Therapists in Seattle, WA

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Photo of Sean Michael Carvey, Marriage & Family Therapist in Seattle, WA
Sean Michael Carvey
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
I strive to bring my own sense of authenticity to every session as I believe that therapy at its core is successful due to the relationship between clinician and client. As your therapist I will promise to be consistently present, challenge you gently but firmly when you need me to, and to empathetically and truly care about what you have to say. I have thirteen years of experience in the mental health field addressing issues ranging from depression and anxiety to substance use to feelings around gender and sexuality. I work with individuals and families but also have a strong passion in working with couples and relationships.
(206) 207-8215 
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Seattle, WA 98122
Offers online therapy
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Casey C. Stevens
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, MCC, CCHT
Verified
Clients who feel at home in my practice are seekers, empaths, gifted & successful types ready & willing to create lasting radical change. You crave meaning, fulfillment, integrated awareness & true intimacy with Self. You consistently move towards regulation & safety in relational frameworks through Conscious connection. You value holistic & traditional psychologies. You embody your light & shadow aspects. You believe the science of change, organization & healing requires repair on ALL layers & multiple psycho-spiritual methodologies. Women, Men & Couples struggling, stuck or lost, internally or in relationship, are core clients.
(206) 922-4516 
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Seattle, WA 98112
Offers online therapy
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Vanessa Finley
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified
I am here to be your guide so you can embody a greater sense of connection, confidence, and ease within yourself and your relationships. I help those struggling to navigate life transitions, relationships and codependency issues, challenged by anxiety, processing grief/loss, and dealing with the impacts of trauma. We are all trying to find solutions to our problems, however sometimes those solutions have just created more problems. Therapy is great tool to help us understand those patterns, try a different approach, and rewire ourselves for sustained growth and change.
(206) 741-0369 
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Seattle, WA 98107
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Mark Conley
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, LCSW
Verified
My approach to therapy is client centered utilizing evidence based therapies and customizing treatment to the client.
(206) 558-0238 
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Seattle, WA 98109
Offers online therapy
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Loretta Juarez-Wagner
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW, CSW-G
Verified
Thank you for putting yourself first and taking the time to find a therapist that will help you be the person you desire to be. I have over 30 years of experience working with individuals and groups struggling with depression, anxiety, grief and loss. I am here to listen and support you through life transitions, and guide you to achieve your full potential. I am client centered in my approach offering compassion, safety, and personal skill building.
(206) 278-3278 
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Seattle, WA 98108
Offers online therapy
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Julea Gardener
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified
Making a good connection with you, making sure you feel heard, understood, and validated: these are the foundation of a good therapeutic relationship. Having the experience of being deeply listened to helps turn down the noise, so you can hear what the Quakers call “the still small voice” within yourself. This experience is all some people need to start making progress in their lives. People who have worked with me have said, "I know myself better now" and "I'm on my side now."
(206) 278-7278 
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Seattle, WA 98126
Not accepting new clients
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Rebecca G Stoller
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
I like to work with people who are ready to get freedom from their suffering. The suffering can be coming from old traumas that are getting acted out in one's current life, or from situations that are occurring in the here and now. I want to help people who feel stuck and want to gain insight and tools to deal with the stress in their lives.
(206) 258-8997 
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Seattle, WA 98105
Not accepting new clients
Photo of Sara Laurino, Clinical Social Work/Therapist in Seattle, WA
Sara Laurino
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSWA
Verified
As a trained clinical social worker, I focus on you as a whole person. My practice is deeply rooted in mindfulness, social justice and anti-oppression. I practice from a client centered and trauma informed perspective. All of the work that I do is rooted in kindness... I am so glad that you are here! I am passionate about Intergenerational family healing: both family of choice and biological families. I work with clients who are living with anxiety, depression, and trauma survivors. My specialty areas of focus include: life transitions, self-esteem, family conflict, grief, relationship issues and spirituality.  I am LGBTQI+ allied.
