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Therapists in Moses Lake

Pamela Duggan, Counselor  in Moses Lake
“My training and experience over the last fifteen years has equipped me to assist individuals, couples and families. Individual goals may be of making peace with your past, improving self confidence or resolving stuck issues and moving forward. I have extensive training in treating anxiety disorders and trauma. I also have training and experience with children and parent issues. I enjoy helping parents learn skills to help their children. Before working in the mental health field I was a certified teacher and had specialties in reading and learning disabilities.
(509) 795-0646
Moses Lake, Washington 98837
April Shipowick-Smith, Counselor  in Moses Lake
“With over 18 years experience, I provide counseling to meet the needs of individuals, couples, and families. My approach is highly personalized and tailored to individual needs as the client strives to attain personal growth. I have treatment specialization in: Depression, Anxiety and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD); Couples Counseling; Family Counseling; Grief Counseling; Addiction Recovery Counseling; Stress Management; Co-Occurring Disorders; Trauma. I work with a wide range of emotional, behavioral and addiction issues including depression, parenting support, couples counseling, chemical dependency/addiction issues, court related issues and beyond. All therapy services are provided in a comfortable and supportive atmosphere.
(509) 667-0679
Office is near:
Moses Lake, Washington 98837
Dianne Hansen, Counselor  in Moses Lake
“I have been a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in Washington State for over 20 years. With a keen understanding of physical, mental and behavioral development, I am able to gain insight on issues that children and adolescents experience, whether it's difficulty staying attentive and engaged with schoolwork or experiencing thoughts and feelings of depression or another mental health concern. I also work with adults, couples and families and encourage personal growth and self-awareness in all of my clients.
(509) 822-5854
Office is near:
Moses Lake, Washington 98837
Brett Rene McDonald, Counselor  in Moses Lake
“I mostly treat eating disorders, but I also have experience and skill working with depression, anxiety, PTSD and relational issues. I co-founded an Eating Disorders Treatment program called The Dragonfly Retreat, in Lake Chelan, WA. Please look us up at
(509) 679-4556
Office is near:
Moses Lake, Washington 98837
Pam Alworth, Counselor  in Moses Lake
“I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and hold a Master of Science degree from Seattle Pacific University. I work primarily with individuals,couples and families in a therapeutic/clinical setting, addressing a wide range of personal and relationship issues including: depression, anxiety, trauma, sexual abuse, family/relationship conflicts, self-esteem and life transitions. I believe that life experience and relationships shape how one perceives the world and one's self. Because of this, people become stuck in patterns that can bind them in unhealthy/dysfunctional ways.
(509) 822-5893
Office is near:
Moses Lake, Washington 98837
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