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"*Currently accepting new clients* I help adults in their 20s and 30s as they build their careers, navigate social interactions, pursue dating and relationships, and work their way through higher education. During this time of life, it’s all about figuring out who you are and how you fit in the world. I enjoy helping clients manage stressors, increase confidence, learn new skills, and work toward creating the lives they want. "
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(206) 429-4239
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"*Currently accepting new clients* I help adults in their 20s and 30s as they build their careers, navigate social interactions, pursue dating and relationships, and work their way through higher education. During this time of life, it’s all about figuring out who you are and how you fit in the world. I enjoy helping clients manage stressors, increase confidence, learn new skills, and work toward creating the lives they want. "
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"* Not taking new clients at this time* My clients often come to counseling feeling stuck, overwhelmed, and irritated by everyday interactions. Children and teens may have increased conflict at school or home, decreased motivation, lack of engagement, or avoiding activities that were previously enjoyable. They may be feeling sad or empty, and may have thoughts of suicide. Parents may be feeling confused and helpless watching their children struggle to manage daily life. "
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"* Not taking new clients at this time* My clients often come to counseling feeling stuck, overwhelmed, and irritated by everyday interactions. Children and teens may have increased conflict at school or home, decreased motivation, lack of engagement, or avoiding activities that were previously enjoyable. They may be feeling sad or empty, and may have thoughts of suicide. Parents may be feeling confused and helpless watching their children struggle to manage daily life. "
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"As a therapist, I believe it is a great privilege and honor to be a part of the journey through an individual's most challenging and rewarding life experiences. It takes a great deal of courage to seek therapy and look inward to face the parts of ourselves we may be uncomfortable admitting exist. Within every individual is the power to heal themselves and working collaboratively in therapy will help facilitate that realization. My approach focuses on building resilience and hope through a blend of modalities including but not limited to Gestalt, attachment-based, emotion-focused, and existential therapy."
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(425) 276-7516
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"As a therapist, I believe it is a great privilege and honor to be a part of the journey through an individual's most challenging and rewarding life experiences. It takes a great deal of courage to seek therapy and look inward to face the parts of ourselves we may be uncomfortable admitting exist. Within every individual is the power to heal themselves and working collaboratively in therapy will help facilitate that realization. My approach focuses on building resilience and hope through a blend of modalities including but not limited to Gestalt, attachment-based, emotion-focused, and existential therapy."
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"*Currently accepting new patients* Hi, there! I'm Ian. If you are feeling down, anxious, or stuck or are struggling in your relationships, I would like to help. I believe that meaningful personal connection—feeling understood, accepted, & loved—is at the heart of well-being, so my desire is to provide a genuine, warm, & safe presence in which my clients feel comfortable sharing their stories & exploring how their past has shaped them & their experience of the present. Though I use a psychodynamic approach, I tailor my approach to meet my clients' needs, integrating techniques from various approaches like CBT, gestalt, & mindfulness."
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(206) 531-7328
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"*Currently accepting new patients* Hi, there! I'm Ian. If you are feeling down, anxious, or stuck or are struggling in your relationships, I would like to help. I believe that meaningful personal connection—feeling understood, accepted, & loved—is at the heart of well-being, so my desire is to provide a genuine, warm, & safe presence in which my clients feel comfortable sharing their stories & exploring how their past has shaped them & their experience of the present. Though I use a psychodynamic approach, I tailor my approach to meet my clients' needs, integrating techniques from various approaches like CBT, gestalt, & mindfulness."
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"You're the parent of a teen who's depressed, oppositional, or using substances. Or, perhaps you're a young adult or teen seeking services for yourself because you're stuck and something has to change. My name is David Flack. For 20 years I've helped teens and young adults -- roughly ages 13 to 25 -- get unstuck from trauma, substance-related problems, and mental health challenges. I can help you, too. Together, we'll make choices about what to change, identify behaviors to leave behind, and develop the insight and skills needed for the journey ahead."
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"You're the parent of a teen who's depressed, oppositional, or using substances. Or, perhaps you're a young adult or teen seeking services for yourself because you're stuck and something has to change. My name is David Flack. For 20 years I've helped teens and young adults -- roughly ages 13 to 25 -- get unstuck from trauma, substance-related problems, and mental health challenges. I can help you, too. Together, we'll make choices about what to change, identify behaviors to leave behind, and develop the insight and skills needed for the journey ahead."
