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Amanda Lepley, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Have you been struggling with life challenges? or feel unsatisfied in life? If you are feeling overwhelmed or lacking motivation Balanced, Awareness and Healing, LLC can help. Through awareness of thoughts and feelings comes understanding. Learning skills to help you manage your challenges more effectively and participate in life in a more meaningful way is the key to a balanced life. Through self improvement you will be able to maintain a healthy life and feel a sense of peace
(360) 529-3646
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Creative Holistic Counseling, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“Counseling: As a holistic counselor, I work with women, children, and couples using a strength-based and client-centered perspective. Together, we will develop working goals, highlighting strengths and interests, and create a toolbox of personal and unique gifts. My approach with children is child-centered Play Therapy, which helps children build on their natural way of learning.
(360) 388-4310
Vancouver, Washington 98665
Barbara E Felix, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW
“As human beings we are hardwired for relationship. Our relationships with others are vital to our quality of life, but we often feel we should know how to "fix" things on our own. There are times when our feelings overwhelm us, we keep our concerns to ourselves and it confuses us, or our behaviors are not in alignment with our beliefs.
(360) 216-1173
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Breanna Faith Fischer, Counselor  in Vancouver
“With eight years of experience working with children, adolescents, and adults, I have worked in schools, residential treatment centers, and outpatient settings, as well as on-site, in-home, and community locations. I am certified as an instructor in The Incredible Years parenting program and am currently pursuing certification in Play Therapy. My role as a therapist includes offering you (or you and your child, or your family) active listening, reflection, encouragement, helpful challenges, and constructive feedback. With children and adolescents, I have found that play therapy and art therapy can be extremely helpful in facilitating the healing process.
(360) 529-5174
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Caroline Gearing, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“As a licensed marriage and family therapist I specialize in sexual addiction work for men and women transitioning from sexual addiction to healthy sexuality, and partners and couples dealing with sexual addiction. Groups provided: sex addiction, partner of sexual addict, couples dealing with sexual addiction, and love addiction. Strong focus on couples counseling, premarital counseling using Prepare/Enrich assessment tools. Expertise with sexual therapy for couples and individuals. Specialty dealing with narcissistic people and assisting clients with great transitional challenges. I am a highly dedicated counselor and therapist partnering with my clients to successfully move forward in their lives.
(360) 450-4373
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Matthew Beeble, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Everyone already has what they need within themselves to experience fulfillment in their life. Unfortunately, there are many internal and external influences that can confuse this pursuit resulting in a feeling of falling short of who you should be. This can lead to a sense of being out of balance and many of the symptoms that bring you to therapy. I believe that the most important task is to make meaning of your life by increasing awareness of your experience resulting in a new understanding and a feeling of peace and of being at home in your skin.
(360) 529-4067
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Sharon L Richards, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MA
“Are you struggling with relationship problems, depression, anxiety, or issues of self-worth? You will find me to be a compassionate, accepting, and honest therapist. I am a warm and caring person. I am licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in both California and Washington. I would look forward to working with you and helping you find hope, joy and excitement in your life.
(360) 489-6959
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Dan Stephens  in Vancouver
“I am an Associate Counselor at Real Life Counseling Ministries. I work with teens and adults to improve functioning during personal and relational challenges. By discovering your hidden or unused strengths, we will find meaning and create hope for your challenges. As a Christian counselor, I place a high value on faith as a resource in counseling. However, my work is not limited to Christians. I will work with anyone from any faith or worldview background to produce the change that is needed to improve daily life. Come work with me and I will help you thrive.
(360) 464-9701
Vancouver, Washington 98683
Laura Smith, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“My approach to therapy is non-judgmental, collaborative, and flexible. I am skilled in a variety of evidence-based practices and find that each person has their own unique history, circumstances, and preferences that I take into consideration when planning treatment. In an atmosphere of trust and respect we can work together on relieving your symptoms, building your coping skills, and removing any obstacles that keep you from making meaningful choices that are right for you.
(360) 342-0877
Vancouver, Washington 98686
Michelle Newton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA-MFT, LMFTA, LMHCA, CMHS, MHP
“"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans". With over 13 years in the field, I am an experienced clinician. Challenges in your relationship as a couple, dealing with an explosive child or teenager, depression, anxiety, trauma, and struggling to have a healthier, happier relationship as a family or individual? Here's where you can take your first step. There is hope and things can change. I am a down-to-earth therapist with a warm and caring nature. I provide an empathetic and safe place where you can be yourself without fear of judgment.
