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I primarily provide individual therapy to adults (ages 18-45) who wish to address acute or long-term trauma, specifically childhood sexual abuse/sexual assault but other traumas as well. I approach each client through a developmental lens, understanding that concerns manifest differently depending on one's age and developmental stage at the time of the trauma as well as at the time of treatment. I also am available to work with parents, many who are navigating challenges associated with helping a child who has been traumatized, who wish to explore more positive discipline strategies.
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I primarily provide individual therapy to adults (ages 18-45) who wish to address acute or long-term trauma, specifically childhood sexual abuse/sexual assault but other traumas as well. I approach each client through a developmental lens, understanding that concerns manifest differently depending on one's age and developmental stage at the time of the trauma as well as at the time of treatment. I also am available to work with parents, many who are navigating challenges associated with helping a child who has been traumatized, who wish to explore more positive discipline strategies.
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As a trauma therapist, I believe that personal growth and transformation is vital to the human experience, and that sometimes we need support through this process. Therapy is embarking on a journey, and you are the hero of your story. In meeting with you where you are at in your journey, I will help you to develop your own set of skills to help you through your daily experiences. I also encourage approaching challenges with vulnerability and self-compassion and will assist in practicing these areas in our sessions. Even though painful experiences are inevitable, I believe that suffering does not have to hold us back from living.
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As a trauma therapist, I believe that personal growth and transformation is vital to the human experience, and that sometimes we need support through this process. Therapy is embarking on a journey, and you are the hero of your story. In meeting with you where you are at in your journey, I will help you to develop your own set of skills to help you through your daily experiences. I also encourage approaching challenges with vulnerability and self-compassion and will assist in practicing these areas in our sessions. Even though painful experiences are inevitable, I believe that suffering does not have to hold us back from living.
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Welcome! I work with children, teens, and families to address challenging behaviors, build connection, and develop coping skills for the future. I offer after-school and weekend hours and have flexible scheduling options to accommodate busy families. Beginning sessions will be spent getting to know your family, identifying what you hope to gain from counseling, and figuring out the best way to achieve your goals. I'll also spend time getting to know your child, their unique strengths, and what might be driving their feelings and behaviors.
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Welcome! I work with children, teens, and families to address challenging behaviors, build connection, and develop coping skills for the future. I offer after-school and weekend hours and have flexible scheduling options to accommodate busy families. Beginning sessions will be spent getting to know your family, identifying what you hope to gain from counseling, and figuring out the best way to achieve your goals. I'll also spend time getting to know your child, their unique strengths, and what might be driving their feelings and behaviors.
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Magnolia
Seattle, WA 98139
*ACCEPTING CLIENTS VIA TELEHEALTH* Have you ever felt that one day you woke up and life got away from you? Maybe your relationship isn't as close as it used to be or you realize you've become so busy you forgot what you were working towards. I work with couples and individuals to help increase your passion and improve communication while balancing things like parenting and your career. I believe everyone has a story and part of that story is your journey towards finding peace, relaxation, enduring love, and overall happiness. I also work with postpartum moms as they enter into motherhood, an exciting yet challenging time of life.
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(206) 737-0967
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Seattle, WA 98139
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*ACCEPTING CLIENTS VIA TELEHEALTH* Have you ever felt that one day you woke up and life got away from you? Maybe your relationship isn't as close as it used to be or you realize you've become so busy you forgot what you were working towards. I work with couples and individuals to help increase your passion and improve communication while balancing things like parenting and your career. I believe everyone has a story and part of that story is your journey towards finding peace, relaxation, enduring love, and overall happiness. I also work with postpartum moms as they enter into motherhood, an exciting yet challenging time of life.
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I work with men who have difficulty identifying with their feelings, struggle with depression and anxiety, or have issues with their work/life balance. My clients typically struggle with expressing themselves in their relationships. They feel lonely, hopeless, and isolated. They are overworked and under loved. In our work together, I will give you support, feedback and insight, and constructively challenge patterns and beliefs that may be getting in your way. Together we can strive to understand the roots of the struggles you are experiencing in your life.
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(765) 629-4592
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I work with men who have difficulty identifying with their feelings, struggle with depression and anxiety, or have issues with their work/life balance. My clients typically struggle with expressing themselves in their relationships. They feel lonely, hopeless, and isolated. They are overworked and under loved. In our work together, I will give you support, feedback and insight, and constructively challenge patterns and beliefs that may be getting in your way. Together we can strive to understand the roots of the struggles you are experiencing in your life.
