Counseling in Bellevue, WA. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Affordable therapists near you in Bellevue, Washington will help you make the changes you want.

Sam Louie, MA, LMHC

Sam Louie, MA, LMHC

Licensed Psychotherapist

1611 116th Ave. NE #134, Bellevue, Washington 98004 | 206-778-2686

I am a licensed psychotherapist providing treatment to individuals, couples, and families for a range of problems including relationship issues, addictions, and anxiety. I specialize in problematic sexual issues/addictions, multicultural issues, and trauma.

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

At Home or Private Discreet Intensives

Grey Matters Intl & Dr. Kevin Fleming(cited expert for NY Times, CNN, Fortune, Sporting News)is all about bold thinking & neuroscience innovation in getting mood/behavior change when shrinking,feel good self-help, and pills aren't cutting it. Indiv/couples/family.

Doug McClosky, MS,LMFT

Doug McClosky, MS,LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

1611 116th Ave NE, Suite 105, Bellevue, Washington 98004 | 206-245-8993

I assist adults, teens, families, and children who are seeking happier, better balanced lives. My approach is encouraging, hopeful, creative, and sometimes humorous. You can expect to find a much deeper understanding of yourself as well as practical solutions.



Psychoanalyst and psychotherapist

725 9th Ave., Suite 1507, Seattle, Washington 98104 | 206-860-2962

Beginning therapy is a brave step. Finding a therapist who is a good match for you is an essential first step in creating the life changes that you want to see. I will offer you a warm and safe place to explore whatever concerns you may have.

Anavadya Taylor, MSW

Anavadya Taylor, MSW

Individual, Relationship and Group Counselor

Kirkland, Washington 98033 | Email

I offer clear guidance to each person's specific needs and abilities. There is unimagined benefit to clearing emotional reactivity, over-thinking, and behavioral patterns that hinder emotional and mental stability. You embark on a path to well-being and meaning.

Ross Kellogg, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Ross Kellogg, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Seattle, Washington 98101 | 619-771-1797

Related Sites:
City of Bellevue, WA
Washington State Department of Health Mental Health Professions

Therapy Bellevue, WA

Counseling Midlakes, Medina, Beaux Arts Village, Overlake, Mercer Island, Sammamish

Looking out over the sparkling waves of Lake Washington into metropolitan Seattle, the city of Bellevue has long been considered a mere satellite of its bigger cousin, but the 21st century changed all that. Since the turn of the millennium, this city has been growing by leaps and bounds, both in population and in urban development. At the core of it all there is Lincoln Square in Downtown, which opened in 2005, featuring every sort of material delight, from upscale shopping and innovative fine-dining to tension-relieving, high-end spas. Catch a flick, play some pool, go for a family ski trip on Lake Sammamish, there is much to enjoy here as local residents understand the need for down-time.1

Mental Health in Bellevue

The stress of unemployment can often be compounded by poverty, hunger and homelessness. This, in turn, can lead to significant mental health concerns including substance abuse, uncontrollable anger, and depression. Fortunately, Goodwill offers job training and educational classes at their Bellevue Center in order to help people get back on their feet and do so with improved skills and a renewed sense of hope. Computer courses provide valuable job skills, while English classes help people hone their speaking, reading and writing abilities. The drop-in job search lab is a great resource for individuals to find employment. Call Goodwill at 425-289-0040 for further details about these free services.2

When a mentally ill person is in the midst of a crisis, law enforcement officers are often called upon. To ensure the safety of the mentally ill, the Bellevue Police Department has developed guidelines for officers to recognize and deal with a mentally ill person in a safe, effective and caring manner. Officers are trained to understand common symptoms of mental illness, including confusion, memory loss, incoherent speech and hallucinations. Officers are also trained to take measures to help calm a person who is highly agitated. These measures are taken to ensure that the individual remains safe and does not pose a threat to him or herself, to the officer, or to the general public.3 For more information, call 206-461-3200. Individuals in the midst of a mental health crisis can call the King County Crisis Clinic at 1-866-427-4747 for immediate help.

Current Initiatives

In 2005, the Bellevue City Council sought for more priority funds for mental illness and drug dependency services. The funds, which came from a new county sales tax designed to pay for mental illness and drug dependency services, were earmarked for community-based programs, jail and hospital diversion initiatives and school programs to assist youth.4 In 2005, a state law was passed authorizing counties to impose a one-tenth of 1 percent sales tax for new or expanded mental health and chemical dependency treatment services. The tax, which went into effect in 2008, generates over $32 million each year. As a result of these city initiatives, mental health services in Bellevue have been greatly expanded and improved.5 To inquire about these and other city programs, call 425-452-4090.


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2. Goodwill. (2017). Bellevue Job Training and Education Center. Retrieved from
3. City of Bellevue. (2017). Police Policy Manual CALEA 41.2.7 - The Mentally Ill Person. Retrieved from
4. City of Bellevue. (2008). Council Roundup: I-405 projects. Retrieved from
5. City Data. (2016). Bellevue, WA. Retrieved from

Bellevue is located in King County, Washington. It has a land area of 33.47 square miles and a water area of 0.25 square miles.  The population of Bellevue is 139,820 people with 54,216 households and a median annual income of $94,638. .

Therapy Affordability Meter for Bellevue, WA

Very Affordable

Booking a weekly counseling session with a licensed therapist in Bellevue is not a large financial issue for the majority of people in this area. Sustaining a commitment to mental health treatment is easily accessible for the average family, but ask your therapist if there are any concerns as many will accept insurance or even offer sliding scale fees. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Bellevue public health department.