Lynnsie Kramp, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
" *Currently full, and will be on maternity leave from May-August. I recognize the courage it takes to seek help in our struggles, which is why I strive to create a trusting and comfortable space in the efforts to reach your potential. We all have the ability to lead a fulfilling life, but sometimes need assistance to help guide and encourage us by working collaboratively and empowering ourselves to create change. I have experience working with children, adolescents, couples, families, and individuals. I enjoy working with people on depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, school/behavioral issues, and parenting."
(253) 655-1064 x480315
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" *Currently full, and will be on maternity leave from May-August. I recognize the courage it takes to seek help in our struggles, which is why I strive to create a trusting and comfortable space in the efforts to reach your potential. We all have the ability to lead a fulfilling life, but sometimes need assistance to help guide and encourage us by working collaboratively and empowering ourselves to create change. I have experience working with children, adolescents, couples, families, and individuals. I enjoy working with people on depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma, school/behavioral issues, and parenting."
Counselor, MS, MHP, LMHCA, CDPT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you are experiencing depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol addiction, marital and/or family conflict, grief and loss, trauma, PTSD, self-esteem issues or other mental health concerns? I will help you explore and achieve a deeper understanding of your current situation(s) to better cope and deal with them in a healthy way along with helping you gain a greater self-awareness and the strategies needed to foster and maintain these healthy changes. These strategies involve cognitive and mindfulness learning skills, in part, to change negative thinking and develop skills for living in the here and now."
(206) 483-0727
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"Are you are experiencing depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol addiction, marital and/or family conflict, grief and loss, trauma, PTSD, self-esteem issues or other mental health concerns? I will help you explore and achieve a deeper understanding of your current situation(s) to better cope and deal with them in a healthy way along with helping you gain a greater self-awareness and the strategies needed to foster and maintain these healthy changes. These strategies involve cognitive and mindfulness learning skills, in part, to change negative thinking and develop skills for living in the here and now."
Caren Osborn, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
"You CAN heal by recognizing how important your thoughts, AND feelings are in navigating this world. We easily use our minds to solve everything and sometimes we "solve" ourselves into trouble. We become fragmented when we problem solve without taking the time to tend to our our whole self. Use all of you to integrate what has been fragmented by trauma be it divorce, depression, anxiety, family issues, grief, etc. Access your thoughts, feelings, and spirituality to help you become more authentically yourself, allowing you to use your strengths and create more peace in your life."
(253) 200-6391
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"You CAN heal by recognizing how important your thoughts, AND feelings are in navigating this world. We easily use our minds to solve everything and sometimes we "solve" ourselves into trouble. We become fragmented when we problem solve without taking the time to tend to our our whole self. Use all of you to integrate what has been fragmented by trauma be it divorce, depression, anxiety, family issues, grief, etc. Access your thoughts, feelings, and spirituality to help you become more authentically yourself, allowing you to use your strengths and create more peace in your life."
Lisa Fraser, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHCA, MHP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Being out of sync with ourselves or one of our primary groups (family, religion, work, community), can be painful. We often feel guilt or shame because we can't "measure up" or make things work - no matter how hard we try. This can happen during times of transition or the feelings can linger from our past, sometimes reaching back to childhood. I work with people who want to go deep and live authentically, often dealing with trauma/abuse, transpersonal issues, identifying/defining the rules they live by and learning to navigate the world by them instead of despite them."
(253) 336-8223
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"Being out of sync with ourselves or one of our primary groups (family, religion, work, community), can be painful. We often feel guilt or shame because we can't "measure up" or make things work - no matter how hard we try. This can happen during times of transition or the feelings can linger from our past, sometimes reaching back to childhood. I work with people who want to go deep and live authentically, often dealing with trauma/abuse, transpersonal issues, identifying/defining the rules they live by and learning to navigate the world by them instead of despite them."
Chelsea T Harbottle, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, BA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Relationships, while sometimes the source of pain, can also have a powerful capacity to comfort and heal. I use evidence based practices to help you process your reality and reconnect with both your self and your partner. My approach honors the emotional experience to provide support and healing during times of confusion, anxiety, and depression."
(206) 207-8110
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"Relationships, while sometimes the source of pain, can also have a powerful capacity to comfort and heal. I use evidence based practices to help you process your reality and reconnect with both your self and your partner. My approach honors the emotional experience to provide support and healing during times of confusion, anxiety, and depression."
Aubry Daniel, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, BA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Navigating relationships, lingering trauma and day-to-day pressures can be overwhelming and isolating and I understand the fear of feeling lost or unheard. My goal is to provide a safe space for you (and/or partner/children) to explore your internal resources in order to work through the past, communicate in the present and focus on a hopeful future. "
(253) 252-5270
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"Navigating relationships, lingering trauma and day-to-day pressures can be overwhelming and isolating and I understand the fear of feeling lost or unheard. My goal is to provide a safe space for you (and/or partner/children) to explore your internal resources in order to work through the past, communicate in the present and focus on a hopeful future. "
Moore Counseling Services, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Greg is currently accepting new clients (individuals and couples) who are first responders, clergy, and veterans. Greg serves as Chaplain to the Washington State Patrol. He has specialized training in the issues faced by first responders and veterans. He offers compassion, safety, and respect to his clients. Clients for whom spiritual faith is important will find him able and happy to integrate that into their work together."
