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Jody Myers, M.A.
Location: 1812 E. Madison St., Seattle 98122
Fast Contact: Email or Call Jody.
|Grief and Loss||Communication|
|Family of origin issues||self awareness|
I believe that being authentic and leading with your heart, leads to happiness and fulfillment. I want to help you find that truth and live it. I understand and accept that whatever you have been doing until now makes perfect sense.
Linda James, M.Ed.,MS
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 9415 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle 98115
Fast Contact: Email or Call Linda.
|Improving Communication||Marriage Therapy|
|Lowering Anxiety||Improving Depression|
|Dealing With Your Past||Parenting|
I am a Marriage and Family Therapist. I work with individuals and couples who feel there is a void in their life. Being in a relationship where you feel lonely or depressed can be draining and defeating. Many people try to fill this void without success. Let me help.
Julie Holt, MA, LMHC
Location: 2366 Eastlake Avenue East, Suite 417, Seattle 98102
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Making life worthwhile, fulfilling, and gratifying is much more attainable with my help. I look at my client's world from a systemic lens. This means that together we figure out how to create long lasting and effective changes that really work to get you what you want.
Parke Burgess, MA
Location: 1607 Dexter Avenue North, Suite 1C, Seattle 98109
Fast Contact: Email or Call Parke.
|Life Transitions||Existential Issues|
I am committed to offering psychotherapy of the highest possible integrity, ensuring that you feel not only safe and supported in our therapeutic relationship but, more, that you feel free to explore even the most challenging parts of your own experience with me.
Leonora Cabrera, MA, LMHC
Licensed mental health counselor
Location: 1800 Market St, #200, Seattle 98107
Fast Contact: Email or Call Leonora.
|DBT||Loss and Grief|
|Domestic Violence||Toxic Relationships|
Relationships can hurt us, but they can also be the very thing we need to grow and change the negative into a positive. We can take our pain into a learning experience that will help us grow. The right therapeutic relationship can help you achieve this.
Rachel Beth Newman, MA, MRP, LMHCA
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
Location: 2319 N. 45th St., Seattle 98103
Fast Contact: Email or Call Rachel Beth.
You can live a FULFILLING LIFE. Are you a teen, adult, or family dealing with fighting, anger, angst, separation, loss, depression, anxiety or other difficult issues? I provide HOPE and SUPPORT with EMPOWERING, MINDFULL THERAPY based on yoga philosophy.
Claire Hatch, LICSW
Location Near Therapist: Seattle, WA
Fast Contact: Email or Call Claire.
|Couples Counseling||Marriage Counseling|
|Individual Counseling||Stress Management|
|Raising Self Esteem||Making Life Decisions|
Do you want to stop having the same argument over and over? And get your connection back? Read about my counseling services at www.clairehatch.com. Check out my book, "Save Your Marriage: Get Rid of Your Resentment" on Amazon.
Mary Guay, LMFT, CPC
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Certified Prof Coach
Location Near Therapist: Seattle, WA
Fast Contact: Email or Call Mary.
|Women's Issues||Relationship Issues|
|Life Coaching||Midlife Issues|
|Anxiety And Mood Disorders||Empowerment|
|Wholehearted Living||Problem Solving|
At a crossroads and ready to get more meaning out of life? Confused about where to go from here to create more happiness and satisfaction and less stress? Feeling stuck in a job or relationship? I'll partner with you to learn how to turn challenges into opportunities!
Cyndee Baldwin, MA, LMHC
Relational Psychotherapist / Counselor
Location: 1818 Westlake Ave N, Suite 419, Seattle 98109
Fast Contact: Email or Call Cyndee.
|Relationship Issues||Grief And Loss|
|Anxiety||Sexual Abuse/ Sexual Addiction|
|Life Transition Phases||Young Adult Confusion/ Stress|
I will help you transform your relationships in life, while understanding yourself and others in a more meaningful way, maintain a truthful and accurate self-esteem, and to face life's challenges with more freedom and flexibility.
Patti Nequette, MA, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Location: 1904 Third Ave Suite 229, Seattle 98101
Fast Contact: Email or Call Patti.
|Marriage and Couples therapy||Relationship Issues|
|Adjustment Disorders||Individual therapy|
|Anxiety Disorders||Mood and Depressive Disorders|
|Abuse Survivor Issues||Self-Esteem |
Know Yourself More Deeply - Live and Love More Fully - Create the Life You Want
I believe there is wisdom in all of your actions, even those that currently hinder you. I can help you close the gap between where you are now and where you want to be.
City of Seattle
Washington Mental Health Professions Licensure
Therapy Seattle, WA
Lynnwood, Bothell, SeaTac, South Seattle, West Side, U District, University, Bainbridge
The Emerald City, nicknamed for the lush evergreen forests surrounding this Pacific Northwest area is the largest coastal port city in this region. Surrounded by the waters of Lake Washington and Puget Sound, it is approximately 100 miles south of the Canadian-United States border.1 European settlers arrived in the mid 1800s, and now Seattle's population is over 630,000 people.1 The metro area that includes Tacoma, Bellevue and Everett has well over 3 million people. In 1971 three friends opened the first Starbucks at Pike Place Market in Seattle and from there expanded to foreign soil at the Waterfront Station in Vancouver, British Columbia. For a day of family fun, consider a visit to the Pacific Science Center. Children love to learn about how our world works and will be fascinated with the exhibits. Microsoft, the world's largest software manufacturer, moved to Bellevue in 1979. Seattleites have been referred to as the most literate and educated of people among American cities.
Mental Health in Seattle
As in many cities across the nation, some Seattle residents struggle with substance abuse. However, a greater percentage of Seattle citizens use drugs than citizens in many other cities. Nearly 20 percent of people 12 years of age or older in Seattle report having used an illegal drug in the past year, which far surpasses the national average of 14.7 percent. Over 9 percent of adults in Seattle have a substance abuse disorder and another 7.5 percent struggle with depression.2 As a result, thousands of people in the Seattle area are living with a mental health issue that would benefit greatly from therapy and clincial treatment.
Dozens of support groups are offered in the Seattle area for people who live with mental illness. Those who have an obsessive-compulsive disorder and their family members can participate in the OCD/Hoarding group. Family support groups for those with a loved one who has a serious and persistent mental illness meet throughout the city. Young adults who live with psychosis can find encouragement in the Appreciative Living Group. All groups are conducted by the Seattle chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness and are offered for free. For information about group meeting times and locations, please call 206-783-9264.3
The College of Education at Seattle University offers a Master's Degree program in Community Counseling that prepares students to work with individuals, groups, and families on a variety of mental health related issues. Students receive comprehensive theoretical instruction in therapeutic techniques, counseling, and psychology. Students also acquire tools that allow them to provide services that are respectful, ethica, and culturally competent. Graduates of the program are qualified to work in counseling settings, career education settings, and community mental health settings. Additional information about the program is available by calling 206-296-5750.4
1. United States Census Bureau. (2014). State and County Quickfacts
. Retrieved from http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/53/5363000.html
2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2012). Substance Use and Mental Disorders in the Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue MSA
. Retrieved from http://www.samhsa.gov/data/NSDUHMetroBriefReports/NSDUH-Metro-Seattle.pdfa
3. National Alliance on Mental Illness. (2014). Support Group Calendar
. Retrieved from http://www.nami-greaterseattle.org/support.html
4. Seattle University. (2008). Community Counseling
. Retrieved from http://www.seattleu.edu/coe/counseling/Default.aspx?id=5492