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Grief Therapists in Eugene
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Jill Robertson, Counselor  in Eugene
“It takes courage to ask for help...for you and your child/teen. I believe that you, as your child's parent/caregiver, are the most important person in your child's life. Therefore my approach is to work with both you and your child to increase your understanding of your child's behaviors and needs so that you can respond to your child in effective ways which help him/her feel and function better. I will individualize a therapeutic process that will put your child and you at ease as you find increased attunement and desirable relational outcomes.
Grief
(541) 435-2682
Eugene, Oregon 97402
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
Dora Parys, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you facing major life transitions or feel overhelmed by life changes, strained relationships or significant losses? Together we will work to explore new possibilities, expand your understanding of self, solidify your strenghts and foster hope about the future. You will grow, shift assumptions about self and feel in control. I believe that personal growth is always possible even when faced with most difficult situations. Sometimes it is the smallest changes we make that are most important.
Grief
(541) 237-7085
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Cynthia Palman, Psychiatrist  in Eugene
“As a psychiatrist and psychotherapist, I offer compassionate and effective treatment for adults and adolescents looking to address the symptoms and issues of concern in their life. With many years of experience, I draw on a variety of therapeutic approaches and can offer a holistic, individualized approach that is right for each person. Treatment may include, therapy, medication or a combination of both. I enjoy working with people who are looking to make a positive change in order to live a fuller, richer life.
Grief
(541) 702-1571
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Jonathan Stemer, Counselor  in Eugene
“Are you feeling stressed, anxious and overwhelmed? Are you going through a significant life transition and need clarity on choices and direction? Would you like to discover work that is more inspiring, meaningful and creative? 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
Sandra Wiley, Counselor  in Eugene
“The shocks and uncertainties of life can result in overwhelming anxiety and unstable mood. As a psychotherapist, I am committed to helping women and men with anxiety, panic attacks, depression, addiction, and PTSD to explore their history and internal wisdom, to discover and overcome the origins of their suffering. Through collaborative exploration, we identify your strengths and coping methods, review the issues you wish to address. Once you identify your strengths and coping methods, and gain more insight into problems that have been keeping you stuck, you will naturally begin to experience a healthy shift in your mood and perspective.
Grief
(541) 205-7341
Eugene, Oregon 97401
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
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
“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
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
Patti Bear, Counselor  in Eugene
“I know that looking for a therapist is difficult. Clients often feel worried about being judged or labeled. My goal is to get to know you so that you feel understood, cared about, and supported. I use a variety of techniques tailored to meet your goals and needs. I have experience with Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness, and a full range of cognitive and behavioral approaches.
Grief
(541) 626-0151
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
Cort Heroy, Counselor  in Eugene
“Developing a comfortable rapport with a therapist is essential to effective treatment. I believe in offering an open and affirming space where clients can bridge the gap between where they feel they are and where they would like to be. I perform therapy that is free from judgment; if it is important to you, it is important to me, and will be addressed with dignity and respect. That being said, I do often use humor in therapy sessions, as laughter can be an invaluable tool in managing and overcoming even the most serious of issues.
Grief
(541) 319-7687
Eugene, Oregon 97402
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
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
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
Emily Johnson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT, QMHP
“My belief in people informs my work as a clinician. I believe that because we are all human, we face a variety of struggles throughout our lives. If these struggles seem too much for you to handle at present, perhaps I can come alongside and support you toward insight, growth, and healing. I think that each of us holds the potential to make positive changes both on an individual and relational level. My approach is one motivated by compassion, acceptance, empathy, thoughtfulness, and kindness. I strive to engage in the therapeutic process in an open, honest, and collaborative way.
Grief
(541) 716-5704
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Janet Green, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass . . . it's about learning how to dance in the rain." When we learn to dance in the rain of our emotional or situational anguish, we often discover self compassion and acceptance that transform the places in our minds and bodies where we feel immobilized by feelings such as worry, discouragement, heartache, fear, and anger. In my work with older adolescents, adults and couples, I am committed to helping my clients find self understanding, heal emotional pain, build relationship skills, change unhelpful patterns and create more fulfilling lives.
Grief
(541) 392-0019
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

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