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Licensed Mental Health Counselors,
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists,
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Fremont District area
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, Washington (WA) 98103



photo of counselor therapist Joe Guppy of Seattle WA 98103Joe GuppyMA, LMHC  
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
(206) 547-5506
753 N. 35th Street, Suite #311, Seattle, WA 98103
Niche Specialty©: Sexuality or Sexual Intimacy Issues (also Sexual Abuse or Sex Addiction). Behavior Change Specialist—are you questioning or troubled by your behavior related to sexuality (e.g: porn use, affairs, romantic obsession); alcohol and other drugs; or internet use? I can help you assess these areas and make changes, using a variety of therapeutic approaches.
Location: Fremont Professional Bldg., 35th & Troll Ave, down the hill from Fremont Troll
General Practice Area: I work with individual adults, couples, and young adults who are dealing with issues such as: emotional challenges (e.g., anxiety, anger, depression, grief), recovery from unwanted behaviors such as excessive use of substances, compulsive sexuality or internet use, relationship problems, spiritual concerns of any kind. In addition to traditional talk therapy discussion, I use mind-body awareness, meditation exercises, and the creative arts, such as narrative, drawing or writing as possible therapeutic tools. My first goal is to create a welcoming, respectful and confidential space for authentic dialogue. My approach combines working toward practical change with the potential of exploring issues on a deeper level. With individuals, I encourage emotional, cognitive and mind-body mindfulness, and an exploration of life themes and family patterns. My work with young adults is engaged and informal. In couples counseling, I favor the ideas of John Gottman and Harville Hendrix, who call for friendship, passion and safety within relationships. Fifteen years professional counseling experience.
[ Email Joe Guppy ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist Dianne (formerly Mallory) Stegbauer of Seattle WA 98103Pathways Counseling
Dianne (formerly Mallory) Stegbauer, MA, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
(206) 478-9749
3414 1/2 Fremont Ave N, Suite #D, Seattle, WA 98103
Location: Fremont Avenue, Across from Starbuck's.
General Practice Area: Thanks for looking at my information. I work with adults individually and couples. The process of counseling usually starts with us getting to know each other a little, then sharing what issues you would like help with and what you'd like to accomplish. I have been in the mental health field for almost 20 years. I work with adults from 21 - 65+. Typical issues I work with are: depression,relationships problems, grief and loss due death or break-up wih-friend,partner,family member, sibling, loss of career). Life or career transitions, empty-nest adjustment (all the kids are out), divorce, how to prepare for an enjoyable retirement(no legal issues), anxiety/stress, self-esteem/self-acceptance/confidence, communication skills in relationships, co-dependency/care-taking issues, midlife crisis (male & female), infidelity in relationships, addressing your life/relationships now that you're clean/sober: clean/sober - I only counsel for substance issues on case by case circumstances, meaning where you are in the process. I am not certified for court ordered counseling. My approach is basically from a humanistic theory of practice; essentially this is a common sense approach to help people by tailoring therapy to your needs & goals rather than a specific approach. The question is what is working for you and what isn't working for you? Then learning how to live according to what you really want and need. People who learn how to live authentically and freely usually find their lives are happier. Additionally I use - CBT (cognitive/behavioral therapy),this is therapy related to current issues and how to modify your negative thoughts & behavior to better deal w/present situations that are causing you problems frequently. With couples/partner counseling I use many of the techniques and skill sets developed by Gottman & Hendricks as well as others. My goal for you is to have a better sense of who you are and what you want and need and to experience a more enjoyable, fulfilling life based on your beliefs and values and of course what you'd like to get from counseling. I find people achieve this by learning self-direction, learning how to make choices that lead them to what they want from life,increasing self-awareness, self-acceptance, learning how to feel emotions rather than ignore/repress them, perhaps forgiveness of self or others and approaching your life as an opportunity for a new beginning rather than defining yourself by past mistakes, bad experiences or others opinions. This may be learning your own sense of self rather than who you've been based on what was imposed on you by society, family or other outside major influences that may have shaped you. I offer a free 30 minute meet/greet session for those without insurance coverage.
[ Email Dianne Stegbauer ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist Rose Goodman of Seattle WA 98103-8812Rose Goodman, MA, LMHC 
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
(206) 783-3498
3414 1/2 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103-8812
Location: Seattle - Fremont
General Practice Area: I love my work and bring acceptance, curiosity and care to your experiences and concerns. My approach to therapy is a collaborative process that fosters self-awareness. Through this process, I can help you gain a deeper understanding of your thoughts, emotions and relational patterns. We can explore your experience through dialogue, drawing, movement, body awareness, and visualizations. As you see in my photo, Luna, my assistant, accompanies us in our work. She has become a trusted companion to many. Some common concerns I work with are: relationship issues, anxiety, depression, stress, trauma recovery, and life transitions, such as bereavement, illness, marriage, divorce or career change. The following professional interests inform my work: relational psychotherapy, attachment and neurobiological research, somatic awareness, existential and Jungian perspectives, mindfulness-based stress reduction, psychodrama and group therapy. I am a preferred provider for Premera, Lifewise, and Regence/Uniform and regularly work with Aetna patients as an out-of-network provider. I accept checks, cash and credit cards.
[ Email Rose Goodman ]