(206) 339-4164 
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Seattle, WA 98136
Offers online therapy
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John A DeBerry
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
As a licensed psychologist providing therapy to individual adults, 18 years and older, I work from a primarily person-centered, humanistic, and interpersonal orientation in psychotherapy. I focus on clients’ unique strengths, helping them to develop skills that can remove obstacles in their lives. Together, we work through a variety of issues, including depression, excessive worry, social anxiety, interpersonal difficulties, family issues, educational stress, grief, and identity issues.
(206) 880-0977 
Seattle, WA 98103
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Zakia Ovington
Counselor, MACP, MS, BS
Verified
I believe that therapy is a collaborative process of curiosity, healing, and change. Through a client-centered, trauma-informed approach, I support clients on their mental health journey through empathic understanding, empowerment, and a belief in their ability to evolve and heal. I value cultural humility, suspension of judgment, meeting clients where they are, and respecting diverse experiences and points of view. My approach to counseling integrates evidence-based techniques, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Existential Psychotherapy, Bowenian, Internal Family Systems, and Attachment.
(206) 208-2924 
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Seattle, WA 98107
Offers online therapy
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Benjamin Deu
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
I have extensive experience counseling individuals and couples who are dealing with a wide variety of concerns, including relational issues, communication difficulties, and painful wounds related to trauma and abuse. I work with my clients on a relational level, seeking to uncover the ways in which particular circumstances and situations affect the whole person-mind, body, and soul. Together we will explore the reasons why you find yourself facing repeated undesirable challenges, and how to overcome them with new and better solutions. I will cater my approach to your needs in order to guide you toward lasting, positive change.
(425) 954-7840 
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Seattle, WA 98115
Not accepting new clients
Photo of Michiko Kono, Clinical Social Work/Therapist in Seattle, WA
Michiko Kono
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified
** My practice is currently closed to new clients.** I work with individual adults providing psychotherapy. My practice is focused on those with worries, fear, low energy, sadness, irritability, a lack of confidence, as well as parenting, relationship, and medical issues. As you consider therapy, you may feel overwhelmed or uncertain. I offer a compassionate, caring, and respectful relationship. In the safety of this relationship, we will explore the changes you would like to make and I will assist you in making them happen.
(206) 823-1274 
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Seattle, WA 98105
Not accepting new clients
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Lindsay McCue
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MS, LMFTA
Verified
I believe the most successful outcomes require a good fit between the client and the therapist, and I strive to work collaboratively with clients to help them live a more satisfying and fulfilling life. I understand that every problem is unique, and I enjoy working with complex feelings and situations, making sense of them, and working through them alongside my clients. I recognize that each situation is unique, and therefore approach my work using a client-centered, strengths-based model. I occasionally assign homework and guide activities in session, and make it a point to check in regarding the progress of treatment.
(425) 217-1680 
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Seattle, WA 98104
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Chaparrelle Mogavero-Cline
MA, MEd, LMHCA
Verified
The biggest takeaway from working together will be that you feel supported, seen and excited to grow. Your sessions will be a joyful experience and a safe space where we collaborate to determine and achieve your goals. I want to help you find your unique path to happiness and a life full of color. Sessions are supportive while also challenging you to truly create change and at times be open to getting uncomfortable so you can grow and live the life you want.
(206) 984-2683 
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Seattle, WA 98109
Offers online therapy
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Stephanie Jordan Mrakovich
Counselor, LMHC, MACP
Verified
I believe that within each of us there lies uncharted terrain, eagerly waiting to be explored. Therapy can be a great tool to explore those domains. My primary therapeutic approach is Relational Psychodynamic Psychotherapy which means building an authentic therapeutic bond, exploring relational themes from childhood, and dynamics in the present moment are key components to my therapeutic work. Within this modality I integrate experiential components such as art, music, visualizations, mindfulness/meditation, movement and more. I believe that approaching therapy in these ways can offer a more embodied, formative experience.
(206) 202-8164 
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Seattle, WA 98103
Offers online therapy
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Simran K Manhas
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MS, LMHCA, LMFTA
Verified
