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Suicidal Ideation Therapists in Seattle

Fredric Matteson, Counselor  in Seattle
“For 25 years I worked with over 16,000 suicidal patients on the mental health unit of St. Francis Hospital with my office partner, Dr. Sunida Bintasan, Adolescent/Child Psychiatrist (who also works with adults). From observing their common patterns, I created an educational program (for persons with issues of deep despair, hopelessness, depression, recurrent suicidal thinking) called Contextual-Conceptual Therapy (CCT). Combining expressive arts techniques, education, and therapy using "maps, models, & metaphors", it helps clients discover the roots of their suicidal thinking/ deep despair to develop healthier relationships with themselves/ others, and develop tools for on-going self-care.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 550-3961
Seattle, Washington 98104
Jenell Effinger, PhD - NW Family Psychology, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Jenell Effinger, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist in Washington State, receiving her PhD from Seattle Pacific University. Dr. Effinger specializes in counseling and testing for adolescents and adults presenting with impulse control, mood regulation, substance abuse, depression, suicide risk, and oppositional defiant challenges.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 866-2542
Seattle, Washington 98104
Amy S Davis, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Whether you are feeling stuck, struggling to find meaning in your life, or undergoing transition or loss, I understand what you may be going through, and I can help. I see my role as a fellow traveler along life's path, not the expert on your life. Therapy works best when there is gentle confrontation in an atmosphere of trust and compassion. I see my role in helping you make more satisfying life choices. I believe it is the relationship between us that ultimately allows for growth and healing,
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 455-7188
Seattle, Washington 98115
Erin Byrnes, Counselor  in Seattle
Counselor, MEd, LMHC
“Counseling is an effective way to get the extra support and guidance you need to regain balance or find clarity when you are faced with challenges that threaten your well-being. I help my clients deepen their understanding of themselves and their unique strengths, and cultivate their innate capacities for healing. Some of the focus areas of my practice are family changes, life transitions, grief/loss, and self-discovery/identity development.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 496-0261
Seattle, Washington 98102
Jessica M Leith, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, MedFT
“I am competent to work with youth, individuals, couples, and families struggling from a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety, parenting, women's health, self harm, suicidal tendencies, couple and family distress. These can manifest as ambivalence, low energy, increased/decreased sleep, low self esteem, isolation, overall dissatisfaction in life, irritability, poor job/school performance, behavioral issues, symptoms of physical illness,conflict in interpersonal relationships, and maladaptive communication patterns. I also enjoy helping individuals, couples, and families navigate through difficult life transitions whether this is marriage, child rearing, retirement, divorce, or death.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 981-5338
Seattle, Washington 98119
Devon Haynes, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am a Somatic Psychotherapist who works with adolescents, adults, and couples. I provide a consistent client-centered environment. I work hard to see clients in their intersecting identities and experiences; this includes clients' unique selves, family histories, cultural identities, and experiences with power and privilege. I look for coping strategies that may or not be outdated, rather than pathology. I seek to listen well, to learn who you are, and collaborate with you to find what it is that you most need.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 557-6125
Seattle, Washington 98121
Susanne Drisko, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MHP, CMHS
“Are you looking for support around making changes in your life or gaining some personal insight? Or are you interested in improving your general sense of wellbeing? Maybe you have run in to barriers to acheiving goals in some area of your life such as your health, or relationships? Or perhaps you just feel stuck. If so, I can help. We all experience struggle at times. Entering therapy can be the first step in a process of gaining better understanding of yourself and the thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors that may be preventing you from living the life that you want to live.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 819-3258
Seattle, Washington 98119
Sara Muckler, Counselor  in Seattle
“I offer counseling out of my West Seattle office to teens/adolescents and adults for a wide variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, grief and loss. I believe that everyone has an innate ability for self-understanding and for altering their self-concepts, basic attitudes, and self-directed behavior. As your therapist it is my intent to create a safe space for you to tap into your inner wisdom. I do this through unconditional empathy, listening and understanding of where you are at in the moment.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 745-6228
Seattle, Washington 98126
Kaelyn Langer Mendonca, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Are you feeling anxious, sad, confused, and/or overwhelmed? Have you lost a sense of joy in your life and feel hopeless about your future? My goal as a therapist is to support you in finding joy, hope, and healing through understanding and acceptance. I have been involved in mental health treatment for almost ten years, using supportive, client-centered therapy coupled with mindfulness and spiritual psychology. I enjoy working with adolescents and young adults supporting their transition into college and/or the work force
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 981-3255
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jenn Frechette, Counselor  in Seattle
