Family Therapy in Seattle, WA

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Sarah Odell
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MHP
Verified Verified
Seattle, WA 98126  (Online Only)
My direct approach utilizes evidenced based therapeutic interventions involving cognitive, behavioral & solutions focused therapy, family & contextual dynamics, mindfulness techniques & humor.
The decision to pursue therapy is a courageous one, and finding the right therapist can feel daunting but it is possible. I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in WA with 15+ years serving clients who are ready to navigate significant life changes, heal from trauma, overcome anxiety, & manage ongoing stress while still pursuing bold dreams and goals. I'm passionate about helping clients live their most fulfilling & integrated life possible, even if it means taking big risks and making hard changes. You and your loved ones are capable of living a fulfilling & joyful life and I would be honored to support you in that journey.
My direct approach utilizes evidenced based therapeutic interventions involving cognitive, behavioral & solutions focused therapy, family & contextual dynamics, mindfulness techniques & humor.
The decision to pursue therapy is a courageous one, and finding the right therapist can feel daunting but it is possible. I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in WA with 15+ years serving clients who are ready to navigate significant life changes, heal from trauma, overcome anxiety, & manage ongoing stress while still pursuing bold dreams and goals. I'm passionate about helping clients live their most fulfilling & integrated life possible, even if it means taking big risks and making hard changes. You and your loved ones are capable of living a fulfilling & joyful life and I would be honored to support you in that journey.
(206) 737-2822 View (206) 737-2822
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Amanda Leigh Watson
Counselor, MA, LMHCA
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Seattle, WA 98102
As a member of a neurodivergent family, I understand how difficult it can be to find providers who are knowledgeable and/or willing to work with neurodivergent clients in typical mental health settings, and on the things that are important to them, rather than on what society dictates. I am also a queer and gender non-conforming woman, and aim to provide a space that is affirming of all genders and sexualities. In all cases, my goal is to provide the kind of knowledgeable, validating care I wish my family and myself could have had available when we needed it most.
As a member of a neurodivergent family, I understand how difficult it can be to find providers who are knowledgeable and/or willing to work with neurodivergent clients in typical mental health settings, and on the things that are important to them, rather than on what society dictates. I am also a queer and gender non-conforming woman, and aim to provide a space that is affirming of all genders and sexualities. In all cases, my goal is to provide the kind of knowledgeable, validating care I wish my family and myself could have had available when we needed it most.
(425) 510-5424 View (425) 510-5424
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Chantel Ames
Counselor, MA, LMCHA
Verified Verified
3 Endorsed
Seattle, WA 98103
For those who haven't responded to traditional methods, ketamine-assisted psychotherapy, along with EMDR intensive offer a path to healing and well-being. In the freedom of an inward journey, absent the emotional constraints of ordinary mind, we are better able to explore deep-rooted emotions, memories, and thought patterns. By blending evidence-based therapies like EMDR and Internal Family Systems (IFS) with ketamine's psychedelic and pharmacological properties, we can gently dissolve emotional barriers to invite new insights, perspective shifts and catalyze healthier ways of being.
For those who haven't responded to traditional methods, ketamine-assisted psychotherapy, along with EMDR intensive offer a path to healing and well-being. In the freedom of an inward journey, absent the emotional constraints of ordinary mind, we are better able to explore deep-rooted emotions, memories, and thought patterns. By blending evidence-based therapies like EMDR and Internal Family Systems (IFS) with ketamine's psychedelic and pharmacological properties, we can gently dissolve emotional barriers to invite new insights, perspective shifts and catalyze healthier ways of being.
(206) 483-1907 View (206) 483-1907
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Daniel Horensky @ Bene Therapy, PLLC
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSWAIC
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Seattle, WA 98112
It's never easy to find a therapist and if you were like me and grew up in a family that discouraged therapy or talking about mental health in general, it can be especially intimidating to even look for a therapist.  By looking into therapy, you have taken an important step towards living the life that you want. I find that the counseling relationship is most effective when it is highly collaborative and specific to the person. I will work with you to find areas of struggle in your life, identify patterns that have been present in your past, and work towards the goals you have for yourself present day.
