Asperger's Syndrome Therapists in Seattle, WA

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Jill Jacobson
Psychologist, PhD, MBA
My specialties include anxiety, Asperger's Syndrome , complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
My practice is exclusively an online practice as a life consultant. This allows you as a client to schedule as needed sessions while saving you time and freeing you from the aggravation of driving and parking. It allows you the ability to maintain contact while traveling. It offers confidentiality in terms of not being observed engaging a mental health practitioner. Sessions are held on Skype or FaceTime. My approach to therapy is proactive utilizing an integrative modality. The therapy environment is warm, caring, supportive, and solution focused..
(206) 535-1614
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Seattle, WA 98101
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Evolve Vocational Services LLC
Counselor, MS, CRC, LCADC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
We specialize in Neurodiverse conditions (Autism, Asperger's syndrome , dyslexia, ADHD, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and Anxiety, Depression, PTSD, TBI other non-visible conditions, etc.
Are you managing a non-apparent disability (conditions that are not obvious to the on looker) and experiencing any of the following at work: Maintaining work expectations, productivity and meeting deadline? Struggling with executive functioning issues, such as focus & attention, organization & prioritization. Dealing with work stress that is impacting your personal life. Are you at risk of been placed on a performance improvement plan (PIP)or already placed on one and struggling to get off it? Are you neurodivergent and struggling with people understanding you and how you work? Are you exploring career change?
(702) 623-9349
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Seattle, WA 98109
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Megan Ann Connell
Psychologist, PsyD, ABPP
Verified
Verified
You did it. You got to the big goalpost of your life, but now what? The happiness that you always thought would be there isn’t. Life is continuing, there are bills, family demands, and word. This isn’t what you thought success would be. You really don’t know what the next step is. Sometimes in life achieving a goal can be one of the more defeating experiences we have as we did what we set out to do, yet we do not get the transformation we were hoping for. We ‘should’ be happy, but we are not. You might be riddled with worries about if you have done enough, if your family will be okay, or if you followed the right path
(206) 458-7802 x200
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Seattle, WA 98134
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Andrew J Gwinn
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
As a licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LH61170692), I work with adult and adolescent clients 11+ to identify and create positive life changes. My approach to counseling is brief, strength-based, and solution-focused, my style, active, collaborative, and client-centered. Founded on the principles of positive psychology, my strength-based, solution-focused counseling model consists of three phases: (1) Clarification of the problem the client wants to resolve; (2) Identification of the solution to the client’s problem; and (3) implementation of solution-strategies to create positive changes.
(360) 842-0857
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Seattle, WA 98109
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Lark Huang-Storms
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
I am a clinical psychologist who specializes in diagnostic assessment of autism across the lifespan (including presentation in adult women). I provide evaluations for clients who wonder about possible autism for themselves or their children. I also have a small therapy practice where I focus on mental health and wellness with clients who are autistic or whose lives are shaped by autism (including Asperger’s Syndrome). Over the past decades, I directed Autism Centers at UT Southwestern Medical Center and Oregon Health & Science University where I engaged in research, training and clinical care.
(206) 279-6922
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Seattle, WA 98103
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Andrew Syvertsen
Counselor, LMHC, BCBA
Verified
Verified
I provide therapeutic services for adults, adolescents and children. I incorporate aspects of applied behavior analysis, cognitive behavioral therapy, psycho-education, and family systems theories. I work with a broad spectrum of people with diverse neurological makeup including but not limited to those diagnosed with developmental disabilities, ADHD, Autism, Depression and Anxiety.
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Seattle, WA 98102
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Laura May Bruco
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSWAIC
Verified
Verified
You are an adult at a crossroads in your life and are looking for more intensive therapy than is available seeing a therapist once a week or less. You have experienced mis-attunements and/or trauma in your early life and have struggled to untangle the coping mechanisms that no longer work for you. Perhaps you don't know yourself or even know how to know yourself. Perhaps you just keep ending up in relationships that repeat past patterns no matter how hard you try not to. The idea of spending years in weekly therapy to get anywhere feels like too little. You need a therapist who gets it and has been through it themselves.
(206) 705-3101
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Seattle, WA 98115
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Liliana Sacarin
Psychologist, Psy D
Verified
Verified
Dr. Liliana Sacarin is a licensed clinical psychologist, expert clinician & researcher in auditory processing & Listening Training/Systems: Tomatis-Effect, iLS, TLP, LifT, SSP. Trained in the Tomatis Method with Dr. Tomatis her experience in the field amounts to 24 y. Her in-depth assessment: sensory integration, language, attention, cognitive/emotional abilities, informs which auditory technique is most appropriate for each individual. She uniquely integrates Tomatis-Effect Listening with child, parent & adult counseling facilitating learning, expanding potential in children & adults. Other treatments: qEEG swLORETA Neurofeedback.
(206) 866-6314
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Seattle, WA 98105
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Sabrina Rood
EdD
I welcome adult clients who are seeking support and encouragement as they face life's challenges. I offer each client a hopeful, positive, and respectful therapeutic relationship. I am skilled and experienced at diagnostic assessment and supportive narrative therapy for adults with high-functioning autism or Asperger's. I see both individuals and couples and I am happy to welcome those clients who want to explore spirituality within our work. I am experienced in counseling GLBTQ clients and clients who identify as poly or kink. I enjoy working with adults with autism, bereaved parents, and artists, musicians, and writers.
