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10 Best Seattle Therapists

  • 2910 E Madison St 206, Seattle
    Pnwf - Specializes in women’s support groups and the treatment of anxiety/depression during infertility treatments, pregnancy, perinatal loss, and post-partum - Support for donor recipients, adoption, and all aspects of fertility.
  • 500 17th Ave, Seattle • Central District
    Pnwf - Specializes in mental health, postpartum depression, women’s health.
  • 1405 NW 85th St, Seattle • Crown Hill
    Pnwf - Specializes in pregnancy, mother/baby relationships, identifying individual parenting styles, small groups for mothers of newborns, women’s emotional well-being/health and infant development.
  • 2208 NW Market St 315A, Seattle • Ballard
    Jennifer Haller - Tom is our go-to therapist :)
  • 600 1st Ave 235, Seattle • Pioneer Square
    Pnwf - Specializes in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety/depression surrounding fertility issues, support during fertility treatments, relationship issues, and pregnancy loss.
  • 2366 Eastlake Ave E 416, Seattle • Eastlake
    Vaneeta - I saw Dr. Butterfield while struggling with infertility for a few years. I don't think I would have made it without her! She's great at what she does and I would leave our sessions feeling understood, hopeful, and knew I was not alone.
  • 2800 E Madison St 1210, Seattle • Madison Valley
    Pnwf - Specializes in anxiety disorders and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children, teens, and adults, as well as women's mental health issues.
  • Ali White MacBeth - Even if you aren't a gay Christian Candice can help you. I see her for entreprenurial coaching, relationship advice, parental advice, etc. Seeing her has deepened my relationships and community.
  • Minda Lane - I am not in a mental institution and never have been. Probably never will be. Also, I like my family and they like me. Joann might have something to do with this.
  • 1207 N 200th St 101, Shoreline
    Pnwf - Danae M. Ashley, M. Div, M.A. specialties: Individual and Couples Counseling, especially for the fertility journey; rituals to help grief and process the fertility journey. Co-founder of the Fertility Journey Support Group that meets at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 4805 NE 45th Street, Seattle.

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Eva Monsen
25 days ago • Greenwood
I keep hearing ads for Better Help. Has anyone tried their counselors? It seems convenient but I also wonder if commoditized mental health care cou...
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