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Grief Therapists in Eugene
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Gail Spinks, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I believe that exploring the meaning of life's beauties and tragedies through therapy can create a deeper sense of self and foster wholeness. Therapy can and should be a life-changing process. The journey toward healthy relationships and emotional healing may be rocky at times, but the rewards are invaluable. I work from a psychodynamic perspective, with the integration of family systems, object relations, and inter-subjective theories. I see clients who seek to improve relationships; heal from depression, anxiety, loss, and trauma; and discover meaningful purpose for their lives.
Grief
(541) 612-4400
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Therapeutic Animal Interactions & Life Skills, LLC, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Eugene
“I offer EAGALA certified non-riding equine assisted growth and learning. It is a powerful and effective approach that has an incredible impact on individuals, youth, families, and groups. It addresses a variety of issues including behavioral problems, relationship issues, communication needs, grief and loss and much more. The use of horses is experiential in nature. This means that participants learn about themselves and others by participating in activities with the horses, and then processing (or discussing) feelings, behaviors, and patterns.
Grief
(541) 946-3953
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Kari Primo-Liddy, Psychologist  in Eugene
“Life's complex circumstances and relationships can challenge our best coping efforts. Therapy is a brave undertaking which involves attending to feelings, questioning assumptions, and trying new behaviors. As a clinical psychologist who has practiced independently for over 10 years, I draw upon upon scientifically proven methods of cognitive behavioral therapy while tailoring treatment to your particular goals, strengths, and values. We work together to increase self-awareness, alleviate distress, and develop more flexible ways of relating to yourself and others.
Grief
(541) 526-7749
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Ellie Klopp, Counselor  in Eugene
“I believe that therapy is a collaborative process in which deep, lasting, positive changes emerge. Anxiety, low self esteem, trauma, eating disorders, relationship problems, and life transitions can prevent you from living a full life. I can help you increase your self confidence, overcome the effects of trauma, resolve past hurts and conflicts, develop confidence in yourself as a good friend and loving partner, change old patterns, and balance career and personal choices. I provide an atmosphere of acceptance and curiosity where hurts and conflicts are released, and confidence, insight, trust, and wisdom are strengthened.
Grief
(541) 343-1937 x11
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Patricia Henry-Schneider, Counselor  in Eugene
“"My approach to counseling is eclectic. To me that means that my ideas concerning human growth and development and my ideas concerning treatment strategies come from a variety of theories and practices. I see my primary counseling purpose as being one of assisting the client to achieve self-defined goals and to overcome problems that interfere with these goals. This process may involve problem-solving regarding specific current issues. It is likely to involve exploring past experiences to help understand how they have impacted personality development and/or habitual response patterns.
Grief
(541) 418-0770
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Paula Prober, Counselor  in Eugene
“I guide clients through their counseling process so that they can develop self-confidence, form healthy relationships, live a life of authenticity, and find a connection with a higher Self. I believe that childhood experiences affect emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being so there's usually an emphasis on healing wounds from the past. I often work with gifted adults and youth. Most of them were not identified as gifted in school, do not see themselves as exceptional, and are very uncomfortable with the label. Gifted individuals have what I call "rainforest minds"-- complex, intense, sensitive, intuitive, creative, analytical.
Grief
(541) 683-7167
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Amanda Lies, Psychiatric Nurse  in Eugene
“Amanda is a Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who specializes in caring for adults and adolescents with mental health needs. Ms. Lies practices with a holistic, person-centered, nursing based approach to provide psychotherapy and medication management in her private practice. Amanda's private practice is small, welcoming and peaceful. When you arrive you will be greeted and cared for one on one. As a client, you will be respected and supported as you make your journey towards well-being and self-actualization. You will never feel rushed or objectified under her gentle treatment.
Grief
(541) 516-6149
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Elizabeth Davis Akers, Counselor  in Eugene
“I believe things can get better, that clients can heal from past hurts, get through tough situations, and adjust to new realities. I facilitate finding answers to what is troubling each client, changing the way they relate to problems, improving how they feel about themselves, and coming to experience the joy-filled life they deserve. I assist clients through integrative and person-centered psychotherapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and the Twelve Steps.
Grief
(541) 238-2225
Eugene, Oregon 97401
“In 30+ years of private practice I have worked with a diverse group of people. I am trained in Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytically oriented Psychotherapy. Essentially this means I work to create a therapeutic relationship that facilitates the uncovering, examining and working through of internal conflicts that inhibit the person to fully experience life. Whether the problems manifest in the person's capacity for working, loving or playing it is the working alliance or fully negotiated therapeutic relationship that facilitates the desired changes. Please leave phone number in addition to email.
Grief
(541) 686-0077
Eugene, Oregon 97403
Wendy Park, Psychiatric Nurse  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, PhD, CNS-PP, BC
“I am a psychiatric medication management provider, who has an interest in psychotherapy as well. I provide supportive psychotherapy to my clients throughout the medication management process, because I believe medication is an adjunct for most people to the real work that is needed.
