Welcome to the
Psychologists of Seattle
In seeking a pyschologist in the Seattle area to address a mental health concern finding a provider who appears to understand you, can provide support, and can serve as a guide on the road to recovery is of paramount importance. Still, that pyschologist's skills and training will vary by profession and these differences are important and worth understanding.
A psychologist is trained as a scientist in the realm of human behavior. A psychologist is skilled in experimental methodology, has completed their own research and written a dissertation as a requirement for receiving their doctorate. While most psychologists become more focused upon treatment (known as clinical psychology), they keep abreast of new findings in the provision of mental health services. Most importantly, a psychologist can justify the treatment provided in both conceptual and research oriented terms.
Our Seattle Psychologists
Chris Miller, Ph.D.Resume•Email
Insurance: First Choice Health, LifeWise of Washington, LyfeSynch, Premera
Wallace Wilkins, Ph.D.Resume•Email
Insurance: Aetna (out-of-network), BridgeSpan Health, CIGNA (out-of-network), First Choice Health, Group Health Access PPO, Group Health Alliant Plus (not Alliant Select), Group Health Options (not Options Select), Healthcare Management Administration, KPS, Meritain, Moda Health Plan, Multicare Connected Care Health Network, Northwest Sheet Metal Workers, Options Health Care, Regence Blue Shield PPO, Sound Health & Wellness Trust, Uniform Medical Plan, Value Options, Washington Employers Trust
Therapies & Treatments
Therapies Used - Learn the differences between Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychoanalysis, and other types of therapy.
Psychologist v. Psychiatrist - How is a psychologist different than a psychiatrist, social worker, or other types of counselor?
Sports Psychology - Understand the mental factors that affect your participation and performance in sports and other physical activities.
Child Psychology - Understand the manifestation of psychological disorders in children and adolescents.
Family Psychology - Understand how psychotherapy works with families and couples in order to bring about change and development.
Behavioral Psychology - Understand how the 'behaviorist' school of thought fits into psychology.
Medical Psychology - Understand how medications can play a beneficial role in a healthy recovery.
Depression Psychology - Understand the symptoms of depression and how therapy can help.
Anxiety Psychology - Learn to manage panic, worrisome thoughts, and learn stress reduction strategies.
Addiction - Understand the differences between alcohol and drug addictions. Learn about different support groups from Relapse Prevention to Alcoholics Anonymous.
Bipolar Disorder - Understand the symptoms of Bipolar Disorder, the impact it has on one's personality, and the role of medication.