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"I have worked in community mental health since 2012. I have a lot of experience working with most disorders in the DSM-5. I have worked with clients that have anxiety disorders, ADHD, PTSD, depression, mood disorders, personality disorders, schizophrenia, and other disorders. My ideal client is anyone that wants to make a change in their life and is willing to do the work it takes to achieve their goals. I work with clients to do a comprehensive assessment where I supply a diagnosis or diagnoses. From there treatment begins. I use a wide array of treatments. My main mode of therapy is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)."
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(425) 979-7268
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"I have worked in community mental health since 2012. I have a lot of experience working with most disorders in the DSM-5. I have worked with clients that have anxiety disorders, ADHD, PTSD, depression, mood disorders, personality disorders, schizophrenia, and other disorders. My ideal client is anyone that wants to make a change in their life and is willing to do the work it takes to achieve their goals. I work with clients to do a comprehensive assessment where I supply a diagnosis or diagnoses. From there treatment begins. I use a wide array of treatments. My main mode of therapy is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)."
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"We all crave connection, freedom, peace and a sense of worth and belonging and we all go through periods of struggling to find wholeness. I see therapy as a partnership where I work to support you on your particular path towards healing, wholeness and thriving in your relationships. I believe my most important task is creating safety within the therapeutic encounter so that my clients have a place where they can vulnerability heal. I believe the fit between therapist and client is essential so I always offer a complimentary in person consultation so you can meet me to see if this is the right place for your emotional investment."
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(425) 321-5859
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"We all crave connection, freedom, peace and a sense of worth and belonging and we all go through periods of struggling to find wholeness. I see therapy as a partnership where I work to support you on your particular path towards healing, wholeness and thriving in your relationships. I believe my most important task is creating safety within the therapeutic encounter so that my clients have a place where they can vulnerability heal. I believe the fit between therapist and client is essential so I always offer a complimentary in person consultation so you can meet me to see if this is the right place for your emotional investment."
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"Why go to therapy? You might seek therapy when experiencing a lot of emotional pain or anxiety, maybe even confusion about a situation or yourself. Life throws curve balls. No one avoids all crises. One goal of therapy is to relieve anxiety, and every session should give you greater understanding of the issue at hand and should bring relief—whatever the issue may be. You might feel alone and maybe even ashamed about personal concerns—that’s only normal. The therapy room is a place of understanding and acceptance, a place for positive problem solving, and allowance of all feelings and thoughts: you can enter and feel safe and secure."
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"Why go to therapy? You might seek therapy when experiencing a lot of emotional pain or anxiety, maybe even confusion about a situation or yourself. Life throws curve balls. No one avoids all crises. One goal of therapy is to relieve anxiety, and every session should give you greater understanding of the issue at hand and should bring relief—whatever the issue may be. You might feel alone and maybe even ashamed about personal concerns—that’s only normal. The therapy room is a place of understanding and acceptance, a place for positive problem solving, and allowance of all feelings and thoughts: you can enter and feel safe and secure."
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"If you're wanting to start couples therapy, but your partner isn't, you've come to the right place. While there are many couples therapists out there who will work with both of you as a pair, I'm a therapist who does individual relationship work. I'm here for you if you're wanting to repair your relationship, but find yourself doing that work alone without your partner's support. I don't want you to suffer and feel stuck just because your partner isn't ready to do therapy with you. You may be wondering if talking about your relationship issues without your partner there will actually help and it can in a number of ways."
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"If you're wanting to start couples therapy, but your partner isn't, you've come to the right place. While there are many couples therapists out there who will work with both of you as a pair, I'm a therapist who does individual relationship work. I'm here for you if you're wanting to repair your relationship, but find yourself doing that work alone without your partner's support. I don't want you to suffer and feel stuck just because your partner isn't ready to do therapy with you. You may be wondering if talking about your relationship issues without your partner there will actually help and it can in a number of ways."
