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Depression Therapists in Seattle

Colin C Ward, Counselor  in Seattle
“My approach is brief, systemic, strength centered, client directed, and outcomes-focused. My expertise covers a wide variety of clinical issues, including relational/family distress, loss and trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, and personal wellness. With specific expertise in working with men, I also provide executive coaching for career transition and leadership development. I believe that each individual has unique and inherent personal qualities necessary for empowering change, creating fulfilling relationships and leading a meaningful life. Having authored Strength Centered Counseling (2011), I provide a collaborative environment to regain hope and practice those skills necessary for personal and professional life satisfaction.
(206) 858-1177
Seattle, Washington 98109
Ronald D Kirstein, Pastoral Counselor  in Seattle
“Relationships: Guiding individuals, couples and families who want to improve communication skills and develop healthier, more respectful relationships. Individuals: Helping people with the experience of divorce, loss, change of vocation, anger management, depression and anxiety.
(206) 866-0469 x354
Seattle, Washington 98115
Clinton Jay Campbell, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adults and adolescents seeking to heal their relationships and recover from past or present trauma or other challenges. I work by paying attention to the emotional and relational experience that plays out as we explore your story together. Every relationship is unique, particularly as it is marked by experiences of depression, anxiety, ADHD, loss, or trauma. As such, I believe it's more important to approach a new client with curiosity and openness than a prescriptive solution to his or her struggles.
(206) 765-7837
Seattle, Washington 98107
Laura W. Groshong, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Thank you for reviewing my practice information. Clients working with me have had success in getting through emotional crisis, dealing with longstanding emotional distress, as well as making changes in what helps them feel worthwhile. If you are in distress due to a loss, a conflict with others, or a conflict within, I may be able to help. My 37 years of practice have given me a broad understanding of the emotional problems that my clients face. I look forward to meeting you.
(206) 745-0619
Seattle, Washington 98105
Mary O'Leary, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with more than 20 years experience providing psychotherapy and consultation to adults, couples, teens/parents. My approach to therapy is warm and interactive, and I provide a skilled and supportive environment to help you find ways to better cope with the difficulties that bring you to therapy. I integrate evidence-based psychotherapies, my clinical expertise, and your unique characteristics and perspective - to make therapy effective. Throughout the process of therapy, I make a commitment to you to listen well and to lend you my hope, if yours is diminished by the difficulties of your life.
(206) 743-9943
Seattle, Washington 98121
John Baumann, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adults, young adults, and couples who feel stuck, or even paralyzed, by challenges that seem overwhelming. These challenges may include depression, anxiety, grief, broken marriages or fractured relationships. As a therapist & counselor, I strive to create a safe place for us to explore these challenges and identify responses with the goal of healing. I view our work together as a consultation. Each person or couple who seeks to consult with me has certain and specific strengths and talents that can be accessed to sustain healing and personal growth.
(206) 745-5072 x385
Seattle, Washington 98126
Barbara Grote, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Across from Swedish Hospital (Broadway & Madison), I offer individual and couples therapy for relationship issues, depression, anxiety/job stress, divorce, trauma/abuse, and other life concerns. I have many years of counseling/psychotherapy experience in clinical, high tech, and non-profit settings. I believe that therapy only works in an environment that is confidential, safe, supportive, and non-judgmental. My approach is caring and tailored to each person as an individual. I listen carefully, ask questions to further our mutual understanding, and offer feedback or observations. Regardless of what brings you to therapy, my job is to help you achieve your therapy goals.
(253) 200-9503
Seattle, Washington 98122
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.
(206) 504-3752
Seattle, Washington 98112
Yehuda Rapoport, Counselor  in Seattle
“I believe in your ability to change. Therapy can lead you to deeper insight, inspiration, transformation and wisdom. Share your thoughts, dreams, aspirations and hopes. Explore your past and make meaning in your life. I am trained in different forms of psychotherapy, ranging from brief therapy for focal problems, to long term therapies for people who are suffering from long-standing difficulties that have prevented them from achieving what they want in life.
(206) 745-3899
Seattle, Washington 98122
Lauren R Pollard, Counselor  in Seattle