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Seattle, WA 98199
Welcome to A Quiet Place Christian Counseling. You have taken a courageous step to consider counseling, and it is my privilege to offer you a warm, safe, nurturing space to breathe. My practice focuses primarily on marriage and couple's therapy, individual counseling and inter-generational relationships. FAMILY is my passion, and has fueled my work extensively in a variety of roles for nearly 40 years. My approach to therapy is strengths based, interactive, solution focused, based on Biblical principles and grounded in Attachment Theory.
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(206) 278-2372
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Seattle, WA 98199
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Welcome to A Quiet Place Christian Counseling. You have taken a courageous step to consider counseling, and it is my privilege to offer you a warm, safe, nurturing space to breathe. My practice focuses primarily on marriage and couple's therapy, individual counseling and inter-generational relationships. FAMILY is my passion, and has fueled my work extensively in a variety of roles for nearly 40 years. My approach to therapy is strengths based, interactive, solution focused, based on Biblical principles and grounded in Attachment Theory.
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Ever since childhood, I have been inspired by the depth and breadth of the human experience. I have a passion for learning the internal and external workings of individuals, groups and systems across varied cultural backgrounds. Along with constant learning, I seek to support people in being heard, understood and empowered. It is these core values that led me toward a bachelor’s degree in language studies, and later, to a master’s degree in social work. These two degrees allow me to consider carefully the emotional experience of an individual, while accounting for the unique ways in which we communicate and develop meaning.
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Ever since childhood, I have been inspired by the depth and breadth of the human experience. I have a passion for learning the internal and external workings of individuals, groups and systems across varied cultural backgrounds. Along with constant learning, I seek to support people in being heard, understood and empowered. It is these core values that led me toward a bachelor’s degree in language studies, and later, to a master’s degree in social work. These two degrees allow me to consider carefully the emotional experience of an individual, while accounting for the unique ways in which we communicate and develop meaning.
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In these challenging times, we have the opportunity for a reflective pause. Tapping into our inner wisdom can foster much needed compassion to ourselves and others. I would be honored to support you in your journey during this unique moment in our history. With compassionate listening, I will work with you to identify your core issues, clarify beliefs, and release limiting patterns. My goal is to support you in deepening your capacity for self-reflection, acceptance, and life purpose. I will honor your strengths while helping you work through relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and creative blocks.
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In these challenging times, we have the opportunity for a reflective pause. Tapping into our inner wisdom can foster much needed compassion to ourselves and others. I would be honored to support you in your journey during this unique moment in our history. With compassionate listening, I will work with you to identify your core issues, clarify beliefs, and release limiting patterns. My goal is to support you in deepening your capacity for self-reflection, acceptance, and life purpose. I will honor your strengths while helping you work through relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and creative blocks.
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Magnolia
Seattle, WA 98199
I use a blend of effective elements from several approaches to therapy, customized to suit your particular need, ability and issues addressed. I draw from the disciplines of cognitive behavioral, rational-emotive, bio-energetic and Gestalt therapies to ensure the approach we take has the flexibility to address your concerns as they appear in your own unique life and experience. Conditions successfully treated during fourteen years experience working with individuals, couples and families include depression, anxiety, procrastination and achievement issues relative to work, school or creativity ; alienation, relationship and intimacy issues, addiction and compulsive behavior, life satisfaction and identity.
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(206) 384-4868
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Seattle, WA 98199
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I use a blend of effective elements from several approaches to therapy, customized to suit your particular need, ability and issues addressed. I draw from the disciplines of cognitive behavioral, rational-emotive, bio-energetic and Gestalt therapies to ensure the approach we take has the flexibility to address your concerns as they appear in your own unique life and experience. Conditions successfully treated during fourteen years experience working with individuals, couples and families include depression, anxiety, procrastination and achievement issues relative to work, school or creativity ; alienation, relationship and intimacy issues, addiction and compulsive behavior, life satisfaction and identity.
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NOTE: I'm currently only doing Telehealth at this time. If using insurance please check your coverage! If you're looking for a therapist I think you deserve a high five and a hug! Recognizing there is a part of you that needs to grow is an emotional experience and seeking help in the midst of distress takes a lot of initiative. I work with a wide variety of adults, families, and children to make lasting positive change and gain greater insight into their emotions and relationships. I look forward to meeting you and hearing your story and welcome any questions you may have while trying to find the right fit.
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(425) 559-9549
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NOTE: I'm currently only doing Telehealth at this time. If using insurance please check your coverage! If you're looking for a therapist I think you deserve a high five and a hug! Recognizing there is a part of you that needs to grow is an emotional experience and seeking help in the midst of distress takes a lot of initiative. I work with a wide variety of adults, families, and children to make lasting positive change and gain greater insight into their emotions and relationships. I look forward to meeting you and hearing your story and welcome any questions you may have while trying to find the right fit.
