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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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"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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"Please connect with me email (best) to see if we may be a good fit. I can also provide you with a referral if necessary. Thank you for stopping by! "
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"Please connect with me email (best) to see if we may be a good fit. I can also provide you with a referral if necessary. Thank you for stopping by! "
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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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"My areas of focus for therapy include the treatment of Anxiety, Depression, trauma, grief and loss, stress management, couple's therapy, parenting skills, life transitions, personal growth, spiritual exploration and healing from religious trauma. I provide an LGBTQIA-friendly environment for individual, couples and family therapy treatment."
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"My areas of focus for therapy include the treatment of Anxiety, Depression, trauma, grief and loss, stress management, couple's therapy, parenting skills, life transitions, personal growth, spiritual exploration and healing from religious trauma. I provide an LGBTQIA-friendly environment for individual, couples and family therapy treatment."
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"I am passionate about working with individuals and families. Navigating live's challenges can be really intimidating amidst the stressors of life, especially when they all start piling up and ways you used to cope before stop working. Before giving up, try seeking help from a qualified professional and learn new ways of understanding and interacting with your environment. By identifying and working through barriers, new patterns can be learned, and healing experiences can be found. Resources can be gained and emotional resilience can be improved. You can find the harmony you desire within your life, and it starts here. "
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"I am passionate about working with individuals and families. Navigating live's challenges can be really intimidating amidst the stressors of life, especially when they all start piling up and ways you used to cope before stop working. Before giving up, try seeking help from a qualified professional and learn new ways of understanding and interacting with your environment. By identifying and working through barriers, new patterns can be learned, and healing experiences can be found. Resources can be gained and emotional resilience can be improved. You can find the harmony you desire within your life, and it starts here. "
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"Vulnerability is one of humanity’s greatest strengths. The human capacity to heal, regenerate, and transform is remarkable. I take a holistic approach, mind, body, and spirit, treating the whole person. I consider therapy a partnership, a strong therapeutic alliance, collaborative in nature, where connection and rapport are essential to the therapeutic process. I create a safe, nonjudgmental space, where you can explore the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that may impact your life. I believe that resiliency is a flexible strength and that building resiliency is a key to recovery. "
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(425) 428-6918
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"Vulnerability is one of humanity’s greatest strengths. The human capacity to heal, regenerate, and transform is remarkable. I take a holistic approach, mind, body, and spirit, treating the whole person. I consider therapy a partnership, a strong therapeutic alliance, collaborative in nature, where connection and rapport are essential to the therapeutic process. I create a safe, nonjudgmental space, where you can explore the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that may impact your life. I believe that resiliency is a flexible strength and that building resiliency is a key to recovery. "
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"I specialize in working with individuals who have been scarred by trauma or grief. The worst pain is often inflicted by those we are vulnerable with, whether that has been family members, spiritual communities, or friends we have opened up to. I work with clients to safely grieve how they have been harmed, empower them with skills to change their internal and external world, and discover together ways to engage in life that leads to wholeness. My ideal client is someone who wants things to change and is willing to try something new."
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"I specialize in working with individuals who have been scarred by trauma or grief. The worst pain is often inflicted by those we are vulnerable with, whether that has been family members, spiritual communities, or friends we have opened up to. I work with clients to safely grieve how they have been harmed, empower them with skills to change their internal and external world, and discover together ways to engage in life that leads to wholeness. My ideal client is someone who wants things to change and is willing to try something new."
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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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"No matter why you are seeking therapy at this time, I believe that the concerns and struggles you are facing makes sense in the context of your lived experiences. I believe that people do the best they can given the circumstances. Often times we come up with coping skills that are useful at some point in our life but then we out grow them but continue using them- which can lead to a cycle of behaviors and outcomes that can cause more hurt and isolation. I believe people's deepest longings are often to be loved, seen and known- and our actions are often to protect those vulernable feelings that come from that longing."
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(206) 237-6783
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"No matter why you are seeking therapy at this time, I believe that the concerns and struggles you are facing makes sense in the context of your lived experiences. I believe that people do the best they can given the circumstances. Often times we come up with coping skills that are useful at some point in our life but then we out grow them but continue using them- which can lead to a cycle of behaviors and outcomes that can cause more hurt and isolation. I believe people's deepest longings are often to be loved, seen and known- and our actions are often to protect those vulernable feelings that come from that longing."
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"My clients come to me because they are struggling with behavioral issues, school problems, difficulties controlling worries, or poor emotion regulation skills. I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor that enjoys working with children, adolescents, and families. Working collaboratively with clients, I strive to create shared goals and build skills using play therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. I'm here to help bring out the best in your child and family. My clients leave with new strategies to help them navigate behavioral challenges and a renewed sense of hope. "
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"My clients come to me because they are struggling with behavioral issues, school problems, difficulties controlling worries, or poor emotion regulation skills. I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor that enjoys working with children, adolescents, and families. Working collaboratively with clients, I strive to create shared goals and build skills using play therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. I'm here to help bring out the best in your child and family. My clients leave with new strategies to help them navigate behavioral challenges and a renewed sense of hope. "
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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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"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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"I strive to provide a respectful and supportive environment, where you can feel comfortable and safe. In this setting, we can collaborate on how best to understand your situation, identify your goals, and find solutions. I specialize in treating anxiety, depression, and relationship difficulties utilizing evidenced based therapeutic modalities and techniques to address the issues that are interfering with your quality of life."
