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Karen M Buckley, LICSW, ACSW, OSW-C
Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Couples Therapy and Divorce Crisis Depression and Bipolar Disabilities Geriatrics and Lifespan Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Medical and Rehabilitation PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Solution Focused Brief Therapy Women's Issues Workplace and Career Providing Clinical Supervision is a joy for me. Supporting professionals in their path to earn their license is an honor. I provide individual and group supervision. My private practice focuses on Adoption Home Studies, Oncology Social Work and General Counseling. I am based in Olympia, Washington& bring a vast knowledge and expertise with my academic & professional experiences. My experience derives from work in Oncology Centers, Psychiatric and Medical Hospitals, Hospice, Physical Rehabilitation & Chronic Pain Management Hospitals, Courts, VA, Employees Assistance Programs, & Social Services including Food Banks, Senior Centers & Group Homes. Extensive professional work and advanced study resulted in earning an Oncology Social Work – Certified (OSWC) credential. This certification is earned for distinguished expertise in social work for oncology, palliative intervention, and end-of-life care.
2608 Pacific Ave SE Suite C Olympia Washington 98501
Clinical Supervisor
Tiffany Cannon-Keiser, MA, LMHC
Adolescents Anxiety Depression and Bipolar Eating Disorders Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Tiffany Cannon-Keiser, MA, LMHC has studied, trained and practiced psychology for over 30 years, receiving academic instruction and clinical training in Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston. As a result of her diverse education and clinical experiences, Tiffany has exceptional skills in developing positive therapeutic relationships with a variety of populations. She has a special interest in, and affinity for, cross cultural counseling, family adjustment to revelations about identity/sexuality and empowering individuals to transcend difficulties in order to heal and find peace.
104 S Freya Street Suite 112C Spokane WA 99202
Erika M Cherry, MS, LMHC
Anxiety Couples Therapy and Divorce Depression and Bipolar Grief and Loss LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Solution Focused Brief Therapy Women's Issues TELE-HEALTH ONLY. I believe life's transitions have a way of creating chaos that can lead to opportunities of understanding and growth. As a mental health therapist, I want to create a space for clients to explore those opportunities with mindful awareness while moving towards discovering their unique path to wellness. I know how difficult navigating healing can be and I am committed to helping you build awareness, understand your needs, and grow. Whether you are trying to define wellness as an individual or a couple, there's no need to do it alone. Let me help you discover your unique path to wellness today.
Seattle WA
Clinical Supervisor
Yukiko Kawabata Hartman
Anxiety Behavioral Health Depression and Bipolar Life Transitions Psychotherapy Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Workplace and Career I provide individual counseling and psychotherapy to adult clients. The issues I treat through my practice are the following: depression, anxiety, relationships(lovers, marriage, parents and adult children, coworker and boss), cross-cultual issues, career/job change support. I speak Japanese and English fluently. Telehealth is available.
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
Sarah Kardelen, MA, LMHC
Adolescents Anxiety Children Consulting and Coaching Crisis Depression and Bipolar Depth Psychology Domestic Violence Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues My private practice, Tapestry Therapy, is founded upon the belief that your life is like a tapestry, consisting of strands of stories that have been woven together to make one larger story. Our story is part of a greater tapestry which is the story of our race, culture, country and the world. Through the work of therapy, we come to understand our stories and decide how we will write future chapters. Living in Turkey for many years deeply impacted and formed who I am, which is a bilingual and bicultural therapist. I approach life and my work through an anti-oppression lens as I provide trauma informed care. As I work with clients of diverse cultures I am mindful of the historical, racial and inter-generational trauma that they have likely experienced. I am also a somatic therapist and am trained in Lifespan Integration. I specialize in the areas of Domestic Violence, Abuse, C-PTSD, and Trauma.
306 Wells Ave S, Suite D Renton WA 98057
Del Knight, PsyD
Anxiety Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Body Positivity (e.g., Health At Every Size, relationship with the body); Gender Identity (e.g., transgender, genderqueer, agender, questioning); Race/Ethnicity (e.g., areas of privilege and non-privilege, specifically addressing intersections of power, privilege, and oppression); Sex (e.g., pleasure, stigma, kink/BDSM); Sexuality (e.g., queer, pansexual, asexual, aromantic, demisexual, questioning); Spirituality (e.g., integration with marginalized identities, spiritual/religious trauma); Trauma (trauma-informed and broad-based multicultural feminist approach not limited to PTSD; inclusive of marginalized identities and experiences with micro/macroaggressions)
1785 NE Sandy Blvd Ste 270 Portland OR 97232
Talitha Laducer, SUDP, AAC
Addictions Adolescents Behavioral Health Groups Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Solution Focused Brief Therapy Currently in CMHC Masters program @ Northwest U. Employed at The Colville Tribes Behavioral Health Program.
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
Michael Lillie LMFT
Anxiety Consulting and Coaching Depression and Bipolar Depth Psychology Domestic Violence EMDR Grief and Loss Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues I specialize in Chronic Traumatization (CPTSD, Dissociative Disorders, Personality Disorders, Attachment Issues, Spiritual Integration of the Christian Faith, Religious and Cult Abuse. I am also available for consultation to other therapists.
