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Therapists in Portland

Christopher R Boothby  in Portland
“I approach counseling with a holistic assumption of the interconnectedness of body, mind and spirit. I also assume that there is an innate tendency for clients to grow towards health and wholeness. In my work I focus on helping clients identify both those patterns that may be holding them back and the skills and resources they have available to become more choice-full in their lives. In keeping with my Hakomi training, I utilize a mindful, body-centered experiential and relational approach.
(503) 389-5352
Portland, Oregon 97214
Marisol Westberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I am a board certified sexologist and marriage and family therapist. I maintain a private practice with a focus on sex therapy in Portland, Oregon. I have been a therapist for 10 years. I am sex-positive and specialize in sex therapy that is inclusive of alternative relationships and erotic minorities. My areas of expertise are intimate relationships, pleasure, infidelity, sexual desire discrepancies, lack of desire, difficulties with orgasm, pain and discomfort in sex, alternative sexualities and lifestyles, sexual abuse and violence. My approach in therapy is one that is positive, validating, and nurturing.
(203) 286-4546
Portland, Oregon 97214
Jackson Wilshire  in Portland
“Thank you for your interest in choosing counseling as a way to improve your life. Choosing a counselor is often an important step in one's life journey. If you are suffering from anxiety, depression, feelings of shame, lacking motivation, obsessive-thoughts and behaviors, or relationship issues (or any combination of these), than I think we could work very well together! My graduate training and internship experience focused on general mental health counseling for adults, including elders. I am also a long-time mindfulness practitioner and meditation coach, with many years experience helping individuals using remote/online delivery methods.
(971) 319-9824
Portland, Oregon 97214
Cecily H Rich, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSW, LADC, DEEP
“I work with people to empower them in their commitment to make positive changes the areas of their lives that are holding them back. This includes depression, anxiety,relationship issues and family issues associated with addiction. What areas in your life are working well and what are not? I help people figure out what they need and what they want and how to get there.
(207) 370-5976
Portland, Maine 04101
Zoe Cryns, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“Is the life you are living right now as satisfying as you would like it to be? If you are here, researching therapists, you may be asking yourself this very question. You are not alone as you ponder "is this all there is in life"! What are you looking for to make life be as juicy and exciting as possible? Do you need to make a change and are nervous of the consequences? Are your relationships as fulfilling as you would like them to be? What is holding you back from fully living your life? I'd like to help you find that answer!
(971) 252-6898
Portland, Oregon 97203
Carolyn B Holbrook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LADC
“Life is a gift to be enjoyed. Sometimes issues, changes and mental stress can make it seem like life's a chore to be endured. Some people carry heavy emotional blocks around from their past that blind them from the enjoyment. The goal of therapy is to assist you to live a more happy, free and productive life. Good therapy involves a trusted comfortable relationship with an objective professional who can give you educated constructive feedback and set you on a road to growth and self-understanding. Sharing pain and fears in a confidential safe setting can be uplifting in itself.
(207) 773-7993 x23
Portland, Maine 04103
Jennifer Cooper, Counselor  in Portland
“I work in partnership with clients to develop a deeper understanding of individual strengths, personal challenges, and inner wisdom to facilitate moving through life authentically with a sense of meaning and intention. My approach is integrative within existential, interpersonal, humanistic, and mindfulness-based traditions, with an emphasis in developing insight, awareness and empathy for self, living in the present moment, and finding personal meaning. I am deeply respectful of each individual's process in therapy. My counseling style is contemplative, creative, warm, down-to-earth, and tailored to clients' individual needs.
(503) 822-6634
Portland, Oregon 97202
Halina Kowalski  in Portland
“With Mindful Trails Counseling, my mission is help people discover and re-discover a more present and heart-guided experience on the trails of our lives, allowing for vitality and joy to replace the fears, suffering and anxieties that often lead us off our path. I primarily work with individuals and couples where there is suffering in trauma/PTSD, grief/bereavement and loss, spiritual struggle, life transition or relationship difficulty. My work encompasses mindful, somatic and experiential approaches to healing including the opportunity to participate in equine-assisted psychotherapy (EAP) where clients engage with horses experientially in the therapy process.
(503) 476-3995
Portland, Oregon 97210
Julien Perille, Psychologist  in Portland
“We all experience difficult challenges in life. Sometimes, these challenges may seem overwhelming. I believe therapy is a safe place to start addressing what may be bothering you. I strive to create a safe and supportive environment for clients to explore their concerns and whatever emotions may arise. I work with individuals seeking to make changes as well as couples who may be experiencing some strain in their relationship. My specialty training in psychological evaluations may be an additional tool in helping to clarify underlying issues to be addressed in therapy.
(207) 618-9215 x18
Portland, Maine 04103
Tina Lilly  in Portland
“I work with adults, children and adolescents who want to take steps toward living more courageous, creative and self-directed lives. I draw from humanistic, existential and insight-oriented traditions, and often utilize body-centered interventions such as mindfulness or movement in session. The extent to which you want to use body-based interventions in your counseling session is completely up to you. Everyone has their own pace of working through distress. I am comfortable with whatever process emerges. If you want to talk, we can talk. If you want to breathe, we can breathe.