It's never easy to find a therapist and if you were like me and grew up in a family that discouraged therapy or talking about mental health in general, it can be especially intimidating to even look for a therapist.  By looking into therapy, you have taken an important step towards living the life that you want. I find that the counseling relationship is most effective when it is highly collaborative and specific to the person. I will work with you to find areas of struggle in your life, identify patterns that have been present in your past, and work towards the goals you have for yourself present day.
(206) 589-5459 View (206) 589-5459
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Maki Park
Counselor, LMHCA
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Seattle, WA 98108
Society, family, culture, and other systems often send us mixed messages about how we should move in the world, creating dissonance and internal conflict. At times, we may lose sight of what we want for ourselves in the midst of competing voices and priorities that pull for our attention. I strive to create a safe space and work collaboratively with clients to step into the driver’s seat in discovering and reaching their own goals. Through shared exploration, we can clarify your understanding of yourself, your identity, and your story, and foster greater self-compassion and confidence to carry you through life's challenges.
Society, family, culture, and other systems often send us mixed messages about how we should move in the world, creating dissonance and internal conflict. At times, we may lose sight of what we want for ourselves in the midst of competing voices and priorities that pull for our attention. I strive to create a safe space and work collaboratively with clients to step into the driver’s seat in discovering and reaching their own goals. Through shared exploration, we can clarify your understanding of yourself, your identity, and your story, and foster greater self-compassion and confidence to carry you through life's challenges.
(206) 594-4269 View (206) 594-4269
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Hillary Locke
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified Verified
Seattle, WA 98112  (Online Only)
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.
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 View (206) 203-3430
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Andi Eberhardt
Counselor, MS, LMHCA
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Seattle, WA 98116  (Online Only)
I currently hold a Washington State Associate License in Mental Health Counseling after receiving my Master’s in Counseling from Central Washington University. Prior to this I received a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Western Washington University. My primary work in therapy has been with children and teens, though I have also spent a great deal of time working with adults of all ages in individual and couples counseling. My main areas of focus include adjustment issues/life transitions, mood and anxiety disorders, behavioral issues, attachment issues, family issues, identity issues, family trauma, parenting, and mindfulness.
I currently hold a Washington State Associate License in Mental Health Counseling after receiving my Master’s in Counseling from Central Washington University. Prior to this I received a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Western Washington University. My primary work in therapy has been with children and teens, though I have also spent a great deal of time working with adults of all ages in individual and couples counseling. My main areas of focus include adjustment issues/life transitions, mood and anxiety disorders, behavioral issues, attachment issues, family issues, identity issues, family trauma, parenting, and mindfulness.
(206) 222-6603 View (206) 222-6603
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Angelina (Yuqian) Li
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Seattle, WA 98118
I consider how your family, community and nation of origin have shaped you overtime.
Our bodies and psyche can hold unconscious patterns. You might find yourself in dilemmas where you are overachieving but still believe you aren’t good enough. You might feel “other” or invisible even when you authentically share yourself. You might feel overwhelmed but not know how to talk about it or believe that no one will listen. While each person is unique, therapy can be a space to untangle some of what's out of awareness and deeply rooted, in a way that lasts.
I consider how your family, community and nation of origin have shaped you overtime.
Our bodies and psyche can hold unconscious patterns. You might find yourself in dilemmas where you are overachieving but still believe you aren’t good enough. You might feel “other” or invisible even when you authentically share yourself. You might feel overwhelmed but not know how to talk about it or believe that no one will listen. While each person is unique, therapy can be a space to untangle some of what's out of awareness and deeply rooted, in a way that lasts.
(206) 312-3868 View (206) 312-3868
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Diane A Jhueck
Counselor, MA
Verified Verified
Seattle, WA 98101  (Online Only)
Are you sick and tired of feeling bad? Call me! For over 20 years, Internal Family Systems has been my primary modality. I had the very good fortune of being able to train with its founder: Dr Richard Schwartz. My clients and I continue to be amazed at how effective IFS is for healing old trauma and staying clear, calm, centered and curious in the face of new experiences that life brings. Or at least knowing how to get back to that state quickly. How great is that? And, like every psychotherapist I know, I also have a toolbox of things that can help you along the way.
Are you sick and tired of feeling bad? Call me! For over 20 years, Internal Family Systems has been my primary modality. I had the very good fortune of being able to train with its founder: Dr Richard Schwartz. My clients and I continue to be amazed at how effective IFS is for healing old trauma and staying clear, calm, centered and curious in the face of new experiences that life brings. Or at least knowing how to get back to that state quickly. How great is that? And, like every psychotherapist I know, I also have a toolbox of things that can help you along the way.
