Psychotherapy — 6306 Phinney Ave N Seattle, WA 98103 (2022)

Psychotherapy — 6306 Phinney Ave N Seattle, WA 98103 (1)

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Contact information for each provider is listed below.

Neha Chawla, Ph.D

Neha Chawla, Ph.D., is the founder and director of the Seattle Mindfulness Center. She provides mindfulness and acceptance-based treatments and facilitates Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention groups (MBRP). Her approach to therapy involves bringing a kind and gentle attention to whatever is arising in the present moment. This involves greater awareness of thoughts, emotional states, and sensations in the body. This type of awareness creates a pause in the automatic, habitual behaviors that rule most of our lives, and is not only a form of self-care, but has the potential to create greater self-awareness, compassion,freedom and choice.She works with a variety of issues including anxiety & depression,exploration of cultural identity and acculturation, relational challenges, recovery from addictive behavior and life transitions.

She is a co-creator of MBRP and co-author of Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention for Addictive Behaviors: A Clinician's Guide. In addition to her private practice, Dr. Chawla consults, and provides training in Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP), and has authored several theoretical and empirical articles and book chapters on topics related to mindfulness, addictive behavior, and mindfulness-based treatments, has facilitated numerous groups in private and community treatment settings, and conducted therapist training workshops in both the US and abroad. She is also clinical instructor at the University of Washington, providing supervision to psychology graduate students.

Website: www.nehachawlaphd.com

Phone: 206.940.5551

Email: nchawla@uw.edu

Psychotherapy — 6306 Phinney Ave N Seattle, WA 98103 (2)

Mary Roy, MSW, LICSW

Mary Roy is a psychotherapist with over twenty years experience serving individuals and families from widely diverse backgrounds, orientations and life experiences. Mary's approach is strength-based, respectful, and compassionate. In addition to her private practice, she has worked in community agencies, hospitals, and homes of critically ill adults and children on hospice and palliative care. Mary loves working with individual adults to integrate more choice into their daily lives and align their actions with their deepest values. She has a long standing Insight Meditation practice of her own and has integrated mindfulness practices into her work since 1997.

Website: www.mindfulgrowthpsychotherapy.com

Email: maryroymsw@gmail.com

Phone: 206-850-0642

Psychotherapy — 6306 Phinney Ave N Seattle, WA 98103 (3)

Teresa Williams, MSW, LICSW

A compassionate listener dedicated to helping people live in awareness, Teresa creates an emotionally supportive space for deep change to happen. Working from an integrative perspective, Teresa uses mindfulness-based therapy, poetry, writing and humanist psychology to help individuals evolve toward their greatest potential. Teresa is a licensed clinical social worker with extensive post-graduate training in Buddhist psychotherapy through the Institute for Zen Therapy and the Tariki Trust. Teresa is also a poet who enjoys inspiring individuals and groups with the healing power of beautiful language.

Website: www.teresawilliamsseattle.com/

Phone: 206-434-7609

Email: teresa@teresawilliamsseattle.com

Anna-Brown Griswold, MA, LMHC

I’m a trauma therapist and facilitator here on Duwamish land known as Seattle. For most of my adult life, I have been experimenting with how to integrate the transformative power of meditative practice, the powerful skills of psychotherapy, and a good dose of radical analysis to facilitate healing on personal and collective levels.

I work at the intersection of trauma and social change, offering compassionate, skilled trauma sensitive therapy rooted in an understanding of the dynamics of oppression and justice. I am also particularly oriented towards helping clients understand and work with the neurobiology of traumatic experience, with an emphasis on supporting my clients in finding deep internal and external resources. All of this on behalf of finding a more meaningful, connected, empowered, and joyful way of living.

With over 10 years of extensive training in therapies developed specifically to address the multiplicity of challenges that can arise in the wake of traumatic experience, I’m passionate abouttailoring therapy to the unique needs of every client. In treatment I utilize the Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR), Schema Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), and Relational Therapy. For more information check out my website athttps://www.annabrowngriswold.com/

Phone: 509-426-4596

Email: annabgriswold@gmail.com

Joel Grow, PhD

My work as a clinical psychologist includes individual psychotherapy, group therapy and classes, and training. I offer evidence-supported treatment that incorporates self-compassion, mindfulness, and acceptance-based approaches. I have expertise working with individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, addictive behaviors, anger management, trauma, loss, and relationship dissatisfaction.

