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Therapists in Everett

Wellness Trance Hypnotherapy,   in Everett
“Do you want to see powerful results from your very first visit? Do you want to experience the potency of modern hypnotherapy techniques? Are you willing to welcome the change in your life? At Wellness Trance Hypnotherapy, we'll help you get there! Once you enter the door of my office, you enter a no judgment zone. We focus on solutions tailored to you. I empower young adults and adults to Stop Smoking, Overcome Anxiety/Fear/Phobia, Break Addiction, Boost Self-Confidence, Improve Sexual Dysfunction, Shed Weight, Improve Study/Concentration/Sports Performance, etc. Your visit may change your life forever!
(206) 552-0924
Everett, Washington 98201
Mindy Mowers, Counselor  in Everett
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LMHC, CMHS, CART
“I have a dual Master of Arts Degree in Mental Health Counseling and Child, Couple, Family Therapy. I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), a Child Mental Health Specialist(CMHS) and a Certified Anger Resolution Therapist (CART). I have worked in Inpatient & Outpatient Treatment, School, Probation, Rehabilitation (Psychiatric, Drug/Alcohol) as well as facilitating Individual, Family, Couple, and Group Therapy since 2001.
(425) 780-7938
Everett, Washington 98201
Stephen Greenhouse, Psychologist  in Everett
“I'm a licensed clinical psychologist and focus on treating adults, teens, and couples. My specialty includes the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders, anger management, and grief/loss recovery work. I also work with individuals struggling with relationship, career, and identity issues. While working with therapy clients, I combine interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, and system approaches to help change unhealthy patterns in emotions, thoughts, and relationships. I find that good therapy includes the discovery and building of strengths and opportunities for change. My work is a rare privilege. I enjoy it immensely! For more information please consult my professional website.
(425) 224-6631
Everett, Washington 98201
Kathryn Sawyer, Psychologist  in Everett
“I primarily do a type of therapy called Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. This approach is practical and focused on the present. We will work to identify your goals for therapy, and each week will practice skills, or set smaller goals, to work towards your ultimate goals for therapy. If you are seeking help with anxiety, treatment will probably involve a technique called exposure that has been shown to help people with anxiety problems. If you are seeking help with depression, stress, or managing chronic physical health problems, treatment will focus on helping you to gradually implement lifestyle changes that improve your physical and mental well being.
(425) 259-1366
Everett, Washington 98201
Cairn House  in Everett
“We all experience difficulties and overwhelming emotions at times in our lives. But its how we react that determines the degree to which we suffer. We can't escape life's moments of pain but we can exercise life skills to overcome suffering, anxiety and depression. Develop effective coping and problem solving skills. Manage your feelings and avoid reacting in destructive ways. [Certified Dialectical Behavior Therapist - DBT]
(425) 341-1439
Everett, Washington 98201
Brenda Ruttenberg, Psychologist  in Everett
“My clients seek counseling, guidance, support and new skills to resolve issues. We work together to explore personal and family relationships which can include work-related problems and concerns. As a result of counseling, communication skills, perspective and attitude improve, self confidence and depression improve. I specialize in the treatment of depression and mood disorders, anxiety, panic, trauma, PTSD, and chronic health issues in a safe and comfortable environment. I work with pre-teens(ages 11and above), adolescents, adults of all ages, and couples. Psych testing (ADD) and evaluations for agencies, attorneys, and immigration hardship cases are provided in both English and Spanish.
(206) 745-0939
Everett, Washington 98203
Jessica H Gonzales, Psychiatric Nurse  in Everett
“I work collaboratively with my patients on developing treatment goals that best suits their needs. By working together we will establish a therapeutic relationship and develop strategies for treating symptoms, coping with life's stressors, as well as managing medications. While medication management is an important concept of what we will work on together, this is only one portion of successful treatment. Mental health issues are seldom addressed by medication alone. We will work together to find the best solutions and if therapy will be helpful for your individual situation, I will work with you to find a therapist who fits your needs.
(425) 742-4600
Everett, Washington 98208
Paulina A Kisselev, Psychologist  in Everett
“Anxiety and depression can be debilitating and can interfere with your life. I understand and enjoy helping people who feel this way overcome these obstacles and reach their full potential. In therapy, I use listening, empathy, humor, and interpretation to achieve your goals. It is important to have a good fit with your therapist, so I encourage your to call and come in for one session to see if you feel comfortable working with me. If you are ready to face your fears and to uncover some truths about yourself, I will be honored to guide you through this process.
(425) 780-5985 x106
Everett, Washington 98208
Amy S. Clark, Psychologist  in Everett
“I believe that to successfully address the issues you bring to therapy, it is necessary for us to establish a confidential and trusting relationship. We will explore your thoughts and feelings in relation to the problems that made you seek therapy, establish goals for your treatment, and discuss your personal history, as it is relevant to your present situation. Through both of our efforts, we will do the best we can to achieve a successful outcome.
(425) 610-7896
Everett, Washington 98203
Elijah Bolton, Counselor  in Everett
“I have a great deal of empathy and compassion for the human experience and truly enjoy helping individuals or couples get their lives back together. If you are having trouble with anxiety, panic attacks, depression, self esteem, relationships, troubling thoughts, childhood trauma, or something else, I would be happy to help. Sometimes problems are too big and too deep to handle alone or with a friend. As a trained professional I have the genuine desire, patience, time, wisdom, and clinical expertise to journey beside you into the depths and darkness of your problems in order to help you resolve them.