(360) 526-8170 View (360) 526-8170
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Dr. Karen K. Fowler, Psychologist
Psychologist, EdD
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Seattle, WA 98102
Waitlist for new clients
Is it sometimes a struggle for you to feel comfortable being yourself around others? Maybe you tend to keep your opinions and feelings to yourself unless you’re sure you won’t be judged by family and friends? Loyalty and being there for loved ones is important to you and you’ll often drop what you’re doing when it feels you’re needed by a friend or family member. Unfortunately, it may not seem that they do the same for you when you’re the one feeling upset or overwhelmed. You may be afraid to bring this up, worried that they'll think you're overreacting. Deep down, you want to share your feelings without it becoming an argument.
Is it sometimes a struggle for you to feel comfortable being yourself around others? Maybe you tend to keep your opinions and feelings to yourself unless you’re sure you won’t be judged by family and friends? Loyalty and being there for loved ones is important to you and you’ll often drop what you’re doing when it feels you’re needed by a friend or family member. Unfortunately, it may not seem that they do the same for you when you’re the one feeling upset or overwhelmed. You may be afraid to bring this up, worried that they'll think you're overreacting. Deep down, you want to share your feelings without it becoming an argument.
(406) 944-0356 View (406) 944-0356
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Zia Cloud
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, LMFTA
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Seattle, WA 98104
As a systemic therapist, I like to explore your Family of Origin.
I specialize in working with adults, adolescents, couples, and families. I also am a sex therapist. With my clients, I utilize a client-centered approach, which highlights the client as the expert in their life. While creating a warm and compassionate therapeutic environment, I follow my client's lead in what they would like out of therapy. The most effective therapeutic spaces are also collaborative ones, those in which people are encouraged to cultivate a curiosity about their lives and investigate their place within it. If we work together, we will find the balance between comfort and a healthy amount of challenge.
As a systemic therapist, I like to explore your Family of Origin.
I specialize in working with adults, adolescents, couples, and families. I also am a sex therapist. With my clients, I utilize a client-centered approach, which highlights the client as the expert in their life. While creating a warm and compassionate therapeutic environment, I follow my client's lead in what they would like out of therapy. The most effective therapeutic spaces are also collaborative ones, those in which people are encouraged to cultivate a curiosity about their lives and investigate their place within it. If we work together, we will find the balance between comfort and a healthy amount of challenge.
(206) 895-7174 View (206) 895-7174
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Tamara Zundel, MA, LMHC, PLLC
Counselor, MA, LMHC, CMHC
Verified Verified
Seattle, WA 98119  (Online Only)
I work from a skills based therapy perspective including Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral-informed Therapy, Solution-focused Therapy, and Family Systems Therapy.
I love supporting my clients learn how to live a life they want to live while effectively navigating through life's difficulties and challenges. I enjoy working with teens and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, chronic mental health issues, chronic health problems and life transitions including divorce/breakup, developmental stages, career, education, grief, and illness. I also enjoy helping clients let go of negative core beliefs formed early in life using EMDR.
I work from a skills based therapy perspective including Mindfulness-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral-informed Therapy, Solution-focused Therapy, and Family Systems Therapy.
I love supporting my clients learn how to live a life they want to live while effectively navigating through life's difficulties and challenges. I enjoy working with teens and adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, chronic mental health issues, chronic health problems and life transitions including divorce/breakup, developmental stages, career, education, grief, and illness. I also enjoy helping clients let go of negative core beliefs formed early in life using EMDR.
(206) 785-1927 View (206) 785-1927
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Madeline Frank
PhD, BCBA-D, LBA
Verified Verified
Seattle, WA 98125
I specialize in providing ABA therapy for children of all ages and parent/family training to address problem behavior in the home, school, and community.
My experience as a behavior analyst spans educational, clinical, and home/community settings. I worked for several years as a special education classroom teacher and I feel strongly that parent involvement/training is critical for a child's success. I aim to provide children and families with tools to rapidly improve language comprehension and vocalization, replace problem behaviors, teach self-help skills, and enhance age-appropriate social skills. I primarily work with children between 2-10 years old, but have experience working with clients up to 21 years old.
