Buddhist Therapists in Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA

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Photo of Bernie R Hershberger, Psychologist in Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA
Bernie R Hershberger
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Buddhist philosophy teaches that while we cannot prevent an arrow from striking us, we can avoid the reaction of planting a second arrow of judgment and criticism.
I help people develop resources to work more mindfully with impermanence. Aging, illness, death, identity transitions, relationships – all bring us face to face with fear, anxiety, and insecurity. The courage and wisdom to live through change and loss become possible with a clear, steady commitment to loving oneself and others. I work with my clients to become curious, have a sense of humor, feel grace, cultivate friendships, and embody kindness in order to access joy in the everyday moments of life, even with life's many challenges.
(206) 222-9371 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98112
Offers online therapy
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Ash Anthony
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
With a combined 10 years of experience in mindfulness, Jungian Psychology, Transpersonal Psychology, Buddhist meditation practices, yoga and the arts, I will lean into my body of knowledge with empirically researched modalities to best support you.
Are you interested in personal growth, healing trauma, intimacy and attachment to yourself and others, family and ancestral healing, psychedelic support, emotional regulation, creative flow states, burnout or identity integration? Therapy can help! I create a sex positive, judgement free, trauma-informed, affirming space for anyone in need of support on their life journey for however long is needed. I balance holistic practices informed by Mindfulness, Somatic Therapy, Metaphysics, and modern empirical modalities like Narrative Therapy, Expressive Arts, Neuroscience, EMDR and CPT. My approach is warm, humorous, gentle and direct.
(206) 472-1461 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98112
Not accepting new clients
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Kyle Forrest
Counselor, PhD, LMHC
Verified
My practice combines Gestalt psychotherapy, expertise in attachment, and over ten years as a practicing Buddhist .
Is there something holding you back from the life you want? Do you feel stuck or overwhelmed by changes you would like to make but find yourself repeating old patterns? Working with the body and the mind, clients are supported in exploring and bringing awareness to habits that are no longer working, accessing their natural curiosity, loosening stuck, scary, or confusing places, and reconnecting to their creativity, resilience, and well being.
(206) 408-2615 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98102
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Denise Wallace
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
Contemplative psychotherapy is the bringing together of the best of Western psychology with traditional Buddhist philosophies to create a space for inner healing and self-empowerment.
Are you ready to overcome the belief that something is wrong with you? Do you struggle with: low self-esteem, dis-empowerment, creating healthy relationships, setting boundaries, self-compassion, or self-care? These issues are common in our society today- there is a collective belief that somehow, no matter what we do, we are intrinsically flawed or broken. We have traded the sacred truth of our own experience for self-aggression, self-judgment, and self-loathing, and we feel miserable.
(720) 515-2966 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98102
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Katherine Lacette
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC , LMHC
Verified
I love working with individuals who recognize the need for healing and growth. I appreciate the moments when we are wanting to gain self-awareness, improve our relationships, and feel motivated to become more engaged in life. If you are not quite ready to heal, I enjoy helping you create a safe space in which to start. I enjoy getting to learn about what makes up the incredible Being that you already are, and most of all I love getting to work with you as you move towards your greatest potential.
(970) 432-0425 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98102
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Claudelle R Glasgow, PsyD, PLLC
Psychologist, PsyD, SEP
Verified
I center my work with Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) persons at their intersections, most often LGBTQA+, artists, activists, deep seekers, and other healers. Many have a strong spiritual connection to their current obstacles and are willing to integrate that into their treatment. Presenting concerns range from racial trauma to life transitions, grief to identity. There is an understanding that what is presenting is not a problem, where the goal is creating more space around struggles, creating more options, finding a different perspective, and Being more fully.
(312) 854-2081 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98102
Offers online therapy
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David C. Herzog
Psychologist, PsyD, MFA
Verified
During our lives, we encounter experiences that can move us away from a direct connection to ourselves. Influences from family, friends, peers, jobs, and the greater culture can affect how we view and express ourselves. We can become conditioned to thinking, feeling and behaving in a way that is incompatible with who we really are and what we want in our lives. This compromises our ability to value our unique identity and to express and apply ourselves, and our strengths. I will help you to identify, understand and remove barriers that are keeping you from realizing your fullest potential.
