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Therapists in Seattle

Justin Pere, Clarity Counseling Seattle P.S., Counselor  in Seattle
“Specializing in Men's Issues and Couples (and yes, I very much work with women as well). For couples, which comprise about half of my sessions, I help them build skills for managing conflict, create a system of shared meaning together, and develop new skills for enhancing friendship and intimacy. For couples, intimacy, respect, and connection in your relationship are all very possible. Goals of couples therapy include getting beyond judgment, blaming, and defensiveness to truly resolve conflict and enjoy your relationship again.
(206) 855-3934
Seattle, Washington 98119
Margaret MacLeod Reed, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I'm a licensed marriage and family therapist in West Seattle and Issaquah, and I provide effective therapy to familes, couples, and individuals who seek change. That change looks different in every situation, and I look foward to speaking to you about your unique needs. I have experience in therapy seeing clients dealing with grief and loss, conflict in the family, immigration issues, alcohol and drug abuse, and many other life situations. Please see my website for more information about therapy with me.
(469) 203-4094
Seattle, Washington 98126
Chantel Thurman, Counselor  in Seattle
“People seek therapy for many reasons. Sometimes, a feeling of overwhelm or crisis dominates. Alternately, one may feel "stuck" in one's life -- trapped in long-standing patterns. In our work together, we will address the issues bringing you to therapy and uncover the larger dynamics which are influencing the situations at hand. We will utilize a variety of psychological tools and techniques aimed at cultivating a "greater self"; one better able to navigate life's ups and downs through increased self-acceptance, enhanced natural creativity, a heightened capacity for relationship and an increased ability to contain difficult emotional states.
(206) 557-3972
Seattle, Washington 98112
Susan Nelson, Counselor  in Seattle
“Therapy provides an opportunity to get to the root cause of whatever is getting in the way of your achieving satisfaction in your life. It is in that deeper place where lasting change is possible. I believe effective therapy is client directed and compassionate. It must also be done through the unfolding of a therapeutic relationship where safety, insight, vulnerability and playfulness are encouraged and supported. Through my years of experience treating mild to severe problems including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship, parenting and transitional issues, I have become good at helping to focus this process and achieve results.
Seattle, Washington 98103
Randy Marinez, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have been counseling since 1981 and opened my private practice in 1988. I have expertise in working with individuals around their history of sexual victimization, people healing from trauma and LGBTQ life issues. I also specialize in working with couples whether poly, open, heterosexual and/or gay. Included within my expertise is the breadth of issues surrounding sexuality and attachment. I also specialize in helping people become aware of and channel their emotions in a healthy way. Moreover, people who are grappling with existential issues, developmental transitions or life changes find meaning in working with me as well.
(206) 745-5831
Seattle, Washington 98104
Mariam Opincar Merrin, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with individuals, families, couples, and youth on a variety of issues including addiction and the effects of another person's addiction; physical, sexual, and emotional trauma; anxiety; grief, loss, and depression. No matter what you have been coping with, there is hope. If you are looking at this site, you are taking an important step toward greater healing, peace, and actualization of a more fulfilling life.
(206) 347-8060
Seattle, Washington 98104
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.
(816) 533-7636
Seattle, Washington 98107
Robin Custer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW-A
“Is your past getting in the way of your right now? You made it through a really rough time. You did it! Why is it so hard to be happy now? The things you did to get through it don't work so well anymore. Just getting along today takes so much energy and you feel scared and exhausted. Even after you become an adult, traumatic events from your childhood can still hurt. With cutting edge techniques I help people heal, have better relationships, let go of fear and defensiveness, and learn how to love with confidence.
(206) 504-3527
Seattle, Washington 98116
Peter Jabin, Counselor  in Seattle
“At some point, many of us can be overwhelmed by feelings anxiety, anger, disconnectedness -- or maybe we simply feel stuck in life. These painful places are not just emotional experiences; they can also be seen as spiritual. They carry the potential to transform us. The key to unlocking such transformation is to listen deeply enough to discover the meaning inherent in our most difficult experiences. I can help you to do that; it is the work I love to do. My goal is to help you discover greater freedom by connecting with your own deepest wisdom.
(206) 923-8943
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
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
“Serving people for 30 years in various settings (hospitaIs, schools, outpatient), I have learned what skills, attitudes, and attributes contribute to our sense of well-being and purpose and what boosts our confidence in handling life challenges. Youth as well as adults will understand the connection between feelings, behaviors and thoughts and modify those that don't work well for them. Whether a crisis, divorce, or relationship problem at home or school, difficulty being the parent or partner you wish, or self-sabotaging behaviors, I will help you harness these situations, and use them as springboards to becoming the person you most want to be.
