Mario White, M.A., LMHCA
843 6th St. Suite 220, Bremerton, WA
As both a pastor and a therapist, I have a unique opportunity to have a positive impact in your life. I am passionate about weaving theology and psychology together in a way that lays a foundation for Jesus to change the human heart. Our work together will help you explore your true identity in Christ, addressing potential theological questions or roadblocks you may have and applying Biblical principles to your situation so you can be more aware of how to choose to live a life within God's will. Active prayer listening, addressing spiritual/Biblical matters and helping you encounter Jesus are all potential disciplines that we may utilize in our time together if you wish.
Folktown Counseling, LMHC
1900 Dock Place, Suite #3, Seattle, WA
KAREN KIRSCH, LMHCA: "As a counselor who is a Christian, I value the integration of faith for one’s emotional wellbeing. You may have spent many hours reading and integrating the scriptures into your life, and yet, you find that your life is still without peace and maybe you question if God really cares about you. Our work together includes exploring the questions that you have and learning new ways to relate to yourself, others, and God, so that you experience God’s breath of life and hope. At core, my work with you is to hold to biblical foundations and walk with you on your journey of healing and redemption."
Steve Dill, MA. LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
611 Main St. Suite F, Edmonds, WA
My Christian faith leads me to believe that our problems are often a source of potential growth rather then merely a symptom or sign of personal failure. I believe God is good that He loves us and not only has the power to help us but is THE power calling us and equipping us toward a hope filled destiny. My thinking is influenced by Leanne Payne, Henri Nouwen, John Eldredge, Dan Allender and much of the recovery movements focus on the Twelve Steps. I am an evangelical but when not working with Christians my goal is to honor their process right where they are and not exercise undue influence. Much of my reading in the field is from authorities that are not Christian but are profoundly helpful
Shelley Bartels, MA, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
600 Main Street, Suite D, Edmonds, WA
My approach to counseling is shaped by my Christian worldview. As a biblical, Christian counselor its my desire that Christ enable me to participate in His work of transformation in people’s lives. Christianity teaches that we are created to be in relationship with God and one another, but because of brokenness in our world our frustrated longings for relationship can result in many problems. I welcome integrating your Christian faith into your counseling experience, exploring how your faith influences your decisions, thoughts and emotions. Whether you're dealing with depression, anger, anxiety or relational struggles you can regain joy, strength, improved relationships and peace.
Heather Abbott, MA, LMHCA
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
23106 100th Ave W, Edmonds, WA
We all have hard seasons, seasons of stuckness and the need for more care. As a strong follower of Christ I understand how important it is to meet with a counselor who understands my values and wants me to have healing and know Jesus in new ways in that process. I love Jesus. I love the Church - but I also recognize the church is full of flawed humans and there is a lot of confusion and "extras" we start picking up by accident about what faith and life in Christ means. One huge area is "shoulds" and pressures that can easily trip you up. Let's untangle the mixture of shame and guilt you have inherited so you can live with more freedom and more of God's grace.
Darchelle Worley, MA, LMHCA
3417 Fremont Ave N, Ste 314, Seattle, WA
A lifelong Christian, I have deep passion and ability to come alongside others who believe, yet find themselves struggling. My years of experience working with individuals and in personal growth seminars have provided space for Christians to safely and helpfully explore and resolve stressful issues often unaddressed or unwelcome in church - such as anxiety, pressuring expectations, anger, low self-esteem, family and relational conflict, the often secret burden of abuse, the experience of judging or being judged, feelings of "missing the mark," unforgiveness, doubt and disillusionment...to name a few. Through our work together, you can find relief, freedom, hope, meaning and purpose.
Cyndee Baldwin, MA, LMHC
Relational Psychotherapist / Counselor
1818 Westlake Ave N, Suite 419, Seattle, WA
I see things through the eyes of faith, hope and love. In our time together, you can be assured that I will work with you from this core. Sometimes it is helpful to know that your therapist has a core belief in the one who made us. I am a therapist who believes and will work with you and for you, on your behalf to bring faith, hope and love into our sessions.
Eric Borgh, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
2900 Eastlake Ave E Ste 220, Seattle, WA
I like to consider Christian therapy through a couple of categories. For many years we've confessed sins and truths to God and each other as the church; therapy is a place to be honest and seek what is true without having to hide anything. It's also a lot like what we find in wisdom literature (Psalms, Proverbs, Job and others) where hopes and fears and desires are voiced before God. These things bring us into relationship with God, ourselves, and others. This work is deeply connected to my faith- with it I can offer a helping hand in navigating life's difficulties.
Linda James, M.Ed.,MS
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
9415 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA
As a Christian it is comforting to know that your therapist has the same beliefs that you do. Feel safe sharing your concerns in a judgement free environment. Be confident that the changes you want to see as a result of working together will be mine as well. Better self esteem, healing from past friendships, couple relationships or family dynamics can be addressed and improved. Anxiety, depression, feelings of failure can all be changed. Understanding what troubles you and how to live differently is what I want to help you achieve. I offer a comfortable and confidential counseling environment. Located conveniently in North Seattle.
Phil Templeton, PhD, LMFT
Licensed Individual, Marriage & Family Therapist
Cedar Park Counseling Network, 18737 68th Avenue NE, Kenmore, WA
Where can you go for counseling that is consistent with your Christian worldview? Dr. T is a seminary-trained minister who is also a professionally trained counselor. In more than 25 years of counseling, he has helped Christians from all types of church backgrounds to deal with personal and relationship problems within a practical, Biblical approach. "Grace and Knowing God" was his PhD paper, because he strongly believes that living in grace and in an intimate relationship with God is THE way to live!