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Family Therapy Therapists in Albany

Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, SAP
“Sometimes life's circumstances throw challenges our way that we have difficulty resolving. I maintain a therapeutic relationship where my clients are able to resolve personal concerns in a safe, confidential, and caring environment. My work history includes counseling individuals, couples, families, and groups with primary focus on maintaining motivation to change, cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, from a client centered approach.
Family Therapy
(541) 833-0221
Albany, Oregon 97321
Lonny R Bevill, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“During the past 20+ years that I have been a licensed marriage and family therapist, I have worked in private practice, group practice and in church settings. Each of these have contributed to my expertise in dealing with a variety of issues with individuals, couples and families. I believe that to be healthy requires openness to growth and development. I utilize an eclectic approach to promote this growth, emphasizing healthy structures and encouraging flexibility. Life brings challenges that occasionally require us to adjust our approach. I look forward to being able to help you enhance your life and enrich your family!
Family Therapy
(541) 526-5248
Albany, Oregon 97321
Kevin Keenan, Counselor  in Albany
“A goal of counseling is to help the client grow, develop, and change in ways that they may not have been able to do on their own. My role as a counselor is to help the client through this process of change by offering my expertise and providing a safe, nurturing environment in which change may occur. I use a cognitive-behavioral perspective and offer an eclectic set of techniques in addressing the cognitive and emotional needs of my clients. Together we will explore your various alternatives and their potential outcomes.
Family Therapy
(541) 378-6335
Albany, Oregon 97321
Traci M Wendell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been in practice for fifteen years. I enjoy working with individuals, couples and families. I focus on helping people change unhappy patterns in their lives and find relief from suffering.
Family Therapy
(541) 639-3919
Albany, Oregon 97321
Therapeutic Solutions of Oregon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
“Ericís approach to individual and family counseling is rooted in a compilation of family of origin, family systems, cognitive behavioral, collaborative problem solving, solution focused and narrative theories. He earned a bachelorís degree from Graceland College in 1998, studying Sociology and Psychology and a Master of Social Work degree from Portland State University in 2006 studying Counseling. Eric is a member of the National Association of Social Workers. He has extensive training and experience in providing child and family therapy including more than six years at the Linn Benton Lincoln Education Service District as a Behavior Consultant.
Family Therapy
(541) 516-6220
Albany, Oregon 97321
“My approach to the counseling process is very direct and combines skills obtained from years of practicing law as well as years of practicing psychotherapy.I will focus initially on building a therapeutic alliance from a broad mix of theoretical and sociocultural competencies including Native American, dialectical and existential perspectives. I provide specialized pain management, trauma treatment, dialectical behavioral therapy and co-occurring disorder therapy for both mental health and addiction issues including eating disorders. I work with all populations specializing in work with teens, adults and families.
Family Therapy
(503) 406-6806
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97321
Annmarie O'Daniel, Counselor  in Albany
“I work with children, adolescents, families, and couples. In my experience with children and families, therapeutic work with children is inherently family work. Parents are the best experts on their children. They are the foundation from which new capacities can be built and supported in their own and their children's lives. I join with families to address the concerns that are important to them from an attachment based perspective. I rely heavily on forming a therapeutic relationship built on trust, understanding, and authenticity to support families in re-writing old stories and creating new relationship possibilities.
Family Therapy
(541) 460-5661
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97321
Barbara Balowitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“People facing depression, anxiety disorders, relationship problems and stress are the focus of my practice. If you are in a life transition involving your relationship, family or career, I will work with you to weather the storm and reach your goals.
Family Therapy
(503) 567-2446
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97321
Arthur Salamon, Counselor  in Albany
“I offer help in healing the emotional wounds that cause struggle and suffering in your life. These wounds may manifest as depression, anxiety, addiction, or chronic relationship struggles. I will help you gently and safely discover these wounds, and help you learn how to nurture and heal yourself. I have particular insight and information around issues with ADD/ADHD and sex/pornography addiction.
Family Therapy
(206) 673-3824
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97321
My Life Alive LLC  in Albany
“"Somatic Experiencing(tm) is a body-awareness approach to trauma being taught throughout the world. It is the result of over forty years of observation, research, and hands-on development by Dr. Levine. Based upon the realization that human beings have an innate ability to overcome the effects of trauma, Somatic Experiencing has touched the lives of many thousands. SE(tm) restores self-regulation, and returns a sense of aliveness, relaxation and wholeness to traumatized individuals who have had these precious gifts taken away." www.traumahealing.com
Family Therapy
(503) 376-6877
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97321
Cascade Pathways, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Albany
“The focus and strength of Cascade Pathways is to address individuals struggling with any form of addiction or substance abuse. We strive to have a non-institutionalized, respectful, caring relationship - supporting the change and goals that a client truly desire. Sessions are generally with a single counselor, but when a person feels it can be helpful, group therapy can be available. Sessions are generally therapeutic in nature, but can also include educational offerings around the effects of drugs and alcohol, the neurobiology of addiction, the disease concept, recognizing denial mechanisms, coping with triggers and craving and relapse prevention.
