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Academic Underachievement Therapists in Seattle, WA 98115
Academic Counseling, Academic Coaching - Maple Leaf, Matthews Beach, Ravenna, Roosevelt, Sand Point, View Ridge and Wedgwood

Heather Abbott, Counselor  in Seattle
“Hope often sounds like a wishful word in our culture - but I want you to leave therapy with more hope - the gritty, scrappy, resilient kind. This authentic hope grows as you embrace your life story with all its darkness and light. You don't need to talk about everything at once, but just give yourself a place and time to connect with your whole self and pay attention to your life as it is now. As you connect deeply with yourself you are able to carve out space to reimagine how your life and relationships could be.
Academic Underachievement
Video Game Addiction
(571) 384-4637
Seattle, Washington 98115
Anil Coumar, Counselor  in Seattle
“My passion is to help you identify and remove the root cause of your psychological suffering by getting a clearer understanding of how the mind works. We will do this by using a combination of mindfulness based approaches and a process called Inquiry. Mindful Inquiry is a very direct, simple way to peace.
Academic Underachievement
Video Game Addiction
(206) 745-4360
Seattle, Washington 98115
Michael Maguire, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Just about everyone experiences difficult times in their lives. Sometimes these are temporary, such as during or after a life transition, and sometimes these are more chronic where we become stuck. Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, work or school concerns, or something else, I imagine you are seeking help because you are not feeling the way you wish to feel. I also imagine that you have hope that it can get better.
Academic Underachievement
Video Game Addiction
(206) 535-1572
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98115
The Center * A Place of HOPE, Treatment Facility  in Seattle
“The Center, A Place of HOPE, the #1 facility in the U.S. for the treatment of depression and a a leading addiction and eating disorder facility, utilizes a caring world-class staff to provide comprehensive care for a broad range of mental health, chemical dependency and medical issues. Founded over 30 years ago by Dr. Gregg Jantz, our mission is to help people change their lives for good, with a whole-person recovery model incorporating emotional, relational, physical, nutritional and spiritual aspects vital to long-term success. The Center is dually licensed for psychiatric issues as well as addiction treatment, enabling us to treat coexisting disorders such as chemical dependency and eating disorders. Our recovery programs work with some of the most challenging issues - anorexia, bulimia, anorexia, binge eating, severe depression, bi-polar disorder, and addictions of all types. At the heart of our whole-person treatment philosophy is resolution of root issues that create and perpetuate unhappiness and unhealthy life patterns. You'll find sensitivity, warmth, confidentiality and trust in our treatment programs. We truly care, and with 30 years of proven success, we can help. More information is available through our website at www.aplaceofhope.com.
Academic Underachievement
Video Game Addiction
(888) 997-3812
We serve:
Seattle, Washington 98115
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Laura Michelle Hinton, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“I see individuals ages 14 and up with trauma histories, mood and anxiety disorders, substance abuse histories, and psychosis who are seeking medication management and therapy. I have specialized training in addictions and medical detoxification, as well as psychosis associated with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's. In practice, I have found an affinity for individuals with complex PTSD and individuals who identify as LGBTIQ, lesbian or gay, and gender diverse. I prefer to work with people who are open to embracing the difficult work of personal growth and honest self-reflection.
(206) 201-0504
Seattle, Washington 98115
Nina K Redman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Anxieties, troubled relationships, moods and stress overshadow and block problem-solving skills, resilience and humor. With strengths eclipsed confidence plummets. When one willingly begins taking responsibility for one's own life, self-respect, esteem and confidence follow. With compassion and patience I encourage clients to tell their whole stories--what's working and what's not. Through deep listening I help you in clarifying troubles and seeking solutions to short term situational problems or longer-term difficulties due to deeply held beliefs.
