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Therapists in Portland

Emily Berry  in Portland
“Sometimes we can become so overwhelmed by the various struggles of life, we start to feel lost - like we don't know ourselves, what we want, or which direction to go. I am a collaborative, empowering therapist that provides a calm and safe space away from the chaos to help you discover a more fulfilling path that's right for you. I work with clients to tackle a variety of issues including anxious thoughts, self-doubt/self-criticism, hopelessness/depression, big life transitions, destructive relational patterns, grief/loss, trauma, issues with intimacy and sexuality, addiction, personal growth, and much more.
(971) 338-4091
Portland, Oregon 97214
Ann Heyen, Psychologist  in Portland
“My focus is on helping people develop more satisfying personal and work relationships, discover and change self-defeating patterns, and increase ability to handle difficult situations. My work with clients is collaborative, positive, and interactive and is aimed at increasing coping strategies, interpersonal skills, self awareness, and self acceptance.
(503) 446-5167
Portland, Oregon 97232
Betsy Hood, Counselor  in Portland
“My experience of over 30 years as a therapist has helped me to see that when we keep coming up against issues which repeatedly trouble us in our daily lives and relationships, we may find it helpful to explore the roots of these problems in earlier life experiences. These experiences can leave us with negative self- beliefs and lack of self- confidence, and result in our making choices which are often not in our best interests. I will explore with you, in a safe and supportive environment, the life situations and issues which trouble you.
(207) 245-1362
Portland, Maine 04101
Christie A McLean  in Portland
“Life is difficult and sometimes hard to figure out. As a counselor, my approach is to listen, ask questions and collaborate with you to bring clarity and possibilities where you may feel stuck. I will help you think outside your box. I have a great deal of experience and training, working with couples and individuals. I am also a mother who lost an adult child and who provided care for parents with terminal cancer and Alzheimer's disease. My extensive life experience, education and training provides the opportunity to meet you where you are.
(503) 967-8154
Portland, Oregon 97214
Patrick Welly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you looking to live life more deeply, passionately, and intentionally? These are questions that have guided my life for the past 25 years. My practice is rooted primarily in the relationship between my client and myself. It draws upon metaphor; experiental learning; traditional methods of analytical psychology (life narrative, dream exploration, examining family of origin, emotional and relationship difficulties, and exploring the intersubjective field between us) meditation; visualization; and spirtual inquiry.
(971) 248-0987
Portland, Oregon 97212
James Weaver, Psychologist  in Portland
“Hello, I'm Dr. James Weaver, a licensed Psychologist with over 30 years experience assisting adults, adolescents, couples and families with life, work and relationship issues. My approach is eclectic, drawing on many theoretical points of reference with a strong emphasis on the humanistic theories. Having followed important advances over the years and integrated the best of these into a flexible, effective approach designed to meet each person's needs, I emphasize what is happening for the client here and now, so that, together, we can achieve a new self understanding and a regeneration of energy, purpose and enjoyment.
(207) 358-4239 x22
Portland, Maine 04103
Janet Barlow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with clients on a short-term model, identifying strengths and enhancing coping skills. I also do long-term insight-oriented work; identifying patterns of feelings, thoughts, and behaviors which reflect unconscious conflict and create barriers in relationships with oneself and others. Symptoms of anxiety and depression are often what prompt people to enter therapy. Some people want to learn tools and behaviors to alleviate symptomology; while others continue with therapy, after symptom reduction, and explore internal themes from their family-of-origin and how they are impacting their relationships today. I believe change occurs through the therapeutic relationship.
(503) 806-2495
Portland, Oregon 97225
Shannon Quinn  in Portland
“Do you feel lost, like you aren't sure who you are or where you are going? Do you miss being a kid? Or perhaps you have a sense that everyone is, somehow, doing better than you. I can help. Whether you would like to improve your relationships with partners, friends, or family, explore feelings of grief in your own way without pressure to "get back to normal already," or find that sense of self and purpose that you might be missing, I provide a safe and confidential environment to process thoughts and feelings and gain insight, feedback and understanding.
(503) 766-3982
Portland, Oregon 97214
Bridget Fanning-Ono, Psychologist  in Portland
“My approach to therapy is practical, result-oriented, and emphasizes empowerment through the building of insight and self-awareness. In an atmosphere of trust and collaboration, I will work with you to understand the meaning of your symptoms and rediscover your capacity to make meaningful choices that are right for you.
