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Anxiety Therapists in Seattle
Fears, Phobia

Ginger Moriarty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have nineteen years experience as an individual and family therapist. I am dedicated to creating a collaborative atmosphere of openness, honesty, and compassion where people gain awareness about themselves, their emotions, and their relationships in order to meet their desired goals for positive and lasting change. I approach my work with groundedness, warmth, humor, playfulness, and straight-forward reflection. I believe the most productive therapeutic setting is one that is tailored specifically for each individual personís needs and preferences. Some of the therapeutic styles from which I will draw upon are Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioral, Developmental, Systems, and Mindfulness.
(206) 866-6056
Seattle, Washington 98115
Jay French, Counselor  in Seattle
“My goal is to help you make contact with the most alive and vital parts of yourself, and to foster the natural creative energy that we all have inside. I believe that all symptoms exist for good reasons. Together we can discover these reasons and help you transcend the thoughts, feelings or behaviors that limit you. Through patient and careful listening, I seek to become attuned to what is struggling to become known in and between your words, and to reflect this back to you in a way that allows you to more fully inhabit your truth.
(253) 777-1588
Seattle, Washington 98103
Matt Goldenberg, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Welcome to my practice! I appreciate that you are considering beginning therapy. It can be difficult to find a therapist you are best suited for, given that the relationship between client and therapist is paramount in healing. My work can best be characterized as non-judgmental, centered around your agendas and your concerns, and acceptance-based. I have worked extensively with people across the lifespan, and have had specialized training in working with college students, individuals from the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and trans community, and individuals grappling with grief and loss.
(206) 745-9532
Seattle, Washington 98112
LaVonne K Dorsey, Counselor  in Seattle
“Resolving struggle takes courage, and walking through the therapy door shows me that you're bold enough to face challenges head-on. Whether you suffer with anxiety, depression, career transitions, relationship troubles or divorce, I will guide you through to a better place by understanding what you need internally and teaching you skills to translate your newfound self-knowledge into a positive direction. We'll build your emotional and cognitive skills to help you be more self-aware and able to access your inherent strength and resilience. Offering services in Bellevue and Greenlake.
(206) 735-4961
Seattle, Washington 98115
Kyeisha Hodge, Counselor  in Seattle
“My services focus on reducing the symptoms of Anxiety, Depression, and PTSD that come from experiencing life's traumas and transitions. It is common in those who have experienced life traumas to constantly live in "survival mode". If you find yourself feeling emotionally and mentally unsafe while simultaneously trying to make decisions that keep you safe, then you know the hypervigilance, the self-criticism, the fear, the persistent negative thoughts-the realities-that accompany this life. Survivor mode, although once necessary to endure traumatic experiences, only paints the world in less vibrant colors.
(205) 775-0502
Seattle, Washington 98121
Leslie G Cohn, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed psychologist with more than 15 years of experience treating clients with anxiety, chronic pain, substance dependence, chronic illness, trauma, depression, mania, and relationship concerns.
(206) 745-0867
Seattle, Washington 98101
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.
(206) 504-3527
Seattle, Washington 98116
Sean Hogan, Counselor  in Seattle
“I view mental health counseling as a collaborative alliance that impacts both client and therapist and believe that all transformation is rooted in relationship. In therapy, I believe that change occurs through actively engaging in the disruption of our usual experience and behavior, allowing us to awaken to the themes and patterns from our past and present so that we may respond differently in the future. By entering the stories of your life through curiosity, empathy and vulnerability, we will work towards developing new stories of esteem, courage, and healing.
(847) 379-5473
Seattle, Washington 98103
Mary Murphy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, EdD
“I would like to be of help. After a significant loss, sometimes years or decades later, you find you can't talk about it. You go to speak and there are literally no words. Even though you are going on, you may feel numb or disconnected. Sad. Lonely. Angry. Feelings of guilt about finding the strength to resume your life can feel unbearable. Learning to live your new life means finding new meaning with what you now have.
(206) 745-0954
Seattle, Washington 98119
Hayley Tapp, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have a fairly straightforward approach to therapy. I work with people on issues of depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, substance abuse, existential issues, as well as help people plagued by impulsivity that wreaks havoc in their lives. My background also helps me in my work with the creative community, helping people to achieve a balance between their creativity and the choices they make in their lives.