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Bring gritty emotional honesty, a kind, sharp eye for themes in your life and your sense of humor. We'll work to understand nuances of your unique situation, utilize insights from your relationship history and symptoms and experiment with patterns that hold you back. I work with mid-life adults. My French Bulldog joins us! Most of us have a tendency to get stuck analyzing problems and are slow to take action OR we leap to action before gaining insight. I'll help you strike the right balance, so you experience lasting change. << I'm able to welcome insurance, except Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) such as Premera, Anthem or Empire. >>
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(206) 926-3866
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Seattle, WA 98199
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Bring gritty emotional honesty, a kind, sharp eye for themes in your life and your sense of humor. We'll work to understand nuances of your unique situation, utilize insights from your relationship history and symptoms and experiment with patterns that hold you back. I work with mid-life adults. My French Bulldog joins us! Most of us have a tendency to get stuck analyzing problems and are slow to take action OR we leap to action before gaining insight. I'll help you strike the right balance, so you experience lasting change. << I'm able to welcome insurance, except Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) such as Premera, Anthem or Empire. >>
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Gianetta Griffitts
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Seeking therapy can feel scary, but I believe it is a courageous and empowering step. I believe that everyone can benefit from therapy and that therapy can be a means for personal growth. I have a family systems approach to my counseling, that is, I see how our upbringing shaped and molded us into who we are today. I believe that some of the difficulties we have with others is rooted in the learned relationships we have with our family members.
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Seeking therapy can feel scary, but I believe it is a courageous and empowering step. I believe that everyone can benefit from therapy and that therapy can be a means for personal growth. I have a family systems approach to my counseling, that is, I see how our upbringing shaped and molded us into who we are today. I believe that some of the difficulties we have with others is rooted in the learned relationships we have with our family members.
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Aubrey G. Bruce
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My practice focuses on helping people develop healthy, meaningful, and satisfying lives and relationships. Sometimes negative thoughts and feelings - about ourselves, other people, or the world - get in the way of us being our best selves. Clinically, clients and I collaborate to reinforce adaptive behaviors, and understand your unique strengths so that you may live a meaningful and satisfying life and improve the quality of important relationships. In therapy, we focus on both problem-solving difficult situations, as well as developing an understanding of long-term patterns that contribute to your distress.
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My practice focuses on helping people develop healthy, meaningful, and satisfying lives and relationships. Sometimes negative thoughts and feelings - about ourselves, other people, or the world - get in the way of us being our best selves. Clinically, clients and I collaborate to reinforce adaptive behaviors, and understand your unique strengths so that you may live a meaningful and satisfying life and improve the quality of important relationships. In therapy, we focus on both problem-solving difficult situations, as well as developing an understanding of long-term patterns that contribute to your distress.
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Glaiza Gatdula
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I have been working with children and families in different settings since 2010. I have worked with families in diverse cultural backgrounds (children and families in the military, minority groups, immigrants, and refugees). Most of my work focuses on dealing with the impact of transitions on children and families. This may include intake assessment, case management, trauma-based work, grief or loss issues, anxiety and depression, behavior problems, adjustment issues, and acculturation.
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I have been working with children and families in different settings since 2010. I have worked with families in diverse cultural backgrounds (children and families in the military, minority groups, immigrants, and refugees). Most of my work focuses on dealing with the impact of transitions on children and families. This may include intake assessment, case management, trauma-based work, grief or loss issues, anxiety and depression, behavior problems, adjustment issues, and acculturation.
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Wai Wong-Miller
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I embrace the philosophy of compassion, acceptance, and liberation. Mindfulness is incorporated into my therapeutic approaches. I provide a non-judgment safe space for you to work on issues that may often be difficult and scary to talk about. I encourage feedback so I can adjust my therapy approaches to best meet your needs and treatment goals. My style is to be interactive and engage in providing emotional support, active listening, insight, clinical recommendations and alternative perspectives which challenge old patterns. My strengths are being intuitive, empathetic, focused, creative, and having a good sense of humor.
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I embrace the philosophy of compassion, acceptance, and liberation. Mindfulness is incorporated into my therapeutic approaches. I provide a non-judgment safe space for you to work on issues that may often be difficult and scary to talk about. I encourage feedback so I can adjust my therapy approaches to best meet your needs and treatment goals. My style is to be interactive and engage in providing emotional support, active listening, insight, clinical recommendations and alternative perspectives which challenge old patterns. My strengths are being intuitive, empathetic, focused, creative, and having a good sense of humor.
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Mike Jahn
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Thanks for visiting my practice. I offer first video session free to new clients. Why video? Because in my experience, video counseling provides the same benefits as face-to-face counseling. In fact, clients have shared that they experience no difference between talking with me by video vs. talking with me face-to-face. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with two offices in Seattle, WA and The Woodlands, TX. At the heart of my practice is a love of helping kids, individuals and families overcome challenges in their lives. It's my belief that anything can be worked through if you truly desire a change in your situation.
