Counselor, LMHC, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98119
"Are you looking for affordable counseling with a qualified professional? At Alliant Therapy Group, counselors and clients collaborate on every part of the therapeutic process. We believe in providing access to professional counselors who are affordable and knowledgeable, offering compassionate care to all who need it. Session fees vary by counselor and most major insurances are accepted. Please inquire for more specific information regarding fees and availability."
Grief
Domestic Abuse
Oxford
Supervision Services
(206) 455-7179
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98119
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Grief
Domestic Abuse
Oxford
Supervision Services
"Are you looking for affordable counseling with a qualified professional? At Alliant Therapy Group, counselors and clients collaborate on every part of the therapeutic process. We believe in providing access to professional counselors who are affordable and knowledgeable, offering compassionate care to all who need it. Session fees vary by counselor and most major insurances are accepted. Please inquire for more specific information regarding fees and availability."
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Mackenzie Moll, Counselor
Counselor, MS, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98119
"Mental illness affects people from all walks of life, no what their background. People go to therapy to cope with disorders, relationships, stress, grief, and to figure out who they are and how they can live their lives to the fullest. "
(206) 207-4354
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98119
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"Mental illness affects people from all walks of life, no what their background. People go to therapy to cope with disorders, relationships, stress, grief, and to figure out who they are and how they can live their lives to the fullest. "
Lucy in the Sky Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, MPH, CDPT, LSWAIC
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98122
"There's no one else like you in the world, so why would you want a cookie cutter therapist? Join me on an exploration of YOU. Do you feel on edge all the time? Can't sleep? Struggling with the monotony of life? Can't stand your boss? Let's problem solve together. While most therapists see 25-40 clients a week, I see 10 max. Most therapists offer 45-60 min sessions. Mine are 90 min. I'll spend the time to accurately diagnose. Whether you're struggling with addiction, stress, pain or boredom, we'll make a plan together that's flexible, realistic and creative. You'll get flexible appointment times and secure online therapy sessions."
(360) 972-3931
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98122
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"There's no one else like you in the world, so why would you want a cookie cutter therapist? Join me on an exploration of YOU. Do you feel on edge all the time? Can't sleep? Struggling with the monotony of life? Can't stand your boss? Let's problem solve together. While most therapists see 25-40 clients a week, I see 10 max. Most therapists offer 45-60 min sessions. Mine are 90 min. I'll spend the time to accurately diagnose. Whether you're struggling with addiction, stress, pain or boredom, we'll make a plan together that's flexible, realistic and creative. You'll get flexible appointment times and secure online therapy sessions."
Kelly White, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98107
"I enjoy helping clients move through stuck points in their lives. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, career dissatisfaction, relationship issues, low self-esteem, or other life transitions, I can help you identify what is holding you back and create an action plan to help you build the kind of life you want and deserve. Working collaboratively, I will help you enhance your self-awareness, pinpoint unhelpful thought and behavior patterns, build skills necessary to handle life more effectively, and develop values-guided actions to reach your goals. Difficulties don't have to stop you in your tracks."
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98107
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"I enjoy helping clients move through stuck points in their lives. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, career dissatisfaction, relationship issues, low self-esteem, or other life transitions, I can help you identify what is holding you back and create an action plan to help you build the kind of life you want and deserve. Working collaboratively, I will help you enhance your self-awareness, pinpoint unhelpful thought and behavior patterns, build skills necessary to handle life more effectively, and develop values-guided actions to reach your goals. Difficulties don't have to stop you in your tracks."
Maryetta T Healy, Psychologist
Psychologist, Psy.D., MA, MS
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98119
"The stress of everyday life can often feel overwhelming to us, creating confusion and fear. I believe that our early relationships and past experiences offer the key that can unlock the mysteries of why we often feel at odds with the world around us. I also believe the body and brain hold onto traumatic events and affect our current functioning. I approach therapy from a psychodynamic perspective, creating a safe holding environment to explore those relationships and influences. I would be honored to help you achieve your goals and assist you in creating increased contentment in your life."
(206) 745-6014
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98119
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"The stress of everyday life can often feel overwhelming to us, creating confusion and fear. I believe that our early relationships and past experiences offer the key that can unlock the mysteries of why we often feel at odds with the world around us. I also believe the body and brain hold onto traumatic events and affect our current functioning. I approach therapy from a psychodynamic perspective, creating a safe holding environment to explore those relationships and influences. I would be honored to help you achieve your goals and assist you in creating increased contentment in your life."
