Counselor, Psy.D. , MA, MACP, LMHC, LPC
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" I work to provide a safe place in which to examine life and to journey towards healing and growth. I provide interventions for children, adolescents and adults who are suffering from depression, anxiety, trauma, gender and sexual identity distress."
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" I work to provide a safe place in which to examine life and to journey towards healing and growth. I provide interventions for children, adolescents and adults who are suffering from depression, anxiety, trauma, gender and sexual identity distress."
B. Bartja Wachtel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, MHP, CMHS
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"I practice from mindfulness, self-compassion and positive psychology approaches. We often get stuck in resistance to the very normal experience of suffering, as if something has gone terribly wrong. In this awareness we acknowledge that we are disconnected from the fullness of our experience and ourselves; the mind, body and our relationships. We can incline toward your experience and yourself in these areas with curiosity, cultivating tenderness, interconnectedness, and wise attention. Within all of us there are invaluable core values with a capacity to hold space and a sense of wholeness that runs deeper than our problems."
Alzheimer's
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"I practice from mindfulness, self-compassion and positive psychology approaches. We often get stuck in resistance to the very normal experience of suffering, as if something has gone terribly wrong. In this awareness we acknowledge that we are disconnected from the fullness of our experience and ourselves; the mind, body and our relationships. We can incline toward your experience and yourself in these areas with curiosity, cultivating tenderness, interconnectedness, and wise attention. Within all of us there are invaluable core values with a capacity to hold space and a sense of wholeness that runs deeper than our problems."
Megan Maloney, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
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"The goals of therapy are directed toward providing a positive and collaborative forum to ease presenting difficulties; and draw on the individual's strengths and resilience to enable greater contentment and satisfaction in life. The foundation from which I view issues is from a systems approach. Thus, my focus is on the relational context that each individual resides within. Additionally, I borrow ideas from Attachment , Emotionally Focused, Cognitive-Behavioral, and EMDR constructs when tailoring goals developed for each person's unique needs."
Alzheimer's
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"The goals of therapy are directed toward providing a positive and collaborative forum to ease presenting difficulties; and draw on the individual's strengths and resilience to enable greater contentment and satisfaction in life. The foundation from which I view issues is from a systems approach. Thus, my focus is on the relational context that each individual resides within. Additionally, I borrow ideas from Attachment , Emotionally Focused, Cognitive-Behavioral, and EMDR constructs when tailoring goals developed for each person's unique needs."
Lynn Buell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSSW
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"Sometimes, due to painful life experiences, a person is knocked off track in his or her development. Unconscious factors create patterns of behavior that limit one's ability to experience happiness and freedom in areas of relationships, work, and leisure. Our work together will produce breakthroughs in the limits you knowingly or unknowingly impose on yourself based on past experiences. I am profoundly moved and humbled when I am a part of this process."
Alzheimer's
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"Sometimes, due to painful life experiences, a person is knocked off track in his or her development. Unconscious factors create patterns of behavior that limit one's ability to experience happiness and freedom in areas of relationships, work, and leisure. Our work together will produce breakthroughs in the limits you knowingly or unknowingly impose on yourself based on past experiences. I am profoundly moved and humbled when I am a part of this process."
Amber Hughes, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHCA
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
"I work with adults, children, teens, and couples who are seeking insight into their own processes and behaviors, with a desire to heal broken places. I am passionate about helping people connect to their inner strength, beauty, and goodness, which means I will have a bias toward kindness and self-compassion. It can be intimidating and overwhelming making the first steps toward wellness-I aim to be open and authentic right off the bat to help ease some of the anxiety. I am an artist who has spent many years working in restaurants, so I especially love working with artists and folks in the service industry as they pursue wellness."
Alzheimer's
(206) 460-1726
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Seattle, Washington 98102
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"I work with adults, children, teens, and couples who are seeking insight into their own processes and behaviors, with a desire to heal broken places. I am passionate about helping people connect to their inner strength, beauty, and goodness, which means I will have a bias toward kindness and self-compassion. It can be intimidating and overwhelming making the first steps toward wellness-I aim to be open and authentic right off the bat to help ease some of the anxiety. I am an artist who has spent many years working in restaurants, so I especially love working with artists and folks in the service industry as they pursue wellness."
