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Grief Therapists in Eugene
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Cathy Rosewell Jonas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Counseling, Coaching, and Consulting: Guiding you with strategies to help create greater joy in your life, ease adjustments and transitions, and positively address a variety of emotional, psychological, and behavioral challenges: grief and loss, crisis support, depression, ruminating thoughts, pain-management, end-stage life decision-making, retirement, medical hardship or disabling condition, addiction and family impact, sleep disturbances, work stress, relationships, obsessive-compulsive issues, phobias, and anxiety. I teach a variety of mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral approaches to address a variety of life challenges. I especially enjoy working with women, and young, middle-aged, and older adults.
Grief
(541) 255-4708
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Victoria (Tori) Corbett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
“Overwhelmed with anxiety or stress? Anger or frustration getting in the way of relationships? But are you wondering ~ why bother sitting around and talking about "feelings?" Because it helps. Evidenced based research confirms that therapy is a highly effective tool for learning new coping skills and letting go of old patterns. With over 15 years experience and training, I offer a safe, professional and non judgmental environment where we can explore areas in your life that are creating barriers and isolation. Together we can examine anger, anxiety, past trauma, poor self esteem, stressed relationships, mood swings, loss and grief.
Grief
(541) 526-7737
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
Chaunce Windle, Psychologist  in Eugene
“Although I am a generalist by training, I especially enjoy helping people overcome their struggles with food and body image, depression, anxiety, trauma, and cultural identity development (e.g., sexual orientation, race, ability status, etc.). I also enjoy helping people enhance their relationships through couples and group therapy. My intention is for you to leave our sessions feeling validated, accepted, and prepared to face your struggles with new insights and increased confidence. My style is active, meaning that I balance listening and empathic support with gentle challenges, exercises, and ideas for maintaining your therapeutic growth outside of our weekly sessions.
Grief
(541) 516-1654
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
Kathy Chilton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I work with individuals, couples, and families on a variety of issues including: parenting and school issues, TAG, underachievement, and learning disabilities; trauma healing; healthy communication; relationship dynamics; anxiety and depression; and chronic illness. People do the best they can at any given time. Sometimes life brings challenges which can overwhelm an individual's, couple's or family's resources. I work with clients to assess their current situation, identify goals, and develop strategies to meet those goals in a timely manner. My clients find ways to supplement existing coping skills and develop new approaches to replace ineffective strategies.
Grief
(541) 423-2099
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Ben Moltman, Counselor  in Eugene
“For most of us, there are points in our lives where we feel completely stuck, with no clear sense of how to move forward. What can make these periods especially difficult is that the very conditions with which we struggle -anxiety, depression, unresolved trauma, self-defeating behaviors, relationship problems- also leave us feeling isolated, confused and alone. My goal as a therapist is to provide an open and compassionate therapeutic environment where every part of my client's experience is welcomed with warmth and curiosity. Feeling supported in this way can be tremendously relieving and transformative.
Grief
(541) 207-0311
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
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
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
Jessica J Champion, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CADC
“With training and experience in both mental health issues and addictions, I specialize in assisting adults and adolescents with: improving mood, family of origin work, enhancing communication, healing from family substance abuse, integrating identities, exploring spiritual issues, and identifying core values as an anchor in difficult times. I also offer private assessments using American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria to address substance use concerns, identify the appropriate level of care, and explore motivation to change. My goal is to facilitate a nurturing process, tailored to you, that ultimately leads you to a sense of empowerment and connection with others.
Grief
(541) 537-4425
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Cynthia Roberts, Counselor  in Eugene
“Would you like to heal from past trauma? Would like to create deeper connections within your relationships? Are you looking for a skilled Therapist for your child? Are you pregnant or postpartum and experience feelings of panic, hopelessness, anger, or sadness? Cindy can help.
Grief
(541) 639-3807
Eugene, Oregon 97405
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
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
Krista Day-Gloe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EMDR
“My goal as a therapist is to help you restore balance in your life. My approach to therapy is based on building a relationship with you so that you feel comfortable expressing your needs. Once we have created that environment, we will start to explore what may be underlying your current state of distress, identify if there are other contributing factors, and what goals you would like to address in sessions. I believe that each individual has the tools they need to succeed, but sometimes we all need help figuring out how and when to use those tools.
Grief
(541) 210-5312
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Lisa J Griffin, Counselor  in Eugene
“Life can be challenging and I enjoy helping individuals find ways to navigate those challenges. Through your work with me we will explore your personal experiences and find ways to create the life you desire to live. I have over 20 years of professional experience in the mental health field, 6 of those have been in private practice.
Grief
(541) 526-7780
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
Joy Lum, Psychologist  in Eugene
“Sometimes we can be dealt a lot of blows or disappointments in life and it's tough slogging though it alone. I welcome working with those who are suffering with depression or anxiety, and with those who are facing transitions or relationship difficulties, among other life issues. Sometimes family issues and/or past wounds can become the focus of treatment. Receiving therapeutic support during these critical moments can make a positive and lasting difference.
Grief
(541) 516-1362
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Dennis J Viene, Psychologist  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
“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

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