Sean Patrick Hatt, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98103
"Our work will be informed by the leading edge of neuroscience, scientifically supported, positive psychological interventions, and the 2,500 year-old Buddhist practice of mindfulness--which has garnered volumes of recent scientific attention for its efficacy as a therapeutic tool. Lastly, I am trained by and am in active consultation with the founder of CIMBS or Complex Integration of Multiple Brain Systems, Terry Sheldon, M.D. CIMBS is a groundbreaking integrative mind-body psychotherapy."
(206) 745-0623
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98103
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"Our work will be informed by the leading edge of neuroscience, scientifically supported, positive psychological interventions, and the 2,500 year-old Buddhist practice of mindfulness--which has garnered volumes of recent scientific attention for its efficacy as a therapeutic tool. Lastly, I am trained by and am in active consultation with the founder of CIMBS or Complex Integration of Multiple Brain Systems, Terry Sheldon, M.D. CIMBS is a groundbreaking integrative mind-body psychotherapy."
Kate Elizabeth Ramstedt, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98109
"It can be difficult to admit that life is hard, but all too often the pressures of the modern world cause anxiety spiral to a place where it feels overwhelming and unmanageable. We worry about performance at work only to come home to the same feelings of uncertainty with friends and family. We want to feel close to others but end up spending so much time second-guessing our choices and pushing for perfection that we struggle to really connect. We may want to slow down, but how can we, when the world is moving so fast? Mindfulness-based counseling offers real tools that can help us be more aware, focused and effectively compassionate"
(206) 279-6846
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98109
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"It can be difficult to admit that life is hard, but all too often the pressures of the modern world cause anxiety spiral to a place where it feels overwhelming and unmanageable. We worry about performance at work only to come home to the same feelings of uncertainty with friends and family. We want to feel close to others but end up spending so much time second-guessing our choices and pushing for perfection that we struggle to really connect. We may want to slow down, but how can we, when the world is moving so fast? Mindfulness-based counseling offers real tools that can help us be more aware, focused and effectively compassionate"
Seattle Intimacy & Sex Therapy, Counselor
Counselor, CST, LMHC, NCC, CIIP, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98103
"I’m an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist because I am passionate about helping my clients find peace in their sexual, intimate, and relational lives. I believe that clients should be able to talk about all aspects of their lives with respect and without judgement. I am direct and work actively and collaboratively with my clients to help them confront ways that they are contributing to their own difficulties in their relationships. I also help them understand themselves at a deeper level. I love helping couples cultivate deeper emotional connection, even after years of disappointment, resentment, and sexlessness in their relationships."
(206) 569-5184
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98103
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"I’m an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist because I am passionate about helping my clients find peace in their sexual, intimate, and relational lives. I believe that clients should be able to talk about all aspects of their lives with respect and without judgement. I am direct and work actively and collaboratively with my clients to help them confront ways that they are contributing to their own difficulties in their relationships. I also help them understand themselves at a deeper level. I love helping couples cultivate deeper emotional connection, even after years of disappointment, resentment, and sexlessness in their relationships."
Matt Stichman, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98112
"When someone reaches out for help it’s usually because they are suffering in some way, and frequently in some level of isolation. Done alone, this can become a ceaseless and useless form of suffering. Useless suffering can lead people to experience a multitude of mental health challenges. Sharing emotional pain in partnership can lead you to new insights and a richer understanding about yourself. I enjoy helping people who feel isolated and alone in their suffering. I work best with people who are wanting to more deeply understand themselves, the nature of their suffering, and want to learn how to overcome their emotional pain. "
(206) 429-8588
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98112
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"When someone reaches out for help it’s usually because they are suffering in some way, and frequently in some level of isolation. Done alone, this can become a ceaseless and useless form of suffering. Useless suffering can lead people to experience a multitude of mental health challenges. Sharing emotional pain in partnership can lead you to new insights and a richer understanding about yourself. I enjoy helping people who feel isolated and alone in their suffering. I work best with people who are wanting to more deeply understand themselves, the nature of their suffering, and want to learn how to overcome their emotional pain. "
Deanna Seather-Brady, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CDP
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98109
"My professional experience includes adults, adolescents and children. I have 20 + years experience working with individuals, families and groups in a variety of clinical settings with an emphasis in; emotion regulation, trauma recovery, grief resolution and substance use disorders assessment & treatment. I am also a welcoming therapist to the LGBTQ community. I am licensed as an Independent Clinical Social Worker and certified as a Chemical Dependency Professional in the state if Washington."
