Grief Therapists in Madison Valley, Seattle, WA

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Kristen R Myers
Psychologist, PsyD, DrPH
Verified
) dealing with a variety of painful life experiences including relationship difficulties, emotional distress, trauma (sexual and other), grief and loss , depression, anxiety, addictions, personality disorders, health and body concerns and other issues.
Apologies, practice is full! My practice foundation: each of us naturally moves toward thriving (adjusting to and overcoming all variety of obstacles we encounter in life). Sometimes, we face especially difficult circumstances that seem to delay this process. I focus on guiding and challenging people to identify what is contributing to their current difficulty and the personal and environmental resources available to effectively work through the situation. The therapeutic relationship is key, providing a supportive opportunity for individuals to get clear about change they want to work toward and begin the positive change process.
(909) 474-7702 
Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Not accepting new clients
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Puget Sound Psychotherapy & Psychiatry
Counselor, LMHC, LMFT
Verified
We offer TeleHealth for new and existing clients. We are a boutique group private practice offering counseling and psychiatric services. We have four main areas of expertise: 1) Adult individuals facing a wide variety of difficulties including anxiety and/or depression. 2) We have child, teen, and family therapist experts to assist in parenting difficulties, difficult transitions like divorce, death in the family, school struggles, and or angry teens. 3) We are home to the Seattle Relationship Clinic and specialize in helping people have more satisfying relationships. 4) We provide psychiatric evaluations and medication management.
(206) 855-5920 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Offers online therapy
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Ann De Lancey
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Working together we can help you with what gets you into trouble, being stuck, a loss , difficulties in a relationship, and achieving your goals. If you are a parent, we will work together to reestablish optimal development and family functioning. Therapy works in many ways. It helps us surrender unhelpful ways of protecting ourselves, learn how to be increasingly self-reflective, develop greater capacities to repair ourselves and our relationships, and augment resilience and happiness. I believe that the deepest understanding and change comes from knowing oneself better, becoming increasingly self-reflective, and experiencing oneself differently in the context of a relationship.
(206) 981-5298 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
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Sue Wiedenfeld
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
I see people with depression, anxiety, career issues, identity and/or relationship issues, and those experiencing grief , loss , or illness.
I believe a commitment to therapy is a commitment to oneself. It is very powerful to commit to grow and change in ways that increase a sense of personal satisfaction with one's life. I work with individuals who want to resolve issues of unrest, dissatisfaction or distress that recur in their lives. I believe as clients learn to increase their trust in themselves they can better trust others and better direct their lives.This work involves coming to a better understanding of the influence of past experiences, as well as present influences, and may include exploring deeper spiritual isssues.
(206) 745-0705 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Not accepting new clients
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Susan A Hawkins
Psychologist, JD, PsyD
Verified
This includes life transitions, relationships, depression and anxiety, bereavement , traumatic experiences, body image and eating concerns, cultural and identity issues, and others.
I am a licensed psychologist with 20 years experience providing psychotherapy and consultation. My approach is gentle, respectful and compassionate, including challenge and encouragement as appropriate. I offer short-term and long-term psychotherapy, emphasizing the development of a warm, empathic therapeutic relationship. My treatment approach is integrative and most influenced by psychoanalytic, humanistic and developmental theories. Psychotherapy involves verbalizing your thoughts and feelings, exploring relational and behavioral patterns, and understanding how past experiences may impact you now. The needs and goals of the individual guide my therapeutic approach. My personal style is down-to-earth and interactive, with an occasional dash of humor.
(206) 455-8972 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Offers online therapy
Nancy Hillel
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
I work with individual adults and couples and my areas of expertise are in anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, trauma, grief and loss , employment concerns, stress, and adjustment and identity issues.
I view therapy as a relational and collaborative process between counselor and client(s) that focuses on clients' personal goals and desires for change. I work with clients to understand their current difficulties, thoughts, and feelings as well as look at how their past experiences and relationships impact their current situation. Engaging in therapy has many benefits such as alleviating anxiety and dissatisfaction, learning better coping skills, improving relationships with others, increasing self awareness, and finding greater personal meaning.
