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686,000 people sought help with Thriveworks in the last year

Discover how starting psychologists therapy can support your own journey toward a happier, more fulfilling life.

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Starting Treatment With a Psychologist

What are psychologists?

Psychologists are mental health professionals that provide psychotherapy services and diagnoses for their clients. They have more research-focused training than most therapists, as they are more medically educated and receive a more general education about therapeutic approaches and theory.

How do psychologists work?

Thriveworks psychologists in Seattle, WA provide standard psychotherapy services, tailoring treatment to each client and their unique concerns. However, they can also provide diagnoses to clients when appropriate, something that therapists and counselors cannot do. Finally, in some states in the U.S., they are allowed to prescribe medication.

Can I see a psychologist in person or online?

How long would I see a psychologist?

Psychological treatment at Thriveworks Seattle is very individualized and specific to each client, which means that the duration of treatment is often varied depending on a client’s condition or disorder, the state of their symptoms, and their specific goals.

Need more help deciding?

When you were younger, you may have kept a journal that chronicled your daily life as well as your hopes for the future. If you were to look back at that journal years later, you might be surprised by what you wrote and what mattered to you then. But you might be even more shocked to realize that some of that same spirit still resides in you years or decades later.

Who you are now is shaped by your childhood successes and traumas, your family and friends, and your environment. Because so much of your present is influenced by your history, it’s reasonable that some of your past thoughts and feelings have stayed with you over the years. But if you’re still holding onto past traumas and stressors, or experiencing other mental health issues, you might benefit from speaking to a licensed psychologist.

Psychologists can help you understand your interconnected experiences, gain clarity on your stressors, and overcome symptoms of mental disorders. They can guide you through your past and present concerns and create solutions that either resolve, manage, or mitigate your struggles.

There’s oftentimes a stigma against the idea of seeking outside help, but trained professionals exist to help you help yourself through your personal complications. Therapy is a chance to take meaningful steps on the path toward personal health and happiness.

When you’re ready, reach out to us here at Thriveworks in Seattle, WA to schedule an appointment. Our psychologists can offer you care that enriches your life.

Who Benefits From Psychological Services?

Just as everyone benefits from strong physical health, the same is true of strong mental health. Psychological services can benefit anyone who’d like to overcome mental health concerns, make changes to their life, or otherwise improve their mental health.

When you hear the term “psychological services,” you might immediately think of people suffering from major depressive disorder or other mood disorders. But psychologists actually help with a wide range of disorders and illnesses and can address a variety of challenges.

Some of our psychologists’ most-addressed topics include:

  • Developmental disorders such as autism or ADHD
  • Mood disorders such as persistent depressive disorder or bipolar disorder
  • Anxiety disorders such as separation anxiety disorder and PTSD
  • Life planning topics including marriage, finances, and parenting
  • Relationship issues with family and friends
  • Couples issues including divorce, communication problems, and intimacy
  • Life transitions such as moving, going to college, or retiring
  • Loss and grief such as losing a job or a loved one
  • Trauma such as childhood abuse or domestic violence

To address these and other challenges, consider meeting with one of our psychologists at Thriveworks in Seattle, WA.

What Treatments Are Used During Psychology Appointments?

A licensed psychologist is a mental health professional who typically has a master’s or doctorate degree in psychology. As part of their education, they’ve studied hundreds of different psychological illnesses and disorders.

Clinical psychologists often have specialty areas they focus on. Some may be focused on anxiety disorders while others focus on depression or other mood disorders. Some counseling psychologists specialize in helping children while others specialize in geriatric psychology.

Once you start working with a provider, the types of therapy they use during the course of treatment will largely depend on your specific issues or concerns. Your provider will create a treatment plan that’s tailored to match your situation.

Your psychologist may incorporate one or more of the following:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
  • Narrative therapy
  • Psychoanalytic therapy
  • Humanistic therapy
  • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
  • Exposure therapy

In general, the ultimate goal of talk therapy is to address your concerns and offer solutions or coping mechanisms you can use throughout your day-to-day life. Your provider at Thriveworks in Seattle, WA will center each and every therapy session around your needs and goals while paying careful attention to your experiences.

Meet With a Licensed Psychologist at Thriveworks in Seattle, WA

Whether it’s a first date, a new boss — or even the first meeting with a psychologist! — meeting someone new can be nerve-wracking. But when you pursue counseling services at Thriveworks, you can rest assured that our compassionate providers are here to offer excellent care in a comfortable environment.

If you’d like, you can choose to have your sessions virtually by phone or video chat. Additionally, you can schedule your appointments for the weekends or evenings. You can even contact your provider between sessions by phone or email.

We accept health insurance and offer benefits such as video content, a moderated message board, and our Therapy Buddy mobile app. We even have an online life coach Q&A with 24-hour responses.

Your psychological health influences every other aspect of your life. When you’re ready to set up an appointment, connect with us at Thriveworks in Seattle, WA.

Pricing & insurance

Our therapists accept most major insurances. We accept 585+ insurance plans, and offer self-pay options, too.
Learn more about pricing for therapy and counseling services at Thriveworks.

Our Seattle therapists and counselors accept 19 insurance plans

  • Aetna

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield | Anthem (Blue Card)

  • Cigna | Evernorth

  • Cigna | Evernorth EAP

  • Cigna | Evernorth Medicare Advantage

  • Compsych

  • First Health Network

  • Humana Exchange

  • Humana HMO/POS

  • Humana PPO | EPO | HDHP

  • JP Farley Corporation

  • Medicare WA

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Where to find us

Getting here

Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Seattle is located at 10303 Meridian Ave N Suite 200, Seattle, WA 98133, near the intersection of N. 103rd Street.

Phone number

(206) 203-9770

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