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Welcome to the Portland Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Portland, Oregon.

Therapists in Portland

Counselor, MA, PhD, (WGS)
“Everyone deserves a counselor who will care for their whole self, someone who can move between your feelings, thoughts, actions, body sensations, and identities or beliefs equally. If you have experienced abuse, feel sad, angry, or anxious more often than not, wonder why your friendships/relationships are intense but do not last or just you just don't seem to connect; if you are questioning your identity or desires, experiencing oppression or bullying, or making other big life transitions (school, work, relationship, adoption), we can work together to heal old wounds, shift experiences, and help you live your best life.
(503) 967-4085
Portland, Oregon 97205
Bob Powell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MMFT, LMFT, ClinSup
“Are you ...Anxious? ...Depressed? Does it seem that you are in constant conflict with your partner? Is there a growing distance in your relationship? Do you seem to be in perpetual turmoil with your children? Are you hurting and life is just not what you had hoped it would be? Make an appointment with me today so we can begin the process of reconnecting you with your strengths, dreams and hopes. What you had envisioned for your life may still be possible. I look forward to working with you toward that future.
(503) 231-5672
Portland, Oregon 97220
Terrie A. Lyons, Psychologist  in Portland
“I work with clients to look more deeply to touch the roots of their fears, doubts, and depression. By fostering trust in the client/therapist relationship I seek to help clients uncover patterns which are no longer adaptive and create new paths from those old fear filled places. I see the foundation of creating meaningful lives to be based in love and attachment, meaningful work or interests, a connection to the spirit (in what ever form that may take), and the interaction between mind and body. My clients and I work where ever their foundation is shaky.
(503) 221-8764
Portland, Oregon 97201
Ellen Summers, Psychologist  in Portland
“My goal is to help you live the life you want. I will help you free yourself from anxieties and painful depression whether a result of past trauma or current situations or events. Whether your difficulties are in relationships, the world of work, or your relationship to yourself, I will work with you to help you understand yourself and to make healthy, active choices growing out of this self awareness.
(503) 451-6583
Portland, Oregon 97212
Megan Elizabeth Irving, Counselor  in Portland
“If you're thinking about starting therapy, you've already taken the first step toward making a change. I work with individuals, couples and families to help people take positive steps toward leading more fulfilling lives. When you are ready to examine your life in a safe, supportive environment, I invite you to get in touch with me. Together we'll take a look at your past in order to understand how you got to where you are presently and work to make changes that will enhance your life.
(503) 451-6185
Portland, Oregon 97214
Jessi Frothingham, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“If you're feeling trapped in relationship patterns that hurt you, it can feel defeating over time. Maybe is starts to seem like there's no way out and nothing else is possible. Let's test the reality of that together. I enjoy working with people that want to help a loved one with addiction, parents and adolescents struggling to connect, families needing help with communication, and couples that desire to reignite their relationship. I love working with individuals, couples and families to create the reality they want. Let's figure it out together, at your pace.
(971) 205-1863
Portland, Oregon 97214
Lindsay McGrath, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I specialize in repairing relationships and healing attachment injuries. Are you looking for balance? Are you having a difficult time with your partner? Everyone has strengths, but we occasionally fall into patterns that prevent us from seeing new solutions to stresses. You may have used strategies that worked before but no longer serve you. We can discover what's working and what's not. I work to uncover core motivations and look at the influence of your relationships. As your therapist, I help clarify problems, identify needs and provide direction toward solutions that will improve your life.
(503) 476-9551
Portland, Oregon 97205
Nancy Moore, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CISD
“I am a dedicated mental health professional and have over twenty years of experience working with individuals and their families to offer counseling, support, education, crisis intervention and resources. My goal is simply this ~ to help individuals achieve personal growth and well-being through counseling. Together we will identify your goals, explore thinking patterns and emotional barriers that may prevent you from reaching your fullest potential. My approach is down-to-earth, empowering, and supportive. Because I believe a good therapeutic connection between my client and myself is essential, I routinely offer a free 30-minute consultation.
(971) 236-4067
Portland, Oregon 97232
Bernard McDowell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
“Couples often trip over one issue--money, in-laws, house cleaning, or sex. Perhaps more often, they describe patterns of conflict "over every little thing". Some couples argue loud and long while others barely talk anymore. Science now predicts divorce 91% accurately within 5 minutes of assessing a couple. That same science identified patterns of conflicts which can be changed. It is possible to learn alternatives to navigate differences in a way both parties can feel respected. Many individual clients also come to address relationship issues, frequently having realized they keep repeating the same patterns or "mistakes".
(503) 897-7296
Portland, Oregon 97202
Kara Powers, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“I am a board certified psychiatrist offering psychiatric consultation, psychotherapy and medication management. I specialize in psychodynamic psychotherapy with adults who are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues or problems in school or work. Depending on the individual's needs and preferences, I also incorporate components of cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness. I join with my patients to understand their suffering and together we find solutions for change.
