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Therapists in Seattle

Patti Nequette, Counselor  in Seattle
“My therapy practice is committed to helping people live happier, healthier, more joy filled lives. Every single moment of our lives can unfold in infinitely creative ways, yet sometimes our problems seem overwhelming, or we find ourselves repeating negative patterns and we can't see the solution. Are you suffering from anxiety or depression? Are you longing for emotional connection with those nearest to you? Does your life lack a sense of direction, meaning or purpose? Are you suffering a loss, going through a job or life transition?
(206) 535-1617
Seattle, Washington 98101
Ingrid Wheelock, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and have been working as a psychotherapist for over 20 years. My orientation is psychodynamic and relational, which means that I view psychotherapy as a collaboration between therapist and client focused on exploring thoughts and feelings as they emerge in the context of a therapeutic relationship. Ultimately, successful psychotherapy may alleviate suffering, increase self-awareness, help one enjoy a broader range of emotional experience, and enhance one's ability to engage more fully in relationships with others.
(253) 200-9293
Seattle, Washington 98121
Justin Chu, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC, CMHS
“Overwhelmed with racing thoughts, responsibilities, having to deal with other people, or life in general? Exploring how counseling can help is a brave step! Change is an ongoing process that can be challenging and exhausting. I help you navigate this progression while creating a safe and supportive space to explore and create new ways to transform the areas you have trouble with.
(206) 673-3934
Seattle, Washington 98122
Sonya Couch, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“I enjoy working with individuals as well as couples and families. I have a special focus on working with eating disorders, disordered eating and body image issues. I also see many clients for anxiety, depression and relationship issues. I offer a free 30 minute consultation as a chance for you to get to know me and determine if we'll be a good fit to work together. I believe the relationship between therapist and client is very important and therefore I encourage this as a first step!
(206) 673-5332
Seattle, Washington 98103
“My practice is oriented towards long-term insight-oriented psychotherapy with children, adolescents, and adults, sometimes including medication management as part of an overall treatment plan. I seek to provide non-critical, empathic, and respectful listening which will enable my patients to feel safe as we explore together the sources of their distress. As a person achieves greater self-understanding, greater self-acceptance and compassion towards oneself becomes possible, and this helps relieve suffering and affords greater personal freedom to become one's authentic self.
(206) 745-4453
Seattle, Washington 98112
Anthony Rella, Counselor  in Seattle
“You are seeking greater freedom, satisfaction, and intimacy, and recognize that the path of liberation is inward. You are passionate about knowing yourself and exploring your inner worlds, and bringing that knowledge into your life and relationships through daring and creativity. You want to deepen the relationship between your mind, heart, body, and spirit.
(206) 719-9339
Seattle, Washington 98104
Michelle Zipperman, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“Dr. Zipperman is a Board Certified Psychiatrist graduating from the University of Washington Psychiatry Residency and Loma Linda School of Medicine. Balanced Living Psychiatry is built on the understanding that happiness, peace of mind, and overall wellness is found at the intersection of healthy living, strong coping skills/ self-care, insight oriented therapy and when needed, psychiatric medications. Dr. Zipperman adopts the approach of integrative psychiatry, providing medication management and psychotherapy interventions but also building a team of providers for her patients including highly specialized psychotherapists, yoga/mindfulness/meditation teachers, Naturopathic Doctors, and the patient's own Primary Care Physicians.
(206) 914-9254
Seattle, Washington 98122
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.
(206) 535-1756
Seattle, Washington 98115
Caroline Jane Plummer, Counselor  in Seattle
“At the heart of my counseling practice is my desire to help you live your best life. To become clearer about what is meaningful to you, rather than what others might have told you about yourself along the way. I am committed to working deeply and gently with your life story and issues. We create your treatment plan together, carefully identifying your goals for therapy. I have extensive training to work with trauma, emotional regulation, behavioral issues with children and adolescents,healthier relationships, depression and anxiety, increased self awareness, healing from loss, and spirituality.
(206) 535-1563
Seattle, Washington 98119
Patrick Dougherty, Counselor  in Seattle
“My goal is to help you know yourself better, by engendering the growth of your awareness of personal choices you have not yet considered. I look forward to meeting you to explore us as a team to move you from stagnation to thriving. Increasingly in my practice, I have found a knack for addressing extremely "dark" emotional experiences, such as traumas, dysfunctional relationships, losses, and confrontations with pain, fear, or doubt. If focusing on this material, I may be able to help you understand the wisdom behind the dark parts of your history.
