Jettson Davis
Counselor, MA, LMHCA Verified
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
Are feeling overwhelmed by the difficulties of adulthood? You might have begun to attain some of your life and career goals but still feel as though it is not enough, the voice of perfectionism is always there. Maybe you also find yourself wrestling with the bigger existential questions in life of meaning, identity, and purpose. There are likely past traumas, or feelings of anxiety and depression making it feel as though moving forward is impossible. I know first-hand the importance that having a supportive and caring person in your corner during these struggles.
(206) 278-3461
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Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
Are feeling overwhelmed by the difficulties of adulthood? You might have begun to attain some of your life and career goals but still feel as though it is not enough, the voice of perfectionism is always there. Maybe you also find yourself wrestling with the bigger existential questions in life of meaning, identity, and purpose. There are likely past traumas, or feelings of anxiety and depression making it feel as though moving forward is impossible. I know first-hand the importance that having a supportive and caring person in your corner during these struggles.
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Janis Medow
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, Janis , Medow, MSW, LICSW Verified
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
I provide holistic counseling and psychotherapy for couples, adults, and families. My areas of focus include relationship issues, life transitions, gender and sexuality, conscious (positive) aging, living with mental and physical illness, trauma, grief and loss. Drawing on over 35 years in mental health and medical social work, I offer clients support and guidance dealing with the challenges and opportunities of life.
(360) 633-4366
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Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
I provide holistic counseling and psychotherapy for couples, adults, and families. My areas of focus include relationship issues, life transitions, gender and sexuality, conscious (positive) aging, living with mental and physical illness, trauma, grief and loss. Drawing on over 35 years in mental health and medical social work, I offer clients support and guidance dealing with the challenges and opportunities of life.
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Kathleen Elias, LICSW
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW Verified
Office is near:
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
Sometimes clients who reach out to me are struggling with identifiable issues - depression, anxiety, addictions, stress, grief, life transitions, or illness. Sometimes they're couples grappling with the fallout of infidelity or suffering from a loss of intimacy. And sometimes new clients don't even know what the problem is. They just know something isn't working. I've been practicing for over thirty years, helping individuals and couples gain a deeper understanding of themselves and each other so they can live whole-heartedly and in the present.
(206) 502-0920
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Office is near:
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
Sometimes clients who reach out to me are struggling with identifiable issues - depression, anxiety, addictions, stress, grief, life transitions, or illness. Sometimes they're couples grappling with the fallout of infidelity or suffering from a loss of intimacy. And sometimes new clients don't even know what the problem is. They just know something isn't working. I've been practicing for over thirty years, helping individuals and couples gain a deeper understanding of themselves and each other so they can live whole-heartedly and in the present.
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Dr. William Gibson, Ph.D.
Counselor, PhD, MS, LMHCA, LCC Verified
Office is near:
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
As a client-centered professional, I recognize the strength necessary for an individual to take the first step through the counselor's open door. Through trusting and empathetic positive relationship building, I join my clients in the exploration of a healthier, self-accepting perspective in addressing the challenging components of their life experience. All areas of my practice focus upon acceptance and healthy management of personal questions through the discovery of an enhanced understanding, within a positive environment, which utilizes personal strengths to contribute to a happier, self satisfying life experience. Come take this walk with me...
(206) 823-2954
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Office is near:
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
As a client-centered professional, I recognize the strength necessary for an individual to take the first step through the counselor's open door. Through trusting and empathetic positive relationship building, I join my clients in the exploration of a healthier, self-accepting perspective in addressing the challenging components of their life experience. All areas of my practice focus upon acceptance and healthy management of personal questions through the discovery of an enhanced understanding, within a positive environment, which utilizes personal strengths to contribute to a happier, self satisfying life experience. Come take this walk with me...
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Alexandra Hepburn
Counselor, PhD, CC Verified
Office is near:
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
Loss, grief, life transitions - these are part of everyone's life. We need support, and we need to feel safe in order to explore our emotional, somatic, cognitive, and spiritual responses to change. I like to focus on direct experience rather than on thoughts alone. I use the Enneagram if clients are open, and sand play is a rich resource. We may explore mindful awareness, images and dreams, traumatic memories, body sensations, and different parts of our personality: the inner critic, the scared child, the seeker. The process of healing opens the way to more peace of mind, deeper self-awareness, and a renewed sense of meaning.
(206) 569-6834
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Office is near:
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
Loss, grief, life transitions - these are part of everyone's life. We need support, and we need to feel safe in order to explore our emotional, somatic, cognitive, and spiritual responses to change. I like to focus on direct experience rather than on thoughts alone. I use the Enneagram if clients are open, and sand play is a rich resource. We may explore mindful awareness, images and dreams, traumatic memories, body sensations, and different parts of our personality: the inner critic, the scared child, the seeker. The process of healing opens the way to more peace of mind, deeper self-awareness, and a renewed sense of meaning.
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Tom Papsco (Point-no-Point Counseling)
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, LMFTA, DC Verified
Office is near:
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Point-No-Point Counseling is a statement of perspective. My practice is a Person Centered approach. The perspective of my client and context of my client’s life is the core of the counseling experience. My client is the point of reference and while in counseling I count myself as a small and temporary part of the context of my client’s life. The interplay of perspective and context act on one another to shape our understandings of happiness, sadness or ambivalence. We shape our world our world shapes us. The perspective of my client and the context of my client’s life is what matters to me. That’s my “Point”.
(206) 237-8336
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Office is near:
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Point-No-Point Counseling is a statement of perspective. My practice is a Person Centered approach. The perspective of my client and context of my client’s life is the core of the counseling experience. My client is the point of reference and while in counseling I count myself as a small and temporary part of the context of my client’s life. The interplay of perspective and context act on one another to shape our understandings of happiness, sadness or ambivalence. We shape our world our world shapes us. The perspective of my client and the context of my client’s life is what matters to me. That’s my “Point”.
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Rachel Seifert - Olympic Counseling Services, LLC
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CMHS Verified
Office is near:
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
Hello! I am Rachel, an individual and family therapist and licensed independent clinical social worker. I work with teens and adults, offering both individual and family therapy. I specialize in working with clients who have anxiety, panic attacks, ADHD, autism, and depression. I also support clients experiencing phobias, OCD, grief/loss, and trauma. I partner with clients seeking to strengthen their stress/coping skills, relationships, communication skills, boundaries/self-care, and esteem/self-acceptance. I welcome LGBTQ+ identifying clients. I have taught meditation for 30 years, for those who would like to learn in-session.
(360) 813-6500
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Office is near:
Poulsbo, WA 98370
Offers online therapy
Hello! I am Rachel, an individual and family therapist and licensed independent clinical social worker. I work with teens and adults, offering both individual and family therapy. I specialize in working with clients who have anxiety, panic attacks, ADHD, autism, and depression. I also support clients experiencing phobias, OCD, grief/loss, and trauma. I partner with clients seeking to strengthen their stress/coping skills, relationships, communication skills, boundaries/self-care, and esteem/self-acceptance. I welcome LGBTQ+ identifying clients. I have taught meditation for 30 years, for those who would like to learn in-session.

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