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Anxiety Therapists in Seattle
Fears, Phobia

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.
Anxiety
(206) 557-6255
Seattle, Washington 98102
Kelly A Forrest, Counselor  in Seattle
“Live into who you truly are, working with the body and the mind to allow for more choiceful and spontaneous living. If you feel like you are living someone else's life, do not feel content, or want to go "home" but don't know how, psychotherapy can help. I have spent the last twenty years understanding how early experiences give rise to ways of being and relating that, while necessary and adaptive when learned, may no longer be effective. Together we can reinvigorate your life, freeing stuck energy, and inviting new possibilities for being and relating in the world.
Anxiety
(206) 408-2615
Seattle, Washington 98102
“I view therapy as a relational and collaborative process between counselor and client that focuses on clients' personal goals and desires for change. I work with clients to understand their current difficulties, thoughts, and feelings as well as look at how their past experiences and relationships impact their current situation. Engaging in therapy has many benefits such as alleviating anxiety and dissatisfaction, learning better coping skills, improving relationships with others, increasing self awareness, and finding greater personal meaning.
Anxiety
(206) 745-0476
Seattle, Washington 98112
Robert W Hermer, Counselor  in Seattle
“Is your life telling you that it needs attention? Are your relationships at home or work somehow strained? Are you feeling angry or sad, depressed or lost? Isolated? Anxious? Perhaps your life is not going well and you don't know why. Maybe you feel futile. But there IS hope, and I can help. You'll find me friendly, easy to talk to, and thoroughly non-judgemental. And with nearly ten years of training and over 30 years of clinical experience, I know how to help you get to the bottom of things and start your life moving pleasurably again.
Anxiety
(206) 673-3158
Seattle, Washington 98103
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.
Anxiety
(206) 370-1500
Seattle, Washington 98112
Ilsa Spreiter, Counselor  in Seattle
“The strength of my approach lies in my ability to help empower my clients to know their truth and take charge of their lives. Many come to me overwhelmed and isolated; they lack energy, feel "paralyzed" by decision-making or wrestle with judgmental inner voices. At the heart of this is a struggle to find and accept themselves. I offer an integrative perspective, combining talk therapy with mindfulness and body-centered approaches, psychological and spiritual traditions. I help you connect to yourself and the world around you; work with challenging emotions; and cultivate greater self-love.
Anxiety
(206) 489-3486
Seattle, Washington 98122
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.
Anxiety
(206) 504-2031
Seattle, Washington 98103
Robin Custer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW-A
“Is your past getting in the way of your right now? You made it through a really rough time. You did it! Why is it so hard to be happy now? The things you did to get through it don't work so well anymore. Just getting along today takes so much energy and you feel scared and exhausted. Even after you become an adult, traumatic events from your childhood can still hurt. With cutting edge techniques I help people heal, have better relationships, let go of fear and defensiveness, and learn how to love with confidence.
Anxiety
(206) 504-3527
Seattle, Washington 98126
Marianne Pettersen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“For 33 years I have been providing psychotherapy for individuals and couples. I have post-graduate training in the treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD & trauma recovery, and marital/couples problems. All good relationships including a therapeutic one begin with a safe and supportive environment. A good assessment of the problems you are experiencing is also key. Therapy is a collaborative and interactive effort between us. I use a variety of methods including insight, mindfulness and somatic work to help you understand your emotions , cognitive ones to help you think differently about yourself/situation, and communication tools to improve your relationships.
Anxiety
(206) 284-4861 x1
Seattle, Washington 98119
Elizabeth Kilian, Counselor  in Seattle
“No one seeks therapy for the same reason. I do not know your story or why you are seeking, but I know it is not easy. Should you choose to work with me, my hope for you in our work together would be that you would find freedom from whatever binds you--whatever keeps you from joy, from peace, from living as fully as you have within you to live.
Anxiety
(206) 445-9304
Seattle, Washington 98115
Joe Weatherby, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you a good guy, but feel misunderstood by those around you? Do you attempt to be kind to people around you, but still feel a persistent hole or loneliness inside? Are you committed to your marriage, but find yourself pulled toward escape activities like TV, the internet, or online gaming? Let's talk! Are you married to a good guy, but he's spending too much time isolated on the computer? Is he nice enough, but you keep feeling that his heart is far from you? Let's talk!
