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Therapists in Bend

Deborah Macwilliams, Psychiatric Nurse  in Bend
“Entering into therapy can be both exciting and anxiety producing. As a provider of counseling and mental health care it is my belief and intention to offer attentive listening and to nurture a relationship of positive mutual regard. Trust is important - trust in the process, trust in the relationship, and trust in yourself. All my therapy approaches take into consideration the effectiveness of learning how to listen to your own thoughts, work with your emotions and beliefs, and pay attention to how your body both responds to and initiates feelings and thoughts. ****Please note I no longer prescribe or manage medications.
(541) 497-8382
Bend, Oregon 97702
Layne Hood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CPC
“I specialize in awakening resilience. My work fosters emotional agility, develops mental clarity, and optimizes personal power. Resilience is positive and constructive adaptation. Whether you feel out of balance, lost, broken, or looking to express yourself more fully, we can quickly activate growth in the direction you choose to help you feel better and deal well with what life presents. You can expect to access your strengths and activate your will to not simply survive but thrive and even flourish. You can expect to align with your positive energy and build more expansive patterns of thought, emotion, and action.
(541) 708-1934
Bend, Oregon 97702
Karen Craven, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCPC
“Life can be challenging and overwhelming. Sometimes we realize we aren't really living our lives to the fullest and are unsure about which direction to take. I believe that people want and are capable of making real changes. I am trained as a marriage and family counselor as well as a therapist. Working with people who are struggling with anxiety or depression is a specialty of mine. I also have a special interest in working with what is called the Highly Sensitive Person, a rather new area in the therapy community.
(847) 380-3159
Bend, Oregon 97702
Pete Pennington, Counselor  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, NCGC, CGAC-I, MS
“Live the life you've imagined! Do you feel STUCK or DISCONNECTED? Do you criticize yourself, hide your feelings or lose yourself in unhealthy relationships? Do worry, sadness, mood swings or bad habits drain joy from your life? Have you gotten a partial result from medications or therapy in the past but know you deserve a fuller life? Have you been on the merry-go round of improvement and backsliding with behaviors, drugs, alcohol, eating, shopping, gambling or internet addiction? If you answered yes to any of these questions and want help rebalancing your life, I'm your man.
(541) 207-1206
Bend, Oregon 97701
Robert Burch, Psychologist  in Bend
“Psychotherapy varies depending on the personality of both the therapist and the client, and the particular problems you, the client, bring to the therapy relationship. I am a Licensed Psychologist with over 25 years of experience. I am trained and experienced in doing Individual, group, couples, and family therapy with adults and adolescents (14 years and over).The early focus of therapy will Involve an evaluation of your needs, establishing a therapeutic relationship, developing self awareness, understanding thoughts, emotions, history, and current life circumstances that concern you, the client.
(541) 526-5228
Bend, Oregon 97701
Gayle L Dosher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“These are extremely stressful times, but you do not have to face it all alone. Depression and anxiety can lead, if left untreated, to isolation and self-destructive behaviors. Relationships may suffer and facing each day can feel overwhelming! In therapy, we work on restoring relationships. We work together to understand why you do what you do - then, change will come! Destructive patterns can be conquered. Trauma, stress, conflict, and great loss CAN lose their power. I love working with individual adults, families, couples, and teens who are ready to overcome their challenges.
(541) 246-6232
Bend, Oregon 97702
Lynne Herbert, Counselor  in Bend
“I help children, families, and couples to reconnect. Relationships are an essential part of our lives, and my therapy focuses on improving them, even when I'm working with someone individually. Difficulty with communication is usually a large piece of the problem that brings people in to see me. I help open and improve communication, and I teach clients how to continue to maintain closeness and connection outside of therapy in all of their relationships. When we feel more strongly supported by others in our lives, everything changes -- depression, anxiety, and anger decrease while a sense of security and joy increases.
(541) 526-7688
Bend, Oregon 97701
Stephanie S Russell, Psychologist  in Bend
“As a licensed psychologist, I work with adolescent and adult individuals and on occasion couples. I focus on aiding with personal change and self awareness, integrating and addressing life transitions and losses, addressing relationship challenges and issues, and aiding with coping and managing various difficulties including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, stress, chronic illnesses, and sexual issues. My work includes both acute and chronic issues.
(541) 368-4038
Bend, Oregon 97701
Sandy Macdonald, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My goal is to help adolescents and young adults use their special, unique qualities to find solutions to problems, enhance their relationships, build confidence, and develop a healthy sense of self. In my office along with various outdoor settings, I strive to create a safe, caring, and supportive environment, and then combine that with a seasoned clinical approach.
(541) 402-0008
Bend, Oregon 97701
Chelsea Meudt  in Bend
“Chelsea understands that beginning therapy can be overwhelming and prides herself on her unique ability to connect and build a therapeutic relationship with her clients. She has a passion for working with adolescents and has a reputation for being able to connect with even the "most challenging" kids in our community. Chelsea has over 10 years experience working with children, teens and their families in a variety of therapeutic settings including community outpatient, residential treatment, criminal justice, and schools settings.
