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Therapists in Seattle, WA 98118
Columbia City, Rainier Valley and Seward Park

Joseph S Weiss, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Does fear of being judged or anxiety about making mistakes affect your performance? Do you want to improve your performance on tests, public speaking or sports? Your performance can be enhanced. You can achieve your goals by learning the skills that Olympic athletes use to be calmer, more focused; you can be coached to be more consistently relaxed, and to more effectively handle stressful performance situations. Call me to identify how you can be helped effectively and more rapidly. I have integrated Western & Eastern modalities that complement and enhance the speed and quality of producing results.
(206) 745-4933
Seattle, Washington 98118
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
Amy Dutt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, CMHS
“My goal is to help individuals, couples, and families identify ways they would like to change or grow and then work with them to create more enjoyment, satisfaction, and peace in their lives. I work with individuals who are struggling with depression, anxiety, impulsive behaviors, anger, relational difficulties, grief, and dissatisfaction. In my work with couples, I aim to create a closer connection and safety in the relationship. In families, I work to decrease the conflict or problematic behaviors and then address the cause of the problem.
(253) 777-1634
Seattle, Washington 98118
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“As a therapist, my priority is getting to know you as an individual; you are much, much more than any symptoms or diagnosis you are struggling with. I work hard to listen well and deeply, to honor your values, and to ask questions that may bring you to answers to the questions and solutions you are seeking. I presently serve adult clients for individual services.
(206) 661-2139
Seattle, Washington 98118
Yona Margolese  in Seattle
“"There are not enough male role models for our teenagers today!" I have worked with teenagers and their families struggling with issues like suicide, depression, despair, loneliness, guilt, family conflicts, porn addictions, and relationship issues (and others) and have assisted them in working through their challenges to help them find the solutions that worked uniquely for each family member. I do not have one way of "doing therapy", rather, I connect with each person and find out what will work best for him/her and for the family! Each person has within themselves greatness, it just needs to be discovered!
(425) 903-3304
Seattle, Washington 98118
Joshua Magallanes, Counselor  in Seattle
“Many clients come to therapy for multiple reasons; most clients are seeking when the "anxiety" is too much to endure. I provide therapy for individuals-(children, adolescents and adults), couples, and facilitate process groups. I also am a multicultural educator. I help individuals cope with mechanisms that will help find ways to make different choices and re-invent ourselves; so we then become the architect, the planner and the builder of our lives, throughout our lives. I provide workshops and presentations that deal with undoing multiple oppressions in both queer and communities of color.
(206) 489-3833
Seattle, Washington 98118
Jennifer Schulz, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with individual adult clients and couples who are facing anxiety, depression, life transitions, loss, trauma, and challenges at work or in relationships. Since 2002, I have counseled adults, couples, and groups in community mental health and medical clinics, as well as in my private practice. I have also conducted in-depth research on trauma, hopelessness, empathy, and intimacy. Above all, I believe that my clients, not I, hold the key to their growth and that emotional pain and anxiety, when given respect and non-judgmental attention, can often provide some of the best opportunities for learning.
(206) 395-3354
Seattle, Washington 98118
Christy Stewart, Counselor  in Seattle
“I envision our work together to as a collaborative process of exploration, discovery, and progress. You bring to this process your unique perspectives, experiences, memories, worldview, and energy for growth. I bring extensive training and experience in psychological processes, assessment, life span development, understanding of how people change, and a genuine interest in helping you. Together, we will set goals and explore thoughts, feelings, experiences, and perceptions to further your personal development and psychological well-being. You will find me patient, attuned to your experience, and truly interest in understanding your perspective.
(206) 452-1676
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Sarah Mccoy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“You are so much more than a collection of problems that need to be rooted out and solved. You are, today, a complete person. You already have the answers and information you need to experience positive change. My role is to listen and guide, to engage and confront, and to redirect and support you as we bring those answers to light. I am taking clients for individual therapy, adults and teens. I am also available for psychological assessments for immigration court cases. Therapy sessions can be held, by client choice, either in-office or walking the loop around Green Lake.
(206) 557-6572
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Anna Rhodes, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist dedicated to providing psychotherapy, EMDR, counseling, education, and support services to individuals, couples and professionals. I specialize in areas regarding the impact of stress, illness and loss, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, post-traumatic stress, life transitions, phobias, conflict resolution and all areas pertaining to creating and maintaining healthy relationships. Clients experience support, practical feedback, empathy, and insight to help them address life's challenges.
(206) 735-3589
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Paul Berkelhammer, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with men and the important people in their lives. The main problem for fathers, sons and husbands/partners is isolation and the ethic that says, "I can do it on my own." For some men, talking with a therapist goes against their instincts. It doesn't take courage; it just requires knowing that you need help and taking the first step. Therapy is a collaborative relationship that puts the focus on you, your experience in the world, and how you'd like things to be different.
