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Therapists in Seattle

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
Scott Rutledge, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Most clients that come to see me are anticipating or in the middle of an “unwanted change”. Whether it is the death of a significant person, a child born with a disability, a teenager who is distant, or a break up of a long relationship, these are all life transitions that can carry a significant amount of emotional weight. Whatever your situation, going backwards or continuing what you are doing is not an option. My goal is to help you lighten the load by working with you to adapt, change and make sense of your new world.
(206) 743-9844
Seattle, Washington 98112
Sarah Townsend, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“Relationships are the foundation of what makes life meaningful. When personal and professional relationships are a struggle, many people experience stress, frustration, and isolation. My role as a therapist includes helping individuals and couples to strengthen existing relationships and to process painful past experiences. This creates the opportunity for more trust and connection in current and future relationships. I also collaborate with my clients to identify obstacles to greater fulfillment and encourage them to access their strengths through challenge.
(206) 508-3725
Seattle, Washington 98103
Melissa Hadfield, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“Do you need a place to talk where your unique struggle and perspective is accepted without judgment? I will create an environment in which you can feel whatever you feel and think however you think. And then, we'll move towards identifying what's most deeply important to you and finding ways for you to move towards those things even if your feelings or thoughts seem to push you away from them.
(206) 347-8140
Seattle, Washington 98103
Steve Hammil Counseling, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am particularly interested in working with people struggling with the on going effects of problematic learning experiences like abuse, neglect and loss; especially those of early childhood. Often people suffering from the painful effects of traumatic experiences have never really felt whole, known peace or felt truly acceptable. Much too often they blame themselves. Bouts of depression and anxiety are all too frequent. I offer a gentle approach resulting in unlearning the underlying causes of fear, shame and grief that drive depression, anxiety and self-criticism. You are able to live a life that is meaningful, satisfying and free of the ties that bind.
(253) 248-4318
Seattle, Washington 98101
Kerry Billingham, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am a therapist in the north Seattle area. I specialize in teenagers, adults, and couples with depression, anxiety, trauma and relationship problems. I am certified in Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I help people who have unstable emotions, relationships, and are frequently in crisis. I teach mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness skills. I offer groups. DBT helps identify extreme ends of the spectrum and to find the middle path on the way towards a life worth living. DBT encourages individuals to find a mindfulness practice in their own lives and teaches skills for living successfully in the world.
(206) 569-5371
Seattle, Washington 98103
Eric Borgh, Counselor  in Seattle
Counselor, MA, LMHCA
“I consider this work in a few categories: Therapy is like the Psalms- an honest, cathartic process of voicing hopes and fears. Therapy is like confession- We confess truth, we confess what is good, we confess what is broken. It is the act of truth telling. Therapy is like learning to love- it is coming into relationship with estranged parts of yourself, with others, with God.
(425) 405-5107
Seattle, Washington 98102
Mysti Coccia-Eddy, Counselor  in Seattle
“My approach to counseling is strengths-based and client-centered. I wholeheartedly believe that every person is capable of healing and growth.
(206) 673-5279
Seattle, Washington 98125
Glenn King, Counselor  in Seattle
“Choosing to see a counselor is a courageous step full of possibility. If you have found yourself or your family feeling stuck, pursuing counseling can both restore balance and bring about lasting change. Clients have found my commitment to building on personal strengths and overcoming barriers at the client's pace, to have a lasting impact on their lives. I invite your questions and look forward to the possibility of working together.
(206) 745-4711
Seattle, Washington 98103
Anne Ihnen, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have a gentle approach that recognizes each person's unique strengths and gifts in addition to the issues that brought them to therapy. I see my role as a collaborative partner and guide, and I believe that everyone has the potential to make positive changes in their lives. I help my clients connect with and heal the deeper issues underlying their troubling symptoms, working at a pace that feels safe and supportive. In addition to my work as a therapist, I offer professional consultation to licensed therapists and counselors.
(206) 745-0563
Seattle, Washington 98101
Roy C. Hodgson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MA, LMFT
“Roy is an individual, couple, and family therapist who provides a supportive, thoughtful, and encouraging environment. Experienced in the medical, educational, and mental health fields, with two master's degrees. Certified in emotionally focused therapy one of the only therapies clinically shown to help couple's find love with less conflicts. Caring therapy for children and adolescents surfing from school problems, family problems, and trauma.
