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“When I am introduced to a new client, I want to know why the client has chosen therapy and what needs and goals the client has. Once we discuss this then we will determine the path that we should use to meet those goals. Normally I use Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior therapy or Cognitive Behavior Therapy because I feel that these two types of therapy work well with a variety of issues. I strongly believe in a strength based client focused type of therapy. Everyone has inner strength and I would help you identify those strengths
(425) 903-3160
Arlington, Washington 98223
Cate Lorenz, Counselor  in Arlington
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Counselor, MA, LMHC, CMHS, NCC, CHT
“"Then came the healing time, hearts started to shine, soul felt so fine, oh what a freeing time it was." - (Aberjhani) In a supportive, nonjudgmental atmosphere I work collaboratively with you to identify, address and resolve issues that may be hindering you from enjoying the life and relationships you desire. I am honored to witness clients' strength, resolve and empowerment as they discover and journey their pathway to healing.
(425) 318-7477
Arlington, Washington 98223
Jeri L Richards, Counselor  in Arlington
“Your comfort with and relationship to your therapist is a primary factor in the success of your therapy, so after you've had a chance to review my information, I invite you to give me a call to see if we'd be a good fit.
(425) 368-5968
Arlington, Washington 98223
Jennifer W Edwards, Counselor  in Arlington
“I work with children, adolescents, and young adults who are struggling with Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or behavioral difficulties. In using the SCERTS Model I focus on helping families work with their child and bringing them in as partners in the process of therapy and education. I provide in-school support and consultation as well as in home counseling services for the whole family. This model is adaptable for any cognitive ability and does not require a set standard or curriculum to be followed but rather adapts to the individual and is flexible with change and progress.
(720) 606-2383
Arlington, Washington 98223
Loren Dawn Louzao, Counselor  in Arlington
“It is possible to find relief, peace, or hope after life has thrown an unexpected curve ball, or two. Although your situation may be uncertain, or unbearable, the fact that you are searching for help means you have already begun your journey in finding a way forward. Often our thoughts and feelings can become overwhelming after a change we have experienced either in our relationships, work, or family. Or, sometimes it seems there is no reason for suffering and it is hard to imagine feeling better. You can find your path through. I offer evening and weekend appointments as needed.
(360) 474-5253
Arlington, Washington 98223
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“Therapy is a personal process and finding the right "fit" can make all the difference. Seeking therapy takes courage, you are already on the path to making a difference in your life. When an individual is in a safe, supported environment it becomes easier to take the risks necessary to adapt to change and find their true worth, moving into a healthier state. Couples and individuals facing major life transitions, challenges, or the unexpected 'land minds' in life, are generally motivated to make the necessary changes to find or recapture happiness and joy.
(425) 321-2664
Arlington, Washington 98223
Betsy Wright Loving, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“My focus is to help people explore their depression, anxiety, or grief -- to help them better connect emotionally to themselves, and to alleviate the resulting distress and personal problems that get in the way of living satisfying, fulfilling lives. I take an affirming stance toward my clients, and strive to create a warm, supportive environment for exploration of the more painful experiences or trauma that may be interfering with relationships, work, and the ability to be truly happy. My approach is holistic, including physical, emotional, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects.
(425) 312-6291
Arlington, Washington 98223
“Are you struggling with life, developing healthy, meaningful relationships, impact of a recent or past traumatic event or not meeting your career goals? We all have an inner need to feel happy and fulfilled. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges to feel more fulfilled in life.
(425) 931-8258
Arlington, Washington 98223
Michelle L Hamilton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“LOCATED RIGHT OFF THE SMOKEY POINT EXIT of I5. Every individual arrives in counseling at a different place in their life. Whether you're struggling with life's changes or lack of change, concerns, fears or grief and loss, counseling is a great way to process these issues in a safe environment. Concerns related to a current crisis, family struggles, marriage/divorce, aging, health, parenting and so much more. My goal is to meet you where you are, work with you on identifying goals and walking with you on your journey toward healing and wellness. I look forward to hearing from you!
(425) 408-3230
Arlington, Washington 98223
Clarissa A Jones, Counselor  in Arlington
“I congratulate you on taking steps to heal your relationships and yourself. In counseling you are not alone and I believe that people have a great capacity to change and grow to achieve full and gratifying relationships and lives when given the right support. My approach to counseling is to provide you with a warm, caring, and accepting environment in which to explore solutions to your concerns.
(425) 967-8449
Arlington, Washington 98223
E. Janet Macgillivray, Counselor  in Arlington
“Are you feeling overwhelmed? Are worry, stress and anxiety taking up a lot of your life and energy? I have 20+ years of experience as a therapist helping people find their way back to happiness, health and wellbeing. I work with adults, adolescents, and children,and my areas of specialization include: depression, anxiety, parenting, substance abuse, codependency and relationship issues.
(360) 474-7989
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Arlington, Washington 98223
Jim York, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Arlington
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“I specialize in relationship, family, and individual counseling. Most often, people seek a couples counselor because they feel that communication in their relationship is no longer working effectively--this problem can stem from a variety of places. I work with couples to identify the problems present in their communication cycles and help identify what can change to make their relationships more satisfying. This often includes addressing substance use, affairs, trauma/PTSD, depression, or anxiety, as well as other mental health concerns. I use attachment-based, Solution-Focused, and strengths based techniques in my sessions.
(360) 529-3485
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Arlington, Washington 98223
Susan Renee Mausshardt, Counselor  in Arlington
“I believe it is our birthright to live full and meaningful lives, to experience joy and wholeness. Together the client and I look to find the patterns that prevent them from having the life they want.
(425) 224-6747
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Arlington, Washington 98223
Steven M Altabef, Counselor  in Arlington
“I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with a Master's Degree in Counseling. I also have a Master of Divinity Degree which has been very useful in dealing with those struggling with spiritual issues. Currently I am doing most of my work with four groups of people: 1) those with depression; 2) those with anxiety; 3) men with sex/pornography addictions; and 4) people in church-type ministry who are experiencing some level of burn-out.
(425) 998-7646
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Arlington, Washington 98223
Dana Laffin, Psychologist  in Arlington
“Are you feeling lost or stuck? As is life is passing you by? Bothered by old memories? I work with people everyday who struggle with depression, anxiety, trauma, addiction, identity confusion, relationship problems, or feel like their emotions are out of control. The first call for help might seem intimidating. But, once you make it you'll know you've taken the first step toward feeling better. Growth and change is often difficult and painful, but the pain and fear you're feeling is probably worse. I will provide you with non-judgmental support and careful guidance through this process.
(425) 954-6919
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Arlington, Washington 98223
Kimberly Miller  in Arlington
“I work primarily with adults in individual therapy as well as offering specialized therapy groups. My distinct specialty is working with individuals and families affected by mood disorders (bipolar & depression). I also work with individuals and their families affected by schizophrenia, PTSD, anxiety, sexual abuse & assault, dissociative disorders, psychosis, and related issues & diagnosable psychiatric "disorders". Counseling with individuals is collaborative. Your identified issues and goals inform our treatment plan. In therapy we will focus on your relationships since the complexity and intensity of many of our challenges are manifested and/or rooted in relationship. I also offer Skype counseling sessions.
(425) 615-7881
Office is near:
Arlington, Washington 98223
Life and Love Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Arlington
(425) 310-5509
Arlington, Washington 98223
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