Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"You're struggling to control the negative storyteller in your mind. You imagine catastrophic scenarios linked to everyday moments, actively planning for how people will respond to what you say or do. That inner narrative is draining your mental energy, protecting against something that isn't going to happen. The easy option is to put up walls, blocking people from being able to hurt you. But that only makes you more fearful and lonely. What if you could find a way to have healthy boundaries that allow people to connect with you? A way to relate that feels wonderful?"
Sandplay
(360) 255-3567
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"You're struggling to control the negative storyteller in your mind. You imagine catastrophic scenarios linked to everyday moments, actively planning for how people will respond to what you say or do. That inner narrative is draining your mental energy, protecting against something that isn't going to happen. The easy option is to put up walls, blocking people from being able to hurt you. But that only makes you more fearful and lonely. What if you could find a way to have healthy boundaries that allow people to connect with you? A way to relate that feels wonderful?"
Kelsie Wheeler, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
"Families are constantly growing and evolving. You've seen it as parents: once you think you have something figured out, your child goes and changes it up and the cycle begins again. During this process it's common for families to get stuck. You've run out of ideas or are too emotionally drained to find a solution. I'm here to help guide your family through those sticky times. I work with children, adolescents, adults and families. I specialize in anxiety, depression, social concerns, family issues, sensory integration and emotional regulation. I will provide gentle encouragement to assist in your process towards change"
Sandplay
(360) 746-2913
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"Families are constantly growing and evolving. You've seen it as parents: once you think you have something figured out, your child goes and changes it up and the cycle begins again. During this process it's common for families to get stuck. You've run out of ideas or are too emotionally drained to find a solution. I'm here to help guide your family through those sticky times. I work with children, adolescents, adults and families. I specialize in anxiety, depression, social concerns, family issues, sensory integration and emotional regulation. I will provide gentle encouragement to assist in your process towards change"
Michael D Powers, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"It is my privilege to have been working with couples, families, and individuals for over 20 years. My work emphasizes helping my clients find more authentic meaning and purpose in their lives, developing their potential to the fullest, and assisting them in establishing lasting solutions. I have extensive experience treating common couple's and family issues such as communication, parenting, conflict-resolution, and stagnancy, to more serious issues like infidelity, addictions, and domestic violence. My clinical expertise in individual psychotherapy extends to depression, anxiety, anger management, addictions, self-discovery, and overall life direction."
Sandplay
(360) 813-6578
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"It is my privilege to have been working with couples, families, and individuals for over 20 years. My work emphasizes helping my clients find more authentic meaning and purpose in their lives, developing their potential to the fullest, and assisting them in establishing lasting solutions. I have extensive experience treating common couple's and family issues such as communication, parenting, conflict-resolution, and stagnancy, to more serious issues like infidelity, addictions, and domestic violence. My clinical expertise in individual psychotherapy extends to depression, anxiety, anger management, addictions, self-discovery, and overall life direction."
Cynthia Stentz, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a depth psychotherapist.I work with individuals and couples in various states of transition. There may be a loss, a betrayal, a trauma from childhood or the present that has brought you into therapy. Our work is to make relationship to this threshold crossing that can open you to a fuller experiencing of your life"
Sandplay
(360) 419-4215
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Sandplay
"I am a depth psychotherapist.I work with individuals and couples in various states of transition. There may be a loss, a betrayal, a trauma from childhood or the present that has brought you into therapy. Our work is to make relationship to this threshold crossing that can open you to a fuller experiencing of your life"
Emily Farrell, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"With over 30 years of clinical experience, my approach is tailored uniquely to each person's strengths and challenges, drawing from many effective tools to support body, heart and spirit. Over the years I have focused on assisting people in healing from trauma. To this end, I have become a Certified practitioner of Lifespan Integration (lifespanintegration.com), a very effective, neuro-science based approach. Please see my website for more info: emilyfarrell.org"
Sandplay
(877) 415-8950
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"With over 30 years of clinical experience, my approach is tailored uniquely to each person's strengths and challenges, drawing from many effective tools to support body, heart and spirit. Over the years I have focused on assisting people in healing from trauma. To this end, I have become a Certified practitioner of Lifespan Integration (lifespanintegration.com), a very effective, neuro-science based approach. Please see my website for more info: emilyfarrell.org"