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Thanks for visiting my practice. I offer first video session free to new clients. Why video? Because in my experience, video counseling provides the same benefits as face-to-face counseling. In fact, clients have shared that they experience no difference between talking with me by video vs. talking with me face-to-face. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with two offices in Seattle, WA and The Woodlands, TX. At the heart of my practice is a love of helping kids, individuals and families overcome challenges in their lives. It's my belief that anything can be worked through if you truly desire a change in your situation.
Lashon D. Watson
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Through a collaborative and supportive approach we will work together on areas where you are unable to move forward on your own. I specialize in working with individuals who are experiencing anxiety, depression, and adjustment disorders. I believe that our family and social interactions influence us as we fall into unhealthy and sometimes very comfortable patterns. By exploring how you create relationships and how you communicate, we can work together to identify the areas where you feel stuck and begin the change process for an improved quality of living.
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(425) 441-3492
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Through a collaborative and supportive approach we will work together on areas where you are unable to move forward on your own. I specialize in working with individuals who are experiencing anxiety, depression, and adjustment disorders. I believe that our family and social interactions influence us as we fall into unhealthy and sometimes very comfortable patterns. By exploring how you create relationships and how you communicate, we can work together to identify the areas where you feel stuck and begin the change process for an improved quality of living.
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Bart T Ozretich
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Hello! My name is Bart Ozretich and I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with a Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington. I am also designated as an Ethnic Minority Mental Health Specialist. My passion and strength is working with diverse individuals and families. I offer an eclectic approach to mental health - grounded in evidence-based practices such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), and a Humanistic, Person-Centered approach. My focus is on finding a mindful path through difficult times and experiences in collaboration with clients.
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(650) 336-5384
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Hello! My name is Bart Ozretich and I am a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker with a Masters in Social Work from the University of Washington. I am also designated as an Ethnic Minority Mental Health Specialist. My passion and strength is working with diverse individuals and families. I offer an eclectic approach to mental health - grounded in evidence-based practices such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), and a Humanistic, Person-Centered approach. My focus is on finding a mindful path through difficult times and experiences in collaboration with clients.
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Jennifer Chain
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Are you a giver, healer, or fixer who feels depleted, empty, unworthy, lonely, and unsatisfied on the inside? Do you struggle with understanding who you are and expressing your needs, preferences, and wants? You may feel a sense of emptiness in your life that cannot be filled by work, friends, family, or food; nor can you escape it through instant gratifications or mindless distractions. You may recognize that this way of being is no longer sustainable and you are ready for change.
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(206) 800-6207
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Are you a giver, healer, or fixer who feels depleted, empty, unworthy, lonely, and unsatisfied on the inside? Do you struggle with understanding who you are and expressing your needs, preferences, and wants? You may feel a sense of emptiness in your life that cannot be filled by work, friends, family, or food; nor can you escape it through instant gratifications or mindless distractions. You may recognize that this way of being is no longer sustainable and you are ready for change.
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Carolann Freedman
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As a clinical therapist, I help people who are struggling with feelings of anxiety, depression and loss. I teach my clients to practice what I call "the reverse golden rule": treat yourself as you would treat others! We are often so critical of ourselves, while with a friend we would be kind, supportive, compassionate. My 20+ years of experience have given me the tools to work using an eclectic approach that I tailor to each client. I offer a comfortable, safe environment where you can explore your thoughts and feelings, where you can feel heard, understood and validated.
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(206) 999-3883
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As a clinical therapist, I help people who are struggling with feelings of anxiety, depression and loss. I teach my clients to practice what I call "the reverse golden rule": treat yourself as you would treat others! We are often so critical of ourselves, while with a friend we would be kind, supportive, compassionate. My 20+ years of experience have given me the tools to work using an eclectic approach that I tailor to each client. I offer a comfortable, safe environment where you can explore your thoughts and feelings, where you can feel heard, understood and validated.

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If you're looking for help with grief in Magnolia, Seattle or for a Magnolia, Seattle grief therapist, these professionals provide grief counseling and grief support. They include grief therapists, grief psychologists, grief psychotherapists and grief counselors. They can help with grieving, grief stages, stages of grief and grief loss.If you're looking for help with grief therapy in Magnolia, Seattle or for a Magnolia, Seattle grief therapist, these professionals provide grief counseling and grief support. They include Magnolia, Seattle grief therapists, grief psychologists, grief psychotherapists and grief counselors. They can help with Magnolia, Seattle grieving therapy, grief stages, stages of grief and grief loss.

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Therapists in Magnolia, Seattle are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in Magnolia, Seattle

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