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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

Lauren R Disner  in Portland
“In private practice located in the Bethany Village area, I work with clients experiencing depression, anxiety, high-conflict couples, domestic violence, inter-cultural relationships, and addiction. I strive to help individuals, couples and families to improve their lives and relationships. I employ a theoretical perspective that embraces the multifaceted aspects of life and family. My goal is to work as your ally in helping you improve your life and the relationships important to you.
(503) 928-7289
Portland, Oregon 97229
Katie Johnson Clark, Counselor  in Portland
“I enjoy working with clients who are motivated to make real changes in life. I use Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)to work collaboratively with clients on concerns such as anxiety, OCD, depression, social phobias, career coaching, grief & loss, relationship difficulties, and more. I help clients identify the factors contributing to their unwanted feelings, then use scientifically supported, research based treatment methods to deliver therapy that quickly makes a difference in clients lives. I have training and experience working with clients of diverse ethnic groups, belief systems, sexual orientations and celebrate diversity.
(503) 781-1997
Portland, Oregon 97239
Peter Gold  in Portland
“Though the "talking cure" has proven its effectiveness over time and I am highly trained in optimizing its effectiveness, sometimes it alone is not enough. When appropriate, I supplement talk therapy sessions with a psychologically-based form of moving meditation called emotional qigong. Beyond complementing the effectiveness of talking things out, integrating the mind and body facilitates and enhances the process of change. Though each individual and life circumstance is singular and unique, I support all the people I work with through unconditional acceptance, presence, genuineness, and responsiveness.
(503) 476-9175
Portland, Oregon 97232
Megan E Miller, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“My primary objective when clients begin counseling is to create a safe, nonjudgmental environment for them to speak openly and honestly about their lives and identify the direction they would like their lives to take. I believe therapy is a place to process experiences but also for clients to move towards healthy life changes. My therapeutic style is influenced by CBT, motivational interviewing, narrative and solution-focused therapies. I also integrate the NVC communication model to work on identifying feelings and needs and develop skills to communicate those to others.
(503) 476-9446
Portland, Oregon 97214
Anne D. Emmett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I enjoy working with individuals looking for short or longer term therapy. I strive to work collaboratively with you to understand the issue that you bring to therapy, to explore any meanings attached to the issue and to work together to find some resolution. I find it is helpful to start with developing compassion towards yourself and your present life situation as I believe empathy for yourself will grow as well as towards others.
(503) 536-1232
Portland, Oregon 97214
Sara Penner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker specializing in working with children and families on issues ranging from: trauma, anxiety, depression, emotional regulation, self esteem, family changes, adoption, ADHD and grief and loss. I am comfortable providing individual and/or family treatment and will work with you to determine the best option given your own treatment goals and needs.
(503) 985-6909
Portland, Oregon 97239
Sellwood Counseling Services, Counselor  in Portland
“My training as a couples, marriage and family therapist leads me to view client functioning in terms of relationships. My goal is to help clients bring forth a self that feels true and real. I help clients learn to ask for and receive what they need from others, embracing life and life's challenges with courage, renewed spirit, and a sense of wholeness. When clients feel supported, validated, and understood they often find that symptoms of depression and anxiety are relieved. Working with me, clients will learn to access their inner resources as we generate solutions together.
(503) 446-3242
Portland, Oregon 97202
Mary McGill, Counselor  in Portland
“Do you want more out of your life but you are feeling stuck in old patterns? Does fear or feeling down stop you from enjoying life? Have you had a loss or a terrible experience and are "just not yourself"? I can help you. I use techniques for understanding the problem and finding the ways that can open you to new possibilities. By getting in touch with the desires of your heart, I can help you meaningfully navigate the ups and downs of life. I work collaboratively to cultivate what you most value for yourself, your relationships, your family, and your community.
(503) 766-5497
Portland, Oregon 97219
Peter Barbur, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you feeling sad or anxious or depressed? Are you concerned about an addiction? Are you under stress at work or home? I can help you to be satisfied and in control again. With thoughtful counseling assistance, Individual and couples can move from feeling stuck, worried, and confused to recognizing their strengths and value. Visit my website at to learn more about my counseling and consulting services. I also provide coaching and career planning to assist you at work and at play.
(971) 832-5648
Portland, Oregon 97232
Katharyn Waterfield  in Portland
“I truly believe that you have not landed here by accident. ~Welcome!~ Whether you are feeling stuck in invisible and limiting patterns and just can't seem find your way out, or you are facing unexpected or difficult changes in your life, I can help. Together we will empower and support you to navigate the unfamiliar, and to find the reasons AND the solutions for the old stuck patterns. I am dedicated to supporting you in your personal growth including through the important and sometimes difficult life transitions. Transitions: Let's make them your thresholds into greater Living and Wholeness.
