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Therapists in Seattle, WA 98105
Bryant, Laurelhurst, University District and Windermere

Michelle Punt, Counselor  in Seattle
“Do you eat for emotional reasons? Find it hard to stop eating once you start, or feel out of control around food? I specialize in helping people who have a challenging relationship with food. During our sessions, we will work together to address the effects that food and eating have on your emotions, physical appearance, body image, and personal relationships, and to set mindful goals that will help you increase your well-being at all levels. I invite you to work with me to rediscover quality of life given your unique situation and personal resources. Welcome to Deep Well-Being.
(206) 866-6058
Seattle, Washington 98105
Michael A Galloway, Counselor  in Seattle
“My practice specializes in mental health, family life, trauma/PTSD and addiction recovery for adolescents and adults. I have expertise in treating co-occurring issues of addiction and depression, anxiety, adjustment and trauma. I provide couples counseling and family therapy and have much success with persons for whom therapy has not been helpful. I help families and individuals face issues of addiction recovery especially when they are looking for alternatives to 12-step programs. My approach is relational, existential and focuses on making meaningful changes. I integrate principles and strategies of change derived from interpersonal neurobiology and affect regulation.
(206) 538-2865
Seattle, Washington 98105
“Free, live telephone consultation for the general public and helping professionals, weekdays, 9 - 10 AM. Certified/licensed clinicians and educators serve couples and individuals with diverse sexuality concerns: loss of desire; obsessive sexual behavior; erection/ ejaculation difficulties; sexual identity; orgasm; vaginismus (contractions of the vagina that prevent penetration); pain; trauma; paraphilias; and conflicts in relationships over sexual values, attitudes, or behaviors. We help clients make informed choices and change outmoded patterns of thinking and behavior to support their goals. Voice mail 24/7. In-person appointment hours can be scheduled by telephone. Therapy fees are negotiable. Services are completely confidential.
(206) 855-3466
Seattle, Washington 98105
Kenneth Andrew Hapke, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed psychologist working with individuals and couples [college-aged to senior adults]. As a result of my experiences and specialized training, I have learned to respect each person's innate ability to thrive and live fully. I describe my role as an experienced guide and companion for clients who want to change the patterns of their lives by re-connecting with their unique strengths. Psychotherapy is a process and I will encourage you to actively participate. Working together, I am confident you will make changes that will benefit you, your loved ones, and those around you.
(206) 745-0980
Seattle, Washington 98105
Kristie Baber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“From time to time, we all have the sense that something has gone awry in our lives, and I am privileged to work with folks to help get things sorted out. With adults, I have a psychodynamic, insight-oriented perspective to focus on relationships and agency. With young children, I use a dyadic developmental model and focus on attachment and trauma issues that impact relational and behavioral change. I tend to be collaborative, lighthearted, and engaged with my clients, helping them make meaning of the difficulties presenting in their lives, and moving forward with solutions for positive and enduring change.
(206) 673-3730
Seattle, Washington 98105
Deanna Cristel, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“My practice is devoted to working with women, teen and tween age girls. A period of supportive therapy can help us all find effective solutions to the challenges we face as women. I strive to create a confidential environment that is nurturing, safe and supportive. Many of my clients say that I am easy to talk to and genuinely attune to their needs. Clients for whom spiritual faith is important will find me able to integrate that into our work together.
(206) 557-6344
Seattle, Washington 98105
Laura W. Groshong, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Thank you for reviewing my practice information. Clients working with me have had success in getting through emotional crisis, dealing with longstanding emotional distress, as well as making changes in what helps them feel worthwhile. If you are in distress due to a loss, a conflict with others, or a conflict within, I may be able to help. My 37 years of practice have given me a broad understanding of the emotional problems that my clients face. I look forward to meeting you.
(206) 745-0619
Seattle, Washington 98105
Gloria Tolpin, Counselor  in Seattle
“My approach is based in the Existential-Phenomenological tradition; however my practice is integrative and based on each client's unique needs and goals. I strive to create a trusting, welcoming, empathic and non-judgmental environment in which you explore what it means to be you, within the context of your experiences, values, relationships and worldviews. Through thoughtful dialogue and collaborative therapeutic relationship, we work to understand and challenge your assumptions and patterns, so that you make more confident choices and live in a way that is mindful and true to your authentic self. I see adults, teens and couples.
(206) 429-4921 x305
Seattle, Washington 98105
Peter N. Moore, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Individuals and couples who seek my help are caught in ruts that foster anxiety, self-doubt, depression, and mutual distrust. They may have chronic health problems such as headaches, digestive problems or fibromyalgia. They are people who want to become more resilient or couples who want to be friends again. For over 25 years I have integrated the science of psychology with the art of psychotherapy to achieve these goals.I will help you break out of intractable patterns and discover better ways of being with yourself and relating to others.
