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Therapists in Seattle

Katie M. McCall, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Part of being human means that most of us will inevitably struggle at some point in our lives. It is common to seek support and guidance to help navigate through difficult times. Finding a therapist who feels like "the right fit" can be challenging, as it is important to find someone you trust and who is knowledgeable about what has prompted you to seek help. My treatment approach is grounded in compassionately understanding client's unique life history and experiences. I highly value authenticity and flexibility; and my goal is to build a collaborative relationship so that we can tailor therapy to address your needs.
(360) 703-9278
Seattle, Washington 98122
Roberta Devine, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Stuck? Life not going your way? Fighting with your partner rather than enjoying the relationship? Maybe I can help. A licensed psychologist for over l8 years, I offer multicultural services for stressed, anxious and depressed individuals and for various kinds of relationships. With an individual focus you can expect to get back on track. With a relationship focus you can expect to learn skills to enhance your intimate friendship, manage conflict productively and explore the culture of your relationship. Please read on for more information about these services.
(253) 343-0710
Seattle, Washington 98119
Sally Neumann, Counselor  in Seattle
“An avid reader and writer of whimsical children's literature and general art-enthusiast, I have always delighted in seeing the world through a lens that acknowledges the lightness in the darkest moments. Sometimes, we all feel unbearably alone, anxious, or trapped, and I hope that together, we can engage in a process that helps you feel supported through periods of personal difficulty. By exploring your present through a variety of lenses, we will work to gain a better understanding of yourself and your desires, so that you might be able to form your future into your personal ideal.
(206) 999-8279
Seattle, Washington 98109
Frank J DeMarco, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I take a respectful and affirming stance toward my clients, viewing the therapeutic relationship as a collaborative partnership. I work to create a supportive environment of trust and acceptance where together we can safely explore sensitive or painful aspects of your life; identify and change patterns of thought and behavior that cause you emotional suffering, interpersonal problems, or difficulty functioning; and work to enhance your motivation, self-esteem, and self-confidence. My theoretical orientation integrates cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, narrative, existential, and mindfulness approaches. I work from a holistic perspective that considers biological, psychological, socio-cultural, and spiritual factors in understanding human behavior and experience.
(253) 220-6697
Seattle, Washington 98109
Kristin McCurdy, Counselor  in Seattle
“You are curious about therapy, but are hesitant about beginning the process. You may never have met with a counselor before, or simply haven't found a counselor that feels like a good fit. You have stress, anxiety, and challenges that are unique to you - and need to create (or explore) change to help you come unstuck.
(206) 922-4342
Seattle, Washington 98119
Sue Wiedenfeld, Psychologist  in Seattle
“I believe a commitment to therapy is a commitment to oneself. It is very powerful to commit to grow and change in ways that increase a sense of personal satisfaction with one's life. I work with individuals who want to resolve issues of unrest, dissatisfaction or distress that recur in their lives. I believe as clients learn to increase their trust in themselves they can better trust others and better direct their lives.This work involves coming to a better understanding of the influence of past experiences, as well as present influences, and may include exploring deeper spiritual isssues.
(206) 745-0705
Seattle, Washington 98112
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
Shannon Budelman, Counselor  in Seattle
“Each person's healing process is a unique and creative experience, and therapy is about creating a safe space for you to explore whatever is of concern to you. I will listen to you empathically, ask questions, offer feedback and new perspectives, and challenge you to reconsider old decisions and try on new ways of being. Together, we will keep a sharp eye on your strengths and the adaptive ways you have coped with life's challenges, as well as the patterns of behavior that are no longer serving you well.
(206) 745-4944
Seattle, Washington 98101
Dreamrem Institute, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am a Licencsed Mental Health Counselor specializing in working with seniors suffering with all types of memory disorders. I have been working with Alzheimer's patients for 23 years and have pioneered the DreamRem Method for helping to improve cognitive, emotional and social functioning for those suffering with early to middle stages of alzheimer's disease and other cognitve disorders. The DreamRem Method has demonstrated it's effectiveness both on an individual and group basis. I have been the CEO of the web based DreamRem Institute since 2010. We now offer the innovative Life Portrait program for preserving the life story.
(206) 498-9535
Seattle, Washington 98112
Samantha Good, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Whether you are concerned about a struggling child, or are facing troubling issues yourself, psychotherapy is an opportunity to understand what's going on and make changes. I will work closely with you to develop a solid, trusting relationship; a foundation for self-exploration and growth. You can expect me to listen attentively and regularly share my thoughts and observations about you and our work together.
