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I am a passionate clinician who sees each client as a person with individual needs, wants, and goals. My approach to therapy is collaborative, compassionate, and direct. I have experience working with mood, adjustment and anxiety disorders, as well as co-occurring disorder and individuals struggling with interpersonal issues. In the counseling process, I strive to help each client find their own voice to communicate their thoughts and feelings about what they are experiencing on a day to day basis. The aim is that the counseling experience becomes one of comfort in expressing and reconstructing ones personal narrative.
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I am a passionate clinician who sees each client as a person with individual needs, wants, and goals. My approach to therapy is collaborative, compassionate, and direct. I have experience working with mood, adjustment and anxiety disorders, as well as co-occurring disorder and individuals struggling with interpersonal issues. In the counseling process, I strive to help each client find their own voice to communicate their thoughts and feelings about what they are experiencing on a day to day basis. The aim is that the counseling experience becomes one of comfort in expressing and reconstructing ones personal narrative.
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Seattle, WA 98188
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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(206) 260-0288
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Seattle, WA 98188
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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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Seattle, WA 98103
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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(206) 569-8904
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Seattle, WA 98103
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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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Seattle, WA 98102
I offer individual, couple, and family therapy. I am a systemic therapist. I believe your community, your family of origin, and the greater world in which you live all impact your situation. My focus is on promoting your strengths to help you achieve your goals. I use a variety of therapeutic interventions, but the common thread that links them is Mindfulness. In my work with couples, I apply Gottman theories to your preferred family structure. I enjoy exploring gender identity and also enjoy working with people to strengthen their relationships with themselves and others who are important in their lives.
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(206) 489-2924
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Seattle, WA 98102
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I offer individual, couple, and family therapy. I am a systemic therapist. I believe your community, your family of origin, and the greater world in which you live all impact your situation. My focus is on promoting your strengths to help you achieve your goals. I use a variety of therapeutic interventions, but the common thread that links them is Mindfulness. In my work with couples, I apply Gottman theories to your preferred family structure. I enjoy exploring gender identity and also enjoy working with people to strengthen their relationships with themselves and others who are important in their lives.
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My focus is on providing individual therapy services to Adults, Young Adults, Helping Professionals and teenagers. If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, bi-polar, or just life transitions. In the session, we will work to develop a sense of who you are, and so you feel have more control over​ the challenges that hold them back. I have been working with people struggling with mental health-related issues for the last seven years. My primary focus is on developing a stable therapeutic relationship with my clients where to feel comfortable to work overcome the hardship they have been facing.
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(206) 489-3058
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My focus is on providing individual therapy services to Adults, Young Adults, Helping Professionals and teenagers. If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, bi-polar, or just life transitions. In the session, we will work to develop a sense of who you are, and so you feel have more control over​ the challenges that hold them back. I have been working with people struggling with mental health-related issues for the last seven years. My primary focus is on developing a stable therapeutic relationship with my clients where to feel comfortable to work overcome the hardship they have been facing.
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If you are experiencing a life transition such as a breakup, a divorce, a new diagnosed chronic-illness, or are having a hard time navigating through feelings of anxiety, depression, PTSD, or any form of addiction; I can help you learn to be introspective and to reflect on your current situation which will open your mind to new possibilities and to new skills that will improve your quality of life.
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If you are experiencing a life transition such as a breakup, a divorce, a new diagnosed chronic-illness, or are having a hard time navigating through feelings of anxiety, depression, PTSD, or any form of addiction; I can help you learn to be introspective and to reflect on your current situation which will open your mind to new possibilities and to new skills that will improve your quality of life.
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Seattle, WA 98105
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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Seattle, WA 98105
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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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Seattle, WA 98109
I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families of all cultural identities. I I draw from a variety of perspectives to inform how I work with clients, and I adjust my approach based on the needs and goals of each client. I often work with clients suffering from mood disorders, such as anxiety and depression. I also support clients around issues including life transitions, difficulties in the family system, loss and grief, gender-based issues, and traumatic experiences. However, I can support a wide range of psychological challenges, including ones not listed here, so please call with any questions.
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(206) 207-8913
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Seattle, WA 98109
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I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families of all cultural identities. I I draw from a variety of perspectives to inform how I work with clients, and I adjust my approach based on the needs and goals of each client. I often work with clients suffering from mood disorders, such as anxiety and depression. I also support clients around issues including life transitions, difficulties in the family system, loss and grief, gender-based issues, and traumatic experiences. However, I can support a wide range of psychological challenges, including ones not listed here, so please call with any questions.
