Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT
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"Since becoming a therapist in 1992, I'm reminded again and again that the power to make change is in the relationship and connection between my clients and myself. I am effective at helping clients overcome trauma, including abuse and neglect. I use various practices to help clients get in touch with parts of themselves in new and empowering ways. I teach distress tolerance skills to improve coping with stress and intense emotions. I help clients gather tools and method to manage pain effectively. DVD's are available of prior workshops regarding codependency and attention deficit disorder."
(360) 339-8756
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"Since becoming a therapist in 1992, I'm reminded again and again that the power to make change is in the relationship and connection between my clients and myself. I am effective at helping clients overcome trauma, including abuse and neglect. I use various practices to help clients get in touch with parts of themselves in new and empowering ways. I teach distress tolerance skills to improve coping with stress and intense emotions. I help clients gather tools and method to manage pain effectively. DVD's are available of prior workshops regarding codependency and attention deficit disorder."
Lisa Yenney, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with children, adolescents and families. This includes family conflict, reunification therapy, and divorce. I work from a strengths based perspective, using the skills and strengths that an individual already posses to assist in managing current challenge(s) and identified goals. My work is brief in nature, I believe that most people possess the skills they need to improve their lives, but can use some guidance, education or simply some support in order to apply those skills correctly."
(360) 329-9525
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"I work with children, adolescents and families. This includes family conflict, reunification therapy, and divorce. I work from a strengths based perspective, using the skills and strengths that an individual already posses to assist in managing current challenge(s) and identified goals. My work is brief in nature, I believe that most people possess the skills they need to improve their lives, but can use some guidance, education or simply some support in order to apply those skills correctly."
Brad Allen Purfeerst
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that real happiness is possible, but often the path is elusive. Life continually challenges us and forces us to grow, and sometimes there is pain and confusion along the way. The good news is that you are never alone. There is help to get you to the other side. If it is a deep loss now or in the past, struggle in relationship, divorce, loss of children, a loss of connection, or a loss of meaning, I want you to know that there is hope. I will meet you where you are in your struggle, and we will find a path forward. Together we will solve the thing that confronts and confounds you, and grow peace in its place."
(360) 558-3323
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"I believe that real happiness is possible, but often the path is elusive. Life continually challenges us and forces us to grow, and sometimes there is pain and confusion along the way. The good news is that you are never alone. There is help to get you to the other side. If it is a deep loss now or in the past, struggle in relationship, divorce, loss of children, a loss of connection, or a loss of meaning, I want you to know that there is hope. I will meet you where you are in your struggle, and we will find a path forward. Together we will solve the thing that confronts and confounds you, and grow peace in its place."
Jeremy Houtsma, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
" Are you a young adult or a teen who is struggling with feeling depressed or anxious? Does it ever get so bad that you just wish you weren't here anymore? Has it hit the point where you feel like you need someone to talk to? "
(503) 743-6231
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" Are you a young adult or a teen who is struggling with feeling depressed or anxious? Does it ever get so bad that you just wish you weren't here anymore? Has it hit the point where you feel like you need someone to talk to? "
Kathy Shenk, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LMHC, CGE
Verified by Psychology Today
"Assisting individuals, couples, parents, teens, and families with the challenges of life is a privilege and a passion! My goal is to help people find hope, health and healing. I have been a Certified Gottman Educator since 2006, and completed Level 3 training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, finding that the tools from John Gottman's research, especially when applied through the filter of biblical counseling, can have a tremendous impact on marriages, parenting and other relationships. I also assist individuals in navigating difficult life challenges and transitions."
(855) 848-7753
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"Assisting individuals, couples, parents, teens, and families with the challenges of life is a privilege and a passion! My goal is to help people find hope, health and healing. I have been a Certified Gottman Educator since 2006, and completed Level 3 training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy, finding that the tools from John Gottman's research, especially when applied through the filter of biblical counseling, can have a tremendous impact on marriages, parenting and other relationships. I also assist individuals in navigating difficult life challenges and transitions."