Laurie E. Werbner, MFT: Telephone & Online Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Confidential, interactive online & telephone therapy for LGBTQ & women of all ages. My experiences, education & empathy inspired me to become a psychotherapist. I strive to create safe, trusting, non-judgmental therapeutic relationships. I encourage clients to work at their own pace to reveal & express emotions that stem from depression, anxiety, isolation, self-esteem & life transitions. Support is essential for coming out, gender/sex issues, parenting, family conflicts, aging or loss. I am committed to helping people identify & overcome barriers to personal, academic, professional and creative pursuits. "
Sandplay
(510) 548-6547
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"Confidential, interactive online & telephone therapy for LGBTQ & women of all ages. My experiences, education & empathy inspired me to become a psychotherapist. I strive to create safe, trusting, non-judgmental therapeutic relationships. I encourage clients to work at their own pace to reveal & express emotions that stem from depression, anxiety, isolation, self-esteem & life transitions. Support is essential for coming out, gender/sex issues, parenting, family conflicts, aging or loss. I am committed to helping people identify & overcome barriers to personal, academic, professional and creative pursuits. "
Karen Mittet,
" Narrative therapy is committed to a relational and contextual view of people and their problems. It explores the social or cultural implications that may be responsible for problems taking control over a person's life. Narrative therapy seeks alternative avenues for people to stand up to their problems instead of being defined by them. Through skilled therapeutic questioning, rich dialogue flows throughout the therapy conversation, creating space for healing to begin. After each session of therapy, Karen writes a therapeutic letter to her clients. The letter continues the conversation and includes questions for further reflection."
Sandplay
(360) 526-8949
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" Narrative therapy is committed to a relational and contextual view of people and their problems. It explores the social or cultural implications that may be responsible for problems taking control over a person's life. Narrative therapy seeks alternative avenues for people to stand up to their problems instead of being defined by them. Through skilled therapeutic questioning, rich dialogue flows throughout the therapy conversation, creating space for healing to begin. After each session of therapy, Karen writes a therapeutic letter to her clients. The letter continues the conversation and includes questions for further reflection."
Keri Wallace, Counselor
Counselor, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Relationships are the foundation of our lives. Family relationships, romantic relationships, parent/child relationships. These are the connections that make our lives joyful and full. At other times they can be stressful, unstable and uncertain. Navigating through valuable relationships can be confusing and scary at times. It is often hard to understand why the most important people in our lives are the people we struggle most to connect with."
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(855) 631-3489
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"Relationships are the foundation of our lives. Family relationships, romantic relationships, parent/child relationships. These are the connections that make our lives joyful and full. At other times they can be stressful, unstable and uncertain. Navigating through valuable relationships can be confusing and scary at times. It is often hard to understand why the most important people in our lives are the people we struggle most to connect with."
Georgia Faye Grammer, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, M.Ed, LMFTA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Bring me your suffering./The rattle roar of broken bones./Bring me the riot in your heart./Angry, wild and raw./Bring it all./I am not afraid of the dark. (M. Hollow). To survive in a traumatized, ego-centric culture filled with counterfeit images, we pay a steep price -- trauma and pain in our disconnected bodies, loneliness and broken-heartedness in our relationships, an unmet longing for passionate, meaningful engagement with the world. Crisis, suffering, illness, and pain often become the catalyst for change, awakening our yearning for a more courageous, authentic, embodied life. We want to be free more than we want to be safe!"
Sandplay
(360) 255-5629
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"Bring me your suffering./The rattle roar of broken bones./Bring me the riot in your heart./Angry, wild and raw./Bring it all./I am not afraid of the dark. (M. Hollow). To survive in a traumatized, ego-centric culture filled with counterfeit images, we pay a steep price -- trauma and pain in our disconnected bodies, loneliness and broken-heartedness in our relationships, an unmet longing for passionate, meaningful engagement with the world. Crisis, suffering, illness, and pain often become the catalyst for change, awakening our yearning for a more courageous, authentic, embodied life. We want to be free more than we want to be safe!"
Caitlin Koch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, MSW, CCLS, LSWAIC
Verified by Psychology Today
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(833) 243-5902
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Nicole I Torres, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, MSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Welcome and thank you for your interest in my services. I work with clients who need assistance with issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, relationships, life transitions, psychospiritual issues, and other mental and emotional challenges. I believe that we all have the capacity to heal and need encouragement on the path to healing and wholeness. My therapeutic modalities include: expressive art, storytelling, dream analysis, and facilitating a person's spiritual growth. I aim to provide holistic, creative, culturally relevant services for people from all backgrounds."
