Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
"I will help you to have more meaningful relationships in life, utilize your talents and abilities more fully, maintain a more truthful and accurate self-esteem, have more satisfying sexual relationships, understand yourself and others in a more meaningful way, and face life's challenges with greater freedom and flexibility. My specialty is relational psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and groups which aids in transformation for most issues in life: grief, loss, anxiety, depression and transition, to name a few. Take the step today toward your own transformation and healing, a lifelong investment."
Grief
Racial Identity
(425) 358-3404
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Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
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Grief
Racial Identity
"I will help you to have more meaningful relationships in life, utilize your talents and abilities more fully, maintain a more truthful and accurate self-esteem, have more satisfying sexual relationships, understand yourself and others in a more meaningful way, and face life's challenges with greater freedom and flexibility. My specialty is relational psychotherapy for individuals, couples, and groups which aids in transformation for most issues in life: grief, loss, anxiety, depression and transition, to name a few. Take the step today toward your own transformation and healing, a lifelong investment."
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
Racial Identity
(425) 490-4732
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Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
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Grief
Racial Identity
"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. "
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."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 496-0830
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Grief
Racial Identity
"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."
Yi-An Lo Burleson, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that everyone can explore internally and foster potential to create a brighter outlook of life. Through open-minded and non-judgmental collaboration, I work with many individuals dealing with interpersonal family dynamic issues, career concerns, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, parenting, and body image issues. In my over 10 years of experience, I assist children, adults, families, and couples exploring self-understanding, identifying emotional and behavioral patterns, develop new perspectives and emotion and stress management skills, making meaningful interpersonal connections, and making significant career decisions."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 488-0871
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Grief
Racial Identity
"I believe that everyone can explore internally and foster potential to create a brighter outlook of life. Through open-minded and non-judgmental collaboration, I work with many individuals dealing with interpersonal family dynamic issues, career concerns, depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, parenting, and body image issues. In my over 10 years of experience, I assist children, adults, families, and couples exploring self-understanding, identifying emotional and behavioral patterns, develop new perspectives and emotion and stress management skills, making meaningful interpersonal connections, and making significant career decisions."
Laurel Lum, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with a range of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, abuse, codependency and relationship issues. I have a special interest in "complex" trauma, when traumatic events occur with other marginalizations, e.g., being a member of a sexual or ethnic minority. I do not pathologize anyone's issues or problems. The soul is always seeking expression, not just with joy and happiness, but also through our challenges and sorrows. When we honor all aspects of our life stories, pathways to healing begin to open up."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 496-0465
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Grief
Racial Identity
"I work with a range of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, abuse, codependency and relationship issues. I have a special interest in "complex" trauma, when traumatic events occur with other marginalizations, e.g., being a member of a sexual or ethnic minority. I do not pathologize anyone's issues or problems. The soul is always seeking expression, not just with joy and happiness, but also through our challenges and sorrows. When we honor all aspects of our life stories, pathways to healing begin to open up."
Menosh Z.A., Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSWAIC, MSW, MS
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are trauma and oppression impacting your daily life? As a victim or survivor, you may feel the weight of daily injustices and historical pain holding you back from a life of joy and ease. I help individuals and couples who are suffering from the disorganizing, invasive effects that trauma and oppression leave us with. It can be scary to reach out to a counselor because you’ve rarely been seen or validated in your anger and hurt. You may even have been retraumatized by counselors and healthcare professionals."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 452-4286
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Grief
Racial Identity
"Are trauma and oppression impacting your daily life? As a victim or survivor, you may feel the weight of daily injustices and historical pain holding you back from a life of joy and ease. I help individuals and couples who are suffering from the disorganizing, invasive effects that trauma and oppression leave us with. It can be scary to reach out to a counselor because you’ve rarely been seen or validated in your anger and hurt. You may even have been retraumatized by counselors and healthcare professionals."
Francisco J. Bujanda Añez, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTA, MHP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy is about diving deep into those places where we get stuck and find conflict both internal and external. I often work with folks who see life as driven by how they experience life acting on them versus how they can engage it differently. It takes commitment and courage to become self-aware and actively ask and act on what they want different from life. I seek to provide a space for clients to be real and authentic. I help folks rewrite internal narratives to achieve the life and relationships they want. I offer therapy in both English & Spanish."
Grief
Racial Identity
(360) 436-6298
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Grief
Racial Identity
"Therapy is about diving deep into those places where we get stuck and find conflict both internal and external. I often work with folks who see life as driven by how they experience life acting on them versus how they can engage it differently. It takes commitment and courage to become self-aware and actively ask and act on what they want different from life. I seek to provide a space for clients to be real and authentic. I help folks rewrite internal narratives to achieve the life and relationships they want. I offer therapy in both English & Spanish."