(206) 539-0916
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98109
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"My professional experience includes adults, adolescents and children. I have 20 + years experience working with individuals, families and groups in a variety of clinical settings with an emphasis in; emotion regulation, trauma recovery, grief resolution and substance use disorders assessment & treatment. I am also a welcoming therapist to the LGBTQ community. I am licensed as an Independent Clinical Social Worker and certified as a Chemical Dependency Professional in the state if Washington."
Counseling in Context, PLLC, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, M.S., LMFTA
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98109
"At CIC I provide counseling services that are informed by the contextual backgrounds of your life (i.e. - race, culture, gender, faith, family dynamics, etc.), and adapt the therapeutic process accordingly. Most of my work involves addressing symptoms of anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and interpersonal conflict with individuals, couples, and families. While also being intentional to deconstruct and challenge the impacts of oppression on the lives of marginalized communities. "
(206) 207-7254
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98109
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"At CIC I provide counseling services that are informed by the contextual backgrounds of your life (i.e. - race, culture, gender, faith, family dynamics, etc.), and adapt the therapeutic process accordingly. Most of my work involves addressing symptoms of anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, and interpersonal conflict with individuals, couples, and families. While also being intentional to deconstruct and challenge the impacts of oppression on the lives of marginalized communities. "
Stephanie Jordan Mrakovich, Counselor
Counselor, LMHCA, MACP
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98103
"I believe that within each of us there lies uncharted terrain, eagerly waiting to be explored. Therapy can be a great tool to explore those domains. My primary therapeutic approach is Relational Psychodynamic Psychotherapy which means building an authentic therapeutic bond, exploring relational themes from childhood, and dynamics in the present moment are key components to my therapeutic work. Within this modality I integrate experiential components such as art, music, visualizations, mindfulness/meditation, movement and more. I believe that approaching therapy in these ways can offer a more embodied, formative experience. "
(206) 202-8164
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98103
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"I believe that within each of us there lies uncharted terrain, eagerly waiting to be explored. Therapy can be a great tool to explore those domains. My primary therapeutic approach is Relational Psychodynamic Psychotherapy which means building an authentic therapeutic bond, exploring relational themes from childhood, and dynamics in the present moment are key components to my therapeutic work. Within this modality I integrate experiential components such as art, music, visualizations, mindfulness/meditation, movement and more. I believe that approaching therapy in these ways can offer a more embodied, formative experience. "
Julia Jenkins, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC, CSAT
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98103
"I am deeply devoted to supporting individuals and couples seeking healing within their mind, body, and relationships. As my background is in client centered and relational therapy, I believe bringing your personal narrative into therapy provides a vehicle for self-discovery. Our narratives help us understand present dysfunctional processes which can leave us stuck in unhealthy patterns and hinder our growth. In working though our stories, we can "unstick" unhealthy processes and journey towards our more functional and authentic selves."
(602) 497-2230
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98103
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"I am deeply devoted to supporting individuals and couples seeking healing within their mind, body, and relationships. As my background is in client centered and relational therapy, I believe bringing your personal narrative into therapy provides a vehicle for self-discovery. Our narratives help us understand present dysfunctional processes which can leave us stuck in unhealthy patterns and hinder our growth. In working though our stories, we can "unstick" unhealthy processes and journey towards our more functional and authentic selves."