(503) 438-4503
Portland, Oregon 97219
Lynne Coon, Counselor  in Portland
“Is anxiety holding you back? If you worry more than you'd like; feel stuck because of fear; lose sleep because you can't shut your mind off; get thoughts and ideas stuck in your head that you can't let go of; feel tense and nervous too often; or avoid social situations, I can help. You'll learn to move forward in spite of fears, challenge worries and beliefs keeping you stuck or causing you to avoid people or certain situations and live life with a feeling of calm and ease. Call or email and let's get started!
(503) 451-6602
Portland, Oregon 97205
Sibelia Lisanne Chaiyahat, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have been in private practice since 2005. I provide Life Coaching services. Life Coaching is an alternative to counseling. It is a successful method of improving your life without insurance, a diagnosis, treatment plan, or drugs. The relationship is not bound by the same restrictions as when you see a therapist. No insurance company can dictate whether or not you deserve help, or how long or how often you can have it. It is not about fixing you but polishing your diamond within! Let's see what we can do together!
(503) 928-3844
Portland, Oregon 97206
Julie Prindle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD, MSW
“Dr. Julie Prindle is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Oregon and holds her Ph.D. in Counseling Education and Clinical Supervision from Oregon State University. She received her Masters of Social Work from St. Louis University. Julie has been serving her community as social worker for the past 19 years in areas of: wilderness therapy with adolescents; runaway and homeless youth ; co-creating an alternative school in SE Portland for adolescents; school social worker; providing mental health counseling to adolescents, couples and families; and writing and research in the field of narrative therapy and clinical supervision.
(503) 616-7281
Portland, Oregon 97216
Janis Crawford, Counselor  in Portland
“Each human condition inherently contains the energy of its opposite. Likewise, life problems often surround opportunities and strengths when they are explored with an alternate perspective. Whether you seek change, acceptance, solutions, or personal insight, our therapeutic alliance will support collaborative goal identification and attainment. I can facilitate your journey of self discovery by guiding you through the depths of your awareness to the truths that you hold in your own consciousness and beyond.
(503) 406-6009
Portland, Oregon 97213
Bob Linhares, Psychologist  in Portland
“I treat adults experiencing a variety of life's challenges, including relationship problems, transition challenges, career worries, money-related difficulties, health concerns, anxiety, and depression. This work combines practical guidance, problem solving and education. My therapeutic style is collaborative. Together, we look for insight into the origins of unwanted behavioral, emotional, and relationship patterns, then use that new knowledge to develop strategies to help you get "unstuck" and move forward in your life.
(971) 259-8965
Portland, Oregon 97209
Jean K Shirkoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, BCD, ACSW
“I believe it is important for all people to know solidly within themselves that they have value and to feel successful in their relationships. I have over twenty years of experience helping people. My orientation is attachment based and I work with individuals, couples and families.
(503) 610-2025
Portland, Oregon 97209
The Four Rivers, Counselor  in Portland
“The Four Rivers Christian Counseling Center offers professional and caring counseling services to individuals, couples, and families who are suffering, fearful, sad, stuck, desperate, and sometimes feeling hopeless. We provide counseling services for male adolescents, and adults while utilizing contemporary and effective methods of counseling within an affirming faith-based framework. You can start your work of change and transformation by calling us today to make an appointment or for more information. Our number is (503) 254-7732.
(503) 406-4252
Portland, Oregon 97216
Don Becker, Counselor  in Portland
“"No matter how difficult the problem you are facing, there is a solution." My therapeutic approach is designed to help you gain awareness and understanding into whatever is troubling you and to assist you in developing the practical skills to handle these issues more effectively. I believe that within our problems lie the keys to further growth and development when they are unfolded with awareness. Together, we will create a treatment plan that is tailored to meet your desired goals in therapy.
(503) 567-5428
Portland, Oregon 97086
Amy Baker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT
“You're upset, even angry, when others don't listen, understand or help. You're frustrated that what you've already tried hasn't seemed to work. It's overwhelming and exhausting facing challenges on your own and you're tired of banging your head against the wall while losing sleep in the process. The fact that you're reading this means you've already taken difficult steps toward making things better which in and of itself takes courage and strength. I admire your decision to seek help and want to support your efforts to gain control in your life.
(503) 564-1329
Portland, Oregon 97239
Paul G Brown, Psychologist  in Portland
“I am most interested in how people get along with themselves and their loved ones. In fact, the way that you treat others is often closely connected with how you treat yourself. Recognizing when and how this happens can be very helpful in saying what you really mean and finding the best words to persuade yourself to do what you want to do. Thinking outloud can make fuzzy problems much clearer and suggest things you can do and say to change what you are not happy with.
(503) 446-2257
Portland, Oregon 97210
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