(206) 745-0316
Seattle, Washington 98102
Katherine McKenna, Counselor  in Seattle
“As a Certified Nutritionist and Licensed Mental Health Counselor, my work promotes wellness by bridging the science of biochemistry and nutrition with psychology and mental health. I offer a unique, blended approach that fosters change on all levels: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. Integrative health therapy blends nutrition and counseling to create a new definition of health. It provides education, support and motivation to empower people in creating and sustaining optimal health and vitality.
(425) 358-4791
Seattle, Washington 98115
Joe Guppy, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am a psychotherapist working with individual adults, couples and youth. In collaboration with my clients, my first goal is to create a welcoming, respectful and confidential space for authentic dialog. My approach combines working toward practical change with the potential of exploring issues on a deeper level. With individuals, I advocate for emotional, cognitive and mind-body awareness and an exploration of life themes and family patterns. With couples, I favor the ideas of John Gottman and Harville Hendrix, both of whom call for friendship, passion and safety within relationships. My work with youth is engaged and informal.
(206) 922-4304
Seattle, Washington 98109
Candace Braley, Counselor  in Seattle
“We seek therapy for a variety of reasons. We feel confused, overwhelmed, or in emotional pain, sometimes over relationship or work difficulties. We may feel lost or uncertain about ourselves and our connections to others. We may also be in the midst of a life transition or change, and desire the support and space to sort out our needs and feelings. At times we seek therapy out of a need for personal growth and exploration, and a desire to have more connection with our creative process.
(206) 745-5902 x2
Seattle, Washington 98104
Colleen O'Rollins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA, AT
“Feeling stuck? Change is possible! I integrate creative techniques into our work to help you access your own wisdom and healing. Together we will make sense of your life, your relationships, your situation. No blame, no shame, and probably a few laughs along the way. I work with families, individuals, and couples--loads of experience working with teens. I use cognitive behavioral techniques, mindfulness, narrative therapy and others. I am upbeat, experienced, and easy to talk to. No art skills needed!
(206) 981-3319
Seattle, Washington 98103
“With over 30 years of experience helping people with a wide variety of psychological problems, there's a very good chance I can help you, too. As a scientist-practitioner, my job is to bring the findings of psychological science to helping people with real-world problems. As such, it's important to keep a focus on what it is you're trying to change and then apply scientifically validated methods to help you reach your goals.
(206) 535-1758
Seattle, Washington 98104
Gina Baird, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“Welcome. There are seasons in life that can feel discouraging and overwhelming. There are also times when we recognize things about our lives that we want and need to change. During these moments, it can be helpful to seek support and acquire new skills in order to live the life you hope for yourself. As your therapist, I am honored to meet you in whatever season you find yourself, and to work with you as you strive for insight, empowerment and healing.
(425) 243-7056
Seattle, Washington 98118
Omid Roustaei, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with individuals & couples who are seeking change and strive to better understand and work through their negative patterns in their relationships and personal lives. Have you been yearning for the love & respect that you once had in your intimate relationship? Is anger, stress, worry or depression getting the best of you in your personal life? Finding yourself getting into the same patterns of fighting and arguing with your partner? Not feeling heard? Maybe you've lost touch with the friendship & love that started your relationship. Do you find yourself shutting down to keep from arguing with your partner?
(206) 535-1918
Seattle, Washington 98101
Bill Soderberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
“I work with individuals, couples and families to gain insight and to identify the underlying causes to challenges in their lives. I help people to figure out where they are currently at and to find solutions, while building on the strengths of the individual, couple and/or family. With my assistance, clients prioritize their needs and then set simple, realistic, and achievable goals. Clients draw on their experience and learn to appreciate the areas of their life where they are enjoying success. Clients gain the skills and tools needed to meet their goals.
(206) 388-4168
Seattle, Washington 98109
Letha Fernandez, Counselor  in Seattle
“Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities are my favorite areas of practice. I am a Developmental Disabilities Mental Health Specialist. Some of my favorite individual session and group topics are: positive behavior support, goal setting, daily living skills, self esteem, problem solving skills, social skills, coping skills, making lasting friendships, establishing and maintaining boundaries, safety at home and in the community, communication, managing anger, impulse and emotions. I have a passionate and creative flair with a desire to meet each individual where they are in order to move forward to a healthier, happier and more "included" life.
(206) 745-5884
Seattle, Washington 98104
Sean Hogan, Counselor  in Seattle
Counselor, MA, LMHCA
“I view mental health counseling as a collaborative alliance that impacts both client and therapist and believe that all transformation is rooted in relationship. In therapy, I believe that change occurs through actively engaging in the disruption of our usual experience and behavior, allowing us to awaken to the themes and patterns from our past and present so that we may respond differently in the future. By entering the stories of your life through curiosity, empathy and vulnerability, we will work towards developing new stories of esteem, courage, and healing.
(847) 379-5473
Seattle, Washington 98103
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