“One of the most difficult steps to take in beginning therapy is making the first call or sending the first email to a potential therapist. You've probably already done a lot of work on your own trying to address your problems or even just shake a bad feeling with little or no luck. Having done my own personal work, I too have felt the pain and frustration of tough times such as these. My hope for you in visiting my site today is that those first steps are made easier.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 504-2355
Seattle, Washington 98119
Allison Norris, Counselor  in Seattle
“Finding the right counselor can be tricky, that's what I offer a free consultation to see if we would make a good fit. You are the expert on you, and I'm here to help you get where you want to be in the different aspects of life. I treat individuals (teens and adults) and couples with a wide range of concerns including anxiety, anger, relationship troubles, depression, and self esteem. I work to establish a place and a relationship between us to explore your most personal challenges openly and truthfully.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 735-4893
Seattle, Washington 98115
Anil Coumar, Counselor  in Seattle
“My passion is to help you identify and remove the root cause of your psychological suffering by getting a clearer understanding of how the mind works. We will do this by using a combination of mindfulness based approaches and a process called Inquiry. Mindful Inquiry is a very direct, simple way to peace.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 745-4360
Seattle, Washington 98115
“The people I work with are seeking personal growth and adult development. They are open to expand their participation in life and their capacity to be aware, present, joyful and creative. They come because they see that aspects of their lives are not working as well as they would like and joy, peace or fulfillment are missing in parts of their lives. I work with people with many different symptoms, conditions or problems and I see these as opportunities for growth and development rather than something wrong that needs to be fixed. I do NOT offer med evaluations or prescription.
Suicidal Ideation
(253) 214-9097
Seattle, Washington 98102
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.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 922-4475
Seattle, Washington 98103
Lori Spears, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hello and welcome. I provide relationship and mental health psychotherapy services for individuals, couples, parents and their child/ teen.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 200-8763
Seattle, Washington 98136
Joe Sawyer, Counselor  in Seattle
“We are created, live, and change within relationship. It is in relationship that we experience love and comfort, as well as pain and confusion. It is often this pain and confusion that leads people to seek therapy. In therapy, you experience a relationship that is centered on your growth and well being, providing a context for both exploration and experience. My goal in therapy is to help you live a more full and healthy life, both in relationship to others and to your self.
Suicidal Ideation
(509) 293-4093
Seattle, Washington 98103
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.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 538-2906
Seattle, Washington 98101
Meg McLaughlin, Counselor  in Seattle
“Sometimes life's challenges become overwhelming and you may find it difficult to cope or to move forward. When this happens, these challenges/problems may dominate your life. Often social and family pressures help to keep the problem in control, too. I will work in partnership with you to identify ways these problems have affected your life-and strategize ways to help you regain control over your life. We will work collaboratively examining the challenges/problems particularly looking to uncover life experiences that contradict these problems-contradictions that may provide ways for you to take back control of your life.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 455-9691
Seattle, Washington 98103
Patrick Dougherty, Counselor  in Seattle
“My goal is to help you know yourself better, by engendering the growth of your awareness of personal choices you have not yet considered. I look forward to meeting you to explore us as a team to move you from stagnation to thriving. Increasingly in my practice, I have found a knack for addressing extremely "dark" emotional experiences, such as traumas, dysfunctional relationships, losses, and confrontations with pain, fear, or doubt. If focusing on this material, I may be able to help you understand the wisdom behind the dark parts of your history.
Suicidal Ideation
(360) 358-5679
Seattle, Washington 98102
Stefani L Shaffer, Counselor  in Seattle
“Relationships deeply form us and often, the roots of our unrest are discovered in how we relate to ourselves and others. Within the therapeutic relationship I will seek to develop a relationship that unfolds the ways you relate to yourself and other The hope is for us to be open, real and vulnerable to the effects that humans have on us, including the human that is sitting across from us. Relational psychotherapy offers presence rather than analysis, empathy rather than sympathy, and the face of another human being, rather than the face of a detached professional.
Suicidal Ideation
(206) 801-0612
Seattle, Washington 98103
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Suicidal Ideation Therapists
If you have suicidal thoughts and you're in Seattle, please call a Seattle Therapists from the list above or, simply call this number 1-800-273-8255 to chat to someone now.

Suicide is a tragic event with strong emotional repercussions for its survivors. Especially for parents of suicide victims, since so many suicides occur amongst young people and teenagers.

Learn more here about teenage suicide and suicide in general. Or contact a Therapist in Seattle who can help with counseling you or a family member or loved one who may have suicidal thoughts or suffer from suicidal ideation -or you just plain fear may take their life.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Seattle have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Seattle you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Seattle and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Seattle or family therapy in Seattle.