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Therapists in Seattle, WA 98104
First Hill, International District and Pioneer Square

Karlie Markendorf, Art Therapist  in Seattle
“During times of stress and transition, seeking therapy can be a source of support, comfort, and even inspiration. Traditional talk therapy, art therapy, and body-centered therapy (including EMDR) offer tools to explore the things that bring us, or our children, into therapy. In thirteen years of practice, I have found that honoring the body and creative process is helpful in addressing complex trauma, grief/loss, PTSD, sexual trauma, and issues that affect mind/body/emotions/energy including anxiety, depression, addictive behavior, and physical pain. I love working co-creatively with adolescents and adults of all ages.
(206) 557-6657
Seattle, Washington 98104
Janette Brown, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Welcome. In seeking change, and taking steps toward assistance, you will want to know I have been working with people since '73 on personal growth (self-improvement, family communication & work performance). Over that time I've seen clients discover deeper sides of themselves, with a breadth of wisdom they didn't realize they had. Using a straightforward approach, I offer a 20-minute free consultation to meet with you, hear your concerns and let you know how I would work with you.
(206) 524-3645
Seattle, Washington 98104
Jodi Palmer, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am an integrative therapist serving individuals and couples, and maintain a private practice in the historic Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle, WA. While I have extensive experience in the specialization of eating disorders, issues related to food, physical wellness, and body image, I am currently serving as a private practitioner and work with a broad spectrum of clients.
(213) 805-8367
Seattle, Washington 98104
Lynette Jeung, Counselor  in Seattle
“It's not easy asking for help. We've all been there. But, you are here and chances are, something is not right. Feeling irritable and restless? Do friends and family "not get" you? Not sure where to go from here? Consider professional counseling. I am a Seattle-based counselor, supporting individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, and many everyday life issues. I also work with couples dealing with relationship and communication issues. My goal is to help you grow, gain insights into your thoughts and behaviors, and to ultimately guide you towards making positive and productive choices in whatever life decisions you may face.
(206) 518-9752
Seattle, Washington 98104
Jeffery J Goff, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with men and boys who struggle with anger. Often times the anger is brought on by unmet expectations and merely a symptom of deeper issues under the surface. It's my job to metaphorically stand in a place you can not see, and point you in the right direction as to the cause of what is contributing to the anger. By doing so, you can receive insight that will enrich your life and change it for the better.
(206) 673-5349
Seattle, Washington 98104
Ryan A Lewis, Counselor  in Seattle
“The decision to pursue psychotherapy and counseling services is an important and personal one. I offer a free 25-minute consultation appointment to help you decide if psychotherapy and the services I provide will meet your needs. This consultation appointment is an opportunity for me to learn about you, your concerns and your goals, and it's also a time for you to evaluate me as a therapist and to see if I will be a good fit for you.
(206) 467-4080
Seattle, Washington 98104
Naomi Oderberg, Psychologist  in Seattle
“Hello and welcome. As a therapist for over 25 years, my goal is to create a safe environment for individuals, couples, children and families. This enables us to delve into important emotional, practical and relational concerns. Learning emotional regulation, coping and problem solving skills is often an important focus. Together we explore present circumstances and ways the past may have created obstacles to moving forward. In therapy we try to understand your personal challenges and use your strengths to work toward creating a life that is meaningful and fulfilling for you and your family.
(206) 429-4245
Seattle, Washington 98104
Case E Lovell, Counselor  in Seattle
“My role as a counselor is to ask the right questions, so that you can find your own answers: everyone has within themselves the capacity for growth and positive change. I work with individuals from a wide range of backgrounds to manage depression, anxiety, the grief caused by a death or loss of a relationship, or the stress and uncertainty of major life change. This work is focused on employing your unique strengths to find the way forward that is right for you.
(425) 310-5410
Seattle, Washington 98104
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
Antonia Greene, M.Ed, LMHC, Counselor  in Seattle
“What hurts? You are bright, inquisitive, sensitive. You desire wholeness and fulfillment for yourself along with healthy relationships with important people in your life. Yet you may have experienced past traumas or losses in life that seem to keep you stuck, or you find that you are repeating the same patterns or are attracting the wrong people. You may feel anxious or depressed, and you want to know why, and how to find relief. I can help you unravel destructive stories from the past and lay out new pathways to your 'becoming'.