(206) 452-4410
Seattle, Washington 98115
Judith C Cantor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, LMFT
“As we face the challenges of life, we can sometimes hit a "perfect" storm. Old issues along with our unique personalities can collide with the stresses and circumstances of our current lives. This collision can feel overwhelming. Psychotherapy can be a useful tool to find a way through these difficult waters. I am a psychotherapist with a practice that serves individual adults and couples who are at all stages of life. Issues common to my practice are anxiety, depression, self-esteem, stress management, grief and loss, work related stress, issues of life transitions, trauma, relationship issues and chronic pain issues.
(206) 552-0972
Seattle, Washington 98115
Carrie Erickson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MS, LMFT
“Hi! I am a licensed Marriage and Family therapist with over 15 years of clinical experience with clients and supervision of interns. I have a B.A. in Commuications and a Masters in Marriage and family therapy. My offices are located in Greenlake (Seattle) and Bellevue. If you are in need of immediate help/relief or looking for long-term therapy, I can most definitely address your concerns as I am trained in both. My area of expertise is working with adults, t(w)eens, couples and families looking to create authentic, lasting change. My style is open, collaborative, compassionate, and directive.
(206) 317-5126
Seattle, Washington 98115
Karen E. Clark, Psychologist  in Seattle
Psychologist, PhD
“Welcome. In my practice I see individual adults as well as children and families. The essential elements of therapy are compassion and deep understanding. As your therapist, my intention is to meet you where you are and go with you on your journey. My hope is that you will feel safe to express all of what you're feeling, that we can explore these feelings with compassion, and discover what can be understood. I will use my knowledge, training, and all that I've learned from my patients to help you negotiate the crossroads and crisis points in your life.
(206) 673-2197
Seattle, Washington 98115
Rhoda Schlatter, Counselor  in Seattle
“I have worked with a variety of issues ranging from sexual abuse to family addictions to suicidal ideation as well as a variety of mental health disorders. My strengths and focuses are: teenagers, parents, transitions into adulthood, TCK's, and LGBTQ.
(206) 745-3047
Seattle, Washington 98115
Tim Stanley  in Seattle
“Relationship is primary to the human experience. Although there are non-relational circumstances that disrupt life, more often than not, the mental health problems that surface in life are relationally bound. Whether it be an addiction, anxiety issue, trouble grieving, or any number of other struggles, there is often a relational component that needs to be unearthed and explored before we are able to move forward in life. For this reason, I focus a great deal of my attention on early attachments, and how these attachments presently impact how an individual relates both to people and broader life experience.
(425) 999-3226
Seattle, Washington 98115
Joshua Aaron Ginzler, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My mission is to help people & families understand their emotions so that they are less likely to be reactive & more likely to be responsive in life. During my earlier career as a research psychologist at the University of Washington I focused on working with youth & adults facing issues of homelessness & substance use problems. As a result I also studied & work with treatments for suicidality, personality issues, & a wide array of stress related disorders.
(206) 963-9679
Seattle, Washington 98115
Elizabeth Orchard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, RPT
“My practice focuses on working with children from as young as 3 years old to adults. I aim to help individuals and families cope and grow in the wake of loss, depression, anxiety, family transitions, and relationship difficulties. I believe that therapeutic change occurs through a supportive, trusting, and collaborative relationship in which your strengths are drawn out and emphasized. Within this relationship, I work to empower you to increase awareness of yourself, your ways of relating, and your unique coping skills in the face of stress and change.
(253) 777-1624
Seattle, Washington 98115
Matthew Tiemeyer, Counselor  in Seattle
“Do you find that your relationship struggles, your past, your fears, or your addictions are holding you back? I'm here to help you write a new chapter in a far better story. I believe that a solid, collaborative relationship between client and therapist makes a powerful difference. As a team, we will find the parts of your history that hinder you, and the strengths that you may not know. Clients tell me that they feel genuine care and understanding from me, plus insight that creates meaning from the past and hope for the future.
(425) 610-7827
Seattle, Washington 98115
Morgan McCrea,   in Seattle
“I am a board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP). I received both my undergraduate and graduate education at Ohio State University. My services include performing comprehensive psychiatric evaluations, prescribing and managing psychiatric medications, and providing psychotherapeutic interventions based on evidence-based practice. My primary interests include but are not limited to anxiety disorders, PTSD, depression, somatic disorders, and substance abuse. I work with individuals at and over the age of 14.
