Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe in the strength, resiliency and beauty of the human spirit. I also believe in co-creating opportunities to bring forth our best self. By changing the stories we tell ourselves, we can overcome extreme adversity and trauma. Through self actualization and awareness we can become our true selves and live the life we truly want to live."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 420-1321 x106
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"I believe in the strength, resiliency and beauty of the human spirit. I also believe in co-creating opportunities to bring forth our best self. By changing the stories we tell ourselves, we can overcome extreme adversity and trauma. Through self actualization and awareness we can become our true selves and live the life we truly want to live."
Crissa Parsley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"My desire is to create a safe place for adolescents and young adults to express themselves and work through the challenges of life. Growing up brings many natural transitions that can be challenging at times. With additional life stressors, life can feel overwhelming. Problems at school, low self-esteem, family conflict, past traumas, loss/grief, and other issues can create strong feelings that get in the way of normal functioning. I believe every person has a story of resilience and my role is to help integrate past experiences, cope with present hardships and create hope for the future."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 455-6736
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"My desire is to create a safe place for adolescents and young adults to express themselves and work through the challenges of life. Growing up brings many natural transitions that can be challenging at times. With additional life stressors, life can feel overwhelming. Problems at school, low self-esteem, family conflict, past traumas, loss/grief, and other issues can create strong feelings that get in the way of normal functioning. I believe every person has a story of resilience and my role is to help integrate past experiences, cope with present hardships and create hope for the future."
Joseph Henry, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMCHA
Verified by Psychology Today
"We all experience great changes during our lives, evolutions in identity, shifts in how we see ourselves and how others see us. I specialize in helping people grow in the wake of significant life events and changes. Through reflection and dialogue we can understand and make meaning of our journey. "
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 785-2205
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"We all experience great changes during our lives, evolutions in identity, shifts in how we see ourselves and how others see us. I specialize in helping people grow in the wake of significant life events and changes. Through reflection and dialogue we can understand and make meaning of our journey. "
Molly Rice, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA, RDT
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
"I enjoy working with women who have experienced, or are currently experiencing, fertility issues. Coping with fertility issues can be all-consuming, isolating, and difficult to manage for even the most resilient women. I like to support clients during their journey by encouraging the integration of mind and body, which serves to help the individual process their current grief and build skills for coping with it."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(971) 220-7173
Verified
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"I enjoy working with women who have experienced, or are currently experiencing, fertility issues. Coping with fertility issues can be all-consuming, isolating, and difficult to manage for even the most resilient women. I like to support clients during their journey by encouraging the integration of mind and body, which serves to help the individual process their current grief and build skills for coping with it."
Empathic Resilience Counseling, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
"Are you feeling disconnected in your relationships with parents, friends, or intimate partners? Are you trying to navigate your relationship with your narcissistic parent or with a parent struggling with addiction problems? Are you grieving a sudden loss of someone close to you? Do you feel compelled to take care of others at the expense of your own needs? Do you struggle with setting healthy boundaries for yourself? Do you find yourself self-medicating with drugs, alcohol, or food to cope with feelings of emptiness and loneliness? You don't have to go through these struggles alone. "
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 792-5332
Verified
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"Are you feeling disconnected in your relationships with parents, friends, or intimate partners? Are you trying to navigate your relationship with your narcissistic parent or with a parent struggling with addiction problems? Are you grieving a sudden loss of someone close to you? Do you feel compelled to take care of others at the expense of your own needs? Do you struggle with setting healthy boundaries for yourself? Do you find yourself self-medicating with drugs, alcohol, or food to cope with feelings of emptiness and loneliness? You don't have to go through these struggles alone. "
Carrie Cole, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with young adults in their 20's and early 30's focusing on the struggles experienced coming into adulthood. The transition into finding yourself as an adult can be a confusing and even disorienting experience at times. We all have assumptions and expectations of what this stage of life will look like, but most don't anticipate bouncing between feeling out of control and being paralyzed with fear or doubt. This is when a therapist can provide a wonderful support in facilitating a more grounded experience of exploring your own path."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 539-0691
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"I work with young adults in their 20's and early 30's focusing on the struggles experienced coming into adulthood. The transition into finding yourself as an adult can be a confusing and even disorienting experience at times. We all have assumptions and expectations of what this stage of life will look like, but most don't anticipate bouncing between feeling out of control and being paralyzed with fear or doubt. This is when a therapist can provide a wonderful support in facilitating a more grounded experience of exploring your own path."
