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Therapists in Seattle, WA 98125
Lake City, Meadowbrook and Northgate

Amy Barker, Counselor  in Seattle
“Amy Barker, Adoption and Trauma Therapist, and Affiliate of Northwest Family Life, offers individualized counseling services from a relational psycho-therapeutic and cognitive behavioral approach. Amy holds a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology, is licensed with Washington state as a Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), and is trained in Relational Psychotherapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Filial Play Therapy, and Sandtray Therapy. She currently works with children, teens, adults, couples, and families treating a variety of relational, personal, and mental health concerns. She also facilitates Adoptive Parent Survival Groups, Adult Adoptee Discussion Groups, and Birthmother Support Groups.
(206) 661-2566
Seattle, Washington 98125
Tsion Kidane, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA
“My goal in therapy is to help my clients explore their life experiences to see how they have been affected by them and to gain hope and renewed vision. My ideal clients are individuals who are struggling with depression, PTSD, and grief and loss issues. I also work with couples with relationship and parenting issues. Being trained and experienced in the area of domestic violence, I work with women who have experienced abuse. As a multi-cultural and multi-lingual therapist, I give special consideration to cultural issues and differences.
(206) 429-6852
Seattle, Washington 98125
Sue Prescott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“For over 30 years I have enjoyed working with families, couples, individual adults, and children to help them feel better about themselves and their lives. I have taught people skills at communicating which can help them take care of their needs and not come across in ways that can damage relationships or others' self esteem. Because counseling involves healing on all levels--the body, the emotions and the mind--I help people learn how to heal themselves, and in turn help others to heal. My approach is holistic and client-centered where I integrate therapeutic modalities according to your needs.
(425) 753-0255
Seattle, Washington 98125
Marvin Thomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, BCW
“Do you want more love and creativity and vitality in your life? I bring 40 years of experience in working with thousands of people both as couples and individually. Together, you and I will create a solution that is unique to your needs.
(206) 538-2739
Seattle, Washington 98125
Heather Elise Murphy, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed psychologist who works with children, adolescents, young adults, and families. I help those struggling with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, perfectionism, and interpersonal difficulties. I particularly focus on working with individuals struggling with self-harming and suicidal behaviors. I also provide supportive and affirmative therapy to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender clients. I am trained in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). Additionally, I have a background as a school psychologist and work with students regarding behavioral difficulties, academic underachievement, and much more. I am also available to families to provide school consultation services and educational planning.
(206) 535-1541
Seattle, Washington 98125
Cherie A Katt  in Seattle
“I am psychodynamically oriented therapist, exploring all aspects of mind, body, and soul, and interpersonally trained in working with couples and individuals. My focus is to, with empathy and kindness, collaboratively work towards healing past wounds and pervasive/destructive narratives. A core human desire is to be seen and known within relationship, and it is for this reason that I believe the relationship that is built over time, between client and therapist can be a launching point for healing within relationships that are hard/hurtful. Parker Palmer writes, "The soul speaks its truth only under quiet, inviting, and trustworthy conditions".
(206) 504-3021
Seattle, Washington 98125
The Christian Closet, Counselor  in Seattle
“Counseling via Skype so that no matter where you live you can get the support you need. If you have confusion because you think that you might be gay & are Christian & unsure how both identities can coexist this is a place for you. You might also be in a gay, or lesbian relationship & be struggling with issues within that relationship. Welcome to a non-judgemental place. I meet with people as they begin to explore who they are; gay, or straight & how this identity can co-exist beautifully with a relationship with God. I am a trained, licensed psychotherapist & I offer counseling sessions over Skype.
(206) 557-6064
Seattle, Washington 98125
Annie Flansburg-Spiess, Counselor  in Seattle
“My name is Annie, and I specialize in adolescent emotional and behavioral counseling. Through individual and group counseling I partner with young people to overcome a broad range of challenges such as depression, anxiety, grief/loss, school stress, substance abuse, and more. I have an eclectic theoretical orientation based on solution focused, person centered, and cognitive behavioral therapies. My background in experiential education and adventure based therapy also influences my counseling.
(206) 673-5582
Seattle, Washington 98125
Troy E Fenlason, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My practice is about creating space... a relational space to be, to reflect, to see, to heal, and imagine anew. Life can often feel overwhelming or bring feelings of hopelessness, but our inner resources are often more than we are able to imagine in the moment of our distress. New strength and connection can be found in parts of yourself that have been cut off or neglected for various reasons. Often we need the presence of someone, like a therapist, who has the potential to reflect back who we are being and what we might be neglecting, in order to see ourselves more clearly and engage life and relationships more fully.
