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Christian Therapists in King County

Marjorie E Lorenz, Counselor  in Bellevue
“I am passionate about working with women who have experienced child sexual abuse/incest, adults who have experienced other forms of trauma, and PTSD. Often these types of experiences have long term effects and the symptoms, which may develop can be overwhelming and quite distressing. As a Christian counselor, I bring a kind and compassionate stance to all those I work with. I will help you understand how your past efforts to cope with what was happening at the time of the trauma were adaptive and the "best" you could do given the skills you had at the time.
(425) 247-3914 x106
Bellevue, Washington 98006
Missy A Neill, Counselor  in Federal Way
Counselor, MEd
“Are you feeling overwhelmed by life? I want you to know that I can help and that you are not alone. I help people find their future and reach their maximum potential. I work with a diverse clientele that includes individuals, couples, adolescents, and families. Counseling is available for relationship problems, conflicts, career and lifestyle changes, life coaching, sports competition preparedness, anxiety, depression, PTSD, grief and loss including pet loss, low self-esteem, eating disorders, and addictions. I use a person-centered approach drawing from several different modalities but most importantly is matching the right modality to the client's needs.
(206) 745-3040
Federal Way, Washington 98003
Sandy Tudor, Counselor  in Renton
“Life can be complicated can't it? Our past can leave us with wounds that never healed. Our present can be tumultuous, leave us feeling dissatisfied (or worse) at the end of the day. And then there is the future-are you heading in the direction you want to go? If you are feeling like life is not all it could be, that you are not living up to your potential, that you are not finding joy, peace, and satisfaction within your personal story, perhaps counseling could help. I would consider it a privilege to partner with you as you seek to improve your life!
(206) 535-1359
Renton, Washington 98057
Gina Handley Schmitt, Counselor  in Federal Way
“Welcome! And, thank you for considering me in your process. I am a psychotherapist who genuinely believes in the transformative power of the therapy process, and who loves working with clients to find the transformation they seek. In this endeavor, I prescribe to a client centered approach to counseling (where the therapist and client work together as partners to achieve a client's unique therapy goals). I offer every client access to my eclectic bag of "tools" (most grounded in cognitive-behavioral theory), and I am committed to supporting clients as they explore and assimilate these tools throughout our process.
(425) 786-9952
Federal Way, Washington 98003
Sara Bickerstaff, Counselor  in Redmond
“I offer counseling services to adolescents, adults, and couples. I have worked with young adults for over 19 years and have a passion for their unique needs. I have specialized training in Lifespan Integration for those with significant trauma histories and also have training in premarital/marital counseling. My main areas of focus are grief and loss, relational issues, trauma, family-of-origin issues, anxiety disorders, and mood disorders. I am passionate about helping clients find new ways to deal with the unfinished business of the past and enter into a more fulfilling, satisfying life in the present.
(206) 538-2916
Redmond, Washington 98052
Gary D Hole, Counselor  in Sammamish
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHCA, BSEE, BSME
“My therapeutic approach combines logical problem solving skills developed from many years as a professional project engineer with compassionate counseling. My skills were enhanced by years of lay counseling, training and teaching in my church. Empathy for helping others grow through their life challenges has always been a priority. I respect and value you while you educate me about who you are and how you arrived at your present situation. I compassionately help you develop insight and clarity into the issues you are seeking help for. I support you in making responsible choices towards resolving your pain and/or conflict.
(206) 719-6438
Sammamish, Washington 98075
Erika R. Dorsey, Counselor  in Seattle
“I provide a safe, supportive environment for you to explore the areas in your life in which you are struggling. We all have challenges, and, at some point, we are ready to experience lasting change and healing. Seeking help takes courage and commitment but can lead to a more meaningful life and overall well being. I am here to support you with genuine compassion, understanding and respect. I have over 10 years of experience in the mental health field and would love to help you discover your personal strengths and resources, regaining your inherent vitality for life!
(586) 838-2129
Seattle, Washington 98101
“Therapeutic Orientation: The focus of therapy depends upon your needs - therefore therapy is a collaborative effort. I utilize a family systems perspective which means we will pay attention to how past relational patterns influence current relational patterns. The goal or hope of therapy is to help facilitate growth and change that allows you to find a sense of relief from the current struggle, tension, and/or conflict you may be experiencing.
(425) 753-3547
Bellevue, Washington 98004
Jessica May Christie, Counselor  in Seattle
“At times in life we all get stuck and come to places where change is necessary. I aim to create with my clients a space where we listen to what your thoughts, feelings and symptoms are telling you about your story. I believe that we are built for relationship, that both our greatest wounds and deepest healing occur within relationship. Together we will explore the patterns that emerge in therapy, and how old ways of relating are being recreated in present day. I believe therapy in a mutual work and that the answers to your healing are within you and the relationship we build.
(425) 318-3482
Seattle, Washington 98107
Kristine Roop Champagne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD, DCSW
“Before therapy, most people have identified emotions and behaviors that they have tried to change. When these efforts are not successful, there are often blind spots or important ties to unresolved, and sometime unrecognized, issues from the past. I work collaboratively to define the problem, identify patterns and their sources, and then to uncover new options. Since my former practice was in Harvard Square in Cambridge, MA, I have worked extensively with students and young adults. Often I use family theory in working with an individuals to increase awareness of options within relationships and with his/her family. .