(425) 559-9578
Seattle, Washington 98115
Hannah Childers, Counselor  in Seattle
“My approach is holistic and based on personal awareness, integration, and relational practices. While boundaries and expectations are useful, this space is also fluid. Meaning, my techniques and practices are not one-size-fits-all. You are the meaning-maker. My role is to help you come to know what you already know and walk alongside you. This growing relationship will foster insight, self-awareness and reflection. Together we will make discoveries about the complexity and beauty of your being.
(971) 232-5043
Seattle, Washington 98115
Pam Shaffer, Counselor  in Seattle
“I offer an empathetic, non-judgmental, and compassionate approach in order to help my clients understand their own story and how it impacts others as well as how it impacts themselves. I will help you identify patterns in your life and work with you to change and adapt those patterns in order to become a more balanced, healthy individual.
(425) 998-9280
Seattle, Washington 98115
Leslie Weisgram, LMHC, Counselor  in Seattle
“Anyone is capable of change, but sometimes we can't do it alone. We often need help to fully explore the factors contributing to our thoughts and behaviors that create barriers to change. My belief is that there must be an understanding around maladaptive patterns of thought before we are able to change behaviors and allow ourselves to create the lives we want to lead. I believe that empathy and compassion are essential to the healing process, and my goal is to always develop a collaborative relationship through nourishing and inspiring discussions regarding the healing processes.
(206) 981-3153
Seattle, Washington 98115
Joanne Dorpat Halverson, Counselor  in Seattle
“Greetings, Allow me to assist you in crossing to the other side of whatever challenges,changes and suffereing you encounter-- to turn lead into gold. Therapy is a journey of discovery with the potential to awaken, to heal and to integrate powerful changes. For over 20 years, as a licensed therapist, educator and supervisor I help people lead more meaningful, joyful & fulfilling lives. I have worked with people of most ages, varied ethnicities, gender preferences & cultural backgrounds & highly sensitive individuals, artists, gifted individuals, addictions, couples,groups, healers, people with learning disabilities & aspergers, veterans, other trauma & grief sufferers and spiritual seekers.
(425) 284-9540
Seattle, Washington 98115
Rik Hiroshi Muroya, Counselor  in Seattle
“"Thank You! I feel so much better now." This comment expressed hope fulfilled by clients who receive my counseling services. With humility, I am very grateful for having the gift of helping another person. I have a passion for working with individuals, couples and families who are experiencing some type of distress in their daily life. Oftentimes, this distress or disturbance is connected to an earlier life experience. Finding a psychotherapist who is warm, compassionate, nonjudgmental, skilled, knowledgable and experienced can be a challenge. It is my belief that you will find those qualities in me. Please come visit :)
(253) 987-6967
Seattle, Washington 98115
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Academic Underachievement (Academic Counseling, Academic Coaching) Therapists
Students underachieve in school for a variety of reasons. Motivational problems, ADHD, and learning disabilities can all be a challenge to any parent. Child therapists, child psychologists, or school psychologists in 98115 can help to assess a child's needs and offer much needed help.

Academic counselors in 98115 help with learning issues, child education issues or ADD (attention deficit). They can work with academic underachievers who are quite bright, gifted and intelligent, as well as with children with developmental disabilities (i.e. disabilities students). Additionally, 98115 Therapists work with nonverbal learning disabilities, cognitive disabilities, and reading difficulties.

Academic underachievers all have specific and unique instructional needs. A good 98115 academic counselor will provide the individualized attention and support a student needs to succeed.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Maple Leaf, Matthews Beach, Ravenna, Roosevelt, Sand Point, View Ridge and Wedgwood - Seattle have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 98115 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 98115 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 98115 or family therapy in Maple Leaf, Matthews Beach, Ravenna, Roosevelt, Sand Point, View Ridge and Wedgwood - Seattle.