I specialize in providing ABA therapy for children of all ages and parent/family training to address problem behavior in the home, school, and community.
My experience as a behavior analyst spans educational, clinical, and home/community settings. I worked for several years as a special education classroom teacher and I feel strongly that parent involvement/training is critical for a child's success. I aim to provide children and families with tools to rapidly improve language comprehension and vocalization, replace problem behaviors, teach self-help skills, and enhance age-appropriate social skills. I primarily work with children between 2-10 years old, but have experience working with clients up to 21 years old.
(206) 312-6845 View (206) 312-6845
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Matthew Monroe
Counselor, LMHC
Verified Verified
Seattle, WA 98109  (Online Only)
Waitlist for new clients
My approach is rooted in trauma-informed CBT, Internal Family Systems, and depth psychology.
I specialize in helping individuals and couples with ADHD, high-functioning autism, Nice Guy & Nice Gal Syndrome, codependency, addiction, complex post-traumatic stress disorder, and grief. If you feel stuck and want to create new patterns in your life, let's talk. We can schedule a free 15-minute consult video call to chat about what you're looking for in therapy and to see if we'd be a good fit.
My approach is rooted in trauma-informed CBT, Internal Family Systems, and depth psychology.
I specialize in helping individuals and couples with ADHD, high-functioning autism, Nice Guy & Nice Gal Syndrome, codependency, addiction, complex post-traumatic stress disorder, and grief. If you feel stuck and want to create new patterns in your life, let's talk. We can schedule a free 15-minute consult video call to chat about what you're looking for in therapy and to see if we'd be a good fit.
(509) 571-2790 View (509) 571-2790
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Melanie Sherzad
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified Verified
1 Endorsed
Seattle, WA 98117
Growing up, I remember hearing many stories of war, loss of life, trauma, poverty, and hopelessness from my parents and family members.
I view therapy as the practice of connecting to your authentic self. Harmony and wellness are achievable through authenticity. Oppression and past traumas often cloud our sense of self and power. It's not uncommon to shrink ourselves to fit in. My focus is on exploring your past, your relationship to your intersectional identities, and the impact of the systems around you to help you establish a deeper connection with your true self. My goal is for you to experience comfort and peace as you live your truth. With the right support and space, I firmly believe that wellness is within reach for everyone.
Growing up, I remember hearing many stories of war, loss of life, trauma, poverty, and hopelessness from my parents and family members.
I view therapy as the practice of connecting to your authentic self. Harmony and wellness are achievable through authenticity. Oppression and past traumas often cloud our sense of self and power. It's not uncommon to shrink ourselves to fit in. My focus is on exploring your past, your relationship to your intersectional identities, and the impact of the systems around you to help you establish a deeper connection with your true self. My goal is for you to experience comfort and peace as you live your truth. With the right support and space, I firmly believe that wellness is within reach for everyone.
(206) 659-5945 x27 View (206) 659-5945 x27
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Jane Seelye Washington State Online Counseling
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC
Verified Verified
Seattle, WA 98105  (Online Only)
We all face challenges in life, but sometimes we get stuck, overwhelmed, or notice repeating patterns that negatively affect our relationships, work, and our overall health. I work with women who feel anxious, worried, lonely, sad, not good enough, or confused about what to do next. My clients struggle with self-esteem, anxiety, hurtful relationships, family issues, difficult transitions, trauma and many other life challenges. Most women I see are looking to build confidence, become empowered to make changes, break unhealthy patterns and form healthier relationships. Counseling can be a great resource we can use to heal and grow.
We all face challenges in life, but sometimes we get stuck, overwhelmed, or notice repeating patterns that negatively affect our relationships, work, and our overall health. I work with women who feel anxious, worried, lonely, sad, not good enough, or confused about what to do next. My clients struggle with self-esteem, anxiety, hurtful relationships, family issues, difficult transitions, trauma and many other life challenges. Most women I see are looking to build confidence, become empowered to make changes, break unhealthy patterns and form healthier relationships. Counseling can be a great resource we can use to heal and grow.
(206) 258-6397 View (206) 258-6397
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Scott Liebert
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Seattle, WA 98109
I am also an avid Northern California sports fan, I come from a huge family, and I am engaged to be married this summer!.
