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Therapists in Seattle

Issy Kim Kleiman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am passionate about guiding my clients through a process of self-discovery, helping them learn about their strengths and weaknesses, and assisting them in developing more effective coping skills and communication techniques. I use multiple modalities of counseling, teaching, learning, and healing, and incorporate various psycho-social-educational models within a culture and gender sensitive framework. My approach to therapy is warm, non-judgmental, collaborative, and conversational. I generally work from family systems, structural and symbolic experiential theoretical orientations. I use elements of play therapy and story telling in my work with children.
(206) 745-4691
Seattle, Washington 98166
John Sherrodd, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people desiring to improve their social, relational or emotional well-being and desiring to live the fullest life possible each day. I work from a client-centered approach that supports and helps people to develop the insight and vision to live a life with more hope and passion. I am experienced working with a variety of populations including professionals, families, college students, seniors, veterans, young parents and more.
(206) 295-8772
Seattle, Washington 98103
“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
Dawn Dickson Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“Choosing the right therapist is important. I have twenty years experience providing counseling, therapy, and group process in multiple settings. I provide respectful, compassionate, and nonjudgmental psychotherapy where engaging in authentic dialogue can lead to lasting change. If you are feeling stuck, overwhelmed, depressed, anxious, or stressed, I believe you can change your life and become whole and happy. I provide insight-oriented therapy to individuals struggling with acute and chronic illness, depression, anxiety, life transitions, grief and loss, caregiver fatigue, relationship concerns, and adjustment to change. Inner work can be transformational allowing one to release old ways of being.
(206) 489-3096
Seattle, Washington 98103
Stephanie Sisson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Do you feel like your fears and worries keep you from the life you want? Do you feel stuck in a pattern or cycle you just can't get out of? If you want a change (even if you sometimes think it's impossible), together we can help you feel like you aren't always reacting to your emotions or circumstances, but making choices that move you towards more happiness and ease.
(206) 745-6190
Seattle, Washington 98112
Carolyn Powley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“As an interactive, solution focused therapist with over 20 years of experience, I am here for you. If you are going through a difficult time, feeling down or anxious, your relationships and life are not fulfilling and do not bring you happiness, it might be time to contact a professional. I offer support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. In a comfortable and supportive environment and with years of experience and a broad base of skills and knowledge, I want to help you in your current struggle.
(206) 866-6295
Seattle, Washington 98107
Carrie S Thomas, Psychologist  in Seattle
“The therapeutic dialogue is a unique collaboration in which exploration and growth can occur while addressing difficult issues around relationships and life. I work with clients to navigate their challenges and explore the parts of themselves that have held them back or limited their ability to make satisfying decisions. Each person coming to therapy is in a different place with different needs. I meet them at that place and work with them to move forward. My goal is to approach clients with compassionate understanding, whatever their circumstance.
(773) 295-7883
Seattle, Washington 98119
David J Kosins, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am one of Washington State's most experienced specialists in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). I help people to cope with anxiety, OCD, and related disorders, and to live a healthy, balanced life. Working from a foundation of a caring and empathic therapy relationship, I can teach you scientifically-supported skills to handle your life challanges more effectively. My goal is to help my clients regain their vitality and confidence through learning how to resolve current problems and reduce troubling symptoms. My ideal client is someone struggling with an anxiety or related disorder who seeks concrete results from therapy that is informed by research.
(253) 248-4277
Seattle, Washington 98119
Wendy Maurer, Counselor  in Seattle
“Undergoing intensive psychodynamic psychotherapy is deeply personal. For many individuals, this adventure into unknown recesses of their psyches reveals personal vistas previously unimagined. Such exploration frequently involves painful disclosures, frightening discoveries, an extraordinary development of self-understanding, an increase in capacity for intimate sharing, and an integration of strengths and aspirations. Such a journey, with phases of both pain and exhilaration, usually takes place over an extended period.
(206) 451-7899
Seattle, Washington 98122
Gina Guddat Counseling, Counselor  in Seattle
“The best is yet to be! I strive to offer a positive atmosphere for real personal change. Helping people learn to manage and cope with emotions like, fear, frustration, sadness and worry is my specialty. Self defeating behavioral patterns that involve anger, phobias, procrastination, or poor impulse control can also be addressed. I assists individuals, couples, and families by providing skills-based counseling so they can live life more peacefully and productively.