Jane JohnstonMA, LMHC  
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
(206) 285-0412
5417 Baker Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107
Niche Specialty©: Relationship Problems. Relationship issues and concerns.
Location: Fremont area of Seattle.
General Practice Area: ADD (attention deficit disorder) counseling, worry, anxiety, panic attacks, depression, low self-esteem, relationship issues, wanting more meaning or direction in your life, persons with a history of abuse or neglect, difficulty in staying focused, feeling stuck, frequently critical towards self or others, life changes or losses. I work in an empathetic & well-rounded way that inquires into your thoughts and feelings. This is to clarify your patterns so that you can come into different and more successful ways of being. Individuals, couples or families.
[ Email Jane Johnston ]


photo of counselor therapist Jane Tornatore of Seattle WA 98103Jane Tornatore, Ph.D., LMFT  
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
(206) 769-8108
1914 N. 34th St, Suite 400, Seattle, WA 98103
Niche Specialty©: Women's Issues. I run monthly, and 6-week exploration groups for women over 40 who never had children. The purpose of these groups is to support women to explore what it means to not follow the path usually chosen by women in this society. While grief can be a part of this journey, the freedom we have, and what we chose to do with that freedom, is a major characteristic of these groups.
Location: In Wallingford/Fremont on the North side of Lake Union, near Gas Works Park.
General Practice Area: My therapy work has been particularly effective for: • Transforming stress, depression, and anxiety; • Individuals and families in transition; • Resolving family conflict; • Aging issues and Alzheimer's/dementia; • Individuals who have decided it is time to live up to their dreams. I work most effectively with people who: • Are ready to embrace the person they always knew they could be; • Choose to let go of limiting beliefs and patterns; • Are willing to see issues from different perspectives; • Take responsibility for their own life; • Are willing to face their fears and walk through them; • Like to laugh!
[ Email Jane Tornatore ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist Melissa Wood Brewster of Seattle WA 98103Melissa Wood Brewster, MSS, LICSW
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
(206) 409-1266
753 N 35th St, Suite #102, Seattle, WA 98103
Niche Specialty©: Addictions of all kinds. Counseling adult children of addicts (ACOA) or individuals in relationship with an addict of some kind.
Location: My office is in the Fremont Professional Building, located two doors East of the Fremont Public Library and next to the Aurora (99) bridge.
General Practice Area: Counseling for adults, individuals and couples. Depression, anxiety, Adult Children Of Alcoholics, and adults in transition, parenting, relationships, self-esteem issues, and stress management. Finding a balance between availability to others and self-preservation. Proficient in American Sign Language and experienced in working with deaf and hard of hearing adults. Cognitive, relational, mindfulness-based and psychodynamic approaches with emphasis on emotional content. [ Email Melissa Wood Brewster ]


