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Depression Therapists in Seattle

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.
Depression
(206) 535-1756
Seattle, Washington 98115
Maura Freeman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Empathic listening and reflection are key to the therapeutic process and help create a safe, nonjudgmental and confidential environment. I work with clients to find a balance of support, listening and active interventions that help you seek the outcome you're looking for. One goal, in this collaborative work, is to facilitate an awareness of long-standing patterns that may not be working for the life you envision.
Depression
(206) 535-1893
Seattle, Washington 98109
Sally N Turner, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all have ways of handling stressful situations without letting emotions get the better of us, but some ways of coping work better than others. Short-term fixes that help numb our emotions may temporarily alleviate sadness and anger, but can end up causing anxiety, depression, shame, and physical health problems. If you struggle with overwhelming emotions and feel trapped by unhealthy patterns of coping with your relationships and work stressors, I can help you.
Depression
(214) 629-0553
Seattle, Washington 98103
Elle Smith Therapy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Life can be challenging at times and more agreeable at others. While we all desire to be the best version of ourselves, we can get caught up in unhelpful thinking, feeling, or behaving. Therapy is a beneficial and practical way to help life work and feel better. Therapy provides clarity when things get confusing, and helps uncover our hidden strength and resolve when circumstances do not align with our vision for ourselves, or what we want from our lives.
Depression
(206) 402-7463
Seattle, Washington 98103
Karuna Poole, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“Do you live with resentments that keep you tied to the past? Do you feel fear instead of excitement when you think about the future? Do you feel ongoing sadness? Do you know how to get your needs met? Do you know how to set and keep healthy boundaries? For more than twenty-five years, I have provided individual and group psychotherapy to adults wanting to work through these and many other issues. Through the therapy process, my clients change their self-limiting and self-sabotaging beliefs and develop the skills necessary to think clearly and to make healthy decisions.
Depression
(206) 722-0878
Seattle, Washington 98144
Amber Tabares, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I know that when you don't feel like yourself or feel stuck, it's hard to see that change is possible, and even harder to know what to change. I truly believe we can work on that together. Therapy can be a big step and together we will figure out the best way to help you feel better and move you in a direction of increased happiness and fulfillment. Therapy is flexible and we may focus on developing new skills or on developing new understanding of yourself and others. We'll work together to see what approach fits best.
Depression
(206) 855-3938
Seattle, Washington 98102
Amy S Davis, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Whether you are feeling stuck, struggling to find meaning in your life, or undergoing transition or loss, I understand what you may be going through, and I can help. I see my role as a fellow traveler along life's path, not the expert on your life. Therapy works best when there is gentle confrontation in an atmosphere of trust and compassion. I see my role in helping you make more satisfying life choices. I believe it is the relationship between us that ultimately allows for growth and healing,
Depression
(206) 455-7188
Seattle, Washington 98115
“By being present with my clients' suffering, I help them to achieve both acceptance and change. I believe that everyone deserves happiness and that the path to happiness requires honesty, kindness, and compassion for both self and others. My style is interactive and collaborative with an emphasis on making changes via concrete, specific plans of action. I believe in creating a safe place where clients can feel seen, heard, and accepted for who they are. My understanding of the healing nature of the therapeutic relationship is grounded in attachment theory. I especially enjoy working with issues of identity and differentness.
Depression
(206) 745-0374
Seattle, Washington 98107
Lynn Buell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSSW
“Sometimes, due to painful life experiences, a person is knocked off track in his or her development. Unconscious factors create patterns of behavior that limit one's ability to experience happiness and freedom in areas of relationships, work, and leisure. Our work together will produce breakthroughs in the limits you knowingly or unknowingly impose on yourself based on past experiences. I am profoundly moved and humbled when I am a part of this process.
Depression
(253) 200-9303
Seattle, Washington 98102
George H. Glade, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“Most problems have a solution, most illnesses are treatable. Change begins with a first step toward doing things differently than you have done them before. I believe the purpose of therapy is ultimately not to be in therapy and to aquire new skills to support positive change. I am not a therapist who will sit back quietly, nod and give you an occassional 'Uh-huh'. I have Master's degrees in both Counseling and Nursing. I work in the ER at Harborview, at my office practice and with the psychiatric needs of older adults and people with severe head injuries.
Depression
(206) 745-0905
Seattle, Washington 98109
Nicole T Shiraev, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“In receiving psychotherapy services from me you can expect to be heard, validated, and to learn new skills and strategies to address the problems for which you are seeking treatment. It is my goal to assist you in experiencing symptom relief, achieve your treatment goals, and to return to your desired level of functioning. As your therapist, I want you to to feel good about yourself and to enjoy full participation in your life as quickly as possible.
