Regence Therapists in Seattle, WA

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Sarah Engelskirchen-Bugler
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
My approach to therapy is person-centered, holistic, and strengths-based. I believe clients are the experts of their own stories, and my role as a therapist is to create a safe space for individuals to explore intersecting aspects of their identities. Therapy is not about asking “what’s wrong” and instead about building upon existing client strengths in order to create a meaningful and rich life. I am passionate about providing services to those within the queer community and people dealing with codependency.
(425) 243-1430 
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Seattle, WA 98104
Offers online therapy
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Steve Hammil Counseling
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
I am particularly interested in working with people struggling with the on going effects of adverse childhood experiences like abuse, neglect and loss; especially those of early childhood. Often people suffering from the painful effects of traumatic experiences have never really felt whole, known peace or felt truly acceptable. Much too often they blame themselves. Bouts of depression and anxiety are all too frequent. In therapy you undo the underlying causes of fear, shame and grief that drive depression, anxiety and dissociation. You learn to live a life that is meaningful, present focused and free from the shadows of the past.
(253) 248-4318 
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Seattle, WA 98101
Offers online therapy
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Catherine Wetzel Larkin
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
I am a licensed Mental Health therapist (#00010994) with twenty years of experience counseling individuals, couples, families, and adolescents. I have a special interest in neuroscience and attachment theory in the context of helping individuals cope and heal from stress, trauma, and grief. I am also passionate about assisting people in developing healthy, authentic relationships, and in carving out their own unique life course. I believe that the relationship that is built between client and therapist is an important part of therapeutic growth and change.
(206) 347-8425 
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Seattle, WA 98107
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Lisa Jayne Gormley-Leinster
Counselor, MA, LMHC, NCC, CCMHC, CDBT
Verified
Therapy is a journey towards self-discovery, empowerment, and balance. However, life can be stressful with unexpected changes, relationship struggles, grief and loss, life transitions, sexual identity issues, social struggles, and current or previous trauma disrupting your day-to-day functioning. This often creates an out-of-control feeling with your thoughts, feelings, emotions, and behaviors. My approach to therapy is based on a collaborative relationship that offers safety, support, acceptance, and promotes trust so that you are able to make the right changes in your life that make sense for you.
(206) 429-4204 
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Seattle, WA 98107
Not accepting new clients
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Julie Ambrose
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified
Knowing where to begin to deal with your personal struggles can be difficult. In a supportive and collaborative environment we will uncover the strengths you already possess to conquer life's challenges. I provide counseling to all kinds of people, with all kinds of struggles. I specialize in anxiety and depression, but I am particularly interested in where they come from. This can include difficult life transitions, family conflict, relationship issues, history of abuse and anger problems-to name a few. My goal is to give you some strategies to help you feel better immediately, while working on larger patterns in need of change.
(425) 279-7611 
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Seattle, WA 98136
Offers online therapy
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Michele M Pomarico
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LICSW
Verified
I am an experienced therapist with a specialty in women's health and reproductive issues, including infertility, unanticipated pregnancy outcomes, pregnancy loss, and post partum depression and anxiety. I have helped individuals and families through major life transitions, difficult losses, family building decisions, and struggles with anxiety and depression. My goal is to partner with clients to assess their needs and develop a plan to meet their goals. I use a number of therapeutic modalities, tailoring interventions to each unique individual. My style is interactive, genuine, respectful, direct and non-judgmental.
(206) 489-3783 
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Seattle, WA 98125
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Stephanie M Mustopich
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MHP, LMFT
Verified
Welcome! You've already taken the first step of searching for a therapist for yourself or a loved one. I want to acknowledge how difficult that can be and am here to help support you through the rest of the journey. I see adolescents and adults for a variety of issues such as family conflict, depression, anxiety or peer relationships. I find it deeply rewarding to provide therapy to those who identify anywhere on the LGBT spectrum. Building a trusting relationship is my first priority. We will create a safe, non-judgmental space together where you can meet your goals.
(541) 372-6052 
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Seattle, WA 98121
Offers online therapy
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Deanna Seather-Brady
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, SUDP
Verified
My professional experience includes adults (18-100+), adolescents (11-17). I have 20 + years experience working with individuals, families and groups in a variety of clinical settings with an emphasis in; emotion regulation, trauma recovery, grief resolution and substance use disorders assessment & treatment. I am also a welcoming therapist to the LGBTQ community. I am licensed as an Independent Clinical Social Worker and certified as a Substance Use Disorder Professional in the state if Washington.
(425) 584-3084 
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Seattle, WA 98109
Not accepting new clients
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Jack Rushall
Pre-Licensed Professional, MA, LMHCA
Verified
A graduate from Seattle University's social justice-based clinical mental health master's program, I specialize in working with queer people struggling with self-esteem, coming out, minority stress, internalized homophobia, and addictions. Do you feel like an apparent superficiality within the queer community is bringing you down? Do you spend too much time on apps looking for validation, but end up feeling worse? Are you able to talk to your family about your partner? In our first session, I might ask, “Who are you?” I want to work with you to help you become someone you trust.
(206) 965-8652 
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Seattle, WA 98104
Offers online therapy
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Eli Ogburn
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LICSW
Verified
Sometimes it is really hard to persist. Making change or accepting reality can be confusing. Reaching out to a therapist can be scary. With empathy and an anti-oppression approach, I can help you examine what's keeping you stuck, overwhelmed, frozen, or confused. I specialize in working people who move through the world differently: queer and trans folks, neurodiverse folks especially HSPs (highly sensitive people), and others.
 