(541) 727-4691
Bend, Oregon 97701
William Richard Allen,   in Bend
“I believe science and spirituality can mix and that all change comes from within. Certainly external circumstances and environment do play a major role in shaping us, as well as genetics, but research is showing that more of our lives are shaped around our beliefs. Behaviors we exhibit in daily life often reflect the beliefs that we hold and often these beliefs can be counterproductive. Hypnosis is a safe and reliable method for accessing the subconscious mind and supplanting old beliefs with new more productive beliefs, that better serve us. Open your mind to the possibilities. Hypnosis works.
(541) 639-4679
Bend, Oregon 97701
Brian J. Bulemore, Counselor  in Bend
“15+ years experience. SUBSTANCE USE CONCERNS * MENTAL HEALTH * ADOLESCENT/YOUNG ADULT SPECIALIST * RELATIONSHIP AND FAMILY CONFLICT * Licensed Professional Counselor and Level III Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor. I am a solution focused therapist working with clients to find relief for current presenting issues and long-term maintenance of their overall emotional/relational well-being. I have worked as an independent therapist, clinical supervisor, consultant, and residential treatment program administrator, having had the benefit of experiencing a wide range of clients and treatment situations. My goal is to provide clients with realistic and practical solutions that have potential for immediate application/results.
(541) 233-0281
Bend, Oregon 97701
Bruce W. Bundy, Psychologist  in Bend
“I have conducted a private practice in Bend since 1995 and offer services for adults and adolescents, including individual, couples, and family therapies, as well as psychological testing. My 30+ years of experience in the mental health field includes work in outpatient as well as inpatient settings. The majority of people seen in my practice present with concerns involving depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, stress-related conditions, trauma, and relationship difficulties. Using a combination of cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and interpersonal therapy approaches, I attempt to help clients enhance current coping strategies and build new skills for dealing with future stressors.
(541) 382-0279
Bend, Oregon 97701
Gene Kranz, Psychologist  in Bend
“I want to help you solve your problems and reach the goals and quality of life that you seek. I believe in your ability and the ability of your relationships to reach the next level of higher functioning. I provide a supportive and nurturing environment which is necessary for change and growth to take place. I offer both practical solutions (behavior change) and in-depth solutions (EMDR, mind-body integration techniques, emotional processing, and insight) to personal and relationship issues that can lead to unnecessary frustration, anxiety, and depression.
(541) 497-8093
Bend, Oregon 97702
Dan G Hicks, Counselor  in Bend
“I am an easy to talk to, solutions oriented therapist, who will partner with you in exploring the challenges of life and how to move forward in ways that will have a lasting impact on you and those you care about most. Together we will look beneath the surface to discover your strengths and make a plan to take on the challenges you are facing in life. I am especially equipped to help adolescents, marriages and families.
(714) 845-7115
Bend, Oregon 97702
Alan Werkman LCSW - Child and Family Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
“My approach is collaborative, ie, we figure out together what's going on and how best to work towards better outcomes. My patients are children, adolescents and their families, couples and adults - young and old. I have a good deal of experience with acting-out behaviors, parenting challenges, depression, anxiety, trauma-based behaviors. While some difficulties can be more skillfully dealt with, I am skeptical that life's problems can be 'resolved' forever and ever. Emotions and thoughts will forever arise, offering endless opportunities to learn different responses, ultimately transforming habitual reactions into conscious responses that work better for us.
(541) 394-0701
Bend, Oregon 97702
Carol Hopwood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I help young women held back by worry and fear to overcome anxiety and build emotional resilience for a happier more fulfilling and successful life. Lasting positive change enabling you to create the life you want. For over 20 years, I have been providing counseling and consulting for adults and adolescents using strength focused, evidence based, positive approaches to change. My specialty is helping clients, not only relieve painful emotional struggles and self-defeating behaviors, but to create lasting and sustainable change by using recent findings in the field of positive psychology and neuroscience in psychotherapy.
(541) 283-2501
Bend, Oregon 97702
Lara Schwartz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Are you feeling stressed, sad or perhaps overwhelmed by what is going on in your life right now? Do you wish you could talk to someone but don't know who? We have all felt like this at one time or another. Reaching out to a trained therapist for help is the first step to feeling better. As a respected and trusted healer, I understand what you are going through.
(541) 410-5343
Bend, Oregon 97701
Roberta Stopler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT
“Understanding your feelings is key to making a difference in your own life. You can change how you feel. Counseling can help you regain control of your life by identifying effective problem solving skills, setting realistic expectations and taking responsibility for your behavior.
(541) 237-7034
Bend, Oregon 97702
Pamela Gillet, Counselor  in Bend
“Calling for help can be intimidating. Hopefully I can make your first contact a safe experience. Our initial session is geared to getting to know each other, to hear your story, what prompted you to seek therapy, and talk about your goals. Be the end of this session we should have a good idea if we will work well together. If not, I will be happy to give you referrals. Psychotherapy is the intentional process of seeking change, a move towards healing. It is to that end that we can work together to achieve your goals as I offer my experience and training.
(541) 210-5547
Bend, Oregon 97702

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