(206) 317-1851
Seattle, Washington 98104
Rachel Lordkenaga, Counselor  in Seattle
“I am passionate about the therapeutic relationship. This work entails identifying issues and concerns and processing them in a constructive way. I am interested in holding hope for you on this journey, even when you are feeling hopeless. I think it is important to understand the connection between the mind and the body as well as the past and the present as challenges are confronted. I find the use of creativity, both in art making and perspective changing, very healing. It is an honor to guide you in the process of creating the life you desire.
(253) 245-1434
Seattle, Washington 98104
Bruce Hall, Counselor  in Seattle
“I specialize in areas of post-traumatic stress, loss, depression, life transitions and LGBTQ-related issues around sexuality and internalized oppression. My approach is based on mindful humanism: You already possess a wisdom about what's going on with you; it's an advantage that's sometimes hard to access when a problem becomes overwhelming. I provide a safe, supportive place for you to be who you are, where you are.
(206) 535-1684
Seattle, Washington 98104
William Cornwell, Counselor  in Seattle
“My therapeutic practice focuses on helping people from all walks address a wide range of issues including adult ADHD, grief and loss, relationship struggles, depression, and recovery from past trauma and heartache. I have extensive experience working with youth and families and have had considerable success working with young and middle aged adults. My work with individuals involves facilitating awareness and insight on how the influences of the past impacts present behavioral, emotional, and cognitive patterns. I focus on interpersonal dynamics, attachment issues, and the function of one's personality type/relational style as it relates to the issues presented.
(425) 786-9934
Seattle, Washington 98104
Calvin Burnap, Counselor  in Seattle
“The work we will do together is part of a larger social justice framework that seeks collective healing and empowerment. When working together, I am sensitive to how oppression (racism, sexism, colonialism, transphobia, heterosexism, ageism, classism, ableism, etc.) can impact mental health and identity. The most important goal I have for my clients is to create a safe space to be and talk.
(206) 535-1835
Seattle, Washington 98104
Lisa Weinberg, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with people who are feeling stuck or at a crossroads. I know what a difficult and scary place that can be. As a therapist, I meet you just where you're at, with openness and compassion. We'll work together to help you better understand what is getting in your way and how to find your way to a place of greater freedom and possibilities.
(206) 898-0515
Seattle, Washington 98104
Laurel Marshall Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“I am a licensed mental health professional and enjoy working with adults and couples who are struggling with feelings of anxiety, depression, loss/grief or relationship distress.
(206) 454-9362
Seattle, Washington 98104
Jackie G. Szarka, Psychologist  in Seattle
“In my clinical practice I serve persons suffering from trauma aftermath, struggling with anxiety, facing relationship issues, and navigating life transitions. My main focus is on work with Veterans and/or active military with symptoms of PTSD. My work also includes survivors of sexual assault and/or intimate partner violence. A third area of focus is on navigating life transitions and moving purposely into a healthy future. Whenever possible, I place special emphasis on involving the significant others of those with whom I work, or working solely with significant others of trauma survivors who are struggling in their own way.
(206) 489-3481
Seattle, Washington 98104
Beacon Couple & Family Therapy, LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Seattle
“Marital and family relationships are often the source of our greatest joys, fears, pain, hopes, and aspirations. These relationships also have tremendous power to create meaningful and lasting positive change. My role is to collaborate with the couple and/or family system in ways that help reduce the distress and co-create meaningful changes in clients' lives. Successful therapy effectively shifts the communication, roles, and relationships with those who matter most in your life.
(206) 780-1036
Seattle, Washington 98104
Nan Joy Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Seattle
“Sometimes what you feel on the inside feels too big to share with friends - too much to tell loved ones and still too much for you to hold on your own. That's how therapy can help. Therapy is a place where together we develop a map of your internal life, how you feel, why you feel what you feel, and what to do about all of it. You may feel kind of desperate to talk - to start examining these feelings and understanding them. If that's how you feel, I hope you'll call to set up an appointment.
(206) 579-6494
Seattle, Washington 98104
Mariam Opincar Merrin, Counselor  in Seattle
“I work with individuals, families, couples, and youth on a variety of issues including addiction and the effects of another person's addiction; physical, sexual, and emotional trauma; anxiety; grief, loss, and depression. No matter what you have been coping with, there is hope. If you are looking at this site, you are taking an important step toward greater healing, peace, and actualization of a more fulfilling life.
(206) 347-8060
Seattle, Washington 98104
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