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Therapists in Seattle

Amy Bloom LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed counselor with over a decade treating depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety, and a sex addiction therapist (CSAT) certified by the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP) with Patrick Carnes. Along with general practice and specialties, I treat those who suffer from sexual addiction/compulsion and their spouses/partners. I offer assessment, level of care determination, and counseling for sexual addicts/compulsives. I do not treat sex offenders. Individual and group sessions are available for spouses and partners. Issues addressed include love addiction, codependency, grief and loss, betrayal, trauma healing, boundaries, self care, and integrity.
(206) 434-1000
Seattle, Washington 98109
Breona Mendoza, Counselor  in Seattle
“Seattle Youth Counseling provides a safe place where youth have a chance to talk about the things they are struggling with and learn new ways to cope and advocate for their needs. I work from a place of mutual trust and respect-meeting my clients where they are at and taking their lead as to the areas they are hoping to work on. I see my role as an ally/advocate and guide, drawing on people's strengths, abilities, and resilience to support them in reaching their goals.
(360) 383-5459
Seattle, Washington 98115
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
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
Mon-Lin Kuo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“I specialize in children and adolescents with an emphasis in family systems. I offer solution-focused and cognitive behavioral therapy. I have extensive experience working with adults, couples,and individuals seeking treatment for personal growth, symptom reduction, and family issues. I have experience working with depression, anxiety, job-related problems,drugs and alcohol. I am able to offer a direct approach often working with present problems. I attempt to work toward brief therapy unless otherwise indicated. Therapy can be a very beneficial part of life and development and I hope you choose to experience this with me.
(206) 922-8259
Seattle, Washington 98112
Jaylene Dunning, Counselor  in Seattle
“I've been in private practice for 10 years. I work with ages 14 through adult struggling with a variety of issues including anxiety and depression, eating disorders, self-injury and gender issues.
(425) 427-9775
Seattle, Washington 98136
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
Theresa K Jaworski, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have 30 years of experience and specialize in helping individuals suffering with depression, anxiety, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder and chronic pain. I enjoy teaching mindfulness and acceptance techniques and find them to be a good adjunct to cognitive behavioral therapy and psychotherapy. I believe our true nature is comprised of awareness and compassion. In therapy we learn to direct this compassionate awareness towards ourselves. Instead of standing apart from ourselves and pushing ourselves to be better or different, the goal of therapy is to make friends with who we already are.
(206) 557-6255
Seattle, Washington 98102
Tom Benson, Counselor  in Seattle
“I take the mysticism out of therapy. We both know that not everything is "about your mother." Figuring out why you are the way you are can be interesting and even enlightening, but it's worthless if you're still experiencing the same emotional pain. You have the ability to make changes in your life. Things don't have to stay the same.
(206) 504-2031
Seattle, Washington 98103
Darchelle D. Worley, Counselor  in Seattle
“I provide psychotherapy to individuals who seek help for depression and anxiety, who want to grow a stronger sense of self, and who are motivated to work through and find relief from a variety of troubling issues and past or present traumas. Painful experiences can keep one overwhelmed, confused, and stuck in defeating patterns and vicious cycles. These patterns and cycles can then prevent meaningful, life-giving relationships with oneself and with others. They can keep you from uncovering and developing your potentials and from pursuing your goals. They can keep you from feeling fully alive, or even keep you from wanting to live.
(206) 258-7465
Seattle, Washington 98115
Valorie Johnson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Hello and welcome to my practice! My approach to therapy with you will be a collaborative process to help you frame problems not only in a personal context, but also in a social and cultural context. We all possess resilience and have many resources within us, some not yet realized. There are times in life when you may need a caring professional to walk with you on a journey toward a more peaceful, healthy, integrated self. My office is cozy and conveniently located in the Alaska Junction of West Seattle, with handicap access and 2 hour free parking.
