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Therapists in Wenatchee

Jesi Lingo, Counselor  in Wenatchee
“I have a comprehensive background in mental health and behavioral counseling, particularly in school settings. With over seven years of experience working in local school districts, and most recently as a middle school counselor, I strive to help my clients achieve personal/social development throughout their lives. I have extensive experience in working with children and young adults as they face behavioral, personal and social issues. I help people of all ages address problems with behavior, substance abuse, eating disorders, personal struggles and social challenges.
(509) 571-2864
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Tim Bartlett, Counselor  in Wenatchee
“Strength of Life Counseling Services was founded in 2003 out of a passion to serve its clients by providing biblical principles to overcome life's challenges. Based on Romans 12:2, my counseling approach is to assist clients with the transformation of inaccurate thoughts, beliefs and self-perceptions that lead to self-doubt, a diminished sense of personal value, and poor decision making. Using a strengths-based model, I work together with my clients to identify and activate their personal and spiritual gifts to bring about positive change and emotional healing.
(509) 774-5390
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Misha Whitfield, Counselor  in Wenatchee
“My approach to therapy is integrative, combining aspects of Existential, Feminist, Cognitive, and Client-Centered approaches. What this means is that I work collaboratively with you, focusing on what is happening in your life now, how the past has shaped your current situation, and empower you to find solutions and/or acceptance. I use a variety of techniques in therapy, trying to find what will work best for you. These techniques are likely to include Motivational Interviewing (MI), dialogue, interpretation, cognitive reframing, self-monitoring experiments, visualization, journal-keeping, and reading books.
(206) 931-2947
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Sharon K Clifner, Psychiatrist  in Wenatchee
“Many people experience problems in their lives related to high stress levels. In fact, one in four adults- approximately 61.5 million Americans experience mental disorders in a given year. High chronic stress levels can cause the body and mind to become "out of balance" leading to anxiety and depression, for example. I can help you in a sensitive and very confidential manner with the issues that you are struggling with. I work together with you to develop a mutually agreed upon plan for therapy, including medications if needed. My goal is to assist you on your pathway to healing.
(509) 563-7646
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Daniel Miranda, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Wenatchee
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MDiv, CDPT
“I am a licensed Chemical Professional Trainee with over ten years of experience in addiction therapy. I have worked in residential long-term treatment hospital settings as well as outpatient facilities. As every client is unique, solution - focused therapy and individualized treatment plans are always offered. I believe that recovery is a life-long process and my goal is to aid in providing the essential tools that each of my clients needs to move forward on his/her journey.
(509) 571-2943
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
“My goal is to assist you in gaining MENTAL WELLNESS, through established therapeutic techniques. As a personal mentor or counselor my approach is to explore concerns with you in a safe and confidential environment from a Christian perspective. I counsel children, adolescents and adults. My experience includes juvenile supervision, mental health, law enforcement, corrections, teaching, substance abuse and crisis intervention. I have worked in the field of social services for forty years.
(509) 774-3954
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Peggy D Peterson, Counselor  in Wenatchee
“As a counselor with nearly twenty years experience in both clinical and private practice settings, it is my goal to provide you with a safe, comfortable and secure environment where, together, we will identify your counseling needs. I see adults and adolescents and work with individuals, couples and families. I will use a supportive, practical, holistic approach to help you gain understanding and bring about the positive changes you seek. I use a variety of therapy techniques, including cognitive behavioral, interpersonal and relational.
(509) 987-5967
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Debra Ciarlo, Counselor  in Wenatchee
“My passion is in helping individuals and couples with relational issues - with each other and with God. I am also trained in working with clients (all ages) recovering from physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, and neglect. I also specialize in combining Biblical principles with established Mental Health practices in treating depression, anxiety, PTSD, DID, Borderline, Bipolar, and various personality disorders.
(509) 774-2346
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Shipowick-Smith Counseling & Postive Living Ctr., Counselor  in Wenatchee
“As a Co-Occurring Facility, we provide comprehensive quality treatment services for those suffering from behavioral health and substance abuse problems. Our staff of Licensed Mental Health Counselors and Chemical Dependency Professionals works together to treat each patient inidividually. We work with authorities offering Alcohol/Drug Assessments, and we provide professional reporting to proper authorities on our patients' behalf. We offer individual and group counseling sessions, tailoring treatment plans to address the individual needs of each person.
