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Therapists in Spokane

Sarah J Parker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Sarah Parker is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in Spokane, Washington, specializing in working with individuals, couples and families. She has been working in the counseling field since 2007. Sarah works with many diagnoses, as well as relationship and family issues. She enjoys counseling children over the age of 6, as well as adolescents and adults. Sarah feels the best approach to healing and health is thru listening to the client, as they are the professional of their own lives. She utilizes proven methods of therapy to help the client be successful and implement the change they desire.
(509) 774-3848
Spokane, Washington 99202
Polly Thosath Carlson, Counselor  in Spokane
“I strive to provide a place where you can experience and explore deeper aspects of your being, places that may feel chaotic, lonely, or just plain scary. Learning to listen to your own inner chatter provides a window into your ultimate intentions and an opportunity to correct your life course.
(509) 822-6834
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
(509) 761-3526
Spokane, Washington 99218
Joan Broeckling, Counselor  in Spokane
“Whatever problem or situation brings you to therapy, you are so much more than your problems. I see my client as a whole person capable of healthy relationships, growth and achieving personal goals and dreams. Together we work on strengthening hope and trust, building deeper understanding of feelings/needs, reframing patterns of thought and belief that are no longer life-serving and developing and applying strong interpersonal skills in your daily life. In addition to ongoing therapy, I also offer two-three session "personal tune-ups" focusing on topics such as decision making, couple's relationships, transitions and spiritual discovery.
(509) 774-5832
Spokane, Washington 99202
Lynne E Bolton, Counselor  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MEd, CMHS, LMHC, NCC
“Are you feeling overwhelmed in your life? Do you have a child or teenager that you feel is out-of-control? Are you feeling frustrated as a parent? Are you a teenager or adult feeling out-of-control or struggling with depression or anxiety thinking life is never going to be the way you want it to be? In a warm, caring environment, we can look at the challenges you are facing, identify possible solutions, and journey together to help you heal and move closer toward achieving your goals.
(509) 789-0489
Spokane, Washington 99201
“I enjoy listening and strive to understand as much as possible about one's life, situation and goals. I believe that it's helpful to focus on ones strengths rather than look at the problem all the time; to recognize ones self-worth and potential. Often a Counselors duty is to help put things in perspective and help re-direct the individual in the right direction for positive change. I take a very down to earth approach, making things very simple and straight forward to understand and strive to provide clear insight and tools to empower by either taking a secular or chrisitan approach.
(509) 769-3411
Spokane, Washington 99203
Spokane Therapist, Counselor  in Spokane
“We all have our challenges in life and sometimes we need a little bit (or a lot) of help to get through. You are not alone, I can help. Therapy can take on a wide variety of forms depending on each client's individual needs and preferences. My job as a therapist is to create a safe, nonjudgmental environment in which to facilitate change and help you reach your goals.
(509) 331-5279
Spokane, Washington 99205
“We welcome any person who seeks to experience a satisfying, healthy life and relationships. Sometimes life events are overwhelming...sadness, anxiety, trauma or conflict seem to take over life. We can help. Individuals, families couples, teens, children are all welcome here, with counselors on staff who will treat you and your loved ones with compassion and competence!We are a healing place! We provide expertise in dealing with a broad array of concerns, including grief and loss, relationships, depression, anxiety, trauma, and more...
(509) 631-9472 x110
Spokane, Washington 99202
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
Fay Cadwallader, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Life is messy! Whether with family, friends, significant others, co-workers or kids, messy relationships cause tremendous hurt and pain. It can be hard to see clearly and we may have trouble finding our way. That is why I am provide a safe place as you explore and figure out your path. By being compassionate and non-judgmental, I will hold your hand as you navigate through the mess to find your happiness.
(509) 774-5750
Spokane, Washington 99201
Rachel Baker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CDP
“We all struggle in different areas of our lives from time to time. Luckily, we don't have to struggle alone. I offer a safe, nonjudgemental place for you to explore the struggles in your life, set goals and move closer to living a happy & healthy life. Sometimes, substance use further impedes our ability to live the life we desire. Together we can explore ways in which substance use may be complicating your life.
(509) 774-2945
Spokane, Washington 99201
Amanda Kern, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
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
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
Eunice Wen-Hui Huang, Counselor  in Spokane
“Are you looking for joy, inner peace, relief, healing? When you're suffering - from depression, loss, failing relationships, an unfulfilling job, anxiety, or any hardships in life - the journey can be lonely, scary, and painful. You might be asking yourself: Why am I always on edge? How do I talk about my fears or emptiness? Where do I even start? In these times of pain, fear, and darkness, I want to help you. There is always hope. We work as a team together to overcome these obstacles and find love, joy and peace that lies within us all!
(509) 990-9279
Spokane, Washington 99201
James Pattee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
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
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
Charmed Counseling, Counselor  in Spokane
“Are you in search of a counselor that is nonjudgmental, non-confrontational and non-adversarial? I believe it is very important to be in charge of your therapy goals, while still having that person in your corner holding you accountable to your commitments. I will also be an encouraging force towards areas that may be beneficial for your therapeutic journey. Along with seeing individuals for mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and personality disorders I specialize in working with individuals struggling with chemical dependency or abuse. Other issues that counseling may address include negative self image, eating disorders, PTSD, attachment disorder, and abuse trauma.
(509) 293-5204
Spokane, Washington 99207
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
Patricia Sittser, Counselor  in Spokane
“I would like to work with you to develop a stategy to address your unique situation and needs. I am a Registered Nurse as well as a Therapist. I work with individuals and couples that come to counseling for many reasons. Some of the most common reasons are depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship issues, and trauma, including childhood sexual abuse.
(509) 467-1156
Spokane, Washington 99218
Excelsior Youth Center, Treatment Facility  in Spokane
“Excelsior Youth Center is a nonprofit, private agency, located in north Spokane, Washington. For over 30 years we have provided comprehensive behavioral health services (mental health & substance use services) to youth (males and females ages 10-21) and their families through several programs, both inpatient and outpatient. In an effort to serve the whole person, not just a presenting problem, we provide a holistic approach offering specialized services to all individuals, regardless of the program. Multidisciplinary and dual-licensed teams across all programs are combined weekly to consult and ensure they are providing the best possible psychiatric, mental health and substance use services. Individuals experiencing co-occurring issues (any combination of two or more mental health and substance use issues) will find specialists in many fields are available in all programs. Excelsior Youth Center maintains a 55,000 square foot facility and a thirty-four acre site with several outdoor courtyards, sports fields, gardens, recreation courts, swimming pool, gymnasium, hiking trails and more. An onsite medical department and fully accredited Junior and Senior High School ensure the medical and educational needs of residents are met. Please visit our website to learn more about our programs and services.
(509) 740-3561
Spokane, Washington 99208
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