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Therapists in Seattle

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
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
Jay French, Counselor  in Seattle
“My goal is to help you make contact with the most alive and vital parts of yourself, and to foster the natural creative energy that we all have inside. I believe that all symptoms exist for good reasons. Together we can discover these reasons and help you transcend the thoughts, feelings or behaviors that limit you. Through patient and careful listening, I seek to become attuned to what is struggling to become known in and between your words, and to reflect this back to you in a way that allows you to more fully inhabit your truth.
(253) 777-1588
Seattle, Washington 98103
Li Ravicz, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I work with adults, couples and adolescents seeking help for a broad variety of problems. My therapeutic style tends to be warm and engaged and my purpose above all others is to be helpful. Thus, I tailor various therapeutic approaches to address your particular situation.
(253) 470-4936
Seattle, Washington 98103
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
Kim Brotherton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
“I am a psychodynamically oriented, board certified clinical social worker working with individuals and couples. My approach is collaborative and straightforward with the goal of helping expand self awareness, insight and understanding of patterns of reacting and relating that cause difficulty . Through increased awareness, clients gain more freedom to respond in ways more satisfying and meaningful in their lives. Each therapy is unique in detail and duration. There are many different approaches to psychotherapy, but most important is the therapeutic relationship. As a client you need to feel comfortable and safe, knowing what you discuss will be kept confidential.
(253) 987-6915
Seattle, Washington 98103
Elizabeth Orchard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, RPT
“My practice focuses on working with children from as young as 3 years old to adults. I aim to help individuals and families cope and grow in the wake of loss, depression, anxiety, family transitions, and relationship difficulties. I believe that therapeutic change occurs through a supportive, trusting, and collaborative relationship in which your strengths are drawn out and emphasized. Within this relationship, I work to empower you to increase awareness of yourself, your ways of relating, and your unique coping skills in the face of stress and change.
(253) 777-1624
Seattle, Washington 98115
Jonathon Friedman, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adults, young adults, and adolescents struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, life transitions, and past traumas. These struggles, while difficult, can ultimately become opportunities for growth and change. With compassion and empathy, I create a safe therapeutic space where you can develop and hone your self-awareness to identify concrete coping skills, locate beliefs that are no longer serving you, and access new beliefs that will help you grow and/or gain insight.
(206) 922-4225
Seattle, Washington 98104
Melanie Markle, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“I have been working in the field of psychotherapy and psychiatric nursing for forty years, and have been in private practice for thirty one years. In addition to medication evaluation and treatment (along with brief psychotherapy to address issues which necessitate medication), I have a broad general practice. I work with depression, anxiety, and related disorders, including early trauma, loss and grief, social anxiety and panic, family and relationship issues, trust and identity issues, including LGBT issues. I also work with OCD, and ADHD. I work biologically, psychodynamically and utilize solution oriented therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy when indicated.
(206) 324-0315
Seattle, Washington 98102
Mark Michael, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Greetings. I offer therapy to heal from interpersonal wounds, depression, anxiety, isolation, repetitive relationship patterns, and other concerns to attain the most fulfilled personal and professional life possible. I endeavor to provide a warmly interactive, personal and direct, attentive and supportive environment in which persons may focus on their lives, taking actions to change, and on their relationships.
(253) 248-4524
Seattle, Washington 98102
Tsion Kidane, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“My goal in therapy is to bring hope and renewed vision. My ideal clients are people who struggle with depression, anxiety, PTSD, as well as grief and loss issues. I also like working with families with relationship and parenting problems. Being trained and experienced in the area of domestic violence, I work with women and children from various ethnic backgrounds, who are dealing with the ramifications of abuse. As a multi-cultural and multi-lingual therapist, I give special consideration to cultural issues and specialize in clients whose ethnic background is from East Africa.
(206) 429-6852
Seattle, Washington 98125
Amanda Beer, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Simply stated, my approach is about collaboration, acceptance, action, and empowerment. We will decide together what therapeutic methods will work best for you. I feel it is important to understand the ways that your cultural background, family, unique experiences, and social forces have affected your life and current situation. I will challenge you to be honest with yourself and with me in recognizing your strengths and limitations. Ultimately, my goal is to help you embrace your unique identity and life experiences, manage your reactions to what life brings you, and feel empowered to face challenges and thrive.