(206) 745-0476 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
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Mara Applebaum
Counselor, MA, PhD, LMHC
Verified
I often address depression; general and social anxiety; family relationship struggles; perfectionism, overachievement, control, workaholism; singlehood/couplehood; mother/daughter issues; life transitions (new job/job loss , move, engagement, divorce/breakup, etc.
Psychotherapy is meant to address the roots of mental and emotional struggle, rather than just symptoms. In my practice, we can explore your strengths and challenges, discovering over time what motivates you, what may be contributing to your difficulties, and what helps you thrive. You will have the opportunity to get to know yourself and find ways of living that feel satisfying and fulfilling. My approach is intended to help create more room for your experience and navigate your thoughts and feelings with understanding, compassion, and skill.
(206) 745-0889 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Not accepting new clients
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Alison Ward
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
I provide psychotherapy services to older adolescents and adults seeking help for a variety of emotional and personal difficulties. In addition, my area of expertise is in helping people cope with medical problems such as diabetes, cancer, and chronic pain. I also specialize in working with those dealing with end of life issues as well as grief / bereavement .
(253) 200-9385 
Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Not accepting new clients
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Barbara J Gorham
Counselor, JD, MA, LMHCA
Verified
I work with individuals ages 18 and up, as well as couples and parents. I believe symptoms are a request from the psyche to grow -- whether this manifests as depression, anxiety, or just a feeling that you want more from your life or your relationships. Or you may be experiencing a transition, grief , or loss and need support to navigate this change. Therapy creates a space in which healing and growth can happen. I believe humans have a natural, inherent tendency toward health and self-actualization. We are hard-wired to live good and meaningful lives, but sometimes need support to do so.
(206) 312-6202 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Offers online therapy
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Karin Rogers
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified
***Unfortunately, my practice is currently full**I provide a warm, accepting space for people to explore what matters to them and what’s getting in their way. I help clients learn to feel more comfortable with their emotions, to experiment with different ways of relating to their thoughts and feelings, to cultivate resilience, and to develop the self-trust and self-compassion that will support them along their paths. I have a particular interest in working with young adults, people navigating times of transition or loss , and people struggling to find purpose and meaning in their lives. I welcome anyone who feels I may be a good fit.
(206) 672-1848 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Not accepting new clients
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Christopher John Olsen
Counselor, MS, LMHC
Verified
Some areas that people come to work with me: Relationship difficulties, disabling sadness, depression, grief , shame or self hatred, confusion about major life changes or decisions, disabling fear, chronic health concerns, sexual inhibitions or concerns,work stress, school or academic problems, being, anger concerns,concerns about drug alcohol or drug use.
Let's get started, call me so you can start getting relief from your pain, confusion or fear. I provide psychotherapy and counseling for adults, teens, children and couples. A sign that therapy would be helpful is the presence of recurring pain in relationships, lack of intimacy, loss of friendships, work or career dissatisfaction, shame, physical symptoms or lack of meaning in your life.
(206) 966-4413 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Offers online therapy
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Kelly Mulligan
Counselor, MA, LMHC, MIT
Verified
Whether you are experiencing anxiety, or depression, or struggling with a life transition, therapy can help create more balance and connection. Seeking therapy is a courageous first step towards creating change in one’s life and can help optimize the joyful moments and minimize the challenges. Research shows that counseling can lead to a significant reduction in feelings of distress, improve coping skills, enhance relationships, increase problem solving skills, as well as help you learn to live in the present. My primary goal in treatment is to make you feel heard, seen, understood and that you not feel alone in your struggles.
(206) 309-4137 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Not accepting new clients
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Jonathan Gjerset
Counselor, MA, LMHCA
Verified
***I am not currently taking on new clients. https://pugetpsychotherapy.com/ for available clinicians. I offer therapy for adults and have professional experience with a variety of populations. I bring my heart to our sessions and you can expect an approach that demonstrates dignity, compassion, and genuine care. I approach therapy with respect for the unique experiences of each person. My intention is to help create awareness of yourself and your capabilities, allowing for greater personal freedom. While I rely heavily on training and professional experience, I also believe that each person is the greatest expert about themselves.