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My name is Kelley O'Hanlon and I am a therapist in Redmond, WA. I support clients in their desire to live more fulfilling lives by means of individual and couples therapy. I help clients dealing with anxiety, life-transitions, family issues, couples/relationship issues, bipolar, and depression. One of my strengths is tailoring my approach and methods to what works best for you. My goal is to help and empower you to uncover the answers you already have, but may presently find just out of reach.
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(425) 321-0083
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Seattle, WA 98102
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My name is Kelley O'Hanlon and I am a therapist in Redmond, WA. I support clients in their desire to live more fulfilling lives by means of individual and couples therapy. I help clients dealing with anxiety, life-transitions, family issues, couples/relationship issues, bipolar, and depression. One of my strengths is tailoring my approach and methods to what works best for you. My goal is to help and empower you to uncover the answers you already have, but may presently find just out of reach.
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Hello, thanks for visiting my page! If you haven't been feeling like yourself & are in need of additional support, you're in the right place. I'm passionate about helping those struggling with anxiety, depression, high levels of stress/overwhelm, trauma & those who consider themselves Highly Sensitive (or Empath). I work with adults, children/teens to help you regain a sense of balance, to find peace and joy in your life again, while reducing shame, guilt & confusion surrounding your current life challenges. At the same time, we will work towards creating a growth mindset through self-compassion & the use of tangible coping skills.
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Hello, thanks for visiting my page! If you haven't been feeling like yourself & are in need of additional support, you're in the right place. I'm passionate about helping those struggling with anxiety, depression, high levels of stress/overwhelm, trauma & those who consider themselves Highly Sensitive (or Empath). I work with adults, children/teens to help you regain a sense of balance, to find peace and joy in your life again, while reducing shame, guilt & confusion surrounding your current life challenges. At the same time, we will work towards creating a growth mindset through self-compassion & the use of tangible coping skills.
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I believe that all mental anguish begins with loneliness and disconnection. This is why my approach to psychotherapy is grounded fundamentally in the relationship that we build together. Together we will move through suffering, creatively identifying new possibilities and ways of experiencing life. We will find hope and build your capacity to love both yourself and others more fully. From within this relationship, you will be able to safely try new things, to see what works for you, to ultimately move forward in your life with more ease. I like the expression "human flourishing" to describe this process.
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(206) 203-9261
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Seattle, WA 98103
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I believe that all mental anguish begins with loneliness and disconnection. This is why my approach to psychotherapy is grounded fundamentally in the relationship that we build together. Together we will move through suffering, creatively identifying new possibilities and ways of experiencing life. We will find hope and build your capacity to love both yourself and others more fully. From within this relationship, you will be able to safely try new things, to see what works for you, to ultimately move forward in your life with more ease. I like the expression "human flourishing" to describe this process.
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Seattle, WA 98107
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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Seattle, WA 98107
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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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Seattle, WA 98105
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
Seattle, WA 98105
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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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I have been working in the mental health field since 2007, supporting individuals and families dealing with trauma, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, and the consequences of major life changes. I have worked extensively with people of all ages in dealing with emotional regulation as it relates to daily functioning with family, friends, coworkers, and classmates. I believe in the power of language and communication, and I believe that the skills necessary to improve one's quality of life can be learned and implemented at any age and under any circumstance.
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I have been working in the mental health field since 2007, supporting individuals and families dealing with trauma, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, and the consequences of major life changes. I have worked extensively with people of all ages in dealing with emotional regulation as it relates to daily functioning with family, friends, coworkers, and classmates. I believe in the power of language and communication, and I believe that the skills necessary to improve one's quality of life can be learned and implemented at any age and under any circumstance.
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My therapeutic approach can best be described as holistic, body-oriented, and mindful. This type of therapy is useful for adults, teens and couples dealing with anxiety, stressful or shifting life transitions, trauma and PTSD, emotion regulation, behavior change, depression, grief/loss, relational challenges, and health issues. I utilize several techniques and therapeutic models because everyone has a unique story. This includes emotion-focused talk therapy, mindfulness and body movement practices including CORE Enregetics.
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(425) 428-6962
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Seattle, WA 98103
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My therapeutic approach can best be described as holistic, body-oriented, and mindful. This type of therapy is useful for adults, teens and couples dealing with anxiety, stressful or shifting life transitions, trauma and PTSD, emotion regulation, behavior change, depression, grief/loss, relational challenges, and health issues. I utilize several techniques and therapeutic models because everyone has a unique story. This includes emotion-focused talk therapy, mindfulness and body movement practices including CORE Enregetics.