(206) 905-1096 x334
Seattle, Washington 98122
Seattle Healing Hypnotherapy,   in Seattle
“Transition can be scary. Whether you are dealing with a positive change like releasing unwanted habits or creating a business or a difficult transition like the loss of a job or relationship, transition can be EXHAUSTING. I can assist you in creating a deeper connection to yourself. I will help you to gain clarity and define success on your own terms. I encourage my clients to explore and release limiting beliefs as a path to self-love and self- discovery. Together we will work through the rough stuff using a combination of awesome hypnotherapy techniques, energy work, and coaching tools.
(206) 765-8265
Seattle, Washington 98109
Liliana Sacarin, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Liliana Sacarin, Psy. D., licensed clinical psychologist. Dr. Sacarin is and expert clinician and researcher in auditory processing and Listening Training techniques and systems including the Tomatis Method, iLS, TLP and LifT. She provides individualized assessments and training based upon the most appropriate auditory techniques for each client. These in-depth assessments take into consideration sensory integration abilities, language processing, and cognitive abilities. Dr. Sacarin also integrates Tomatis-based Listening with individual child, parents and adult counseling to facilitate learning, development, and expand potential in children and adults. Neurofeedback? and Interactive Metronome? programs are offered as well.
(206) 866-6314
Seattle, Washington 98105
Marisa Adriana Kallman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome: Thanks for taking a moment to visit. You probably browsed through a number of profiles already; looking for a therapist online is not an easy task especially under stress. In brief, therapy is not a one-size-fits-all solution, I tailor my therapeutic approach to meet your needs and together we can sort things out and come up with a plan of action. Let's create some tools for you to relieve the stress and address the core issues.
(206) 397-0185
Seattle, Washington 98109
Andrei Dandescu, Counselor  in Seattle
“I strive to approach behavioral concerns with openness, care, and accountability toward your goals. I wish to provide client-tailored cognitive behavioral tools to assist, and support your personal goals. I approach counseling in a collaborative manner and believe that a strong rapport is essential to our success. My professional training is congruent with biopsychosocial and cognitive-behavioral approaches, yet is flexible and open to new therapeutic tools. I hope to have an opportunity to foster your inherent problem-solving abilities, capacity for insight, ability to heal from emotional suffering, and potential to change unwanted behaviors.
(206) 557-3963
Seattle, Washington 98103
“I am currently a licensed associate working toward my Independent Clinical Social Work License. In my clinical practice, I enjoy working with children, teens, and young adults by utilizing a Cognitive Behavioral and Family Systems approach. In addition to my clinical work, I act as a transition specialist for a local inclusion school. My education and clinical training focused around providing treatment and assessment services for children, adolescents, and young adults presenting with behavioral, emotional, and neurodevelopmental difficulties in both clinical and residential settings.
(206) 466-5649
Seattle, Washington 98133
Wendy E Smith, Counselor  in Seattle
“If you are seeking to work through anxiety, depression, an identity issue, a life transition, a traumatic experience, or a significant loss, I may be the therapist to help you. I can also help couples deeply reconnect on the level of needs and feelings--as opposed to having that same unproductive argument over and over again. With individuals, I often work in the here-and-now. Additionally, I pay attention to your history in order to understand (together with you) how your past experiences might be affecting your capacity to live well in the present and imagine a future.
(206) 745-0971
Seattle, Washington 98119
J. Leon Monroe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSWAA
“I use traditional "talk therapy" to meet you where you are while applying the techniques of mindfulness based stress reduction, cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal neurobiology and other approaches to help you uncover your authentic self and ultimately reach your optimum potential. I believe that no one understands your experience as well as you do. I also believe real growth and positive change are most possible when a person feels safe and supported. For that reason, I strive to create an honest, sincere, non-judgmental and personable environment for the purposes of counseling and therapy.
(206) 538-2807
Seattle, Washington 98103
Sara Smucker Barnwell, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who provides compassionate, evidence-based care to adults and adolescents. I strive to help my clients identify and meet their goals through self-understanding and skills acquisition. For many clients, this involves reducing stress, improving self care and gaining insight into emotions. I am passionate about ensuring that my clients have easy access to the care they need, and deliver care through traditional and innovative methods. I am a University Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences with a career-long commitment to helping clients pursue full, meaningful lives.
(253) 336-7998
Seattle, Washington 98122
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