(253) 200-9664
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Prisca Nwizubo, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“I HAVE EXPANDED MY PRACTICE SO IT IS VERY POSSIBLE TO GET IN WITHIN ONE WEEK I offer MEDICATION MANAGEMENT and SUPPORTIVE THERAPY for ADHD, DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, BIPOLAR. Collaboration is essential when it comes to recovery as you are the expert of your life. I emphasize on preventing new issues, relapses, and symptom reduction while with the ultimate goal of achieving the highest level of wellness possible.
(425) 233-0431
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Suzanne H Mccallum, Counselor  in Seattle
“I know parenting can be challenging, we all sometimes need support for our relationships with our children. Those moments can feel overwhelming. Our thinking together about your children, having information from screening assessments and a plan for how we can work together can provide the extra help you may need. I have a relational approach to psychotherapy; provide some screening assessments; psychoeducation, and a variety of supports to parents and children. I have extensive experience with difficult behavior, traumatized children and families, domestic violence, and adoption issues. We develop and utilize the tools from our toolbox that are most helpful.
(206) 866-5931
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Rachel B Solomon, Counselor  in Seattle
“By seeking support in a therapist, you are choosing self compassion and reflection; two important ingredients in healing. Grief, trauma, depression, emotional imbalance, gender exploration, anxiety, interpersonal difficulties are examples of experiences often bringing suffering and potential for personal growth. Change in life is inevitable, difficult and seasoned with experiences, complex emotions and thought processes. My aim as your therapist is to explore these variables in a safe and supportive environment. We will draw out your individual strengths and conquer barriers on the road toward positive change, collaborating on a foundation of non-judgment, respect and good-humored rapport.
(206) 457-3918
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Campbell White, Counselor  in Seattle
“I specialize in working clinically with children, adolescents and their families as they navigate difficult and overwhelming experiences, relationships, or transitions. I also enjoy working with individual adults and couples who need a safe and honest place to reimagine what life can be. While our work will include clinical assessment and specific treatment goals, you are likely interested in therapy for more personal reasons. Perhaps your life has become dominated by loneliness, confusion, broken relationships, unmanageable anger or deep sadness. Perhaps you feel completely stuck. Our work together will address areas like these according to your priorities and needs.
(206) 922-8573
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Nichelle Alderson Counseling & Consultation, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“I offer a client centered and holistic therapeutic approach that aims to bring to light, the associations between diet, stress, family history, support systems & resources, life experiences, environment, and issues related to current and/or historical oppression, and how YOUR body, mind, and spirit have been reacting. I believe in encouraging and empowering my clients towards achieving the results they seek. I help clients identify and utilize their strengths and to identify and release unhealthy practices or defense mechanisms.
(206) 745-6195
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Taen Marie Scherer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I work with you to uncover underlying self destructive belief/ behavior patterns, then move into more life-enhancing patterns. My approach is culturally aware, founded in understanding the relationships systems within which you live and work, and guided by my intuitive knowledge of change and growth acquired during over 20 years of experience. My advanced training in EMDR eases your movement through grief, loss or trauma. Accountability and "keeping an eye on the goal" is an important part of our work together. I also specialize in LGBTQ concerns as well as the specific pain of the adult adoptee.
(206) 518-9480
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Amanda Sappington, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“I believe that therapy is meant to empower clients to feel that they are capable of change and living a fuller, more integrated life. I work with individuals, couples, and families dealing with a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, grief and loss, and family conflict. I utilize a systemic and bio-psycho-social-spiritual approach in therapy. This simply means integrating the many parts of a person into therapy. I also aim to explore the impact of significant relationships and the influence of larger social systems on client's sense of wholeness and ability to achieve desired growth.
(206) 504-2956
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LMHC
“"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars."-Oscar Wilde. Psychotherapy provides a safe space for you to explore difficulties, understand them in their context, and to move forward fortified. I am a Licensed Mental Health Therapist, with specialties in issues regarding children, adolescents, marriage and families. I earned my masters from Pepperdine University, Graduate School of Education and Psychology, and have worked in private practice, community clinics, and both public and private schools. I enjoy meeting people, learning about their worlds, and assisting them in finding the solutions they want and need to move towards their goals.
(206) 489-3690
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Seattle, Washington 98118
Ro Reyes, Counselor  in Seattle
“Difficult situations and changes require renewed ways of being. A new job, a bigger school, a different country, a painful ending, a transition. As a psychotherapist I listen to you and seek to entice new ways to work through these challenging situations. My areas of specialty include mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, substance use, sexuality, couples, immigration and involuntary relocation (refugees). I have extensive experience working with diverse nationalities, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and gender. I provide evaluations for immigration cases often used in asylum and extreme hardship.
(323) 284-7540
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Seattle, Washington 98118

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