Family therapy services in 98155: Seattle, WA. Relationship and couples counseling.

Family counseling in 98155: Seattle, WA. Honest and effective help for couples, relationships and blended families in and around Seattle, Washington.


Family Therapist

Ken Urie, MA

Licensed Mental Health Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists & Social Workers

Lynnwood, Washington

No matter how you define your "home" or "family", it is often the place and the people you count on for some sense of stability. When family relationships are strained or broken, it can lead to mounting frustrations and daily conflict. There are times when meeting together with two or more family members is what is needed to establish a sense of shared understanding and a vision that will work for everyone. Our counselors at Mill Creek Family Services specialize in helping both individuals and families get back on track with strategies that enhance satisfying and meaningful outcomes for the entire family.

Family Therapist

Heather Abbott, MA, LMHCA

Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate

23106 100th Ave W, Edmonds, Washington

A Family is playful, exhausting, beautiful hard work. There are patches we can all use some new ideas, new ways to connect and understand each other. If you feel like something is a bit off and just not working right in your family right now - come work with me. Let me help you reconnect in new ways and have a safe place to ask for what you need. We all want our families to be the place we can be deeply known, supported, and celebrated. Let's change the patterns that are hurting your family and create a new path forward.

Family Therapist

Karen Morton, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

9415 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, Washington

I help hurting families heal. Often tensions are high and emotions can flare, but in the counseling room I work as a referee and guide to the words and emotions that need to be shared. I ask everyone involved to see the counseling room as a safe place and to honor the desire for peace. Some of the families I work with are in the process of a divorce. The session is used to help explain to the children, in language that is age appropriate, that their parents are separating, but it is not their fault and they are still going to be taken care of. This work is important to reduce the trauma of the divorce and create a healthier post-divorce family.

Family Therapist

Linda James, M.Ed.,MS

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

9415 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, Washington

Family relationships form the beginnings of all other relationships in our life. Learn tools and understanding on improving communication and positive feelings in your home. Difficult relationships can be changed and family members that are stressed can find relief and new patterns of coping. Getting help for your family will pave the road for a healthier home life and the ability for each member to nurture their future relationships.

Family Therapist

Kira Love Flores, MS, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Mill Creek, Washington

Families are complicated systems wherein the whole is truly greater than the sum of its parts. I will help you and your family get past the stuck places of "bad conflict" and learn how to experience "good conflict.” We will work on communication skills while going to the deeper interactional problematic patterns. We will look at questions such as: “Where did mom and dad learn their earliest ‘love lessons?’ What was their family experience growing up? What does your current family do with feelings such as sad, mad, afraid or shame? Do people turn to each other, or away from relationship, and why?” I will provide opportunity for each family member to be heard and resolutions to be reached.

Family Therapist

Julie Stroemel, Psy.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

16000 Bothell Everett Highway, Suite 285, Mill Creek, Washington

The family unit can face any number of difficulties and challenges. Whether you are dealing with parent/child relationships, sibling issues, financial stress, special needs children, a blended family, or any other family-related concern, I am here to help. Together we will seek to identify unmet expectations, underlying concerns, and fears regarding the future. We will formulate an action plan that is agreeable to each family member in an effort to repair relationships, restore unity, and renew joy in your home environment.

Family Therapist

Dwayne Stone, MS, LMHC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

2319 N 45th St. Suite 110, Seattle, Washington

Mental illness and aging can often be a double stigma. There are more than 6 million Americans 85 and older. The number of Americans 85 and older will triple by the year 2050, when the youngest baby boomers turn 86.Older adults and care partners are less likely to identify a problem as a symptom of a mental health disorder. Furthermore, older adults have high rates of late onset mental health disorders (anxiety/depression) and low rates of identification and treatment. Even “mild” mental illness symptoms can have catastrophic consequences in vulnerable older adults. I have experience and training helping older adults and their care givers recognize early warning signs and developing support and support plans.

Family Therapist

Marcie Klevens, MA, LMHCA

Psychotherapist

4649 Sunnyside Avenue N Suite 341 Seattle, Washington 98103, Seattle, Washington

My extensive training in family systems theory helps me to promote better understanding and collaboration between family members. When one or more individuals are having problems I will help you understand them through focusing on family patterns as well as the parts played by individuals. We will come up with ideas and new ways of behaving based on deeper understanding of everyone’s contributing role within the family system. My goal is to help your family become a strong connected support system for any member in need of extra care.

Family Therapist

Doreen Gaffney, MA, MHP, LMHC

Psychotherapist

3429 Fremont Ave N. Suite, Seattle, Washington

My approach will draw from the Family Systems Model. The family dynamic is an intricate system created by the members involved and their individual histories. We will spend time looking at attachment styles and the roles each member plays in the family. I also have extensive experience with families dealing with a member having a mental illness.

Family Therapist

Michelle Barenchi, MA, LMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

3301 Burke Ave N., Suite 220, Seattle, Washington

Even the happiest families hit speed bumps along the way. Sometimes tension can build in the home, or you feel less like a family unit. The family system continues to shift and develop as new dynamics and expectations grow. As you age, as your children age, and as the world around you changes, it’s important for the family system to adjust, and for communication patterns to shift. In family therapy with me, we will examine relationship patterns, ones that have transcended through generations and ones that are created between current family members. We will create new ways of relating and communicating to improve the overall functioning of the family as a whole system. Together, as a family, you have the capacity to create new and healthy patterns that...(view profile to read more)

Family Therapist

Anavadya Taylor, MSW

Individual, Relationship and Group Counselor

Houghton, Kirkland/Seattle, Washington

-decrease fighting, bickering and tension in daily life -dismantle unhealthy family dynamics -foster respect for differences -encourage honest and direct communication -enhance openhearted and honest relationships -fortify the husband/wife partnership -support development of healthy children -increase happiness and peace of mind -located in Bellevue/Kirkland Vicinity

Family Therapist

Folktown Counseling, LMHC

Licensed Therapists

1900 Dock Place, Suite #3, Seattle, Washington

As a relational therapist I typically work individually with you and do not meet with other members of your family. However we will discuss family dynamics and family or origin issues in the course of our work together. As we identify family issues we may at times role-play to give you the practice of representing yourself differently with your family. I see the role of your family of origin to be vital in understanding you as a client and the way in which you relate to others. As people we are molded from our relationships and our family is our first and most foundational relationship in our lives. Naturally we take on patterns of our family subconsciously. My work aims to help make

Family Therapist

John White, LICSW, CMHS

Mental Health Therapist

1417 NW 54th St, Suite 480, Seattle, Washington

Family dynamics are complicated. When problems arise in families, it is often very difficult for those who are deeply, personally involved in the situation to be able to see or understand the underlying causes and solutions to these difficulties. Family therapy is a very beneficial way for you and your family to be able to address their concerns in a safe atmosphere. Having a professional who is trained and has experience in conflict resolution and increasing communication can be effective in helping your family move forward towards recovery and harmony in a way that is often simply not possible on your own. Please feel free to contact me to see if family therapy is right for your family.



98155 is a zip code located in King County and part of Seattle, Washington. It has a land area of 7.576 square miles.  The population of 98155 is 32,778 people.