Megan Lewis, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
"Are you someone who has started to feel less valued or understood in your relationships or having a hard time figuring out who you are? Maybe you're having difficulty with change? I help people re-discover their strength and enhancing relationships with one's self and with others. Together we will process emotions, challenge self-limiting beliefs and develop improved communication to help achieve a greater sense of connection and intimacy in your existing and future relationships. I work with individuals, couples and families dealing with difficult relationships, trauma, grief/loss, self-esteem, stress, transitions, & LGBTQ issues. "
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(425) 490-4732
Verified
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"Are you someone who has started to feel less valued or understood in your relationships or having a hard time figuring out who you are? Maybe you're having difficulty with change? I help people re-discover their strength and enhancing relationships with one's self and with others. Together we will process emotions, challenge self-limiting beliefs and develop improved communication to help achieve a greater sense of connection and intimacy in your existing and future relationships. I work with individuals, couples and families dealing with difficult relationships, trauma, grief/loss, self-esteem, stress, transitions, & LGBTQ issues. "
Carolyn Sharp, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CMHS
Verified by Psychology Today
Hosts group in:
Seattle, Washington 98102
"I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with 25 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families in educational, recreational, and therapeutic settings. I have a specialty as a couple therapist, using Stan Tatkin's Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy. I also offer couples retreats: www.secureconnectionsretreats.com. I use a collaborative, supportive and dynamic approach, which focuses on solutions for positive and lasting change. This relies heavily on attachment, psychodynamic, and neurobiological traditions, incorporating other practices when helpful. Within my approaches I weave in my own style which is direct, empathic, and playful."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 488-1958
Verified
Hosts group in:
Seattle, Washington 98102
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with 25 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families in educational, recreational, and therapeutic settings. I have a specialty as a couple therapist, using Stan Tatkin's Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy. I also offer couples retreats: www.secureconnectionsretreats.com. I use a collaborative, supportive and dynamic approach, which focuses on solutions for positive and lasting change. This relies heavily on attachment, psychodynamic, and neurobiological traditions, incorporating other practices when helpful. Within my approaches I weave in my own style which is direct, empathic, and playful."
Daniel A. Arteaga, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MS, LMFTA
Verified by Psychology Today
"More than 300 million people world wide suffer with some form of depression or anxiety. People like you, all over the world, eventually brush up against the limits of their psychic tolerance. If you're reading this here, chances are you're at the edge of yours, and you're seeking guidance on how to overcome these overwhelming emotions. That's the therapy I do. "
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(425) 502-5469
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"More than 300 million people world wide suffer with some form of depression or anxiety. People like you, all over the world, eventually brush up against the limits of their psychic tolerance. If you're reading this here, chances are you're at the edge of yours, and you're seeking guidance on how to overcome these overwhelming emotions. That's the therapy I do. "
Samantha Supit, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHCA
Verified by Psychology Today
"**I currently only have Sunday availabilities** We can see our symptoms as the language our soul is using to point us towards a deeper issue, it’s the signal that is telling us it’s time to make a shift in our lives to find healing, balance, and growth. I provide support and guidance to help you explore and uncover your full potential for self-healing and transformation, as you are ultimately the expert and navigator of your life. "
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 207-9466
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"**I currently only have Sunday availabilities** We can see our symptoms as the language our soul is using to point us towards a deeper issue, it’s the signal that is telling us it’s time to make a shift in our lives to find healing, balance, and growth. I provide support and guidance to help you explore and uncover your full potential for self-healing and transformation, as you are ultimately the expert and navigator of your life. "
Megan Maloney, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 818-5823
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"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."
Tamara Lynn Anderson, Counselor
Counselor, MEd, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My area of expertise focuses on children and parents; however, I actively seek clients of all ages. I have recent and particular success with young and middle age adults. Issues may include depression, anxiety, grief and loss, low self esteem, identity development, spiritual questions, or significant life transitions, among others. I work with clients towards greater wholeness, self acceptance, relational satisfaction and overall wellness in their lives. I especially enjoy working with, and am a strong advocate for, clients with an introverted temperamental style and/or highly sensitive nature."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 743-9959
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"My area of expertise focuses on children and parents; however, I actively seek clients of all ages. I have recent and particular success with young and middle age adults. Issues may include depression, anxiety, grief and loss, low self esteem, identity development, spiritual questions, or significant life transitions, among others. I work with clients towards greater wholeness, self acceptance, relational satisfaction and overall wellness in their lives. I especially enjoy working with, and am a strong advocate for, clients with an introverted temperamental style and/or highly sensitive nature."
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."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 460-1667
Verified
View
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"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."