(360) 358-5679
Seattle, Washington 98102
Jackie G. Szarka, Psychologist  in Seattle
“In my clinical practice I serve persons suffering from trauma aftermath, struggling with anxiety, facing relationship issues, and navigating life transitions. My main focus is on work with Veterans and/or active military with symptoms of PTSD. My work also includes survivors of sexual assault and/or intimate partner violence. A third area of focus is on navigating life transitions and moving purposely into a healthy future. Whenever possible, I place special emphasis on involving the significant others of those with whom I work, or working solely with significant others of trauma survivors who are struggling in their own way.
(206) 489-3481
Seattle, Washington 98104
Josh Sandoz, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hi there. I think of therapy as a reparative process in which we can listen together to your mind and heart, exploring the nature of your sufferings and your joys. In doing so, we will spend time with the specific issues that brought you in for therapy and examine various aspects of your relationships in life. Relationships are important, including your relationship with yourself. Major life events, adjustments, and cultural influences can have profound impact as well, and each are well worth our time, attentiveness, and care.
(206) 914-7115
Seattle, Washington 98119
Cindy Chen, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My passion is working with young to older adults to resolve challenges in living and to build a fulfilled and joyful life. I work with relationship difficulty, anxiety, depression, life transition issues, or posttraumatic stress and I adapt my treatment approach to fit your individual background and desired therapy goals. My therapeutic model is eclectic, drawing mainly on psychodynamic, attachment-based, cognitive-behavior, and humanistic modalities. Essential skills such as mindfulness, relaxation, and stress management are built into treatment. And I work with you to cultivate a healthy lifestyle, reflecting my belief that physical wellbeing and mental health are inseparable.
(206) 316-8859
Seattle, Washington 98103
Kimbrough Allan Besheer, Counselor  in Seattle
“Many people who initially come to see me do so because they suffer from immediate practical life-problems like depression, anxiety, psychosomatic symptoms, relationship problems, a philosophical or spiritual crisis; in other words specific problems, conflicts and issues that have made it difficult to live their lives with conscious awareness and integrity.
(206) 922-8066
Seattle, Washington 98104
Francie Bennett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I will journey with you in a compassionate and interactive manner towards your therapy goals. We'll tailor your therapy to your concerns, goals, strengths, and learning style. We'll explore the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that are affecting your life, and some practical interventions. You will have a safe and supportive space for your growth and grief. We can also address distressing or traumatic elements of your past. ISSUES: ADHD/ADD Counseling. Anxiety / Panic Counseling. Couples and Family Counseling. Depression Counseling. Grief and loss Counseling. Health Changes and Disability Counseling. Life Transition Counseling. PTSD/Trauma Counseling. Social Skills Counseling.
(206) 922-8459
Seattle, Washington 98115
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
Carrie McMullin, Psychologist  in Seattle
“A non-judging atmosphere is of primary importance in my approach, and a strength I'll bring to our work together. This facilitates a space for you to freely explore what has happened in your life, and where you would like to see life go in the future. I work with adults of any gender who are struggling with: depression or anxiety, self-esteem, relationships, sexual trauma and other forms of power-based personal violence, having one or more oppressed identities, body image concerns, disordered eating, and mild to moderate substance use concerns.
(425) 442-3273
Seattle, Washington 98105
Peter N. Moore, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Individuals and couples who seek my help are caught in ruts that foster anxiety, self-doubt, depression, and mutual distrust. They may have chronic health problems such as headaches, digestive problems or fibromyalgia. They are people who want to become more resilient or couples who want to be friends again. For over 25 years I have integrated the science of psychology with the art of psychotherapy to achieve these goals.I will help you break out of intractable patterns and discover better ways of being with yourself and relating to others.
(206) 745-0103
Seattle, Washington 98105
Lindsey Hewes, Counselor  in Seattle
“It is my honor to work with individuals struggling with grief, depression, anxiety, bi-polar, life transitions, PTSD/trauma and relationship issues. I also work with both individuals and couples dealing with co-dependency, communication challenges, divorce or separation. I use a combination of approaches based on what we decide together; Mindfulness/Meditation, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral/Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and CIMBS (Complex Integration of Multiple Brain Systems).
(206) 745-0893
Seattle, Washington 98104
Judy Wohlberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“We reach out for help when something in our life gets our attention. It could be distressing feelings and thoughts, paralyzing indecision, stress, relationship challenges, trauma, illness, just to name a few. We can feel vulnerable, lost, alone. Oftentimes, the original issue which first got our attention takes us on an unexpected journey. We are given the opportunity to deepen into our relationship with ourselves and the divine in ways that heal and change us beyond anything we imagined. This reverberates into every aspect of our life bringing happiness, renewed vitality, a sense of belonging and feeling engaged in life, contentment and peace.
(206) 745-9373
Seattle, Washington 98103
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