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Therapists in Seattle

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
Katie M. McCall, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Part of being human means that most of us will inevitably struggle at some point in our lives. It is common to seek support and guidance to help navigate through difficult times. Finding a therapist who feels like "the right fit" can be challenging, as it is important to find someone you trust and who is knowledgeable about what has prompted you to seek help. My treatment approach is grounded in compassionately understanding client's unique life history and experiences. I highly value authenticity and flexibility; and my goal is to build a collaborative relationship so that we can tailor therapy to address your needs.
(360) 703-9278
Seattle, Washington 98122
Kimberly K Peterson, Counselor  in Seattle
“Relationship issues? Dissatisfied with your current work situation? Feeling like you are 'just getting by'? Wondering how to get on track? We will use a Buddhist/Existential approach to help create life patterns that work for you instead of against you. Schedule a free initial consult so we can better understand what you can do to start feeling whole, content & fully alive today. Visit my website for more information. Remember, you were born with a unique purpose- if you don't feel you are living this purpose, let's talk.
(206) 397-0451
Seattle, Washington 98101
David Bennett, Counselor  in Seattle
“If you, or someone you care for, are having difficulties with relationships, personal challenges, emotional balance, or past trauma, I can help. I have 30 years of experience working with adults, couples, children and adolescents supporting emotional health and well being. People seek my help because they find me easy to talk with, experienced and insightful, genuine, open and supportive. My areas of expertise include: anxiety and stress management, child/adolescent/adult depression, family conflict, relationship counseling, communication skills development, anger management, adoption and attachment, sexual and physical trauma, ADD/ADHD, divorce, childhood adjustment and self-esteem.
(206) 745-5769
Seattle, Washington 98102
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
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Having been in private practice for nearly 30 years, I believe that the relationship between therapist and client is of utmost importance. As such, I strive to understand first what the concern/complaint of the client is. Then it is important that I also understand the specific request for treatment. Utilizing the existing strengths of the client and my knowledge and expertise, we address these concerns and requests together. I work with individual men, women, adolescents and couples.
(206) 922-8197
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jeremy C Hulley, Counselor  in Seattle
“I offer the following: Individual therapy for adults Individual therapy for adolescents Therapy for couples Family therapy Consultation for organizations that serve youth in foster care or residential treatment. My counseling expertise includes: At-risk and high-risk youth LGBTQ couples and families Individuals struggling with depression and/or anxiety.
(206) 743-9886
Seattle, Washington 98136
Leyla Welkin, Counselor  in Seattle
“I provide psychotherapy in Seattle and coaching for clients around the world. Special focus on couples, sexuality and cultural adjustment issues. With more than 30 years of experience, my approach is based on your strengths, focused on empowering you, centered on your goals, and connects you with other resources. I was born in Turkey and have lived and worked in the US, Turkey and Europe. I provide individual, couple, family and group therapy, consultation and training from Seattle's University District.
(206) 489-3471
Seattle, Washington 98105
Tim Stanley  in Seattle
“Relationship is primary to the human experience. Although there are non-relational circumstances that disrupt life, more often than not, the mental health problems that surface in life are relationally bound. Whether it be an addiction, anxiety issue, trouble grieving, or any number of other struggles, there is often a relational component that needs to be unearthed and explored before we are able to move forward in life. For this reason, I focus a great deal of my attention on early attachments, and how these attachments presently impact how an individual relates both to people and broader life experience.
(425) 999-3226
Seattle, Washington 98115
April Walter, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I specialize in working with individuals and families struggling with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD/ADD, Learning Disorders and other Neuropsychological or Psychological Issues.
(253) 655-2254
Seattle, Washington 98133
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
Allison Norris, Counselor  in Seattle
“Everyone needs a little help sometimes. Counseling has become a regular part of people's weekly schedule. Just as you may take care of your body physically, taking care of your mental health can change your life. Improving relationships, dealing with anger, unwanted thoughts, anxiety or loneliness, or working through a transition can be made easier through counseling. It may be the one place you finally feel free to be yourself and start discovering the life you've always wanted.