(253) 666-9303
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"Greg is currently accepting new clients (individuals and couples) who are first responders, clergy, and veterans. Greg serves as Chaplain to the Washington State Patrol. He has specialized training in the issues faced by first responders and veterans. He offers compassion, safety, and respect to his clients. Clients for whom spiritual faith is important will find him able and happy to integrate that into their work together."
Megan Whalin, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, BA
Verified by Psychology Today
"*ACCEPTING NEW COUPLES* Have you ever felt that one day you woke up and life got away from you? Maybe your relationship isn't as close as it used to be or you realize you've become so busy you forgot what you were working towards. I work with couples and individuals to help increase your passion and improve communication while balancing things like parenting and your career. I believe everyone has a story and part of that story is your journey towards finding peace, relaxation, enduring love, and overall happiness. I also work with postpartum moms as they transition into motherhood, an exciting yet challenging time of life."
(206) 207-8241
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"*ACCEPTING NEW COUPLES* Have you ever felt that one day you woke up and life got away from you? Maybe your relationship isn't as close as it used to be or you realize you've become so busy you forgot what you were working towards. I work with couples and individuals to help increase your passion and improve communication while balancing things like parenting and your career. I believe everyone has a story and part of that story is your journey towards finding peace, relaxation, enduring love, and overall happiness. I also work with postpartum moms as they transition into motherhood, an exciting yet challenging time of life."
Krystal Akin (Farnham-Muchow), Counselor
Counselor, MEd, LMHC, NCC, RYT
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a licensed mental health counselor, I work with individuals and families. I specialize in working with tween/adolescents (10-18) and young adults (19-29) who have experienced traumatic events and/or who struggle with suicidal/self harming behaviors or to cope with intense emotions/impulse control. I also have experience working with those with sexual/gender identity related struggles. My approach combines existential and behavioral theories with eastern philosophical elements."
(206) 408-2357
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"As a licensed mental health counselor, I work with individuals and families. I specialize in working with tween/adolescents (10-18) and young adults (19-29) who have experienced traumatic events and/or who struggle with suicidal/self harming behaviors or to cope with intense emotions/impulse control. I also have experience working with those with sexual/gender identity related struggles. My approach combines existential and behavioral theories with eastern philosophical elements."
Ryan Akin, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, CMHS
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a Mental Health Counselor, I believe that life presents us challenges that we sometimes need help to overcome. My specialty is working with young people between the ages of 10 and 21, but I do work with clients of all ages, with a focus on mood and behavioral stability. The foundations of my approach to counseling are Existential Psychology and Jungian Analytical Psychology. I have extensive experience working in Native American and multicultural communities."
(206) 800-7158
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"As a Mental Health Counselor, I believe that life presents us challenges that we sometimes need help to overcome. My specialty is working with young people between the ages of 10 and 21, but I do work with clients of all ages, with a focus on mood and behavioral stability. The foundations of my approach to counseling are Existential Psychology and Jungian Analytical Psychology. I have extensive experience working in Native American and multicultural communities."
Lori Kimmerly Therapy and Coaching, PLLC, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I grew up watching Mr. Rogers and love the concept of "looking for the helpers", so much so that I became one. We all need help at times and I really enjoy working with individuals and couples in transition. I try to help people (re)discover what is important to them and how to prioritize those things without giving up themselves or people they love. I am passionate about working with couples with an attachment lens as this is our most valuable and important relationship. I specialize in intimacy and connection issues with an emotionally focused lens. I love to be able to help couples find their way back to one another!"
(253) 655-0283
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"I grew up watching Mr. Rogers and love the concept of "looking for the helpers", so much so that I became one. We all need help at times and I really enjoy working with individuals and couples in transition. I try to help people (re)discover what is important to them and how to prioritize those things without giving up themselves or people they love. I am passionate about working with couples with an attachment lens as this is our most valuable and important relationship. I specialize in intimacy and connection issues with an emotionally focused lens. I love to be able to help couples find their way back to one another!"
Tory Booth, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, ATR
Verified by Psychology Today
"The first step in the therapy process is building a therapeutic relationship based on trust and compassion. I offer a down to earth approach that recognizes your struggles and your strengths. Growth occurs when we believe that we are truly accepted for who we are right now. When this happens, we are better equipped to see what we may want to hold onto and what we may want to shift. I will think creatively with you as this process unfolds and provide a safe place for you to think, feel and construct meaning of your experiences."
(206) 823-2922
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"The first step in the therapy process is building a therapeutic relationship based on trust and compassion. I offer a down to earth approach that recognizes your struggles and your strengths. Growth occurs when we believe that we are truly accepted for who we are right now. When this happens, we are better equipped to see what we may want to hold onto and what we may want to shift. I will think creatively with you as this process unfolds and provide a safe place for you to think, feel and construct meaning of your experiences."
