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Therapists in Spokane

Janice E LaFountaine, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I work with individuals, couples, and families. I also specialize in working with those who suffer from PTSD, complex trauma, including emotional difficulties from severe auto accidents. I use a collaborative approach when working with people. I believe that therapy is a place to come when you want someone to walk with you through difficulties or unexpected stress. You don't have to traverse the heartbreaks and hardships alone. I am here to support you and cheer you on to happier days. I am working full time in private practice, Mon-Fri: 9:00-5:30.
(509) 293-6806
Spokane, Washington 99203
Edward Smith Hinson, Counselor  in Spokane
“. My hope is that the person will be motivated and willing to try to be open about his concerns and goals in therapy.The client is the authority about his needs and hopes. If we can work together I believe we can achieve the goals we agree upon as we come to know each other. I am experienced with interpersonal conflict .I've worked with couples, families, organizations, and friends in resolving relationship issues. I believe attachment issues and trauma influence our sense of ourselves. In working with trauma I use both attachment based methods and EMDR, as well as, body based awareness and mindfulness.
(509) 761-3133
Spokane, Washington 99204
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, NCC, LMHC, CMHS, RRT
“Offering professional consulting and mental health counseling services to children, adolescents, adults, couples & families. My therapeutic approach is founded on building a strong therapeutic alliance, drawing on integrated techniques and relying on Existential, Adlerian, Gestalt, Experiential and Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) interventions. Identifying existential meaning (what matters most) is the key to creating relevant therapeutic goals, and success in counseling is achieved through a combination of greater awareness, increasing emotional understanding and making active choices to develop mastery (consistently setting and reaching relevant goals) over compensation (seeking distraction/avoidance, stagnation).
(509) 779-2838
Spokane, Washington 99202
John Powell Baumann, Counselor  in Spokane
“I am a licensed mental health counselor with twenty-five years of experience of professional practice in Spokane. Specialty areas in my practice include treatment of mood disorders and anxiety, problems of children and adolescents, difficult adjustments and bereavement, and chemical dependency or other addictive behaviors. My methods draw from several sources, including solution focused therapies, cognitive behavioral therapy and family systems models. I have been employed most recently at Group Health Cooperative for 13 years, and have past work experience as a child and family therapist at Frontier Mental Health, at Alcohol Drug Network as a Chemical Dependency Counselor.
(509) 202-9834
Spokane, Washington 99223
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
Deborah L McManus, Counselor  in Spokane
“As an interactive, solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, and with compassion and understanding, I work with each individual to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing.
(509) 426-3916
Spokane, Washington 99203
Cami R Huysman, Counselor  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC, CCH, CMHS
“I provide a caring, private and confidential environment where you can identify and explore the topics that may be getting in the way of a more rewarding home life, education, career, or more fulfilling relationships. I can provide you with insight and the tools you need to implement life changes and achieve your goals. I am recognized in Washington State as a Child Mental Health Specialist and as a Mental Health Professional. I utilize CBT+ often, which consists of four evidence-based treatment methods to address trauma, anxiety, depression and behavior; I am nationally certified in TF-CBT.
(509) 778-4066
Spokane, Washington 99207
Tiffany M Kelly, Counselor  in Spokane
“I am dedicated to meeting your needs, building on preexisting strengths and achieving personal growth through our counseling relationship. I have experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and families with a variety of mental health concerns. Some of my areas of specialization include anxiety work, behavioral issues, trauma and abuse work, grief and loss, depression, and positive parenting. I have specialized training in multiple Evidenced Based Practices and employ these models to fit your specific needs and goals for counseling.
(509) 774-2994
Spokane, Washington 99223
Sally Sederstrom, Counselor  in Spokane
“Sometimes life brings about experiences that challenge our usual ways of thinking, feeling and reacting, creating chaos, confusion and questioning. Addressing these experiences with someone who is compassionate and impartial can help you gain strength, build resilience and find hope in these trying times. Whether you're looking at how you got to where you are or seeking a new direction, I welcome the opportunity to accompany you on your journey.
