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Depression Therapists in Seattle

Tsion Kidane, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“My goal in therapy is to help my clients explore their life experiences to see how they have been affected by them and to gain hope and renewed vision. My ideal clients are individuals who are struggling with depression, PTSD, and grief and loss issues. I also work with couples with relationship and parenting issues. Being trained and experienced in the area of domestic violence, I work with women who have experienced abuse. As a multi-cultural and multi-lingual therapist, I give special consideration to cultural issues and differences.
Depression
(206) 429-6852
Seattle, Washington 98125
Reid Stell, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hello and welcome! The fact that you're looking for a counselor means you're ready to start making some changes for the better. I counsel kids, families, couples, and individuals who are dealing with issues ranging from depression and anxiety to fears and phobias. If you're dealing with grief and loss or other life changes, or struggles with relationships, I'm here to help you find a new way forward. I also facilitate several therapy groups throughout the year. Together we can find the hope you already know is there!
Depression
(206) 457-3038
Seattle, Washington 98104
Jennifer Keyte, Counselor  in Seattle
“Despite your best efforts, life is unknowable - you can't always predict or be prepared for what comes your way. Difficulties are inevitable. When they occur, you might need help sorting out what's going on and what to do next. The good news is, therapy helps. When you're feeling miserable, unlovable and afraid, therapy helps. When you find yourself asking the question "why me?", therapy helps. When you're ready to step into your life and take charge of it, instead of having it take charge of you, therapy helps.
Depression
(206) 455-7334
Seattle, Washington 98136
Lori A Hiltz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe in the potential of all people to live satisfying and healthy lives and enjoy helping people reach their individual goals. In my work I join with clients in a safe and collaborative way working to explore, understand and resolve the challenges related to their identified goals. I work with people dealing with a variety of emotional and personal difficulties including depression, anxiety, relationship or work conflicts, personality disorders, trauma or abuse histories, parenting, adolescent issues, grief, reproductive issues, self esteem issues and other general disruptions to social, work or relationship functioning.
Depression
(253) 200-9855
Seattle, Washington 98112
Case E Lovell, Counselor  in Seattle
“My role as a counselor is to ask the right questions, so that you can find your own answers: everyone has within themselves the capacity for growth and positive change. I work with individuals from a wide range of backgrounds to manage depression, anxiety, the grief caused by a death or loss of a relationship, or the stress and uncertainty of major life change. This work is focused on employing your unique strengths to find the way forward that is right for you.
Depression
(425) 310-5410
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
Joel Bell, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people who struggle with mood disorders. Often when people struggle with their relationships and experiences, or have been diagnosed with a mental health problem, a kind of fracture occurs between themselves and their real experience. Together we host the best expression of your authenticity--in spite of the labels that would diminish your unique experience. We discover meaning and make decisions about what you want.
Depression
(206) 455-7161
Seattle, Washington 98107
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
Amanda Sargent, Counselor  in Seattle
“My practice focuses on counseling for depression, anxiety, life's transitions and low self esteem.I believe therapy is an opportunity to take a step towards ones self and that the role of therapy is to bring relief during difficult times and to build strength, stamina, acceptance and the skills necessary to remain engaged with the world around us. I have experience working with young adults looking for independence from their families of origin as well as parents creating new lives for themselves. I offer pre and post commitment counseling for couples facing the challenge of staying connected.
Depression
(206) 264-4401
Seattle, Washington 98112
David Bird, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“For over 30 years, I have offered psychotherapy to individuals, couples and families. My practice is open to adolescents and adults. I have extensive experience as a child therapist as well. At the heart of effective therapy is a collaborative relationship between you and myself. I use a variety of strategies to assist your growth and development. These may include insight work, interpretations, understanding your history and cognitive strategies. Your goals are important and will be discussed. Our efforts seek to help you better manage emotions like depression and anger, decrease anxiety, and develop effective coping strategies in personal relationships and in life.
Depression
(206) 569-4648
Seattle, Washington 98103
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
Iris M Hogan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, ACSW
“I bring over a decade of clinical experience working with women who struggle with depression and anxiety. Often times stressful situations or life events like the birth of a child, the loss of a loved one, trauma or a difficult relationship can be a set-up for depression or anxiety. When in addition to life's stressors we add your responsibilities at home, as parent, in your career, as wife or caregiver of a parent, the weight of it all can become too much and cause anxiety and depression that can put life on hold.
Depression
(971) 251-5587
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.
Depression
(206) 569-8978
Seattle, Washington 98122
John Tsungme Guy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hello, my name is John Tsungme and I specialize in helping people to synchronize body, heart and mind, develop mindful relational skills, and to increase peace and happiness in relationship to self, family, work and the broader community. My approach is client-centered, and includes a keen awareness of the impacts of class, race, gender and religious differences. If you are ready to re-discover your inborn love, joy, balance and compassion, contact me for a free 30-minute consultation.
Depression
(206) 451-3322
Seattle, Washington 98104
James Czysz, Psychologist  in Seattle
“As a clinical psychologist I work with clients who are attempting to change unrewarding or isolating patterns of relating to others, or struggling to modify unproductive thoughts or feelings. The process of therapy as I practice it relies on developing a trusting and collaborative relationship between client and therapist. It is in this atmosphere of support, encouragement and respect that areas of concern and patterns of behavior can be understood and changed. I work with both individuals and couples. I have advanced training in treating depression, helping couples work productively in relationships, modification of addictive behaviors, and cognitive assessment.
Depression
(253) 642-7569
Seattle, Washington 98103
Alison Ward, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I provide psychotherapy services to older adolescents and adults seeking help for a variety of emotional and personal difficulties. In addition, my area of expertise is in helping people cope with medical problems such as diabetes, cancer, and chronic pain. I also specialize in working with those dealing with end of life issues as well as grief/bereavement.
Depression
(253) 200-9385
Seattle, Washington 98112
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
Makiko Guji, Psychologist  in Seattle
“As you are in the process of looking for a therapist, you may already be half-way through resolving your issues. It is said that client's readiness and willingness to make changes is the strongest indicator of successful therapy outcome. As a therapist, I will accompany you in the journey of actualizing your fullest potential by assisting you to develop internal and external resources such as the sense of freedom, choices, healthy sense of self, responsibility, managing life balance, and strong support systems and relationships. I believe that the time of despair could be a significant opportunity for growth.
Depression
(206) 370-4237
Seattle, Washington 98101
Jennifer Trebby, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Any description of therapy is one that is already limited by the words used to describe it. So much of what happens between you and me in the therapy room will involve us finding our way there together. But here are some questions we'll be curious about: Do you find yourself getting in your own way at times? Are you holding on to ideas about yourself that no longer serve you? A sense of wholeness and ease comes from making space for, and giving voice to, all of these parts of yourself.
Depression
(781) 352-2154
Seattle, Washington 98109
Joe Sawyer, Counselor  in Seattle
“We are created, live, and change within relationship. It is in relationship that we experience love and comfort, as well as pain and confusion. It is often this pain and confusion that leads people to seek therapy. In therapy, you experience a relationship that is centered on your growth and well being, providing a context for both exploration and experience. My goal in therapy is to help you live a more full and healthy life, both in relationship to others and to your self.
Depression
(509) 293-4093
Seattle, Washington 98103

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Depression Therapists
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
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.