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Family Counseling Therapists in Hillsboro

Michelle M. Pliske, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hillsboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My focus is providing individual and family therapy for adults, adolescents and children. I have specialty areas in child development with a play therapy room designed for expressive therapies. I am trained in EMDR and trauma informed services and teach at multiple universities on topics related to child development, mental health, trauma, grief/loss and the affects of acute/chronic illness on the family system. Crisis intervention and same day emergency appointments are available to clients. I do offer support groups throughout the year on a variety of topics. I provide clinical supervision for mental health licensing.
Family Counseling
(503) 925-3118
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
Pam Jacobs, Psychologist  in Hillsboro
“It takes courage and determination to face life's challenges, and wisdom to know when to seek assistance from others. I have 20 years of experience working with adults, couples, children, and adolescents, helping individuals and families cope with changing relationships and life transitions that can impact your stress level and mood. I've had broad experience with people of all ages, but I'm especially interested in helping parents find renewed enjoyment in their family life and improve their parenting skills.
Family Counseling
(971) 236-4199
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
Sabrina Walters, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hillsboro
“When you are ready for counseling you need to trust the counselor you choose to be competent, compassionate and able to help change take place. I have worked with a wide variety of clients, from individuals in major life transitions, to couples in crisis to youth and families facing issues of addiction. I can guide you through difficulties as well as coach you to your highest and greatest potential. Connection is the most important thing when you are seeking a counselor. Research shows this connection is the one greatest factor to insure change will occur through counseling.
Family Counseling
(503) 980-4782
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Linda Sheppard, Counselor  in Hillsboro
“I have a passion for helping others. I enjoy helping families through the many challenges and rewards of parenting. Although I have been professionally involved in the field of adoption for over 15 years, my greatest experience has come through living and learning with my own children. My husband and I are blessed to be the proud parents of fourteen children (twelve of which joined our family through the miracle of adoption). It is my greatest desire to help keep families intact and encourage them during the many transitions in life.
Family Counseling
(971) 205-2956
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
Sarah Dreyer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hillsboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker who is dedicated to providing my clients with ethical, professional and confidential services. I believe the therapeutic relationship is one of the most important factors in determining successful outcomes in treatment. This involves the client feeling safe and trusting of the therapist while he/she explores emotional vulnerabilities and painful thought processes. My hope is that you will experience me as someone who actively listens to you and works with you to develop effective problem-solving strategies. My approach to therapy is respectful, honest, client-centered and strengths based.
Family Counseling
(971) 236-5224
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Holly K Severson, Counselor  in Hillsboro
“"I don't know if I am in love with my spouse any longer." "I am lonely even though I'm not alone." "I feel stuck and unhappy in my relationships and at work." Do any of these sound familiar? Wonder why you have difficulty getting what you want in life? I have been trained to work with individuals and couples in solving problems just like these. I have a direct, compassionate and solution focused style and look forward to hearing from you.
Family Counseling
(503) 828-1021
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
Melanie Roedel, Counselor  in Hillsboro
“Parents: Do you feel overwhelmed? Concerned? How can you possibly choose something as important as a therapist from briefs descriptions? I strongly encourage interviewing the practitioners you're most interested in so that you may make a more informed decision. I specialize in treating children 4 years and older, & working collaboratively with parents & families to build healthier, happier families. With young children, I practice Play Therapy, which is effective in treating many concerns including: behavioral & social concerns, depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, & ADD/ADHD. With adolescents, I utilize a variety of treatment methods, including traditional talk, Sandtray, & Art Therapy, to meet their specific needs.
Family Counseling
(503) 567-1302
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Michael J Vallejo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hillsboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I enjoy helping children, teens, and families develop the skills necessary to effectively manage their emotions, maintain positive and meaningful relationships, and fully develop themselves in all areas of their lives.
Family Counseling
(971) 407-5290
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Heather Vliet, Counselor  in Hillsboro
“I believe that we have a life time to grow and reach our full potential. Challenges offer us an opportunity to develop new skills, enrich our relationships and become a stronger, more confident version of our authentic selves. At times, we need additional support and encouragement to move beyond a particular season in our growth. My approach to working with individuals and families is to identify and call upon innate strengths to find solutions that will meet their needs. My work with clients is collaborative, respectful and creative.
Family Counseling
(503) 446-1109
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Achievement Hypnosis,   in Hillsboro
“Are you ready to finally be free from your personal pain? Whether your pain is mental, physical, or spiritual, hypnosis can help. Through hypnosis you can resolve painful emotions, manage physical symptoms, and overcome addition. Hypnosis works by accessing your subconscious mind, allowing you to change negative patterns and truly feel better. By working with your subconscious, you will discover the long term solutions you need. If you have sought help for your difficulties before, and still don't feel significantly better, hypnosis will help. If your situation could be fixed through conscious effort, you already would have resolved it.