1310 South Union Ave. Suite #A-303 Tacoma Washington 98405
Rebecca Nystrom, LMHCA
Adolescents Anxiety Consulting and Coaching Disabilities Domestic Violence Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Hello and welcome! My pronouns are she/her. I welcome all bodies, all abilities, all races & ethnicities, all religions, all sexual orientations, identities, and expressions, all countries of origin, all people. I practice from both feminist and anti-oppression lenses in my work. I value the diversity and unique identity and experiences each of my clients brings into the room. We are all so much more than the labels we have been given. We each deserve to be supported in developing a sense of self rooted in choice and empowerment. We are multi-dimensional. There is so much to each of us, so much below the surface that cannot be seen without taking the time to interact with one another. I have spent a decade facilitating group work with women who had experienced trauma and abuse. My passion is to create an environment in which the stigma and silence surrounding abuse can be broken in the lives of those in our community. I have seen the freedom of healing that can be offered when people are supported by both individual and group therapy. I love working in a group setting because of the ability for attendees to be offered care from others with similar experiences. I focused my graduate work on expanding my knowledge of trauma and abuse. The goal is to bring into focus one's experience of familial, identity-based, religious, and social harms from a framework of one's attachment styles in current relationships. I work with others to identify healing experiences beyond talk therapy by integrating group work with a deeper awareness of one's somatic response to their history of trauma and abuse. I seek opportunities to increase my awareness of the oppression that exists in our community and world. I desire to create a safe place to explore the harm that you have experienced.
2528 Wheaton Way Ste 105 Bremerton WA 98310
Amy L. Riggio, LMHCA
Addictions Anxiety Depression and Bipolar Eating Disorders Grief and Loss Groups LGBTQ Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Women's Issues Swiftly building a strong therapeutic relationship is a crucial goal of my work. A Rogerian approach of empathetic listening, seeking common ground, and unconditional positive regard comes naturally for me; I am honored when a client senses this and feels safe with me. I am drawn (although not limited) to working with individual adults in the following capacities: Addiction, Anxiety, Bereavement, Bipolar Disorder, Crisis, Depression, Domestic Violence, Eating Disorders, Geriatrics, Grief and Loss, Group Therapy, Kink/Poly Community, LGBTQ+ Issues, PTSD, Race and Ethnicity Issues, Suicidal Ideation, Transgender/Non-Binary/Non-Conforming Issues, Trauma, Weight Loss Surgery, and Women’s Issues. While not limited to these modalities, I have found myself drawn to ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), CPT (Cognitive Processing Therapy), DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), and TF-CBT (Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). I have also registered and paid in advance for EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) training once in-person conferences resume.
Tacoma WA
Becky Robbins, MA, LMHC, CEAT, CYT
Anxiety Behavioral Health Consulting and Coaching Depth Psychology Experiential Expressive Art Music and Play Therapies Grief and Loss Life Transitions PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Solution Focused Brief Therapy Women's Issues Workplace and Career Specializing in nature-based therapy, clinical dreamwork, and expressive arts therapy. I use spirituality, nature, mindfulness, embodiment, and self-awareness to co-create the best environment for making desired and/or needed changes.
144 Railroad Ave Suite 212 Edmonds WA 98020
John Stifter, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (LMFTA)
Adolescents Anxiety Consulting and Coaching Couples Therapy and Divorce Crisis Depression and Bipolar Family Therapy Geriatrics and Lifespan Grief and Loss Life Transitions Men's Issues Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Solution Focused Brief Therapy John earned his Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy at Whitworth University. After receiving his undergraduate degree in 2006 from Montana State University, John was a journalist for 15 years. He uses his sincere, inquisitive interest of the human experience in the therapy setting to treat adolescents, adults, couples, and families living with shame, depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, addiction, and life transitions and questions. Trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy for couples and the Circle of Security Core Sensitivities and Parenting for individuals and families, John believes that every person has inherent attachment wounds and behaves accordingly to protect those uncomfortable vulnerabilities. By addressing underlying emotions, he feels privileged to hear clients’ life stories while sitting with them in their pain to begin the process of healing. As the Sufi poet Rumi once wrote, “The cure for pain is in the pain.” John is a husband and father, as well as an avid skier, who finds peace in nature alongside his playful family and dog.
1404 E. 11th avenue Spokane WA 99202
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
Asha Thomas, MS, LICSW
Adolescents Anxiety Behavioral Health Crisis Depression and Bipolar Family Therapy Life Transitions Psychotherapy PTSD Race and Ethnicity Issues Solution Focused Brief Therapy With over eight years of experience in mental health, I help individuals and families create positive changes they seek through a client-centered, empathic approach, and strongly value evidence-based practice. I believe treatment begins with the individual’s symptoms and goals. I specialize in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and regularly utilize informed practices such as Parts Work for trauma, grounding, motivational interviewing (MI), Narrative Therapy, and crisis intervention. I have helped those struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicidal ideation, family conflict, and disconnection from their social environment. My work focuses on working with pre-teens, teens, and young adults. However, I have experience working with adults experiencing psychosis, OCD, and co-occurring disorders.
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