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Therapists in Bellingham

Patricia A Marek, Psychologist  in Bellingham
“Psychological science has developed myriad ways to assist people in bettering their experience of living. As a Doctor of Clinical Psychology, I have completed extensive graduate school training (6 years) in many approaches for assessing, understanding, and treating a broad spectrum of human concerns. I enjoy collaborating with my clients as they pursue growth in the wake of painful life events, and seek to optimize their personal strength and satisfaction. I consider it an honor to be doing this work.
(360) 320-6940
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Jupe Johnson, Counselor  in Bellingham
“There are times in life when we find ourselves wondering what we can do to handle certain challenges. Sometimes, a bit of help is needed to move on from difficulties, transitions, relational issues, and unexpected events of our lives that challenge us. It is possible to find opportunity and healing where none was thought to exist before. We can gain new insights, and grow from our experiences. Jupe can be helpful as you explore and accept what is and eventually grow and heal in your life. There are always choices, and always room to grow, heal and change.
(360) 303-6294
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Claire E Mannino, Counselor  in Bellingham
“What if you could take control of your past, present and future? With a little support, you can. Everyone can benefit from a little, or a lot, of counseling. I offer a FREE consultation to get things started. Counseling should not be scary or stressful. My goal is to create a safe space where you can be honest and real. It takes great courage to seek help. To heal, grow and thrive people need a truly non-judgmental space in which to explore strengths, weaknesses, fears, past, present, and hopes for the future. I am real, kind, honest, and trustworthy.
(253) 655-2713
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Karen King, Counselor  in Bellingham
“You know yourself best, and are already doing positive things that are helping to solve the problems you have. My job is to help you and your family recognize the skills and abilities you already possess, as well as help you find the solutions you need. I view myself as the expert at the change you want to make, and you are the expert of you. This is our core philosophy that will characterize our work together.
(360) 529-3544
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Naomi Rudo, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bellingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My work emphasizes supportive attention to individual and family strengths that open the way for personal change. This process involves insight-oriented exploration with an experiential focus on awareness of emotions and relationship patterns. I provide both brief and long-term psychotherapy, using integrative techniques: *Emotion Focused, Interpersonal, *Cognitive-behavioral, *Expressive Arts, Play Therapy. I work with you to change negative cycles of feeling, thinking, and doing which interrupt personal and relationship well-being, and re-direct energy and attention to what you need and want for your life.
(360) 807-5560
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Lori Nash, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bellingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LMHC
“My approach is to therapy is collaborative, holistic and solution-focused. I offer gentle and supportive, yet action-oriented psychotherapy for couples, children, adults and families. In sessions, I'll draw upon your resiliency and strengths to help you navigate challenges such as affairs, divorce, difficulties with intimacy and sexuality, personal crisis or trauma, life transitions & parenting issues. My work utilizes a "whole person approach" to help you break destructive patterns or remove barriers that keep you stuck, frustrated and dissatisfied with your life or your relationships.
(360) 389-3914
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Sharon O'Connell, Counselor  in Bellingham
“We live in a complicated and challenging society and then, we have ourselves to deal with. Therapy is a good way to understand yourself on a deeper level so you can grow to your full potential and change the things that need to be changed. By doing so, we not only heal ourselves, but we are then a benefit to others in our life and to the world in general. I think I can help with that no matter where you are in the process.
(360) 529-5635
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Skip Suess, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bellingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, DMin, MFT
“I enjoy working with individuals and couples who are motivated and open to change and growth in order to find emotional and relational repair and wholeness. I want to first respect and understand the particular struggles and issues that initially bring people to therapy and then begin to understand their own unique story. Together we will work to clarify the goals for therapy and chart the best course for our work together. I use a broad range of approaches dependent on what might be best suited for helping each client.
(360) 339-5207 x2
Bellingham, Washington 98226
Elizabeth Chace Counseling, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I work with women, families, children, and adolescents, especially those struggling with anxiety, depression, the effects of trauma, DV, and attention deficit disorders. I am particularly passionate about women's identity development, eating disorders and body image, self care, and the myriad of struggles that arise in both young adulthood and motherhood.
(360) 205-3183
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Jeremy Houtsma, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I work with children, teens, families and college age individuals who are dealing with issues of anxiety, depression, behavioral challenges and trauma. I create a warm, welcoming and most importantly, supportive, environment for both individuals and families to explore the areas in their life that they would like to work on. I especially enjoy working with teens and young adults as these are some of the most formative times in a person's life. If you feel like we would be a good fit I look forward to hearing from you to set up an initial appointment.
(201) 509-4597
Bellingham, Washington 98226
Elizabeth B Stanton, Counselor  in Bellingham
“Do you feel anxious, depressed, confused, alone or misunderstood? Are you having difficulty communicating within your relationships, going through a big life transition or feeling pain and constriction from past traumas? During these times it is helpful to have someone listen and support you without judgement within a safe place. Everyone has a personal history that makes them unique with both strengths and vulnerabilities. I know the courage and perseverance it takes to face and feel the pain as well as embrace your gifts, strengths and light. whether as an individual or a couple I want to help you. .
