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Trinese Clark, DSW, LICSW
Behavioral Health Crisis Psychotherapy PTSD Women's Issues Trinese’s work is rooted in a liberation framework, somatic healing, and socially conscious care, emphasizing examining health disparities and experiences of personally mediated racism in the healthcare setting. Her work is centered on the BIPOC community and focused on offering specialized treatment and education for social change and collective healing.
1425 BROADWAY #522 Seattle WA 98122
Carrie Cole, LMHC
Anxiety Behavioral Health Depression and Bipolar Life Transitions Women's Issues Workplace and Career I work with young adults experiencing anxiety and depression related to emerging adulthood issues.
600 N. 36th St. Suite 209 Seattle WA 98103
Shakira Cruz Román, MSW, LICSW
Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Domestic Violence LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues As a clinical supervisor, I thrive in working collaboratively with supervisees, acting as a thought partner, coach, mentor, and supervisor. In supervision, as in therapy, I believe that personal and professional growth arises from a foundation of integrity, curiosity, courage, and humor. I believe my role as a clinician is to support clients in navigating life, relationships, and mental health in ways that are aligned with their needs and values. I do this through an intersectional and strengths-based lens that is grounded in the unique experiences of each individual. I specialize in working with BIPOC and Latinx clients, neurodiverse people, transgender and gender non-conforming individuals, folks from queer, bisexual, asexual, lesbian, and gay communities, folks who practice BDSM, non-monogamy/polyamory/relationship anarchy, and activists. I am licensed in Washington state, and Massachussetts. Additionally, I am an Approved Supervisor with WA State.
Seattle WA 98109
Clinical Supervisor
Sarah Dailey, MA, LMFT
Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Children Consulting and Coaching Couples Therapy and Divorce Depression and Bipolar Family Therapy Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Workplace and Career I love to work with supervisees and mentees (supervision of supervision) as we grow, laugh, and learn together. The process of deepening knowledge, experience, and wisdom can be rewarding for both the supervisor and supervisee. I approach supervision and mentorship from a structural supervision perspective as I believe we all thrive with the right balance of structure and support. I use a good amount of humor and curiosity in my approach, as I believe the elements of fun, delight, and joy are important parts of the professional growth process. If we work together, you will be challenged and you will be uplifted. I have an extensive background in working with BIPOC supervisees and mentees addressing a variety of clinical issues with particular specialties in working with individuals, children, and families in the LGBTQIA+ community, marginalized and underserved communities, and those who have experienced trauma. I am an Approved Supervisor with WA State and AAMFT. If you are looking to learn and grow as a therapist, as a supervisor, as a leader or executive, I would love to help you along the path of becoming the professional you know yourself to be and envision yourself to be. If you are ready to be challenged and to have fun in the process, I would love to meet with you for a free consultation.
2501 SW Trenton St Ste 1132 Seattle Washington 98106
Clinical Supervisor
Bobbi Ewing, MA, LMHC, CYT
Addictions Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Depression and Bipolar Depth Psychology Eating Disorders Grief and Loss Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Solution Focused Brief Therapy Women's Issues Workplace and Career I provide in-person and telehealth psychotherapy to individuals and welcome all backgrounds, lifestyles, and identities. I support clients to develop and deepen presence, self-awareness, self-care, resilience, and more.
5020 Meridian Ave N. Seattle WA 98103
Jason Franklin LMHC
Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Depression and Bipolar Depth Psychology EMDR Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Workplace and Career I offer phone and video sessions for clients who are distancing or quarantined. Jason Franklin is not currently accepting new clients. I work well with clients who are motivated, creative, unique, strong-willed, and ambitious. I am skilled in supporting clients who may be struggling with depression, anxiety, adjustment difficulties, authenticity, the adventures of emerging adulthood, parenting challenges, relationship difficulties, grief, recovery from trauma, academic and artistic stress, and those wishing to reintroduce play and creativity back into daily life. My approach to therapy is collaborative, supportive, and interactive. I work with adults, young adults, parents, and families who are seeking to make changes in how they feel about themselves, how they manage life's challenges, and how they interact with those around them. In Washington state I am a State Approved Clinical Supervisor, a designated Mental Health Professional (MHP), and Child Mental Health Specialist (CMHS).