Sharon Picard, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Although it's true that children are resilient, there are times when children and their families need focused support and therapy in order to move forward and reach emotional health and balance. I am a Clinical Psychologist and Registered Play Therapist who uses cognitive-behavioral, play therapy, animal-assisted therapy, art therapy, and mindfulness techniques to help clients achieve better mental health. Having been licensed for sixteen years, I have worked extensively with children who present with anxiety, depression, a history of trauma including post-traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit, obsessive-compulsive disorder, autism, grief issues, and behavioral concerns."
(808) 495-0232
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"Although it's true that children are resilient, there are times when children and their families need focused support and therapy in order to move forward and reach emotional health and balance. I am a Clinical Psychologist and Registered Play Therapist who uses cognitive-behavioral, play therapy, animal-assisted therapy, art therapy, and mindfulness techniques to help clients achieve better mental health. Having been licensed for sixteen years, I have worked extensively with children who present with anxiety, depression, a history of trauma including post-traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit, obsessive-compulsive disorder, autism, grief issues, and behavioral concerns."
Serena Meyer, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"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) 966-4583
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"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."
Kelly R. Fielding, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy working with a wide variety of clients, and have done so since I began practicing in 1994. Psychotherapy can be an uncomfortable experience, and I see myself as a fellow traveler in that journey. I have worked extensively with sexual abuse victims, anxiety, and depression. I am also a sex offender treatment provider. "
(833) 988-4273
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"I enjoy working with a wide variety of clients, and have done so since I began practicing in 1994. Psychotherapy can be an uncomfortable experience, and I see myself as a fellow traveler in that journey. I have worked extensively with sexual abuse victims, anxiety, and depression. I am also a sex offender treatment provider. "
Counselor, MS, LMHC-A
Verified by Psychology Today
"Living authentically can be scary, rather intimidating. With support of a therapist, individuals can learn to accept, even embrace, the vulnerability that the process towards authenticity requires. Within a supportive therapeutic relationship, clients can explore personal beliefs and develop their identity. Many individuals struggle with processing life events but it doesn't have to be done alone or involve constant suffering. Life events can be difficult, even "positive" ones such as birth of a child; postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety are real and it doesn't have to ruin your experience as a parent! "
(855) 402-5162
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"Living authentically can be scary, rather intimidating. With support of a therapist, individuals can learn to accept, even embrace, the vulnerability that the process towards authenticity requires. Within a supportive therapeutic relationship, clients can explore personal beliefs and develop their identity. Many individuals struggle with processing life events but it doesn't have to be done alone or involve constant suffering. Life events can be difficult, even "positive" ones such as birth of a child; postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety are real and it doesn't have to ruin your experience as a parent! "
Northwest Psychological Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, CSW, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
""Teenagers are just the best," - said no one ever. Well, except for me. I really enjoy working with teens, young adults, and young people in general- especially those with attachment and trauma issues. Additionally, working with the families of those teens is one of the quickest routes to healing, and I feel that you can't help the teen without also helping the family. I do this through traditional talk therapy techniques, EMDR, experiential therapy, and a systems and family approach."
(360) 207-2587
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""Teenagers are just the best," - said no one ever. Well, except for me. I really enjoy working with teens, young adults, and young people in general- especially those with attachment and trauma issues. Additionally, working with the families of those teens is one of the quickest routes to healing, and I feel that you can't help the teen without also helping the family. I do this through traditional talk therapy techniques, EMDR, experiential therapy, and a systems and family approach."
Real Life Counseling West Vancouver Pllc, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LMHC, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"No matter where you’re at on your travels through life, we want to be your partner on your personal road to overcoming pain, finding hope, and discovering solutions. We believe that you matter, no matter what. We invest in the lives of our clients and our team to ignite change and spark achievement both personally and throughout our community. We seek to serve our entire community. As such, our practice is not built around a single specialty. Instead, Real Life Counseling is a place where absolutely anybody can find a qualified counselor and receive help."
(855) 296-3044
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"No matter where you’re at on your travels through life, we want to be your partner on your personal road to overcoming pain, finding hope, and discovering solutions. We believe that you matter, no matter what. We invest in the lives of our clients and our team to ignite change and spark achievement both personally and throughout our community. We seek to serve our entire community. As such, our practice is not built around a single specialty. Instead, Real Life Counseling is a place where absolutely anybody can find a qualified counselor and receive help."