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"**Accepting new clients via teletherapy** Life can bring pain and frustration into one's heart and mind. It creates sadness, anxiety, and a feeling of being stuck. It may feel hard to imagine that it is possible to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Therapy can offer clarity and strength as you work through, rather than avoid, that which causes you pain. Providing a safe space for someone to process is essential; and together we can traverse the inner journey of self-discovery. Through exploring one's thoughts, feelings, and the unconscious, this can help brings to the surface that which keeps one stuck in unhealthy patterns."
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(206) 823-0726
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"**Accepting new clients via teletherapy** Life can bring pain and frustration into one's heart and mind. It creates sadness, anxiety, and a feeling of being stuck. It may feel hard to imagine that it is possible to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Therapy can offer clarity and strength as you work through, rather than avoid, that which causes you pain. Providing a safe space for someone to process is essential; and together we can traverse the inner journey of self-discovery. Through exploring one's thoughts, feelings, and the unconscious, this can help brings to the surface that which keeps one stuck in unhealthy patterns."
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"Being a person is hard work; our lives are complex and navigating the world is challenging even in the best of circumstances. What we all long for, a sense of wellness, is not just the absence of affliction, it is the presence of vitality. Each of us has the capacity for this vitality, where we live fully and whole-heartedly. Clients who find my services most helpful tend to be those who are looking for a new way of living, who seek a deeper understanding of their feelings, their relationships, and their life."
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(425) 414-7844
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"Being a person is hard work; our lives are complex and navigating the world is challenging even in the best of circumstances. What we all long for, a sense of wellness, is not just the absence of affliction, it is the presence of vitality. Each of us has the capacity for this vitality, where we live fully and whole-heartedly. Clients who find my services most helpful tend to be those who are looking for a new way of living, who seek a deeper understanding of their feelings, their relationships, and their life."
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"As a psychotherapist and partner with Heritage Counseling Associates, I see clients in Edmonds, Kirkland and Snohomish WA. My undergraduate degree is from Bethel College in St Paul, MN and my graduate work was at Biola University in La Mirada, CA. I have been in practice for 35 years, I've served as Adjunct Professor of Counseling at Puget Sound Christian College, I've published 4 books and I love what I do every day. For more details you can visit my website - rogerhillerstrom.com."
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"As a psychotherapist and partner with Heritage Counseling Associates, I see clients in Edmonds, Kirkland and Snohomish WA. My undergraduate degree is from Bethel College in St Paul, MN and my graduate work was at Biola University in La Mirada, CA. I have been in practice for 35 years, I've served as Adjunct Professor of Counseling at Puget Sound Christian College, I've published 4 books and I love what I do every day. For more details you can visit my website - rogerhillerstrom.com."
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"My focus is to help people who want to improve themselves or their life situations. Changing behaviors, includes changing thoughts. When our brain becomes an ally instead of an enemy, we can get more of what we want and less of what we don't. Whether helping someone out of a tough spot, or helping those reach their highest potential, it's rewarding to be part of any positive transition. I'm at Mindful Therapy Group in Mountlake Terrace Mon-Wed & Mastery Mental Health in Mukilteo Thu-Fri. "
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"My focus is to help people who want to improve themselves or their life situations. Changing behaviors, includes changing thoughts. When our brain becomes an ally instead of an enemy, we can get more of what we want and less of what we don't. Whether helping someone out of a tough spot, or helping those reach their highest potential, it's rewarding to be part of any positive transition. I'm at Mindful Therapy Group in Mountlake Terrace Mon-Wed & Mastery Mental Health in Mukilteo Thu-Fri. "
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"I welcome clients who are contemplating making positive changes in their lives. This might consist of guidance in making adjustments during career or general life transitions and challenges. Finding the right therapist can be challenging and you are courageous in taking action. I specialize in working with individuals struggling with addiction and underlying emotional disturbances. I invite family members to participate when appropriate and together we work on building a healthy support system. Coping and stress management skills are implemented to achieve your long and short-term goals."
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"I welcome clients who are contemplating making positive changes in their lives. This might consist of guidance in making adjustments during career or general life transitions and challenges. Finding the right therapist can be challenging and you are courageous in taking action. I specialize in working with individuals struggling with addiction and underlying emotional disturbances. I invite family members to participate when appropriate and together we work on building a healthy support system. Coping and stress management skills are implemented to achieve your long and short-term goals."