(888) 232-0222
Seattle, Washington 98119
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
Emily Whitish, Counselor  in Seattle
“Discomfort and emotional pain are unavoidable parts of being human; we agonize over painful memories, uncomfortable emotions, and self-judgments. We engage in all kinds of activities to control or avoid them... and eventually we lose contact with what we want in life, beyond relief from pain. My approach aims to shift the way in which you deal with these experiences. These barriers to living can be changed, and changed quite rapidly. You will learn ways to let go of the struggle, be more mindful, get clarity on what matters to you, and live a full life with vitality and commitment.
(206) 743-9879
Seattle, Washington 98107
Janet K. Look, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Dr. Look provides individual, family and group psychotherapy for children, adolescents and adults. Sometimes, it is difficult to talk to our family or friends about our problems. Meeting with Dr. Janet can help you to assess the seriousness of a problem and the best way to cope with it. Dr. Look is trained in assessment and psychotherapeutic techniques that can help you to answer your questions and manage your problems. You will learn to develop an individualized plan based on your strengths for dealing with your personal, educational and occupational needs.
(206) 525-3210
Seattle, Washington 98105
Judy Wohlberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“We reach out for help when something in our life gets our attention. It could be distressing feelings and thoughts, paralyzing indecision, stress, relationship challenges, trauma, illness, just to name a few. We can feel vulnerable, lost, alone. Oftentimes, the original issue which first got our attention takes us on an unexpected journey. We are given the opportunity to deepen into our relationship with ourselves and the divine in ways that heal and change us beyond anything we imagined. This reverberates into every aspect of our life bringing happiness, renewed vitality, a sense of belonging and feeling engaged in life, contentment and peace.
(206) 745-9373
Seattle, Washington 98115
Nadia G Ahrens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACHT
“I believe that everyone has a life purpose. My goal is to assist clients achieve fulfillment and empowerment in their lives. At times we come across obstacles in life, or feel "stuck". These are opportunities for personal growth and reflection.
(253) 248-4275
Seattle, Washington 98103
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA, MHP
“Every person, couple and family struggles from time to time. Sometimes, it is hard to get through these rough patches alone. Having a compassionate, supportive and curious individual attending to your concerns provides a safe environment to create positive change. As a marriage and family therapist, I am able to partner with you in this therapeutic framework while exploring your interactions with family members, significant others and society at large. If you are seeking help for your marriage, your family or an issue in your life, let's get started today.
(206) 429-6556
Seattle, Washington 98102
Jessa Zimmerman, Counselor  in Seattle
“I help great couples have great sex. You may think your relationship can't work, you chose the wrong person, or you have to give up on getting what you want out of your marriage. You may have a great working relationship, like roommates or business partners, but somehow can't be as good together when it comes to sex. You may have great communication with your partner but still struggle with big issues, or you may realize that you and your partner have never figured out how to have the difficult conversations that create real change.
(206) 673-3766
Seattle, Washington 98104
Carol Pendleton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA, CMHS
“As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (License #MG60307219) and a Child Mental Health Specialist, I have extensive experience working with children and teenagers and their families, couples, and adults. I work closely with parents, offering functional behavior analyses, parenting plans, and ongoing parenting support to assist in developing advanced parenting skills to address their children's behaviors. I provide children therapy within the family context. I offer school advocacy services to address bullying issues and to help families access additional educational support and services. I offer Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to children and adults coping with trauma. I provide counseling to couples.
(206) 489-3276
Seattle, Washington 98109
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I offer psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to adults, children and teens. I am open to working with a range of presenting concerns, including depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, self-esteem, trauma and emotional regulation. I work with individuals seeking help with transient difficulties as well as those wanting to address more longstanding problems. My role as a therapist includes helping patients: deepen their awareness of their emotional lives; get in touch with aspects of themselves that they are out of touch with; foster the integration of varied aspects of themselves; establish and maintain healthy and satisfying relationships.
(206) 922-4254
Seattle, Washington 98102
Jess Dale, Counselor  in Seattle
“Therapy can be a balance of reinforcing your awareness of your strengths, challenges for growth, hard work & emotional nurturing. Your therapeutic process will be tailored to where you are in the moment and what goals you are striving for. Sometimes we will build on coping skills, other times delve into moving through deeper emotional suffering or using humor to add perspective to a situation. Like most things in life, having that combination of different pathways toward healing keeps the process energizing, inspiring and nourishing.
(206) 673-3284
Seattle, Washington 98102
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