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Anyone know a good one in Seattle?????? Much appreciated.<br><br>
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I don't but my first move would to be to call the Gottman Institute and see which therapists they recommend.
 

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My DH and I have been using Eileen Stein for almost 2 months now, and I would recommend her. She is AP so we haven't had to defend or explain our parenting practices, and she's really into working with us to make them work instead of just saying stuff like "Well, just stop co-sleeping".<br><br>
Her website is: <a href="http://www.eileenstein.com/" target="_blank">http://www.eileenstein.com/</a>
 

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Hello-<br>
I am a Marriage and Family Therapist. I trained with several other wonderful MFT's who are currently working in the Seattle area (I am Tacoma based). I would suggest to you Shannon Armitage, LMFT her website does a better job of describing her than I ever could <a href="http://www.lifetransitions.blogspot.com" target="_blank">www.lifetransitions.blogspot.com</a>. PM with any questions you may have and good luck.
 

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Hey!! My husband and I LOVED this guy: <a href="http://jmosspsychotherapy.com/default.aspx" target="_blank">http://jmosspsychotherapy.com/default.aspx</a><br><br>
He is amazing & helped us through a really harsh time in our relationship/lives. He's on the Hill, but it was definitely worth the parking madness. It was also great for us because we'd go to therapy, have our hour of.. um.. you know.. and then we'd go either for a happy hour or dinner (Quinns... mmm...). It really helped us reconnect after the stress that could come about in our therapy sessions. Heh, a couple times we had a drink at Jai Thai prior which helped lubricate things. He's in the building above Jai Thai, Mud Bay & Scream.<br><br>
My husband was hesitant to attend therapy in the first place, but the idea of a male therapist definitely warmed him up to the idea. I know he was concerned about having 2 females "therapy" him <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/lol.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="lol"><br><br>
We especially appreciated his candor. He's honest, open and his postivity is felt through every moment. He's of the mind that couples don't need therapy forever. There's no pathologization or judgement.<br><br>
Hope you find someone who works for you!!!
 

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DH and I saw Linda Anderson in Ballard a while back - I highly recommend her. Not sure how she is re: AP, since our first is on the way!<br><br>
Her contact info is here <a href="http://www.seattlecounselors.org/website/controller.php?cn=30&user=219" target="_blank">http://www.seattlecounselors.org/web...cn=30&user=219</a>
 
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