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"I strive to provide a respectful and supportive environment, where you can feel comfortable and safe. In this setting, we can collaborate on how best to understand your situation, identify your goals, and find solutions. I specialize in treating anxiety, depression, and relationship difficulties utilizing evidenced based therapeutic modalities and techniques to address the issues that are interfering with your quality of life."
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"I primarily see adults, both couples and individuals who are motivated to make a positive change in their life. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process where I act as a guide and facilitator providing you with new ways of understanding your experience and the necessary tools to grow beyond your current struggles. Together we will identify dysfunctional beliefs and behaviors that act as blocks to your growth and happiness. My goal is to leave you with a greater sense of freedom and empowerment to live fuller and richer lives."
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"I primarily see adults, both couples and individuals who are motivated to make a positive change in their life. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process where I act as a guide and facilitator providing you with new ways of understanding your experience and the necessary tools to grow beyond your current struggles. Together we will identify dysfunctional beliefs and behaviors that act as blocks to your growth and happiness. My goal is to leave you with a greater sense of freedom and empowerment to live fuller and richer lives."
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"Please Note: I offer in person sessions, phone sessions and video sessions. It can feel awful to struggle at different times in your life and painful experiences can be hard to manage on your own. You may find yourself going in circles as your mind tries to both heal and protect old hurts. Many of these old hurts can come from early relationship complications as well as later misunderstandings and trauma. These hurt places in you need to be known, untangled and sorted through gently over time, while we also pay attention to the strengths you already have."
(206) 528-2523
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"Please Note: I offer in person sessions, phone sessions and video sessions. It can feel awful to struggle at different times in your life and painful experiences can be hard to manage on your own. You may find yourself going in circles as your mind tries to both heal and protect old hurts. Many of these old hurts can come from early relationship complications as well as later misunderstandings and trauma. These hurt places in you need to be known, untangled and sorted through gently over time, while we also pay attention to the strengths you already have."
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"I enjoy helping couples, families and individuals in working on relationship issues and concerns in a wide variety of areas these may be facing or dealing with. Some of the issues I can help with include depression, anxiety, health and medical problems, grief, loss, transitions, adjustment, self-esteem, troubled/at-risk youth or children, marriage and couple relationship issues, step-families, relationship concerns, sexual issues, teen concerns, child development, sibling and extended family concerns, and more. I work with clients on their issues and help them attain their goals. I focus on strengths, successes, emotions, thoughts and feelings in helping them."
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"I enjoy helping couples, families and individuals in working on relationship issues and concerns in a wide variety of areas these may be facing or dealing with. Some of the issues I can help with include depression, anxiety, health and medical problems, grief, loss, transitions, adjustment, self-esteem, troubled/at-risk youth or children, marriage and couple relationship issues, step-families, relationship concerns, sexual issues, teen concerns, child development, sibling and extended family concerns, and more. I work with clients on their issues and help them attain their goals. I focus on strengths, successes, emotions, thoughts and feelings in helping them."
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"If you are struggling with multiple complex issues and haven't been able to figure out where to start or which end is up, we can work together to figure out how it all connects and what you would like to address . I appreciate the interconnection between physical and mental health issues, relationship struggles and the complications of addictions and habits. At our initial appointment, I will take some basic history, learn more about your current situation and your goals and then introduce the Cognitive Behavior Therapy TEAM model that I utilize to structure treatment. "
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"If you are struggling with multiple complex issues and haven't been able to figure out where to start or which end is up, we can work together to figure out how it all connects and what you would like to address . I appreciate the interconnection between physical and mental health issues, relationship struggles and the complications of addictions and habits. At our initial appointment, I will take some basic history, learn more about your current situation and your goals and then introduce the Cognitive Behavior Therapy TEAM model that I utilize to structure treatment. "
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"My practice provides therapy for individuals looking for support with life's challenges and to explore ways of promoting wellness within. I specialize in working with individuals struggling with a variety of issues, particularly relating to anxiety, relationships, self-esteem, and life transitions. I work to help with the discovery of strengths, goals, and an increased understanding of worth. Through a collaborative therapeutic relationship my goal is to help clients transform into balanced and whole individuals."
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"My practice provides therapy for individuals looking for support with life's challenges and to explore ways of promoting wellness within. I specialize in working with individuals struggling with a variety of issues, particularly relating to anxiety, relationships, self-esteem, and life transitions. I work to help with the discovery of strengths, goals, and an increased understanding of worth. Through a collaborative therapeutic relationship my goal is to help clients transform into balanced and whole individuals."
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"I have a bachelor’s degree in social work from Stockton State University in Pomona NJ and a master’s degree in mental health Counseling from City University in Bellevue WA. I am a Licensed Mental Health Therapist through the WA state Department of Health. I have over 15 years of experience in varied mental health counseling settings I have been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Suicide Assessment and Treatment. "
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"I have a bachelor’s degree in social work from Stockton State University in Pomona NJ and a master’s degree in mental health Counseling from City University in Bellevue WA. I am a Licensed Mental Health Therapist through the WA state Department of Health. I have over 15 years of experience in varied mental health counseling settings I have been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Suicide Assessment and Treatment. "

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