Family Counseling
(971) 240-5703
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Karen Debolt, Counselor  in Hillsboro
“Feeling miserable or frustrated about not having a partner, conflict in your relationship, or trouble with your children? You try to make things better, but you are starting to feel powerless to change the situation. It's not your fault. Many people struggle with relationship challenges. You might get the idea that it should just come naturally. It helps to have someone with a compassionate, objective point of view. Someone who can point out your strengths and assets. Someone who can compassionately see your stuck spots, tangled emotions, and old hurts that might be getting in the way.
Family Counseling
(503) 342-7308
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Breana Evans, Counselor  in Hillsboro
“I firmly believe that each and every one of us does the best we can. Teens, and youth are no exception to this and like adults want to do well and feel well. I've worked with many youth who are discouraged and some even hopeless at the onset of counseling. I approach teens and youth just as I would adults, in a respectful, supportive, and understanding manner. I work to understand the root of the "problem," so that healing may begin.
Family Counseling
(503) 822-0183
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
Jacci Jones, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Hillsboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I work with individuals, couples, and families to help them solve problems and achieve their life goals. I understand both the frustration and joy of marital relationships and parenting and can help you find fulfillment in your relationships. When one person in a family has a problem, every family member is affected. Through family counseling, the strengths of each individual can be brought together to resolve problems and improve the connections each person needs.
Family Counseling
(503) 967-8234
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Brent Cichoski, Counselor  in Hillsboro
“I am passionately dedicated to helping relationships experience the power of feeling securely connected to their significant other. I understand how meaningful and taxing relationships can be. I work diligently at my own marital relationship and I want to show couples how this work will help. My strengths are in relationship issues, communication, conflict resolution, couples and family work. I specialize in marriage and couples counseling, infidelity, men and women's issues, anxiety, depression, parenting, and family therapy. My role as a therapist is to provide tools that are necessary to bring about change.
Family Counseling
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Rick Ogletree  in Hillsboro
“I work non judgmentally with clients to examine/strengthen relationships.I work with individuals,couples and families to repair and rebuild relationships that are not functioning at their best.With the client,the current concern is examined then goals and steps toward change are developed.I feel a persons self esteem is often a key component to current concerns and difficulties being experienced, as such this is examined.I believe the child parent relationship is key to a child's development and self esteem. I work with the parent to create the strongest connection possible with their child.
Family Counseling
(503) 446-4096
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
“Do you find yourself feeling sad or anxious? Perhaps you have concerns about yourself, your relationship or worried about a member of your family? As an experienced marriage and family therapist, I can help you manage a variety of dilemmas that you, your partner, or your family may be facing. These concerns may range from life transitions such as marriage, birth, separation or divorce. You may be experiencing problems with job stress, substance use or abuse. Your children may be dealing with behavior (including alcohol or drug) problems in the school or community.
Family Counseling
(971) 236-4101
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Susan Ulbright, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hillsboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Kids who "don't fit in the box." These kids have issues with school, peers,and family. Behavior issues may include melt downs, anxiety/depression, rigid, non-compliant, school avoidance. Step parenting, divorce, adoption, grief and loss, trauma. Adult depression, anxiety, child hood,and war trauma. Relationship issues, life transitions, grief and loss. Feelings of helplessness and anger, self destructive patterns, and unhappiness--unsatisfied with life. My area of interest is working with both cancer patients and cancer survivors.
Family Counseling
(503) 406-9097
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
Judith Ashby, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hillsboro
“As a psychotherapist I am dedicated to helping you increase your sense of well-being and quality of life. I will help you learn to "live with ease." I use a variety of therapeutic techniques based on relationship building, communication and behavioral change. I am open to exploring alternative therapeutic approaches, and I appreciate and support diversity. My specialties include depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, PTSD, dual diagnosis, grief and loss.
Family Counseling
(503) 451-6350
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
Kristi Smith  in Hillsboro
“Because I specialize in relationships, I view each individual, couple or family from a systems perspective. This means I consider the roles, rules and beliefs that each person developed growing up in their family of origin. Essentially, when we were young, we began to develop a blueprint for how we expect relationships to function. As adults, when our partners, children, co-workers, etc. do not abide by the same ideology that we have become accustomed to, problems arise. We experience disappointment, frustration, anger, anxiety or other uncomfortable symptoms.
Family Counseling
(503) 877-1864
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
“My style is caring, person-centered, and respectful of each ones cultural beliefs. I am down-to-earth, and happy to provide therapeutic counseling strategies, or simply a listening ear for individuals, single parents, families, and couples.
Family Counseling
(503) 303-8667
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Family Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for family counseling in Hillsboro or for a Hillsboro family counselor these professionals provide family counseling services, marriage family counseling services and Christian family counseling services. They include child family counselors.

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Therapists in Hillsboro have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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