Therapists: 41 to 60

Refine Your Search


Issues:

Common Issues:

Sexuality:

Mental Health:

Age:

Ethnicity:

Alternative Languages:

Religious Orientation:

Gender Issues:

Categories:

Treatment Orientation:

Modality:

Gender:

Video Enabled:

Type:

Accepted Insurance Plans:

Accepted Payment Methods:

Broaden Your Search

Grief Therapists in Eugene
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Chelsea E. Brandenburg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
“I help couples and individuals find stability when they are struggling with relationships, anxiety and stress. Using your values and beliefs, I can help you find your own answers to life's challenges. I specialize in Anxiety, Couples counseling, Divorce and separation, Adolescents, PTSD, Identity and Spirituality.
Grief
(541) 504-6356
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Katie Terrel, Counselor  in Eugene
“I work with adult individuals, and couples. Certified Imago Relationship Therapist. If you come as a couple, you'll be talking more with each other than to me, while I guide and direct your conversation so that you can get some insight into your defenses, and theirs. Instead of arguing you'll be communicating! It's hard work, so be ready to exchange negativity, blaming, and criticism for listening, appreciating, and re-connecting. Learn to express your frustrations without blaming your spouse or partner. I also work with individual adults for depression, anxiety and other mood problems. Diversity welcomed.
Grief
(541) 788-1415
Eugene, Oregon 97402
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
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
Healing Heart and Mind Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
“COUPLES,ADULTS, TEENS *Relationship * Stress * Depression * Anxiety * *Women's Issues* Senior Issues* Trauma * *Loss and Grief * Transitions * *PTSD * Mentally Ill Family Members * *Support * Meditation* Caregiving Issues" * Students Issues*
Grief
(541) 207-0335
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Amy B Athey, Psychologist  in Eugene
“When facing challenges in life, it is sometimes easier to see the things that are not going well or that we do not like. I offer an opportunity for people to see some of their strengths and how they can leverage them in coping with challenges they are facing. I strongly value the therapeutic relationship and collaborate so that the session is tailored to each person's needs and personality. I offer support and hope through a process where one can make desired changes, increase awareness, achieve goals, and have a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
Grief
(541) 517-5533
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, Acsw
“Effective therapy grows out of a relationship of trust. I pledge to bring my training, full attention, empathy and any wisdom to our sessions. You pledge to speak from your truth. I will note and interpret any patterns and issues and choices I see; you will integrate helpful insights to create a broadened range of choices, understandings and skills. Thus can pain be reduced, habits and perceptions modified, and life enriched.
Grief
(541) 507-9113
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Alison Prescott, Psychologist  in Eugene
“I have extensive training and experience in working with trauma and anxiety such as panic disorders and PTSD. I have seen very good results with using treatment models such as EMDR, somatic work, and most recently DNMS, which is a very effective ego state treatment therapy to heal childhood or past traumas through a gentle and well supported treatment program. Processing therapies tend to have better results than "talk" therapies because issues that are activating or traumatic become a part of the past. I also work with older children and adolescents and usually include parents in the treatment.
Grief
(541) 727-0539
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Joyce Baker, Counselor  in Eugene
“I enjoy helping people sort out issues that keep them stuck in old patterns, choices, family of origin patterns - and fate - that prevent them from living more authentically. We wonder why we keep repeating behaviors that make us miserable and keep us from our intended goals. My thirty plus years of practice gives me a broad perspective on how to help people live a healthier, more fully functioning life. I also work with people who care for a family member with dementia. I know the blessings and challenges of this task.
Grief
(541) 897-6852
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 an emotionally based, person-centered approach to provide psychotherapy and medication management in her private practice. Amanda's private practice is 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.
Grief
(541) 516-6149
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Solutions Therapy Consulting and Training, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
“Teresa Kintigh, LMFT and Lee Anne Wichmann, LMFT have over 40 years of combined experienced working with families, couples, children, teens and adults. We both have a particular passion for helping families with young children navigate the challenges of childhood. Our training and experience in the areas of trauma and attachment guide our work with families and individuals across the lifespan.Our years working with a non-profit has instilled the importance and value of collaboration with community partners.
Grief
(541) 516-1356
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Suzanne Mcdonald LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
“When walking into a therapists' office, it is common to be filled with many questions about therapy and how it works. I see therapy as a collaborative relationship between the therapist and client in which we work together to achieve mutually agreed upon goals. Whether you are an individual, couple, or a family with young children or teens I work with each one of you to establish a strong supportive working relationship. It is my belief that human beings possess the strengths and resources they need to solve their problems.
Grief
(541) 359-4344
Eugene, Oregon 97405
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
