If it has been hard to find a therapist lately you are definitely not alone. Seattle and King County are great locations to access to health care, but it can be challenging to find the right therapist for your needs.
I want to help you find a therapist in Seattle King County
There are now many ways to find a therapist and I would like to share some frequently used methods my clients have found me.
Trusted Loved-Ones. If you have trusted friends and family it it might be helpful to talk to them about what you are going through and ask for support in finding a therapist or asking if they know of a therapist they would recommend.
Primary Health Care Providers. Consider talking to your primary care physician or other health care providers. This is a good idea because they care about your mental health and many health care providers have referral lists for therapists.
Insurance Plan Provider Directory. Look up therapists who are connected to your insurance plan by using “Find a Doctor” on your insurance plan’s provider directory website.
Specialized Therapy or Professional Organizations. If you are looking for a specific type of therapy consider mental health organizations or professional associations such as EMDR International Association (EMDRIA), International OCD Foundation (IOCDF), or many others. A quick search online for the specific type of mental health concern or type of therapy can point you in the direction of organizations that often have provider directories on their websites.
A Free Therapy Consultation in Seattle King County
I hope this helps you find the right therapist in Seattle King County. If you are still feeling stuck, feel free to call me toll free at (844) 733-5262 for a free 30 minute phone consultation. I’d be happy to hear about what is happening and help direct you to the right person. If you are looking for help with anxiety, you can read more about how I can help here.