(503) 883-8756
Portland, Oregon 97205
Anne Belden Coaching,   in Portland
“I am an adoption, fertility and parenting coach and work with women,and all types of couples.If you are having trouble getting pregnant, considering adoption,or other alternative family building methods, I can help you navigate this difficult time.As a bio-adoptive parent who spent 10 years building my family,I know how complicated decisions can be and how hard it is deciding to move to next steps.Take a look at my website, www.annebelden.com , and see if it feels like a possible fit. I work in person,on the phone or by skype.
(207) 358-3365
Portland, Maine 04101
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. 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 and families who may be experiencing some strain or facing hardships. 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
Lindy Graham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that even the most difficult symptom a person struggles with began as an earnest attempt to cope with something unmanageable. Deeply understanding that symptom's origin and its initial essential goal can free a person to address whatever unresolved issues remain to be worked through. By gaining this insight, unresolved feelings and beliefs can be experienced and understood, thus eliminating the need to hold on to a symptom that is no longer serving us. I believe the establishment of an authentic therapeutic relationship is the essential foundation from which the process of psychotherapy unfolds.
(207) 358-3460
Portland, Maine 04101
Alison Rose, Counselor  in Portland
“Life is too short to feel so stuck. I believe that anyone can make change in life when they are ready. I have extensive experience as a therapist and my clients often report feeling better after just a few sessions. I believe that through approaching change in a holistic manner, addressing both mind and body in an atmosphere of trust and collaboration healing can occur. It takes courage to seek counseling and ask for help. I am active, engaged, and supportive in my work with clients.
(503) 446-2109
Portland, Oregon 97205
Nancy F Nasser-Marsh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Is parenting your child frustrating? Do you want to learn some fun, creative ways to parent? Do you want to gain further insight into parenting your adopted child?
(971) 270-0961
Portland, Oregon 97232
Alisia Ives, Counselor  in Portland
“Your way of living is up to you. It may not feel this way; and yet, you are the expert about your life. I am an expert in consulting with you to draw a clearer picture of the present and how you want it to look. Like a new field of study, learning to play an instrument or sport, counseling requires trusting openness to learn, and focused effort to practice. No matter what fitness phenomenon, the fine print reads "combined with diet and exercise". No matter what counseling style, clients must work to reach desired outcomes without guaranteed result.
(207) 358-4254
Portland, Maine 04103
Hope S. Hanron, Counselor  in Portland
“Welcome. Life is a gift. Everyone is special in their own way. I assist individuals by helping them to realize what their positive attributes and potential abilities are within and assist obtaining their goals in life. I believe that It's not the lessons we are given in life that count. It's the way that we handle these challenges that are important. As a result, my clients receive tools of wellness to help them to live in optimal wellness. I work with people to help them. I am eclectic to best meet the needs of the individuals in treatment.
(207) 730-2870
Portland, Maine 04101
Brandt Hueser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker specializing in working with children, adolescents, and adults. After graduating with a Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan in 2003, I have provided both home based and outpatient therapy to at risk youth and families. I specialize in working with children, adolescents and adults dealing with a wide range of issues. I believe that small shifts at any level, i.e. personal, environmental, or within relationships, can affect positive change within any individual and system.
(971) 205-2936
Portland, Oregon 97214
Melissa Soll, Psychologist  in Portland
“I create a warm and compassionate environment and use the latest evidence-based practices to foster greater self-awareness and growth. Therapy is just one of many ways to help you move in meaningful directions. Chances are, if you are reading this page, you believe this type of support might help you improve your life. Reaching out takes courage and I will honor your trust. Together we will clarify your values/goals and work toward the change you want for your life. I will handle our time together with care and diligence and offer the highest discretion with regard to your private matters.
(503) 563-7523
Portland, Oregon 97227
Nalini Kuruppu, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Many of us face times in our lives when we can benefit from the support and connection that therapy provides. Some come into therapy due to a crisis or traumatic event, while others are seeking to explore their personal history, process life transitions or to better understand patterns in relationships and coping that are no longer serving them well. I believe that people have a tremendous capacity for healing and growth and I feel honored and privileged to be a part of that process.
(503) 342-7824
Portland, Oregon 97217
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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.