(206) 735-4893
Seattle, Washington 98115
Beth Healy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Therapy can be surprising. Worry or anger or despair can open up hope and meaning. Rather than seeing yourself as flawed-and your distress as a problem to be eliminated-you can learn to feel compassion for yourself and recognize your challenges are pointing to new directions. Usually, my clients find increased vitality and satisfaction in their lives. Connection to self, others, and spirit can strengthen. Your pain can ease.
(206) 905-9096
Seattle, Washington 98119
James E Bederaux-Cayne, Counselor  in Seattle
“I will actively use my training and experience to help you meet your needs & goals. Successful treatment is a direct result of mutual efforts, honesty, respect, and collaboration. Life is full of transitions. Many transitions require skill to navigate. Some happen easily and others require thought, planning and occasionally outside help. I regularly help people manage depression, anxiety, life & work transitions, relationship problems, the processing of and recovery from trauma, and developmental issues throughout the lifespan.
(253) 220-6158
Seattle, Washington 98116
Tracy C. Bryan, Counselor  in Seattle
“My practice is focused on helping individuals understand and heal from the profound wounds caused by emotional or physical violence in close personal relationships. This includes adults who've experienced childhood abuse, neglect, and/or abandonment, as well as sexual assault, violence, and betrayal trauma. By conceptualizing complex forms of trauma from a feminist perspective, I investigate issues of gender, power, and culture, and identify them as the center of oppression, distress, and dysfunction in a person's life. Relational trauma often creates isolation, and I believe it is only in relationship that we heal.
(206) 489-3496
Seattle, Washington 98103
Clearwater Counseling, Laura Wagner, MA, LMHC, NCC, Counselor  in Seattle
“I provide compassionate, non-judgemental counseling for adolescents and adults. I support individuals suffering from depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and help clients make positive, healthy changes in their lives. I use Cognitive Behavioral and Mindfulness Therapy along with play and art therapy with younger clients. I often incorporate breathing techniques and short meditations into sessions with clients suffering from anxiety. I also offer support groups for adolescent girls.
(206) 673-5288
Seattle, Washington 98103
Cristine Ramsdale, Counselor  in Seattle
“I view therapy as a relationship that client and therapist choose to enter into for the sake of treating specific issues as well as to engage the deeper issues of the client's life. I believe that people are best understood by looking at their interactions with others. In our process together, we will explore how past relationships have impacted your patterns of relating in the present. We will also seek greater awareness of what is occurring between the two of us during our therapy sessions.
(206) 866-6305
Seattle, Washington 98119
Selena M Gray, Counselor  in Seattle
“Our work together is a rare opportunity to stop and listen deeply to who you are and how you relate to the world around you. I liken it to putting a stethoscope onto your inner world and we both listen together and talk about what we find. My hope is for these times to feel safe enough for you to begin to say things you've not said before and discover aspects of yourself you didn't know still existed--maybe you had given up hope that they could come alive again.
(206) 926-9850
Seattle, Washington 98102
Dennis Mc Carthy, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all can feel stuck from time to time. Whether it's a relationship issue, a career issue, challenges with depression, anxiety, or substance use, we can find ourselves repeating the same patterns. I work with individuals, couples, and groups and help people understand the patterns of their lives and how to move beyond challenges and towards fulfillment.
(206) 595-2659
Seattle, Washington 98101
Jason Goldstein, Counselor  in Seattle
“Therapy is an opportunity to engage in a healing relationship unlike most others. The focus is on you: your feelings, your thoughts, your strengths, and insecurities. My job is to support you as you work your way toward understanding, accepting, and growing into yourself. Psychotherapy involves exploring feelings, perceptions, and beliefs about oneself and others, understanding how and why self-defeating or painful patterns of living have developed, and discovering how to modify them. I am committed to helping you discover and speak the truth of your experience, including parts of you that may have been left unspoken and unlived.
(206) 557-3992
Seattle, Washington 98112

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