photo of counselor therapist Laura Wagner of Seattle WA 98103Clearwater Counseling
Laura WagnerMA, LMHC, NCC, ESA  
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
(206) 261-3145
4425 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
Niche Specialty©: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. I use cognitive behavioral and mindfulness therapy when working with adults and teenagers. These therapies help one remain present, realize and change unhealthy thoughts, and support a peaceful mind.
Location: Bossa Nova Healing Arts Center is on Fremont Ave between 44th & 45th St across from Market Time Grocery Store.
General Practice Area: Cognitive Behavioral and Mindfulness based therapy for adolescents and adults. I am trained and experienced in working with a wide age range of clients. As a previous school counselor I enjoy supporting youth through the changes in their life, and help guide them to make positive choices and build trusting relationships with family members. I enjoy supporting adult clients with such issues as building self-esteem, overcoming depression and anxiety, grieving a painful loss, creating healthy relationships, entering college and other life transitions, and developing mindfulness. In therapy, I create an empathetic environment in which clients do not feel judged. I feel it is important to explore a client's past experiences and family of origin, as I believe our pasts greatly influence who we are. I use cognitive-behavioral and mindfulness therapy which has shown to be very effective for those suffering from anxiety, depression, and low self esteem. It is based on the theory that our thoughts, rather than external events, generate our feelings. I teach relaxation and meditation techniques to clients of all ages when appropriate.
[ Email Laura Wagner ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist Amy Wilter of Seattle WA 98103Amy Wilter Counseling
Amy WilterPh.D., LMHC  
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
(206) 613-9057
3417 Fremont Avenue N., Seattle, WA 98103
Location: Office located in the heart of Fremont near the Fremont Bridge.
General Practice Area: I work with adolescents and adults experiencing anxiety, depression, mood swings, and PTSD. My approach is strengths-based and collaborative. I work with clients to enhance personal strengths while offering additional tools found in cognitive-behavioral treatments and DBT mindfulness-based skills. When indicated, I incorporate EMDR to treat PTSD; reduce anxiety and depression symptoms; strengthen coping skills including spiritual resources; and for performance enhancement on tests, interviews, and presentations. Finally, for clients seeking insight into how early relationships may be impacting their current relationships and well-being, I offer exploration in an accepting, interactive therapy relationship. Specific modalities: Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR); Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD (PE); Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) skills facilitation; and Mastery of Anxiety and Panic for Adolescents (MAP-A). I also offer psychological, ADHD, and learning disability evaluations. Contact me if you are in need of an evaluation, have questions about the kind of evaluation you need, or want to know more about the evaluation process. If I cannot service your assessment needs, I will refer you to an appropriate colleague. I offer a complimentary first appointment to provide you a chance to get your questions answered face-to-face and get a feel for me and my office space. Welcome!
[ Email Amy Wilter ]


photo of counselor therapist Katie Talbott of Seattle WA 98103Katie TalbottMA, LMHCA  
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
(206) 335-5677
720 North 35th St, Seattle, WA 98103
Location: Fremont Healing Arts is located just east of the intersection of North 35th St and Fremont Ave.
General Practice Area: Individual adults. I provide sensitive, thoughtful therapy for men and women who are looking not only for relief from suffering, but for a connection with the deeper truth of their life. My work is based on the principle that all life is interconnected, and that real satisfaction and purpose comes from finding and relaxing into our place in that web. I specialize in working with adults who are longing to feel more at home, whether that means finding more self acceptance, claiming their work in the world, engaging with their community, or attuning to their own spiritual direction. I strive to approach you with kindness, acceptance, empathy and a deep commitment to your being heard and understood. At the same time, I will challenge you to find greater clarity, and to live your life with integrity and wholeness. Specific reasons people come to me include: major life changes, indecision, anxiety, spiritual questions, grief and loss, questions about meaning and purpose, and a desire to grow into their full potential. I graduated from Whitman College in 1988 with a BA in Biology and Theology, and completed my graduate work in systems counseling at the Leadership Institute of Seattle in 2010. I am a certified Hakomi Therapist and have trained in visualization-style meditation, mindfulness meditation, and Nonviolent Communication. My approach to counseling grows out of time spent in the natural world and my 25 years of marriage to my husband.
[ Email Katie Talbott ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist Marin Maciel of Seattle WA 98109Marin MacielMA, LMHC  
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
(206) 790-4914
1800 Westlake Ave N, Suite #303, Seattle, WA 98109
Location: ON LAKE UNION- Within a professional building suite, overlooking lake union, with plenty of parking. (Parking on Westlaks side of parking lot is free).
General Practice Area: Psychotherapy is an intentional process engaged in to improve ones sense of wellbeing. Therapy can assist you to gain insight into how to create the experiences that you ultimately desire in life. I engage in a flexible and adaptive approach, utilizing various therapeutic interventions to assist you towards this goal. My roles is to support you towards greater freedom from issues which cause you discomfort, so that you create welcomed emotional-life experiences. I integrate, Humanistic, Person-Centered, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Existential psychotherapeutic theory, depending on what is anticipated to be most helpful for you. Additional modalities/theories studied (Jungian psychology, REBT, Mindfulness, Psychodynamic, Family Systems, Couples therapy, DBT and others). Outside of my Private Practie, as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor at Harborview Medical Center, I provide Vocational Rehabilitation for individuals with neurological disorders including Stroke,Traumatic Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis,and other neurological disorders. I have over 10 years experience to include working as a Rehabilitation Counselor and as a Mental Health Therapist with individuals from young adulthood - older adulthood, as well as with clients with co-occurring disorders. In addition, I have experience with the struggles and emotional experiences endured by individuals & family members fighting cancer. I look forward assisting you towards your personal goals. Free phone consultation.
[ Email Marin Maciel ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist Maggie Hollinbeck of Seattle WA 98103Maggie Hollinbeck, MA, LMHCA  
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
(206) 395-8138
3414 1/2 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
Location: Conveniently located across the street from the Fremont PCC
General Practice Area: Holistic Psychotherapist: If you're here, I imagine you're seeking freedom and relief from something that is disturbing your life - maybe your relationships are suffering, or work just isn't as satisfying as it used to be (or never was), or you find that "old business" keeps cropping up and making things difficult. You may have been to therapy before, maybe even a few different therapists, and you found it helpful enough that you're here now...but maybe it only took you so far. You want more. You want to feel truly alive! I use a holistic approach, mindful of how the mind, body and spirit work together. If you suffer from "old business", which tends to get stuck in the body, this can be very helpful. Holistic work also illuminates family entanglements and other unconscious processes that affect us below the surface. I have a Master's degree in Clinical Psychology and have been practicing psychotherapy since 2001. My tools have been developed organically over time based on practice in depth psychology, Energy Psychology, systemic constellation work, Reiki, yoga, Inner Bonding, shamanic practices, and other personal growth paths.
[ Email Maggie Hollinbeck ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist Dawn Dickson of Seattle WA 98103Dawn Dickson, MSW, LICSW
Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
(206) 777-5283
753 North 35th ST, Suite #208, Seattle, WA 98103
Niche Specialty©: Jungian Psychotherapist
Location: Brick building at the corner of 35th and Troll. Just down the street from the famous bridge-troll.
General Practice Area: I offer psychotherapy services from Jungian, psychodynamic, insight oriented and mindfulness-based approaches. While an insight oriented approach allow individuals to explore the inner-landscape to effect change, mindfulness-based practice can give people effective calming tools. The combination is powerful. I draw from these and other modalities to tailor therapy to the individual to help them meet their therapy goals. I have twenty-years experience providing counseling, therapy, and group process in multiple settings focused on acute and chronic illness, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, stress-management, life transitions, trauma, adjustment to change, and personal growth.


