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Therapists in Seattle

Marie E McNabb, Counselor  in Seattle
“A therapist and financial professional, I help you find practical and creative approaches to life change. My unique niche explores how your emotions and finances feed and trouble each other. The "money you earn" speaks about your value (but not your only value). The "money you have" makes you feel safe (or just as easily makes you anxious). The "money you spend" connects you to the economy and expresses what matters to you (but these are not pressure free decisions). Money might be self esteem, power, weapon, potential. And money is absolutely useless in the face of true problems.
(206) 673-3847
Seattle, Washington 98112
Kimbrough Allan Besheer, Counselor  in Seattle
“Many people who initially come to see me do so because they suffer from immediate practical life-problems like depression, anxiety, psychosomatic symptoms, relationship problems, a philosophical or spiritual crisis; in other words specific problems, conflicts and issues that have made it difficult to live their lives with conscious awareness and integrity.
(206) 922-8066
Seattle, Washington 98104
Debra S Mowat, Counselor  in Seattle
“Life can throw us off track at times. We may feel alone, depressed, betrayed, worried or angry. We may long to feel better, but end up feeling stuck or scared. I believe that change is possible in the safe and confidential setting of therapy, where we can look more honestly at ourselves and our circumstances. The support and understanding of another person helps us face our difficulties.
(425) 224-5915
Seattle, Washington 98102
Calvin Burnap, Counselor  in Seattle
“The work we will do together is part of a larger social justice framework that seeks collective healing and empowerment. When working together, I am sensitive to how oppression (racism, sexism, colonialism, transphobia, heterosexism, ageism, classism, ableism, etc.) can impact mental health and identity. The most important goal I have for my clients is to create a safe space to be and talk.
(206) 535-1835
Seattle, Washington 98104
Analia Castanos-Davis, Counselor  in Seattle
“You are looking for help, that is already progress! It's the most important first step towards changing the path that has kept you unhappy until now. Therapy is a long-term work, and science has proven that one of the most important factors towards creating change is the relationship between your therapist and you. I recommend you to find someone that you feel comfortable with and that inspires you to trust and to open up. My goal as a therapist is to help my clients find peace of mind and a fulfilling life with positive relationships with themselves and others.
(206) 743-9869
Seattle, Washington 98103
Mark N. Weinstein Mental Health Case Management,   in Seattle
“A life long social worker, with decades spent serving the needs of challenging populations, my focus is giving mentally ill adults and their families the necessary support to keeping their lives moving forward. This includes taking my clients to medical and psychiatric appointments, ensuring they are taking their medications properly, coordinating with family and professional support systems, giving emotional support, and handling crises. In essence, I take care of the needs that allow my clients to live independently, build self-confidence, and maximize stability. I am available to respond to clients in crisis 24/7.
(206) 569-4497
Seattle, Washington 98127
Eliza Brink, Psychiatric Nurse  in Seattle
“My first goal in treatment is to get to know my clients and understand their story. As a trained and experienced nurse practitioner, I provide comprehensive psychiatric assessments, diagnose and prescribe medication to both children and adults. I have a specific interest in working with adolescents and young adults, with most of my practice made up of clients ages 12 years and older.
(206) 429-4947
Seattle, Washington 98115
Jenn Bernert, Counselor  in Seattle
“Welcome! I'm the co-founder of Jenn and David, LLP Counseling Services. David and I have been providing therapeutic support to individuals and families for 14 years and opened a practice together in 2012. We provide parent coaching as well as therapy (individual, family, couples) on Weekends, Weekdays and Evenings - in our office or in your own home. Our interventions are grounded in cognitive, behavioral, and motivational approaches. Our counseling and coaching services give you compassionate navigation of your family, children...and yourself. Both of us are currently accepting new clients.
(206) 922-4646
Seattle, Washington 98144
Maura Freeman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Empathic listening and reflection are key to the therapeutic process and help create a safe, nonjudgmental and confidential environment. I work with clients to find a balance of support, listening and active interventions that help you seek the outcome you're looking for. One goal, in this collaborative work, is to facilitate an awareness of long-standing patterns that may not be working for the life you envision.
(206) 535-1893
Seattle, Washington 98109
Sibel A Golden, Counselor  in Seattle
“I love working with clients to find sustainable and creative approaches to life's challenges. The work is highly individualized, and is a process of discovery, finding a voice for deep emotions and authentic connection to self and others. Finding the courage, compassion, and confidence that equips one to live a wholesome and beautiful life is my goal as a therapist.