(503) 487-0289
Portland, Oregon 97202
Rita C Hill, Psychologist  in Portland
“Many new clients feel overwhelmed at the start of therapy. I understand this, and I strive to create an environment that is safe and non-judgmental. I firmly believe that a safe therapeutic relationship is the foundation of effective psychotherapy. I actively collaborate with clients to create an agreed upon map for this journey. As a psychologist, I see myself as an expert guide one who helps clients become more aware of the landscape within themselves and between themselves and others. I believe that with awareness and clarity, clients are better able to travel out of suffering and into satisfaction.
(503) 451-6329
Portland, Oregon 97202
Ann Leonard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Some people come to therapy when they are confused or stuck, others come wanting more from life. Some want help navigating life transitions involving relationships, vocation/career, a return to school, etc. Still others want to understand and recover from traumatic life experiences. I strive to create a therapeutic relationship which is respectful and emotionally supportive, promoting your understanding of self and place in the world.
(503) 967-2599
Portland, Oregon 97210
Carol Spears, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you struggling with overwhelming emotions? Do you go around in a fog? Does the weight of grief or sadness feel like it will never end? I understand that it can be difficult to find the right person to talk to. Let me show you how to use your challenge as a doorway to get your life back on track. In the context of therapy, I can help you to learn to transform difficult emotions, heal from trauma or grief, and reconnect with joy. You will be able to bring hopefulness and meaning back into your life.
(971) 236-5265
Portland, Oregon 97212
Jarusha C Kutz, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
“Integrative mental health is my passion. I value your input in tailoring treatment, whether it be medication management with therapy, or therapy alone. If you like, I will integrate treatment with your other practitioners. I am a holistic clinician, and I want to support all your treatment options, including those that involve naturopathic and alternative approaches.
(503) 343-9806
Portland, Oregon 97205
Elizabeth Fisher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, PhD
“Has your child or teen been through a difficult experience? I specialize in emotional and relational disorders arising from trauma, divorce, adoption, and less-than-optimal early childhood experiences. My orientation integrates modern neuroscience with relational psychotherapy. I utilize multiple expressive arts approaches in my work including sandtray, play therapy, psychodrama, movement, and art therapy. I am a supportive therapeutic and educational advocate for special needs children and their families. I also regularly treat individual adults, families, and couples. You may come alone or bring a family member with you for a free, 1-hour initial consultation.
(541) 526-7218
Portland, Oregon 97227
Michael Crockett  in Portland
“I enjoy working with clients on problems related to identity, finding meaning in difficult circumstances, and identifying one's place in the world. My dissertation examined the influence of significant experiences (for example: a traumatic event or a spiritual emergency) on shaping one's worldview and approach to living. Other specialty areas of mine include working through anxiety and depression. Depending on your needs, we can take a directive approach targeting specific symptoms (e.g. social anxiety, worry, panic attacks) or a less structured approach where you can reflect upon what you want to pursue in life.
(503) 713-6296
Portland, Oregon 97204
Anna Lisa Couturier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADCI
“My approach to counseling is centered on building a relationship with youth and families, adults, and couples that is based on dignity and mutual respect. I attempt to create an atmosphere of cooperation and equality in counseling, based on the belief that clients are the experts on their own lives and experiences, and that this expertise can be utilized in the process of making change. I believe compassion and authenticity are essential to forging a strong therapeutic relationship.
(503) 953-6040
Portland, Oregon 97214
Sunny Sky Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Portland
“Hello! I am Chad Ernest, Owner and Counselor of Sunny Sky Counseling, LLC. Every one could use some sunny sky in Portland now and again. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Oregon, who believes in the best in all of us and tries to help you find that in yourself. Whether that means I am working with you as an individual, your family, or as a couple, I am working to help you find the best outcomes. I believe in a client/family centered approach with collaboration in treatment between you and myself.
(503) 374-1642
Portland, Oregon 97213
Vivian Aguilera, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Everyone has a story to tell. Our lives are made up of a collection of stories and our perceptions of the things that have happened to and around us. By giving voice to these stories, we can work together to help you better understand yourself and move forward in life. Through our work together clients will set and reach goals that will allow them to feel better. I firmly believe that by having a safe place to share and explore your stories and thoughts, you will begin to heal, get stronger, and reach your personal goals.
(503) 446-6035
Portland, Oregon 97217
Koreana Mangan  in Portland
“My goal as a therapist is to help you connect more deeply with yourself and others, and to restore you to your natural state of health and wholeness. With more than a decade of clinical experience, I bring a warm, authentic, and collaborative approach to my work. I specialize in the areas of couples therapy, interpersonal/relationship issues, trauma, anxiety and depression. My primary theoretical orientations are Gestalt and Emotionally Focused Therapy.
(503) 505-9208
Portland, Oregon 97214
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