Conner Counseling and Consulting, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, DCSW, LICSW, LMHC, CMHS
Verified by Psychology Today
"Karin hopes to offer a warm, supportive environment for clients to explore their areas of strength, and their areas for potential growth. As an LICSW and LMHC, Karin specializes in individual, child and family counseling. Karin is faculty at university level, and supervises other clinicians working towards licensure. Karin is a master trainer in AMSR (assessing and managing suicide risk, a training for therapists, doctors, nurses and other mental health professionals). Karin is director of a social work organization that promotes equality through social work, and is clinical supervisor at a program for youth."
(509) 551-1813
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"Karin hopes to offer a warm, supportive environment for clients to explore their areas of strength, and their areas for potential growth. As an LICSW and LMHC, Karin specializes in individual, child and family counseling. Karin is faculty at university level, and supervises other clinicians working towards licensure. Karin is a master trainer in AMSR (assessing and managing suicide risk, a training for therapists, doctors, nurses and other mental health professionals). Karin is director of a social work organization that promotes equality through social work, and is clinical supervisor at a program for youth."
Olivia Resnick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"It is my belief that in spite of all life’s pains and challenges that it is entirely possible to find contentedness and even joy in our experience. I aim to learn about my client’s past, their values, life desires, and the current struggles that get in the way of daily life. It is through this exchange that we build a therapeutic relationship and set the stage for our work together. "
(360) 558-3247
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"It is my belief that in spite of all life’s pains and challenges that it is entirely possible to find contentedness and even joy in our experience. I aim to learn about my client’s past, their values, life desires, and the current struggles that get in the way of daily life. It is through this exchange that we build a therapeutic relationship and set the stage for our work together. "
Cynthia E Parker, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Thank you for the opportunity to introduce myself. I have been described as "open, sincere, compassionate, interactive and insightful". I am passionate about staying close to your experience, without judgment. I believe in the power within each person to heal, create real change, and live a fulfilling life. I am results-oriented and use the therapeutic approach that best serves you and your current goals. Research based therapeutic approaches inform my practice: such as psycho-dynamic theory, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)"
(360) 284-4138
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"Thank you for the opportunity to introduce myself. I have been described as "open, sincere, compassionate, interactive and insightful". I am passionate about staying close to your experience, without judgment. I believe in the power within each person to heal, create real change, and live a fulfilling life. I am results-oriented and use the therapeutic approach that best serves you and your current goals. Research based therapeutic approaches inform my practice: such as psycho-dynamic theory, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)"
Nancy Kyrie Campbell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have worked with individuals, couples, families, and groups. My current focus is primarily on people dealing with anxiety, depression, grief, attachment, life transitions, trauma, family and other interpersonal issues. I use a highly respectful approach in helping my clients address their issues and build effective coping and communication skills. This can include identifying and shifting limiting patterns (based on experiences of the past) that have continued to influence their present-day emotions, attitudes, interactions, expectations, and decisions. I work with each individual in a way that empowers them to stay in charge of their own therapeutic process."
(360) 207-2598
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"I have worked with individuals, couples, families, and groups. My current focus is primarily on people dealing with anxiety, depression, grief, attachment, life transitions, trauma, family and other interpersonal issues. I use a highly respectful approach in helping my clients address their issues and build effective coping and communication skills. This can include identifying and shifting limiting patterns (based on experiences of the past) that have continued to influence their present-day emotions, attitudes, interactions, expectations, and decisions. I work with each individual in a way that empowers them to stay in charge of their own therapeutic process."
Sandi Lee McQueen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CMHS, CDPT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have experience working with children, youth and families. As a Child Mental Health Specialist, I specialize in clinical social work with clients that are struggling with anxiety, depression, suicidality and trauma. I use a creative strength based approach utilizing evidence based practice with solution focused brief counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and dialectical behavior therapy. My focus is to promote safe and healthy individuals and families in our community. I believe everyone has something to offer to our community. Helping others to connect and live their life to the fullest is my hope for each individual and family."
