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Therapists in Kennewick

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Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“My ideal clients are couples who are highly motivated to heal their marital bond, and who will risk making themselves emotionally vulnerable to each other in order to "get unstuck" and heal. When I meet with individuals, those who benefit the most from my services are likewise heavily motivated to change unhealthy patterns, who come to each session with specific goals and who have an obvious desire to do whatever is necessary to accomplish these goals.
(509) 563-7722
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Thomas Adams, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kennewick
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MDiv
“I work with people who want to stop hurting inside or stop hurting someone they love - individuals, couples adolescents and families - specifically those who feel stuck doing the same things over without positive results. I work with clients who know something needs to change but they don't know how, or they have been victims of a traumatic experience. My clients are motivated, willing to try new things, and want to feel better and improve their relationships with other people. They often have a secret fear that their problems are insurmountable, or the hurt from their past can never be overcome. My clients get results.
(509) 774-5186
Kennewick, Washington 99336
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The benefits of counseling can be vast. Working on personal problems in therapy can help bring added meaning to your life, help you to learn excellent conflict resolution skills, and improve your marriage. You can be taught techniques to relieve stress and overcome depression and anxiety, as well as improve your self-esteem. As a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Kris Ames works to assist individuals and/or couples resolve issues so life becomes more manageable. As a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker Kris Ames works to assist individuals and/or couples resolve issues so your life becomes more manageable.
(509) 774-3286 x99336
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Brenda Hollingsworth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kennewick
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“My goal is to come along side you by engaging in conversation that brings healing, builds your coping skills, and provides education and resources encouraging your growth and change. I will partner with you to improve your quality of life by bringing clarity, curiosity and compassion to whatever you are experiencing, whether depression, anxiety, out of control emotions, low self-esteem, relationship struggles, a life transition, grief, or an issue uniquely yours. Counseling is a joint effort, which cannot be successful without your hard work, energy and courage. I invite you to contact me to work together toward your goals.
(509) 774-5637
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Jenifer Munson, Counselor  in Kennewick
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Counselor, MEd, LMHC, CMHS, DMHS
“Each person has the ability to create their own experiences-to develop new skills and change those things which no longer serves us. At times, we need support and assistance, someone who can provide optimism, hope, and guidance, so that we may unlock our healing abilities, gain insight, grow, and change. Every person has the capacity to create peace within themselves and their lives. In order to support each client's growth, I work collaboratively with client's family, school, and community support systems so that the insight & development achieved through the counseling process will endure beyond the last session.
(509) 202-4031
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Kristi Brown, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kennewick
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“My counseling approach utilizes systems theory to identify problems within the context of the system where they began.. Instead of seeing problems residing within the individual, I look at how the entire system contributes to the problem formation. The system generates the problem and the two are maintained by each other, and behavior is understood in the context of it's' environment. Together in a caring and respectful environment, we will discover together your goal for the best version of your future going forward. Life coaching is an integral aspect of my treatment protocol.
(509) 769-3404
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Maria (Teresa) Avalos, Counselor  in Kennewick
“Everyone has personal strengths and self determination. We all think, feel and behave but sometimes life stressors, personal and relationship issues can interfere in our ability to function, to achieve our goals and to enjoy our life. I will provide effective counseling and teach you coping skills that you will be able to use throughout your life. I have vast experience in the treatment of mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety etc. I also provide counseling for life and work issues.
(509) 783-7416
Kennewick, Washington 99336
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
“I have been a clinical social worker for over 40 years. My training has taken me from psychoanalytic training to the more recent trends of mindfulness. My passion has always been to help clients reach their optimum potential---to unlock the courage to resolve their conflicts. As I work with families that have been involved in high conflict divorce, I strive to bring balance as the families adjust to their new configuration. I believe the ideal situation for children of divorce is to have parents who encourage and continue to support positive, nurturing relationships with each other.
(509) 350-2827
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Brian Clemmons, Counselor  in Kennewick
“I take an approach to patient care that can be characterized by empathy, warmth, compassion, and flexibility to the experiences and backgrounds of others. I consider the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of each patient's issues. I help others not only identify patterns of behavior that are maladaptive to life but also teach tools and skills to help others change and grow.
(509) 350-8854
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Nicholas Shockman, Psychologist  in Kennewick
“My goal in starting my practice in the Tri-Cities is to bring quality, affordable, and professional care to the area where I grew up. I have worked in a variety of different areas in the country, with a wide range of clientele, however my goal was always to return to this area and set up a private practice to assist in the mental health needs of the community. I have experience in several modes of treatment, and specialize in working collaboratively with clients on wide variety of mental health issues.
