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It’s normal to face mental health issues or personal conflict, and talking to a licensed therapist can help. Therapy can teach you more about yourself and your mental health in a healing way. We at GoodTherapy work to provide options for ethical, professional, and compassionate counselors and therapists in Seattle. The therapists listed above, who have met our high membership standards, conduct therapy in Seattle, WA.

If you are wondering how to find a therapist in Seattle, our online directory is a great place to start. The process of finding a therapist can be overwhelming, but GoodTherapy helps you set up a therapy session without extra stress. Seattle therapists are listed in our online directory so you can find a counselor with or without speaking on the phone. 

If you are looking for a specific type of therapy, you can search for marriage or couples counseling in Seattle or find a child psychologist or family therapist in Seattle. You can also connect with a number of Seattle therapists who specialize in treating anxiety or depression. In addition, some therapists provide group therapy, which is typically a therapist-led session with multiple people.

Since 2007, we have been helping people like you connect with the right therapist. Today, we strive to help you find therapists who can treat your specific concerns. With our online directory, the best therapist for you is easy to find.

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Seattle Mental Health Statistics

Seattle is home to over 730,000 residents. Common mental health issues among Seattle residents include anxiety, depression, and substance abuse issues. Domestic violence may be another common cause of mental health issues in Seattle. 

According to the King County Community Health Needs Assessment for 2018/2019, 4% of King County adults reported experiencing serious psychological distress within the past 30 days between 2011 and 2015. And according to a 2015 report, over 20% of King County residents were diagnosed with depression at some point in their lives. Those with low incomes were found to be 3.5 to 7% more likely to experience distress, and those with LGBTQIA+ identities were two times as likely to experience distress compared to those who were heterosexual.

In 2013 alone, more than 1,000 cases of domestic violence were filed. King county experiences higher rates of deaths due to domestic violence than many other counties in Washington state, at 228 fatalities in the past 10 years.

Deaths related to drug overdose have been on the rise in Seattle. Heroin, prescription opioids, and methamphetamine contributed to over 300 deaths in 2016. One survey reported that while 78% of those addicted to injectable drugs were interested in seeking treatment, only 28% were doing so. Meanwhile, the use of cigarettes is on the decline, although low-income people are more likely to smoke.

There is still much to be done to improve the mental health and well-being of all Seattle residents, but even now, many licensed and compassionate mental health professionals in Seattle are working hard to support the mental health of anyone who needs help.




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