(503) 342-7723
Portland, Oregon 97214
Shelby Leigh  in Portland
“Are you struggling with intense thoughts and emotions? Feeling Out of Control With Food and Your Body? Craving Intimacy & Healthy Relationships? Do you want to enjoy a greater sense of well-being, freedom and balance?
(971) 302-2520
Portland, Oregon 97204
Brooke Hammond, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, ATR
“I provide an open and non-judgmental space for you to safely explore the issues and patterns that bring you into therapy. I offer my clients the stability of a strong clinical background in conjunction with creative and flexible therapeutic modalities. I believe that by exploring and expanding on existing strengths it is possible to find solutions to present challenges. I use EMDR to process unresolved traumatic or hurtful incidents that continue to effect your life today. The EMDR process helps identify the negative beliefs we hold about ourselves that shape how we relate to others and navigate our world.
(602) 663-9915
Portland, Oregon 97232
Mary Wells Pope  in Portland
“For most people, strong relationships are an important indicator of health and well-being. When we feel stuck in old patterns that no longer serve us, our connection to others suffers too, which can turn up as depression, anxiety, or simply feeling alone and disconnected. By reconnecting with our essential gifts and strengths through the therapy process, we in turn can offer more to family, friends, and community. I enjoy working collaboratively with clients and view them as the experts on their own experiences, and I understand therapy as a journey to the revelation of the authentic self at the heart of every person.
(503) 836-5340
Portland, Oregon 97209
Brandy K Poirier, Counselor  in Portland
“If you feel that life is more stressful than ever, rest assured: you're not alone. Does worry keep you up at night? Do relationships seem especially tense? Have past or recent events left you feeling depressed, anxious, or empty? If it seems like you could feel better if you only knew where to start, now may be the perfect time to see a therapist. When you enter new territory, having a skilled counselor by your side--to really listen, see your strengths, offer new tools, and shine light while you explore the dark places--can dramatically increase your progress.
(503) 567-1286
Portland, Oregon 97205
Melanie Wyckoff  in Portland
“My passion is to provide therapeutic services that are affordable and welcoming. As an ally, I strive to walk beside you on your journey and to work collaboratively on the road to emotional healing. I offer a warm and compassionate style, working to help you uncover strength from within and elicit a rich connection to the authentic self.
(503) 406-6670
Portland, Oregon 97214
Ava M. Stone, PhD, PC, Psychologist  in Portland
“I offer respectful therapy relationships that emphasize choice, safety and personal change. I respect your life history which provides the context for understanding your gifts and challenges, such as depression, anxiety and/or struggle with relationships. I will invest a good deal of care and effort, and expect you will do the same. Your input is valued and useful in planning our work and between-session assignments. We will work to create an opportunity to bring forth your best self. I will be a genuine person with you. My guiding purpose is doing that which is in your best interest.
(503) 451-6079
Portland, Oregon 97214
Kim E Lucey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Everyone deserves to be treated as an individual with respect for their own beliefs, goals and definition of success. It is on this strong belief that I base my work with children, adults, couples and families. For over 17 years, I have been supporting growth and healing of children, adults, couples and families with multi-layered struggles. These include; mood struggles, communication and relational conflicts, history of acute trauma, behavioral struggles, family conflicts, and identity struggles and substance use/abuse. I also have long term experience working with families who have come together through foster care or adoption.
(971) 225-0105
Portland, Oregon 97205
Richard Nudelman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Are you struggling with parenting your oppositional child? Is your wife threatening to leave you? Are you in the middle of stressful life transitions or loss? Are you looking for someone who is rich in compassion, but also strong enough to challenge you? I am experienced, easy to talk to, gentle, and funny and have a Grey Hound dog named Stretch who is my co-therapist. I enjoy helping people create new strategies to cope with old conflicts.
(503) 822-0911
Portland, Oregon 97202
Tracy Jendritza, Psychologist  in Portland
“I firmly believe that growth has two paths. To truly flourish, one must balance a desire for change with a true willingness to accept oneselve for who you are. A treatment that embraces this idea is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and it's the core philosophy I use with my patients every day. I use some of the concepts and strategies seen in DBT to improve the quality of life of the people I work with. In treatment, DBT concepts focus on changing things that are getting in the way of living the life you want, while accepting yourself unconditionally.
(503) 847-9312
Portland, Oregon 97239
Joe Thoits, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“I am board-certified child, adolescent and general adult psychiatrist in NW Portland. I treat individuals of all ages, from childhood through adulthood. Most of the folks I work with I see for psychotherapy and, if clinically indicated, medication management. My psychiatric practice utilizes primarily cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic approaches to help individuals with a wide array of mental health concerns or interpersonal issues.
(503) 342-7312 x111
Portland, Oregon 97210
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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?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Portland, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

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.