Depression
(206) 866-2951
Seattle, Washington 98109
Dennis Mc Carthy, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all can feel stuck from time to time. Whether it's a relationship issue, a career issue, challenges with depression, anxiety, or substance use, we can find ourselves repeating the same patterns. I work with individuals, couples, and groups and help people understand the patterns of their lives and how to move beyond challenges and towards fulfillment.
Depression
(206) 595-2659
Seattle, Washington 98101
Changing Stories Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“Are you or a family member struggling with grief or loss? Do you feel stuck in your journey as a human being? Are you haunted by regrets? I believe that extremely impactful events are often swept under the rug by our fast-paced lives and sometimes it requires a safe and slowed down space to look back in order to move forward. I work with a variety of theories--especially narrative--and teens, families and adults in Spanish and English.
Depression
(206) 535-1958
Seattle, Washington 98104
Eric Lichter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am a licensed psychotherapist in the state of Washington. I work with children, teens, adults and couples who are at a place in their life where they are wanting or needing to make a change, but sometimes not sure how to go about it. My approach encourages clients to take responsibility for their lives but also helps to uncover what obstacles have gotten in the way of them feeling powerful, happy, and in charge of their direction in life.
Depression
(206) 504-3752
Seattle, Washington 98112
Derek Trlica, Counselor  in Seattle
“Things get hard sometimes. I talk with guys about it. Usually guys from the tech world. Most folks come in when a binary approach to their problems isn't working. I help them learn how to view themselves, their relationships & their circumstances more holistically, as this usually opens the door to more creative solutions. It's a shift in mindset, which broadens your awareness & insight. Then you start to really get yourself more - and once you're really cognizant of the psychological environment in which you live, you'll make better decisions for yourself, with more satisfying results.
Depression
(253) 987-6933
Seattle, Washington 98103
Dawn Elisabeth Mere-Ama, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you looking for a therapist who will listen carefully and respectfully and also provide feedback? Perhaps you are struggling with depression, anxiety or larger life questions. There are times when we all feel stuck, unhappy and confused. I provide a safe place to express your concerns and develop a path through them. The importance of understanding yourself is foundational to how I work. Sometimes this is best understood through the lens of the important relationships in your life. Other times it can be helpful to understand the strategies you developed to support and protect yourself in your life.
Depression
(206) 258-7694
Seattle, Washington 98101
Betsy Rubin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW
“I have more than 30 years experience helping people deal with getting past the parts of their lives that leave them feeling stuck or unhappy. My practice relies on collaboration, which means that we create a safe place in which we can explore growth together. I believe that this work is a journey, and that I am privileged to be your guide and your witness as you move to make the changes that you wish for. Often it can be the first time you will experience the acceptance, curiosity and time to fully focus on yourself.
Depression
(206) 317-1824
Seattle, Washington 98125
Nathaniel T Richards, Counselor  in Seattle
“Currently my work involves couples, individual adults, children and adolescents experiencing a wide range of issues and concerns, as well as, folks who are interested in living their lives more fully and more authentically than they might presently be. I have been truly fortunate over the last 20 years to have worked with an enormous variety of people facing a wide range of challenges related to mental health and wellbeing. Over the course of that time I have come to deeply respect the uniqueness of each person who comes to me seeking support and I strive to honor that daily in session.
Depression
(816) 533-7636
Seattle, Washington 98107
Janeen M Feley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I specialize in showing adults how to move from where they are right now to where they want to be. I give couples skills, and tools that can help to repair their relationships. I help families shift from discord, to harmony, to go from fighting to enjoying each other. I also specialize in helping children, and adolescents heal from past hurts and current issues.
Depression
(253) 214-9846
Seattle, Washington 98119
Matthew Jakupcak, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I value interpersonal approaches to psychotherapy, using evidenced-based strategies to target specific symptoms. This means that I pay close attention to the relationship I have with my clients and use techniques that have been tested and found to be effective for resolving mental health issues. I am an active therapist and I will openly share my thoughts and recommendations with you throughout our work together. I also adopt a compassionate, non-judgmental view with clients. Together, we can develop new ways for you to cope and help you to resolve the issues that prompted you to seek care.
Depression
(425) 440-3332
Seattle, Washington 98133

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Therapists in Seattle have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Seattle you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Seattle and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Seattle or family therapy in Seattle.