(206) 565-0187 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98112
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Bronwyn Wrobel
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LMHC
Verified
I create a safe, judgement-free space for you to confront self-limiting beliefs and problematic behaviors. You will develop the awareness, skills and resources to heal and create the life you want. I specialize in anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, self-esteem issues and trauma. I utilize CBT, Mindfulness, Narrative therapy and Hypnotherapy techniques to help you navigate and overcome your challenges.
(310) 905-8625 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98102
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Tenzin C Tsorpon
Counselor, MA, LMHCA, JD
Verified
The work we do is collaborative; it requires us both to be present and fully committed to your journey. My clients are honest about their strengths, virtues, successes and growth areas; curious about their emotions, triggers, and patterns; and committed to designing their lives life in a meaningful way. I am honored to walk with them on this path.
(206) 207-3835 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98112
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Marika Kyrimis
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
[I am not accepting new clients at this time]. My practice specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety and mood disorders. I provide individual treatment for adults and late adolescents. My goal is to provide individualized, compassionate, effective, evidence-based treatment for individuals with anxiety and mood disorders. My approach has its grounding in CBT but when appropriate I also use mindfulness techniques, components of Acceptance and Commitment therapy (ACT), and Schema Therapy to enhance the treatment and support the client's movement toward accomplishing treatment goals.
(206) 207-4689 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98122
Not accepting new clients
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Kaitlyn Sheridan
Counselor, MA, LMHC, MHP
Verified
We live in an absurd world, running into expected narratives about how life should be and how we should feel and think. These experiences can lead to suffering: overwhelm, feelings of isolation, meaninglessness, and permanence, leaving us feeling broken. We cannot change our experiences, but we can change our relationship with those experiences, what they mean, and how we approach them. I have extensive experience working with children and adolescents, identity difficulties, motherhood, spiritual and existential concerns, suicidal thoughts and feelings, LGBTQIA+ challenges, domestic violence, neurodiversity, and behavioral concerns
(206) 208-2314 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98112
Not accepting new clients
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Carissa Singh
MA, LMHCA
Verified
I hold a deep regard and compassion for each individual and the ways they have learned to survive. I view therapy as a collaborative journey towards integration of self and expansion of the potentials already inherent in you. In line with this, I aim for our work together to be as liberatory as possible. I see you as the expert of your own story and as holding the potential for your own healing. In our time together we can work to uncover what gets in the way of your inherent ability to flourish, be it internal, relational or rooted in the social environment in which we exist.
(425) 414-3186 
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Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98102
Not accepting new clients
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Sal Barba
Counselor, PhD, BCN
Verified
Although I specialize in Biofeedback, my emphasis is on the interaction of our relationship. What is it that brings you to search for a skilled professional to be present to your inquiry, an inquiry perhaps ignited by an ineffable experience, invoking you to reshape your life, or perhaps an inner call to open deeper connectivity and understanding beyond the multitude of daily cyber interactions? What do you require most to navigate your life through the labyrinth of work, relationships and community? I am available to explore your questions with you, and to support you to awaken to your own potential.
(360) 464-1297 
Office is near:
Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98102
Offers online therapy
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Derek Terran
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
It’s so easy to get trapped into patterns. Patterns of behavior, patterns of relating to others, or seeing the world, can be just tolerable enough to assist us in going about our daily lives. Numbing out the pain, irritation or boredom - pushing it just out of sight as we get through our work days, or ignore the discomfort in our relationships - can become second nature. Sometimes we don’t even know what it is we’re distracting ourselves from. Other times it’s all too painfully obvious.
(206) 900-9572 
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Office is near:
Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98102
Not accepting new clients
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Mark F. Barone
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
I can help you come back to your core; to your true and divine self. The truth and the future are that connection with and expression of the imagination, consciousness, and authentic energy with which one is born are key to living in a positive and effective way, as well as with a state of wholeness, health, wealth, joy, and enlightenment.
(206) 489-3197 
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Office is near:
Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98102
Offers online therapy
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Amaris Espinosa
Counselor, MA, LMHC, ATR, PsyD
Verified
My practice is currently full. Please reach out if you would like to be added to a waitlist.
(970) 458-7287 
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Office is near:
Capitol Hill
Seattle, WA 98102
Offers online therapy
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