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Therapists in Seattle

Julie Reynolds Matthews, Counselor  in Seattle
Counselor, MA, LMHC
“I work with adults struggling with issues such as depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety, loneliness, grief and loss and relationships. I offer warm and effective counseling to help you unblock stuck places and find deeper acceptance and empowerment within your life.
(206) 801-0578
Seattle, Washington 98107
Theresa K Jaworski, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have 30 years of experience and specialize in helping individuals suffering with depression, anxiety, PTSD, Bipolar Disorder and chronic pain. I enjoy teaching mindfulness and acceptance techniques and find them to be a good adjunct to cognitive behavioral therapy and psychotherapy. I believe our true nature is comprised of awareness and compassion. In therapy we learn to direct this compassionate awareness towards ourselves. Instead of standing apart from ourselves and pushing ourselves to be better or different, the goal of therapy is to make friends with who we already are.
(206) 557-6255
Seattle, Washington 98102
Nicole Grace DiBacco, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all struggle in life at one point or another. However, reaching out for support takes a lot of courage and strength. For this reason, it is my goal to provide a safe, accepting, non-judgmental environment where you can openly explore these struggles and receive the support and guidance you need. Many times our past experiences have left us with wounds that become aggravated, causing difficulites in our relationships and daily lives. Together, we will reflect upon your emotional states and sources of distress to gain deeper awareness and skills for change, relief and healing in these areas.
(206) 965-9121
Seattle, Washington 98104
Marie E McNabb, Counselor  in Seattle
“A therapist and financial professional, I help you find practical and creative approaches to life change. My unique niche explores how your emotions and finances feed and trouble each other. The "money you earn" speaks about your value (but not your only value). The "money you have" makes you feel safe (or just as easily makes you anxious). The "money you spend" connects you to the economy and expresses what matters to you (but these are not pressure free decisions). Money might be self esteem, power, weapon, potential. And money is absolutely useless in the face of true problems.
(206) 673-3847
Seattle, Washington 98112
Jill Gross, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am committed to helping clients create the kind of lives they want and deserve. Whether your goal is to achieve greater self-awareness, build stronger personal relationships, or just feel better about yourself, a therapeutic relationship can help you reach that goal. Over the last ten years of practice, I have been especially effective in helping trauma survivors, clients with eating disorders, and couples. If you have any questions about my training or methods of practice, please feel free to call!
(206) 922-8846
Seattle, Washington 98103
Bob Matthews, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you and your partner stuck in conflict or apathy? We can help. My wife, Karin, and I offer co-therapy for couples. We help you have those challenging conversations that really matter and explore healthier ways of being with each other. Working together allows us to offer the benefit of our combined perspectives. Our own diversity usually allows us to understand what you are experiencing at a deeper level. If you are a high tech or legal professional, we know first-hand how workplace demands can impact the quality of your life.
(206) 673-2457
Seattle, Washington 98109
Meg McLaughlin, Counselor  in Seattle
“Sometimes life's challenges become overwhelming and you may find it difficult to cope or to move forward. When this happens, these challenges/problems may dominate your life. Often social and family pressures help to keep the problem in control, too. I will work in partnership with you to identify ways these problems have affected your life-and strategize ways to help you regain control over your life. We will work collaboratively examining the challenges/problems particularly looking to uncover life experiences that contradict these problems-contradictions that may provide ways for you to take back control of your life.
(206) 455-9691
Seattle, Washington 98103
Andrew Bryant, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Therapy involves getting to know ourselves better - our beliefs, our feelings and reactions, our relationships, and the patterns we live by. I work with people who want to understand themselves better and make more positive life decisions. Many of my clients find themselves continually falling into negative patterns with friends, family, partners, and career choices. Others struggle with confidence, self-worth, and an incessant inner critic. My work with couples and families focuses on increasing effective communication, and finding alternatives to negative patterns of interaction.
(206) 384-8604
Seattle, Washington 98103
Joseph A. Losi, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Trained in the advanced core skills of Emotionally Focused Therapy, Joseph's approach is rooted in assisting clients to become fully aware of unrecognized, unshared, connective primary emotions and reactive, disconnecting secondary emotions. He helps couples, men, and women cultivate greater awareness and acceptance of emotion. With empathic support he will help you develop the ability to communicate primary and secondary emotion in powerful ways that will foster increased intimacy with partners, spouses, and others.
(253) 777-1620
Seattle, Washington 98109
Ashley Harmon, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
Psychiatrist, MD
“Each person, child or adult, is growing and changing in a unique way. Biology, psychology, and social circumstances are all important in treating individuals, couples, and families. I draw from a variety of therapeutic approaches including psychodynamic psychotherapy, play therapy for children, family therapy, and conservative psychopharmacology. Building healthy therapeutic relationships is the most important part of any treatment.