Deborah Bloom, Counselor
Counselor, PsyD, LMFT, CMHS
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(206) 745-0951
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Madeleine 'Mayda' Taney, Counselor
Counselor, MA, MEd, LMHC, ATR-BC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I can help you find solutions to persistent problems like: panic attacks, not being able to say no, struggling with your children,, excessive worrying or unresolved grief & loss. I am committed to working with children & teens as well as adults. I am told that I am easy to talk to, warm, validating & practical. You are tired of banging up against the same wall, the same problem. Working with me is collaborative. WE work as a team. We focus on your strengths and needs. You are ready to put in the effort and take action to change."
(206) 451-7688
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"I can help you find solutions to persistent problems like: panic attacks, not being able to say no, struggling with your children,, excessive worrying or unresolved grief & loss. I am committed to working with children & teens as well as adults. I am told that I am easy to talk to, warm, validating & practical. You are tired of banging up against the same wall, the same problem. Working with me is collaborative. WE work as a team. We focus on your strengths and needs. You are ready to put in the effort and take action to change."
Susana B Puricelli, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MHP, MFT, LMHCA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Mental Health Professional with over 20 years of experience. I offer services in Spanish and English. The therapeutic process is brief and solution focus. I use various therapeutic techniques to aid Clients in achieving their goals. The interventions are tailored to Clients' needs and their presenting situations."
(206) 202-3301
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"I am a Mental Health Professional with over 20 years of experience. I offer services in Spanish and English. The therapeutic process is brief and solution focus. I use various therapeutic techniques to aid Clients in achieving their goals. The interventions are tailored to Clients' needs and their presenting situations."
Codi E James, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"In both my personal experience and clinical opinion, relationships with others and how we view ourselves are the most critical pieces to our well-being. Healthy partnerships, friendships, self appraisals, symptom reduction, and self-empowerment are my areas of focus and clinical expertise. I use a variety of therapeutic interventions to tailor each session to your needs and my intention is to guide you through the process with hope, support, and a non-judgmental approach."
(206) 512-8809
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"In both my personal experience and clinical opinion, relationships with others and how we view ourselves are the most critical pieces to our well-being. Healthy partnerships, friendships, self appraisals, symptom reduction, and self-empowerment are my areas of focus and clinical expertise. I use a variety of therapeutic interventions to tailor each session to your needs and my intention is to guide you through the process with hope, support, and a non-judgmental approach."
Carly J. Knapp, Ph.D., Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My preferred method of practice and my professional strengths involve a combination of our work together, identification and change of negative thougt patterns, and an exploration of sensations and moods that are assoicated with these thoughts. From this and from the experience of understanding and connection, new and healthy patterns of relating to yourself and others in your life can begin to be established and can continue to grow. You can begin to feel a sense of well-being, meaning, and purpose in your personal and professional life."
(253) 237-4987
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"My preferred method of practice and my professional strengths involve a combination of our work together, identification and change of negative thougt patterns, and an exploration of sensations and moods that are assoicated with these thoughts. From this and from the experience of understanding and connection, new and healthy patterns of relating to yourself and others in your life can begin to be established and can continue to grow. You can begin to feel a sense of well-being, meaning, and purpose in your personal and professional life."
Mary E Galaszewski, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work especially well with women's issues, especially life transitions, trauma, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. My dissertation was on treatment for rape survivors and I have worked extensively with survivors of incest and domestic abuse as well. I've also done advanced training at the Gottman Institute for couples therapy."
(253) 214-3982
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"I work especially well with women's issues, especially life transitions, trauma, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. My dissertation was on treatment for rape survivors and I have worked extensively with survivors of incest and domestic abuse as well. I've also done advanced training at the Gottman Institute for couples therapy."
Angie Fosmark, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with adults experiencing depression, anxiety, anger, relationship problems, trauma recovery, loss and grief, as well as crisis and life transitions. I help individuals and couples recover from painful experiences, overcome barriers that interfere with relationships and wellbeing, and find healthy, satisfying approaches to problems."
(253) 256-1485
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"I work with adults experiencing depression, anxiety, anger, relationship problems, trauma recovery, loss and grief, as well as crisis and life transitions. I help individuals and couples recover from painful experiences, overcome barriers that interfere with relationships and wellbeing, and find healthy, satisfying approaches to problems."
Mark Butcher, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I can help you understand your struggles with self-compassion and the determination to overcome life's obstacles. I have a background in existential and humanistic psychology and I utilize cognitive-behavioral (CBT), person-centered, and motivational interviewing (MI) techniques as well. "
(253) 201-2576
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"I can help you understand your struggles with self-compassion and the determination to overcome life's obstacles. I have a background in existential and humanistic psychology and I utilize cognitive-behavioral (CBT), person-centered, and motivational interviewing (MI) techniques as well. "

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