PSYCHOLOGISTS IN SEATTLE
1. Dr. Jennifer Pelton, Ph.D Child Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Pelton attended Pomona College for her undergraduate education, and received her Ph.D. in Child Clinical Psychology from the University of Georgia. She completed her child clinical predoctoral internship at Stanford University School of Medicine.
In addition to her work with adolescents, Dr. Pelton specializes in working with young adults who are moving into adulthood. She is committed to making the evaluation and treatment services more comprehensive, practical and tailored to meet the needs of each client.
She is trained to work with adolescents and it always helps that she is humorous, warm, and has a down to earth style of counseling.
Areas of focus:
- Anxiety and OCD
- Eating Disorders and Body Image Disturbance
- Depression and other mood disorders
- Emotion dysregulation and self-harm
- Transitions to high school, to college, and post-college
Dr. Pelton is continuing to do all telehealth at the current time (virtual sessions)
Dr. Pelton 206-282-2802
2. Joe Nelson
Joe Nelson specializes in couples’ therapy. His focus is on helping couples and adult individuals with communication, connection, vulnerability, and intimacy in their relationships.
Puget Sound Psychotherapy & Psychiatry (PSP) is a collective of independent therapists based in Seattle, Washington, offering counseling for individuals, couples, children, families, and teens.
Clinical areas of focus include:
- Couple Therapy
- Relationship Counseling
- Family Therapy
- Sexual Difficulties
- Addiction/Substance Use and Abuse
Washington State Licensed Mental Health Counselor # LH 61079941
Gestalt Associates Training, Los Angeles, 2017 – present
Seattle University, MA in Clinical Psychology, 2017
Seattle University, BA in Psychology, 2006
Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays: Telehealth or in-person
2711 E Madison St
Phone: (206) 669-4336
PSP General Fax: (206) 855-6919
3. Kristen Lindley
Kristen sees her clients as experts on their own lives and writers of their own stories. She has experience working with people who are experiencing anxiety, depression, life transitions, aging, grief and loss, eating disorders, trauma, and women’s issues.
After living in Seattle while earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, she moved to Boston, Massachusetts to complete her Master’s Degree in Social Work at Boston University. Kristen is a therapist at Self Space, Seattle.
Self-Space began in 1982 with two Seattle girls, Rachel & Jessica. Rachel was a mental health counselor and Jessica, a finance and operations executive. Their friendship and combined skill set led them to create Self Space.
2033 6th Avenue, Suite 826
Seattle, WA 98121
Phone: (206) 414-8918
Email: [email protected]
Kristen’s email: [email protected]
4. Steve Hammil
Steve Hammil is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (Washington State License: LH 60241738) with a Masters of Psychology from Antioch University Seattle. He has been practicing for nine years.
Having dealt with a severe inner critic much of my life he is dedicated to helping others deal effectively with the same. Helping others free themselves from misplaced guilt and punishing toxic shame is his passion. He wishes everyone to be free of this guilt and experience joy in their lives.
Tuesday – Thursday: 10am – 6pm
Friday: 10am – 5pm
Saturday: 9am – 1pm
Tel: (206) 661-2854
Email: [email protected]
5. Ruth Herman-Dunn, Ph.D.
As a Licensed Psychologist with more than 25-years’ experience, she is trained in some of the most effective treatments available today including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Behavioural Activation, and other Cognitive Behavioural Therapy evidenced-based.
Dr. Herman-Dunn received her M.A. in Counseling Psychology and her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from University of Florida.
Jefferson Square Building
4700 42nd Avenue SW
Seattle, Washington 98116
6. Julie Wilson
South Lake Union Therapy is a private psychotherapy. Julie started her private practice in 2013. She has received her Master’s in Psychology from Seattle University (Educated in Existential Phenomenology).
Julie works with adults on a wide range of issues like (not limited to):
- Men’s Issues Related to Relationships and Emotional Intimacy
- Workplace Stress Trauma and Burnout
- Childhood Trauma
Licensed Mental Health Counselor (L.M.H.C.)
South Lake Union Therapy in The Denny Building
2200 6th Ave, Suite 606, Seattle, WA, 98121
7. George Ankuta, Ph.D
Dr. George Ankuta is a psychologist located in Seattle, WA. He specializes in psychotherapy for depression, anxiety, relationship issues, sexuality issues, couples counseling and more. Dr. Ankuta serves a variety of clients.
He has completed his Ph.D. at an APA-accredited program in clinical psychology at Michigan State University in 1992. Dr.Ankunta completed his post-doctoral fellowship in sexual medicine at the University of Washington.
He has over 25 years of experience conducting psychotherapy. He is originally from New York City and he has been practicing in Seattle since 1992.
200 1st Avenue West
Seattle, WA 98119
Phone: (206) 241-9068
Business Hours: M-F 9am-7pm, Closed weekends
8. Iris Song, Psy.D.
Iris Song is a psychologist with a private practice in the downtown Seattle area. She provides individual psychotherapy for adults and pro bono psychological evaluations for individuals seeking asylum.
Iris received her doctoral degree from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology in 2010 and holds a license to practice in the state of Washington (#PY60639248).
She is experienced in working with survivors of trauma such as sexual assault, abuse and loss; as well as depression, anxiety, grief and mourning, low self-esteem or self-worth and others.
Currently, Iris also works as a psychologist at the University of Washington’s Counseling Center.
Teletherapy, or psychotherapy via video chatting is available.
Song Psychology is currently doing virtual sessions only.
9. Helen Widlansky, Phd – Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Widlansky licensed psychologist (License #PY60513253) in the State of Washington. She earned her B.A. from Stanford University and her doctorate from DePaul University in 1997.
Her training includes long and short-term therapy with adults and adolescents. She opened a private practice in Chicago and worked with adults as well as students. She practiced in Chicago until 2015 when she moved to Seattle.
Dr. Widlansky is a licensed psychologist and has been providing counseling services for the past 19 years.
2811 East Madison Street, Seattle, WA 98112
847.477.0355 or 206.946.2365
10. Julie Holt
Julie Holt is a licensed mental health counselor. She has a 20 year history of helping people break out of their habitual patterns.
She graduated from LIOS, a school that was dedicated to experiential learning that blasted away blocks individual clinicians had in a way that prepared us for the very real task of helping people like you.
She is constantly engaging in professional development and her own personal therapy and supervision to keep her in top shape for helping you with everything you bring to her.
2366 Eastlake Ave E
Suite 417, Seattle, WA 98102