Maggie Elkon, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
"Some problems life throws us are particularly tough. You've likely tried to figure things out on your own; maybe confided in those you are close to - both of which can be very helpful. But there are times when it is valuable to speak with someone who is objective and trained in these matters: to share issues of concern or confusion; with support, without judgement, uncomplicated by the needs or agendas of others. I offer a space to be curious and reflective together where the focus is solely on understanding and helping you. This can provide relief itself and build the trust necessary to identify and address your wished-for change. "
Alzheimer's
(206) 309-7618
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"Some problems life throws us are particularly tough. You've likely tried to figure things out on your own; maybe confided in those you are close to - both of which can be very helpful. But there are times when it is valuable to speak with someone who is objective and trained in these matters: to share issues of concern or confusion; with support, without judgement, uncomplicated by the needs or agendas of others. I offer a space to be curious and reflective together where the focus is solely on understanding and helping you. This can provide relief itself and build the trust necessary to identify and address your wished-for change. "
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Michele Scoleri, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Making the decision to seek therapy is a powerful moment in your life, and finding the right therapist is the next step on that path. I see my role as a partner and witness in your exploration of what being a whole person means to you. Anxiety, life transitions, relationship issues or a general feeling of being "stuck" are just some of the possible issues that might bring you to therapy. Regardless of the reason you may choose to work with me, you can expect to find a place of acceptance in which to share your authentic self."
(206) 489-2875
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"Making the decision to seek therapy is a powerful moment in your life, and finding the right therapist is the next step on that path. I see my role as a partner and witness in your exploration of what being a whole person means to you. Anxiety, life transitions, relationship issues or a general feeling of being "stuck" are just some of the possible issues that might bring you to therapy. Regardless of the reason you may choose to work with me, you can expect to find a place of acceptance in which to share your authentic self."
Rhiannon Trozzi Andreini, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHCA
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a provider coming from clinical work in community and institutional settings, I have had the privilege of working alongside a wide array of individuals. Provided this spectrum and my previous research efforts, my approach has become a constellation of theoretical orientations. I believe firmly in strengths-based counseling, as we know mental health symptomology, disturbances, or addiction of all kinds are nothing but survival skills, however maladaptive. Inherently, working together to identify and address paths to personal peace requires commitment to authenticity and personal awareness; healing is your process. I am only a facilitator of your self-knowledge."
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"As a provider coming from clinical work in community and institutional settings, I have had the privilege of working alongside a wide array of individuals. Provided this spectrum and my previous research efforts, my approach has become a constellation of theoretical orientations. I believe firmly in strengths-based counseling, as we know mental health symptomology, disturbances, or addiction of all kinds are nothing but survival skills, however maladaptive. Inherently, working together to identify and address paths to personal peace requires commitment to authenticity and personal awareness; healing is your process. I am only a facilitator of your self-knowledge."
Stacy Lewis, Counselor
Counselor, LMHCA, CHT
Verified by Psychology Today
"We are shaped by our life experiences, and most deeply in our early years by our loved ones. Much of our longing stems from three simple but profound needs: We want to be seen, chosen, and understood. There comes a time when it is worth developing insight into ourselves, from a stable standpoint in the here and now. Maybe you are spending a lot of time in self-doubt or self-criticism, or notice that you are often too frenzied or too tired? Maybe you are recovering from difficult life circumstances or oppressive social systems. It is possible to create healthier and more fulfilling ways of relating to yourself and others."
(206) 207-9197
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"We are shaped by our life experiences, and most deeply in our early years by our loved ones. Much of our longing stems from three simple but profound needs: We want to be seen, chosen, and understood. There comes a time when it is worth developing insight into ourselves, from a stable standpoint in the here and now. Maybe you are spending a lot of time in self-doubt or self-criticism, or notice that you are often too frenzied or too tired? Maybe you are recovering from difficult life circumstances or oppressive social systems. It is possible to create healthier and more fulfilling ways of relating to yourself and others."
Megan Fisher, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in helping individuals seek healing and learn to cope with the many problems life can bring through individual therapy. I value helping people utilize the strengths they have internally and as we work together, we will explore how to step into living a healthy, balanced life. I am truly passionate about people and the individuality and complexity of each person's unique experience."
(206) 966-6411
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"I specialize in helping individuals seek healing and learn to cope with the many problems life can bring through individual therapy. I value helping people utilize the strengths they have internally and as we work together, we will explore how to step into living a healthy, balanced life. I am truly passionate about people and the individuality and complexity of each person's unique experience."
Jim Dunn, Counselor
Counselor, MA, NCC, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life is hard! Coping with unexpected challenges, parenting, dealing with memories we wish we didn’t have, learning about a new diagnosis or condition, starting a new career or job, all of these things push us out of our comfort zones and we struggle to deal with them. It is totally normal to feel like your world is a bit out of control at times and that you’re not sure what to do or how to do it. People like you reach out to me because they’re tired of their current state of mind, tired of feeling trapped in negative thought loops, and they’ve decided that now is the time for help."
