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Depression Therapists in Seattle

Kai Scantlin, Psychologist  in Seattle
“In my work with clients, I use a combination of warmth, curiosity, directness, and respectful humor. I adamantly believe in the individual's right to self-determination, and I take a collaborative approach to therapy - I see you as the only person who can truly know what is important to you and what works in your life, and I see myself as someone who can help you understand what is contributing to your challenges, clarify your thoughts and feelings, help you learn strategies for thinking and behaving differently, and support you as you move toward the life you want.
(206) 674-5052 x330
Seattle, Washington 98107
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.
(253) 200-9385
Seattle, Washington 98112
Alex L. Hermens, Counselor  in Seattle
“My private practice in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle is open to all individuals, including children, adolescents and adults. I believe in a holistic approach to therapy, meaning that I do my best to see the whole you, including everything that may influence you (e.g., culture, family, romantic relationships, sexuality). I understand that each person is unique in their experiences of growing, healing and exploring life. As your therapist, my goal is to partner with you in looking through your past, present and future to help build a stronger relationship within yourself and with others.
(541) 590-2337
Seattle, Washington 98102
Samantha Arons, Counselor  in Seattle
“It's no small thing to ask for help. At whatever pace feels comfortable we'll examine your life and try to sort out what might be keeping you from the kind of life you want. Together we'll map out short and longer-term goals, developing tools to help you cope with things that right now might feel too big to handle.
(206) 745-3618
Seattle, Washington 98112
“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.
(206) 745-0374
Seattle, Washington 98107
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.
(253) 987-6933
Seattle, Washington 98103
Christie L Messina, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adolescents and adults struggling with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, disordered eating, interpersonal relationships, and life transitions. I work with women struggling with infertility, pregnancy loss, birth trauma, and postpartum depression. My approach is rooted in Systems, which looks at core relationships and how they impact our view of ourselves in relation others. I also draw from Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Narrative and Mindfulness based work. I believe being mindful of the message we send ourselves can be very powerful. Making a shift in this message can make a difference in our thoughts and beliefs about ourselves.
(206) 855-6288
Seattle, Washington 98103
Patti F Boyle, Counselor  in Seattle
“Clients I work with seek counseling for a variety of concerns, including anxiety and stress, depression, trauma, relationship trouble, and generalized feelings of tension and unrest. They speak to situations that include family members, job or school issues, difficult transitions, relationships, as well as very private and personal turmoil. I work individually with teens and adults, and also provide couples counseling. My clients usually discover they are able to navigate the problems in life better than once thought, and are capable of bringing what happens in the client's chair to their lives outside my office.
(206) 347-8017
Seattle, Washington 98126
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
Noreen J Wedman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Healing frees up energy to Live Life more Fully. I specialize in working with people who have experienced chronic verbal abuse and emotionally abusive relationships, domestic violence, Difficult Divorces, rape, and physical abuse. I assist clients in reducing the negative charge surrounding traumatic life events in order to reduce the power of these events to harm their quality of life. Attention is paid to physical health issues in terms of improving overall well-being and physical illnesses associated with excess stress. I offer Individual and Group Counseling, and have written a workbook: A ToolKit for Healing from Verbally Abusive Relationships.
(206) 745-4814
Seattle, Washington 98119
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
Mary Hatch-Maillette, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Hesitant about therapy? Don’t be. We all go through rough patches in life, and sometimes we’re left feeling stuck. Depression, helplessness, anxiety, anger, and/or stress may follow. Having someone listen to what you’re struggling with, help you clarify your goals, break old habits and form healthier ones, deal with unresolved issues, and/or learn to handle stressful situations more effectively can be extremely helpful. My practice can help anchor you, so you can make the changes you want in your life.
(206) 922-8852
Seattle, Washington 98133
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.
(206) 264-4401
Seattle, Washington 98112
Ali Clark, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all need a safe place to tell our stories where they can be heard, held and worked with for the sake of healing and growth. My interest is in helping you find movement in your life while building your internal and external resources. I work primarily as a relational therapist with an education and training in various theories of psychotherapy. In relational psychotherapy, we will spend time looking through an experiential lens observing the experiences and feelings that come up through daily interactions. These relationships will be explored from an unfiltered, unreserved place.
(425) 329-8783
Seattle, Washington 98121
Junko Kozu, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed psychologist who is skilled in Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy. I also integrate client-centered, existential, and gestalt approaches, and tailor them to client’s unique needs and goals. My specialties include relationship difficulties, depression, career concerns, work stress, anxiety/panic attacks, identity issues (sexual, developmental, racial), and cross-cultural relationship.
(206) 316-9348
Seattle, Washington 98121
Lisa M Velin, Counselor  in Seattle
“My intention as a counselor is to form a relationship which becomes a safe place within which you can explore the nature of persistent obstacles which leave you feeling confused, overwhelmed, or "stuck." We will look at your style of relating to others, habits and patterns formed throughout the years, as a way to gain insight into who you are and where you would like to be. We will explore the significant relationships in your life (FAMILY OF ORIGIN, romantic, friendships) as well as your relationship with yourself (your emotions, how you handle and/or address conflict, anxiety, stress, sadness).
(206) 330-8851
Seattle, Washington 98115
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
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.
(425) 440-3332
Seattle, Washington 98133
Eric Lichter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
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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
Maya Snowden, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people who have been deeply hurt and heartbroken. I work with those who have suffered loss and abandonment. I work with those who have learned to survive in the best ways they know how, but may be coming to a place where these survival skills just don't seem to be working anymore. I offer a safe space for you to begin where you are; even if you don't quite know exactly what it is that you need, we can explore that together.
(425) 224-5127
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.