(360) 310-4295
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Roberta L Hillaire, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I enjoy working with people confronting a wide range of issues. Together we work to highlight and tap into your unique personal strengths and abilities, increase your self-awareness, and identify strategies to create the outcome that will work for you. I am passionate about the interconnection of the mind, body and spirit, and the importance of connection to self and community. In my role as a therapist I see myself as a guide in a collaborative journey with you, creating balance and healing through the rediscovery of self, connection to family and community, your personal and collective wisdom.
(360) 464-9384
Bellingham, Washington 98229
Lisa Harmon, Counselor  in Bellingham
“With a mindfulness-based approach to counseling, I work with adults, adolescents, individuals and couples to develop confidence in processing and managing issues such as: chronic pain, chronic illness, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationships and life transitions. A mindful approach to counseling begins with a present and compassionate therapist and may evolve into the client learning specific mindfulness techniques, ranging from breath work to developing a personal meditation practice, as best fits each individual. Together, we may also work with cognitive-behavioral, relaxation and psychoeducational techniques to develop an awareness of the mind/body connection and how that connection is relevant to your experience.
(360) 610-4082
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Christine Phelan, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bellingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CMHS, MHP, MA
“I love to work with people who are actively seeking support for gaining clarity in any areas of stress or discomfort. It is personally fulfilling to help these clients as they work through life's issues. I provide a compassionate atmosphere that supports individual and family exploration of areas of concern; from mood, anxiety, and behavior concerns, to family/work/school/performance/relationship dynamics. Your own desire for happiness, courage and wisdom will be recognized and nourished.
(360) 524-3948
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Morgan M Mitchell, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I'm a licensed mental health counselor with an office in the beautiful and historic Fairhaven District. I focus on the importance of using a direct style of communication to empower individuals and couples to find inner strengths and make positive movement to achieve desired outcomes. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, or relationship issues, my education, experience and passion for human development and success will surely be an asset to your support system!
(360) 339-8813
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Jeffrey James Howard, Counselor  in Bellingham
“My ideal client is someone--you--who is curious about how to live a more rich, full, and rewarding life; who is willing to work on loving--and being honest with--themselves and others, about what it is they feel and, ultimately, how they they want to live. This desire to be happier, this knowing that something is amiss, need only be a faint glimmer to move in the direction of greater health, vitality, and joy. Once you have touched that love for yourself, you know that it exists and you can grow that love inside of you.
(360) 718-5545
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Pippa Breakspear, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Bellingham
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MEd, CDP, LC
“My clients tell me their stories and what they want their lives to look like; together we identify the issues, possibilities and solutions and create a plan to achieve those goals. In addition to counseling, we explore fun exercise methods, music, dance, better nutrition, how to make new friends, identify community resources, especially the cool ones, explore alternative work/school/retraining options if needed, address spiritual questions and 12-Step participation if appropriate. I work with many detox, in-patient and out-patient treatment facilities, physicians and/or psychiatric support, a variety of community resources, and potential community funding resources.
(360) 389-3950
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Nancy A Welch, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I work with all ages and understand that developmental issues continue through out the life span. I work with individuals and families to identify the developmental needs that are not being met or understood, and use cognitive/behavioral /social skills training to facilitate better communication.Through my early training and experience in clinics serving all ages, I am well-educated in issues of loss and attachment,adoption,displacement, divorce and the effects of dysfunctional parenting. Communication skills emphasizing respectful honesty and empathy are paramount in my work
(360) 587-4144
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Kimberly S. O'Brien, Counselor  in Bellingham
“My compassionate counseling style provides a safe and non-judgmental environment for the client to explore specific issues or pursue ongoing personal growth. Primarily, we will focus on what is happening for you in the present time. Although, sometimes it is helpful to discuss the past as it informs your current situation. Areas of focus are; relationship difficulties, stress reduction, post-abortion counseling, pregnancy decision making; gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender issues; anxiety, depression, sexuality, identity, grief and loss, family of origin, health concerns, life transitions, work changes/challenges, and spirituality.
(253) 200-9330
Bellingham, Washington 98225
Elizabeth Kathryn Kerwin, Counselor  in Bellingham
“I am particularly passionate about uncovering root causes for such symptoms as depression and anxiety, and assisting clients in finding a path with more meaning, ease and grace. I have a broad spiritual view, and am interested in helping clients find a path in life that nourishes them on all levels. I have an extensive background in working with couples, and in all forms of communication skills. I believe therapy should produce noticeable results, and am apt to check in about the client's direct experience that change is indeed taking place.
(360) 419-5337
Bellingham, Washington 98225

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What method of therapy is right for me?
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