(509) 774-5524
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Brett Rene McDonald, Counselor  in Wenatchee
“I mostly treat eating disorders, but I also have experience and skill working with depression, anxiety, PTSD and relational issues. I co-founded an Eating Disorders Treatment program called The Dragonfly Retreat, in Lake Chelan, WA. Please look us up at thedragonflyretreat.com
(509) 679-4556
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Dana Wolf, Counselor  in Wenatchee
“I have been providing therapy services since 2005 to individuals with a variety of mental health challenges such as depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. The majority of my experience comes from working in community mental health. I specialize in treating individuals with anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder by using a highly effective treatment modality called EMDR, which can take fewer sessions to effect change than traditional therapy. I also have many years experience assisting individuals who are coming to terms with their sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
(509) 774-2388
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Kristen Callison, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Wenatchee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Using a collaborative therapy approach, I assist individuals, couples, and families during times of difficulty, conflict, and transition in their lives. I specialize in work with people facing medical issues, youth and their families, life transitions, and couples therapy.
(509) 774-2609
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
The Dragonfly Retreat, Treatment Facility  in Wenatchee
“Ours is a very unique program for people with eating disorders, depression, anxiety and other social/interpersonal misalignments. We offer a revolutionary new treatment modality called Relational Exchange Therapy, coupled with movement and experiential therapy.
(509) 388-2245
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Maribeth Marboe, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Wenatchee
“I am a Certified Chemical Dependency Professional and Peer Counselor and my goal is to always provide individual therapy designed to meet my clients' unique needs. I conduct substance abuse assessments, provide individual substance abuse psychoeduction/counseling, lead Intensive Outpatient/Relapse groups and always develop personalized treatment planning. I am a client-centered clinician known for my excellent rapport building skills, warmth and caring nature with clients and prompt, adequate reporting to authorities.
(509) 822-5843
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Roxanne Conolly, Counselor  in Wenatchee
“Are your relationships troubled, sleep becoming erratic, addiction symptoms starting or getting worse, anxiety or depression ruling your mood much of the time? It may be time to consult with a therapist. I work with couples and individuals to help identify the imbalances that seem to occur when any of the above symptoms are showing up. I interned at 2 premiere treatment facilities and have 20 yrs. of experience in addictions recovery including eating disorders. I work closely with medical providers on your behalf to monitor medications when prescribed for mental health issues.
(509) 881-7440
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Heidi Whitney, Counselor  in Wenatchee
“(EMDR certified) Combining Traditional and Holistic Care - Integrating the mind, body and spirit, is drawing from our own inner resources to bring healing to all areas of our lives. We can release limited beliefs that keep us stuck, release cellular memories of past trauma's, create healthy shifts in behavioral patterns, nurture loving relationships, improve our physical health and live a conscious and empowered life. In my practice, I blend EMDR (Trauma releasing technique) with Visualization, Cognitive Behavioral interweaves, and Cellular Memory release techniques. Trained in intensive Grief Therapy using left-right brain bi lateral stimulation.
(509) 774-5801
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
April Shipowick-Smith, Counselor  in Wenatchee
“With over 18 years experience, I provide counseling to meet the needs of individuals, couples, and families. My approach is highly personalized and tailored to individual needs as the client strives to attain personal growth. I have treatment specialization in: Depression, Anxiety and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD); Couples Counseling; Family Counseling; Grief Counseling; Addiction Recovery Counseling; Stress Management; Co-Occurring Disorders; Trauma. I work with a wide range of emotional, behavioral and addiction issues including depression, parenting support, couples counseling, chemical dependency/addiction issues, court related issues and beyond. All therapy services are provided in a comfortable and supportive atmosphere.
(509) 667-0679
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Dylan Ann Spradlin, Counselor  in Wenatchee
“Parenting can be as overwhelming and confusing as it is rewarding and joyful. Most of the time, with luck, you experience the ups and downs of daily living with confidence, and get through the challenges eventually with advice from friends, parents or just sheer flying-by-the-seat-of-your-pants trial and error. Occasionally, however, you'll have a bigger issue. Parent coaching, or counseling for your family or child may be exactly what you need. Baby not sleeping? Child bullied at school and losing self-esteem? Parents fighting? I can help.
(509) 774-0286
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Tim Van Rheenen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Wenatchee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I'm here to help with your relationship, your individual struggle, and your desire to grow. I work with distant couples to regain connection, angry couples to find resolution, and families to grow stronger and more flexible. Sexual issues are a primary focus, whether you are struggling and sense you or your spouse's behavior is getting out of control, or you're looking to improve your sex life with your spouse. I look forward to coming along beside you and helping you to get unstuck.
(509) 724-2152
Wenatchee, Washington 98801
Cheryl J Short, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Wenatchee
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MDIV, LMFT, LMHC
“I work with those people in the following areas: Managing Stress and Anxiety, those who are looking for better ways to manage their stress in order to have clear and focused decisions and balance in their lives. Relationship issues; those looking to resolve conflict, establish better communication, build stronger bonds, this would include but not be limited to: couples, families, co-workers, work place relationships. Grief situations, this would include but not be limited to loss of an important person, to losses through a move. Professional helpers who find themselves wanting to avoid or work through second-hand trauma.
(509) 778-4484
Wenatchee, Washington 98801

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