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Therapists in Seattle

Wendy L Olsen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I work primarily with clients who have issues with romantic relationships. Whether as a couple or as an individual, I work with people to resolve on-going concerns. Sexual concerns, infidelity, conflict resolution, communication and connection are common concerns that clients seek therapy with me to help resolve. In my practice, all couples are welcome regardless of race. religion or sexual orientation. I believe that compassion and humor are agents of change and healing. I offer a safe and comfortable place for my clients to explore new ways of working on current or on-going problems.
(206) 557-3850
Seattle, Washington 98126
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, MHP, BCPC, DAPA
“I am a Clinical Psychotherapist,Board Certified Professional Counselor Diplomate of the American Psychotherapy Association and Licensed Mental Health Counselor in the State of Washington I'm committed to grounding my work in a spirit of curiosity and collaboration. .I use an integrative/relational approach in therapy. I actively help my clients to better understand and gain clarity of their concerns in order to make necessary changes to facilitate personal growth. Psychotherapy can improve the quality and intimacy of your relationships, provide solutions to specific life problems, and significantly reduce feelings of distress.
(206) 569-8547
Seattle, Washington 98122
Kimberly Castelo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“For therapy to be effective, it needs to be real, honest, compassionate, and focused on the client's goals. That is what you will find with me. Over the years, I have found a common thread among my clients: they long to feel safe, loved, and accepted by those around them. When those feelings are not met, life can seem overwhelming and depressing. Finding connections, learning skills, overcoming traumas, dealing with grief, helping your marriage thrive -- these can be great stepping stones in living life to the fullest. Together, we can find ways to achieve this goal.
(206) 429-6253
Seattle, Washington 98109
“Welcome! Whether you are interested in addressing specific problems or exploring patterns in your life, my goal is to help you live a healthier and happier life that's in line with your values. As a clinical psychologist, I provide evidence-based treatments in a collaborative and compassionate environment. My areas of specialty include mood and anxiety disorders, trauma (e.g. sexual, physical, and verbal abuse; torture), substance use, adjustments and life transitions related to immigration and other major life events. I have extensive experience working with diverse populations (e.g. ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, gender, socio-economic status, immigration status).
(206) 504-3944 x316
Seattle, Washington 98122
Tsion Kidane, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“My goal in therapy is to bring hope and renewed vision. My ideal clients are people who struggle with depression, anxiety, PTSD, as well as grief and loss issues. I also like working with families with relationship and parenting problems. Being trained and experienced in the area of domestic violence, I work with women and children from various ethnic backgrounds, who are dealing with the ramifications of abuse. As a multi-cultural and multi-lingual therapist, I give special consideration to cultural issues and specialize in clients whose ethnic background is from East Africa.
(206) 429-6852
Seattle, Washington 98125
Avalon Center, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“I bought Avalon Center in 2007 with the idea that both Mental Health and Addiction issues need to be treated at the same time. Research has proven that evidenced based treatment works to heal. Men's and women's groups were formed as each have unique treatment needs.Each group does much better without having to worry about being "on". People have relationship issues that don't need to be complicated by worrying about it in a group. The group is a safe place to be and share. Avalon Center is a Washington State Certified Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient program meaning Avalon meets criteria for court ordered assessment, treatment and ongoing care for addiction. Avalon can work with your lawyer for reports to courts and probation. Avalon has separate programs for men and women that helps with addiction and mental health. Individual therapy is available for those who have difficulty with groups. Coping Skills 4 Life (based on Dialectical Behavior Therapy {DBT} by M. Linehan) is an introduction to mindfulness, learning how to tolerate distress, get and keep relationships, learn how to boost and regulate your mood and feel better.
(206) 855-3671
Seattle, Washington 98136
Jenny L. Donovan, Counselor  in Seattle
“My mental health practice is centered on an integrated perspective enabling the inclusion of the whole biopsychosocial and spiritual human experience. I am committed to serving people in ways that are supportive to their independence and interdependence within family and community enabling their fullest potential and healing. I include cognitive, behavioral and relational modalities supported by neuroscience, attachment theory and mind-body approaches to inform treatment. Individualized interventions, however, are primary for the consideration of psychotherapy needs with each client.
(206) 659-7153
Seattle, Washington 98115
Barbara Johnstone, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am warm, compassionate and interactive. I work to deeply understand you and empathize with your challenges. For distressed couples, I guide you to practice proven ways to replace patterns that disconnect or hurt you, create safety and depth to your relationship, bridge differences (cultural, personality, life-style) between you, recover from past hurts (including affairs), and lessen the negative impact of past trauma and abuse. For individuals, we create together a personalized approach to help you heal and grow to have more satisfying connections with others and/or with yourself (your emotions, creativity, purpose and meaning, and potential).
(253) 248-4281
Seattle, Washington 98103
Katie Graham, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all have times when life seems like more than we can navigate on our own. With over 23 years of experience, I help clients with a wide range of issues for both short and long-term goals. My style is warm, interactive, and direct while honoring individual uniqueness and self-expression. In a safe and confidential setting, my goal is to provide an opportunity to challenge self-limiting beliefs/behaviors and to establish lifelong tools for improving/maintaining a healthy and enriched life.