(206) 922-8502
Seattle, Washington 98107
Joe Weatherby, Counselor  in Seattle
“Are you a good guy, but feel misunderstood by those around you? Do you attempt to be kind to people around you, but still feel a persistent hole or loneliness inside? Are you committed to your marriage, but find yourself pulled toward escape activities like TV, the internet, or online gaming? Let's talk! Are you married to a good guy, but he's spending too much time isolated on the computer? Is he nice enough, but you keep feeling that his heart is far from you? Let's talk!
(206) 557-6099
Seattle, Washington 98118
Torres Counseling, Mary Torres, MA, Counselor  in Burien
“Look, I know finding a therapist is difficult. Each pitch begins to sound the same. That is because we all generally want the same things for our clients: to feel better. What my clients receive from me is a no-nonsense but gentle approach to looking at their situation and finding places that I can help them move. We're going to look at what you do well, what can be improved, and what doesn't work at all. We can't change others, we can only change ourselves. I help my clients see how they can improve. Period.
(206) 535-1464
Burien, Washington 98166
Matthew Percy, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Across the lifespan, we encounter stressors of all kinds. Our moods, anxiety levels, thinking, and behaviors can depend on how well we are able to manage these stressors over time. Sometimes, regardless of our age, the coping skills we've learned and developed let us down. Utilizing a primarily psychodynamic approach, my goal in therapy is to help you experience your life (including the good and bad aspects) in a real and authentic way, grounded in self-awareness and insight, so that you can better manage your feelings, thinking, and behavior.
(206) 981-5319 x347
Seattle, Washington 98115
Gregory R. Gates, Counselor  in Federal Way
“Are you searching for a therapist who is licensed to address both mental health and chemical dependency issues? Do you prefer a counselor who is a Christian and shares your Christian beliefs? I have several years of counseling experience helping people with Co-Occurring Disorders or Dual Diagnosis (Mental Health and Chemical Dependency). I have dedicated my career to helping people like you to feel better and use the gifts that God has given you to cope with life's challenges. Please join with me and together we will conquer life's challenges with God's help.
(253) 358-2587
Federal Way, Washington 98003
Sheryl R Brown, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Issaquah
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Increasing conflict is making simple communication a real pain - you're alternating back and forth from explosive words to tense silence. Depression or anxiety is creeping up on you, and you know it's bad for the kids to sense the lack of stability. If you are tired of the same old argument with your partner, and are even throwing out the dreaded "D" word (Divorce) in the heat of it, I can help you get the clarity you need to decide if your relationship is worth saving - and to do what's needed to get things back on track.
(425) 652-1413
Issaquah, Washington 98027
Shataia Brown Whitney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Renton
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Since 1998, I have been working with individuals, couples, and families and treating issues related to: depression, anxiety, communication problems, interpersonal conflict, trauma recovery, military deployment, abortion recovery, adult children of divorced parents, pre-marital counseling, multi-cultural marriage and many other identity/spiritual crises. I see clients on the brink of divorce rediscover their passion for each other, clients merely surviving with depression/anxiety start truly living again, and clients going through the motions find purpose, meaning and fulfillment in their relationships, in their careers and in their lives. Often 10-14 sessions can lead to significant and lasting change.
(206) 855-5912
Renton, Washington 98059
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.
(253) 200-9303
Seattle, Washington 98102
Rebecca L Waterston, Counselor  in Kirkland
“I work in the areas of PTSD and trauma resolution, addiction recovery, codependency, relational challenges of any type, depression, bipolar and anxiety as well as with women's issues. My greatest strengths are an ability to get to the heart of the issue quickly, creating a trusting, nurturing therapeutic relationship, and using specified therapies targeted to my client's needs. Therapy is geared toward meeting the client's goals and the client is an integral part in determining what they wish to work on and what results they would like to achieve with respect for their beliefs and spiritual values.
(425) 213-4305
Kirkland, Washington 98033
Ann Horton, Counselor  in Redmond
“Life is unpredictable. As hard as we try to manage our daily lives and our relationships with friends, family, and colleagues, circumstances beyond our control can make us feel lost and isolated, sometimes hopeless. That's why we all occasionally need guidance: to see that there is always hope on the other side of adversity. My name is Ann Horton, and I specialize in therapies that can help you resolve the personal issues that detract from the joy of your day-to-day life, whether they're born of recent misfortune or deeply rooted trauma.
(206) 922-8570
Redmond, Washington 98052
Nancy Murphy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Life can be draining, cumbersome and overwhelming at times. Counseling can be an oasis~ a place apart from it all to reflect and make change.
(206) 569-6984
Seattle, Washington 98125
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Christian Therapists
If you're looking for Christian therapy in King County or for a King County Christian therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to Christian cultural issues. They include Christian therapists, Christian psychologists, Christian psychotherapists and Christian counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in King County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in King County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in King County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in King County or family therapy in King County.