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"Life is hard! Coping with unexpected challenges, parenting, dealing with memories we wish we didn’t have, learning about a new diagnosis or condition, starting a new career or job, all of these things push us out of our comfort zones and we struggle to deal with them. It is totally normal to feel like your world is a bit out of control at times and that you’re not sure what to do or how to do it. People like you reach out to me because they’re tired of their current state of mind, tired of feeling trapped in negative thought loops, and they’ve decided that now is the time for help."
Daniel A. Arteaga, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MS, LMFTA
Verified by Psychology Today
"The city is strange. So many people living so close together, but why do most of us feel so alone? Maybe it's the same reason Instagram leaves us wanting. What's missing is genuine connection. We're losing our touch at it, and it's my mission to help you get it back. Human connection is vital to our well being. Don't let isolation cast it's shadow in your life. "
(425) 502-5469
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"The city is strange. So many people living so close together, but why do most of us feel so alone? Maybe it's the same reason Instagram leaves us wanting. What's missing is genuine connection. We're losing our touch at it, and it's my mission to help you get it back. Human connection is vital to our well being. Don't let isolation cast it's shadow in your life. "
Katrina M. Knutson, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"People come to therapy for many reasons. When we are in pain, confusion, fear or sadness, we seek support and understanding. Sometimes we are going through a difficult transition and just need someone to talk to. Other times, we have specific goals we would like to reach, or coping skills we would like to learn. The therapeutic process is a creative and compassionate practice that is based in the respect and safety of the relationship between the client and the therapist. Challenges are often opportunities for growth, and often lead us to a greater understanding of ourselves."
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"People come to therapy for many reasons. When we are in pain, confusion, fear or sadness, we seek support and understanding. Sometimes we are going through a difficult transition and just need someone to talk to. Other times, we have specific goals we would like to reach, or coping skills we would like to learn. The therapeutic process is a creative and compassionate practice that is based in the respect and safety of the relationship between the client and the therapist. Challenges are often opportunities for growth, and often lead us to a greater understanding of ourselves."
Alex A Gomez, Counselor
Counselor, PsyD, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach emphasizes the therapeutic relationship and how we can identify and work on your presenting issues in the here and now. Optimal for therapy-seekers who are searching for a deeper understanding of themselves and their struggles, when symptom-reducing strategies haven't worked. I work most effectively with older teens and young adults. I'm a good option for those with particularly enduring struggles looking for something different; older teens with severe anxiety, depression or social issues; college students needing beyond what college counseling centers offer; issues of identity; and individuals suffering emotional injuries of a sociopolitical nature."
(206) 339-8594
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"My approach emphasizes the therapeutic relationship and how we can identify and work on your presenting issues in the here and now. Optimal for therapy-seekers who are searching for a deeper understanding of themselves and their struggles, when symptom-reducing strategies haven't worked. I work most effectively with older teens and young adults. I'm a good option for those with particularly enduring struggles looking for something different; older teens with severe anxiety, depression or social issues; college students needing beyond what college counseling centers offer; issues of identity; and individuals suffering emotional injuries of a sociopolitical nature."
Sarah A Matlock, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a licensed psychotherapist currently working with older adolescents and adults on many human concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship problems, cultural and identity issues, trauma and others. I practice combining warmth, support and challenge when needed. We first establish an empathic therapeutic relationship, creating an environment where growth and healing can occur. Your specific needs, my training and intuition guide my interventions."
(206) 496-0830
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"I am a licensed psychotherapist currently working with older adolescents and adults on many human concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship problems, cultural and identity issues, trauma and others. I practice combining warmth, support and challenge when needed. We first establish an empathic therapeutic relationship, creating an environment where growth and healing can occur. Your specific needs, my training and intuition guide my interventions."
David Lee Kahle, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, MA, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm an empathetic and insightful listener. My experience will allow us to better understand and address your concerns whether they are easily identifiable or confusingly vague to you now. You will find me to be warm, collaborative, and non-judgmental while also direct and down to earth. "
(206) 557-3795
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"I'm an empathetic and insightful listener. My experience will allow us to better understand and address your concerns whether they are easily identifiable or confusingly vague to you now. You will find me to be warm, collaborative, and non-judgmental while also direct and down to earth. "
Peggy S Wood, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you feel like you can't quit thinking about painful things that happened to you? Do you wish you could be more like the "you" before the trauma happened? Trauma can make you feel lonely and afraid. You can feel torn between wanting to talk about what happened versus keeping it all locked inside. I know it's hard to take that first step to get help, but once you start to talk about it with someone who knows how to help you heal, you can begin to work to reclaim the life you feel you lost."
