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Therapists in Seattle

Patti Nequette, Counselor  in Seattle
“My therapy practice is committed to helping people live happier, healthier, more joy filled lives. Every single moment of our lives can unfold in infinitely creative ways, yet sometimes our problems seem overwhelming, or we find ourselves repeating negative patterns and we can't see the solution. Are you suffering from anxiety or depression? Are you longing for emotional connection with those nearest to you? Does your life lack a sense of direction, meaning or purpose? Are you suffering a loss, going through a job or life transition?
(206) 535-1617
Seattle, Washington 98101
Emily A Cabrera, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CMHS
“Hello! Thank you for considering me in your search for support. I provide mental health counseling to children, teens, adults, and families. I strive to be creative and eclectic in my approach to counseling, and to help my clients use their unique strengths and resources to achieve their goals.
(206) 552-0966
Seattle, Washington 98112
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
Tim Stanley  in Seattle
“Relationship is primary to the human experience. Although there are non-relational circumstances that disrupt life, more often than not, the mental health problems that surface in life are relationally bound. Whether it be an addiction, anxiety issue, trouble grieving, or any number of other struggles, there is often a relational component that needs to be unearthed and explored before we are able to move forward in life. For this reason, I focus a great deal of my attention on early attachments, and how these attachments presently impact how an individual relates both to people and broader life experience.
(425) 999-3226
Seattle, Washington 98115
Joe Guppy, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am a psychotherapist working with individual adults, couples and youth. In collaboration with my clients, my first goal is to create a welcoming, respectful and confidential space for authentic dialog. My approach combines working toward practical change with the potential of exploring issues on a deeper level. With individuals, I advocate for emotional, cognitive and mind-body awareness and an exploration of life themes and family patterns. With couples, I favor the ideas of John Gottman and Harville Hendrix, both of whom call for friendship, passion and safety within relationships. My work with youth is engaged and informal.
(206) 922-4304
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
Nicole Donahue, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I strive to be down-to-earth, attentive and compassionate and believe a strong collaboration between therapist and client can lead to deeper healing and connection. A fundamental component to my work is my continued trust and respect for clients' intuition.
(206) 745-4044
Seattle, Washington 98104
Lori Spears, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hello and welcome. I provide relationship and mental health psychotherapy services for individuals, couples, parents and their child/ teen.
(206) 200-8763
Seattle, Washington 98136
Deirdre Stone, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Parents sometimes face very important questions about their children, including: Does my child have ADHD or a learning disability? Why is my daughter having so many social difficulties? Is my son's defiance a normal part of his development? Is my teenager depressed? Are my child's worries normal for someone her age? Does my preschooler have a developmental delay? Is my child gifted? Is my daughter suffering post-concussion syndrome after her sports-related injury? Psychological and neuropsychological evaluations are used to answer these and other questions about a childís development and needs.
(206) 745-5833
Seattle, Washington 98116
Ruthie Neilson, Counselor  in Seattle
“I help adults,families and children to deal with the stress resulting from life transitions.Change is an inevitable part of life's journey. Some changes are anticipated and welcomed while other changes may take us by surprise and knock us flat! Whatever the case, transitions involve saying goodbye to something familiar and hello to something new; this process may evoke anger, grief and loss as we bid farewell to a longterm relationship, a job we love or even a way of life. Transitions may cause past traumas to resurface,triggering anxiety and confusion about what to do next.
(206) 535-1931
Seattle, Washington 98105
Emily Fortuna, Counselor  in Seattle
“My passion is helping couples weave their lives together successfully, but I also enjoy working with people individually. Issues from family of origin, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, self-esteem, and grief often prevent us from living our best lives and maintaining healthy relationships. I believe itís really important to approach sexuality and intimacy within individual and couples sessions as well. The quality, frequency, and type of sex you have can be indicative of how you treat yourself, your partner and how you cope with the life youíve been given.
(206) 696-8765
Seattle, Washington 98103
Justin Chu, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC, CMHS
“Overwhelmed with racing thoughts, responsibilities, having to deal with other people, or life in general? Exploring how counseling can help is a brave step! Change is an ongoing process that can be challenging and exhausting. I help you navigate this progression while creating a safe and supportive space to explore and create new ways to transform the areas you have trouble with.
(206) 673-3934
Seattle, Washington 98122
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
Sonya Couch, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“I enjoy working with individuals as well as couples and families. I have a special focus on working with eating disorders, disordered eating and body image issues. I also see many clients for anxiety, depression and relationship issues. I offer a free 30 minute consultation as a chance for you to get to know me and determine if we'll be a good fit to work together. I believe the relationship between therapist and client is very important and therefore I encourage this as a first step!
(206) 673-5332
Seattle, Washington 98103
“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
Deanza J Spaulding, Counselor  in Seattle
“In a success driven society the demands on one's life can feel endless. Most people are experiencing the necessity to juggle several competing roles and responsibilities simultaneously. The human capacity to grow, expand, adapt and thrive is amazing and inspiring. However, there is no human on this earth who is perfect and not effected by prolonged states of stress & pressure. This pressure leads to depression, anxiety, disconnection, isolation and many other ailments. Compassion focused therapy is a central component to my therapeutic approach. Treatment incorporates empowering your voice to optimize your path towards healing. Change is within reach.
(206) 535-1756
Seattle, Washington 98115
Kelsey Kennedy, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I specialize in working with individuals who are experiencing distressing reactions following traumatic events like dissociation, anxiety and depression. These experiences can lead to painful thoughts like you are unsafe or worthlessness and lead to feelings of emptiness and withdrawal. This frame of mind may be getting get in the way of the relationships you want with your friends, kids, or partner. My goal is to help you grow and change to live your life more fully. I believe in increasing our inherent strengths, as well as teaching new skills and techniques to be more effective.
(425) 214-4876
Seattle, Washington 98103
Caroline Jane Plummer, Counselor  in Seattle
“At the heart of my counseling practice is my desire to help you live your best life. To become clearer about what is meaningful to you, rather than what others might have told you about yourself along the way. I am committed to working deeply and gently with your life story and issues. We create your treatment plan together, carefully identifying your goals for therapy. I have extensive training to work with trauma, emotional regulation, behavioral issues with children and adolescents,healthier relationships, depression and anxiety, increased self awareness, healing from loss, and spirituality.
(206) 535-1563
Seattle, Washington 98119
Patrick Dougherty, Counselor  in Seattle
“My goal is to help you know yourself better, by engendering the growth of your awareness of personal choices you have not yet considered. I look forward to meeting you to explore us as a team to move you from stagnation to thriving. Increasingly in my practice, I have found a knack for addressing extremely "dark" emotional experiences, such as traumas, dysfunctional relationships, losses, and confrontations with pain, fear, or doubt. If focusing on this material, I may be able to help you understand the wisdom behind the dark parts of your history.
(360) 358-5679
Seattle, Washington 98102
Jackie G. Szarka, Psychologist  in Seattle
“In my clinical practice I serve persons suffering from trauma aftermath, struggling with anxiety, facing relationship issues, and navigating life transitions. My main focus is on work with Veterans and/or active military with symptoms of PTSD. My work also includes survivors of sexual assault and/or intimate partner violence. A third area of focus is on navigating life transitions and moving purposely into a healthy future. Whenever possible, I place special emphasis on involving the significant others of those with whom I work, or working solely with significant others of trauma survivors who are struggling in their own way.
(206) 489-3481
Seattle, Washington 98104
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