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Therapists in Seattle

Elana Kupor, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am here to help you make contact with your natural vitality and joy in life. I work with many people who feel like they have gotten lost or stuck in old patterns. Together we explore how these symptoms are actually road signs pointing towards change. I use clarity, compassion, and humor to help you move past blocks into a more expansive, creative world. My clients come to me with a variety of issues, including anxiety, depression, life transitions, challenges with hearing loss, and food/ body conflicts.
(206) 535-2031
Seattle, Washington 98103
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
Angela Davis, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My goal is to provide you with evidence based psychological treatments/techniques to help you reach your goals, reduce your symptoms and improve your quality of life. In addition to having received exceptional training in treating a wide-range of problems from world-renowned treatment centers, I enjoy infusing my work with compassion, humor, and kindness in an effort to provide you with the highest standard of care. Please visit my website to see if we might be a good fit ( or contact me with any questions.
(617) 505-4206
Seattle, Washington 98103
Hiltrud Verdier, Counselor  in Seattle
“My passion lies in empowering clients to fully engage in the adventure of being alive. Too often in the process of socialization our innate movement and self-expression get stifled, our spirits broken. We are asked to conform with expectations of parents and society. We might be forced to adapt to a dysfunctional environment. We learn to control ourselves, to disconnect from our emotions.I focus on helping my clients reconnect with their emotions. Emotions shape and organize our experience of life and our connection to others. When we are deeply connected with our emotions, they become our greatest ally.
(206) 535-1602
Seattle, Washington 98115
Monique Brown, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Sometimes feelings and behaviors become obstacles to accessing your strength. If you don't accept yourself as you are, you can't change--a paradox, but true. Self-acceptance can be difficult, especially with history of abuse, trauma, or opression in which shame/guilt become integral to your sense of self. Destructive behavior, in whatever form, has its own logic, but is understandable given your history. We cope in ways that serve to protect ourselves in childhood--serving a useful purpose back then. But now, they prevent you from having stable, close relationships and feeling an empowered sense of self.
(206) 538-2876
Seattle, Washington 98103
Carol Poole, Counselor  in Seattle
“People can get stuck in painful emotional states and relationship patterns, for all kinds of reasons. I help people with chronic emotional pain, depression, anxiety, and the aftereffects of trauma and abuse. I focus on helping people work through sources of pain, and build their capacities for a satisfying life. In couples counseling, I help partners hear and understand each other in new ways, and create the space they need to thrive as both individuals and as partners in a relationship.
(253) 343-0824
Seattle, Washington 98112
Harry Ariel Atlas, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Whatever the present condition of our life, we have had an intrinsic role in creating it, whether we see it or not. The good news is that once we have enough awareness to take ownership, we can consciously create what is next. Our greatest ally is self awareness and clarity. My role as a therapist is to help you identify and resolve your obstacles (internal and external) and to help you clarify your life purpose and direction. In an empathic relationship that stresses authenticity, our processes will lead to in depth exploration and releasing.
(206) 745-5778
Seattle, Washington 98109
Frank J DeMarco, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I take a respectful and affirming stance toward my clients, viewing the therapeutic relationship as a collaborative partnership. I work to create a supportive environment of trust and acceptance where together we can safely explore sensitive or painful aspects of your life; identify and change patterns of thought and behavior that cause you emotional suffering, interpersonal problems, or difficulty functioning; and work to enhance your motivation, self-esteem, and self-confidence. My theoretical orientation integrates cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, narrative, existential, and mindfulness approaches. I work from a holistic perspective that considers biological, psychological, socio-cultural, and spiritual factors in understanding human behavior and experience.
(253) 220-6697
Seattle, Washington 98109
Laura Stone, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with kids and families on issues of attachment after adoption, behavioral problems, emotional regulation, social skills, identity and separation. With kids I often make use of play and art therapy techniques. Infants and very young children are seen in conjunction with their caregivers, in dyadic formation. With adults we work to help recognize old patterns, gain awareness about internal conflicts, tolerate and overcome the threat of change, and awaken to new and more satisfying possibilities for thinking, relating and living.