Franklin Counseling & Consultation 2366 Eastlake Ave East Suite# 436 Seattle WA 98102
Clinical Supervisor
Jamie R. Friddle, MA, LMHC
Anxiety Couples Therapy and Divorce Depression and Bipolar Depth Psychology Grief and Loss Groups Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD I treat adolescents, adults, and couples in the Madison Valley neighborhood of Seattle. Many of my clients suffer from developmental trauma and its symptoms, such as depression, anxiety, obsession, compulsion, behavioral addiction, and relationship problems, including shame, fear, and guilt. My relationship with my clients is a primary agent of change. I also use dreams, embodied exercises, imaginal exercises, and other strategies to help my clients address and resolve what has brought them to psychotherapy. I'm theoretically oriented to analytic and spiritual psychologies. Lifespan Integration, Emotionally Focused Therapy, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy are current evolutions of my practice. I have a special interest in treating individuals who, because of early emotional injury, are now "stuck" in painful patterns of living, which can be most acute in midlife. I also enjoy treating young adults struggling to separate from their parents. Such struggle also occurs in adults faced with caring for their aging parents. Couple work in my practice is centered on attachment bonds that threaten as well as secure relationships. Couples will discover that beneath painful emotional cycles are many feelings that started in the past, but now can be safely and lovingly experienced with an attuned partner in the present. All sexualities and gender identities are welcome.
2915 E Madison St Ste 206 Seattle Washington 98112
Laurie Ganberg, LICSW, PMH-C
Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Depression and Bipolar EMDR Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Women's Issues As a white, cis female, queer, fat therapist and supervisor I work to destigmatize mental health challenges, particularly related to pregnancy, birth, postpartum, parenting, or reproductive health - for all genders. I offer individual therapy in my office in Seattle and online across WA state. I have been challenged and supported in my own supervision relationships and feel incredibly privileged to have supervised MSW interns, staff therapists, and associate-level therapists over the last 10+ years. I am a Washington State approved supervisor in accordance with​ WAC 246-809-334, WAC 246-809-234, and WAC 246-809-134 and can provide clinical supervision to LSWAIC social workers, LMHCAs and LMFTAs working toward their independent licenses in Washington state. ​I enjoy holding space for strengths, social justice, intersecting identities, and ethics while supporting associates in their clinical work, business practices, and professional development. While I have a specialty in perinatal mental health and primarily see individual adults, I commonly address issues including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, intrusive thoughts, trauma, parenting, attachment, transitions, roles and identities, and body image and acceptance in my therapeutic work. I pay attention to how oppression (racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, fat stigma, etc) manifests in our lives; to the anger, stress, grief and other emotions we experience living through a global pandemic and extraordinary gun violence in the US; and in the ways we find strength, resilience and power in community. I have worked in diverse settings with adults, adolescents, children and families including community mental health, home-based child and family services, medical settings, emergency psychiatric services, a partial hospitalization program, and in private practice in MA and WA.
10740 Meridian Ave N Suite 104 Seattle WA 98133
Clinical Supervisor
Marisol G. Westberg, Ph.D.
Couples Therapy and Divorce I provide sex therapy and couple’s counseling in Seattle, WA. I am a board-certified sexologist (ACS), certified sex educator (AASECT), and a licensed couple’s counselor (LMFT).
18 W. Mercer St. Suite 360 Seattle WA 98119
Chelsea Gibson LMHC
Anxiety Behavioral Health Grief and Loss Groups Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Women's Issues I work with women and nonbinary adults in all stages of their lives from an attachment-focused and relational perspective.
600 N 36th St suite 220 Seattle WA 98103
Katy Greenleaf, MA LMHC
Anxiety EMDR LGBTQ Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Workplace and Career Thanks for looking at my profile. I spent 10 years working with kids and families in crisis in King Co. and I currently provide trainings to youth serving organizations regarding how to engage with participants experiencing a mental health crisis. I LOVE providing reflective clinical supervision that focuses on the whole person of the clinician. I am experienced working with the LGBTQIA+ community and actively work on addressing racist and ablest biases that come up within me as a result of growing up as a straight, CIS, White woman in the PNW. I am currently focused on learning IFS and am EMDR certified and work mainly with adults living with CPTSD.
3250 Airport Way S Ste 418 Seattle WA 98134
Clinical Supervisor
Jennifer Harris, PhD, MA, LMHC
Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Life Transitions Jennifer works with adolescents and young adults, accompanying them along their life paths. As the former director of the University of Washington’s Undergraduate Research Program and throughout her 20-year career in education, she has gained extensive experience advising high-achieving students on how they can leverage their personal strengths to help attain their goals.
