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Therapists in Seattle

Richard Meeks, Counselor  in Seattle
“You can create a better life. Call upon your courage as you grow to meet the tasks of work, friendship, and intimacy and overcome life's inevitable misfortunes. Encouragement fosters an attitude of hopeful striving and nourishes our potential for a meaningful life. Overcome the snares set by Fear, Anger, Despair, and their many cousins. Courage grows through relationship. I won't try to fix, repair, or heal you or determine your way. I offer you a counseling relationship to which I bring encouragement, authenticity, understanding, compassion, and wisdom born of a lifetime of study, and personal and professional experience.
(206) 489-3763
Seattle, Washington 98102
Kenneth Andrew Hapke, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed psychologist working with individuals and couples [college-aged to senior adults]. As a result of my experiences and specialized training, I have learned to respect each person's innate ability to thrive and live fully. I describe my role as an experienced guide and companion for clients who want to change the patterns of their lives by re-connecting with their unique strengths. Psychotherapy is a process and I will encourage you to actively participate. Working together, I am confident you will make changes that will benefit you, your loved ones, and those around you.
(206) 745-0980
Seattle, Washington 98105
Julie Holt, Counselor  in Seattle
“If you're not quite sure what needs to change in your life, you're in the right place. I can help you navigate your path forward. Life can be challenging. With the right help, that challenge becomes your successful life - complete with happiness, satisfaction, and the knowledge that you're really living the life you want. It can be a reality. It really can.
(206) 979-6764
Seattle, Washington 98102
Yie-Wen Yvonne Kuan, Psychologist  in Seattle
“The best outcome for a person who seeks psychological counseling, I believe, is to reach his or her inner peace. I see myself as a coach or a facilitator to assist my clients reach their goals. I have more than 20 years of experience in treating people with anxiety, depression, work or relationship issues. I subscribe to cognitive-behavioral therapy; but I also integrate other methods in counseling. I provide parenting consultation for children's behavioral or academic problems. Over the years, I have the privilege to work with people from different cultural, sexual and religious backgrounds.
(206) 745-0510
Seattle, Washington 98105
Diane Heald Spengler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“After 25 years in practice as a therapist, I have come to believe that the experience of being truly listened to results in growth, and healing in people! I offer deep listening to my clients, helping them to find their voices, whether in individual therapy or as members of couples or families. My mindfulness practice assists me in being fully present. It is often difficult to identify our stuck places and painful patterns. I have found that talking things through with someone with sound professional training and experience can offer new perspectives and life possibilities. allowing change to happen!
(206) 922-4361
Seattle, Washington 98105
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
Carol E. Hall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, ACSW
“I provide compassionate, nonjudgemental therapy for clients suffering from trauma, relationship problems,life and workplace stress, cultural stresses, adustment problems and other challenges we face in this difficult time. Feelings of confusion,self-doubt, anxiety, anger, frustration and numbness inhibit your ability to realize your dreams. During the 20 years I have been providing therapy, I have accumulated a large "tool chest" of approaches, strategies and methods to help clients clarify their choices, feel empowered and construct the life they long for. Replace worn-out ways of coping with those that are productive and relevant to your life today.
(206) 922-8639
Seattle, Washington 98103
Patrice M. Donohue, Counselor  in Seattle
“My highest priority as a therapist is to provide a free and protected space for you to explore yourself, to consider new possibilities and become more of who you are. Potential for healing lies within each of us. We need support, response and presence to develop the awareness and understanding that we need to heal. Our work together creates the opportunity to rekindle the natural healing powers within you. The particular focus of our work is something we will decide together, based on your unique purpose for coming to see me.
(206) 438-9424
Seattle, Washington 98104
Abby Smith, Counselor  in Seattle
“A Common Language Counseling is a warm and accepting place that is supportive of recovery - not only from addiction but also from the experience of growing up in an addicted/alcoholic family. I work with people who want to achieve a more comfortable life, better relationships, and deeper self-understanding. I also offer non-judgmental help to those who want to take a serious look at the role alcohol/drugs currently play in their lives.
(206) 673-3729
Seattle, Washington 98109
Joanne Dorpat Halverson, Counselor  in Seattle
“Greetings, Allow me to assist you in crossing to the other side of whatever challenges,changes and suffereing you encounter-- to turn lead into gold. Therapy is a journey of discovery with the potential to awaken, to heal and to integrate powerful changes. For over 20 years, as a licensed therapist, educator and supervisor I help people lead more meaningful, joyful & fulfilling lives. I have worked with people of most ages, varied ethnicities, gender preferences & cultural backgrounds & highly sensitive individuals, artists, gifted individuals, addictions, couples,groups, healers, people with learning disabilities & aspergers, veterans, other trauma & grief sufferers and spiritual seekers.