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."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 339-8594
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Grief
Racial Identity
"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."
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
Racial Identity
(206) 207-9466
Verified
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Grief
Racial Identity
"**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. "
Laura Moss, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHCA
Verified by Psychology Today
"We are living in a time of intense upheaval, and the pain of unhealed wounds and unjust systems is being brought forward in the form of powerful social movements and impending climate crisis. You may experience this as pain in the body or other concerns like depression, anxiety, and traumatic stress. You may be feeling anger, shame, and hopelessness as you try to find a meaningful way to live. Or, perhaps you feel called to organize for justice but are struggling to find your place in movement work. I work with people of all identities to reclaim your inherent dignity, access inner resources, and find greater alignment with values."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 472-1412
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Grief
Racial Identity
"We are living in a time of intense upheaval, and the pain of unhealed wounds and unjust systems is being brought forward in the form of powerful social movements and impending climate crisis. You may experience this as pain in the body or other concerns like depression, anxiety, and traumatic stress. You may be feeling anger, shame, and hopelessness as you try to find a meaningful way to live. Or, perhaps you feel called to organize for justice but are struggling to find your place in movement work. I work with people of all identities to reclaim your inherent dignity, access inner resources, and find greater alignment with values."
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
Racial Identity
(206) 538-2935
Verified
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Grief
Racial Identity
"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."
Mirella Warren, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"If you're feeling stuck, anxious or overwhelmed, lonely or depressed, you may not realize that you already have what you need to endure what challenges you are facing and improve your sense of fulfillment in life. With the right guidance in therapy you can begin to generate insights that naturally broaden your perspective, that support you to reconcile rather than simply solve your problems with an unsustainable quick fix. With consistent practice, you can become more mindful and less prone to jumping to the same conclusions. Better yet, you'll get to decide how you want to live based on your own personal values and chosen identity."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 494-4696
Verified
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Grief
Racial Identity
"If you're feeling stuck, anxious or overwhelmed, lonely or depressed, you may not realize that you already have what you need to endure what challenges you are facing and improve your sense of fulfillment in life. With the right guidance in therapy you can begin to generate insights that naturally broaden your perspective, that support you to reconcile rather than simply solve your problems with an unsustainable quick fix. With consistent practice, you can become more mindful and less prone to jumping to the same conclusions. Better yet, you'll get to decide how you want to live based on your own personal values and chosen identity."
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
Racial Identity
(206) 460-1667
Verified
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Grief
Racial Identity
"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."
Brian Kimmel, Counselor
Counselor, MA, MHP, LMHCA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Stress may be a primary cause for a majority of concerns in your life. This may be stress at work, home, in the communities you live. It may be stress in your environment, systemic and institutional, unique cultural stressors, family, or the stress of being you in the world day to day and the challenges that life seems to bring. Stress itself may be a source of mental, emotional, and physical unease. Feeling run-down, lack of focus, confusion, relationship issues, can all be signs of stress negatively impacting your life. From time to time, or ongoing, it may be important to reach out and get help with addressing underlying causes."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 203-0493
Verified
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Grief
Racial Identity
"Stress may be a primary cause for a majority of concerns in your life. This may be stress at work, home, in the communities you live. It may be stress in your environment, systemic and institutional, unique cultural stressors, family, or the stress of being you in the world day to day and the challenges that life seems to bring. Stress itself may be a source of mental, emotional, and physical unease. Feeling run-down, lack of focus, confusion, relationship issues, can all be signs of stress negatively impacting your life. From time to time, or ongoing, it may be important to reach out and get help with addressing underlying causes."
Susan S. Scott, Counselor
Counselor, PhD, CMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Licensed as a Mental Health Counselor in Washington, I have worked in private practice for the past 37 years. My education and training is in Jungian analytical psychology, which emphasizes the creative principle in healing and growth. At the core of this work is a devotion to being honest, of being willing to self-reflect, then make life-enhancing changes in behavior and attitudes. I specialize in listening to, and collaborating with, the generative spark that is in-born within us all. In my book, Healing With Nature, I present fresh perspectives on the nature of psychological transformations."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 203-3539
Verified
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Grief
Racial Identity
"Licensed as a Mental Health Counselor in Washington, I have worked in private practice for the past 37 years. My education and training is in Jungian analytical psychology, which emphasizes the creative principle in healing and growth. At the core of this work is a devotion to being honest, of being willing to self-reflect, then make life-enhancing changes in behavior and attitudes. I specialize in listening to, and collaborating with, the generative spark that is in-born within us all. In my book, Healing With Nature, I present fresh perspectives on the nature of psychological transformations."
