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I was able to find one Christian psychiatrist in your area. Many times, the psychiatrist deals mostly with medication issues, and a therapist will deal with the behaviors and emotional components, so I am also giving you a link to a list of Christian counselors in your area:
Hanna R Swardstrom
XXXX XXX XXX NE, Suite 203Seattle, Washington 98115
phone: (XXX) XXX-XXXX
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"As a provider for Meier Clinics, I believe in treating the whole person - emotionally, physically, and spiritually. I am dedicated to providing Christian counseling in a safe environment where people can work through the issues that are robbing them of satisfaction and enjoyment in life. Working together, lives can be restored to enjoy a more productive, fulfilling, and joyful life."
If you can use a therapist for the counseling aspect of the work, here are the Christian counselors in Seattle: http://www.churchangel.com/COUNSEL/seattle-wa.htm
Hope this helps!
I did a pretty extensive search, and only found that one..a female.
In my experience in mental health, the psychiatrists will not actually do much therapy at all. They have evolved into medication-based treatment models. You session will focus on "how are you feeling on this medication...do we need to increase it or otherwise change it?" Most of them refer clients to LCSWs or LPCs for the therapy part of treatment. Twenty years ago, psychiatrists did therapy, but that has changed with the advent of managed care.
What I would suggest is that you see a male therapist for the therapy aspect of treatment. If you are looking for help with behaviors, you might want to see one that specializes in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Therapists usually have more availability than psychiatrists (who usually only see a client once a month or every 3 months). Therapy is usually scheduled every week or every other week. The link to the Christian therapists is at the bottom of my first note.
I wish you the best,
By dual diagnosis do you mean both a mental health diagnosis and an addiction?
It looks like Genesis House comes the closest to meeting your criteria: they treat dual-diagnosis individuals. They treat people with multiple problems, so they would have little reason to commit someone...but ask that question directly when you call them.
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