“I often hear clients use the word "stuck" to describe themselves: stuck in a pattern, stuck in a rut, stuck in a lonely place. Together, we will explore and unpack the feelings, beliefs, and behaviors that are holding you back. Your relationships, life circumstances, or family history might be weighing on you. Perhaps a past trauma has left you depressed, angry, or unable to connect with others. Therapy can help you better understand yourself and the choices you make in your life, and provide support as you navigate life's ups and downs.
(253) 248-4508
Seattle, Washington 98102
George Ankuta, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My approach involves meeting each individual person where they are when they start therapy and forming a collaborative relationship. I provide a safe and comfortable environment in which people can explore the concerns that brought them into psychotherapy. Relationships are complex and people often want to understand more about how they interact with others and evolve in a way that promotes having better relationships.
(206) 241-9068
Seattle, Washington 98119
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.
(206) 317-1824
Seattle, Washington 98125
Sonia Nikolova, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MN, ARNP, ACT
“I offer an integrated approach of medication management and psychotherapy to adults. I will work with you towards clear goals to achieve mental wellness. I recommend medications if they are helpful and necessary for your healing, but I see them as only one part towards mental wellness. PLEASE NOTE: I prescribe controlled substances as a last resort once we have a well-established relationship, and with a verifiable record that other alternatives have failed. I aspire to create a sense of safety through empathy and non-judgment that will help us explore your challenges and facilitate healing. ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS.
(206) 745-3021
Seattle, Washington 98102
“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.
(206) 569-8978
Seattle, Washington 98122
Dawn Dickson Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“Choosing the right therapist is important. I have twenty years experience providing counseling, therapy, and group process in multiple settings. I provide respectful, compassionate, and nonjudgmental psychotherapy where engaging in authentic dialogue can lead to lasting change. If you are feeling stuck, overwhelmed, depressed, anxious, or stressed, I believe you can change your life and become whole and happy. I provide insight-oriented therapy to individuals struggling with acute and chronic illness, depression, anxiety, life transitions, grief and loss, caregiver fatigue, relationship concerns, and adjustment to change. Inner work can be transformational allowing one to release old ways of being.
(206) 489-3096
Seattle, Washington 98103
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.
(253) 200-9303
Seattle, Washington 98102
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.
(206) 489-3671
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.
(214) 629-0553
Seattle, Washington 98103
Summit Research Network, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“We conduct investigational medication research studies (clinical trials) in hopes of discovering more effective ways of treating illnesses. We work in cooperation with pharmaceutical companies to develop medical treatments. For many of our patients, this is a first step in getting help and gaining information about their medical illness or condition. Our staff provides every qualified patient with assessments, monitoring during the study and help finding follow-up treatment once a study has been completed. When a patient finishes a clinical trial, he or she has the option to continue for up to six months of after study visits with a qualified clinician. We will also work together to connect you with appropriate medical referrals. All of this is provided at no cost to you and no health insurance is required.
(206) 801-5746
Seattle, Washington 98104
Christina Malecka, Counselor  in Seattle
“Do you long for someone to "get" you? I work with people who experience themselves as outsiders to dominant culture: creative artists, performers, activists, LGBTQ and gender non-conforming folks and people who may feel "other" due to cultural or family bias. Using an anti-oppression lens, I strive to be especially sensitive to the ways racism, sexism, homophobia, bi-phobia, transphobia, ageism, heterosexism, classism, anti-Semitism, ableism and other forms of oppression impact emotional health and well-being. My goal is to provide you with both a warm witness and a concrete plan to feel better and make desired changes in your life.
(206) 745-4829
Seattle, Washington 98101

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Depression Therapists
If you're looking for help with depression in Seattle or for a Seattle depression Therapist, these Therapists provide depression therapy (and depression therapies), depression treatment and depression help in Seattle. They include depression Therapists, depression psychologists, depression psychotherapists and depression counselors in Seattle. They can help with relationship Therapist in Seattle. A Therapist can help with post partum depression, feeling depressed, depression anxiety as well as teen depression. Therapists provide Seattle depression counseling, depression support, referrals to depression support groups in Seattle and Seattle depression groups. If you're depressed in Seattle, get help from one of these depression specialists.

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.