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Seattle, WA 98116
Offers online therapy
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Robin Hanson Ballard
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
I am a licensed clinical psychologist providing psychological evaluations for Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD. Evaluations are available for children (ages six and older) and adults.
(206) 208-1355 
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Seattle, WA 98101
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Nicholas Brown
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
I provide a supportive and safe environment where you can begin to develop a process towards healing. I believe in creating a space where your story is heard, respected, and valued. Therapy can help you find new tools, skills, and knowledge to deal with difficult circumstances in life. Together we will find ways to identify, understand, and work through these challenges in a supportive setting.
(425) 230-5907 
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Seattle, WA 98119
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Jeff Watson
Counselor, EdD, MS, LMHC, CCTP
Verified
I work with a wide range of clients, many of whom share similar challenges—work and organizational stress, health concerns, grief and loss; or are experiencing other difficulties, such as PTSD and other traumas (including compassion fatigue), depression, or anxiety. My approach is person-centered, focusing on you, the client, and the moment-to-moment engagement, discovering insights together. I can help you discover insights into barriers, and the constructive solutions to overcoming those barriers. Each person has the right to live a life free of negative thoughts and experiences—a life of healthy well-being.
(425) 307-4162 
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Seattle, WA 98104
Offers online therapy
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Micheal Kane
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PsyD, MSW, MA, LICSW, CTTS
Verified
Emotional pain distorts our view of the world. The longer our pain lasts, the more unhappy we become. Unlike a well meaning friend or relative, a therapist can consider your concerns from a fresh, objective, perspective. But a therapist will not solve your problems for you; he will guide you by listening, questioning and observing—- so that you can find your own answers when extreme unhappiness, overwhelming anxiety or fear, feelings of inadequacy and low self esteem, sexual problems, and traumatic events interfere with your life or relationships with others.
 
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Seattle, WA 98118
Offers online therapy
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Don Baker
Counselor, MA, LMHC
Verified
Thanks for viewing my page and profile. I became a licensed counselor in the state of Washington in 1998, have spent thousands of hours over the past 20+ years listening to and learning from my clients. I still love the work. No matter how discouraged, confused, or frustrated you feel, I firmly believe that you already have everything you need within you and that the journey to a more fulfilling life is a process of discovery - about unpacking your truth, uncovering your strengths, and learning to be more conscious of the moment-to-moment choices that shape your experience.
(206) 745-4732 
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Seattle, WA 98109
Offers online therapy
Waitlist for new clients
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Beth Blum
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
I'm a culturally informed therapist committed to helping people develop new approaches to difficulties so they leave therapy more at peace and connected. In addition to what brings them to therapy, many of the people I work with feel like they don’t quite belong. They worry about other people's judgements. They may believe that they are not as competent as the people around them. Or they question their ability to be a good partner, parent, or friend. Sometimes they just feel lonely. Therapy is a place where we can make sense of all these experiences and develop tools to move forward with greater confidence and integrity.
(206) 401-8512 
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Seattle, WA 98112
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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Seattle, WA 98116
Offers online therapy
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Audrey Jensen
Counselor, LCMHC-A, LCAS-A, MA
Verified
I understand therapy can be an old familiar friend to some or a new experience which can bring some anxiety and nervousness for others. Either way, if you are excited or nervous about therapy, I make sure our sessions are a safe place to express your thoughts and gain perspective around difficult life issues. My hope is for you to feel empowered to uncover your own sense of peace and wholeness and to know you do not have to do that alone.
(206) 785-3634 
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Seattle, WA 98119
Not accepting new clients
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Bruce Perham Counseling
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
Verified
I became a therapist because I want to join with clients as they heal from pain and trauma. People need support for many reasons, some relatively simple and some so complicated as to seem unbearable. Psychotherapy is not only for people with severe illnesses or trauma but for people who feel stuck with their relationships, their careers, their friendships or have experiences that have a major impact on their daily lives and functioning.
(206) 973-2296 
Seattle, WA 98118
Not accepting new clients
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Quiana S Roberts
Counselor, LMHC, NCC, MHP
Verified
Seeking therapy can feel very intimidating. Sometimes therapy is needed during a crisis situation when having a hopeful attitude seems impossible to have. There are other times when therapy is a way to regain quality of life. Are you someone who has experienced overwhelming feelings of guilt, shame, fear, doubt, despair, grief, abandonment, disappointment, hurt, rejection or any other combination of emotions that have left you feeling defeated or helpless? Are you ready to move past the notion of defeat and begin to learn positive ways to reflect on your past present or future limitations?
(980) 393-2289 
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Seattle, WA 98188
Not accepting new clients


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Regence Therapists
Are you looking for a Seattle Regence Therapist? These Seattle Therapists accept Regence insurance. They include Regence Therapists in Seattle, Regence psychologists and Regence counseling. A Seattle Therapist who accepts Regence, may be in network with Regence, or you can make a claim on your Regence insurance as an out of network Regence provider. The Regence Group is a nonprofit Blue Cross Blue Shield licensed health insurance company. It's health insurance plans are under the Blue Cross Blue Shield name in Utah, and Oregon and the Blue Shield name in Idaho and western Washington. Its non-Blue subsidiary uses the Asuris name in eastern Washington.

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