(425) 284-9540
Seattle, Washington 98115
Ingrid Wheelock, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and have been working as a psychotherapist for over 20 years. My orientation is psychodynamic and relational, which means that I view psychotherapy as a collaboration between therapist and client focused on exploring thoughts and feelings as they emerge in the context of a therapeutic relationship. Ultimately, successful psychotherapy may alleviate suffering, increase self-awareness, help one enjoy a broader range of emotional experience, and enhance one's ability to engage more fully in relationships with others.
(253) 200-9293
Seattle, Washington 98121
Ron Slosky, Psychologist  in Seattle
“With over 30 years experience, I have successfully dealt with many treatment issues. The basic ingredient in any therapy is the quality of the relationship. I am an actively involved therapist, usually seeking an in-depth resolution of problem issues. Emotional freedom results from an understanding, respect, and acceptance of our individuality.
(206) 535-1388
Seattle, Washington 98119
Karen K Lucas, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you experiencing any of the fallowing: overwhelmed, anxiety, depression, stress, relationship problems, addictions, work challenges, bipolar disorder, parent-child conflict and/or school problems? I will work collaboratively with you to meet your goals, create the changes you want and give you the tools to be empowered in your life. We discuss the patterns that keep you stuck, and how you can be different. Drawing from your successes and the strengths you poses, you learn your thought/emotional process. We explore your emotions, and how to change the negative critical thoughts and behaviors to become more useful and positive.
(206) 316-9645
Seattle, Washington 98122
Danny R Gellersen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“The weight of depression and anxiety can be relentlessly discouraging. Many folks feel trapped, and exhausted. As a therapist, I will work to guide you to a place that feels hopeful again. My therapeutic approach emphasizes a caring and attentive experience that builds upon lasting progress. There will be rich opportunities to work deeply at the heart of what troubles you. Although change is not always a comfortable process, it can be much easier with support.
(206) 538-2906
Seattle, Washington 98101
Frederick B Davis, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I've been practicing psychiatry and psychotherapy for 40 years, and have successfully treated hundreds of people. My youngest patient was eighteen months old, my oldest 94, and I’ve seen every age between. Some patients come for a single visit, others for years. I use psychotropic medicine judiciously, as needed. We live in a culture averse to pain and suffering—often resulting from the vicissitudes of life and not necessarily the result of mental illness. People have reserves of strength they often hide from themselves; the most important thing I do, perhaps, is to help my patients discover that strength.
(206) 745-0918
Seattle, Washington 98115
Dominique Walmsley, Counselor  in Seattle
“I use a person-centered approach, in which the client's unique set of values and interests guides me in shaping the path for growth and change. To support this collaboration, I provide knowledge of relaxation techniques, behavioral modification, exploration of childhood experiences, and philosophical or spiritual frameworks that give structure to enduring change. I specialize in couples therapy, guiding them toward reliance on one another, and fulfillment of personal goals. With individuals, I look for their motivational direction, and help them form a satisfying life around their own interests. I aim to be clear and connective, as well as efficient.
(206) 909-1097
Seattle, Washington 98103
Shanyn Gilio-Tenan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MHP, CMHS
“I view therapy as a tool to make changes in our lives. It is a collaborative process between the client and therapist. In our work together we focus on the strengths that one has internally as well as goals to help one improve how they feel about themselves, others and their environment. I work to tailor my services for each individual by helping them feel empowered to identify and address what might be impacting their current situation.
(541) 241-2777
Seattle, Washington 98119
Alex L. Hermens, Counselor  in Seattle
“My private practice in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle is open to all individuals, including children, adolescents and adults. I believe in a holistic approach to therapy, meaning that I do my best to see the whole you, including everything that may influence you (e.g., culture, family, romantic relationships, sexuality). I understand that each person is unique in their experiences of growing, healing and exploring life. As your therapist, my goal is to partner with you in looking through your past, present and future to help build a stronger relationship within yourself and with others.
(541) 590-2337
Seattle, Washington 98102
Mary Holscher, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I have more than thirty years experience in Seattle as a therapist and educator/trainer of therapists. My areas of expertise include therapy and education with heterosexual and lesbian couples (with a primary orientation of Emotionally Focused Therapy/EFT), therapy for individuals in transition (with a primary orientation of Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy/AEDP), leadership and personal development consultation and training, creative writing as a tool for personal growth, and transformational learning. My therapeutic approach is humanistic, collaborative and conversational.
(206) 535-1940
Seattle, Washington 98103
Peter Hannah, Counselor  in Seattle
“Tired of People Pleasing? Has being a "Nice Guy" put your relationship in jeopardy? I can help. I know the in's and out's of being a Nice Guy, from the false beliefs inside to the bad habits that actually end up undermining the relationships that you value so much.
(206) 922-8740
Seattle, Washington 98109
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