(206) 745-0103
Seattle, Washington 98105
Janet K. Look, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Dr. Look provides individual, family and group psychotherapy for children, adolescents and adults. Sometimes, it is difficult to talk to our family or friends about our problems. Meeting with Dr. Janet can help you to assess the seriousness of a problem and the best way to cope with it. Dr. Look is trained in assessment and psychotherapeutic techniques that can help you to answer your questions and manage your problems. You will learn to develop an individualized plan based on your strengths for dealing with your personal, educational and occupational needs.
(206) 525-3210
Seattle, Washington 98105
Michael L Miller, Psychologist  in Seattle
“As a board certified training and supervising psychoanalyst my expertise is in helping individuals identify and change the thoughts and feelings about themselves that cause depression, fear, and low self-esteem and to discover and modify the patterns of relating to others that cause anxiety, alienation, and separateness. In therapy we work to create experiences that liberate thoughts, feelings, and behaviors from the ideas and ways of being and behaving that inhibit their free and creative expression. Treatment aims at increasing one's effectiveness in dealing with life's problems and in achieving one's goals.
(206) 922-8121
Seattle, Washington 98105
Carrie McMullin, Psychologist  in Seattle
“A non-judging atmosphere is of primary importance in my approach, and a strength I'll bring to our work together. This facilitates a space for you to freely explore what has happened in your life, and where you would like to see life go in the future. I work with adults of any gender who are struggling with: depression or anxiety, self-esteem, relationships, sexual trauma and other forms of power-based personal violence, having one or more oppressed identities, body image concerns, disordered eating, and mild to moderate substance use concerns.
(425) 442-3273
Seattle, Washington 98105
Eric LaBass, Counselor  in Seattle
“You've lived everyday of your life in your body and even though you might be experiencing a difficult time or series of difficult events, you're the expert in your life. You probably have a pretty good idea of what's been working well and what's not been working so well. This is one of the reasons I take a collaborative approach in my work. We'll look at your goals and I'll meet you where you're currently at in life.
(206) 453-1608
Seattle, Washington 98105
Barbara G. O'Brien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Through my experience of being a therapist I have come to believe that people change and grow through acceptance of where they are coupled with increasing awareness of areas in their lives which concern and/or constrain them. I work by listening carefully to my clients, seeking to understand their experience, and assisting them to be who they are while also helping them to shed or work with habits and patterns which are limiliting them. I believe I am well-suited to being a therapist and I find the work very fulfilling.
(206) 397-0895
Seattle, Washington 98105
Bertrand Lee Wicholas, Psychiatrist  in Seattle
“I specialize in the treatment of adolescents and adults with a range of mental health concerns. I treat clients in a professional and confidential setting that feels safe and non-judgmental. My practice draws upon a variety of evidence-based psychotherapies and utilizes psychiatric medications if appropriate. I believe that for any treatment to be effective, it must be built upon a trusting and collaborative therapeutic relationship that reflects each client's individual needs and personal values. I believe in a down-to-earth and transparent approach to psychiatry that views genuine human connection as the foundation of any treatment.
(206) 745-6315
Seattle, Washington 98105
Elaine Willey, Counselor  in Seattle
“For nearly 20 years, I've worked with individuals and couples struggling with relationship problems, challenging life transitions like mid-life crises, stressful job issues, grief and loss, chronic illness, and living authentically. I also specialize in depression, anxiety, and stress. You're not alone in your struggle once we begin to work together. I listen deeply to really understand you as we work to transform your issues. I offer sessions in my Seattle office, by phone, or by Skype.
(206) 455-7166
Seattle, Washington 98105
Walter Cardona, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LMHC, MHP, CMHS, SOTP
“As a therapist, my mission is to help you improve your over-all well being, enhance your ability to engage in interpersonal relationships, empower you with useful tools, and ultimately explore and address the obstacles that may be holding you back from the life you want to live. Choosing the right therapist is an important decision and a good fit is necessary to make effective progress. I try to be straightforward, without being harsh, and encouraging without applying any pressure. My clients find me to be warm, caring, down-to-earth, and, at times, humorous.
(206) 276-2116
Seattle, Washington 98105
Polly Mackoff Amkraut, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LISCW
“I bring a unique blend of professional training, compassion and intuition to the therapeutic relationship. I teach clients new insights and skills to help them cope with life's challenges, and find relief from psychological and emotional distress.
(206) 489-3759
Seattle, Washington 98105
Lynda Treger, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am a psychotherapist with over 25 years experience working with adults in individual therapy and couples therapy. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process; working together to understand and remedy symptoms interferring with your enjoyment of life. People often seek counseling to help with feelings of anxiety, loss, depression, sadness, or unhappiness in their relationships. Therapy offers a safe, private opportunity to identify and resolve problems in your life.
(206) 745-4928
Seattle, Washington 98105
“Dwight Edward Randolph
(206) 926-3704
Seattle, Washington 98105
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