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Therapists in Bellingham

Mike Black Counseling Services, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bellingham
“I am able to provide pastoral/clinical therapy to couples who are struggling due to resentment and communication issues. This includes couples who are separated. My bias is to help the couple move toward reconciliation through many steps they take in the therapy process. In addition, I have expertise with clients who face trauma/grief due to divorce/death/long term illness/injury etc. I have extensive experience working in a treatment center with addicts/alcoholics and their families; thus, I understand addiction issues and treatment approaches to overcoming addictions for the addict and the family.
(360) 663-4494
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Cindy Paffumi, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I believe in the inherent ability of an individual to change and heal. Therapy can be a path for that healing journey. I always keep in mind your unique set of needs and comfort level so the therapeutic environment feels as safe as possible. The approach I use integrates the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual aspects of each of us, a holistic understanding that body and mind is not separated. My intention is to empower you to embrace new coping tools to foster success and discover greater life possibilities. I provide individual and group psychotherapy.
(360) 529-5578
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Elizabeth Chace Counseling, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I work with women, families, children, and adolescents, especially those struggling with anxiety, depression, the effects of trauma, and DV. I am particularly passionate about women's identity development, eating disorders and body image, self care, and the myriad of struggles that arise in both young adulthood and motherhood.
(360) 205-3183
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Karen C King, Counselor  in Bellingham
“Today you are taking the first steps toward feeling hopeful and in balance again, no matter what has been challenging you in your life. I work hard to help you find new hope and perspectives on what troubles you, whatever the cause. My approach is supportive, compassionate and direct. I offer the skills of mindfulness and self compassion to lessen the challenges and difficulties you are facing, I look forward to working with you to help you gain valuable insight into unhelpful patterns and I will use all my skills and tools to help you feel hopeful and confident again.
(360) 529-3544
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Karen R York, Counselor  in Bellingham
Counselor, MEd
“People seek therapy for a variety of reasons. It might start with a simple desire to get more from life. You might want to feel more comfortable with yourself or feel more connected in relationships. You might be struggling with changes or circumstances that you didn't choose. Maybe you recognize attitudes or behaviors that you want to change. Together, we can understand how you became who you are now, and what you want for your future. I have helped mny people do this.
(360) 529-5190
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Bridget C Cantrell,   in Bellingham
“I am considered a Subject Matter Expert on PTSD. The goal of my mental health practice is to assist clients in transforming their lives. In our office you will find a sanctuary, safety and healing, from which to discover ways to re-connect with your life. We will create new ways of coping with your emotional, spiritual and physical health conditions. We work with a variety of issues: PTSD, depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, substance and alcohol abuse. We provide Readjustment Counseling after life-altering events: war zone trauma, deployment stress, divorce, illness, domestic violence, assault, financial stress, etc. Why wait?
(360) 529-4776
Bellingham, Washington 98225
“Therapy is creative, gives us focus, loosens the grip of our problems, spins us around, and lifts us up. I have practiced psychology for about 30 years and presently have offices in Bellingham and Renton, WA and Vancouver, BC. I have just opened the office in Bellingham and welcome new clients. I look forward to having the same engaging relationships in Bellingham that I have with clients in the other busy practices. I work eclectically, using methods that personally benefit whoever has come for therapy. Usually there is some aspect of Cognitive Behavioral therapy, because it is so helpful.
(360) 799-5249
Bellingham, Washington 98229
Jeffrey James Howard, Counselor  in Bellingham
“My ideal client is someone--you--who is curious about how to live a more rich, full, and rewarding life; who is willing to work on loving--and being honest with--themselves and others, about what it is they feel and, ultimately, how they want to live. This desire to be happier, this knowing that something is amiss, need only be a faint glimmer to move in the direction of greater health, vitality, and joy. Once you have touched that love for yourself, you know that it exists and you can grow that love inside of you.
(360) 718-5545
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Lisa Harmon, Counselor  in Bellingham
“With a mindfulness-based approach to counseling, I work with adults, adolescents, individuals and couples to develop confidence in processing and managing issues such as: chronic pain, chronic illness, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationships and life transitions. A mindful approach to counseling begins with a present and compassionate therapist and may evolve into the client learning specific mindfulness techniques, ranging from breath work to developing a personal meditation practice, as best fits each individual. Together, we may also work with cognitive-behavioral, relaxation and psychoeducational techniques to develop an awareness of the mind/body connection and how that connection is relevant to your experience.
(360) 610-4082
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Bonnie Johnson, Counselor  in Bellingham
“My goal is to make counseling more accessible and affordable because I genuinely care about people. I excel at helping others sort out what's bothering them and what to do next. I offer a free initial consultation, usually have an appointment available within 1-2 business days (versus 1-2 weeks), accept many insurances and make payment arrangements. I will listen with empathy, compassion and respect while providing the information, support and guidance you need. I will encourage and motivate you to develop new skills and resources for living a happier, more satisfying life. Clients' feedback is very positive.
