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Thinking Disorders Therapists in Seattle

Kimberly Castelo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“For therapy to be effective, it needs to be real, honest, compassionate, and focused on the client's goals. That is what you will find with me. Over the years, I have found a common thread among my clients: they long to feel safe, loved, and accepted by those around them. When those feelings are not met, life can seem overwhelming and depressing. Finding connections, learning skills, overcoming traumas, dealing with grief, helping your marriage thrive -- these can be great stepping stones in living life to the fullest. Together, we can find ways to achieve this goal.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 429-6253
Seattle, Washington 98109
Andrea Kunwald LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“Awareness is the first step towards change. Perhaps your awareness has triggered a need for improvements in your relationships or life satisfaction, reducing depression, anxiety, or family conflict, grieving a loss, finding clarity of the self? My great passion is to support people who have been or going through a stressful experience and accompany them in their healing process. I help my clients, who include children, adults and families, to find healthy perceptions of themselves and strengthen their relationships so they can know themselves as peaceful, complete, and whole.
Thinking Disorders
(702) 761-3336
Seattle, Washington 98199
Lindsey Hewes, Counselor  in Seattle
“I tailor my approach based on the needs of each individual client. For thirteen years, I have guided clients to explore their own personal goals, work with them to develop the necessary tools and effective coping skills, and support them through a journey towards positive change. I support my clients to become more aware of their own needs and therapeutic goals, enabling them to make their own choices to take control over their lives. I work with clients who are ready to explore their thoughts and feelings in a safe and nonjudgmental place.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-0893
Seattle, Washington 98104
Sara M. Baldwin, Counselor  in Seattle
“*Evening hours available* Do you feel overwhelmed? Do you want to make changes in your life but just can't seem to make them happen? Maybe you have no idea what is in your way. Maybe you have experienced some trauma or life experiences that have left you feeling stuck. I'd like to help you decrease the struggle. Whatever your situation, I'm confident we can work together on what is important to you. My approach is mindfulness based, which research has shown to be effective with a wide variety of issues like stress, anxiety and depression.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 456-4026
Seattle, Washington 98103
Benjamin Deu, Counselor  in Seattle
Counselor, MA, LMHC
“I am here to support you heal from painful wounds, improve communication, discover why you face the same challenges over and over, and open yourself to new and better experiences. Practicing full-time give me gives me the added benefit of having a breadth of experience to draw from in getting to core issues quicker. Part of what is unique to my work is that I work relationally. This means we think together about what is going on within your heart and soul and explore how these inner thoughts and feelings play a part in creating the life you have.
Thinking Disorders
(425) 954-7840
Seattle, Washington 98115
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.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 801-0612
Seattle, Washington 98103
Annmarie Stankovich, Counselor  in Seattle
“Find hope after tragedy or use your past as a source of strength for your future. My approach is holistic, encompassing the thoughts, emotions, physical health, nutrition, and relationships of the individual. This is a journey into wellness. You will have the opportunity to tap into your emotions, manage your symptoms, develop goals, & build skills for coping and resolving personal struggles. Together we will work on changing self-defeating thoughts and behaviors, which will result in making positive choices and changes. Living a fulfilling and rewarding life is the best gift you can give to yourself!
Thinking Disorders
(253) 237-2909
Seattle, Washington 98119
Ewa Lichnowska (Eva), Counselor  in Seattle
“My mission as a therapist is to help each client fulfill their emotional and social needs by building a unique therapeutic relationship based on empathy, understanding and trust. We all face challenges in our lives, whether due to loss of loved ones, family and work related stress or in our relationships with others. To meet these challenges, I provide an environment of emotional safety and respect, where you will be actively involved in clarifying your needs and goals and taking the insight and skills we develop together into your daily life.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 538-2871
Seattle, Washington 98103
Jack Fisher, PhD, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people experiencing problems with relationships(work or personal), mood (depression, anxiety, etc.), creativity, and self-esteem. I draw on a number of therapeutic approaches so the needs of a person can be individually met. I believe every person has a desire and an ability to heal and change. The outcomes of therapy depend significantly on decisions that are made and actions that are taken because of them.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-0392
Seattle, Washington 98102
Shannon McFarlin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Hello! I am a licensed psychotherapist with a collaborative and straightforward style of therapy. I bring kindness, compassion, and humor to the counseling process and work from a strengths-based perspective to help you identify what works well in your life and what might be interfering with your happiness, relationships, or feeling good about yourself.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1767
Seattle, Washington 98109
Robin D Custer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW-A
“Do you have trouble sleeping, getting out of bed, or leaving your house? Do you sometimes get that weepy, heart pounding, can't breathe feeling? Do you avoid places, thoughts, or people that remind you of earlier trauma or fears? Do certain smells, places, sounds, or experiences jolt you back to an unsafe time? Reach out. Help is just a phone call away. You CAN get unstuck, feel better, and experience joy again.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 504-3527