(206) 866-2984
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Seattle, WA 98119
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Grant L Martin
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I have a specialty in the area of special needs of children and adolescents. This includes the identification and treatment of Attention Deficit Disorder, learning problems, anxiety and depression in children and adolescence. I have worked with over 10,000 children in my career, and have an extensive background in behavior problems, parent-child relationships, and family violence issues, including child sexual abuse. My personal Christian beliefs and values influence my perspective. At the same time, the beliefs and values of my clients are treated with respect. The therapeutic process should be characterized by openness and a collaborative attitude on both of our parts.
(425) 336-3398
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Seattle, WA 98155
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Caitlin Draper Mattelin
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, ACAS
Verified
4 Endorsed
Verified
4 Endorsed
Hello! I'm Caitlin and I'm here to help. I am a licensed clinical therapist with a focus in treating anxiety disorders, depression, autism spectrum disorder, maternal mental health, and healthcare professionals.
(844) 990-2972
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Seattle, WA 98101
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Karl Reichert
Counselor, LMHC
Verified
Verified
Do you constantly feel like you’re slightly out of sync with most people? Maybe you frequently take things too literally. Maybe you constantly make movie reference quotes, but no one ever knows what you’re talking about. You shut down when you’re overwhelmed and you’ve been told that means you have depression—but you aren’t quite sure that’s right. One minute you’re in control of your emotions, and the next minute you’re lashing out at others. You don’t understand why you’re so overwhelmed this time, when you have previously handled situations like this with ease? Do you find yourself often anxious and avoidant of people and places?
(360) 448-1417
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Seattle, WA 98112
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Tyler McFarland
Counselor, MS, LMHC
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
Whether you are struggling with anxiety or having behavioral problems I am here to help. My goal as a therapist is to provide my clients with opportunities for learning and growth in order to help them discover at their core the things that are holding them back from truly becoming who they want to be.
(360) 843-2967
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Seattle, WA 98105
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Patty Laushman, Thrive Autism Coaching
MA, CAS
1 Endorsed
1 Endorsed
I understand the impact of being neurodivergent (autistic, ASD, PDA, ADHD, gifted, 2e, dyslexic, dysgraphic, dyscalculic) in a world built for neurotypicals. Because the world is not designed for neurodivergent people, daily life is often more difficult due to neurological differences that impact communication, executive functioning, sensory regulation, and learning.
(720) 513-7353
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Seattle, WA 98101
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Karyn Andriesen
Counselor
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Sometimes in life we all need a “companion on the journey,” someone to partner with us and help make sense of our experience, ease our pain, and support our goals. As a therapist, I am committed to providing a safe environment where individuals can identify their strengths, recognize unhelpful patterns, and live into their goals. Working from an integrative, client-centered approach, I seek to support individuals wherever they are on their journey and my approach is holistic, collaborative, and non-judgmental. I value cultural humility and look forward to working with people of all backgrounds, identities, and walks of life.
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Seattle, WA 98125
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Megan Wiebelhaus
Counselor, LMHCA
Verified
Verified
I work with teens and adults who identify as quirky/nerdy, highly-intelligent, introverted, highly-sensitive, or as having ADHD or Autism (or some combination of these). Those with these traits often share something: a sense of outsider-ship, of not quite belonging. This can lead to loneliness, shame, isolation, depressions, self-loathing--all that fun stuff.  I, myself, have 3 or 4 of the above traits, AND was homeschooled on top of it, so my own sense of outsider-ship was crowned with awkward homeschooler social skills :) Working, both on self-acceptance, and feeling like I belong, is something I enjoy sharing with my clients.
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Seattle, WA 98115
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Kelsi Davis
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSWA
Verified
Verified
My role is to be a lighthouse. I am here to help you through the storm. Lighthouses do not judge why the storm is happening, instead, they are a beacon to help find the way through the roaring waves. I can’t steer the boat for you, but I can shine some light. Healing through therapy is one of collaboration, communication, and trust. Healing is an individual process, and it is not a linear one. A hard day does not mean failure. My hope is together, and we can discover tools that help the hard days have less of an impact. I believe you are the expert in your own story.
(206) 759-2055
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Seattle, WA 98103
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Marilyn T McCUNE
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
Verified
Marilyn McCune, MA, LMHC, Ph.D. Candidate, is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor providing psychotherapy services to preteens, adolescents, and adults. I currently have openings for telehealth only for adult clients that can do morning sessions 9am til Noon. Marilyn McCune holds Masters degrees in Cognitive Science from University College Dublin, Ireland, and Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University, Santa Barbara, CA, and she is a Ph.D. Candidate (2022) in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in neuropsychology at Fielding Graduate University.
(206) 889-5562
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Seattle, WA 98107
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Alexandria Scalone
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, LMFTA
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
I am a play therapist who specializes in child and parent/caregiver relationships. You or your child may be experiencing BIG feelings, a life transition, and/or parenting struggles. I have experience working with disabilities, trauma, and life transitions. I am silly and utilize metaphors and toys through play as a means of communication. My therapy sessions are often experiential—I believe that play, art, music, and movement are natural forms of self-expression for children and youth. I am a neurodivergent and LBGTQIA+ affirming therapist.
(425) 517-2647
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Seattle, WA 98109
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Nancy E Cohen
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
I can help you feel happier & less stressed, improve your relationships, and manage your health issues. If your child, teen, or young adult struggles, I can help them thrive at home, school, & work. I offer individual, family, and group parenting therapy. I've provided psychotherapy for 20 years, and trained at the UW (internship), UC Berkeley (PhD & MA), & Harvard (BA). I'm interactive, practical, and will tailor my approach to you. We'll sort issues, identify priorities, make plans, and achieve goals. I'll teach you effective, evidence-based tools that you can use to live with more ease and success.
(206) 329-1230
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Seattle, WA 98102
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