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Therapists in Kennewick

Christopher McBride, Counselor  in Kennewick
“As Individuals, couples and families we get stuck from time to time. We get stuck working through old wounds, triggered by new wounds, or worried about wounds yet to come. Our choices may narrow or our choices may seem only like bad choices. There is a way out. Psychotherapy can be a positive life altering experience. It takes courage and hard work. If you're feeling stuck in life, call me for a phone consultation. Together, we can find ways to get unstuck.
(509) 774-2591
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Ronda Coston, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Kennewick
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTA
“Like ripples in water, growth and healing in one area of your life gradually reaches new places. I approach therapy as a joint effort to work though the pain at your center, grow in awareness and acceptance and move towards appropriate action. If you or your child are going through an emotionally trying or mentally exhausting time and want to make positive changes, grow and heal, I look forward to working with you. I hope our work will be a source of support, strength, renewal and hope.
(509) 578-0231
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Tracy Lynn Mullen, Counselor  in Kennewick
“My approach to mental health is holistic, which means I incorporate methods of treatment aside from strictly talk therapy. I believe it is important to take a look at a client's lifestyle - support networks (family and friends), nutrition, exercise, stress management, sleeping and waking patterns, mindfulness, fun, relaxation, sense of community, managing finances, self-care, etc. in order to help the client find their balance and feel their very best.
(509) 774-3186
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
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
Thomas Adams, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kennewick
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Life Solutions Counseling and Consulting, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kennewick
“Amanda provides a safe environment where clients can focus on identified areas of growth & healing. She believes that effective therapy is based on trust, while focusing on areas of strength to achieve desired goals. We do we do not all fit into a one-size-fits-all model or approach to therapy, as everyone is uniquely different. During the past 14 years, she has served as Teacher, a Children's Counselor, Sexual Assault & Grief Counselor, Therapeutic Group Facilitator, School Social Worker, Parenting Instructor, & Director of a Family Bereavement Center. Also, she is a co-author of a book for clinicians.
(509) 774-3913
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
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
Conner Counseling and Consulting, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kennewick
“Karin hopes to offer a warm, supportive environment for clients to explore their areas of strength, and their areas for potential growth. As an LICSW and LMHC, Karin specializes in individual, child and family counseling. Karin is faculty at university level, and supervises other clinicians working towards licensure. Karin is a master trainer in AMSR (assessing and managing suicide risk, a training for therapists, doctors, nurses and other mental health professionals). Karin is director of a social work organization that promotes equality through social work, and is clinical supervisor at a program for youth.
(509) 397-7691
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Heather Cooper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kennewick
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CMHS
“Most of my clinical career has been serving juvenile justice involved, incarcerated youthful offenders with significant mental health needs. I am able to quickly build relationships and begin working towards change. I recognize that when a person is seeking help it isn't their best day or period of time in their life. No matter your history or what you may have to share, I am ready to assist. I will treat you with the utmost of respect and in a confidential manner. My goal is to always send you out the door feeling better than when you came in.
(509) 774-5856
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Lindsay P. Dye, Counselor  in Kennewick
“I view counseling as a chance for you to explore a deeper understanding of yourself while working to achieve a complete and healthy life. In our time together, I hope to develop a trusting therapeutic relationship from which we can identify strengths, support, and effective measures to be taken toward living a more meaningful life. With the use of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), psychoeducation, and the incorporation of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) techniques, we will examine how to overcome internal and external obstacles to reach our goals by understanding the past, but working toward changing the future.
(509) 654-9018
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Jessica L Long, Psychologist  in Kennewick
“I consider it my privilege to join individuals and families on their journeys towards wellness! My approach is supportive, collaborative, and often emphasizes development of skills and enhancement of already-present skills (e.g., coping, conflict resolution, parenting). I consider humor an essential ingredient! I have worked with children, adolescents, adults, and older adults, in a variety of settings such as outpatient, inpatient, and residential, and have prior experience in CPS and adoption services.
(509) 774-3880
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Richard M Ostrom, Psychologist  in Kennewick
“Sometimes life can feel chaotic. With all of the daily stress it's easy to feel lost and even hopeless. Instead, life can be lived with gratitude, contentment, fulfillment and hope. I believe that we all have a right to happiness. Don't rob yourself of that right. If you're struggling, don't hesitate to contact me. I have complete confidence that working as a team we can meet your goals. Clients view me as always professional, but down to earth.
(509) 587-4560
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
Jenifer Munson, Counselor  in Kennewick
Verified by Psychology Today
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
Julia Cruzen, Counselor  in Kennewick
“I enjoy working with adults struggling with challenging aspects or times in their lives. I use knowledge learned within the last thirteen years in the mental health field to assist clients in challenging the ways they react to their lives in order to live more freely in the moment. I strive to have a non-judgemental and empathetic approach to encourage strong rapport and trust in a private setting.
(509) 987-1712
Kennewick, Washington 99336
“Life is ever changing and there are times when we need someone who is impartial and nonjudgmental to help us through. As a licensed counselor I provide that support as well as a safe environment for individuals to express themselves freely and openly without fear of being shamed, embarrassed or criticized for their thoughts and/or feelings. I see many clients with depression and anxiety and have found Cognitive therapy has many benefits. The skill of mindfulness is one that I practice daily and, after teaching the client, encourage them to use it on a daily basis.
(509) 774-5972 x17
Kennewick, Washington 99336
Cynthia Benson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Kennewick
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, NCACII
“The most rewarding and fulfilling times in our lives are the times when we feel respected, connected and heard. Often, we feel that our efforts fall short or we are just unable to communicate our desired intentions, either at work or in our personal or family relationships. Sometimes, we need the help of a professional therapist to improve our self-esteem, become more effective communicators or enhance our relationship dynamics. Ms. Benson specializes in helping her clients achieve understanding and mastery over their issues.
(509) 822-5149
Kennewick, Washington 99336

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