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Thinking Disorders Therapists in Seattle

Avalon Center, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“My specialty is working with the person who has addiction and mental health problems. If you continuously relapse and can't stay sober and clean that means there are other underlying problems. This can mean anxiety, mood disorders, learning problems and ADHD. I can evaluate for these using DNA testing, neurotransmitter testing, and gathering history together to make sense of the puzzle. Treatment can consist of medications, supplements, group and individual therapy. Coping Skills4Life groups are an introduction to learning to use coping skills to balance mood, relationships, coping with distress.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 455-7302
Seattle, Washington 98136
Gordon C Greaves, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, LMFTA
“Hello my name is Gordon and I am a Marriage and Family therapist who works with people involved in interpersonal relationships. I am trained to work with individuals, couples, and families in order to achieve a more satisfying personal life and to strengthen interpersonal relationships. I have direct experience working with children, adolescents, couples, and families. I specialize in working children with special needs, as well as couples with or without children. If you are looking for someone to assist you with overcoming challenges that you are facing in life please give me a call.
Thinking Disorders
(425) 247-1217
Seattle, Washington 98122
Krista Law, Counselor  in Seattle
“Whether you are suffering from stress or sadness, anxiety or anger, confusion or criticism, talking about it helps. There's a reason why therapy is commonly called the talking cure. Just the process of putting words to what you're feeling is healing. And yet, finding someone in your life trustworthy and kind enough to share your feelings with is challenging for most people. I am a well-trained, licensed therapist who offers kindness in a context that insists on confidentiality which offers a safe environment to begin the work of healing and transformation through the process of talking.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1461
Seattle, Washington 98115
Samantha Slaughter, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I provide assessments and evaluations for adults (18+) in a variety of domains. These include learning disability, memory, AD/HD, employer-based evaluations (e.g. risk of violence, fitness for duty, security, pre-employment), and diagnostic clarification. I also provide evaluations related to forensic (legal) issues, such as mental health evaluations related to divorce and custody. Note: This does not include Parenting Evaluations.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 504-3956
Seattle, Washington 98103
Nicole Grace DiBacco, Counselor  in Seattle
“We all struggle in life at one point or another. However, reaching out for support takes a lot of courage and strength. For this reason, it is my goal to provide a safe, accepting, non-judgmental environment where you can openly explore these struggles and receive the support and guidance you need. Many times our past experiences have left us with wounds that become aggravated, causing difficulites in our relationships and daily lives. Together, we will reflect upon your emotional states and sources of distress to gain deeper awareness and skills for change, relief and healing in these areas.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 965-9121
Seattle, Washington 98104
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.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 679-5236
Seattle, Washington 98126
Susan Nelson, Counselor  in Seattle
“Therapy provides an opportunity to get to the root cause of whatever is getting in the way of your achieving satisfaction in your life. It is in that deeper place where lasting change is possible. I believe effective therapy is client directed and compassionate. It must also be done through the unfolding of a therapeutic relationship where safety, insight, vulnerability and playfulness are encouraged and supported. Through my years of experience treating mild to severe problems including anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship, parenting and transitional issues, I have become good at helping to focus this process and achieve results.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 618-5811
Seattle, Washington 98103
Lynn Buell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSSW
“Sometimes, due to painful life experiences, a person is knocked off track in his or her development. Unconscious factors create patterns of behavior that limit one's ability to experience happiness and freedom in areas of relationships, work, and leisure. Our work together will produce breakthroughs in the limits you knowingly or unknowingly impose on yourself based on past experiences. I am profoundly moved and humbled when I am a part of this process.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 200-9303
Seattle, Washington 98102
Paul Heiman, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am a licensed psychotherapist with an office in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. I have a masters in counseling psychology from Regis University in Denver and over 10 years of professional experience. I specialize in treating depression, anxiety, LGBTQ and ADHD issues. I work with couples, individuals, and parents and their children. I draw on a number of schools of thinking, including existential, interpersonal, client-centered, cognitive and humanistic. Put simply, I see my job as helping my clients gain access to resources they already have within them - so they can grow into the people they want to be.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 745-9433
Seattle, Washington 98102
Jarred Lathrop, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHCA, MHP, CMHS
“Welcome everyone! I work with youth, individuals, couples and families. My areas of specialty include Depression, Anxiety, Current or Past Abuse, Gender Identity Issues, Internalized Oppression (of all forms), Substance Abuse and overall lapses in happiness. Sitting with you I am attuned to how sensitive our social identities contribute to how we feel. I believe we all have a story to tell which is unique and personal. It is my role to bring Hope, Compassion, Respect & Knowledge to our time together.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 656-0691