Family Therapy
(541) 516-6465
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97321
Jackie Tasker, Counselor  in Albany
“It is my belief that success of therapy is a collaborative effort; feeling comfortable with your therapist and you, as the client, taking responsibility to make the changes necessary to meet your goals. Making positive and lasting changes takes both effort and dedication on both our parts.
Family Therapy
(541) 255-4192
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97321
Amanda Orton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, it is my desire to help clients learn healthier coping and communication skills. I strive to help my clients gain a better understanding of themselves, their problematic and possibly self destructive patterns, how to view situations in a different, more constructive way and how to make positive changes in their lives and relationships.
Family Therapy
(541) 526-7312
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97321
Adam Clark, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFT
“Our relationships with family and friends have a tremendous impact on our general well-being. Having been trained in marriage and family therapy, I specialize in relationship problems such as marital dissatisfaction and parent-child conflict. I have also worked extensively with individuals helping them overcome their personal emotional struggles such as depression, anxiety or problematic behaviors. Whenever possible I like to involve family members and significant others in treatment. Having that support and working together toward healing solutions only makes sense when dealing with life's challenges.
Family Therapy
(801) 528-4682
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97321
Rachel C Taylor, Counselor  in Albany
“I am currently serving as a private practitioner here in Corvallis, OR, and among my areas of expertise are PTSD, trauma, anxiety, depression, divorce, sexuality, relationship issues, and boundaries and communication. As a counselor who works from a holistic framework, I have a deep interest and intention in guiding individuals toward finding their authentic self. I pull from multiple complimentary therapeutic approaches, and use a myriad of techniques. I feel comfortable working with individuals, families and couples, and enjoy working with clients' of all ages, cultures, and backgrounds.
Family Therapy
(541) 526-7478
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97322
Jana Svoboda, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Time for a change? I help people access their strengths to get unstuck and achieve their goals. A licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years experience, I have specialized training in problem-solving, strategic and structural therapies. I enjoy working with individuals, children and their families to reduce problem behaviors and communication difficulties, and provide support during times of crisis or transition. I use a strengths-based, goal oriented treatment approach grounded in respect for my clients, and truly enjoy my work. I accept most insurance and EAP programs, and bill directly for my services. I love my work and it shows.
Family Therapy
(541) 224-5025
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97321
Angela Koning, Counselor  in Albany
“At different times in our lives, we may find ourselves challenged or feeling overwhelmed by the demands of our lives, our relationships, our careers, our health, or transitions. It is during these challenges, that a trusting relationship with a counselor can give the dynamic support, to sort through our thinking, feeling, and patterns of behavior. Through this mindful work we may begin to see ourselves and our options in a new way. This offers the opportunity to grow and regain balance in our lives creating new strategies for a balanced life and conscious relationships.
Family Therapy
(541) 272-6132
Office is near:
Albany, Oregon 97321
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Jane Irby Allen,psychological assessment & therapy, Psychologist  in Albany
“My ideal client is someone who has realized they keep tripping over the same life problem or unpleasant situation. This individual wants to find out how to do something different to create a positive change in their life.This discovery process might involve some testing, or might be stand alone therapy, but will require effort from both of us. I enjoy a challenge and expect the therapy process to be collaborative whether struggling with a life change, starting over, or dealing with a loss. Anxiety, depression, PTSD, and sexual abuse are areas of experience, utilizing individual or group format.
(541) 716-0349
Albany, Oregon 97322
“The focus of my practice is exclusively forensics. I take referrals only from attorneys and the Courts; they are my clients. My evaluations include but are not limited to: aid and assist, criminal responsibility, capacity to waive rights, parental fitness evaluations and general psychological and neuropsychological evaluations within a forensic context.
(541) 243-0204
Albany, Oregon 97321
Leresa Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Albany
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADCI
“Life is quite hard at times, and seeking help can feel pretty scary. Providing a safe environment for your expression of thoughts, feelings, and actions without the fear of being judged is my initial goal. Together we explore your strengths and options for improving what is troubling you. If you wonder whether your issue is serious enough to seek counseling over, I invite you to contact me for a free telephone or face-to-face consultation to explore this. If you know you want counseling, you can use this free consultation to see if you're comfortable with my therapeutic style.
(541) 238-2058
Albany, Oregon 97321
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Family Therapy Therapists
If you're looking for family therapy in Albany or for an Albany family therapist these professionals provide family therapy services and structural family therapy services. They include family therapists and marriage family therapists. Therapists in Albany using the techniques of 'family therapy' (also referred to as marriage and family therapy and family counseling) view change in terms of the systems of interaction between family members.

Family relationships often affect psychological well-being and, regardless of the origin of an issue, or whether it may be the "individual" or "family" who is presenting it, involving the family in the solution can be of great benefit. Families participate directly in sessions during which the family therapist helps conversations in a way that draws upon and builds the strengths, wisdom and support of the wider family unit.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Albany have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Albany you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Albany and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Albany or family therapy in Albany.