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Therapists in Portland

Joni Altshuler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Though insight is interesting and can be very helpful, I believe we have to feel something in our bones to be moved to make big changes in our lives. My great joy is guiding clients to find and embody their own ' aha! ' moments because that's when those big changes happen.
(207) 482-0540
Portland, Maine 04101
Ryan Lehotay, Counselor  in Portland
“Life is full of pain and suffering but it is not to be gone through alone. Strength is in reaching out to another who can help you get through the difficulty. I provide a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space to help empower you to make any desired changes needed to help you resolve whatever it is you are struggling with. My role is to collaborate with you and to assist you in getting unstuck and arriving where you want to go. I enjoy working with adults, adolescents, and couples.
(971) 240-5572
Portland, Oregon 97202
Tom Wolfe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I appreciate how different we all are. Clients tell me I am very accepting, and easy to talk to. I strive to help make sense of the things we can and cannot change. I am active, and will offer suggestions. I work collaboratively with you, and will help establish clear goals and actionable steps to solve your problems. As a seasoned Employee Assistance counselor I recognize the importance of feeling that the counselor is a good fit. I will be happy to suggest other providers who can help if I am not the best match for you.
(503) 536-1899
Portland, Oregon 97209
Jodi Pearl Blakeman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LCPC-C
“My focus in therapy is in helping clients to recognize their full potential. I believe in client capabilities and foster a relationship to best support client strengths. I work with children, adults, couples and families. My school training focused issues of anxiety, depression and loss. I believe in therapy that fits the individual and employ the counseling techniques of behavioral therapy, person centered therapy and mindfulness work.
(207) 420-2280 x36
Portland, Maine 04101
K. Emilei Kim, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“I help adults understand and change long-standing patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that cause them to feel stuck in their professional, personal and/or family life. Feelings of anxiety or depression can arise from, or at least are made worse by, underlying issues that have never been explored or addressed. I believe that understanding and working through these issues allow a greater freedom from the past and help people to live more fully.
(503) 336-9974
Portland, Oregon 97239
Debbi Flittner, Counselor  in Portland
“I find that we each contain an innate healing power. Scientific research bears out the potential we have for personal growth over our entire lives. Often when life shifts because of relationship or other problems, the need for change enters. My approach with you is from a holistic view, where one or more areas of your life is calling for attention. The sorting out of our deepest fears and hopes happens best within the confines of a safe, therapeutic relationship, as you move forward into the fullness of life that is your birthright.
(503) 446-4117
Portland, Oregon 97223
Sarah Alexander, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Our greatest fears and tragedies can become sources of strength and heart. Therapy can help remove obstacles to a more joyful, deeper life. Short-term work focuses on stabilizing the current crisis and problem-solving. Longer-term work examines patterns that keep you stuck and explores options for growth. Learn to navigate old situations in new ways that align with your values and enhance self-esteem. It is never to late to be the YOU you want to be.
(503) 389-5763
Portland, Oregon 97225
Shauna L Hahn, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, RN, PMHNP, BC
“Greetings. I'm asked to address my "ideal client" here. Let me say that my value orientation is that of inherent, intrinsic human goodness so I believe that of everybody and I do not really have an "ideal client." Currently, my practice is part-time, Tuesdays and Saturdays. That's important for future clients. I treat individuals affected by ADHD, Bipolar D/O, OCD, Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, and formal Thought D/O's, like Schizophrenia & Schizoaffective. I have a long history in community health and am experienced in the treatment of all conditions.
(503) 975-7166
Portland, Oregon 97205
Bob Powell, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MMFT, LMFT, ClinSup
“Are you ...Anxious? ...Depressed? Does it seem that you are in constant conflict with your partner? Is there a growing distance in your relationship? Do you seem to be in perpetual turmoil with your children? Are you hurting and life is just not what you had hoped it would be? Make an appointment with me today so we can begin the process of reconnecting you with your strengths, dreams and hopes. What you had envisioned for your life may still be possible. I look forward to working with you toward that future.
(503) 231-5672
Portland, Oregon 97223
Katie Statman-Weil, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MS
“I focus on creating warm, nonjudgmental and responsive therapeutic relationships to work through current challenges as well as long-standing issues. I offer insight and feedback to help frame problems, to support clients in enhancing current relationships, develop a stronger sense of self, and feel emotionally stable. With nurturance and sensitivity, I help bring resolution to an array of life challenges and psychological issues. By integrating several complimentary therapeutic methods, I work with clients to reach goals. I am committed to Anti-Oppressive Practice and bring this value into my work.