“Having worked at a community mental health center for 15 years, and residential counseling for teens before that, I have experience with a wide diversity of client's and issues. I particularly enjoy doing relationship counseling. Most of my clients have issues of depression, anxiety, anger management, personality disorders and serious and persistent mental illnesses like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. I am respectful of all spiritual traditions and have worked with people from different sexual orientations.
Grief
(541) 213-2154
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Ericka Souders, Counselor  in Eugene
“Exploring one's inner world is the greatest adventure and privilege in this life. Therapy is like exploring the wilderness, with all the twists, turns, discoveries, and joys that accompany adventures. When a solid therapeutic relationship is established, the therapist is like the compass who offers direction and a good pair of shoes for comfort. I've joined many courageous individuals for over a decade as they work through challenges related to depression, anxiety, relationships, substance abuse, grief and loss, life transitions, and spiritual growth. My approach is holistic, strengths-based, and client-centered.
Grief
(541) 357-8282
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Beverly Glover, Counselor  in Eugene
“Selecting a therapist can be a stressful process. I invite you for a free office consult to decide whether my therapeutic orientation will meet your needs. My practice includes a variety of approaches and skills which include assisting couples with communication and conflict resolution and individuals with overcoming obstacles that prevent them from being functional or successful. Past trauma is often a major obstacle in preventing individuals from moving forward. Addictive behaviors, anxiety and depression are common stumbling blocks with which I provide a safe and supportive space to embark upon your journey of healing.
Grief
(541) 303-0130
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Monica J Olsen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Are you experiencing less satisfaction in your relationships with family and friends? Are your thoughts about yourself and others creating feelings of stress or sadness? Perhaps you are looking to achieve a more rewarding, peaceful life for your self. Sometimes taking care of yourself means reaching out for the help you need. You can create a more joyful life. Call me for a telephone consultation. There is no cost for this benefit. Your happiness does matter.
Grief
(520) 829-1692
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Craig G Thorsen, Psychologist  in Eugene
“Over 25 years of experience helping both ADULTS and CHILDREN with ADD/ADHD and anxiety disorders, and helping CHILDREN and TEENS, and their families, with behavior problems; anxiety disorders; depression; learning difficulties; Autism Spectrum Disorder; and, the stress of pain and illness. I specialize in psychological evaluations for ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and learning disorders in children and adults. In therapy I see COLLEGE STUDENTS under stress; FAMILIES in conflict; TEENAGERS making risky choices; and CHILDREN and ADOLESCENTS with emotional and behavioral problems.
Grief
(541) 343-7171
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Rachel R. Chester, PsyD, LLC, Psychologist  in Eugene
“I provide compassionate, creative, and collaborative individual and family therapy that supports people as well as families in navigating through difficult situations in their lives. My goal is to help adults recognize and utilize their personal strengths as well as develop insight about them self to create lasting change that will enhance their life. When working with children and families, I create a safe place for children and adolescents to express their thoughts and work through their emotions. I collaborate with parents, teachers, and medical professionals to develop individualized treatment and support.
Grief
(541) 516-1485
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, LPA, LPC
“The main focus of my practice is addressing the mental health needs of male clients (boys and young men to elders). I am particularly skilled in assisting males address issues that arise around transitional periods of life. For example, these are the challenges of adolescence, adjusting and coping with college and career issues, preparation and adjusting to retirement. I am skilled in helping individuals manage depression, anxiety and other mood disorders. Additionally, I am highly experienced in assisting clients manage substance and technology addictions. Working with boys and men who have anger management challenges is another area of my expertise.
Grief
(541) 516-6095
Eugene, Oregon 97401

Not enough Grief Therapists (Bereavement, Loss, Mourning) to choose from?
Try expanding your search for Therapists in Eugene to a larger area (e.g. Lane County, Oregon)
Grief (Bereavement, Loss, Mourning) Therapists
If you're looking for help with grief in Eugene or for an Eugene grief therapist these professionals provide grief counseling and grief support. They include grief therapists, grief psychologists, grief psychotherapists and grief counselors. They can help with grieving, grief stages, stages of grief and grief loss.If you're looking for help with grief in Eugene or for an Eugene grief Therapist these professionals provide grief counseling and grief support. They include Eugene grief Therapists, grief psychologists, grief psychotherapists and grief counselors. They can help with Eugene grieving , grief stages, stages of grief and grief loss.

If you're looking for help with bereavement in Eugene or for an Eugene bereavement Therapist these professionals provide bereavement counseling and bereavement support. They include Eugene bereavement Therapists, bereavement psychologists and bereavement counselors.

If you're looking for help with a recent loss in Eugene of a loved one, or you're feeling a sense of loss, these Therapists provide loss counseling and support for you. They include Eugene loss Therapists, loss and loss counselors.

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

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