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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
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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

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