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Therapists in Everett

Jenna Yun, Psychologist  in Everett
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist offering individual therapy and psychological assessment for children, adolescents, and adults. While I function mainly as a generalist, I am also a Child Mental Health Specialist. I have extensive experience working with children and adolescents dealing with anxiety, depression, attention-deficit hyperactivity, limited social skills, troubled parent-child interactions/parenting, and trauma. I also work with adult clients to find solutions to their struggles with anxiety, depression, and interpersonal difficulties. Treatment is tailored to each individual and incorporates techniques from Cognitive-Behavioral, Interpersonal, Emotion-Focused, Motivational Interviewing, Parent-Child Interaction,and Experiential therapies.
(425) 329-6911
Everett, Washington 98201
Joan Durocher Howe, Counselor  in Everett
“It is my goal to help others understand what it is in their life that is preventing them from moving forward and together we can discover how you can change those things in order to reach your full potential.
(425) 947-5710
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
“I hold a significant interest in the assessment and evaluation of a broad range of difficulties that parents may be struggling to understand or manage with their child. Perhaps your child is struggling in school and you would like to have a clear sense of their strengths and weaknesses and any areas that warrant extra support or intervention. Perhaps you are wondering what you can do to manage your child's social and/or emotional difficulties. My goal is to provide comprehensive evaluation in an effort to gain diagnostic clarity and sound clinical recommendations.
(425) 368-5701
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.
(425) 336-3203
Everett, Washington 98201
Kathi L Jackson, Psychologist  in Everett
“I provide psychotherapy to older children, adolescents, and adults. Common issues include depression, anxiety, and coping with life stressors such as relationships, school issues, work issues, and parenting. My primary approach is cognitive-behavioral, teaching clients how their thoughts and actions affect their feelings. I integrate a wide variety of approaches, however, depending on the needs of the individual client. I believe in focusing on the strengths and resources of the client, and working in a collaborative partnership. The therapeutic relationship is most effective when the client feels that they are being treated in a respectful, nonjudgmental and compassionate manner.
(425) 374-7225
Everett, Washington 98201
Linda Albert, Counselor  in Everett
“I offer individual therapy for adults & adolescents. My approach is to be real, actively engaged, and supportive of your process, as you work through difficult issues. I believe that change can happen when you allow yourself to start where you are at in the present moment. I offer compassionate support and encouragement, and help you build new skills, including developing mindful awareness, as you make new choices that support you personal growth. I believe that you can become more self- accepting, self aware and empowered in your life as you heal and grow. I utilize an eclectic approach depending on your own individual needs.
(425) 728-8902
Everett, Washington 98201
Owen J Bargreen, Psychologist  in Everett
“I am dedicated to helping people work through issues, such as depression, anxiety, relationship problems, and many other clinical areas. My approach to therapy is eclectic in nature. This approach is such that I may tailor plans for emotional improvement based on the individual. Certain forms of therapy work better for certain emotional problems; thus, I feel that employing an eclectic approach helps me utilize the best or most effective methods for each specific problem. I will do everything I can to help you feel happier, more alive and more productive. I look forward to meeting you soon.
(425) 835-3926
Everett, Washington 98201
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
Ray Gutman-Pazder, Counselor  in Everett
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, MHP, LMHC, CMHS, CDPT
“Life stressors and challenges affect people of all ages, including children, adolescents and adults. While most may prefer to face them alone, receiving support from an outside perspective is at times the biggest gift you can give your-self and the people you love the most. Together, we can explore ways to ease the challenges and promote a healthy relationship that you can have with yourself and others. Children often face many challenges that we as adults might not fully understand or know how to manage. At times these internal emotions become difficult behaviors to support or challenge.
(425) 341-1174
Everett, Washington 98208
Liz Elliott, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Everett
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“When we are facing a challenging time in our life, it is normal to feel overwhelmed or frightened. Often our challenges let us know that life must change, but we don't know what the next step should be. Sometimes we see the next step but are afraid of making a mistake or upsetting those we care about. Facing challenges is part of being human and it is during our challenging times that we have the best opportunity for growth. Let me help you take the next step toward your best future.
(425) 654-4882
Everett, Washington 98201
Susan Renee Mausshardt, Counselor  in Everett
“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
Everett, Washington 98201
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
Michelle Langstraat, Counselor  in Everett
“I'm passionate about helping bring healing and change to peoples' lives. I do this by creating an emotionally safe environment where the individual feels heard and understood as they move together towards their goals.I bring experience in working with children affected with behavior problems, ADHD, sexual assault and other childhood issues. I work with children using different modes of play therapy. I look forward to working with parents and their child to create a positive therapeutic experience for all. Additionally, I have experience working with teens in crisis from physical & sexual abuse, as well as other teen issues.
(425) 409-6021
Everett, Washington 98201
Becky McGuire, Counselor  in Everett
“I understand entering psychotherapy is an important decision and may stir up many feelings. Working through them can be a transformative process that has the potential for healing and growth. Psychotherapy provides you with a confidential forum to explore your life, solve problems and receive relief from emotional distress. The essence of psychotherapy resides in the relationship that is created as we talk together about your concerns. Psychotherapy works because talking together about your life, from a therapeutic stance, creates a healing bond. As this bond develops and deepens, you will be able to more clearly understand your emotional blueprint.
(425) 610-8882
Everett, Washington 98208
Jann Finley, Counselor  in Everett
“So you've made the decision to seek counseling and you are looking through all the profiles to see who can help you. You need not look any further. I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor with years of experience helping my clients through the worst of times. I have been described as friendly and approachable. My office space is safe and comfortable. My counseling approach is client centered and focused on what will help you on your path of relief from which you suffer. You've made it this far...let me help you the rest of the way.
(425) 318-7588
Everett, Washington 98203
“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
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
Kay Reimers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Everett
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker I offer specialized education and training in clinical social work. Social Work influence is strength based and solution focused. Treatment is interactive, assisting you to identify areas of personal strengths; and use these strengths to address life stressors. Goal of our therapeutic relationship will be to facilitate emotional growth emphasizing self determination and client directed therapy. As Parent Educator, I work with parents seeking to gain knowledge to prevent behavior problems and when needed gain skills to reduce and correct disruptive behaviors
(425) 247-1749
Everett, Washington 98208
Deep Waters Counseling, PLLC, Counselor  in Everett
“Are you having struggles with parenting issues, having couples/marital difficulties, are an adolescent trying to figure out life, are in need of stress reduction and relaxation techniques, or are a loved one(s) of those suffering from addiction and are trying to cope? Deep Waters Counseling, PLLC can help. Are you engaging in addictive behaviors and don't understand why, and experiencing the often accompanying anxiety, depression, shame, and guilt that stems from those behaviors? Deep Waters Counseling, PLLC can help.
(360) 972-3669
Everett, Washington 98203
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