Seattle, Washington 98122
Steven Kubacki, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I have been providing psychotherapy and consulting services since 1993 for adults, adolescents, children, couples, and families. My practice is quite diverse and involves the following services: (1) Treatment of PTSD, trauma, bereavement, relationship issues, depression, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, borderline disorder, ADHD, bipolar, conduct disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and Aspergerís. (2) Treatment of chronic pain, quality of life issues, and psychology problems due to debilitating or acute illnesses, such as cancer and auto-immune diseases. (3) Personal growth, spiritual development, and wellness counseling. (4) Sports psychology to improve performance and motivation. (5) Cognitive, personality, learning, and pre-surgical assessments.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 922-8133
Seattle, Washington 98115
Sierra L Swing, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My goal is to work in collaboration with you in therapy so that you can achieve your goals and work through any challenge that you may be facing. I strive to provide a safe and empathic environment where you can receive support, reflection, feedback, and empowerment, as well as be challenged with regard to both current and long-standing behavior patterns and difficulties. While this process can often be daunting, it can also be extremely vitalizing. My hope is that therapy will help you feel more self-confident, hopeful, and self-aware.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 922-8602
Seattle, Washington 98126
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
Collin Mcfadden, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work well with patients suffering from symptoms that they feel no one has the capability to treat. Many of my patients come to me after they have been to other therapists and have not found relief. My patients come to me for a psychotherapeutic experience different from the usual. The patients who are a good fit for my services are sensitive, intuitive, creative, and have had difficulty reconciling their personality with their personal experiences and the world around them. I am especially skilled at working with teens and young adults.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1431
Seattle, Washington 98109
Jamie M Slaughter, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“I work with couples and individuals to improve the quality of their relationships, experience relief from anxiety or depression, or move toward healing the pain and suffering lingering from abuse or another traumatic experience. I help clients gain the clarity and compassion they need to become empowered to change and live more authentic and satisfying lives.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 855-6652
Seattle, Washington 98103
Wai Wong-Miller, Counselor  in Seattle
“I specialize in relationship issues, trauma/abuse/PTSD, addiction issues/chemical dependency recovery support, and mood disorders. I assist clients in developing adaptive ways to connect with themselves and with others. My style is interactive and engaging in listening, providing feedback and perspectives, and supportive. We will collaborate and explore ways to work on your concerns. I use a variety of approaches that are individualized to address your needs and to facilitate your innate ability for insight, healing, and growth. The resulting changes you choose to make will be authentic and sustainable.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 569-8904
Seattle, Washington 98103
Carl Allen Tippins, Counselor  in Seattle
“We work with the issues that you are currently experiencing, noticing the internal roots of conflict, and finding ways to make meaningful and purposeful shifts or changes in your life. You may be experiencing difficulties from depression, divorce or relationship endings, truama, abuse, addictions, or life changes and wanting to find a way to understand and change - yourself. I have 30 years direct experience working with couples, women, and men- in groups or in private therapy sessions. Psychotherapy is meant to be for you.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 214-9352
Seattle, Washington 98109
Nancy Goldov, Psychologist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PsyD, LCP, BC-DMT
“I am a licensed psychologist and dance/movement therapist in Seattle who has been providing mental health services to individuals, families, couples, and groups for over 18 years. I have experience treating people with a range of difficulties and emotional pain, including anxiety, depression, grief, stress, loss, insomnia, relationship difficulties, loss of cognitive abilities due to dementia, and trauma. My ways of working include talk therapy, dance/movement therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Research on therapy successes has found the average person undergoing psychotherapy is better off than 80% of people who need therapy but don't.
Thinking Disorders
(206) 535-1986
Seattle, Washington 98105
“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.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 214-9097
Seattle, Washington 98102
Christopher Stevens, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am committed to helping people live happier, more satisfying lives. I know that relationship and work difficulties, anxiety, depression and cultural issues can make it harder to live the life you want. I have a flexible style and work collaboratively, taking into account your family and personal history, racial/cultural background, religious/spiritual life, sexual orientation, and other identities. Together we will figure out what approach will work best for you. If you have questions after looking over my profile and website about whether I am the right therapist for you, I offer 20-minute free phone consultations.
Thinking Disorders
(253) 235-0240
Seattle, Washington 98103

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