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Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Yakima, WA
I am someone who gets it. I became a counselor to understand how to best navigate the human condition. Along my path I've picked up some really helpful stuff and I am confident that there is something I have to offer that will help you along your journey.

Next Availability: Tuesday, 06/07

Tacoma, WA
Steven M Brown is a licensed mental health counselor with state of Washington since February 2014. He is also a national certified counselor since 2016. Mr. Brown works with Deaf, Deaf-Blind, Hard of Hearing, and Deaf-Plus populations exclusively, but is opening to any types of populations he se...

Next Availability: Today

Behavioral Health Therapist
Redmond, WA
Specializing in relational and sexual dynamics within relationships and/or with yourself. I work with individuals only at this time, helping them learn to change what isn't working in their relationships and sex lives, and to heal past old wounds or things holding them back (hx of trauma, infidel...

Next Availability: Tuesday, 06/07

Behavioral health therapy
Bothell, WA
Mei strives to provide a safe place for hurting individuals to heal and to equip them to make life changes. She is also passionate about helping clients build a healthy family system and resolve personal conflict. She enjoys helping children (over 11 years of age, with their parents/family system...

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MA, LMHC, NCC Board Certified
Puyallup, WA
Hi, I have worked with hurting people for a long time and my hope is to support you through this difficult, possibly overwhelming time in your life. Your struggle is unique and personal and I respect your need to feel understood. During our first visit, I will simply listen and seek to understand...

Next Availability: Wednesday, 06/08

Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker
Hi. I’m Kristy. I am a clinical social worker who provides individual therapy services for young and slightly more mature adults. This is my 20th year working in the social service and mental health field. My practice is 100% telehealth and has always been – even in “the before times.” I rec...

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Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Tacoma, WA
My clinical background and training includes extensive training in dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based practices, and Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP). I am a Child Mental Health Specialist, Certified Compassion Fatigue Professional, and C...

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Behavioral Health Therapist
Spokane, WA
My mission is to help clients realign and improve their mental, emotional, and physical health by choosing healthy change. With a mix of practical skills and a sense of humor, I help clients explore current concerns while considering past difficulties and negative patterns. I believe the client h...

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Psychologist, Ph.D.
Everett, WA
I have been working with adolescents and young adults in the Seattle area for over a decade. I love meeting with clients who are experiencing transitions in life and helping them find new ways to cope and build on their own resiliency. Some of my speciality areas are depression, anxiety, healing ...

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You may be considering therapy because you feel stuck or dissatisfied with some parts of your life. I am deeply invested in creating a therapeutic relationship that balances safety and connection with appropriate challenge. You can count on careful attention to your inner world as we explore the ...

What does life transition mean?

Life transitions are times in an individual's life when there are lots of changes. People have difficulty adjusting to major changes in their life. For most people, this happens when they enter middle age. They may experience a mid-life crisis, which is characterized by making drastic changes to one's life...

Does Kaiser Permanente cover therapy?

Yes, nearly all Kaiser Permanente insurance plans cover therapy. Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), mental and behavioral health treatment must be covered as essential health benefits. These include counseling and therapy, as well as inpatient mental and behavioral health care and substance abuse treatment...

Top Kaiser Permanente therapists for life transitions in Washington by city

Seattle, WA

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