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Sovereign Health Alternative to Incarceration, Treatment Facility  in Olympia
“Sovereign Health offers court services and treatment programs for people who are dealing with legal issues such as a DUI, DWI, drunk in public, possession of a controlled substance, are among the list. If you or someone you know who has been charged with a crime and has substance abuse and/or mental health issues, there are many potential benefits for seeking help before going to trial. Additionally, if the crime is related to substance abuse problems or a mental health disorder, then treatment may be a required part of the journey through the legal system, such as court-ordered drug treatment or a court-ordered mental health evaluation. We invite you to visit us today and watch patient reviews of their hope and recovery at www.sovcal.com.
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Loretta Crawford Kissel,   in Olympia
“I am Loretta Crawford Kissel, an Artistic Systems Therapist, Coach and Consultant helping people heal from fragmented living. As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Child Mental Health Specialist trained in Systems Counseling and Applied Behavioral Science, I work with individuals, families, couples and groups. I engage the power of creativity and work with clients to access their deepest wisdom to heal their own lives and achieve internal peace that transforms their external world. My work is diverse and eclectic. Collaboratively I work with other practitioners specializing in Complex PTSD and Developmental Trauma.
(360) 529-4105
Olympia, Washington 98502
Maile M Bay, Psychologist  in Olympia
“Therapy is unique for each person. Respect and understanding are vital in helping each person. Solution-focused to help solve problems. * * * * * Available to provide parent custody evaluations, write a report, and testify as an expert in divorce proceedings.
(360) 529-3755
Olympia, Washington 98506
Jolene Stokesberry, Counselor  in Olympia
“I believe that the most effective route to change and healing is through self awareness, I strive to work towards that end in all the therapy I do, both with couples and with individuals. I have found that there is no more powerful tool for breaking old patterns and affecting real change than self knowledge. With people who are curious inward and outwardly, I can help them do deep work and find out who they are and why they do the things they do.
(360) 339-8794
Olympia, Washington 98506
Evergreen Counseling & Hypnotherapy, Counselor  in Olympia
“A DYNAMIC APPROACH TO INNER CHANGE - By combining conventional therapy with different modalities of working with the subconscious, I offer resources to those situations where you have previously done therapy without feeling much movement or change. Because the subconscious is in control 95% of the time, I offer a different approach to work through issues much faster. I do not believe it needs to take a long time to heal if given the right resources. If you desire change and create a more peaceful life, call and we can set up a consultation at no charge or obligation.
(360) 868-5105
Olympia, Washington 98506
Silvia Behrend, Pastoral Counselor  in Olympia
Pastoral Counselor, DMin, MDiv, CPA, CDPA
“Do you find yourself repeating unhealthy patterns of behavior or thoughts that keep you depressed, unhappy or disconnected from your authentic self? Do you live out patterns set into motion from family of origin, cultural or religious experiences that impede your ability to choose a life in line with your destiny or potential? If you are aware that your life is not fully your own,we work to discern and change the patterns which have kept you stuck. By enhancing you ability to choose new ways of thinking and behaving, you can live a more healthy and balanced life.
(360) 200-6193
Olympia, Washington 98501
Wm. John Gass, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Olympia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Are you finding yourself reacting to emotional triggers that you thought you had dealt with? Do you see the same patterns of suffering repeatedly showing up? Many of us have patterns of behavior or emotional reactions that seem to keep appearing in our lives, limiting our access to happiness. I work with people who may have a specific behavior or pattern that they want to change, and with people seeking the balance that can come through personal growth.
(253) 279-4874
Olympia, Washington 98501
Kathleen Pruitt, Counselor  in Olympia
“Therapy can provide a rich environment to express difficulties and to explore creative solutions. I am available to work with couples, adults and children of all ages (with parent if under 3 years old) in a comfortable setting. I am encouraging, optimistic and supportive in my approach while guiding the work to be effective. Counseling will draw on your experiences and insights as well as from therapy approaches I offer.
(360) 339-8881
Olympia, Washington 98502
Zoe Waggoner,   in Olympia
“Are you feeling stuck and unhappy in your life? Are you feeling shame, guilt, frustration with your your life, your relationships, or your emotional eating issues? I can help you uncover the old beliefs and behavior patterns that keep you stuck, and together we can identify and implement practical, self - compassionate tools so that you can move toward inner and outer peace. I offer one-to-one counseling, strategic coaching, hypnotherapy, classes, weekend retreats and monthly support groups.
(360) 358-2961
Olympia, Washington 98501
Cynthia Rae, Counselor  in Olympia
“I work best with people wanting to make a change in their lives, but having difficulty doing so. That change might be improving communication/ interactions with family, friends, your spouse, coworkers, or your employer. Or perhaps that change is developing coping skills to ease difficult lifestyle changes (recent move, death of family member, new baby, new or loss of job), or improving self-esteem (including eating disorders, depression, anxiety). I primarily provide cognitive-behavioral therapy (addressing unhelpful thinking patterns) to increase awareness so change is possible. I work from a client-centered perspective, meaning together we work toward YOUR goals.