photo of counselor therapist Adriene Taulbee of Seattle WA 98103Vritti Integrative Psychotherapy
Adriene Taulbee, MALMFTA
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
(253) 961-9709
3417 Evanston Avenue North, Suite #304, Seattle, WA 98103
Niche Specialty©: Mindfulness Counseling and Psychotherapy. "Yoga is the practice of tolerating the consequence of being yourself."-The Bhagavad-Gita
Location: Saturn Building in the heart of Fremont. Across the street from PCC.
General Practice Area: Life brings many challenges for us all. You may be considering therapy because you are feeling stuck or dissatisfied with some parts of your life. My approach is to integrate my training as a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Registered Yoga Teacher, to create balance in my client's lives. I use traditional "talk" therapy, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, while applying complementary approaches/techniques such as breathing exercises, easy meditations, as well as mantras to empower self regulation and increase a feeling of self efficacy and control. As an integrative therapist, my goal is to assist you in uncovering your authentic self and to help you lead a life to your fullest potential. In working with a variety of clients over the years, I have seen firsthand, the positive transformation in client's lives guided by meditation, yoga and psychotherapy. I holistically support my clients towards optimal functioning by integrating mood management strategies and provide skill set that can be used to calm the mind, body, and soul. I received my degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pacific Lutheran University. I am also a Kripalu Registered Yoga Teacher and have incorporated over ten years of self practice. My credentials include clinical therapist at Good Samaritan Hospital as well as small private clinic settings. I have worked in mental health for nearly ten years, where I've helped hundreds of clients lives.
[ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist Kimberly Slagle of Seattle WA 98103Empathic Counseling
Kimberly Slagle, MALMFTA
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
(206) 499-4613
600 N. 36th St., Suite #305, Seattle, WA 98103
Niche Specialty©: Couple or Marriage Counselor. Specialty - Counseling for couples and parents! Parents are bombarded with a variety of questions and challenges. As a family counselor, I collaborate with parents to help them improve their connections with their children. I also enjoy helping couples overcome conflict and reincorporate happiness, intimacy, and trust into their relationship.
General Practice Area: I'm trained and licensed to treat numerous concerns, however, my areas of passion and expertise include: couples counseling, parenting, adolescent mental health, relationship repair, self-improvement/wellness, life transitions, and the treatment of anxiety, depression, and past trauma. My goal is to provide support and practical feedback that will help you effectively resolve current challenges, overcome long-standing patterns of dysfunction, and/or reach desired levels of personal growth/potential. I have extensive experience in the field and take an open-minded approach to mental health, healing, and wellness. I consider aspects such as internal processes, human development, interpersonal relationships, past history, cultural background, and environmental context in an attempt to help you produce long-lasting, positive change.With compassion, empathy, and understanding, I look forward to helping you build upon your strengths and attain your goals. Please call me to learn more about my services and current rate discounts.
[ Email Kimberly Slagle ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist D. Michael Louderback of Seattle WA 98103D. Michael Louderback / Psychotherapy LLC
D. Michael Louderback, MA, LMHCA
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
(937) 532-6294
600 North 36th ST, Suite #210, Seattle, WA 98103
Niche Specialty©:
Men's Issues. My niches are in the arena of anxiety, depression, sexuality, relationships, spirituality and men's issues. While I am trained and able to sit with a plethora of other symptoms, these are the categories in which I have the most exposure and expertise in working with.
General Practice Area:
Everything is relational and everything matters; we're all connected. I believe, from my own experience, that our issues and our problems and our pain occur for good reasons. I also believe that they arise within relational contexts, which is to say, the relationships we have with others and the relationship we have to ourselves. My task, then, is to create an environment in which we can begin to get into relationship with one another and with the unique, complex, paradox of your own heart and life and mind. It is within this unfolding therapeutic relationship in which change and transformation can best occur. It is also my belief that you should not see a therapist who has not been immersed in his/her own therapeutic work. I have been in my own psychoanalytic psychotherapy for three years (and ongoing!) and know from my own experience the transformational power of this work; I believe in it.
[ Email D. Michael Louderback ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist Meghan Whitlock of Seattle WA 98103Meghan Whitlock Counseling
Meghan Whitlock, MA, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
(206) 707-5105
600 N 36th ST, Suite #406, Seattle, WA 98103
Location: Fremont Space Building
General Practice Area: I work with individual adults, children, adolescents, couples, and families struggling with the effects of anxiety, depression, trauma, and intense interpersonal conflict. I utilize a client-centered approach, believing that you are the ultimate guide to your own experience and needs. Through a collaborative partnership our work together will bring greater insight, stability, and fulfillment to you and your relationships.
[ Email Meghan Whitlock ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist John Sherrodd of Seattle WA 98103Full Life Consulting
John Sherrodd, MA, LMHC
Licensed Mental Health Counselor
(206) 295-8772
3417 Evanston Ave. N, Suite #327, Seattle, WA 98103
General Practice Area: I provide consulting and therapy to those desiring to live fuller lives in the midst of change and hardship. Those seeking my services are commonly experiencing mid-life and relationship issues to chronic pain and loss. A few examples of why else people seek my services: divorce or separation, job change, moving, death or birth in family, new relationships, routine stagnancy, general life dissatisfaction, relationship issues with friends, family or colleagues, workplace dynamics and more. One of my specialties is working with those experiencing or affected by chronic pain, and many times their significant others. My work in this area helps provide a platform of understanding to process the difficulties of what is often an isolating experience that can last months, years or even decades.
[ Email John Sherrodd ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