Seattle, Washington 98126
Leonora P Cabrera, Counselor  in Seattle
“"Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us." -David Richo. Finding a place that you can safely express pain, sorrow, vulnerability, shame, confusion, anger, etc, will allow you to work through the emotions, and come out learning how to manage this crazy place we call life.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-3502
Seattle, Washington 98107
Carolyn Powley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“As an interactive, solution focused therapist with over 20 years of experience, I am here for you. If you are going through a difficult time, feeling down or anxious, your relationships and life are not fulfilling and do not bring you happiness, it might be time to contact a professional. I offer support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. In a comfortable and supportive environment and with years of experience and a broad base of skills and knowledge, I want to help you in your current struggle.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 866-6295
Seattle, Washington 98107
Caron Harrang, LICSW, FIPA, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“I am a clinical social worker and IPA-certified psychoanalyst with a private practice in Seattle (Belltown). I have been in practice for over 34 years working with adolescents and adults. To assure complete privacy of our work together my services are offered on an out-of-network basis. I also offer individual and small group clinical consultation and supervision to colleagues new to the field and to those wishing to deepen their understanding of their work from a contemporary psychoanalytic perspective. I am an approved State of Washington supervisor for master's level therapists working toward licensure.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-4461
Seattle, Washington 98121
Jennifer Yost, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work well with clients who are seeking a holistic approach to address emotional, mental, and spiritual/energetic needs. The body-mind connection is integrated into individual sessions facilitated to your specific issue or life situation. Through counseling and/or Reiki, I work to assist you in finding or re-learning to trust your inner voice to help you more effectively deal with past trauma, or challenging family or social situations. I am highly intuitive, assisting you to clear what is blocking you energetically on emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual levels.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-4920
Seattle, Washington 98115
Bill Soderberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I work with individuals, couples and families to gain insight and to identify the underlying causes to challenges in their lives. I help people to figure out where they are currently at and to find solutions, while building on the strengths of the individual, couple and/or family. With my assistance, clients prioritize their needs and then set simple, realistic, and achievable goals. Clients draw on their experience and learn to appreciate the areas of their life where they are enjoying success. Clients gain the skills and tools needed to meet their goals.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 388-4168
Seattle, Washington 98109
Jennifer Lee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CMHS
“I use individual and family therapy to help children, adolescents and adults cope with the effects of trauma and transitions. Issues addressed include: healing from abuse, divorce, school difficulties, domestic violence, behavioral problems, anxiety, depression, self esteem, body image, support for coping with chronic illness and more. I work to provide my clients with a safe and comfortable space to talk as well as to provide them with tools to help get through difficult times and situations. I am experienced in working with clients from the LGBTQ community, as well as those in non-traditional family/relationship structures.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 343-1613
Seattle, Washington 98115
Ryan A Lewis, Counselor  in Seattle
“The decision to pursue psychotherapy and counseling services is an important and personal one. I offer a free 25-minute consultation appointment to help you decide if psychotherapy and the services I provide will meet your needs. This consultation appointment is an opportunity for me to learn about you, your concerns and your goals, and it's also a time for you to evaluate me as a therapist and to see if I will be a good fit for you.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 467-4080
Seattle, Washington 98104
Simon B Livingstone, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I am a psychiatrist who specializes in psychotherapy. I trained at the University of Washington Medical Center and gained experience in several modalities of psychotherapy. My area of expertise is psychodynamic psychotherapy, a form of talk therapy that is first and foremost based on developing a comfortable and collaborative therapeutic relationship. We then utilize this working relationship to explore the often unrecognized factors that are driving your unwanted symptoms, difficulties in relationships, or other sources of distress. Enhanced reflection and insight allow for a greater sense of purpose, improved self-reliance, deepening of important relationships, and alleviation of distress.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 538-2770
Seattle, Washington 98121
Ken Peer, Counselor  in Seattle
“I invite you to come and risk finding a different, more connected way of living. Together we will spend time looking at the specific issues that brought you into therapy, as well as explore the nature of your relationships with important people in your life. We will consider together how your way of relating with yourself and others impacts your life and the relationships around you. I believe that we are all looking for our true selves--who we are at our deepest, most profound "self"--and I look forward to beginning that journey with you.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1480
Seattle, Washington 98109

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