(425) 654-2989
Everett, Washington 98201
Brian Splinter, Counselor  in Everett
“Are you feeling like you can't get going? That there is too much pressure? Your relationship isn't what it used to be? I believe that I can help you figure out what is ailing you and then collaborate on a plan to help you cope with those issues and better your life. I have over 7 years experience working in the mental health field with children, teens, young adults, adults, and older adults (geriatric). My clients comprise all cultural, racial, sexual, gender, and economic backgrounds, including different sexual/gender orientations. LGBTQQAI-friendly.
(253) 313-1462
Everett, Washington 98201
Aleta Wellness Counseling, Counselor  in Everett
“Aleta Wellness Counseling supports adults and older adults, their families, caregivers and providers with mental health, wellness and life transitions. Kris Lau, MA, MHP, GMHS, LMHC has over 20 years of experience providing supportive counseling and has been described by clients and colleagues as empathic and compassionate with a special interest in supporting clients with life and health transitions, focusing on a wellness model.
(360) 310-4819
Everett, Washington 98201
Nancy M Turner, Psychiatric Nurse  in Everett
“Hello, my name is Nancy Turner ARNP. I am a Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Practitioner. I am licensed to perform assessments, manage and prescribe medication, and discuss therapies tailored to your individual needs. I enjoy serving the both the adult population and older adult population. As a registered nurse I was privileged to work with in both the medical and psychiatric fields of nursing, many years with the geriatric population. I believe these experiences have helped me understand the importance of the mind-body-spirit connection. When any of these components are not balanced, an individual often needs help finding ways to obtain stability.
(360) 558-3208
Everett, Washington 98208
Enika Cocoli Bowen, Psychologist  in Everett
“I am a clinical psychologist in private practice. My work is with adults who seek help for relationship concerns, depression, anxiety, attention deficits, substance use/abuse, problems related with where they are in life, and many other questions that come up in daily life. Different people have different stories. Different stories bring up different questions. Psychotherapy or counseling sessions are conversations about what is on your mind, your stories, your questions, your fears, your desires. An open and honest dialogue is possible in an atmosphere of listening and thinking. Our sessions are private and confidential.
(360) 529-3284
Everett, Washington 98201
Pat Martinelli, Counselor  in Everett
“As a client-focused, strength based, brief therapist I believe clients lead the way. It is my privilege to help you move towards your goals through self awareness and skills-based guidance. A person is much more than a diagnosis and at times labels can get in the way. Changes that match who a person is and where they are in their life lead to success. What we create together should be manageable so that "better" continues after our relationship ends.
(866) 915-4756
Everett, Washington 98201
Erika Baxter, Counselor  in Everett
“I view therapy as an opportunity to become fully human; which means we learn to be free, unique, and truly connected to others. When we operate from this place of love, not fear, life becomes abundant. I work from a positive perspective that is both challenging and supportive simultaneously. Some people come to me to grow in areas of peak performance and others come to break free from the gridlock they experience in their significant relationships. Many people are stuck in a depressive or anxious cycle that doesn't allow them to be authentic in how they engage the world.
(425) 241-3098
Everett, Washington 98201
“Finding a therapist can be a daunting task. I believe that the therapist-client relationship is very important and is key to productive therapeutic work. I work with depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Many times the pressures of life will lead clients to seek counseling to deal with relationship and family issues. I am a co-occurring disorder therapist which means I also have credentials in addiction. Many of my clients may have a mental health issue as well as an addictive disorder. I work with couples as well as GLBT clients. I return all phone calls.
(425) 276-7446
Everett, Washington 98203
Michelle Enterline, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Everett
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSWA
“Do you experience feelings of sadness or hopelessness? Are you having problems in your relationships, at work or with your loved ones, your partner or your children? Perhaps areas of your life no longer seem as satisfying as they once did. I believe that as we navigate the waters of life, we are constantly adjusting to the subtle and profound changes put before us. How we experience those changes, as sadness or hopelessness, loss or opportunity, with sadness or joy determines the course we will follow. How we move forward is unique and personal, yet no one needs to navigate the journey alone.
(425) 324-3918
Everett, Washington 98201
Jane Turnbull, PsyD Assessment &Therapy Services, Psychologist  in Everett
“Respectfully, collaboratively, and non-judgmentally my goal is to work with you to find solutions to recent or longstanding issues in your life. All individuals experience stress. When an ineffective pattern of coping with difficulties exists, you may feel overwhelmed, stuck,and self-defeated. One key to a successfull and joyful life is having the ability to cope with challenges in a more productive and healthy manner. Together we will explore how you can implement changes that will give you the opportunity to become the unique person you would like to be.
(206) 535-1437
Everett, Washington 98201
Kristin Schaaf, Psychologist  in Everett
“I provide psychotherapy to individuals and couples. I also do hypnotherapy and psychological evaluations. My theoretical orientation depends on your needs and the type of therapy you are seeking. In order for psychotherapy to be effective, there must be openness and trust, commitment to change, and an attitude of collaboration between client and therapist. Together we will explore the problems that led you into therapy, discuss your past as it is relevant to your present situation, and establish goals for your treatment.
(425) 321-0299 x2
Everett, Washington 98203
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