Unfold Therapy 3417 Evanston Ave N #523 Seattle WA 98103
William Healy, LMHC, SUDP, MAC, SAP, MA
Addictions Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Couples Therapy and Divorce Depression and Bipolar Domestic Violence Grief and Loss Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Solution Focused Brief Therapy Workplace and Career Individual mental health counseling for people suffering from depression, anxiety, personality disorders, relationship issues, stress, isolation, loneliness, anger issues and life stress. I use Choice Theory, REBT, mindfulness, motivational and solution focused therapy. I work with individuals suffering from alcohol and addiction issues at every stage of the addiction and recovery process. I also work with family members who have a loved one with an alcohol or addiction problem. I also do DOT SAP assessments. I have an office in Lynnwood, WA. (206) 819-8147
10002 Aurora Ave. N. PMB 5551 Seattle WA 98133
Lindsay Hill, MA, LMHC, NCC
Anxiety Grief and Loss Life Transitions Women's Issues Workplace and Career You should feel seen, heard and understood. You should never feel judged, and you should always feel welcome. If you choose to spend your time with me, that is what you can expect in therapy. Therapy is at your pace, and it starts with us building a relationship. I listen to your story, get to know you and your goals and learn how to best support you. Together, we look at who you are, what you believe and how you cope with challenges to determine a treatment plan that is right for you. I have 15 years of corporate experience, so a special area of interest is career-transition work, including supporting you as you find your calling and dealing with work-related stress, anxiety and depression. Other areas of interest are loss and grief, self-esteem, relationships, stress management, body image and life transitions.
Multiple Locations and Telehealth Seattle WA
Nancy Juscamaita, MA, LMHC, EMMHS
Anxiety Behavioral Health Depth Psychology Domestic Violence Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues My specialties include early trauma, life transitions, as well as relationship, multicultural, and women's issues. I have also been designated as an Ethnic Minorities Mental Health Specialist due to my work with the Latino population.
1904 Third Ave Suite 733 Seattle WA 98101
Jennifer Kessler
Codependency, Relationships
444 Ravenna Blvd. NE, #307 Seattle Washington 98115
Vinnu Komanapalli, MA, LMHCA
Anxiety Consulting and Coaching EMDR Psychotherapy Women's Issues Specialization in the effect of South Asian cultural norms on mental health, with a Masters in South Asia Studies from University of Washington
4505 44th Ave SW Seattle Washington 98116
Christina Leiva, MA, LMCHA
Anxiety Behavioral Health Couples Therapy and Divorce Depression and Bipolar Disabilities EMDR LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Workplace and Career Currently practicing at EMDR Associates: Basic Level Training in EMDR and pursuing certification. Certificate in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and implement some Somatic Interventions, Mindfulness and Expressive Arts.
Seattle Washington 98103
Rachel Lund
Anxiety Behavioral Health Depth Psychology Grief and Loss Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Women's Issues Workplace and Career Rachel works with women who experience high anxiety and panic attacks, have a history of trauma or neglect, and feel disconnected from their bodies. She believes in an interpersonal neuro-psycho-social approach to healing. Rachel runs a group practice called Self Space, with locations in Seattle and Kirkland.
2033 6th Ave Suite 826 Seattle WA 98121
Clinical Supervisor
Kate Mageau
Adolescents Anxiety Consulting and Coaching Crisis Depression and Bipolar Domestic Violence Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Solution Focused Brief Therapy Women's Issues Hi! I love listening to people and hearing their stories! I am genuinely curious about people’s lives and enjoy helping people find their strengths. I enjoy working with LGBTQ+ and BIPOC folx and allies for domestic violence, ADHD, ASD, anxiety, PTSD, trauma, self-esteem, and self-exploration. ! I am an ADHDer and domestic violence survivor. I also love running counseling groups! Groups give people the opportunity to meet new people, talk about what’s going on their lives, and support one another. Studies show group counseling is equally as effective as individual counseling! I have groups for Neurodiversity (teens and adults), Women and nonbinary people, and for Healing from Domestic Violence (groups for all genders). See my website to learn more about my groups, my books, and my podcast!