(206) 557-6062
Seattle, Washington 98109
Jaylene Dunning, Counselor  in Seattle
“I've been in private practice for 10 years. I work with ages 14 through adult struggling with a variety of issues including anxiety and depression, eating disorders, self-injury and gender issues.
(425) 427-9775
Seattle, Washington 98136
Jenn Peterson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MDiv, LICSW
“Mindfulness and self-awareness are the key elements of the work I do. I work with children, adults and teens. We determine together the treatment modalities that would best serve. I am well-versed in holistic and more medical approaches and use a broad range of therapeutic models to help clients experience more health and well-being in their lives. Cognitive-behavioral, emotion-focused, narrative, solution-focused and existential therapies are some of the clinical techniques used in my practice.
(206) 981-5262
Seattle, Washington 98119
Julia Keller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMHC
“Masters of Arts in Psychology from Seattle University. Experience working with children, adolescents, adults, elders, and families. Approach to therapy is informed by both existential-phenomenological theory and cognitive-behavioral psychology. Special interests include adults and adolescents with a history of substance abuse individually or within the family system, life transitions, trauma informed approaches such as CETA and TF-CBT, and adolescent and adult brain development.
(206) 745-4381
Seattle, Washington 98112
Laura Zucker Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“Everyone experiences difficult times in their lives. Whether it's struggling with a difficult relationship, work or school, anxiety, depression, or problems in your family or social life, you're making an effort now to change. We will work together on ways to resolve the thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors that have prevented you from being who you want and attaining the things in life you really want for yourself. I offer a warm, safe, and confidential setting where we determine what your therapy needs are and how to achieve them.
(206) 535-1755
Seattle, Washington 98103
Erica Rubin, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process in which we work together to make sense of the problems that have brought you in, and work towards mutually established goals. Psychotherapy involves verbalizing your thoughts and feelings, exploring relational and behavioral patterns, and learning how past experiences may impact you now. Through this process we strive to gain greater awareness of how both conscious and unconscious processes play out in your emotional, intellectual and relational life. Ultimately, therapy can help individuals come to better understand themselves and exercise greater choice in their lives.
(253) 214-9405
Seattle, Washington 98112
David L Celio, Psychologist  in Seattle
“It is difficult to choose a therapist. You will want someone who can understand your concerns, convey warmth and acceptance, and - most of all - be on your side. No psychobabble. I can offer you 30 years of experience as a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in resolving personal and relationship concerns in a compassionate, thoughtful, and safe therapeutic relationship. Patients describe me as effective, authentic, and intelligent and with a good sense of humor. And they tell me they get better. Whether it is feeling depressed or fearful,
(206) 234-3390
Seattle, Washington 98102
Barbara Cummins Tantrum, Counselor  in Seattle
“I specialize in working with people who have undergone trauma, especially as it relates to Adoption and Foster Care. Mostly I work with children and adolescents that are adopted. But, I also work with adults and children and who have experienced trauma in their childhood as well as couples where one or both of them have undergone trauma. People will do well if they can, and children will attach if they can. People's brains can heal in the right environments and with the right tools. I work with families to give them tools to communicate, attune and attach.
(206) 701-6370
Seattle, Washington 98125
Ross Mayberry, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I have worked with adult ADHD, Post traumatic Stress Disorder and anxiety/depression issues for thirty years with humor and effectiveness. I'm pretty straightforward, no nonsense (well, maybe a little nonsense ...) and practical help with life problems based on educating people and their families/partners what ADHD really is...
(206) 504-2997
Seattle, Washington 98112
“Free, live telephone consultation for the general public and helping professionals, weekdays, 9 - 10 AM. Certified/licensed clinicians and educators serve couples and individuals with diverse sexuality concerns: loss of desire; obsessive sexual behavior; erection/ ejaculation difficulties; sexual identity; orgasm; vaginismus (contractions of the vagina that prevent penetration); pain; trauma; paraphilias; and conflicts in relationships over sexual values, attitudes, or behaviors. We help clients make informed choices and change outmoded patterns of thinking and behavior to support their goals. Voice mail 24/7. In-person appointment hours can be scheduled by telephone. Therapy fees are negotiable. Services are completely confidential.
(206) 855-3466
Seattle, Washington 98105
Patrice Janda, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“One trend I've noticed is the high percentage of truly unique and sensitive people who walk through my door. It seems some of the finest folks wind up getting lost in this world, not because they have less of an internal compass, but ironically because they have more. In a culture that prizes quick solutions and uniformity, having a voice of one's own, ideas of one's own, puts the complex and innovative individual at increased risk for mental distress. Living out loud is psychologically expensive; together we will work so you can afford to be heard.
(206) 317-1973
Seattle, Washington 98107

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