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Couples Counseling Therapists in Lincoln City

Susan Elizabeth Balloun, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lincoln City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I have been in practice for 23 years, 20 of which have been in Portland and three on the Oregon Coast. What I have found with both hetereosexual and homosexual couples and individuals is that transitions in life can be predominant issues that will motivate people to seek counseling. These transitions can be normal developmental periods, but can also be challenging times, such as starting a family, moving, a new job, infidelity, loss and grief. Couples can be struggling with relational issues, in addition to the above-mentioned transtions. Almost everyone will go through a time in their lives when neutral help can be needed.
Couples Counseling
(541) 595-8991
Lincoln City, Oregon 97367
Ishah Nicoll Roads-Pultz  in Lincoln City
“I believe that everyone holds the tools to reach their maximum potential in life. Sometimes we get stuck, needing guidance, direction and support. These are some of the many benefits that counseling can provide for you. During our sessions together we will take a look at behaviors which interfere with your quality of life. Therapy can allow you to take on a new perspective of your current situation, and guide you on the path toward growth and change. I will provide you a safe and non-judgmental atmosphere to allow you to discover the path to best life.
Couples Counseling
(541) 516-1115
Lincoln City, Oregon 97367
Deanne Bishop, Counselor  in Lincoln City
“I believe that people want and need to feel a sense of connection and belonging, but they don't always know how to relate in effective and satisfying ways. As a result, difficulties can show up in their relationships with their partners, children, co-workers, or even in their relationship with themselves. Sometimes there is an external event, such as a separation, death in the family, trauma, or life transition that contributes to people's distress. Other times, feelings of discontent, confusion, anxiety, or depression may arise without understanding the source of those feelings.
Couples Counseling
(541) 238-2096
Office is near:
Lincoln City, Oregon 97367
Bruce Fairman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lincoln City
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LPC, NCC
“The most important relationship we have is with ourselves; the better that relationship, the better the life. As a therapist, my goals are to support you to figure out what YOU want in your life, and to help you design that life. You can manage your life. We all have individual strengths and weaknesses. I will work with you to explore and develop your strengths; and become more aware of, and use less, self-sabotaging habits. I am an open, non-judgmental and discerning individual, providing a comfortable, confidential and non-threatening space for you to address your concerns.
Couples Counseling
(541) 265-6148
Office is near:
Lincoln City, Oregon 97367
Naomi Josiah, LPC, Counselor  in Lincoln City
“The ultimate source of wisdom and change is within the individual, whose natural impulse is toward healing, understanding and meaning. The quality of past experiences can define our lives. We have learned to shut down and hold our energy back to survive. In the safe, respectful, and caring environment of counseling, I help people use the process of mindful awareness toward the discovery of their body/mind/emotional condition. Through counseling, clients have the opportunity to move beyond their restricting beliefs and painful experiences and discover more fulfilling and self-nurturing ways of being in the world.
Couples Counseling
(541) 233-4725
Office is near:
Lincoln City, Oregon 97367
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Linda D Knighten, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lincoln City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Most of us have layers of life that have to be sorted through before we discover what it is holding us back or keeping us from living the life we desire. Therapy is a safe place to do that. Talking about all that can be hard work but, it may be the most rewarding work you will do. People come to therapy for help with their sorrows, grief and loss, relationship issues, parenting struggles, loneliness and many other reasons. I see myself as a guide, someone to help you find your way back to the place you want to be.
(541) 393-8137
Office is near:
Lincoln City, Oregon 97367
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Therapists in Lincoln City have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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