(509) 728-9821
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Jenny Tegrotenhuis, Counselor  in Kennewick
“Listening with empathy and skillfully applying proven therapies, I will help you with relationship distress and personal challenges. I am experienced with concerns of mind, body and spirit that contribute to anxiety, depression, mood and relationship issues. Working with couples to create satisfying marriages of growth and transformation is a passion of mine. Teens and tweens are some of my favorite clients, allowing me to utilize skills from my UC Berkeley graduate degree in Education. I enjoy working with adults to resolve issues and move into a healthy future. (Currently, I'm not accepting new clients, Please check back in the future.)
(509) 731-4904
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Marci Miller-Pilsbury, Counselor  in Kennewick
“Difficulties in life can affect your ability to attain your potential and enjoy yourself. "Don't wait for something big to occur. Start where you are, with what you have, and that will always lead you into something greater." - Mary Manin Morrissey. Sometimes, all that's missing is the belief that things can be better.
(509) 987-1712
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Patricia J Cochran, Counselor  in Kennewick
“I have been a counselor for 14 years. I strive to create a safe environment in which the client is able to explore and identify areas of their life that have been problematic. It is important to me to get to know my clients and meet them on a moment-to-moment basis and help by entering their world. My approach focuses on the person and assists in the growth process.
(509) 309-0944
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Lepha Johnson, Counselor  in Kennewick
“I received both my BS in Nutrition and my MA in Counseling from Bastyr University. My passion is in preventing and treating eating disorders. I have specializing in treating eating disorders for over 9 years. I spent two years working for a residential treatment center and then two years designing and running a partial hospitalization program for eating disorders in Seattle. I have worked with a wide variety of eating disorders as well as helping clients with disordered eating; i.e. chronic history of yo-yo dieting, weight management, emotional overeating, sugar addiction, dissatisfaction with body image, trauma, and more.
(509) 872-5097
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Carolyn Sargent Counseling, Counselor  in Kennewick
“Walking alongside individuals and families as they seek wellness and growth is my honor and joy! My approach with individuals is relational, collaborative, and direct. Further, I respect how difficult it can be to take a first step in seeking partnership with a counselor; thus, my goal is to help you feel comfortable and supported through this process. My work often involves assisting individuals in exploration of past experiences that are contributing to present-day difficulties with intimacy, other relationship struggles, coping, and overall functioning.
(509) 566-4264
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Integrate Counseling Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kennewick
“I feel passionate about working with individuals who are longing to find or reconnect with a sense of Self. They are often women, searching for identity as they transition to independence; women who are moms and/or wives who have focused on other's needs and have lost sight of their own; women who are grieving a death, divorce or experiencing a life transition; women who have been or who are in abusive and/or confusing relationship(s).
(509) 295-6204
Kennewick, Washington 99337
Kenneth C Cole, Counselor  in Kennewick
“Dr. Cole practices therapy from a Client-centered perspective, which holds fundamental assumptions about individuals and the therapeutic process; the actualizing tendency of every person and the self-authority of the client. Client-centered therapy is focused on individual differences and not predicated on an authoritative therapist doing something predetermined to the client. This approach assumes a basic trust in the person and on the actualizing tendency present in every person to grow, develop, and realize their full potential; a constructive directional flow toward a more complex and complete personal development. It's this directional flow that therapy aims to release.
(509) 724-2144
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Heather Holben, Counselor  in Kennewick
“It is my daily privilege to help others discover the health and happiness that they deserve. I use a collaborative, direct approach and humor as much as possible in order to provide each client with a safe, non-judgmental, supportive counseling experience. It is my goal that each client becomes an expert on the topic that brought them in to therapy, armed with tangible information and tools to help them manage life and fully enjoy it.
(509) 774-5438
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Lara Shemali, Counselor  in Kennewick
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Counselor, MEd, LMHC, CMHS, MHP
“In my practice, you are part of the partnership we create professionally to move toward health, improved quality of life, improved relationships, overall sense of well-being, and achievement of personal goals. I invite you to participate in goal setting, treatment planning, and between-session work. I will work with your strengths and unique skill set in a nonjudgmental, comforting environment within a problem solving framework. Fee for service is $75 payable to me at each visit. I will bill insurance for your reimbursement. Please check with your carrier to ensure your repayment percentage. Sliding fee available for qualified patients. Evening appointments available upon request.
(509) 563-7389
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Denise Janell Dietz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kennewick
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MFT, EdD, MS
“My therapeutic approach involves teamwork with my client to provide a trusting relationship, where goals and hope for the future result. This holistic approach recognizes the worth of each individual & healing for first the spirit, then mind and body. My therapeutic experience includes working with individuals, students, children, families & groups with relationship issues, anxiety, mood disorders, depression, and much more. I specialize in working with abused, neglected, and/or abandoned women & their children. My experience with couples and families includes focusing on each individual and then their relationship with each other, working with a 'no shame or blame' basis.
(509) 309-0073
Kennewick, Washington 99337

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