(509) 563-4804
Spokane, Washington 99203
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
Erin White, Counselor  in Spokane
“Are you unable to enjoy life or achieve goals because of the pain and turmoil you feel inside? Do you feel bound by fear? Emotional, spiritual and physical pain can leave you feeling unable to cope with and enjoy life. You're not alone; I'd like to help.
(509) 774-5833
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
Nikki R Easterling, Counselor  in Spokane
“Are you looking for a soft place to land and safe place to begin healing? My guiding philosophy is that healing can begin when you feel that you are truly seen and heard, with kindness and compassion; in a space that is safe and welcoming. It is within that framework that trust and respect is cultivated to do the work of rebuilding and repair. From that foundation, hope emerges. I offer a full range of therapeutic counseling services focused on strengthening individuals and families. Counseling services are available for individuals, families, pregnant women, and children.
(509) 631-8218
Spokane, Washington 99204
Stephanie Sherve, Counselor  in Spokane
“I believe in developing a positive working alliance with my clients and will listen carefully to gain understanding of the presenting problems or issues in order to develop and implement a personalized treatment plan. I use an integrative therapeutic approach that is customized to the personality, needs and goals of the individual or family. I provide a non-judgmental, compassionate and safe place for my clients to achieve their identified goals and use their personal strengths and resources to enjoy a more fulfilling life.
(509) 774-5244
Spokane, Washington 99202
Ruth French, Counselor  in Spokane
“Having difficulties in you life? Life is indeed difficult for all of us at times and when we encounter struggles, a beneficial and valuable way of dealing with these difficulties is counseling. In a supportive, caring environment, you are able to make effective decisions and life changes which contribute to a greater sense of happiness and fulfillment for individuals and families. Whether struggles are in the home, workplace, or within yourself, you can find relief and limitless possibilities of transformation.
(509) 631-8287
Spokane, Washington 99201
George Winborn Morrison, Counselor  in Spokane
“I focus on working with people who want to change their behavior to get better results, to get more of what they want and less of what they don't want. That ususally involves changing thinking, dispensing with irrational beliefs, and learning how to let others know what your needs are. You will find me a person-centered and non-confrontational therapist. You want to have better consequences in your life, and my job is to help you find them.
(509) 774-2339
Spokane, Washington 99203
Spokane Therapist, Treatment Facility  in Spokane
“We understand that sometimes life changes, and it's hard to deal with the obstacles in our way. Whether you have family and friend trying to help, or you're going at it alone, it's still a difficult place to be, and sometimes it can feel hopeless. We don't want you to go another day trying to sort out the struggles on your own, we'd like to help.
(509) 284-4232
Spokane, Washington 99201
“I work with individuals, couples and families from an attachment perspective. I specialize in working with children and parents who are struggling with behavior issues, understanding their child's unique temperament, or children who have experienced trauma. In addition, I work with individuals with eating disorders, depression and anxiety.
(509) 774-5066
Spokane, Washington 99203
Ann Stuckart, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Spokane
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I believe counseling includes discussing a variety of issues, primarily focusing on agreed upon areas of change. While counseling may at times feel uncomfortable due to talking about difficult issues, it should leave you with a better understanding of yourself and/or your family. There may be activities or "homework" to do between sessions. You are an active participant in the process, and if it does not seem to be working, discuss this with me at any time. I have over 10 years of working with children, adolescents, young adults and families & look forward to possibly working with you.
(509) 822-6548
Spokane, Washington 99204
Tiffanie O'Rourke, Counselor  in Spokane
“I enjoy working with adolescents, adults, couples and families. I have experience working with a variety of issues but feel particularly competent working with anxiety, depression, trauma/grief, children of divorce, step-parenting, parenting and couples/relational concerns. I particularly enjoy working with middle/high school and college students, women and addressing Christian spirituality (at my client's request). I deeply respect the counseling relationship and value my clients. Thus I approach counseling using compassion, grace and non judgment while providing professional feedback that you can apply to your life.
(509) 724-2142
Spokane, Washington 99218
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