Anxiety
(206) 557-6099
Seattle, Washington 98118
Marcy Stafford, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you going through a particularly difficult time? Perhaps you are struggling with feelings of anxiety or depression? Maybe you have experienced a loss of a relationship or are adjusting to significant changes in your life? Whether the difficulties are past or recent traumas, losses, conflicts in relationships with self or others, I help my clients move toward growth and change. I provide a warm, accepting environment to assist individuals in facing difficult challenges, finding strength and identifying more choices for themselves and their lives.
Anxiety
(206) 801-0553
Seattle, Washington 98122
Julia A. Kay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“My mission is to help you reconnect with your inner self, to discover and appreciate who you truly are, and to learn how to live a life that is authentic and true to yourself. I am able to work with you wherever you are in your life journey. Whatever is the circumstance in your life, I can help you find inner healing, and from that, outer harmony with the world around you.
Anxiety
(206) 451-7844
Seattle, Washington 98115
Teresa Sweeney, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Providing a safe and confidential place for you to talk about your concerns is my primary goal. In our first appointment, you will have the opportunity to discuss what has triggered your decision to seek therapy, ask lots of questions and decide whether I am a good "fit" for you. I look on therapy as a collaborative, exploratory effort, and while I do not direct clients, I hope our discussions will help you to understand yourself better, feel better, and find some answers to the difficulties you are bringing to therapy.
Anxiety
(206) 745-0494 x2
Seattle, Washington 98119
Susan M Valentine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LiCSW
“I have 17 yrs experience in the mental health field. Together, we will discuss, ask questions and come up with solutions to help you get back on track. I specialize in grief and loss, workplace issues, depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, mindfulness, transition, and relationship issues. I also have working experience with chemical dependency and families affected by the disease. Sometimes we lose ourselves in the issues that surround us. Let's work together to help you rediscover the life you lost. It is possible.
Anxiety
(253) 470-4169
Seattle, Washington 98119
Janet Hopkins, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My current practice focuses exclusively on psychotherapy. My background in naturopathic medicine, however, provides me with an understanding of the importance of a holistic approach to health care.
Anxiety
Seattle, Washington 98126
Robert O Leversee, Counselor  in Seattle
“My work is informed by mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Neurobiology as described by Daniel Siegel, and also by the CIMBS model of therapy (Complex Integration of Multiple Brain Systems). CIMBS is a new form of therapy which relies on recent discoveries in the science of the brain and of the mind to inform a more artful and scientific approach to psychotherapy.
Anxiety
(206) 538-2852
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jennifer Schulz, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with individual adult clients and couples who are facing anxiety, depression, life transitions, loss, trauma, and challenges at work or in relationships. Since 2002, I have counseled adults, couples, and groups in community mental health and medical clinics, as well as in my private practice. I have also conducted in-depth research on trauma, hopelessness, empathy, and intimacy. Above all, I believe that my clients, not I, hold the key to their growth and that emotional pain and anxiety, when given respect and non-judgmental attention, can often provide some of the best opportunities for learning.
Anxiety
(206) 395-3354
Seattle, Washington 98118
Karen K Lucas, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you experiencing any of the fallowing: overwhelmed, anxiety, depression, stress, relationship problems, addictions, work challenges, bipolar disorder, parent-child conflict and/or school problems? I will work collaboratively with you to meet your goals, create the changes you want and give you the tools to be empowered in your life. We discuss the patterns that keep you stuck, and how you can be different. Drawing from your successes and the strengths you poses, you learn your thought/emotional process. We explore your emotions, and how to change the negative critical thoughts and behaviors to become more useful and positive.
Anxiety
(206) 316-9645
Seattle, Washington 98122
Yie-Wen Yvonne Kuan, Psychologist  in Seattle
“The best outcome for a person who seeks psychological counseling, I believe, is to reach his or her inner peace. I see myself as a coach or a facilitator to assist my clients reach their goals. I have more than 20 years of experience in treating people with anxiety, depression, work or relationship issues. I subscribe to cognitive-behavioral therapy; but I also integrate other methods in counseling. I provide parenting consultation for children's behavioral or academic problems. Over the years, I have the privilege to work with people from different cultural, sexual and religious backgrounds.
Anxiety
(206) 745-0510
Seattle, Washington 98105
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Therapists in Seattle have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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