Victoria Wantuck, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHCA
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98101
"We are agents of our own lives. It is our personal responsibility to live our life to our fullest potential. You can’t move from one place to another without experiencing the distance between there and here. We all can rise out of where we have found ourselves, by choosing how to respond to any given circumstance. Do you ever feel like you suppress your authenticity out of the fear of being vulnerable? Have you been drawn towards something your whole life, but continually convinced yourself that you wouldn’t be good enough? "
(206) 207-6437
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98101
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"We are agents of our own lives. It is our personal responsibility to live our life to our fullest potential. You can’t move from one place to another without experiencing the distance between there and here. We all can rise out of where we have found ourselves, by choosing how to respond to any given circumstance. Do you ever feel like you suppress your authenticity out of the fear of being vulnerable? Have you been drawn towards something your whole life, but continually convinced yourself that you wouldn’t be good enough? "
Tracy Klemme, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMHC, LMFTA
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98102
"As a marriage and family therapist I use a family systems approach based on gaining an understanding of how we think, feel and behave in the systems we belong to. I use an integrated approach, structuring sessions applicable to the client's needs; therefore, therapy is a collaborative effort and exchange. Both past and present life experiences shape who we are. Sometimes it can be difficult to navigate the many roles we play. It is my hope that I can help ease any discomfort or pain you experience in your families and relationships."
(206) 535-1473
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98102
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"As a marriage and family therapist I use a family systems approach based on gaining an understanding of how we think, feel and behave in the systems we belong to. I use an integrated approach, structuring sessions applicable to the client's needs; therefore, therapy is a collaborative effort and exchange. Both past and present life experiences shape who we are. Sometimes it can be difficult to navigate the many roles we play. It is my hope that I can help ease any discomfort or pain you experience in your families and relationships."
Meg McLaughlin, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98103
"My ideal client is one who wants to create close, significant, supportive connections with others in order to be the best individual she/he can be."
(206) 455-9691
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98103
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"My ideal client is one who wants to create close, significant, supportive connections with others in order to be the best individual she/he can be."
R Melissa Ibarra, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98112
"I chose to become a marriage and family therapist because I wanted family members to find ways to connect with each other more positively and to gain skills to weather the difficult times. My goal is for my clients to feel heard and validated, as I view therapy as a collaborative effort, where I share my expertise to help clients gain more control of their own lives. I enjoy working with the entire life developmental stages from: child, adolescence and adults. What I especially enjoy about my role as a provider is that I learn equally as much from my clients"
(425) 657-3596
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98112
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"I chose to become a marriage and family therapist because I wanted family members to find ways to connect with each other more positively and to gain skills to weather the difficult times. My goal is for my clients to feel heard and validated, as I view therapy as a collaborative effort, where I share my expertise to help clients gain more control of their own lives. I enjoy working with the entire life developmental stages from: child, adolescence and adults. What I especially enjoy about my role as a provider is that I learn equally as much from my clients"
Viridian Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, M.S., M.A., LMFTA
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98119
"You’re intelligent, competent, and usually, hard things come easily to you. And yet, something in your life is not working well. You’re stuck, and you’re ready for an outside perspective."
(206) 350-2661
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98119
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"You’re intelligent, competent, and usually, hard things come easily to you. And yet, something in your life is not working well. You’re stuck, and you’re ready for an outside perspective."
Carrie Pope, MSW, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98103
"I work with individuals, couples and families - biological and chosen. I take a holistic approach to my practice and believe in addressing the wellbeing of mind, body and spirit. I am committed to helping all people access deep meaning, healing and connection (with self, others, communities) by meeting them wherever they are in their life."
(425) 970-9732
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98103
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"I work with individuals, couples and families - biological and chosen. I take a holistic approach to my practice and believe in addressing the wellbeing of mind, body and spirit. I am committed to helping all people access deep meaning, healing and connection (with self, others, communities) by meeting them wherever they are in their life."
Aaron Norr, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD, PLLC
Verified by Psychology Today
Seattle, Washington 98119
"My work with adults typically focuses on anxiety and stress management, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, sleep disorders, interpersonal relationship issues, and general health and wellness. I believe in taking a collaborative, client-centered approach to developing an individualized treatment plan to help clients achieve their personal therapeutic goals. I would love to speak with you so we can decide together how to best help you move forward."
(253) 300-3052
Verified
Seattle, Washington 98119
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"My work with adults typically focuses on anxiety and stress management, post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, sleep disorders, interpersonal relationship issues, and general health and wellness. I believe in taking a collaborative, client-centered approach to developing an individualized treatment plan to help clients achieve their personal therapeutic goals. I would love to speak with you so we can decide together how to best help you move forward."

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

If you're looking for help with bereavement in Seattle or for a Seattle bereavement therapist, these professionals provide bereavement counseling and bereavement support. They include Seattle bereavement therapists, bereavement psychologists and bereavement counselors.

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