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Therapists in Spokane

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Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT, Intern
“I see clients with a wide variety of concerns. I base my treatment methods on individual and age appropriate needs that are centered around Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
(509) 587-3432
Spokane, Washington 99251
James Pattee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spokane
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LMHC
“Seeking assistance for personal growth, marriage/relationship concerns or family difficulties can be a difficult decision. I understand those situations and work hard to honor your dignity and serve you with compassion. For over thirty years I have served the community after receiving a Masters of Counseling Psychology degree from Gonzaga University in 1981. I am dually licensed as a Mental Health Counselor and Marriage and Family Therapist and am also a Child Mental Health Specialist. I am Nationally Certified and a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists. Evening and some Saturday appointments are available.
(509) 850-0969
Spokane, Washington 99218
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MDiv, MSW
“With 17 years of experience, I offer clients an integrative approach to psychotherapy that allows for in-depth work while at the same time being pragmatic and focused. You will have the opportunity to work on changes within yourself in an environment that is safe and attentive. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process of personal growth that can help you work through situational problems and change long-standing patterns.
(509) 465-2300
Spokane, Washington 99204
Mary J Caruso, Counselor  in Spokane
“I am a Licensed Mental Health therapist and have had my own private practice for 14 years. I have worked with children, adolescents and families for 20 years. I received my Masters in Mental Health Counseling from Gonzaga University and I utilize cognitive behavioral therapy, family systems, and art/ sand tray therapy for children. I see therapy as creating a safe atmosphere to explore awareness and affirm the unique gifts of individuals toward healing and wholeness. Visit my website at www.marycaruso.com
(509) 761-3526
Spokane, Washington 99218
Michael Chessar, Counselor  in Spokane
“You deserve to live a full enriching life. Here you have the opportunity to be heard in a safe confidential setting. Here you can gain confidence, effectiveness and self expression in relationships and area's of life important to you, Don't let anxiety, depression or the past stop you. I enjoy and appreciate working with Individuals, Couples and Families on their journey. Try a FREE TELEPHONE CONSULTATION.
(509) 774-3994
Spokane, Washington 99205
“I work with individuals and couples in a collaborative style to identify the issues interfering with the pursuit of their goals and strategize ways to make effective change in their lives. I strive to find the strengths people have developed during their lives and build on those in a creative way. My theoretical orientation is primarily social-cognitive-behavioral and believe the primary goal of therapy is to establish an effective relationship with my client. I have experience in marital/couple work and draw on the work of John Gottman and Dan Wile.
(509) 720-7919
Spokane, Washington 99201
Christine G Alexanian, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, LICSW
“I am client-centered & appreciate a holistic view of each client (body, mind, spirit). My focus is traditional "talk therapy" with a strengths perspective that allows for clients' insight, and I use wisdom garnered from training in Native American spirituality, a study and practice of yoga, and Christianity. Some of my specialties are: depression, grief & loss, anxiety, self-esteem, relationship and workplace issues, the GLBTQ community, and life transitions.
(208) 214-4331
Spokane, Washington 99202
Michael Kuffel, Counselor  in Spokane
“Are you looking for a compassionate, authentic and skilled professional counselor who is dedicated to providing effective mental health care and empathetic support? My name is Michael Kuffel and I am a mental health counselor. I provide professional counseling services for individuals and couples. I specialize in working with personal, relational and sexuality issues that are negatively influenced by other mental health concerns.
(509) 594-4413
Spokane, Washington 99201
Allison MacKay, Counselor  in Spokane
“I work with clients coping with self-esteem issues, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, anger issues, as well as other major mental health issues. I am eclectic in my approach, utilizing both directive and non-directive counseling techniques to best fit your needs. I enjoy working with children, families, and adults alikeI am very active in session, as I believe the therapist and client are in essence working as a collaborative team. I am here to help you in the realization that each person has the ability and skills necessary to achieve personal growth in their lives.
(509) 209-9486
Spokane, Washington 99201
Stacie J Webb, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I understand that seeking out a therapist can be a difficult and sometimes overwhelming task and I congratulate you on taking the first steps. I believe that the perfect formula for healing and change is a place where compassion, safety and connection are present. This is what I strive to offer my clients. I recognize that each person is a unique individual and I take this into consideration when discussing needs, goals and interventions. My commitment to you is to provide creative, compassionate and effective therapy
(509) 878-3121
Spokane, Washington 99218
Janie L. Rumberger, Counselor  in Spokane
“Life is tough, there are no easy answers! Fortunately we are not meant to walk this path alone. Reach out! There is someone who will make a difference. When we have someone to talk to and trust, someone who really cares, "companioning" us through painful and challenging times, life becomes more manageable. Hope, joy and peace can and will return for you. My hope is that I am that person. My training and personality enable me to focus on you, your issues and our relationship, which enhances your therapeutic success! A counselor for 13 years, teacher since 1979.