(206) 823-2230
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"Welcome and thank you for your interest in my services. I work with clients who need assistance with issues such as anxiety, depression, trauma, relationships, life transitions, psychospiritual issues, and other mental and emotional challenges. I believe that we all have the capacity to heal and need encouragement on the path to healing and wholeness. My therapeutic modalities include: expressive art, storytelling, dream analysis, and facilitating a person's spiritual growth. I aim to provide holistic, creative, culturally relevant services for people from all backgrounds."
Brittany S Bacon, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a therapist, I believe first and foremost in the healing and growth that can happen in relationship. My therapeutic approach is about meeting people where they are, and engaging each individual in a healing dialogue that is appropriate and specific to his or her life. I am a process oriented therapist. This means that I am primarily interested in understanding the process through which my clients respond to the world and how they make meaning out of their experiences. My goal is to facilitate increased awareness in my clients and improve agency, choice, and connection in their lives. "
(360) 526-8809
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"As a therapist, I believe first and foremost in the healing and growth that can happen in relationship. My therapeutic approach is about meeting people where they are, and engaging each individual in a healing dialogue that is appropriate and specific to his or her life. I am a process oriented therapist. This means that I am primarily interested in understanding the process through which my clients respond to the world and how they make meaning out of their experiences. My goal is to facilitate increased awareness in my clients and improve agency, choice, and connection in their lives. "
Marcel A Van Eerd, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"Hello I am currently accepting new clients and their families. We will work together, enhancing personal and relational skills for immediate concerns and prevent relapse. I support progressive family and social change, helping parents and partners, understand their children as individuals while nurturing children to be respectful, engaged family members, informed critical thinkers, and responsible citizens. I guide parents offering boundaries appropriate to children's developmental stage, while involving children in decisions. I offer a welcoming, sensitive and respectful approach, using my talents and humor to aid the child, individual, couple, and family to successfully achieve their relationship goals."
(360) 529-3499
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"Hello I am currently accepting new clients and their families. We will work together, enhancing personal and relational skills for immediate concerns and prevent relapse. I support progressive family and social change, helping parents and partners, understand their children as individuals while nurturing children to be respectful, engaged family members, informed critical thinkers, and responsible citizens. I guide parents offering boundaries appropriate to children's developmental stage, while involving children in decisions. I offer a welcoming, sensitive and respectful approach, using my talents and humor to aid the child, individual, couple, and family to successfully achieve their relationship goals."
Sonia Rae Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, MHP, CMHS
Verified by Psychology Today
"Good For You! You have taken the first step: You are asking for help at a time when life challenges have caused you to pause and reflect. Life can feel out of balance, leaving us with feelings of despair, anxiousness and loss. Our basic human needs are those of connecting to others. We feel pain and discomfort when we feel separated. It takes courage to look at ourselves, to find the meaning of the discomfort. This struggle can have profound lasting results for personal growth, better health, and closer relationships with our family, friends and the community at large."
(360) 979-1917
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"Good For You! You have taken the first step: You are asking for help at a time when life challenges have caused you to pause and reflect. Life can feel out of balance, leaving us with feelings of despair, anxiousness and loss. Our basic human needs are those of connecting to others. We feel pain and discomfort when we feel separated. It takes courage to look at ourselves, to find the meaning of the discomfort. This struggle can have profound lasting results for personal growth, better health, and closer relationships with our family, friends and the community at large."
Julie Reimann, Counselor
Counselor, M. Coun, LMHC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I enjoy helping individuals and couples to discover more meaning and healthier connections in their lives. My specialties include trauma, grief and loss, relationship distress, domestic violence, mood disorders, and life transitions. I recognize that separate individuals can respond very differently to similar experiences. I will support you on your unique path to healing, helping you to self-reflect, explore emotional reactions, identify life patterns, and to recognize where you find meaning in your life. "
(844) 307-2931
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"I enjoy helping individuals and couples to discover more meaning and healthier connections in their lives. My specialties include trauma, grief and loss, relationship distress, domestic violence, mood disorders, and life transitions. I recognize that separate individuals can respond very differently to similar experiences. I will support you on your unique path to healing, helping you to self-reflect, explore emotional reactions, identify life patterns, and to recognize where you find meaning in your life. "
Rachel Beatty Counseling PLLC, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe it is in the context of relationship that we begin to build an understanding of ourselves and the world. Whether these relationships have been helpful, harmful, or somewhere in between, they shape the way we think, feel and behave. Therefore, as counseling begins we will take time to be curious about how your relational experiences have impacted you. We will explore your past and current stories. We will spend time identifying what is currently troubling you, possible origins of unhelpful coping strategies, and then together identify steps you can take to begin to find healing or freedom."