(360) 529-3445
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Debra Young, Counselor  in Bellingham
“Life is ever changing and evolving. At times change brings with it a sense of excitement and joy, and at other times a turn of events leaves us disappointed, overwhelmed, sad, or disconnected from others and ourselves. Although therapy cannot stop the ups and downs of living, it can help us develop new strategies, new perceptions, and new behaviors that transform feelings of self-doubt and despair into resilient feelings of inner strength and fulfillment. I provide a safe, confidential and caring environment, and bring a heartfelt and genuine approach to support you in finding joy and inner peace.
(360) 464-1953
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Jupe Johnson, Counselor  in Bellingham
“There are times in life when we find ourselves wondering what we can do to handle certain challenges. Sometimes, a bit of help is needed to move on from difficulties, transitions, relational issues, and unexpected events of our lives that challenge us. It is possible to find opportunity and healing where none was thought to exist before. We can gain new insights, and grow from our experiences. Jupe can be helpful as you explore and accept what is and eventually grow and heal in your life. There are always choices, and always room to grow, heal and change.
(360) 303-6294
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Miranda Meagan Keefe, Counselor  in Bellingham
“My counseling style is to support you, encourage you and refresh your hope in yourself, crafting a safe space for you to explore your needs and rediscover your strengths. Iíll help you find solutions for your issues, offer you new skills for wholeness and support you in achieving your goals for your life to be fuller, happier and moving towards greater wellness. I can help you overcome concerns like depression, anxiety, fears that limit you, trauma, dealing with difficult relationships, grief & loss, compulsive behavior, accepting your sexual orientation or gender identity, and issues around coming out or transitioning.
(360) 207-0589
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Cynthia Stentz, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I am a depth psychotherapist.I work with individuals and couples in various states of transition. There may be a loss, a betrayal, a trauma from childhood or the present that has brought you into therapy. Our work is to make relationship to this threshold crossing that can open you to a fuller experiencing of your life
(360) 419-4215
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Mark Tucker, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I work with adults, couples, families, and children ages 6 to 10. I also work with Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals, families with Deaf members, individuals and couples experiencing challenges with hearing loss. I use a range of therapeutic approaches including "top-down" approaches, such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Solution Focus, Motivational Interviewing. I also use more experiential type approaches. I always work collaboratively with the client in a supportive atmosphere. I believe that people have the wisdom to find the change needed. I strive to provide the right tools and skills to assist you in reaching your goals.
(360) 529-4701
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Penny L Hougland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bellingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, QCSW
“I work with adults, couples, and families who are facing a wide range of issues, such as depression, trauma, anxiety, grief, relationship difficulty and the effects of major life transitions. I have worked in the field of mental health for 32+ years. My counseling approach focuses on assisting clients to develop healthy relationships, to work through trauma, to understand deeper and unknown aspects of the self, and to help to discover one's originality and creativity. I work with clients to develop greater insight, self-understanding, and healing, leading to a deeper sense of authenticity, meaning, and awareness.
(360) 707-4681
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Kimberly S. O'Brien, Counselor  in Bellingham
“My compassionate counseling style provides a safe and non-judgmental environment for the client to explore specific issues or pursue ongoing personal growth. Primarily, we will focus on what is happening for you in the present time. Although, sometimes it is helpful to discuss the past as it informs your current situation. Areas of focus are; relationship difficulties, stress reduction, post-abortion counseling, pregnancy decision making; gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues; anxiety, depression, sexuality, identity, grief and loss, family of origin, health concerns, life transitions, work changes/challenges, and spirituality.
(253) 200-9330
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Ananda Hypnotherapy, Hypnotherapist  in Bellingham
“Working as a hypnotherapist is my life passion. I approach each session with a heart centered mind frame. It often works out that people receive relief from issues after one session!
(360) 301-8594
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Barbara Durdle, Counselor  in Bellingham
“There are times in all our lives when we need emotional support. Reaching out for professional help takes strength and courage. Whether you are dealing with relationship issues, grief, depression, anxiety, a life transition or an emotional crisis, it can feel overwhelming to carry all of those emotions and worries alone. At times it can be difficult to even know what you want and need. I provide an open-minded, nonjudgemental, nurturing environment where you can feel safe to be yourself and express whatever emotions you are having.
(214) 901-7737
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Mary Ann Boyle, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I am an action-oriented mental health counselor working with adults and couples.I am located in Bellingham, Wa. I utilize a cognitive-behavioral approach in an effort to assist clients in achieving their goals by changing their thinking and consequent feelings and behavior. I specialize in the areas of depression, anxiety, life transitions, motivation, supporting clients in the maximizing of their potential, and gay and lesbian issues. I have a passion for literature, physical activity, and the building of community and use these areas to aid clients in their own process. My approach is straight forward, respectful and kind.
(360) 453-7956
Bellingham, Washington 98226

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