(206) 489-3811
Seattle, Washington 98116
“Your decision to allow another to walk along with you in your struggle takes courage. Equally courageous is your pursuit of perspective, healing and hope in your life. I'll work collaboratively with you to move beyond coping strategies of your past (anger, silence, anxiety to name a few) that no longer work in the life you want today. YOU, and your connection with your fundamental value are the focus of our time. Are you ready to work together in getting to know yourself better?
(206) 569-4643
Seattle, Washington 98103
Eve Wright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Every person is deeply unique, but we all have times where life is more difficult. Do you want a place to sort out your feelings where you wont be judged? Where you can explore ways of handling things in a supportive atmosphere? Talking in a safe environment helps to explore how you are treating yourself. Feelings can become less overwhelming, and confidence increases. Learning about feelings that underly life can help you respond to the world with flexibility and confidence. I have been in practice for 20 years, helping people to understand and appreciate their emotional life.
(206) 384-4478
Seattle, Washington 98102
Laura W. Groshong, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Thank you for reviewing my practice information. Clients working with me have had success in getting through emotional crisis, dealing with longstanding emotional distress, as well as making changes in what helps them feel worthwhile. If you are in distress due to a loss, a conflict with others, or a conflict within, I may be able to help. My 37 years of practice have given me a broad understanding of the emotional problems that my clients face. I look forward to meeting you.
(206) 745-0619
Seattle, Washington 98105
Margaret V Prescott, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, ATR-BC
“I believe in helping people in a thorough and holistic manner. If you are experiencing feelings of depression or anxiety, I won't simply give you a solution for how to feel less depressed or anxious. I will help you understand the source of those feelings and develop a sense of self-mastery. Equipped with a core understanding of self, we will create and work towards your life goals. I believe in a "bottom, up" approach because I feel that it is essential to creating stable, long-lasting change.
(206) 316-8326
Seattle, Washington 98107
Selena M Gray, Counselor  in Seattle
“Our work together is a rare opportunity to stop and listen deeply to who you are and how you relate to the world around you. I liken it to putting a stethoscope onto your inner world and we both listen together and talk about what we find. My hope is for these times to feel safe enough for you to begin to say things you've not said before and discover aspects of yourself you didn't know still existed--maybe you had given up hope that they could come alive again.
(206) 926-9850
Seattle, Washington 98102
Heather J Reichmann, Counselor  in Seattle
“This work is about how you relate to yourself and how you relate to me. It is about what happens when you and I spend time learning more about how you have found yourself here & now. It's about the ways in which you have been harmed, the pain that you've carried, the grief that has shaped you and the coping mechanisms and defenses that you have adopted in order to keep on keeping on. I will bring my curiosity and my awareness to your thoughts, your feelings, your behavior. We will become students of you.
(206) 489-3288
Seattle, Washington 98103
Mark Michael, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Greetings. I offer therapy to heal from interpersonal wounds, depression, anxiety, isolation, repetitive relationship patterns, and other concerns to attain the most fulfilled personal and professional life possible. I endeavor to provide a warmly interactive, personal and direct, attentive and supportive environment in which persons may focus on their lives, taking actions to change, and on their relationships.
(253) 248-4524
Seattle, Washington 98102
Rachel Harmon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I enjoy working with people to them to find the opportunity in life's challenges. We all encounter painful situations and it is my hope that through therapy, we can work together to reduce the suffering that often accompanies these. My areas of interest include grief and loss, end of life issues, adjustment to illness (chronic or acute), anxiety, depression, parenting issues, life transitions, relationship conflict, post-partum issues. I draw from a variety of interventions, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based therapy, and solution-focused therapy.
(206) 535-1365
Seattle, Washington 98109
Cristi Thielman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome! Whether you are looking for help during a time of transition in your life, need extra support for dealing with grief, stress, relationship issues or just need someone to talk to, I can help you make changes in your life. The counseling relationship provides a safe place for exploring your behavioral and emotional patterns and for making changes when your behaviors and ways of relating to others are no longer working for you. I have over 10 years of experience helping adults, adolescents and couples make changes in their lives and relationships.
(206) 745-3418
Seattle, Washington 98109
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