(503) 713-6212
Portland, Oregon 97205
Ryan D Kuehlthau, Psychologist  in Portland
“In most cases, our deepest wounds have relational origins. Despite our attempts to cope with these hurts, oftentimes the very solutions we seek become wounds of their own, patterns that draw us further from the sources of our suffering and leave us feeling hopeless and confused. As a psychoanalytic psychotherapist, my aim is to create a safe and confidential relationship where, in time, the hurt can be found and even transformed. Whether you are seeking a brief or more in-depth treatment, from the beginning we would work collaboratively on a treatment plan sensitive to your unique situation and goals.
(971) 407-1477
Portland, Oregon 97239
Christian Wolff - Psychologist Associate,   in Portland
“In my therapeutic work, I use many approaches, creatively crafting them as I go. I have helped doctors grieve their losses, lawyers to stay strong to their conscience, and artists to find their inspiration. Before my eyes, I have seen the moment when the wall comes down between couples. People with extreme mental illnesses have found their way to my office and have left with renewed hope for their lives. I enjoy working with all kinds of people. I value similarities and differences and the unique, heartfelt concerns each individual brings to therapy.
(503) 388-5988
Portland, Oregon 97209
Grace Willson Cantor  in Portland
“I believe that everyone is capable of growth and healing. I employ a client-centered, humanistic approach in counseling and customize my work to the individual needs of each client. My style is warm and collaborative. I know that it can be difficult to initiate the process of counseling. My office space is inviting and I strive to create a relationship characterized by trust, safety and hope.
(503) 894-5688
Portland, Oregon 97212
Ryan Carroll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“All of us have aspects of our lives that we'd like to be different. I believe in working on specific challenges in our lives to become the best people we can be - whether that's learning to communicate better, working through relationship issues, or just trying to get your head around where you want your life to be. With my compassionate and goal-driven approach, you will be able to make the necessary changes in your life and further yourself along in your journey.
Erin M Berk,   in Portland
MA, ATR, LPC
“At times, we all need guidance. Life can be so challenging and stressful. Therapy offers time just for you to check in and process the feelings and thoughts that need to be externalized. I provide art therapy and counseling for adults, adolescents,children. Combining art therapy with verbal therapy naturally allows you to work through inner conflicts that may be affecting you in unconscious ways, eventually breaking ongoing patterns. Art and play is a child's way of expressing themselves, Sometimes the verbal process alone is sufficient in addressing deeper emotions. I offer insight, safety, flexibility, and warmth.
(971) 319-9565
Portland, Oregon 97232
Jennie Ju, Counselor  in Portland
“I feel honored to walk through the difficulties of life that people are struggling with and to be a part of their healing process. As you face a stream of challenges that life brings, we collaborate to help bring you to a place of hope, healing, and wellness. We do this through exploration of your experiences and building upon your strengths and resources. As an integrative therapist, I utilize an individualized approach in addressing origins of anxiety, depression and relational difficulties, particularly issues related to family of origin.
(503) 444-8909
Portland, Oregon 97215
Bob Fancher, Counselor  in Portland
“Life is complex, often confusing and conflicted. Distress can come with the territory. When we're distressed, and we've tried everything we know, we need outside counsel. A counselor provides an "auxiliary mind," so to speak. An alter ego. Someone to bring to bear, on your behalf, a range of knowledge that you simply haven't had occasion to acquire. Someone to provide emotional balance and an objective eye on your circumstances. Someone to help you sort out your experience.
(971) 236-4092
Portland, Oregon 97202
Christopher Tucker, Counselor  in Portland
“*** CURRENTLY NOT TAKING NEW CLIENTS *** Therapy offers the opportunity to make lasting positive changes in life and in relationships. By exploring the role the past has played in current difficulties and dissolving old, destructive patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving, life can be more balanced and joyful. I offer warmth, compassion, support, and insight to my clients, with an approach that is direct, non-judgmental, and tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual. Oriented toward building on natural strengths and empowering meaningful changes, our work together can foster an increased ability to more adaptively attend to the ever-changing flow of life.
(503) 567-4834
Portland, Oregon 97209
Glenn Goldman, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, LPC
“Life's difficulties provide us with an opportunity for healing and personal growth. My counseling practice helps people take advantage of these opportunities by encouraging self-knowledge and understanding. Whether you are struggling with new, unexpected pain or you want to work on a long-standing issue, I can provide you with the professional guidance to help you through grief and loss, anxiety and worry, depression, destructive anger patterns, addictive behaviors, relationship problems, family of origin issues, childhood sexual abuse, sexual identity issues, recovery from harmful religious indoctrination, and spiritual struggles.
(971) 832-9952
Portland, Oregon 97214
Julia McCoy, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MFT
“I work with individuals, couples, children and families. I conduct my practice in a way that is collaborative and respectful of clients, working together to reach your goals. I offer a complimentary phone consultation to allow us both to determine if we would be a good therapeutic fit. I truly look forward to beginning this journey with you.
(503) 342-7785
Portland, Oregon 97223
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Portland have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.