I work with individuals and couples/families that are finding that what they are processing in their lives are no longer serving them. Whether it be for recent life transitions, anxiety, PTSD, or depression; whatever path or experiences you have provides the right tools and solutions for what you want to do next in life. Part of my role is to shed light on what is working, what is not working. Together, what you share and express with me is part of identifying what solution(s) may be best for you and how to align those solutions by integrating them into your lifestyle.
(206) 278-3755 
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Seattle, WA 98101
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
Photo of Molly McGrew, Marriage & Family Therapist Associate in Seattle, WA
Molly McGrew
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFTA
Verified
I work with a wide array of mental health concerns. Including, ADHD, self-harm, defiance, OCD, suicidality, self-harm, emotion regulation, depression, and anxiety. The majority of my career has been spent working in an emergency department and inpatient hospital setting. As an outpatient therapist, I combine these skills with additional therapeutic interventions to complete your treatment goals.
(206) 594-3810 
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Seattle, WA 98103
Offers online therapy
Frances M Parks
Psychologist
Verified
My practice includes work with persons experiencing life transitions, issues of aging, coping with chronic illness, spiritual issues, and grief and loss. This work assumes the importance of exploring and understanding the influence of unconscious dynamics which may include work with dreams and creative productions such as art and writing. My training as a clinical psychologist has prepared me to work with a wide range mental health issues; training as a Jungian analyst adds the dimension of work with unconscius material. I also provide supervision for therapists who wish to deepen their understanding in Jungian psychology.
(206) 745-4797 
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Seattle, WA 98106
Not accepting new clients
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Kelly L Ross
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
Healing occurs in our bodies, in the present moment. As a licensed mental health counselor, nationally certified Sex Therapist, and Hakomi Practitioner, I have a unique, multidisciplinary approach to psychotherapy and the healing practice of mental health. I use a mindfulness based, body-centered psychotherapy to guide you through the process of self discovery and healing. I work with adults struggling with depression & anxiety, as well as sexual health and recovery issues. My practice of psychotherapy supports compassion toward oneself and empathy for others by shifting from stuck patterns & beliefs to an expanded sense of our true essence as human beings of joy and pleasure.
(425) 243-0579 
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Seattle, WA 98146
Offers online therapy
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Liz Coleclough | Trauma Therapy
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LICSW
Verified
Trauma touches every aspect of our lives. Whether you’ve experienced domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, or another form of violence, you may see its impact in multiple areas: a sense of being always “on” or hyper-alert; challenges in relationships and the ability to trust or open up to others; feelings of guilt, shame, or self-blame. You have done everything you know to do to move through these things on your own. You might feel like you’ve made some progress or like you’re still stuck. Either way, you’re ready to gain new insight into yourself and your experiences in order to heal, repair, and move forward.
(206) 590-7343 
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Seattle, WA 98105
Not accepting new clients


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What type of mental health professional is right for me?
Some of the most common types of mental health providers in Seattle are psychologists, licensed counselors, therapists, psychotherapists, and licensed clinical social workers, all of whom diagnose mental health conditions and provide individualized treatment.

Services offered, education and credentials vary by type of mental health professional. Each professional in Seattle then may specialize in certain areas, such as depression, marriage counseling, or anxiety. Although many mental health providers are not licensed to prescribe medication, they may coordinate with a provider who can.

Both in-person and online therapy sessions are available from most psychologists.

How to find a specialist?
You can refine your search using the filters on this page. There are several categories you can filter by to find mental health professionals with the experience you are looking for. You may want to filter for CBT Psychologists in Seattle, or Child Psychologists in Seattle.

Many find it useful to use filters to view only psychologists that have experience working with certain issues, like Seattle psychologists specializing in EMDR.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no 'right way.’ Each method of therapy can be beneficial for a variety of issues. Psychologists in Seattle specialize in therapeutic approaches such as CBT, EMDR, and Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), among others. Finding a psychologist or therapist who is a good fit for you is the most important step to discovering what type of therapy, or combination of therapeutic approaches, will meet your individual needs. Learn what to expect from different types of therapy and how they work.

How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.