Tt King, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSWAIC
Verified by Psychology Today
"You deserve to live a life where your whole self is seen and celebrated. While our current oppressive and traumatic conditions directly impact how we feel about ourselves, our identities, and our bodies, there are opportunities for healing. Whether you are living with isolation and fear in relationships, experiencing overwhelming anger or anxiety, or numbing to manage daily life, you are working very hard to survive. While the body offers these coping strategies, they may also be keeping you from the meaningful, connected life you want. Together we can find strategies to address root causes of trauma and grow your resilience."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 350-2157
Verified
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Grief
Racial Identity
"You deserve to live a life where your whole self is seen and celebrated. While our current oppressive and traumatic conditions directly impact how we feel about ourselves, our identities, and our bodies, there are opportunities for healing. Whether you are living with isolation and fear in relationships, experiencing overwhelming anger or anxiety, or numbing to manage daily life, you are working very hard to survive. While the body offers these coping strategies, they may also be keeping you from the meaningful, connected life you want. Together we can find strategies to address root causes of trauma and grow your resilience."
Brooke Stepp, Counselor
Counselor, MS, CN, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with women, queer, and trans people of all genders to love themselves and their bodies. Whether we meet individually, or in the context of a couple or relationship, it's my hope that our work leaves you feeling more free, alive, whole, and capable of having authentic connections with yourself, your body and others. Through our body-based or somatic work together, you will identify what truly matters to you and gain practicable skills that will help to align your actions with your vision for your life. To trust your body and yourself is your birthright."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 316-8486
Verified
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Grief
Racial Identity
"I work with women, queer, and trans people of all genders to love themselves and their bodies. Whether we meet individually, or in the context of a couple or relationship, it's my hope that our work leaves you feeling more free, alive, whole, and capable of having authentic connections with yourself, your body and others. Through our body-based or somatic work together, you will identify what truly matters to you and gain practicable skills that will help to align your actions with your vision for your life. To trust your body and yourself is your birthright."
Erin Okumoto, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome! I am a licensed psychologist in Queen Anne and Eastlake who works with adults in individual and couples therapy. I received my PhD in Counseling Psychology (APA-Accredited) from Washington State University and completed my doctoral internship in Health Service Psychology (APA-Accredited) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa's Counseling and Student Development Center."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 207-3840
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Grief
Racial Identity
"Welcome! I am a licensed psychologist in Queen Anne and Eastlake who works with adults in individual and couples therapy. I received my PhD in Counseling Psychology (APA-Accredited) from Washington State University and completed my doctoral internship in Health Service Psychology (APA-Accredited) at the University of Hawaii at Manoa's Counseling and Student Development Center."
Jennifer Mariko Larson, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
"My role as a therapist is to help individuals reach their full potential and improve quality of life. I utilize treatments that support individuals in decreasing symptoms of mental health issues, increasing communication skills, removing barriers to wellness, increasing awareness of self-identity, as well as understanding the nuances of culture and how culture impacts an individual's path to wellness. I am privileged to be welcomed into an individual's support structure. I aim to facilitate a warm and caring relationship that will focus on an individual's strengths and abilities while teaching new skills to improve mental health."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 395-2637
Verified
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
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Grief
Racial Identity
"My role as a therapist is to help individuals reach their full potential and improve quality of life. I utilize treatments that support individuals in decreasing symptoms of mental health issues, increasing communication skills, removing barriers to wellness, increasing awareness of self-identity, as well as understanding the nuances of culture and how culture impacts an individual's path to wellness. I am privileged to be welcomed into an individual's support structure. I aim to facilitate a warm and caring relationship that will focus on an individual's strengths and abilities while teaching new skills to improve mental health."
Seth Goodman, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
"I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, providing counseling and psychotherapy to individuals and couples. My role as therapist is to utilize the therapeutic relationship to foster self-awareness, growth, and change. I approach my work from an Integrative Theoretical Perspective that is holistic and client-centered in approach. Although I draw from a wide range of theoretical perspectives, I am most influenced by Humanistic, Existential, Attachment-Based, and Mindfulness theories, examined through an anti-oppressive framework."
Grief
Racial Identity
(206) 488-0370
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Office is near:
Seattle, Washington 98102
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Grief
Racial Identity
"I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, providing counseling and psychotherapy to individuals and couples. My role as therapist is to utilize the therapeutic relationship to foster self-awareness, growth, and change. I approach my work from an Integrative Theoretical Perspective that is holistic and client-centered in approach. Although I draw from a wide range of theoretical perspectives, I am most influenced by Humanistic, Existential, Attachment-Based, and Mindfulness theories, examined through an anti-oppressive framework."

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