(509) 592-4242
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"I believe it is in the context of relationship that we begin to build an understanding of ourselves and the world. Whether these relationships have been helpful, harmful, or somewhere in between, they shape the way we think, feel and behave. Therefore, as counseling begins we will take time to be curious about how your relational experiences have impacted you. We will explore your past and current stories. We will spend time identifying what is currently troubling you, possible origins of unhelpful coping strategies, and then together identify steps you can take to begin to find healing or freedom."
Elizabeth B Stanton, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LMHC, LMT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Do you feel anxious, depressed, confused, alone or misunderstood? Are you having difficulty communicating within your relationships, going through a big life transition or feeling pain and constriction from past traumas? During these times it is helpful to have someone listen and support you without judgement within a safe place. Everyone has a personal history that makes them unique with both strengths and vulnerabilities. I know the courage and perseverance it takes to face and feel the pain as well as embrace your gifts, strengths and light. whether as an individual or a couple I want to help you. ."
(360) 310-4295
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"Do you feel anxious, depressed, confused, alone or misunderstood? Are you having difficulty communicating within your relationships, going through a big life transition or feeling pain and constriction from past traumas? During these times it is helpful to have someone listen and support you without judgement within a safe place. Everyone has a personal history that makes them unique with both strengths and vulnerabilities. I know the courage and perseverance it takes to face and feel the pain as well as embrace your gifts, strengths and light. whether as an individual or a couple I want to help you. ."
Sharon O'Connell, Counselor
Counselor, MA, CDPII, LMHC
Verified by Psychology Today
"We live in a complicated and challenging society and then, we have ourselves to deal with. Therapy is a good way to understand yourself on a deeper level so you can grow to your full potential and change the things that need to be changed. By doing so, we not only heal ourselves, but we are then a benefit to others in our life and to the world in general. I think I can help with that no matter where you are in the process."
(360) 529-5635
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"We live in a complicated and challenging society and then, we have ourselves to deal with. Therapy is a good way to understand yourself on a deeper level so you can grow to your full potential and change the things that need to be changed. By doing so, we not only heal ourselves, but we are then a benefit to others in our life and to the world in general. I think I can help with that no matter where you are in the process."
Jennifer M Gronholt, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in the assessment of attention and learning disorders for children, adolescents, and adults through diagnostic and neuropsychological evaluation. Regardless of any potential diagnoses, I provided recommendations for clients to learn new ways to manage their attention differences and learning challenges through behavioral and lifestyle interventions and by providing specific recommendations to their support system including parents and teachers."
(360) 639-4642
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"I specialize in the assessment of attention and learning disorders for children, adolescents, and adults through diagnostic and neuropsychological evaluation. Regardless of any potential diagnoses, I provided recommendations for clients to learn new ways to manage their attention differences and learning challenges through behavioral and lifestyle interventions and by providing specific recommendations to their support system including parents and teachers."
Molly Prentice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, BCD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am sorry you are facing stressful times, but glad that you have decided to reach out for some help. Most of my counseling experience has come from helping people to learn how to better deal with whatever the issues they are facing, including things like anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, loss, troubled relationships, and troubled pasts. I teach people how to change what they can in themselves and their circumstances, accept those things they have no power over, and then to cope better with whatever comes their way in the future."
(801) 895-4578
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"I am sorry you are facing stressful times, but glad that you have decided to reach out for some help. Most of my counseling experience has come from helping people to learn how to better deal with whatever the issues they are facing, including things like anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, loss, troubled relationships, and troubled pasts. I teach people how to change what they can in themselves and their circumstances, accept those things they have no power over, and then to cope better with whatever comes their way in the future."

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Sandplay therapy in 98225 establishes a safe and protected space, where the complexities of the client's inner world can be explored. Often young children, clients place miniature figurines in a small sandbox to express confusing feelings and inner experiences. This creates a visual representation of the client's thoughts and feelings and can reveal unconscious concerns that are inaccessible. The therapist does not interpret, interfere with, or direct the client's sand play but maintains an attitude of receptivity and acceptance, so the client can bring unconscious material into consciousness without censure. If you're looking for a 98225 sandplay Therapist, or sand play Therapists for sand therapy.

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Therapists in 98225 are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 98225 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 98225 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 98225 or family therapy in 98225.