(360) 339-8930
Olympia, Washington 98502
Katya V Shkurkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Olympia
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW, LCSW
“With 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist, my style is warm, compassionate and highly focused. I lean on a Developmental framework in nearly every area of your life: some areas are highly developed, others underdeveloped. I work with a traditional social work Strengths Based perspective, which means that I look for what you do well, and how you have successfully coped in the past. With a Cognitive Behavioral structure, we also look at which behaviors you might want to alter, as well as the thinking distortions that tend to be underneath our areas of dysfunction.
(360) 746-3974
Olympia, Washington 98506
Tyler Q Stewart, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Olympia
“I work with couples and families on a range of issues including general parenting, relationship issues and children/adolescents who are having behavioral or school related difficulties. Other areas of specialization include: supporting families who are experiencing depression, anxiety, grief and communication difficulties. People dealing with identity and trauma issues related to sexual, gender and cultural oppression are also an area of focus.
(360) 402-9031
Olympia, Washington 98501
Bill Stoner, Counselor  in Olympia
“Good therapy is based on a good relationship. There are no "right" answers; only answers that are right for you. In a safe and supportive environment I can help you change how you see the world and how the world sees you, improve communication and identify self-needs, rediscover your unique gifts and role in life, and create and maintain healthy boundaries.
(360) 320-6998
Olympia, Washington 98501
Cheryl Deviny, Counselor  in Olympia
“I work with adults, couples and children experiencing a variety of stressors. My clients appreciate an environment of warmth, open-mindedness, and acceptance that supports growth and healing through difficult times. Therapeutic techniques employed include cognitive behavioral theory, insight techniques, unconditional positive regard, and a healthy dose of humor. And integral part of my practice, EMDR, is used to build upon strengths, recover from current or previous crises/traumas, and to support movement toward a healthier, happier future.
(360) 545-3968
Olympia, Washington 98502
Socket Klatzker, Counselor  in Olympia
“Therapy is a container. I aim to create a space with you where you embrace your wholeness. Being well held in your efforts can expand your capacity for self-acceptance and healing. I approach clients with a deeply rooted belief in their innate wisdom and strength. My role is to witness you as you are, while supporting, reflecting, and encouraging your growth. I am strongly committed to social justice and anti-oppression work in my life as well as in my role of therapist. My thirteen years of experience learning to notice, unlearn, and dismantle societal oppression permeates my practice.
(360) 633-2952
Olympia, Washington 98501
Jan Coleman, Counselor  in Olympia
“I am pleased to announce the opening of my psychotherapy and counseling practice in Olympia. With more than 20 years experience serving adults, adolescents and children, I am committed to providing the highest standard of care. I work with individuals, couples and families to help alleviate depression, decrease anxiety, better manage stress, improve relationships, cope with life changes, and build richer and happier lives. I will do my best to help you develop greater self-knowledge, understanding and acceptance.
(360) 841-5801
Olympia, Washington 98502
Mukti Khanna, Psychologist  in Olympia
“Have you ever wondered how you can become a more active participant in your own healthcare? Mind-Body Medicine Psychology can provide a biopsychosocial perspective to help alleviate individual and intergenerational trauma, chronic pain, depression, anxiety, spiritual emergence and other health related concerns. Learning to regulate your nervous system through mindfulness based practices, expressive arts therapy and energy psychology can decrease stress, enhance emotional well being and self care for both the person who has a health challenge and their caregivers or family members.
(360) 529-4935
Olympia, Washington 98501
Shawna Wallis, Counselor  in Olympia
“I believe that underlying many people's decision to seek therapy is a desire to experience change in their lives, to try new behaviors, and to learn to heal and grow. The primary way healthy change can be fostered in a therapeutic setting is through relationship. At Capital Counseling Services I strive to create with each client a genuine, respectful, trust-filled relationship that promotes growth and healing. I offer a free 20 minute initial consultation appointment. This provides you an opportunity to ask questions and help me understand what led you to seek therapeutic support.
(360) 529-5119
Olympia, Washington 98502
Sheela Stocks, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, Psychologist  in Olympia
“If you are feeling overwhelmed due to challenges in your life or because you are depressed and anxious with no identifiable reason, there are many things we can do together to return you to a healthier more stable place. Perhaps you survived childhood abuse, neglect, critical parents, or some type of trauma any time in your life. These life events effect the ways we deal with situations and relationships throughout our lives. Dealing with old issues and becoming mindful of the underlying motives can change the way you manage present events and relationships. Being more present in the present helps increase happiness and stability.
(360) 216-0096
Olympia, Washington 98502
Stacy Dell, Counselor  in Olympia
“Starting therapy is a courageous step toward change. Counseling with me is often short term, goal-focused and oriented with present concerns. In some cases, longer term therapy is necessary for working with more longstanding patterns of thought and behavior. I work with adolescents (13+) and adults. We may decide together that individual, couples or family work is appropriate. I consider myself a generalist and have seen clients with many different concerns throughout my career. I have particular interest in anxiety, panic and OCD; anti-oppression; grief and loss; chronic illness; healing from trauma and perinatal and postpartum issues.
(360) 799-5773
Olympia, Washington 98506
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