My approach aims at helping people lead a full and meaningful life, by clarifying what is deeply important for each person and practicing skills for working effectively with the pain and stress that life inevitably brings. In addition to individual therapy, I lead Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) and Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC) groups, training and consulting in MBRP, and stress management workshops.

My background includes providing behavioral health care and training in community agencies, VA and private hospitals, corporations, and government agencies. Before graduate school, I spent 8 years as a software engineer and technical trainer. I also co-developed and served as lead instructor for a 9-month University of Washington certificate program for 9 years, and was awarded the UW "Award for teaching excellence.

Phone: (253) 642-6895

Email: joel@joelgrow.com

John Guy, LMHC

I provide individually-tailored mindfulness-based psychotherapy to young people, individual adults, and couples. I help people recover health and wisdom from depression, anger, anxiety, and substance use. I help women and men grow into healthier femininities and masculinities. As a licensed mental health counselor I support your ongoing growth and evolution with insight from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. With sixteen years practicing mindfulness and studying meditative psychologies I advocate for the best version of your self to step forward. John is currently accepting new clients. Until further notice, all sessions will take place via telehealth.

Website: www.johnguylmhc.com

Phone:206.451.3322

Email:john@johntsungmeguy.com

Hanna Kreiner, LCSW

Hanna helps individuals with anxiety, depression, chronic illness, pain,and the emotions that accompany life transitions. Through her training and experience in hospitals and clinics, Hanna has developed a specialty supporting those coping with serious illnesses, specifically cancer and heart disease.Hanna has found mindfulness to be a strong foundation in facing life’s greatest challenges with more ease and equanimity. Her personal mindfulness practice informs her work, whether it’s providing integrative psychotherapy, guiding meditations, teaching stress reduction workshops, or facilitating Mindful Self-Compassion (an 8-week evidence-based course). Hanna enjoys helping people find a meaningful and satisfying way of life. Licensed in both Washington and California, Hanna provides in-person sessions at Seattle Mindfulness Center and serves clients via tele-therapy sessions. Hanna loves this work and welcomes the opportunity to connect with you.

Phone: (415) 322-8465

Email:hannakreiner.lcsw@gmail.com

Website:www.hannakreiner.com

Lisa Baldini, PsyD

Lisa Baldini is a clinical psychologist offering individual and group therapy to adults. She received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the PGSP-Stanford PsyD Consortium, specializing in mindfulness and compassion-based interventions for adolescents and underserved populations. Dr. Baldini treats a variety of issues including anxiety, OCD, navigating life transitions, anger management, depression, insomnia, and chronic pain. Her approach uses evidence-based treatments including cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and mindfulness and compassion-based interventions. She particularly enjoys helping individuals overcome anxiety, and build resilience and self-compassion amidst major life transitions. In addition to individual therapy, Dr. Baldini leads mindfulness and self-compassion groups. Coming from a multicultural family, she has a strong interest in working with individuals from a wide variety of backgrounds. Her style integrates warmth, humor, and authenticity to foster growth.

Contact: www.drlisabaldini.com

Rebecca Schneir, LMFT

Rebecca Schneir offers individual therapy to adolescents and adults. She is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 20 years of experience providing services in schools, community mental health settings and private practice. She specializes in evidence-based treatments to address anxiety, trauma, emotion dysregulation and parenting challenges. Rebecca enjoys working with individuals to create goals, explore values and approach fears. Rebecca collaborates with her patients to craft individualized treatment plans and incorporates warmth, compassion, vulnerability and humor into sessions.

Rebecca is a Linehan Board Certified DBT Clinician with advanced training in Prolonged Exposure for PTSD. She is also trained in exposure and response prevention, ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and FAP (Functional Analytic Psychotherapy).

Contact: https://www.rebeccaschneir.com/

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