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*Accepting New Clients* Now more than ever, people are seeking anxiety, depression, and trauma-informed therapy to help move through personal, professional, and interpersonal difficulties. In my work as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, I will join you in your journey as you discover, process, and heal in a safe and compassionate space. As a trauma-informed therapist, I center on my client’s physical and emotional safety first and foremost as I work with them to encourage healing without dangerously triggering any difficult memories, emotions, and experiences. I passionate about empowering my clients and improving lives.
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(206) 279-4969
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Seattle, WA 98109
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*Accepting New Clients* Now more than ever, people are seeking anxiety, depression, and trauma-informed therapy to help move through personal, professional, and interpersonal difficulties. In my work as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, I will join you in your journey as you discover, process, and heal in a safe and compassionate space. As a trauma-informed therapist, I center on my client’s physical and emotional safety first and foremost as I work with them to encourage healing without dangerously triggering any difficult memories, emotions, and experiences. I passionate about empowering my clients and improving lives.
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I offer psychotherapy, art therapy, and yoga therapy in Seattle, Washington. I am honored to work with adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, or major life transitions, including transition to parenting. My work is guided by the principles of non-judgment, deep listening, and respect. I believe in working collaboratively towards the changes you want to see in your life and focusing on your strengths as well as the challenges you are facing. You can feel better. It is possible to alleviate suffering and feel empowered to live the life you want to live.
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(206) 202-7152
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Seattle, WA 98103
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I offer psychotherapy, art therapy, and yoga therapy in Seattle, Washington. I am honored to work with adults who are experiencing anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, or major life transitions, including transition to parenting. My work is guided by the principles of non-judgment, deep listening, and respect. I believe in working collaboratively towards the changes you want to see in your life and focusing on your strengths as well as the challenges you are facing. You can feel better. It is possible to alleviate suffering and feel empowered to live the life you want to live.
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I know you. You can put on a happy face and convince the world that everything is just fine, but behind your smile is a belief that you are not good enough. You know how to stay hidden in plain sight without exposing your authentic self. The downside? It’s exhausting. You are constantly fighting with yourself, wondering if what you said was “weird” or "too much", believing that other people are judging you as harshly as you judge yourself. You’ve come to believe that you are somehow deficient or unworthy, which pushes you to either over achieve or hide away.
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(206) 701-7732
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I know you. You can put on a happy face and convince the world that everything is just fine, but behind your smile is a belief that you are not good enough. You know how to stay hidden in plain sight without exposing your authentic self. The downside? It’s exhausting. You are constantly fighting with yourself, wondering if what you said was “weird” or "too much", believing that other people are judging you as harshly as you judge yourself. You’ve come to believe that you are somehow deficient or unworthy, which pushes you to either over achieve or hide away.
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The human condition is a complex one. Life’s complexities can create barriers from living to our fullest potential. Many of us encounter struggles with inner anxieties, self-criticism, avoidance, or fears of failure. We judge who we are based on how we are perceived by others, neglecting what we value within ourselves. In moments, we may feel like we have to hide parts of ourselves from others or busy ourselves to divert our attention from the challenges that life continually throws at our feet.
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(206) 429-6317
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The human condition is a complex one. Life’s complexities can create barriers from living to our fullest potential. Many of us encounter struggles with inner anxieties, self-criticism, avoidance, or fears of failure. We judge who we are based on how we are perceived by others, neglecting what we value within ourselves. In moments, we may feel like we have to hide parts of ourselves from others or busy ourselves to divert our attention from the challenges that life continually throws at our feet.
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Seattle, WA 98102
Healing begins with connection. We need these connections to not only survive but thrive. So often our connections our broken. I empower you to know that you are truly the expert in your healing process. Through co-creating a safe space that honors your infinitely unique personhood, while emphasizing the importance relationship has in the process of healing. Unfortunately, there isn’t a one-size-fits all solution to enhance one’s growth and transformation. We will explore all of who you are to best guide us through your everyday lived experience. In this we foster a holistic method that addresses your mind, body and soul.
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(206) 712-5446
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Seattle, WA 98102
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Healing begins with connection. We need these connections to not only survive but thrive. So often our connections our broken. I empower you to know that you are truly the expert in your healing process. Through co-creating a safe space that honors your infinitely unique personhood, while emphasizing the importance relationship has in the process of healing. Unfortunately, there isn’t a one-size-fits all solution to enhance one’s growth and transformation. We will explore all of who you are to best guide us through your everyday lived experience. In this we foster a holistic method that addresses your mind, body and soul.

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