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Merriel F Mandell, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I have over 25 years experience in working with individuals, couples, families, and groups. I ask each client to set a behavioral goal at the beginning of treatment. This helps the client judge whether they are making progress in therapy. My goal is to have each client take away something useful from each session. I understand my role as a therapist is to help the client identify attitudes and behaviors that get in the way of achieving their goal and find new ways to move forward.
(360) 529-5002
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Mindful, Inc, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker serving adults and older adults and their systems of care. I provide Supportive Counseling and Therapy, Caregiver Support Services, Mental Health Assessments, Behavior Management, and Consultations. I also provide training to facility and home care staff on Geriatric Mental Health, Sensitivity Training, Depression, Dementia and Behavior Management.
(360) 389-2972
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Jeanne L Meyer, Counselor  in Vancouver
“You are tired of living this way. You either know or aren't sure what the problem is, but you want it to be better now. You don't want to just sit and talk, you want change in your life. In my practice, we identify the things getting in your way, decide how to move through the challenges and make your life better, permanently. Call for a free 30 minute introductory session. Others have said, "Your clinical skills are amazing," "Your compassion shows in everything you do!" Check out my Facebook page www.facebook.com/Jeanne.L.Meyer
(360) 529-4833
Vancouver, Washington 98665
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
M'Lyss Maree Fruhling, Counselor  in Vancouver
“I know how debilitating depression, anxiety and loneliness can be and what it feels like to be stuck and wondering what is the point? I also know that freedom from these feelings are available. I am passionate about helping you find freedom, and meaning in your life, along with facilitating your ability to sustain relationships that thrive.
(206) 310-1332
Vancouver, Washington 98661
T Aisha Edwards, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, LMHC
“I work with people who feel out of control of their lives for a variety of reasons. Whether it be with emotions, food, relationships, substances, or other behaviors, we address the function behind these behaviors and create both practical solutions and a sense of self compassion.
(503) 926-6176
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Second Story Family Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
“Healthy life means a balance. This balance is most important and present in our relationships. We need space to be unique and we also need relationships that provide closeness. I can help by connecting mind, body, spirit and our relationships. Change in one area ties to threads in another. Brokenness in our primary relationships can disconnect family, work, community and culture. I can help re-weave these threads through our stories about ourselves, and people around us. I will sometimes talk about problem-knotted stories of our past. I will make plans to change the next chapter.
(360) 868-4077
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Anne Tucker, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Through compassionate, professional counseling I am able to help people reduce anxiety and depression and lead more fulfilling lives. I work with adolescents and adults. My specialties include helping people reduce the distressing symptoms related to trauma, abuse, anxiety, depression, concerning behaviors, life transition issues, eating disorders and ADHD. I am also experienced in helping children of divorce, those struggling with stage of life issues, and experiencing conflict in relationships.
(503) 766-5784
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Mary Schubmehl, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Often times when we are feeling out of balance, seeking out a non-judgmental and empathetic support can help us reach where we want to be. That support is who I want to be for my clients. My therapeutic approach is strength-based, collaborative, and pulls from different therapy styles to meet your needs. I am often described as calm, easy-going, and personable. I aim to offer support in finding ways to help you use your strengths for positive change.
(360) 448-7827 x888571
Vancouver, Washington 98686
Nancy K Warren, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Psychotherapy is a collaborative endeavor and represents the hope that something new can happen in our lives. For the past 25 years, I have worked with adults and children with a wide range of concerns including anxiety, depression, troubled relationships, learning difficulties, chronic illness, life transitions, and blended families. I have extensive experience in the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder, those living with disabilities, trauma and abuse. I see cancer patients and their families across the cancer continuum, from diagnosis, treatment, to survivorship or recurrence and end of life. I am passionate about working with this patient group.
(360) 680-1693
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Sharon Winkler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MAC
“If you've been disappointed in 'quick fix" approaches that failed to provide long-lasting results, I can help. My approach seeks durable change in areas of current concern, as well as an overall increase in psychological functioning that can prepare the client to deal successfully with future challenges.
(360) 448-3379
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Elise C Jones, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Have you felt there was no way for you to move beyond painful experiences? Have you wanted to handle life's challenges with more ease? Have you dreamed of having more fulfillment and meaning in your life? For most, the answer would be yes. Maybe you have tried therapy before and you felt like you really didn't get better? Or, maybe you are considering therapy for the first time? No matter what you have experienced before, therapy can be more than just rehashing what you feel powerless to change.
(360) 663-4076
Vancouver, Washington 98662
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
“I keep the focus of my practice and continuing education with children from preschool through teen years. I employ play & art therapy, a strong family systems orientation, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Many of my clients are children affected by mood, anxiety, and attention disorders.
(360) 389-2989
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Debora Nesbitt, Psychiatric Nurse  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, ARNP, PMHNP, ABMH
“I enjoy working with a variety of clients ranging from children to adults. I help my clients improve their life through hypnotherapy, teaching, and the development of life skills to help them achieve their goals. I specialize in working with Anxiety/Depression, Pain Management,Trauma, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Cancer, Phobias, Weight Loss, Smoking Cessation, and Self Esteem. I also enjoy working with children who have been diagnosed with ADHD and OCD.
(360) 339-8796
Vancouver, Washington 98685
Patricia J Chance, ACSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
“I have over 30 years post-graduate clinical experience, working with adults of all ages. I enjoy assisting people in the change process to make a life worth living. I welcome a phone interview to discuss your needs and how we can enhance your desired change. As a social worker, I look at all systems which effect one's quality of life and work to empower the client's strenghts and supports. I am compassionate and sensitive to your needs. And I am willing to do what it takes to help you achieve your outcome goals.
(503) 459-6793
Vancouver, Washington 98685
Margaret Browning, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Are you LIVING or just EXISTING? Depression, anxiety, fatigue, a sudden inability to manage stress, can erode your quality of life. At Healthy Thoughts Counseling we help guide you toward engaging in LIFE again. In some cases a brain injury can be a precipitating factor to the feelings of emotional disconnection. Brain injuries occur from a blunt trauma to the brain or stroke,residual damage can also occur with the occurrence of frequent severe migraines. Our services are not limited to Brain Injury, we provide marital/relationship counseling. We help you rebuild communication skills necessary to keep the relationship alive.,
(360) 339-8830
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Lifeline Connections, Treatment Facility  in Vancouver
“Personalized treatment plans are developed based on your specific needs and may include individual and group counseling sessions using evidence based practices. Next, caring professionals will walk you through each step of the process. Visit our website to see what graduates of our comprehensive continuum of care program have to say about their experience. We look forward to hearing from you and helping you begin your road to recovery!
(360) 310-4368
Vancouver, Washington 98661
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
Janine DeBacker  in Vancouver
“Are you stuck? Are your relationships unhealthy? Are you just unhappy with yourself and life? Life is full of challenges and transitions. I'm glad you are wanting to find help and feel better. Much of my work is helping you in 3 areas: developing clarity of what is important to you, recognizing choices that are around you, and finding the courage to move forward.
(971) 801-6291
Vancouver, Washington 98660
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