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Therapists in Seattle

Amy Bloom LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed counselor with over a decade treating depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety, and a sex addiction therapist (CSAT) certified by the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP) with Patrick Carnes. Along with general practice and specialties, I treat those who suffer from sexual addiction/compulsion and their spouses/partners. I offer assessment, level of care determination, and counseling for sexual addicts/compulsives. I do not treat sex offenders. Individual and group sessions are available for spouses and partners. Issues addressed include love addiction, codependency, grief and loss, betrayal, trauma healing, boundaries, self care, and integrity.
(206) 434-1000
Seattle, Washington 98109
Casey C. Stevens, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFTA
“I offer a unique blend of traditional and holistic therapies which are client-centered by nature. These two practices work together to serve clients in a powerful combination of healing and symbiosis. The respectful atmosphere provides a transformational, symbolic and foundational force for change work. Women, Men, Teens and Young Adults who are struggling in relationship, within themselves, and those with fears keeping them stuck, are core clients. I specialize in relationship-repair, genuine heart-connection, and coach self-awareness and self-love. I help clients discover balance during life transitions; with grief, break-ups, and those seeking self-confidence.
(206) 922-4516
Seattle, Washington 98112
Evonne Noble  in Seattle
“I offer individual counseling (for adults, teens, and children) as well as relationship counseling (for couples, parents, and families). I specialize in working with couples issues, child and adult anxiety, adults in life transitions (such as going through grief and loss or a life stage change), and adults wanting more satisfying relationships (any type: family, romantic, work).
(206) 557-6664
Seattle, Washington 98102
Carol E. Hall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW, ACSW
“I provide compassionate, nonjudgemental therapy for clients suffering from trauma, relationship problems,life and workplace stress, cultural stresses, adustment problems and other challenges we face in this difficult time. Feelings of confusion,self-doubt, anxiety, anger, frustration and numbness inhibit your ability to realize your dreams. During the 20 years I have been providing therapy, I have accumulated a large "tool chest" of approaches, strategies and methods to help clients clarify their choices, feel empowered and construct the life they long for. Replace worn-out ways of coping with those that are productive and relevant to your life today.
(206) 922-8639
Seattle, Washington 98103
Vicki Sween, Counselor  in Seattle
“Sometimes life is hard, and having a little extra support can make a big difference. I work with adults who want to break self-defeating patterns, find meaning, deepen relationships and experience wholeness in their lives. I have a special interest in working with histories of trauma, loss, grief, work/life transitions, depression, anxiety and stress. Depending on you and your goals, our work together may include practical solutions, exploring what it has been like to be you, mindfulness practices or Somatic Experiencing. Most often some combination of these is helpful.
(206) 489-3824
Seattle, Washington 98112
Patrice M. Donohue, Counselor  in Seattle
“My highest priority as a therapist is to provide a free and protected space for you to explore yourself, to consider new possibilities and become more of who you are. Potential for healing lies within each of us. We need support, response and presence to develop the awareness and understanding that we need to heal. Our work together creates the opportunity to rekindle the natural healing powers within you. The particular focus of our work is something we will decide together, based on your unique purpose for coming to see me.
(206) 438-9424
Seattle, Washington 98104
Christie L Messina, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with adolescents and adults struggling with depression, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, disordered eating, interpersonal relationships, and life transitions. I work with women struggling with infertility, pregnancy loss, birth trauma, and postpartum depression. My approach is rooted in Systems, which looks at core relationships and how they impact our view of ourselves in relation others. I also draw from Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Narrative and Mindfulness based work. I believe being mindful of the message we send ourselves can be very powerful. Making a shift in this message can make a difference in our thoughts and beliefs about ourselves.
(206) 855-6288
Seattle, Washington 98103
J. Leon Monroe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSWAA
“I use traditional "talk therapy" to meet you where you are while applying the techniques of mindfulness based stress reduction, cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal neurobiology and other approaches to help you uncover your authentic self and ultimately reach your optimum potential. I believe that no one understands your experience as well as you do. I also believe real growth and positive change are most possible when a person feels safe and supported. For that reason, I strive to create an honest, sincere, non-judgmental and personable environment for the purposes of counseling and therapy.