(206) 498-9895
Seattle, Washington 98109
Beth White, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“"It seems whatever the fear, be it love, truth or the unknown, we all have a choice, again and again, to open to our fear and find out more about ourselves by waiting until what is dark becomes seen and accepted." If you are suffering from depression, anxiety, fears, relationship issues, overwhelming anger, confusion, sadness, grief and loss, I invite you to contact me. "...the deepest sufferings of heart and spirit cannot be solved, only witnessed and held."
(206) 452-1318
Seattle, Washington 98101
Elaine Willey, Counselor  in Seattle
“For nearly 20 years, I've worked with individuals and couples struggling with relationship problems, challenging life transitions like mid-life crises, stressful job issues, grief and loss, chronic illness, and living authentically. I also specialize in depression, anxiety, and stress. You're not alone in your struggle once we begin to work together. I listen deeply to really understand you as we work to transform your issues. I offer sessions in my Seattle office, by phone, or by Skype.
(206) 455-7166
Seattle, Washington 98105
Karen Wyome, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Offering psychotherapy to children, adults, and families for 25 years, I've been fortunate to journey with numerous people on their unique life path. In psychotherapy, meaningful outcomes can grow from a foundation of trust, fresh perspectives, mutual respect, and gentle yet fearless curiosity. With oodles of warmth and positive support, together we craft an approach that fits you best. Always, your voice is supreme in these powerful conversations. Whether you've benefited from therapy in the past or are simply wondering what it's all about, I'm glad to meet for a no-charge 30-minute meeting.
(206) 743-9294
Seattle, Washington 98101
Debra S Mowat, Counselor  in Seattle
“Life can throw us off track at times. We may feel alone, depressed, betrayed, worried or angry. We may long to feel better, but end up feeling stuck or scared. I believe that change is possible in the safe and confidential setting of therapy, where we can look more honestly at ourselves and our circumstances. The support and understanding of another person helps us face our difficulties.
(425) 224-5915
Seattle, Washington 98102
Calvin Burnap, Counselor  in Seattle
“The work we will do together is part of a larger social justice framework that seeks collective healing and empowerment. When working together, I am sensitive to how oppression (racism, sexism, colonialism, transphobia, heterosexism, ageism, classism, ableism, etc.) can impact mental health and identity. The most important goal I have for my clients is to create a safe space to be and talk.
(206) 535-1835
Seattle, Washington 98104
Pacific Northwest Family Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“My passion and focus is on relationships. I believe complete change and healing should be done by treating the whole family system. My goal is to help couples work through any distress they may be experiencing. This includes helping blended families work out the new roles each member is stepping into as well as helping divorced couples learn to effectively co-parent their children so that the children remain the priority. My modalities of treatment stem from Family Systems Theory, as well as, Attachment Theory.
(206) 745-4056
Seattle, Washington 98102
“My practice is oriented towards long-term insight-oriented psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and adults, sometimes including medication management as part of an overall treatment plan. I seek to provide non-critical, empathic, and respectful listening which will enable my patients to feel safe as we explore together the sources of their distress. As a person achieves greater self-understanding, greater self-acceptance and compassion towards oneself becomes possible, and this helps relieve suffering and affords greater personal freedom to become one's authentic self.
(206) 745-4453
Seattle, Washington 98112
Judith Foley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I have been providing psychotherapy to individuals and couples in the Seattle area for 25 years. I practice in a way that allows me to listen thoughtfully to provide straightforward, respectful feedback. My approach is collaborative, providing insight and new ways of understanding yourself, as well as offering communication and life skills to improve your relationships with others. It is often difficult to see and change the painful patterns that can develop and repeat. I have found talking this through with someone with sound training and experience can provide new possibilities in your life.
(206) 395-3356
Seattle, Washington 98105
Tracy Hahn, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I would consider myself an interactive based therapist. My therapeutic approach provides support and practical feedback in order to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. I integrate complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, I work with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing. My focus in treatment is examining perceptions and judgements, exploring thoughts and feeling and advocating on behalf of your intentions for counseling.
(206) 745-0989
Seattle, Washington 98103
Maura Freeman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Empathic listening and reflection are key to the therapeutic process and help create a safe, nonjudgmental and confidential environment. I work with clients to find a balance of support, listening and active interventions that help you seek the outcome you're looking for. One goal, in this collaborative work, is to facilitate an awareness of long-standing patterns that may not be working for the life you envision.
(206) 535-1893
Seattle, Washington 98109
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
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