(206) 701-6324
Seattle, Washington 98109
Lori A Hiltz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe in the potential of all people to live satisfying and healthy lives and enjoy helping people reach their individual goals. In my work I join with clients in a safe and collaborative way working to explore, understand and resolve the challenges related to their identified goals. I work with people dealing with a variety of emotional and personal difficulties including depression, anxiety, relationship or work conflicts, personality disorders, trauma or abuse histories, parenting, adolescent issues, grief, reproductive issues, self esteem issues and other general disruptions to social, work or relationship functioning.
(253) 200-9855
Seattle, Washington 98112
Hiltrud Verdier, Counselor  in Seattle
“My passion lies in empowering clients to fully engage in the adventure of being alive. Too often in the process of socialization our innate movement and self-expression get stifled, our spirits broken. We are asked to conform with expectations of parents and society. We might be forced to adapt to a dysfunctional environment. We learn to control ourselves, to disconnect from our emotions.I focus on helping my clients reconnect with their emotions. Emotions shape and organize our experience of life and our connection to others. When we are deeply connected with our emotions, they become our greatest ally.
(206) 535-1602
Seattle, Washington 98115
Nancy Haver  in Seattle
“From all appearances, you've got it so good. Lying in wait, just under the surface, are the life traumas that wounded you deeply but were never addressed. And those secrets have you turning to substances more and more. One weekly drink becomes a daily bottle, and you're making excuses to your work, your friends and your family. Do you want to quit but you don't know how? I can help you find your way out of this despair and into the life you want and deserve. You can do this. Let's talk.
(206) 258-7825
Seattle, Washington 98122
Chris Miller, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My philosophy is therapy has the potential to be a healing and empowering experience that can lead to great personal growth. I believe in the importance of creating a therapeutic environment that is safe, supportive and non-judgmental. I strive to be genuine, accepting and empathic to help clients feel understood and comfortable discussing their issues. My experience has been clients are able to make healthy changes when these factors are present in therapy. Ultimately, I believe it is important for a client to feel the therapeutic relationship is a good "fit" for him or her.
(425) 321-5398
Seattle, Washington 98104
Thomas J Auflick, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people who are suffering from confusion, pain, anxiety, depression and loss. My strengths are helping people negotiate change, find healthy solutions, recover from trauma, create better relationships, find greater career satisfaction, and initiate personal growth. I desire to help people evolve and find meaning that brings enrichment and happiness. The people I have worked with over the course of my career are incredibly diverse culturally. I have personal experience with intercultural relationships and cultural adaptation. My ideal client is one who wants to evolve and is reaching for a kind hand.
(206) 569-6951
Seattle, Washington 98126
C. Sawyer Mcmonagle, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“I support teens, young adults, and families to navigate the transitions and stressful moments in their life. I empower young people to be engaged in counseling and create the life they want to live. I have an anti-oppression and humanistic approach to counseling. I identify areas of internalized oppression and offer contradictions to the messages they receive everyday. I believe that each person is inherently good and loveable and I work with individuals and families to rediscover their playfulness. I am trained in evidence-based practices such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for behavior, trauma, anxiety, and depression.
(206) 922-4475
Seattle, Washington 98103
Angela Grace, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you looking for a therapist who is collaborative, creative, and direct with a sense of humor? I address disappointment, self-confidence, repeating old patterns, anger, and conflict in relationships. I will tend to the health of your heart, body, mind, and soul.
(206) 535-1520
Seattle, Washington 98104
Hayley Tapp, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have a fairly straightforward approach to therapy. I work with people on issues of depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, substance abuse, existential issues, as well as help people plagued by impulsivity that wreaks havoc in their lives. My background also helps me in my work with the creative community, helping people to achieve a balance between their creativity and the choices they make in their lives.
(253) 214-9809
Seattle, Washington 98117
Letha Fernandez, Counselor  in Seattle
“Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities are my favorite areas of practice. I am a Developmental Disabilities Mental Health Specialist. Some of my favorite individual session and group topics are: positive behavior support, goal setting, daily living skills, self esteem, problem solving skills, social skills, coping skills, making lasting friendships, establishing and maintaining boundaries, safety at home and in the community, communication, managing anger, impulse and emotions. I have a passionate and creative flair with a desire to meet each individual where they are in order to move forward to a healthier, happier and more "included" life.
(206) 745-5884
Seattle, Washington 98104
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