(360) 329-9609
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"I have experience working with children, youth and families. As a Child Mental Health Specialist, I specialize in clinical social work with clients that are struggling with anxiety, depression, suicidality and trauma. I use a creative strength based approach utilizing evidence based practice with solution focused brief counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and dialectical behavior therapy. My focus is to promote safe and healthy individuals and families in our community. I believe everyone has something to offer to our community. Helping others to connect and live their life to the fullest is my hope for each individual and family."
Magen Wheeldon, Counselor
Counselor, MS, MHP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy working with individuals who are looking for support to manage situational stressors, life transitions and minimal, mild to severe mental illness. I work with youth to individuals in later life stages. I am comfortable working with individuals who are at risk, experience suicidality, self harm behaviors and compulsive behaviors. I focus on supporting an individual where they are at in life, letting them identify their needs and where they want to start in therapy. I am person centered and value my clients involvement in their treatment. "
(855) 423-7982
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"I enjoy working with individuals who are looking for support to manage situational stressors, life transitions and minimal, mild to severe mental illness. I work with youth to individuals in later life stages. I am comfortable working with individuals who are at risk, experience suicidality, self harm behaviors and compulsive behaviors. I focus on supporting an individual where they are at in life, letting them identify their needs and where they want to start in therapy. I am person centered and value my clients involvement in their treatment. "
Tina L Powell, Counselor
Counselor, MA, MS, LMHCA, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Reflecting on my own counseling practice, I have discovered the overwhelming strength and healing power of human connectedness which is an essential cornerstone of my therapeutic counseling relationships. Life is a journey filled with both opportunities and challenges. When daily life and/or life transitions seem too overwhelming, the guidance and support provided from a trusted professional who is empathetic and objective can be informative, empowering, and restorative. I use cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic interventions to help clients discover how conscious and unconscious thoughts impact emotions and behaviors. In addition, I draw from a variety of counseling theories to meet each client's individual needs."
(360) 614-2529
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"Reflecting on my own counseling practice, I have discovered the overwhelming strength and healing power of human connectedness which is an essential cornerstone of my therapeutic counseling relationships. Life is a journey filled with both opportunities and challenges. When daily life and/or life transitions seem too overwhelming, the guidance and support provided from a trusted professional who is empathetic and objective can be informative, empowering, and restorative. I use cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic interventions to help clients discover how conscious and unconscious thoughts impact emotions and behaviors. In addition, I draw from a variety of counseling theories to meet each client's individual needs."
Abigail Carey, Counselor
Counselor, MA, CMHS, LMHC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy working with teens, adults, and families seeking to explore unhelpful patterns, build insight, and live more fulfilling lives. At the core of my work, I believe that all humans have a desire to feel seen and heard and that the theraputic relationship is the most impactful catalyst of change. As such, my clients can expect a warm, gently challenging, compassionate, and authentic partner in working toward their goals. I am a preferred referral source for two medication providers who prescribe for ages 13 and older."
(833) 394-7371
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"I enjoy working with teens, adults, and families seeking to explore unhelpful patterns, build insight, and live more fulfilling lives. At the core of my work, I believe that all humans have a desire to feel seen and heard and that the theraputic relationship is the most impactful catalyst of change. As such, my clients can expect a warm, gently challenging, compassionate, and authentic partner in working toward their goals. I am a preferred referral source for two medication providers who prescribe for ages 13 and older."
Gina Kanagawa Schwartz, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and registered Art Therapist, and I work as part of a team of phenomenal private practitioners at A Better Way Counseling in Vancouver, Washington. I use an eclectic approach to therapy that is highly individualized to you, your goals, your strengths, and the challenges you face from day-to-day. More specifically, I am skilled at weaving creative techniques into the practice of mindfulness, CBT, DBT, and psychodynamic interventions. I love working with children, teens, mothers struggling with daily stresses, and families."
(360) 718-5813
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"I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and registered Art Therapist, and I work as part of a team of phenomenal private practitioners at A Better Way Counseling in Vancouver, Washington. I use an eclectic approach to therapy that is highly individualized to you, your goals, your strengths, and the challenges you face from day-to-day. More specifically, I am skilled at weaving creative techniques into the practice of mindfulness, CBT, DBT, and psychodynamic interventions. I love working with children, teens, mothers struggling with daily stresses, and families."

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