(860) 421-6795 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Not accepting new clients
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Changing Stories Counseling
Marriage & Family Therapist, MFA, MA, LMFT
Verified
We are learning that T/trauma is at the root a majority of suffering. With this, the possibility for healing, freedom, growth grows. Seeking support is the most courageous and resilient action you can take. The stigma about "therapy" being for people that are somehow "weak" or "broken" is rapidly falling apart in light of the truth that weakness and brokenness more often stem from the choice to not seek support. The myths and stigmas surrounding healing ("therapy") are rapidly deteriorating as many come to see that a more joyful life is possible.
(206) 535-1958 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
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Edward Mosshart
Counselor, LMHC, CDP
Verified
Consider this an open invitation, to join together in authentic dialogue, to get real. I offer you the confidence of my experience, and the warmth of my compassion, my courage and my strength as an ally. I offer honesty, simplicity and safety. I encourage you to stand tall, and to claim and truly own this life, to direct this journey, to master your particular (or peculiar) style, and to express the beauty of a life that you desire.
(206) 299-1722 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Offers online therapy
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Melissa Stoker
Counselor, MS, LMHC
Verified
I work with adults who come to therapy with a variety of concerns, including but not limited to: depression, anxiety, trauma and PTSD, problems with relationships, sexual trauma, family-of-origin issues, struggles with self-esteem, inhibitions and fears, childhood trauma, phobias, social anxieties, and separation issues. I work with individuals in both short- and long-term therapy, meeting varying frequencies, depending upon the goals of therapy.
(206) 237-5269 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
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Lynn H Cunningham
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MA, PhD, LICSW
Verified
These days, we're all huddling under COVID's shadow of uncertainty. You may be feeling frustrated, overwhelmed, and less tolerant than 'before'. You didn't used to feel so disorganized, disoriented, and discouraged in pre-virus days. Perhaps some symptom you'd forgotten about or pushed aside feels newly offensive. I am a psychoanalytic therapist and my ideal client is ready, curious, persistent, possibly angry, sad, and frightened, but willing to wonder with me about the mind's mysteries and its capacities to tilt, stymie, support, inspire, and surprise you. Is the unconscious friend or foe? Might now be a time to investigate?
(206) 222-2879 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Offers online therapy
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Hillary Locke
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
I have experience providing individual and group psychotherapy in private practice and University settings with adults between the ages of 17-65 since 2004. I have expertise regarding relationship & family dynamics, life transitions & identity, mood & anxiety, and stress & trauma. My approach to counseling is dynamic, collaborative, & Humanistic. I enjoy supporting people to learn new ways to relate through self-awareness and experiential exercises. I work with individuals to reduce symptoms that impact life, work, and relationships and encourage growth by exploring untapped potential and enhancing overall functioning.
(206) 203-3430 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112
Not accepting new clients
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Ash Anthony
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
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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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98134
Not accepting new clients
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Tricia McKay
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
Through a gentle invitation, I ask clients to observe their thoughts and emotions without judgment as they arise and pass, nestling into the session as a place of safety and becoming grounded by the observance of breath. This natural unfolding helps to create spaciousness so that we can begin to navigate through the less than comfortable places within ourselves, looking at them squarely and experiencing them as they are, without repression or indulgence.
(206) 462-4503 
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Madison Valley
Seattle, WA 98112


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Grief Therapists
Grief is the acute pain that accompanies loss. Because it is a reflection of what we love, it can feel all-encompassing. Grief is not limited to the loss of people, but when it follows the loss of a loved one, it may be compounded by feelings of guilt and confusion, especially if the relationship was a difficult one.

If you're looking for a Madison Valley, Seattle grief therapist, these professionals provide grief therapy and counseling in Madison Valley, Seattle.