photo of counselor therapist Jeanne Paik of Seattle WA 98103Jeanne Paik, LMFT
Jeanne Paik, MS, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
(206) 317-4506
701 N 36th St, Suite #410, Seattle, WA 98103
Location: Peck Building
General Practice Area: I work best with clients who are growth-oriented and hope to improve the quality of their lives. I often see this need to grow when there are new life challenges - or even unwelcome changes - such as life transitions, loss of a family member, health issues or career obstacles. Since a person's basic foundations are tested during these times, I enjoy helping others strengthen their sense of meaning and purpose, while regaining a more secure footing in life again. When it's helpful to talk to someone without a fear of being judged, the therapeutic relationship can build perspective and resilience. Feeling understood, gaining self-awareness and replacing old patterns with new choices can all help with feeling better. Overall, my approach to therapy is collaborative and respectful of everyone's unique experiences. My ideas have mainly been shaped by Family Systems Theory, Interpersonal Neurobiology and Attachment Theory. I also incorporate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other theoretical orientations based on the needs of each client.
[ Email Jeanne Paik ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]


Kaelyn Langer-Mendonca, Ph.D.,   LMHCA
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate
(206) 981-3102
711 N. 35th Street, Suite #206, Seattle, WA 98103
General Practice Area: Individual psychotherapy with primary focus on depression, anxiety, adjustment disorders, career/life transitions and spiritual psychology. [ Email Kaelyn Langer-Mendonca, Ph.D. ] [ Go to counselor - therapist website ]



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