Grief
(541) 663-4299
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Jill Leffingwell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“For most people it's really challenging to move through difficult life circumstances alone. If depression, anxiety, past trauma, addiction, unhealthy relationships, or complicated family dynamics are creating barriers in your life, I would like to help you. I work with children and adolescents as well as adults, and enjoy working with couples and families in addition to individual therapy. I use compassion and unconditional acceptance to create a safe container in which to learn new ways of coping with, and moving past whatever situation you might find yourself in. With support, you CAN attain a better quality of life.
Grief
(541) 516-6183
Eugene, Oregon 97404
Anita N Browning, Counselor  in Eugene
“My approach is strengths-based, positive and non-judgmental. Together, we create an environment of safety and trust that is essential for exploring challenging issues. Offering guidance and support, my focus is to empower individuals and couples to increase harmony in their relationships and to develop an attitude of loving kindness toward themselves. My intention is to raise awareness of the impact of our thoughts on our feelings in order to awaken the power within each person to reduce negative thinking and increase health and well-being. A specialty is 1 to 1 individual personal psychotherapy.
Grief
(541) 238-2107
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Shannon K. Young, Psychologist  in Eugene
“I believe counseling is a collaborative process, and starts in the first session as we work together to understand your concerns. I am committed to providing a non-judgmental, supportive, and safe space to help you uncover the things that are getting in the way of your happiness and well-being. My style is a balance of warm, empathic listening and respectful challenging to promote your insight and personal growth. While I will help you understand the nature and origins of your concerns, I will also help you see and use your strengths and talents toward creating the life you want.
Grief
(541) 255-8255
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Sally Louise Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CADC
“When life is overwhelming asking for help is the first step. I am a licensed clinical social worker and certified alcohol and drug counselor with over 18 years of experience. I enjoy helping people make positive changes in their lives, incorporating positive psychology with traditional psychodynamic, solution focused and cognitive-behavioral methods.
Grief
(541) 968-6321
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Jonathan Stemer, Counselor  in Eugene
“Are you going through a career/life transition which is causing significant stress and overwhelm? Are you working in a job that is unfulfilling? Do you continue to repeat co-dependent patterns in relationships and would like to learn how to break free from them? Are you interested in exploring your spirituality? Would you like to work with a counselor who can support you in addressing all of these areas so that you feel inspired to make choices that lead to healing, transformation and empowerment in your life?
Grief
(541) 412-5791
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Dennis J Viene, Counselor  in Eugene
“I use an integrative therapeutic approach that emphasizes the humanistic aspects and uniqueness of each individual. My approach utilizes your strengths while identifying difficulties that have hindered your ability to take full advantage of your potential. I explore with you repetitive themes, recurring situations and behavioral patterns. Together we work on resolving difficult issues to promote increased self-awareness, understanding, and a state of wellbeing. I will assist you in developing effective ways of relating to yourself and others.
Grief
(541) 342-8208
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Gail Keller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“CHILD, ADOLESCENT, ADULT, AND FAMILY SPECIALIST: Anxiety, Anger, Depression, Relationship Issues, Behavior Problems, Trauma, PTSD, Grief and Loss, Adoption, and Christian Counseling. As a therapist, I draw on a broad palette of treatment modalities that enables me to select the most suitable therapeutic techniques for each one of my clients. Some of the therapies that have proven most successful in my work with children, adolescents, and adults: Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Art Therapy, Play Therapy, and Narrative Therapy.
Grief
(541) 233-0274
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Craig G Thorsen, Psychologist  in Eugene
“Over 20 years of experience working with adults, adolescents, children, and families with ADHD/ADD; Anxiety Disorders (Panic and OCD); Depression; Learning Difficulties; Autism Spectrum Disorder; and, Stress of pain and illness. I specialize in psychological evaluations and treatment for ADHD/ADD in children and adults. In therapy I see college students under stress; Families in conflict; Teens making risky choices; and Children and Adolescents with emotional and behavioral problems.
Grief
(541) 343-7171
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Erica L Freeman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I most enjoy working with you, someone motivated to find help. I will help you learn to cope effectively with depression, anxiety, bipolar and trauma disorders and I have for over 12 years. You could be individual, couple, family or in groups. Adolescents and adults are my focus. I will help you with stress or horrifying traumas, deaths, diagnoses. Experiencing the miracle of birth? Struggling with perinatal mood difficulties, sometimes mood and anxieties? I can help. I will teach you skills which enable and empower you to feel happy, stable, and so you can become independent again.
Grief
(541) 345-7010
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Nancy J Fletcher, Counselor  in Eugene
“My role as therapist is to assist people to know their own innate goodness and inner peace. The specialty of my 30+-year therapy practice has been the resolution of painful relationships, including those from childhood. For example, I have considerable experience helping women to recover from the effects of childhood sexual abuse. I also have experience with and enjoy helping individuals interested in personal growth, resolving issues of grief, depression, and/or anxiety, and exploring spirituality, and with couples who want to improve or enhance their relationship.
Grief
(541) 362-8218
Eugene, Oregon 97401

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