Agnes Chmielewska, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, LMFTA
Verified by Psychology Today
"My therapeutic approach is client-centered and strength based. I focus on each individual/family as a unique system and utilize methods and techniques that seem best suited for you, and or your family. The following approaches that I use and integrate in therapy are: individual and family counseling, art therapy, play therapy with young children, cognitive-behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy and behavioral modifications. I obtained my Bachelor's Degree from Eastern Washington University in Bellevue, where I studied Interdisciplinary Sociology of Science, and received my Masters degree from Antioch University Seattle, where I studied Couples and Family therapy."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 350-6486
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"My therapeutic approach is client-centered and strength based. I focus on each individual/family as a unique system and utilize methods and techniques that seem best suited for you, and or your family. The following approaches that I use and integrate in therapy are: individual and family counseling, art therapy, play therapy with young children, cognitive-behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, solution-focused therapy and behavioral modifications. I obtained my Bachelor's Degree from Eastern Washington University in Bellevue, where I studied Interdisciplinary Sociology of Science, and received my Masters degree from Antioch University Seattle, where I studied Couples and Family therapy."
B. Bartja Wachtel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, MHP, CMHS
Verified by Psychology Today
"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."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 538-2935
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"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."
Amber Tabares, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I know that when you don't feel like yourself or feel stuck, it's hard to see that change is possible, and even harder to know what to change. I truly believe we can work on that together. Therapy can be a big step and together we will figure out the best way to help you feel better and move you in a direction of increased happiness and fulfillment. Therapy is flexible and we may focus on developing new skills or on developing new understanding of yourself and others. We'll work together to see what approach fits best."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 855-3938
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"I know that when you don't feel like yourself or feel stuck, it's hard to see that change is possible, and even harder to know what to change. I truly believe we can work on that together. Therapy can be a big step and together we will figure out the best way to help you feel better and move you in a direction of increased happiness and fulfillment. Therapy is flexible and we may focus on developing new skills or on developing new understanding of yourself and others. We'll work together to see what approach fits best."
Modern Therapy Seattle, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello from the team at Modern Therapy Seattle! We work with a variety of issues: Sexuality and sexual expression, communication, gender concerns, dating coaching, depression and anxiety. We are proud to support the Sex Positive community and the Sex Worker community in Seattle. We are Poly and Kink friendly, LGBTQ-friendly, and welcome relationship and religious minorities. We enjoy working with people who are making a transition in their lives, sometimes this transition is the ending or beginning of a relationship, moving to a new city, or finding a better job."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 309-9064
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"Hello from the team at Modern Therapy Seattle! We work with a variety of issues: Sexuality and sexual expression, communication, gender concerns, dating coaching, depression and anxiety. We are proud to support the Sex Positive community and the Sex Worker community in Seattle. We are Poly and Kink friendly, LGBTQ-friendly, and welcome relationship and religious minorities. We enjoy working with people who are making a transition in their lives, sometimes this transition is the ending or beginning of a relationship, moving to a new city, or finding a better job."
Sara Slater, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome. Whatever the motivation for your inquiry, here's what I believe: everything you need to make the change you seek is inside you. Whether you are an individual or a couple, the principle is the same: awareness and insight lead to growth, and a relationship-based, interactive process facilitates both. My job is to help you determine where the challenges lie--thoughts, feelings, behaviors, historical or current circumstances--and to assist in discovering the skills, resources and dreams that are already yours."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 455-7119
Verified
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"Welcome. Whatever the motivation for your inquiry, here's what I believe: everything you need to make the change you seek is inside you. Whether you are an individual or a couple, the principle is the same: awareness and insight lead to growth, and a relationship-based, interactive process facilitates both. My job is to help you determine where the challenges lie--thoughts, feelings, behaviors, historical or current circumstances--and to assist in discovering the skills, resources and dreams that are already yours."
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."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(425) 309-7871
Verified
View
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"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."
Richard Meeks, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
"You can create a better life. Call upon your courage as you grow to meet the tasks of work, friendship, and intimacy and overcome life's inevitable misfortunes. Encouragement fosters an attitude of hopeful striving and nourishes our potential for a meaningful life. Overcome the snares set by Fear, Anger, Despair, and their many cousins. Courage grows through relationship. I won't try to fix, repair, or heal you or determine your way. I offer you a counseling relationship to which I bring encouragement, authenticity, understanding, compassion, and wisdom born of a lifetime of study, and personal and professional experience."
Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(206) 489-3763
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Grief
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
"You can create a better life. Call upon your courage as you grow to meet the tasks of work, friendship, and intimacy and overcome life's inevitable misfortunes. Encouragement fosters an attitude of hopeful striving and nourishes our potential for a meaningful life. Overcome the snares set by Fear, Anger, Despair, and their many cousins. Courage grows through relationship. I won't try to fix, repair, or heal you or determine your way. I offer you a counseling relationship to which I bring encouragement, authenticity, understanding, compassion, and wisdom born of a lifetime of study, and personal and professional experience."

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