(206) 538-2807
Seattle, Washington 98103
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
Ron Slosky, Psychologist  in Seattle
“With over 30 years experience, I have successfully dealt with many treatment issues. The basic ingredient in any therapy is the quality of the relationship. I am an actively involved therapist, usually seeking an in-depth resolution of problem issues. Emotional freedom results from an understanding, respect, and acceptance of our individuality.
(206) 535-1388
Seattle, Washington 98119
Charlotte House, Counselor  in Seattle
“You know what you are experiencing now is not the experience you imagine and desire for yourself. When you have told the same stories over and over without relief from the pain, learning how to use body-centered therapies might be the change you need. I combine talk-therapy with what your body is telling you in order to create deep, lasting healing. The body-centered skills I use allow you to make gains in the first session. If you want to feel better about yourself and about your life, body-centered therapy is a good place to start.
(206) 557-6874
Seattle, Washington 98103
Kenneth Andrew Hapke, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed psychologist working with individuals and couples [college-aged to senior adults]. As a result of my experiences and specialized training, I have learned to respect each person's innate ability to thrive and live fully. I describe my role as an experienced guide and companion for clients who want to change the patterns of their lives by re-connecting with their unique strengths. Psychotherapy is a process and I will encourage you to actively participate. Working together, I am confident you will make changes that will benefit you, your loved ones, and those around you.
(206) 745-0980
Seattle, Washington 98105
Thomas J Auflick, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am honored to be in a position of providing support to individuals who need care, compassion and understanding. There is something wonderful in helping people reclaim their inner power and see them evolve to healthier planes of existence. I believe my strengths are helping you discover how to create greater meaning in relationships, career and with yourself.
(206) 569-6951
Seattle, Washington 98126
Shanyn Gilio-Tenan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MHP, CMHS
“I view therapy as a tool to make changes in our lives. It is a collaborative process between the client and therapist. In our work together we focus on the strengths that one has internally as well as goals to help one improve how they feel about themselves, others and their environment. I work to tailor my services for each individual by helping them feel empowered to identify and address what might be impacting their current situation.
(541) 241-2777
Seattle, Washington 98119
Bil Kareta, Counselor  in Seattle
“Life is a difficult and confusing journey for all of us. Occasionally we get "stuck" along the path. Sometimes that growth is blocked because of issues, patterns and behaviors from the past which affect the way we feel, do or react in the present. If you are experiencing issues such as depression, anxiety, stress and relationship concerns. I can offer you: a combination of heart, skill, and understanding to help you find your own solutions to these problems that face you. Through the use of solution-oriented, emotionally focused, and reality based techniques, can help you and your relationships overcome obstacles and achieve your goals.
(206) 557-6792
Seattle, Washington 98117
Alex L. Hermens, Counselor  in Seattle
“My private practice in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle is open to all individuals, including children, adolescents and adults. I believe in a holistic approach to therapy, meaning that I do my best to see the whole you, including everything that may influence you (e.g., culture, family, romantic relationships, sexuality). I understand that each person is unique in their experiences of growing, healing and exploring life. As your therapist, my goal is to partner with you in looking through your past, present and future to help build a stronger relationship within yourself and with others.
(541) 590-2337
Seattle, Washington 98102
Shannon McFarlin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Hello! I am a licensed psychotherapist with a collaborative and straightforward style of therapy. I bring compassion and humor to the counseling process and work from a strengths-based perspective to help you identify what works well in your life and what might be interfering with your happiness, relationships, or feeling good about yourself.
(206) 535-1767
Seattle, Washington 98109
Peter Hannah, Counselor  in Seattle
“Tired of People Pleasing? Has being a "Nice Guy" put your relationship in jeopardy? I can help. I know the in's and out's of being a Nice Guy, from the false beliefs inside to the bad habits that actually end up undermining the relationships that you value so much.
(206) 922-8740
Seattle, Washington 98109
Ross Mayberry, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I have worked with adult ADHD, Post traumatic Stress Disorder and anxiety/depression issues for thirty years with humor and effectiveness. I'm pretty straightforward, no nonsense (well, maybe a little nonsense ...) and practical help with life problems based on educating people and their families/partners what ADHD really is...
(206) 504-2997
Seattle, Washington 98112
Emily A Cabrera, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CMHS
“Hello! Thank you for considering me in your search for support. I provide mental health counseling to children, teens, adults, and families. I strive to be creative and eclectic in my approach to counseling, and to help my clients use their unique strengths and resources to achieve their goals.
(206) 552-0966
Seattle, Washington 98112
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