Seattle WA 98126
Christina Malecka, MA LMHC
Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Depression and Bipolar Depth Psychology Domestic Violence EMDR Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues I work with adults and adolescents, specializing in counseling those who experience themselves as outsiders to dominant culture and feel "other" due to lifestyle, oppression or societal and family bias. My practice is focused on client strengths and possibilities rather than deficits or pathology and I will strive to tailor your therapy specifically to your needs rather than asking you to fit your reality into a particular theory or school of thought. I use an anti-oppression lens in my work with clients and have a passion for social change on both the macro and micro levels. I believe that individual transformation through therapy is micro social change that can benefit the world at-large. I am also an Approved Supervisor for Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associates in Washington State and bring 18 years of experience in the therapy chair to my work as a mentor to emerging therapists who are interested in developing their skills as in-person clinicians. Graduate school equips us with theories and skills, but studies show that the most important factor for success with clients is the therapeutic relationship. With this in mind, my approach to supervision is primarily focused on helping you develop self-as-therapist skills like attunement, genuineness and embodied presence.
1904 Third Ave. Suite 1017 Seattle WA 98101
Clinical Supervisor
Maddy Miller LMHC
Addictions Anxiety Behavioral Health Depression and Bipolar Depth Psychology Geriatrics and Lifespan Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Women's Issues My counseling orientation comes primarily from a relational psychodynamic model, drawing from Attachment Theory, British Object Relations, Internal Family Systems, and an emerging field known as interpersonal neurobiology—the study of how our brains develop in relationships with others. I have additional training in trauma and addiction. I offer attuned presence in a non-judgmental environment, inviting ongoing exploration. I join people as they explore historical narratives and offer genuine involvement in uncovering patterns that cause distress. I help clients gain awareness of themselves and their development as it relates to present day challenges. I help people learn to listen to themselves, mind, body, spirit, and to respond with compassion.
2331 E. Madison St. Seattle WA 98112
Kristin Mueller, LMHC, RPT-S
Adolescents Anxiety Children Consulting and Coaching LGBTQ Issues Special areas of interest and training include learning differences, educational advocacy, attention deficit disorder, sensory processing disorder.
4752 41st Avenue SW Unit A Seattle WA 98126
Holland Omar MA, NCC, LMHC
Anxiety Behavioral Health Couples Therapy and Divorce Crisis Domestic Violence Life Transitions Solution Focused Brief Therapy Relationship/Communication Skills, Emotion Focused Therapy, Anger Management, Stress Management, Mindfulness
2100 Westlake Ave N Suite 201 Seattle Washington 98109
Marlene Otero, JD
Anxiety Consulting and Coaching Life Transitions Workplace and Career I am a lawyer and currently in school obtaining my Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
Seattle WA
Sarah Palmer, MA, LMHC
Anxiety Depression and Bipolar Depth Psychology EMDR Grief and Loss Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Women's Issues Workplace and Career I work with adults struggling with anxiety, self-doubt, life transitions, low self worth, and other challenging feelings and circumstances. I also specialize in working working with new and expectant parents with transitions to parenthood, including perinatal anxiety, depression, difficult birth experiences and birth trauma. Together we create opportunities for you to explore where you are with honesty and compassion so that you can make thoughtful, sustainable choices and changes.
2208 NW Market St #430 E Seattle WA 98107
Caroline Petters, LMFTA
Anxiety Depth Psychology Life Transitions PTSD Women's Issues My experience lies in working with clients who have experiencedd trauma, complex trauma, emotional dysregulation, ADHD, and anxiety. I work from a trauma-informed and systemic lens and utilize somatic practices such as polyvagal theory and parts work as well as ACT and mindfulness practices.
Seattle WA
Yuliya Rae, MA, LMCHA
Anxiety Grief and Loss Groups Psychotherapy PTSD Seattle therapist specializing in treatment of complex and childhood trauma through a relational, psychodynamic approach focusing on fostering your authentic self. Kin Therapy also works with body image issues from a fat liberation lens and cross cultural issues, utilizing a social justice approach.
Seattle WA
Ellen M Rugg, MA, MSW, LICSW, PLLC
Consulting and Coaching Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy Women's Issues Workplace and Career 35 years experience providing individual and group psychodynamic psychotherapy. I love my work and feel privileged to have a role in the therapeutic change process.