(509) 428-2289
Spokane, Washington 99201
Robert Espiau, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spokane
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MFTA, LMHCA, NCAC, CDP
“I have over 23 years experience, and specialize in helping with severe trauma, sexual addictions, nightmares, panic attacks, anxiety, Combat related PTSD, sexual abuse, and depression in all forms. I also work with time loss; Dissociative identity disorder (previously known as multiple personality disorder), and issues related to religious abuse. I have a strong background in cross cultural psychology, having lived and studied the nature of consciousness as a monastic for six years and as well as within other cultures; this has given me a diverse and complex perspective on life and people.
(805) 706-8695
Spokane, Washington 99207
Amanda Kern, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, ICACDC
“It is my single goal to help you succeed in overcoming the challenges you are facing. I have a significant amount of education and training in mental health and substance use to utilize in your treatment. Additionally I specialize in trauma issues, anxiety, depression, adoption, and substance use concerns/issues. I have been certified in EMDR therapy. I am dedicated to working with you as a partner, achieving a positive resolution and change. Treatment is strength based, designed to support hope, resilience, and recovery. Please call today... I want to help.
(509) 240-8708
Spokane, Washington 99201
A Deeper Look Therapy, Counselor  in Spokane
“I want to work with you if you are motivated to be more present in your relationships, life, and feelings. I work with individuals, couples, and parents. I am honest and directive in session, and very easy to relate to. I tend to work with clients who believe in the process of therapy and are clever and hardworking people. I also have a special focus in working with parents to navigate the complexity of teenagers, emotions, and communication issues. I have a dual masters degree in nutrition, and when appropriate integrate my training as a dietitian into sessions.
(206) 535-1384
Spokane, Washington 99202
Wendy Biondi Counseling, Counselor  in Spokane
“I have over 15 years of experience and extensive training working with children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. My specialties include treating anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship conflict, marriage/relationship counseling, parenting challenges, divorce collaboration and issues of sexual identity/ orientation. I offer individual therapy and counseling for traditional and non-traditional families and couples, including military members and their families. I incorporate a variety of strength-based techniques to facilitate self-awareness and promote personal healing, growth and transformation. I will help you aspire to regain control of your life and re-establish the balance you strive for.
(509) 494-8802
Spokane, Washington 99202
Diane C. Thompson, Counselor  in Spokane
“Do you feel your life could be happier? It is possible to achieve happier relationships with your spouse, significant other, family, co-workers, friends, etc. I can assist you with many of life's challenges - trauma, anxiety and depression, parenting, adoption support, relationships, behavioral concerns, grief and loss, and more.
(509) 774-5005
Spokane, Washington 99201
Cortney Rasley, Counselor  in Spokane
“Whether you struggle with depression or anxiety, have experienced abuse or other traumas, want help with marital issues or other relationships, have difficulties with family dynamics or parenting, or just need a sounding board and safe place to manage other life struggles; my desire is to help you improve your emotional well-being and overall quality of life. I believe that all people deserve to feel safety, security, love, hope, and a sense of belonging; no matter what they have endured. I have a passion for working with children, adolescents, adults, families and married couples.
(509) 209-9486
Spokane, Washington 99201
Curtis Mulder, Counselor  in Spokane
“Are you feeling down? Have you noticed yourself being irritable or anxious for reasons you can't fully explain? You might be like most of my clients - a normally well adjusted, intelligent person, struggling with anxiety or depression. For people like you, counseling really works. If you try counseling, you will know if its working within the first 3-5 sessions. Some people need just a handful of sessions to get back to their old selves, others choose to stay involved to deepen their growth. Whichever you choose is up to you, but taking the first step is most important.
(509) 731-4967
Spokane, Washington 99218
Kym LeAnn Miller, Counselor  in Spokane
“Do you struggle with feelings of worthlessness or insignificance that make you feel 'invisible' at times? Or maybe you just know that something has to 'give' before your kids, parents, significant other, job, school -- you name it -- drive you insane! My calling and commitment to you as a counselor is to hear you, SEE you, and walk with you through whatever difficulties you may be facing. You don't have to suffer alone or 'figure it out' on your own anymore ... help is just a phone call away.
(509) 295-6217 x254
Spokane, Washington 99201
Kelsey Spradlin, Counselor  in Spokane
“Whether you are having your first therapeutic experience or have been involved with the counseling world previously; it is important to find the right person to share this experience with. I am currently working with children, adolescents, adults and families with various mental health concerns. Some of my areas of specialization include trauma and abuse, anxiety, depression, grief/loss as well as parent support/education. I am also state trained in Parent Child Interaction Therapy. PCIT is a therapeutic approach for children ages 2-7 and their caregiver with both behavioral and/or relationship struggles within the home.
(509) 774-5716
Spokane, Washington 99205
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