(253) 214-9809
Seattle, Washington 98117
Cal D. Ledbetter, Counselor  in Seattle
“Our minds can think some weird things. Sometimes those thoughts can feel out of control, and we can feel powerless. Regain your power! Your thoughts and emotions don't have to rule over you. You can take back your life. I've helped people gain the perspective needed to challenge anxious, guilty, depressive, uncertain, obsessive, jealous, worried, suicidal, angry, and/or confusing thoughts.
(206) 973-3081
Seattle, Washington 98103
Carrie Erickson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MS, LMFT
“Hi! I am a licensed Marriage and Family therapist with over 15 years of clinical experience with clients and supervision of interns. I have a B.A. in Commuications and a Masters in Marriage and family therapy. My offices are located in Greenlake (Seattle) and Bellevue. If you are in need of immediate help/relief or looking for long-term therapy, I can most definitely address your concerns as I am trained in both. My area of expertise is working with adults, t(w)eens, couples and families looking to create authentic, lasting change. My style is open, collaborative, compassionate, and directive.
(206) 317-5126
Seattle, Washington 98115
Dave Parnes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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
Leonora P Cabrera, Counselor  in Seattle
“"Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us." -David Richo. Finding a place that you can safely express pain, sorrow, vulnerability, shame, confusion, anger, etc, will allow you to work through the emotions, and come out learning how to manage our life.
(206) 745-3502
Seattle, Washington 98107
Kathleen M. Pape, Counselor  in Seattle
“As a licensed mental health counselor, I have been in practice for 20 years helping individuals and couples to heal, and to create joyful, meaningful lives. Informed by psychological theory and research-supported treatments, such as DBT, and EMDR, as well as alternative methods, such as yoga, spirituality, and mind-body approaches, I will help you access and utilize your own deep wisdom and understanding to address your unique struggles and needs. After treatment, my clients report not only a reduction of symptoms but also an increase in motivation, ease, purpose, and connection.
(253) 343-1088
Seattle, Washington 98112
Eve McCarthy LMHC, Counselor  in Seattle
“I currently work with individuals, and couples. I strive to create a trusting, safe and empowering environment in order to promote positive change. I believe that our early relationships influence and shape our relationships into adulthood. Exploring these past relationships is essential for change because they contribute to our current life stressors, negative thinking patterns, relationships and our ability to cope with challenges. I incorporate, attachment theory, dialectal behavior therapy, cognitive behavior therapy and psychodynamic therapy in treatment. My desire is to assist you in understanding yourself, and learn tools to thrive in all aspects of your life.
(206) 735-4955
Seattle, Washington 98102
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.
(206) 284-4861 x1
Seattle, Washington 98119
Sara Oldham, Counselor  in Seattle
“We are often told to know and love ourselves without a clear picture of what that looks like. It can feel unsettling because we are all impacted and influenced by what surrounds us in ways we don't understand. How are we supposed to know what we don't understand? I don't think we can, which is why it makes sense to me that we all feel lost, confused or unsatisfied at times. Or why our interactions with others and our relationships can be confusing. We are not meant to understand ourselves alone. It is courageous to find support.
(206) 317-1976
Seattle, Washington 98115
Bastyr Center for Natural Health, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you looking for a whole-person approach to healing? The counseling department at Bastyr Center for Natural Health offers the same holistic healing with heart for which the Seattle clinic has become known. Our counseling shifts offer support for those dealing with depression, fatigue, seasonal affective disorder (SAD), work-related stress, relationship issues, life transitions, personal growth, and health problems, particularly chronic health problems. You can receive all of your natural health care needs at Bastyr Center, which also offers naturopathic medicine, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine, and nutrition counseling.
(206) 388-2696
Seattle, Washington 98103
“I am a board certified psychiatrist with over 15 years of experience. I have treated a wide variety of conditions including life adjustment issues, relationship difficulties, anxiety, mood disorders, and other common psychiatric conditions. I specialize in adult psychiatry and psychotherapy, utilizing a psychodynamic and positive psychology orientation. I also prescribe medications when indicated. Regardless of the problem, I believe that each person has a unique combination of personal strengths, challenges, positive and negative emotions, and life experiences.
(206) 866-2281
Seattle, Washington 98101
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