Washington Therapists

Washington

Find A Therapist In Washington

Need help or don't know where to start? Send a private and confidential message to a therapist in Washington.

Fay Cadwallader

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW)

Life is messy! Whether with family, friends, significant others, co-workers or kids, messy relationships cause tremendous hurt and pain. It can be hard to see clearly and we may have trouble finding our way. That is why I am here...to provide a safe place as you explore and figure out your path. By being compassionate and non-judgmental, I will hold your hand as you navigate through the mess to find your happiness.

222 W. Mission Ave, Suite 240
Spokane, WA 99201

S John McDonald

Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)

Experience counts! I have over 30 years of experience serving the individuals and couples of greater Seattle. I use a thorough assessment process that saves considerable time and money, and helps answer the important question: What is changeable and what is not? My approach is grounded in the reality of my own marriage, while using the latest, research based approaches to handling conflict, improving communication, and dealing with different motivations, temperaments, and attachment styles of the couple. I have dealt with the full range of couples problems, from communication issues to affairs. Most issues can be handled in 8-12 sessions. I closely monitor the client/therapist relationship as that is highly predictive of counseling success. I offer a free telephone consult to help you make the decision. Let's talk!

10756 Exeter Ave. N.E.
Seattle, WA 98125

Daniel Kelley-Petersen

Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)

I believe that counseling is, at its core, a trusting relationship that is built on truth, courage, and communication. I fundamentally believe that our experiences shape who we are and what we believe. I also believe that each person has an individual experience with the world around them and this has its benefits, limitations, and prejudices that are challenging to overcome. These challenges can lead to blocks or barriers within ourselves that keep us from fully living out our lives from an authentic place. These challenges show up in our personal lives and our professional lives and can be challenging to overcome without help and support. Mental health and wellness starts with you and the choices you make each day for yourself.

1127 10th Ave E, Suite 3
Seattle, WA 98102

Mali Hawkins

Licensed Associate Marriage and Family Therapist (LAMFT)

While I tailor my aims to suit the needs of each unique client, I always strive to foster a counseling relationship that is safe, healing, and honest. I aim to empower my clients to use their particular gifts and strengths to overcome any obstacle. Above all, I aim to provide a setting where open and respectful conversation naturally flows—a place in which clients can master skills and resources to overcome any issues they may face.

4714 34th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98105

Elizabeth Peixoto

Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)

I am a youth and family therapist, and I enjoy working with children, teens, and parents in order to discover the meaning behind emotional distress and challenging behaviors. My aim is to provide a safe, supportive environment which allows you and your child to comfortably explore and work through difficult emotions and challenges. We will work together on creating goals, working towards those goals, and leaving therapy with tools and skills you can use outside of therapy and throughout life.

318 W Galer St #203
Seattle, WA 98119

Amy M. Plumb

Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC)

I have the unique distinction of being both a licensed mental health counselor and a certified chemical dependency professional in the State of Washington and I specialize in working with people who have a co-occurring disorder (a substance use disorder and one or more mental health disorders) with an emphasis on trauma. If you have problems with up and down or intense emotions, relationship problems, problems with substance use (whether using yourself or whether you are in a relationship with someone who is abusing substances), a history of trauma (childhood, complex, interpersonal, PTSD), depression, anxiety, problems with eating disorder, problems with life changes and transitions...then I may be the therapist for you. I work effectively with people who have complex problems that some other therapists won't work with.

17962 Midvale Ave N Ste 223
Seattle, WA 98133