(360) 633-2300
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Serena Meyer, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“Serena Meyer, Psy.D. is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Vancouver, Washington. In her psychology practice, Dr. Meyer provides psychotherapy and consultation for adolescents, adults, and older adults. Trained as a clinical psychologist, she completed a post-doctoral residency in neuropsychological assessment and psychodynamic psychotherapy. Areas of specialization include eating disorders, mood disorders, intellectual and developmental disabilities, and chronic and persistent mental illness. Dr. Meyer is a member of the Columbia River Eating Disorder Network, and served on the Clark County Developmental Disabilities Advisory Board. Dr. Meyer is available to consult with you by appointment; please call (503)989-1152.
(503) 446-4252
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Lee M. Faver, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“Compassionate, down-to-earth, practical help. More than 20 years of professional experience working with individuals, couples and groups have taught me that we grow and make effective changes when we understand what is happening, appreciate our experiences, develop a plan to improve things and follow through. We'll work together on your goals- to enrich and repair your relationships, change long-standing patterns, develop self-acceptance and personal effectiveness, resolving difficult situations, reduce psychological distress, improve health, or enjoy emotional closeness and satisfying physical intimacy.
(360) 529-4210
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Associated Counselors Online, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Do you feel hurt, overwhelmed, stuck? Need someone to help resolve your problems so you can feel better? Maybe I can help. I work with adults-in-person or online via secure chat and video-adults who want to: relieve anxiety, depression, panic, phobias; enjoy a good nights' sleep, reduce stress, improve overall health; improve communication, relationship, parenting skills; work through issues of disability, pain, aging, retirement; process divorce-related grief, guilt, or loss of a loved one; address academic, business, career challenges; and those who strive for personal and spiritual growth. If you need help, maybe I can help.
(360) 529-5677
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Britt Rose Ricci, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“We all go through challenges in life that feel overwhelming and unmanageable. Choosing to find someone who can assist you through this time is a great gift to yourself and those that love you. An important part of this process is finding a therapist who you feel comfortable with and can trust. I provide a safe and supportive environment to work on these issues together and to find a better understanding around how to make positive change in your life. I offer space to explore your issue and also practical feedback around changes that could positively influence the issue at hand.
(360) 553-0268
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Brent Lindberg, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“- Evening and Saturday appointments available - I have two primary priorities when we work together: 1) To build a warm and trusting relationship so that therapy is a safe and enriching experience, and 2) to find a style of therapy that is most effective to provide relief. I work primarily from an integrative and interpersonal framework but I believe strongly in tailoring the type of therapy with how the client perceives the problem and, more importantly, the solution. Backed by current research, the use of your strengths to find avenues of change usually produces the most effective and long-standing results.
(360) 310-4118
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Michelle Moore, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I love working with children, adolescents, and young adults however I open my practice to all ages. I utilize the modality of play therapy with children, and use a combination of modalities with adolescents and adults. My focus is on building a strong therapeutic relationship, helping the client in understanding his or her story inorder to allow for healing, and building coping strategies for handling present day issues.
(503) 549-4712
Vancouver, Washington 98684
April Waggoner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, LMHC, LPC
“COUPLES! Are you feeling more like roommates than lovers? Having a difficult time relating to one another? Take comfort in knowing that you are not alone. All couples go through phases in their relationship. Sometimes couples have a difficult time moving from one phase to another and need assistance in gaining momentum. Negotiating life as a couple can be difficult. Most people want to feel connected, cared for, and understood by their mate. Sometimes it feels as though there are two strangers living together. If this is you do not lose hope...
(360) 329-2945
Vancouver, Washington 98660
David Grushkin, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Therapy isn't mysterious. It helps you create clarity about what you really need and how to get there. In the photo, I'm enjoying a hike in nature. I also enjoy my clients. It is refreshing to provide a comfortable place for you to express your true feelings, to problem-solve and clarify your thinking. It is OK to seek help. Emotional overload happens to everyone. Your problem doesn't define your value. Imagine newborn babies. They are all equal and valuable. Self-limiting beliefs are "learned" later. It is an essential understanding that your true self is perfect.
(360) 389-3962 x312
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Bryanna Goodman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you struggling with your relationship? Are you trying to clear out the hurts and anxieties that affect you? Are you not getting to be your best self? I love being a therapist because I am able to sit with you during great pain & help you find ways to make your life more fulfilling. I strive to do this by having a therapeutic relationship that is honest, collaborative, and empathetic. Our goal is to recognize the areas that need change, and then to find solutions so you feel stronger, happier, and excited about life's possibilities.
(360) 524-6121
Vancouver, Washington 98683
Katherine Anne Latter, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Allow yourself to experience changes through the seasons of life! As a therapist, it is my delight to come alongside clients and encourage them to transition through life's challenges. I believe that people can transform, weather the storms of life, and gain tools and insights to help them do so. I provide a safe environment, filled with compassion and empathy, in which clients can share their hearts, their fears, their dreams, and their stories.
(360) 383-5631
Vancouver, Washington 98684
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For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Vancouver you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Vancouver and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Vancouver or family therapy in Vancouver.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
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