Virtual only Seattle WA 98103
Clinical Supervisor
Katie Stickney
Anxiety Domestic Violence EMDR Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Women's Issues I offer telehealth and in person appointments at my office on north Capitol Hill. Generally, my work focuses on psychodynamic and somatic approaches to trauma, including parts work, Polyvagal-informed therapy, and EMDR. I have extensive experience working with queer folks of all kinds, neurodivergence, relational abuse (DV, narcissistic abuse, sexual abuse), childhood attachment traumas, and incorporating spirituality into therapy. Specific niche populations I love to work with are gay and lesbian survivors of conversion therapy, folks of uncommon trans experience (eg. those who desisted or detransitioned, those who transitioned long ago and still live with gender dysphoria), and deconstruction of harms from religion in even mainline/liberal denominations. I provide clinical consultation on all of these topics, especially how to incorporate Polyvagal theory into therapeutic practice. I also enjoy supervising associates who do either similar or different work compared to my work (my own supervisor was an LMFT, and I find we can learn a lot from therapists with different approaches!)
1127 10th AVE E, Suite 3 Seattle WA 98102
Clinical Supervisor
Melinda Stone
Behavioral Health Crisis Depth Psychology Groups LGBTQ Issues Medical and Rehabilitation PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Workplace and Career I also specialize in working with people whose lives involve adoption: adult adoptees, birth parents, and couples contemplating adoption.
832 NW 58th St Seattle WA 98107
Erika Straus-Bowers, MA, LMHC
Anxiety Depth Psychology Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Workplace and Career I offer therapy to adults of all ages who are seeking a supportive relationship, conversational process, and reflective space for understanding and healing wounds, and for exploring and clarifying who they fully are. I currently offer sessions by video telehealth only. I am in network with Regence Blue Shield, Premera Blue Cross, and LifeWise insurance plans. I am an out-of-network provider for other insurance companies, and I also accept self-pay.
Seattle WA 98103
Marie Sundberg, MA, LMHC
Behavioral Health Crisis Depth Psychology Disabilities Groups Medical and Rehabilitation PTSD Workplace and Career Though not a specialist in PTSD, I work from a holistic, body centered, trauma informed perspective. I am also trained in Thought Field Therapy and Emotional Freedom Technique for those open to alternative approaches for emotional distress.
Seattle WA 98118
Sherry Thomas
Addictions Adolescents Anxiety Children Crisis Depression and Bipolar Depth Psychology EMDR Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Solution Focused Brief Therapy Women's Issues I am a psychodynamic, relational, and experiential therapist. My work with clients is integrative, humanistic and client centered. I help clients uncover, understand, and metabolize their deeper motivations and emotions. As they become aware of their subconscious, they discover clarity and choice, and their lives begin to change.
4500 9th Ave NE # 300 Seattle Washington 98105
Jane Thornton
Anxiety PTSD I use Somatic Transformation
1708 NE 120th St Seattle WA 98125
Natalie Upton, LMHCA, NCC
Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Couples Therapy and Divorce Depression and Bipolar Eating Disorders Groups LGBTQ Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues My background in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) informs my current practice treating individuals 16+ and couples/partners in the outpatient setting. I incorporate a systems view and social justice principles into each session.
Seattle WA 98133
Robert Weeks
5426 California Ave SW Seattle WA 98136
Shira Wilson, MA, LMHC
Anxiety Behavioral Health Medical and Rehabilitation Psychotherapy I am a Seattle-area therapist with a holistic approach to treating depression, anxiety, trauma, which includes mindfulness and behavior therapy approaches. My therapy focus is often on improving quality of life, finding a greater comfort with uncertainty and expanding self awareness and social connection. I believe that if we expand our ability to manage and learn from our emotions--such as anxiety, anger, joy, shame and sadness-- we can move past obstacles, such as fear and self-criticism, and find greater connection and well-being. My counseling style is grounded in Existential psychology which focuses attention on the ‘here and now’ of our experience in order to enhance the ability to make choices, find meaning, and understand oneself more fully; all of this work is done in order to live an authentic life. I have been have qualified to provide both individual and group Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy. I see individuals aged 19 or older.
4026 NE 55th St Suite E Seattle WA 98105
Betsy Zuber, MS, GMHS, LMHC
Anxiety Depression and Bipolar Geriatrics and Lifespan Grief and Loss Groups Life Transitions Medical and Rehabilitation Assist families in aging resources, counseling for behaviors related to dementia, help with developing care plans for medical chronic conditions
6553 California Ave SW, Suite B Seattle Washington 98136

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