(206) 735-4877
Seattle, Washington 98103
Glenn King, Counselor  in Seattle
“Choosing to see a counselor is a courageous step full of possibility. If you have found yourself or your family feeling stuck, pursuing counseling can both restore balance and bring about lasting change. Clients have found my commitment to building on personal strengths and overcoming barriers at the client's pace, to have a lasting impact on their lives. I invite your questions and look forward to the possibility of working together.
(206) 745-4711
Seattle, Washington 98103
Affordable Counseling At Ahimsa Learning Lab,   in Seattle
“Really need counseling but it's just too expensive? We offer holistic psychotherapy for $35 a session in a beautiful, professional downtown setting. We grant internships to the best graduate students dedicated to providing excellent holistic counseling. In one year's time these same therapists will be charging $100+ per session. So if you need counseling now, this is a wonderful opportunity for you!
(206) 557-6587
Seattle, Washington 98101
Counselor, MEd
“I have been in practice a long time, and work well with a variety of people. Here are some with whom I have been most successful: 1) children and teens, with or without their families (birth, foster, adoptive, or blended); 2) couples, whether straight or gay, married or not, monogamous or open; 3) young women ages 15-25, who need help stepping firmly into adulthood; 4) people who have been sexually abused; 5) those who want to include spirituality or religion into their therapy (and I do not proselytize any particular faith).
(206) 557-6191
Seattle, Washington 98102
Kim Richan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“We all have an image of our best self. This is the person we'd be if we just weren't so tired, so anxious, so angry or so depressed. I think about my work as the process of helping people to become who they already know they are - or could be. Our work together is to find out why you feel those things in the first place so you can move past them and start feeling happier, more productive and more connected to the life you want.
(253) 200-9298
Seattle, Washington 98112
William Cornwell, Counselor  in Seattle
“My therapeutic practice focuses on helping people from all walks address a wide range of issues including adult ADHD, grief and loss, relationship struggles, depression, and recovery from past trauma and heartache. I have extensive experience working with youth and families and have had considerable success working with young and middle aged adults. My work with individuals involves facilitating awareness and insight on how the influences of the past impacts present behavioral, emotional, and cognitive patterns. I focus on interpersonal dynamics, attachment issues, and the function of one's personality type/relational style as it relates to the issues presented.
(425) 786-9934
Seattle, Washington 98104
Ingrid Wheelock, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist and have been working as a psychotherapist for over 20 years. My orientation is psychodynamic and relational, which means that I view psychotherapy as a collaboration between therapist and client focused on exploring thoughts and feelings as they emerge in the context of a therapeutic relationship. Ultimately, successful psychotherapy may alleviate suffering, increase self-awareness, help one enjoy a broader range of emotional experience, and enhance one's ability to engage more fully in relationships with others.
(253) 200-9293
Seattle, Washington 98121
Melinda Stone, Counselor  in Seattle
“Good therapy is a gift that you give yourself: a gift of understanding, compassion, and clarity. It can lead to better relationships and the ability to enjoy what is good in life, even when bad things happen. The saying, "What is shareable is bearable," forms the backbone of my philosophy. Being able to talk about what is troubling you can help you deal with stress and relationships. I help individuals process the issues causing them stress and I help couples get to the heart of their issues.
(206) 745-5807
Seattle, Washington 98103
Peter N. Moore, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Individuals and couples who seek my help are caught in ruts that foster anxiety, self-doubt, depression, and mutual distrust. They may have chronic health problems such as headaches, digestive problems or fibromyalgia. They are people who want to become more resilient or couples who want to be friends again. For over 25 years I have integrated the science of psychology with the art of psychotherapy to achieve these goals.I will help you break out of intractable patterns and discover better ways of being with yourself and relating to others.
(206) 745-0103
Seattle, Washington 98105
Elizabeth Kilian, Counselor  in Seattle
“No one seeks therapy for the same reason. I do not know your story or why you are seeking, but I know it is not easy. Should you choose to work with me, my hope for you in our work together would be that you would find freedom from whatever binds you--whatever keeps you from joy, from peace, from living as fully as you have within you to live.
(206) 445-9304
Seattle, Washington 98115
Katelin Morse, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“My approach to therapy is supportive and empathetic.I believe the most important element of therapy is the genuine connection between the client and therapist. Each client has unique needs and my goal is to meet each client where they are in their process of self awareness and healing. Therefore I utilize a variety of modalities such as cognitive behavioral, solution focused and psychodynamic. I see psychotherapy as a joint collaboration between therapist and client and strive to empower each client in their journey of inner exploration, mental, spiritual and physical healing.
(206) 504-3196
Seattle, Washington 98102
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