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"Deep, respectful understanding is one of the most important things to have from someone. As both therapist and client, I have found that when one receives this deep respect, great reservoirs of untapped strength are opened. Through it, I have seen people find hope, creativity, and happiness."
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"Deep, respectful understanding is one of the most important things to have from someone. As both therapist and client, I have found that when one receives this deep respect, great reservoirs of untapped strength are opened. Through it, I have seen people find hope, creativity, and happiness."
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""Danielle understands that showing up is half the battle." --- Anonymous"
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"Approaching Authenticity: Life presents challenges that can feel like barriers to our true selves. Whether struggling to cope with major life changes, managing feelings, substance abuse issues, sense of self, relationships, or "feeling OK in my own skin," we can all benefit from a therapeutic relationship. My role is to help people find perspective, empower people to take steps to make positive change, and provide a safe, supportive atmosphere that is free of judgment. My approach is client-centered, strength-perspective, and I work to create a therapeutic relationship in which people can discover and take actions appropriate to improve one's life."
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"Approaching Authenticity: Life presents challenges that can feel like barriers to our true selves. Whether struggling to cope with major life changes, managing feelings, substance abuse issues, sense of self, relationships, or "feeling OK in my own skin," we can all benefit from a therapeutic relationship. My role is to help people find perspective, empower people to take steps to make positive change, and provide a safe, supportive atmosphere that is free of judgment. My approach is client-centered, strength-perspective, and I work to create a therapeutic relationship in which people can discover and take actions appropriate to improve one's life."
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"Finding one’s self can be trying and often feels circular and defeating. Many people find themselves feeling as though they are continuing the same patterns to little avail. I believe that most of our behaviors serve a purpose for better, or for worse. By gaining greater understanding into our patterns, we are able to gain flexibility in how we approach life’s trials and tribulations. Through an authentic and warm relationship, I believe individuals can find ways of approaching their difficulties with confidence. Whether situational or organic, I therapeutically address most difficulties you, or someone you care for, may possess."
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"Finding one’s self can be trying and often feels circular and defeating. Many people find themselves feeling as though they are continuing the same patterns to little avail. I believe that most of our behaviors serve a purpose for better, or for worse. By gaining greater understanding into our patterns, we are able to gain flexibility in how we approach life’s trials and tribulations. Through an authentic and warm relationship, I believe individuals can find ways of approaching their difficulties with confidence. Whether situational or organic, I therapeutically address most difficulties you, or someone you care for, may possess."
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"My name is Maggie (Gigi) Ishaq. I am the owner and one of the therapists here at Balanced Living Therapy, LLC. We are a Behavioral Health Agency offering Co-Occurring Services; Mental Health and Substance Use Counseling. We recognize that finding a therapist is a very personal and individual choice. Please call our office or visit our website to learn more about our therapists. We are happy to help you find the best fit! Each therapist will offer compassion, understanding and empathy. We consider ourselves to be respectful and non-judgmental. We believe that each person has core value as a human being. "
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(425) 284-9536
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"My name is Maggie (Gigi) Ishaq. I am the owner and one of the therapists here at Balanced Living Therapy, LLC. We are a Behavioral Health Agency offering Co-Occurring Services; Mental Health and Substance Use Counseling. We recognize that finding a therapist is a very personal and individual choice. Please call our office or visit our website to learn more about our therapists. We are happy to help you find the best fit! Each therapist will offer compassion, understanding and empathy. We consider ourselves to be respectful and non-judgmental. We believe that each person has core value as a human being. "
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"I am a person centered oriented therapist, which means that I believe the client is the one who best knows what will work for them in regards to treatment. I work with individuals who are looking for a better quality of life. Sometimes this means addressing multiple long standing traumas from throughout their life. Other times a single incident can shake one's confidence, and he or she may be needing some help rebuilding their sense of self. I work with individuals aged 18+."
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"I am a person centered oriented therapist, which means that I believe the client is the one who best knows what will work for them in regards to treatment. I work with individuals who are looking for a better quality of life. Sometimes this means addressing multiple long standing traumas from throughout their life. Other times a single incident can shake one's confidence, and he or she may be needing some help rebuilding their sense of self. I work with individuals aged 18+."

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