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for Therapists in Seattle, Washington Therapists, Counselors & Psychologists

Seattle has some of the country's most renowned mental health experts. Learning more about your options should help you make an informed choice that leads to better health. Use the advanced search feature to filter your results by therapist type, approach, zip code and more. Browse the profiles and blogs of TherapyTribe's community experts; then use the quick list feature to select a handful of therapists that meet your needs.
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Ryan A. Lewis, M.A., LMHCA, Counselor/Therapist

It is my professional goal to help you navigate through the difficult challenges & choices that you face. By exploring your thoughts, feelings, behaviors & life experiences, we can safely address your concerns, increase self-awareness & facilitate the changes that you desire & deserve.

0.48 miles from
98174

600 First Ave., Suite 527 Seattle, Washington 98104

t: 206-467-4080

w: www.ryanlewiscounseling.com

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Letha Fernandez, LMHC, CDP, Therapist

 

0.48 miles from
98174

901 Boren Ave., Suite 1300 Seattle, Washington 98104

t: 206 687 2863

w: NW Wellness For Life

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Edan Zebooloon, MA, LMHCA, Counselor/Therapist

Sometimes life presents challenges that are too much to handle. But you need not struggle through them alone. Get support from someone you can trust to guide you to a more fulfilling life. As a relationship therapist it is my job to help you to feel better with all of your connections.

0.48 miles from
98174

901 Boren Ave., Suite 1300 Seattle, Washington 98104

w: Greater Seattle Counseling

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Trevor Slocum, MA, NCC, LMHC, Therapist

Having trouble in relationships? Feeling depressed or anxious? My psychotherapy practice helps people open to their experience so they can effectively create joy and meaning in their lives and let go of the life-patterns that limit them.

0.49 miles from
98174

1904 Third Ave, Suite 229 Seattle, Washington 98101

t: 206-651-5439

w: www.slocumcounseling.com

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Patti Nequette, MA,LMHC, Licensed Professional Counselor

Are you longing for satisfying relationships? Are you depressed, anxious, or struggling to find your way to a happier life? Are you wanting to let go of self defeating patterns? It is possible to create the life you want and deserve. You can feel better and I can help you get there!

0.49 miles from
98174

1904 Third Ave Suite 229 Seattle, Washington 98101

t: 206 937-5440

w: pattinequette.com

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Steve Hammil, MA, LMHC, Counselor/Therapist

I am particularly interested in working with people struggling with the effects of problematic learning experiences like abuse, neglect and loss. Often these experiences result in a toxic internal voice that allows no rest. Having struggled with this myself, I want to help others find peace.

0.49 miles from
98174

1730 Minor Ave Suite 1140 Seattle, Washington 98101

t: 206-501-3920

f: Call for confidential fax number

w: Steve Hammil Counseling

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Cascade Behavioral Health

Cascade Behavioral Health Hospital, located in Tukwila, Washington, offers an innovative program that combines the best of inpatient and outpatient care for adults and older adults. Cascade's mental health and addiction treatment services are customized for each client.

1.67 miles from
98174

12844 Military Road South Tukwila, Washington 98168

t: (844) 208-1098

w: Cascade Behavioral Health


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Dr. Matthew Goldenberg, Psy.D., LMHC, Therapist

Dr. Goldenberg is a therapist who is concerned with matters of social justice, holistic health and the inclusion of mind, body, and spirit as central ways of being. He also holds investment in creating a cooperative, transparent relationship between client and provider.

1.8 miles from
98174

818 12th Avenue Seattle, Washington 98122

t: 206-329-5255 ext 305

f: 206-726-1878

w: drmattgoldenberg.com

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Aaron A. Strong, MA, LMHC, Therapist

It's confusing, frustrating and scary trying to pick a therapist from a profile! Please visit my website, and set up a free 20-30 minute consult so you can get a feel for how I work, who I am, etc. Shop around! A face-to-face meeting could save you lots of time, energy and headache.

2.26 miles from
98174

226 Summit Ave. East Seattle, Washington 98102

t: 206-326-8848

w: www.aaronstrong.com

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Adrienne S Robinson, LMHC, Licensed Professional Counselor

We each have our unique reasons for attending therapy. I believe each one of us has the ability to heal. If you are ready to take the next step and move your life in a new direction or need support as you work through a challenging transition, I would like to help.

2.26 miles from
98174

1127 10th Ave E Unit 3 Seattle, Washington 98102

t: 206-755-2992

w: icseattle.com

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Seattle is known to have its fair share of mental health challenges. Much of this could be the result of its weather, which is also well-known for cloudiness and rain. A lack of sunshine puts susceptible people in jeopardy of developing seasonal affective disorder (SAD), a type of depression that typically occurs during winter months. Since Seattle has cloudy weather throughout the year, residents suffer a high level of SAD. Some of SAD's symptoms include:

    • - feelings of hopelessness
    • - anxiety
    • - irritability
    • - weight gain
    • - oversleeping or insomnia
    • - lethargy
 
People living in the Seattle area have several treatment options that can help them avoid the symptoms of SAD. These options include light therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and psychotherapy. Those suffering from SAD may want to consider therapies offered by the University of Washington Counseling Center. Parents who recognize symptoms of SAD in their children may want to consult Seattle Children's Hospital.

Heroin has become an increasingly persistent problem in Seattle over the last decade, especially when it comes to young people living in the area. Heroin often has serious consequences for the user's physical and mental health. Unfortunately, addicts find it incredibly difficult to stop using the drug because it can alter the brain's molecular and neurochemical makeup. Instead of producing its own neurochemicals, the brain begins to rely on heroin. Those changes can also affect the way addicts behave, making it difficult for them to understand the long-term consequences of their actions.

Drug addiction in Seattle has encouraged local therapists to focus on addictions and drug abuse counseling.

Local Seattle organizations can help individuals recover from their addictions while learning coping strategies that keep them off drugs. Many of them accept insurance, so addicts can find affordable help in the Seattle area.

Impulse control disorder also affects the lives of many people in the Seattle area. This disorder is often connected to issues such as drug abuse, eating disorders, and sex addiction. Effectively, it makes people feel powerless so that they cannot control their impulses. This often leads to legal issues, poor health, and troubled relationships.

Seattle has several counseling centers that can help patients tackle impulse control disorder. There are also several support groups for people living with impulse control disorder.

Every city has its unique advantages and disadvantages. The key to good mental health is seeking the type of help that you need as soon as possible. If you suspect that you or a loved one suffer from a mental health disorder, reach out to one of Seattle's qualified counselors. The sooner you take that step, the closer you are to recovery.