I work with individuals and couples who are experiencing some stress or anxiety in their lives and have decided to attend therapy to address and resolve those issues. Clients will develop tools and strategies to navigate life and thrive in a more healthy way. Some clients prefer assignments between sessions, some prefer psycho-education, and others still prefer therapy focused on emotion. I work with clients to determine how they want to work in therapy, and in turn, clients feel agency over the change they create in their lives. I believe this change best occurs in a safe, trusting, vulnerable environment.
I am also an avid Northern California sports fan, I come from a huge family, and I am engaged to be married this summer!.
I work with individuals and couples who are experiencing some stress or anxiety in their lives and have decided to attend therapy to address and resolve those issues. Clients will develop tools and strategies to navigate life and thrive in a more healthy way. Some clients prefer assignments between sessions, some prefer psycho-education, and others still prefer therapy focused on emotion. I work with clients to determine how they want to work in therapy, and in turn, clients feel agency over the change they create in their lives. I believe this change best occurs in a safe, trusting, vulnerable environment.
(425) 842-1712 View (425) 842-1712
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Morgan Watson
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified Verified
Seattle, WA 98102  (Online Only)
My specialties are LGBTQIA2s+, empowerment, depression, anxiety, life transitions, intimacy issues, relationship concerns, relationship building, sexuality/gender issues, co-dependency, and family of origin relationships.
You’ve made it this far which lets me know you are brave and likely ready to make some changes in your life. Together we can explore your emotional needs and overcome barriers that limit your full potential, get in the way of your relationships, or keep you stuck. There are many things we can do on our own, but true self-discovery and positive, enduring change is more likely to occur within the context of a caring and committed therapeutic relationship. Together we can pay close attention to what’s bothering you, and to what you need, so that you can begin to develop a healthier self and more loving, fulfilling relationships.
My specialties are LGBTQIA2s+, empowerment, depression, anxiety, life transitions, intimacy issues, relationship concerns, relationship building, sexuality/gender issues, co-dependency, and family of origin relationships.
You’ve made it this far which lets me know you are brave and likely ready to make some changes in your life. Together we can explore your emotional needs and overcome barriers that limit your full potential, get in the way of your relationships, or keep you stuck. There are many things we can do on our own, but true self-discovery and positive, enduring change is more likely to occur within the context of a caring and committed therapeutic relationship. Together we can pay close attention to what’s bothering you, and to what you need, so that you can begin to develop a healthier self and more loving, fulfilling relationships.
(206) 203-8819 View (206) 203-8819
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Chessie Rebecca Snider
Counselor, MEd-MHP, LMHCA, NCC
Verified Verified
2 Endorsed
Seattle, WA 98108
I’m a family therapist with a background based in research and evidence based practice. I provide support for kids, adults & caregivers in transition & needing support with life’s many challenges. I specialize in skill building for friendships, trans affirming treatment, emotional dysregulation, confidence, general anxiety & grief. My goal is to provide a space for adults, parents & children to engage in therapy to promote strong bonds within themselves & community, and become a self-sufficient unit outside of my care. I look forward to connecting with you and/or your family!
I’m a family therapist with a background based in research and evidence based practice. I provide support for kids, adults & caregivers in transition & needing support with life’s many challenges. I specialize in skill building for friendships, trans affirming treatment, emotional dysregulation, confidence, general anxiety & grief. My goal is to provide a space for adults, parents & children to engage in therapy to promote strong bonds within themselves & community, and become a self-sufficient unit outside of my care. I look forward to connecting with you and/or your family!
(206) 825-6719 View (206) 825-6719
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Mark L Rose
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, CDP, ICRC, CIP
Verified Verified
Seattle, WA 98103
I am an interventionist and an addictions therapist. My ideal client is family, employer, individual, and stakeholders that need addiction services and family consultation. I have worked extensively with families and persons of concern in guiding them to treatment. I work with clients with a need for referral to follow up services following treatment such as therapy, psychiatry, medical, dental, and legal. I specialize in coaching and case managing the addicted in this phase of their recovery.
I am an interventionist and an addictions therapist. My ideal client is family, employer, individual, and stakeholders that need addiction services and family consultation. I have worked extensively with families and persons of concern in guiding them to treatment. I work with clients with a need for referral to follow up services following treatment such as therapy, psychiatry, medical, dental, and legal. I specialize in coaching and case managing the addicted in this phase of their recovery.
(206) 785-3835 View (206) 785-3835