Seattle Therapy

Thriving Center of Psychology partners with you to design customized mental health plans, including individual, couples, and family therapy. We offer adaptable care choices tailored to your preferences, whether you prefer in-person or hybrid sessions at our Seattle clinic or virtual care accessible statewide in Washington.

What makes Thriving Center Of Psych different?

  • Vetted Therapists
    Our therapists complete a rigorous vetting process to ensure they meet our high standards.
  • Evidence Based Therapy
    We use only research-based treatments backed by science to support your goals.
  • Therapist Matching
    You will be thoughtfully matched with the best therapist for your needs to ensure the right fit.
  • Meet your Therapist Within 24 hours
    Once appropriately matched, meet your therapist within 24 hours.

Our Seattle Clinic Location


1420 Fifth Avenue
Suite 2200
Seattle, WA 98101
Mon-Thu 9AM-7PM
Fri 9AM-4PM
Sat-Sun Closed

How We Can Help

Our therapists offer services for a wide range of mental health challenges. Some of these services include

Couples Therapy

Whether you’re struggling with conflict or not, couples therapy can be a healthy step for a relationship. A couples therapist can provide perspective and insight to help improve communication as well as explore your thoughts and feelings with your partner in a safe space.
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Therapy for anxiety disorders can help you to identify and understand the cause of your fears and anxiety. Anxiety therapy can help you learn techniques to manage your anxiety and deal with challenging situations in a healthy and sustainable way.
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Depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States. Chronic sadness can interfere with your ability to work, maintain relationships, and perform daily tasks. Therapists at Thriving Center of Psychology use a range of proven techniques to support depression treatment to ease symptoms and take a step toward recovery.
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Marriage Counseling

Communication problems, major life events, and general day-to-day challenges can all cause issues in a marriage. Marriage counseling can help couples learn to resolve conflict more effectively, improve communication, and encourage open conversation during difficult times.
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Chronic and out-of-control stress can manifest in a number of physical and mental symptoms. Mental health professionals can help to reduce and manage stress as well as teach you coping skills to live a happier, healthier life. Our therapists can help you to identify and understand causes of stress and create a treatment plan to move forward.
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ADHD treatment involves a range of approaches, like neurofeedback training and cognitive behavioral therapy. As a neurological disorder, ADHD can significantly impact your ability to perform daily tasks. If you or your child are affected by the symptoms of ADHD, Thriving Center of Psychology can help match you with one of our experienced therapists to provide you with support and treatment options.
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Whether you’re looking for a clinical psychologist in Seattle WA, or Life Coaching, click here for our full list of services to see how we can help you navigate life’s challenges and better your mental health.

Frequently Asked Questions


How do I find a therapist near me?

Finding a therapist can feel like a daunting process, but with Thriving Center of Psychology, you can find a therapist near you with our directory of therapists and psychologists. Narrow your search by location, client focus, specialty, and therapeutic approach. We provide therapy services for individuals, couples, and families. Alternatively, fill out our Therapist Matchmaker Survey, and our client coordinator will match you with the best therapists.

How do I find an online therapist in Seattle?

You can book an online therapy appointment in Seattle with our licensed mental health professionals. Virtual therapy allows you to talk to one of our therapists from the comfort of your home. Thriving Center of Psychology offers online therapy services to residents throughout Seattle and all of Washington State. We provide confidential, secure, and convenient online therapy appointments.

How do I find an in-person therapist in Seattle?

We know that some clients prefer face-to-face therapy and would like to book an in-person therapist appointment. Like all our offices, our Seattle location is a safe space for you to attend therapy and connect with your therapist. Contact our Seattle WA office today, and we can help find the right therapist for you.

How do I find a couples therapist in Seattle?

Whether you’re looking to improve communication, facilitate recovery, or check in on your relationship, couples therapy can offer a new perspective to help your relationship grow. To find a couples therapist in Seattle, use our platform to filter by area and couples therapy. When you find the right couples therapist, select “Book an Appointment” and choose a time that is suitable for you and your partner.

How much is therapy in Seattle?

The average cost of therapy in Seattle can vary significantly from $150 to $500 per session. Thriving Center of Psychology is an out-of-network provider; however, we offer therapy services in Seattle for a range of budgets and needs.

Why do most therapists in Seattle WA not take health insurance?

Many therapists in Seattle don’t accept insurance because of low reimbursement rates and strict regulations around care. The challenges that come with accepting insurance often lead to therapists being underpaid and overworked. At Thriving Center of Psychology, we don’t accept insurance as we wish to look after our therapists and provide tailored mental health care.

How much does insurance cover for therapy sessions out-of-network?

Your insurance company may reimburse you 50% to 80% of our fees as out-of-network care. We recommend contacting your insurance company to ask about your insurance plan and out-of-network reimbursement options.

Does insurance cover online therapy?

Yes, many insurance plans now cover online therapy. To determine your precise coverage, we suggest speaking with your insurance company which can give you more information about your coverage. We can provide invoices and paperwork you may need for out-of-network reimbursement.

How do I schedule my first therapy appointment?

If you think you would benefit from mental health counseling in Seattle WA, or would like to speak with a therapist, the next step is to make an appointment with Thriving Center of Psychology. The easiest way to book an appointment with the top therapists in Seattle WA is to fill out our Therapist Matchmaker Survey. We ask a range of questions to determine the best therapist for you, so you can find the right mental health professional for your needs, goals, and availability. You can also call our Seattle office or request an appointment online.

Where in Seattle can I book a therapy appointment?

You can book a therapy appointment at our Downtown Seattle office. We serve patients that live in the surrounding zip codes from our Seattle office, including 98101, 98102, 98103, 98104-98112, 98114-98119, 98124-98126, 98131-98134, 98136, 98138, 98144-98146, 98177, 98178, and 98199.

Our office is located on the southwest corner of 5th Avenue and Columbia Street in Downtown Seattle. We’re located between 4th and 5th Avenues to the west and east, with Columbia and Cherry Streets to the north and south. We’re located just minutes away from Interstate 5, which you can access directly off Cherry Street. Our Seattle office is 20 minutes from SeaTac International Airport. The nearest transit station is 4th Avenue & Cherry St, and Pioneer Square is the nearest light rail station. We are located in Downtown, nearby to Central Area and Industrial District neighborhoods.

To find a therapist in Seattle WA, and start working with Thriving Center of Psychology, request an appointment online, use our Therapist Matchmaker Survey or call our Seattle office. We can connect you with the best therapists in the Seattle WA area near you at a time that’s convenient.

What can I expect from my first therapy session?

During your first therapy session, you can expect to answer questions about why you’re there, how you’re feeling, your concerns, goals, and need. Ultimately, your therapist is looking to understand what brings you to therapy. Then, they will develop an individualized treatment plan to move forward.

What type of therapist is right for me?

There are different types of therapists and therapeutic approaches available, which can make it difficult to find the right therapist for you. The easiest way to take the next steps toward therapy is by filling out our Therapy Matchmaker Survey. Answer a few questions, and our client coordinator will be in touch with the best therapists for your needs. If you have any questions, contact our Seattle office; we can help.

What is the difference between a therapist and a psychologist in Seattle?

The main difference between a therapist and a psychologist is education. All psychologists hold a doctoral degree, whereas a therapist doesn’t always hold a doctoral degree. All psychologists are therapists, but not all therapists are psychologists. Our therapists undergo rigorous vetting, are considered experts in their fields, and hold at least a Master’s degree.