(206) 535-1429
Seattle, Washington 98112
Carol M. Foltz,   in Seattle
“I believe each individual has a special gift to give. Sometimes this gift is clear to a person, but in many of us it takes self-discovery to bring out our innate gifts, which ultimately provide meaning and purpose in our lives. I work from a strength-based philosophy, highlighting the positives, moving clients toward awareness of where they are in the moment and provide them options to move forward to meet their stated goals. My responsibility is to provide career guidance to students and adults. I play a critical role helping clients clarify their interests, values, skills and needs.
(206) 701-6376
Seattle, Washington 98102
Andrei Dandescu, Counselor  in Seattle
“Over the past 17 years I have been working as a behavioral care provider with clients of diverse backgrounds, with a focus on providing therapeutic tools for effective management of behavioral, emotional, and relationship problems. I provide client-tailored care plans to support each client's personal goals and believe that strong rapport is essential to effective outcomes in any counseling work. My professional training and current clinical practice are congruent with bio-psycho-social and cognitive-behavioral psychological approaches, anchored in scientific research to foster measurable therapeutic changes for each client.
(206) 557-3963
Seattle, Washington 98103
Inner Views Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I help individuals, couples and families find healing from anxiety and depression, addictive behaviors, poor self esteem and traumatic experiences. In therapy people will learn tools to help them experience greater calm and connection, creativity and confidence, love and compassion. I don't judge people or put them in boxes but work with who they are in their core Self, helping them learn who they are so they can live from their core rather than from less integrated parts within themselves. Ultimately, people who work with me come to live with an intensity of purpose and direction in their lives.
(206) 981-3210
Seattle, Washington 98103
Sue Wiedenfeld, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I believe a commitment to therapy is a commitment to oneself. It is very powerful to commit to grow and change in ways that increase a sense of personal satisfaction with one's life. I work with individuals who want to resolve issues of unrest, dissatisfaction or distress that recur in their lives. I believe as clients learn to increase their trust in themselves they can better trust others and better direct their lives.This work involves coming to a better understanding of the influence of past experiences, as well as present influences, and may include exploring deeper spiritual isssues.
(206) 745-0705
Seattle, Washington 98112
Jamie R Friddle, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome. I treat adolescents, adults, and couples in the Madison Valley neighborhood of Seattle. Many of my clients suffer from developmental trauma and its symptoms, such as depression, anxiety, obsession, compulsion, behavioral addiction, and relationship problems, including shame, fear, and guilt. My relationship with my clients is a primary agent of change. I also use dreams, embodied exercises, imaginal exercises, and other strategies to help my clients address and resolve what has brought them to psychotherapy. I'm theoretically oriented to analytic and spiritual psychologies. Lifespan Integration, Emotionally Focused Therapy, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy are current evolutions of my practice.
(206) 557-6228
Seattle, Washington 98112
Lynda Treger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am a psychotherapist with over 25 years experience working with adults in individual therapy and couples therapy. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process; working together to understand and remedy symptoms interferring with your enjoyment of life. People often seek counseling to help with feelings of anxiety, loss, depression, sadness, or unhappiness in their relationships. Therapy offers a safe, private opportunity to identify and resolve problems in your life.
(206) 745-4928
Seattle, Washington 98105
Stacey Nagle, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome! I work with children, adolescents and adults. My approach is eclectic and humanistic, with a anti-oppression focus. I specialize in treating obsessive-compulsive disorder, counseling survivors of domestic violence, trauma, with a focus on working with the LGBTQIA community. I have specialized training in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) for the treatment of OCD. In addition, I specialize in parenting issues and am trained in The Nurtured Heart Approach. I use this approach and an attachment-based approach when working with children, teens and families.
(206) 745-5040
Seattle, Washington 98103
Arlene Fairfield,   in Seattle
“I am a career and life coach who can help you identify and prioritize what's important to you, make choices that align with your goals, and feel more satisfied with life - personally and professionally. For you, that might mean just living a life with more contentment or joy. Or it could mean embarking on new journeys to put forth your talents and gifts into the world. If you find yourself wondering if you're in the right profession, or struggle with how to make more space in your life for the things you enjoy, I can help.
(206) 489-3607
Seattle, Washington 98102

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