(425) 256-3943
Seattle, Washington 98125
Julene Adele Pommert, Counselor  in Seattle
“Oki! I am a mother of two teenage boys, wife of 25+ years, twin, and mixed ethnicity (Native/White). As a general practitioner, I engage with people who have experienced both little "t" and big "T" trauma situations, including relational difficulties, single instance trauma, and complex PTSD. I am trained in relational psychotherapy, as well as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), other trauma-sensitive therapies, and domestic violence counseling. In addition, I thoughtfully use material from therapies such as Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Narrative Therapy, as my clients have need.
(206) 432-2371
Seattle, Washington 98125
Nan Drake, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, AAMFT
“Positive change, warmth and understanding are cornerstones of my practice. I have over 30 years of experience helping clients clarify issues and move toward positive resolutions to problems. Many individuals and couples come in dealing with loneliness, anxiety, depression and loss. I provide a safe space for exploring these issues and structure for resolving them. I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist which means I think about people and their difficulties in the context of their families and other important systems in their lives.
(253) 777-1606
Seattle, Washington 98125
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
Melissa J Kennedy, Psychologist  in Seattle
“My research finds that change comes through relationships that offer hope and a belief that the future can be different. This belief in my client's ability to find alternatives and new ways of interacting with others is at the core of my work with teens and adults. I work with individuals and families challenged with anxiety, depression, difficulty managing relationships, feelings of hopelessness and futility, struggles with motivation in work and school. My work with couples encompasses communication, infidelity, and negatively repeating patterns of interaction. I offer psychological and psychoeducational assessment and evaluation services for teens and adults.
(206) 535-1851
Seattle, Washington 98125
Michele M Pomarico, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I am an experienced therapist with a specialty in women's health and reproductive issues, including infertility, unanticipated pregnancy outcomes, pregnancy loss, and post partum depression and anxiety. I have helped individuals and families through major life transitions, difficult losses, family building decisions, and struggles with anxiety and depression. My goal is to partner with clients to assess their needs and develop a plan to meet their goals. I use a number of therapeutic modalities, tailoring interventions to each unique individual. My style is interactive, genuine, respectful, direct and non-judgmental.
(206) 489-3783
Seattle, Washington 98125
Theresa L Epstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Compassion, Empathy & Empowerment are core values in my counseling practice. I am an experienced feminist therapist working with clients to make positive changes in relationships & daily life. Relationship disruptions, isolation, loneliness, anxiety and depression are issues many of us face. I beleive that healthy connections and growth fostering relationships help us heal. I am available for education, consultation & clinical supervision.
(206) 922-8075
Seattle, Washington 98125
Dan Keusal, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Whether you come to me with a specific problem or simply the desire for change, I'll help you look at how that starting point is calling you to grow, and how you can respond with creativity, vitality, and hope. Jung wrote that "The greatest and most important problems in life can never be solved, only outgrown" Such problems, he continued, "fade when confronted with a new and stronger life urge." I'll help you find those new, stronger, deeper parts of yourself, and bring them to life.
(206) 981-5958
Seattle, Washington 98125
Sheryl E Kool, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome! I am a warm, compassionate and experienced counselor who works in a collaborative style that allows you to draw upon your own strengths and experience in order to grow. Trust and a sense of safety are the necessary foundations for effective treatment. You need to feel connected and understood to share your internal world. I respect the tremendous courage it takes to face up to deeply buried or avoided thoughts and feelings. My ability to listen, follow and connect deeply will enable you to feel safe enough to explore the problems which have hindered your life and relationships.
(206) 981-3189
Seattle, Washington 98125
Michelle K Matson, Counselor  in Seattle
“My passion is to help women heal from trauma and abuse, including domestic violence. I provide my clients with a safe and comforting space to process their pain. Together, we will work to understand the often unexplainable symptoms of grief, trauma, and loss and to identify those places in their lives where they feel burdened or overwhelmed. It is easier to identify trauma and abuse in others than in ourselves, especially when we are so used to putting others' needs before our own. I want every woman to know she is beautiful and strong even in her brokenness.
(425) 892-4997
Seattle, Washington 98125
Mysti Coccia-Eddy, Counselor  in Seattle
“My approach to counseling is strengths-based and client-centered. I wholeheartedly believe that every person is capable of healing and growth.
(206) 673-5279
Seattle, Washington 98125
Yane Barreto, Counselor  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, CMHS, MHP
“Searching for a therapist is an important task, and it is essential that you find one who is a good fit for you; someone you can trust. If you are experiencing heightened levels of stress, and you want to develop coping skills to live a more full life, counseling can be a great opportunity. Call me to set up a time to discuss how we could help you. I am a preferred provider for Group Health Cooperative, First Choice Health Network, and United Behavioral Healthcare.
(206) 745-4898
Seattle, Washington 98125

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