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Learning Disabilities Therapists in Seattle
Learning Disorders

Dennis I Saller, Licensed Educational Psychologist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Educational Psychologist, LEP, PPS
“I provide comprehensive evaluations for individuals of all ages seeking documentation for testing accommodations, including college entrance exams, the Bar, MCAT, and GMAT, employer required licensing exams, and other state or national exams complying with ADA requirements. I also provide specialized tutorials and treatment for educationally related disabilities, such as dyslexia (reading disorder), dysgraphia (writing disorder), oral and written language disorder (OWL), ADHD, emotional problems, executive function disorder, and autistim. I also provide independent evaluations for special education IEPs and 504s. ** I provide competitive summer rates right now for evaluations.
Learning Disabilities
(714) 989-7298
Seattle, Washington 98121
SOLE - Selkirk Outdoor Leadership & Education, Inc, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“SOLE Journey Experiences are intentionally designed and facilitated outdoor expeditions for adolescents and young adults to challenge themselves in a personalized empowering manner. Our individualized and supportive design fosters transferable and sustainable life lessons. Our Journey Experience curriculum focuses on character and leadership development, environmental awareness and stewardship, human and natural history, as well as, outdoor living skills, and are designed for individuals, parents, clinicians, education consultants, school administrators, schools, and/or programs. Specifically, these expeditions are tailored towards those interested in an individualized short-term behavioral intervention to reinforce positive behavior and extinguish negative behavior; provide a sound short-term placement before transition back into their current/future setting; provide parents and professionals a preventative and assessment measure prior to sending their child to a wilderness and/or residential program; and address needed services in a novel manner for professionals who work with "families in need". These 8 to 21 day backcountry expeditions occur in the beautiful Cabinet and Bitterroot Mountains of Montana, however, have also be custom-tailored to location and duration for schools, programs, and families in need. Whatever your interests and needs please let us know how we can support you today!
Learning Disabilities
(928) 379-6092
We serve:
Seattle, Washington 98115
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.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 557-6062
Seattle, Washington 98109
Michael Kulfan, Psychologist  in Seattle
“The primary focus of my work is providing diagnostic, neuropsychological, psycho-educational, and psychological assessments and intervention planning for children and families. Assessment services are available to most school-aged children, teenagers, and young adults. I offer psychotherapeutic services to children, adolescents and young adults with social, emotional and behavioral challenges and a wide range of diagnostic issues including (but not limited to): Depression, ADHD, Anxiety Disorders, Issues related to Sexual Identity, Autism Spectrum Disorders, OCD, and Tourette's Syndrome. I use evidence-based treatments (including CBT) and incorporate various therapeutic styles in my work with children and families.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 947-4606
Seattle, Washington 98117
Northwest College Support Residential Transition, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“Northwest College Support exists to help young adults transitioning from treatment programs, wilderness programs, and leaving their home environment. We are a caring and supportive team of dedicated professionals helping young adults find their path to success in college, vocation, high school completetion and living independence. Based out of beautiful Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Northwest College Support provides a wide range of supportive services to help students meet their potential as they attend college. The range of services provided is widely variable based on each student's needs and goals. Our services include Individual Psychotherapy,Testing and Evaluations, Psychiatric Services Educational Coaching, Life Skills Training, Nutritional Education, Fitness Coaching, and Life Coaching Services. Other services may include Family Therapy and Parent Education. Our approach is based on a growth model that provides uniquely provides the appropriate amount of support. The amount of support provided decreases as each individual grows towards his or her potential.
Learning Disabilities
(877) 485-2776
We serve:
Seattle, Washington 98119
Ellen L Walker, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I have been in private practice in Bellingham since 1991 and have worked in the mental health field since 1986. A central part of my clinical practice involves providing evaluations to children, adolescents, and adults throughout western Washington. I have specialized in ADHD for over twenty years now and truly enjoy meeting and working with both adults and children who find themselves needing to be evaluated. My goal is to provide you and those working with you with clear and helpful answers to your evaluation questions and to do so at a reasonable cost.
Learning Disabilities
(360) 310-4657
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98101
Learning Disabilities
(206) 801-0535
Seattle, Washington 98112
Maureen Turner, PsyD - NW Family Psychology, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Dr. Maureen Turner, Psy.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist at NW Family Psychology who specializes in diagnostic evaluation of children. Dr. Turner earned her graduate degree at Stanford University and completed her doctoral training at Pepperdine University.