(206) 452-2729
Seattle, Washington 98101
Kristen Martinez, Counselor  in Seattle
“Currently accepting new clients and offering free consultations! I specialize in LGBT+ affirmative counseling, women's issues, internalized oppression, and intersectionality. I aim to provide you with a safe space for you to truly be yourself, encouraging you to examine all the facets of yourself without judgment or assumption. Therapy is a place of collaboration and honest and open dialogue between us. You are the expert of your own experiences and your own life. I am simply here to support you on your journey toward increased wellness. You can view my intro video at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=aljJN6C7th0.
(253) 336-8211
Seattle, Washington 98101
“Since my doctoral program and internships in Clinical Psychology (ABD) I have enjoyed 28 years working with individuals, souples and families in order to break the chains of old pattern to embrace new choices. (This is often necessary in order NOT to break relationships or oneself,...and to get unstuck and flowing with more life.) Although I also use many traditional modalities, I am more active in therapy. Therapy is a collaborative journey of talk and expansion (some reading or homework, if wanted). Some unconventional humor is included.
(206) 569-8978
Seattle, Washington 98122
Jenna Melman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LICSW
“I recognize that people seek therapy for a variety of reasons. I believe in working with each person to identify and accomplish personal goals. You can expect a warm environment that balances acceptance/validation and therapeutic "push" for change. This balance is essential to help people effectively reach their goals, overcome challenges and make meaningful changes that will allow for full participation in life.
(206) 496-0695
Seattle, Washington 98103
Scott Rutledge, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Most clients that come to see me are anticipating or in the middle of an “unwanted change”. Whether it is the death of a significant person, a child born with a disability, a teenager who is distant, or a break up of a long relationship, these are all life transitions that can carry a significant amount of emotional weight. Whatever your situation, going backwards or continuing what you are doing is not an option. My goal is to help you lighten the load by working with you to adapt, change and make sense of your new world.
(206) 743-9844
Seattle, Washington 98112
Lynn H Cunningham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MA, MSW, LICSW, PhD
“I work with people who pull their hair. I believe it's possible to make sense of trichotillomania, to achieve some relief, and to understand "why me?" If you pull your hair, you probably feel anxious and depressed when your personal 'will' and sense of agency fail to control your pulling. Trichotillomania tends to complicate every relationship because the behavior affects self esteem, disrupts social (and sexual) life, and interferes with productive and creative efforts. Most telling, it means hair thinning or baldness. Sadly, statistics show that people usually pull their hair for more than a decade before they seek help.
(206) 370-1500
Seattle, Washington 98112
Michele M Pomarico, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am an experienced therapist with a specialty in women's health and reproductive issues, including infertility, unanticipated pregnancy outcomes, pregnancy loss, and post partum depression and anxiety. I have helped individuals and families through major life transitions, difficult losses, family building decisions, and struggles with anxiety and depression. My goal is to partner with clients to assess their needs and develop a plan to meet their goals. I use a number of therapeutic modalities, tailoring interventions to each unique individual. My style is interactive, genuine, respectful, direct and non-judgmental.
(206) 489-3783
Seattle, Washington 98125
Robert Eden Deutsch, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Robert Eden Deutsch, PhD has been in the mental health field for over 30 years. He is licensed as a psychologist and has specialty certification in psychoactive substance abuse. His practice is limited to doing forensic evaluations in criminal, civil and family law matters. He is also the administrator of Recovery Options Northwest, a Washington State certified drug/alcohol treatment program.
(206) 362-4141 x3
Seattle, Washington 98133
Arlene Fairfield,   in Seattle
“I am a career and life coach who can help you identify and prioritize what's important to you, make choices that align with your goals, and feel more satisfied with life - personally and professionally. For you, that might mean just living a life with more contentment or joy. Or it could mean embarking on new journeys to put forth your talents and gifts into the world. If you find yourself wondering if you're in the right profession, or struggle with how to make more space in your life for the things you enjoy, I can help.
(206) 489-3607
Seattle, Washington 98102
Donna Allen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“Whether you're experiencing life changes or loss, feeling pinned down by stress, experiencing anxiety or depression, or having some problems in your relationship, it helps to have someone to talk to who will listen without judging and help you through the rough times. My goal is to be that caring listener and to help you develop skills and tools to get you through the difficulty and come out stronger and better equipped to move forward.
(206) 745-4717
Seattle, Washington 98103
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
Ismael E Gerena, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you looking to have a meaningful, more fulfilling relationship with your partner or spouse? Maybe your relationship is more complicated, more then two, and you want to talk to someone who understands the complex dynamic you live in. Are you feeling stuck, or looking for someone to help as you move into the next stage of your journey? Maybe you are just looking for a queer affirming counselor. Drawing on the experience and encouragement of someone familiar with your concerns, interested in your values and engaged in your success is not a weakness, it is a healthy human need.
(206) 535-1544
Seattle, Washington 98104
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