(206) 397-0298
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"Do you feel like you can't quit thinking about painful things that happened to you? Do you wish you could be more like the "you" before the trauma happened? Trauma can make you feel lonely and afraid. You can feel torn between wanting to talk about what happened versus keeping it all locked inside. I know it's hard to take that first step to get help, but once you start to talk about it with someone who knows how to help you heal, you can begin to work to reclaim the life you feel you lost."
Dina Maugeri, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My work is ideal for people who have a desire to understand themselves more fully, and who are interested in exploring the stuck patterns of thought and behavior that cause unintended suffering to themselves and the people in their lives. I work with clients who are experiencing anxiety and depression, grief and loss, relationship difficulties, life transitions, and issues around identity, including sexuality and gender issues. I also work with clients who are grappling with existential issues of meaning and mortality. I focus on the cultivation of awareness and acceptance in the safe holding environment of a compassionate therapeutic relationship."
(206) 567-7396
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"My work is ideal for people who have a desire to understand themselves more fully, and who are interested in exploring the stuck patterns of thought and behavior that cause unintended suffering to themselves and the people in their lives. I work with clients who are experiencing anxiety and depression, grief and loss, relationship difficulties, life transitions, and issues around identity, including sexuality and gender issues. I also work with clients who are grappling with existential issues of meaning and mortality. I focus on the cultivation of awareness and acceptance in the safe holding environment of a compassionate therapeutic relationship."
Jenny Wang, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"You are feeling stuck with a problem but not from lack of trying. When you decide to work with me, I keep in mind that you are seeking therapy because of your hard work, intelligence, and courage - finding solutions is not simple! With your collaboration, we would work towards increasing your sense of internal calm and connection with others. I aim to listen with compassion and nonjudgment and suggest *evidence-based* tools to help you reach your goals."
(206) 460-1667
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"You are feeling stuck with a problem but not from lack of trying. When you decide to work with me, I keep in mind that you are seeking therapy because of your hard work, intelligence, and courage - finding solutions is not simple! With your collaboration, we would work towards increasing your sense of internal calm and connection with others. I aim to listen with compassion and nonjudgment and suggest *evidence-based* tools to help you reach your goals."
Amy C Zoloth, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC, CDP
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with individuals and families through a multitude of issues. I enjoy working with and am passionate about adolescents and families with adolescents. The teen years are such a layered and sometimes difficult period in life that often impacts the entire family, I enjoy helping families to better communicate and connect in order to preserve and improve family functioning."
(206) 639-2839
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"I work with individuals and families through a multitude of issues. I enjoy working with and am passionate about adolescents and families with adolescents. The teen years are such a layered and sometimes difficult period in life that often impacts the entire family, I enjoy helping families to better communicate and connect in order to preserve and improve family functioning."

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Alzheimer's (Dementia) Therapists
A progressive neurodegenerative disease, Alzheimers Disease slowly destroys an individual's memory, judgment, cognition and eventually ability to function. It represents an enormous burden on victims of the disease and their family alike.

Alzheimer's is characterized by memory loss, language deterioration, impaired ability to mentally manipulate visual information, poor judgment, confusion, restlessness, and mood swings.

Alzheimer's usually begins after age 65, but its onset may occur as early as age 40, appearing first as memory decline and, over several years, destroying cognition, personality, and ability to function. Confusion and restlessness may also occur. The early symptoms of AD, which include forgetfulness and loss of concentration, can be missed easily because they resemble signs of natural aging.

If you're looking for help for a friend or mother or father with alzheimer's in 98102 or for an 98102 alzheimer's therapist, these professionals provide alzheimer's help, alzheimer's therapy, alzheimer's counseling and alzheimer's treatment. They include alzheimer's therapists, alzheimer's psychologists and alzheimer's counselors. Therapists can help with testing for alzheimer's or diagnosis of alzheimers in 98102. They work with alzheimer behaviors in 98102 and follow alzheimer's research. Therapists can provide support for family members and carers of alzheimer's patients in 98102 or direct you to local alzheimer's resources.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Seattle 98102 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 98102 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 98102 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 98102 or family therapy in Seattle 98102.