained in psychodynamic and attachment theory, we may incorporate any of several clinical approaches. What suits the client's needs and preferences is key. Together, we create a supportive atmosphere where what matters to the client can be expressed and explored. More satisfying and effective ways of moving forward can be nurtured.
(206) 743-9283
Seattle, Washington 98122
Julie Holt, Counselor  in Seattle
“If you're not quite sure what needs to change in your life, you're in the right place. I can help you navigate your path forward. Life can be challenging. With the right help, that challenge becomes your successful life - complete with happiness, satisfaction, and the knowledge that you're really living the life you want. It can be a reality. It really can.
(206) 979-6764
Seattle, Washington 98102
Changing Stories Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“Are you or a family member struggling with grief or loss? Do you feel stuck in your journey as a human being? Are you haunted by regrets? I believe that extremely impactful events are often swept under the rug by our fast-paced lives and sometimes it requires a safe and slowed down space to look back in order to move forward. I work with a variety of theories--especially narrative--and teens, families and adults in Spanish and English.
(206) 535-1958
Seattle, Washington 98104
Yane Barreto, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, CMHS, MHP
“Searching for a therapist is an important task, and it is essential that you find one who is a good fit for you; someone you can trust. If you are experiencing heightened levels of stress, and you want to develop coping skills to live a more full life, counseling can be a great opportunity. Call me to set up a time to discuss how we could help you. I am a preferred provider for Group Health Cooperative, First Choice Health Network, and United Behavioral Healthcare.
(206) 745-4898
Seattle, Washington 98125
David J Kosins, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am one of Washington State's most experienced specialists in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). I help people to cope with anxiety, OCD, and related disorders, and to live a healthy, balanced life. Working from a foundation of a caring and empathic therapy relationship, I can teach you scientifically-supported skills to handle your life challanges more effectively. My goal is to help my clients regain their vitality and confidence through learning how to resolve current problems and reduce troubling symptoms. My ideal client is someone struggling with an anxiety or related disorder who seeks concrete results from therapy that is informed by research.
(253) 248-4277
Seattle, Washington 98119
Nan Drake, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, AAMFT
“Positive change, warmth and understanding are cornerstones of my practice. I have over 30 years of experience helping clients clarify issues and move toward positive resolutions to problems. Many individuals and couples come in dealing with loneliness, anxiety, depression and loss. I provide a safe space for exploring these issues and structure for resolving them. I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist which means I think about people and their difficulties in the context of their families and other important systems in their lives.
(253) 777-1606
Seattle, Washington 98125
Wendy Maurer, Counselor  in Seattle
“Undergoing intensive psychodynamic psychotherapy is deeply personal. For many individuals, this adventure into unknown recesses of their psyches reveals personal vistas previously unimagined. Such exploration frequently involves painful disclosures, frightening discoveries, an extraordinary development of self-understanding, an increase in capacity for intimate sharing, and an integration of strengths and aspirations. Such a journey, with phases of both pain and exhilaration, usually takes place over an extended period.
(206) 451-7899
Seattle, Washington 98122
Li Ravicz, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I work with adults, couples and adolescents seeking help for a broad variety of problems. My therapeutic style tends to be warm and engaged and my purpose above all others is to be helpful. Thus, I tailor various therapeutic approaches to address your particular situation.
(253) 470-4936
Seattle, Washington 98103
Loretta Baud, Counselor  in Seattle
“Choosing to see someone for counseling is a courageous step. I believe we all can benefit and grow from having an objective person looking at our lives with us. I am honored to have this role in the lives of others.
(206) 949-9126
Seattle, Washington 98103
Janet K. Look, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Dr. Look provides individual, family and group psychotherapy for children, adolescents and adults. Sometimes, it is difficult to talk to our family or friends about our problems. Meeting with Dr. Janet can help you to assess the seriousness of a problem and the best way to cope with it. Dr. Look is trained in assessment and psychotherapeutic techniques that can help you to answer your questions and manage your problems. You will learn to develop an individualized plan based on your strengths for dealing with your personal, educational and occupational needs.
(206) 525-3210
Seattle, Washington 98105
Nadia G Ahrens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACHT
“I believe that everyone has a life purpose. My goal is to assist clients achieve fulfillment and empowerment in their lives. At times we come across obstacles in life, or feel "stuck". These are opportunities for personal growth and reflection.
(253) 248-4275
Seattle, Washington 98103
Irene M Michon, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you looking for ways to diminish unnecessary suffering and live with contentment and wellbeing? Are you wanting to learn how to break free from anxiety and depression and move through negative mind states? Are you wasting energy on tensions and emotional reactions unrelated to what is actually occurring in your life? Psychotherapy is a way to ensure that you are living at your full potential and awake and present in your true nature. Join me in the endeavor to actualize the changes you desire.
(206) 518-9757
Seattle, Washington 98103
Kim Kendall, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My practice focusses on assessment & treatment of Depression, Anxiety, ADHD, Bipolar Spectrum, Work & Life Issues, Family Problems. I enjoy seeing both adults and adolescents. I typically start with a thorough evaluation of your concerns so that important issues are not overlooked. This information then allows us to work together to decide how to prioritize and approach your concerns. I have a warm interactive style that many people prefer because I believe it is helpful to share my impressions and experience with you. In this way we can develop a collaborative process and work as a team together.
(206) 329-8845
Seattle, Washington 98122
Shanyn Gilio-Tenan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MHP, CMHS
“I view therapy as a tool to make changes in our lives. It is a collaborative process between the client and therapist. In our work together we focus on the strengths that one has internally as well as goals to help one improve how they feel about themselves, others and their environment. I work to tailor my services for each individual by helping them feel empowered to identify and address what might be impacting their current situation.
(541) 241-2777
Seattle, Washington 98119
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
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