Learning Disabilities
(360) 692-3970
Seattle, Washington 98104
Monique Brown, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Sometimes feelings and behaviors become obstacles to accessing your strength. If you don't accept yourself as you are, you can't change--a paradox, but true. Self-acceptance can be difficult, especially with history of abuse, trauma, or opression in which shame/guilt become integral to your sense of self. Destructive behavior, in whatever form, has its own logic, but is understandable given your history. We cope in ways that serve to protect ourselves in childhood--serving a useful purpose back then. But now, they prevent you from having stable, close relationships and feeling an empowered sense of self.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 538-2876
Seattle, Washington 98103
Daniel Masler, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am an actively involved psychotherapist. I believe in developing a strongly collaborative relationship to help clients problem-solve issues. With mutual curiosity, we can explore meaningful ways to find relief and make lasting, positive changes. I do psychotherapy with children, teens, and adults in English and Spanish.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 406-2624
Seattle, Washington 98103
Andrei Dandescu, Counselor  in Seattle
“Over the past 17 years I have been working as a behavioral care provider with clients of diverse backgrounds, with a focus on providing therapeutic tools for effective management of behavioral, emotional, and relationship problems. I provide client-tailored care plans to support each client's personal goals and believe that strong rapport is essential to effective outcomes in any counseling work. My professional training and current clinical practice are congruent with bio-psycho-social and cognitive-behavioral psychological approaches, anchored in scientific research to foster measurable therapeutic changes for each client.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 557-3963
Seattle, Washington 98103
Robin Custer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW-A
“Is your past getting in the way of your right now? You made it through a really rough time. You did it! Why is it so hard to be happy now? The things you did to get through it don't work so well anymore. Just getting along today takes so much energy and you feel scared and exhausted. Even after you become an adult, traumatic events from your childhood can still hurt. With cutting edge techniques I help people heal, have better relationships, let go of fear and defensiveness, and learn how to love with confidence.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 504-3527
Seattle, Washington 98116
The Capable Child, Counselor  in Seattle
“Led by educational psychologist Michelle Proulx, M.Ed. NCSP, we're an educational consultancy that takes a holistic approach to understanding and addressing the academic and social emotional needs of children. Our process is encouraging, active, and goal oriented. We collaborate with families and teachers to coordinate services to support children in developing the skills they require to feel confident and capable.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 408-2720
Seattle, Washington 98119
Kristin Mueller, Counselor  in Seattle
“Children and adolescents deal with their own unique stresses and challenges at home, in school, and in their peer groups. They are always working to find a balance between their own individuals needs and desires and the needs of their parents, family members, teachers, and peers. As children and young adults learn to navigate stressful times successfully they can benefit from the support and security offered through a relationship with a safe and caring counselor.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 679-5236
Seattle, Washington 98126
Marta Miranda, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I enjoy working with individuals who are struggling to become more authentic and present in their lives. Often, they have been marginalized for being "different" from those around them, causing them to deny parts of themselves to "fit in." Many of my clients have experienced emotional, physical, and sexual traumas that caused deep wounds and profound losses. Most find their way to my office after years spent trying to ignore, numb, or avoid the inevitable pain associated with their psychological and emotional wounds. Some also seek my help after more recent disruptions in their lives, such as divorce, immigration, or moving to the Seattle area.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 512-8802
Seattle, Washington 98103
Frewin Hermer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I believe that you do not have to have it all figured out to move forward. Wherever you are, I will meet you there and help you to identify negative patterns or challenges, as well as strategies to learn and grow. I work with clients to help them rediscover their strengths and what they want their life to look like. I challenge clients in an emotionally safe environment to make changes that enable them to have more power and control over their lives. I work with Couples, Individuals and Teens.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 258-7745
Seattle, Washington 98103
Alice C Campbell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, fears, anger and rel'p problems?YOU ARE NOT ALONE! These are all examples of our response to the stress of today's world. Some people are dealing with everyday stressors and others bring traumatic experiences into the mix. When trauma collides with stress,life becomes challenging. Starting to address these issues is both rewarding and scary. With compassion/humor I work with each person at their starting point and on the issues they bring into the room. I see myself as the Sherpa who holds the lights and other tools to help make the path safe for you.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 200-0067
Seattle, Washington 98102
Danielle Goldberg-Hoss, Psychologist  in Seattle
“The following assumptions are central to my practice with individuals and families: Our reality is shaped by the stories we tell about ourselves. As we learn about our story, we are able to identify the ideas and practices that support our problems. We can begin to construct alternative stories and open up new possibilities for alternative outcomes. I believe that people are inherently resourceful, and may be at a temporary impasse, rather than "dysfunctional".
Learning Disabilities
(206) 201-2917
Seattle, Washington 98115
Nina Lane, Counselor  in Seattle
“Do you feel stuck? Are you sad or anxious? Are you having difficulty managing your relationships or experiencing self-esteem issues? My psychotherapy practice can help you rediscover and expand your personal strengths and self-knowledge in order to deal with the challenges in your life. I understand the courage it takes to make the first step into therapy and I focus on creating a safe environment for you to build towards a happier life. I have extensive training in issues related to loss and grief, identity, attachment, relationship issues, trauma and recovery from substance abuse.
Learning Disabilities
(206) 504-3014
Seattle, Washington 98101
Elissa Knight, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Changes and transitions in our lives can provide opportunities for growth and insight. My approach is tailored to each client's need- whether you have a specific goal or are simply in need of a supportive space. Everyone has inherent strength that can be drawn upon. Our work together will center around diminishing the struggles that you feel and increasing your enjoyment of life.
Learning Disabilities
(425) 629-9387
Seattle, Washington 98102
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