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Therapists in Portland

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
Ann Costello, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Is your life 'on hold' due to loss, anxiety, lack of motivation, stress or life's transitions? Do you search for a fulfilling and integrated life yet feel unsettled? I will work with you in a compassionate, supportive and collaborative manner helping you develop strategies and skills guiding you to long lasting life changes. I view counseling as a joint effort between client and therapist moving toward your natural clarity and wisdom. I have 15+ years of experience as a psychotherapist integrating post graduate training, contemplative therapy and my own meditative practice into a holistic approach to psychology.
(207) 618-9253
Portland, Maine 04101
Darci L Walker, Psychologist  in Portland
“Whether your are experiencing depression, anxiety, conflict or life transition, I want to help you thrive again. Therapy can be a safe and collaborative relationship where we work through the complications of life and relationships to find a more hopeful, rewarding and loving experience of the world. You will feel active and in control of your therapy as we work toward gentle healing and personal growth. In addition to my private practice, I write and connect through Core Parenting (coreparentingpdx.com) where I help parents follow their own inner wisdom through the joys and challenges of parenthood and co-parenting.
(503) 822-0964
Portland, Oregon 97205
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
Colin A Wolf  in Portland
“You're hurting, and you're looking for solutions. I'll guide you through exploring your inner world and your relationship styles, in a way that is free of judgment and full of compassion. Together we'll look for patterns in your life that cause you pain. We'll ask questions: What are your needs? Values? Goals? Dreams? How well do you communicate them? What is holding you back? I'll help you reclaim disowned parts of yourself and learn new life strategies that allow you to move through pain, bringing you more freedom and a greater sense of aliveness.
(503) 822-6765
Portland, Oregon 97212
Laura Mazikowski, Counselor  in Portland
“I specialize in establishing a safe and deeply authentic treatment relationship in which we can explore a range of goals and feelings over time. As we identify your therapy goals, we will work together to understand your own unique needs, what works and what does not, creating an environment that encourages acceptance and expression of emotion. Some of the work may focus on developing insight to help your own capacity to reflect. Additionally, we may choose to work with images and dreams to help illuminate what happens internally. Exploring these avenues can bring depth and meaning to what sometimes feel like meaningless feelings and actions.
(207) 358-4479
Portland, Maine 04101
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
Nate Woodin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, RPT
“Are you, your child, or your family struggling with life's challenges? I can assist and support individuals and families along their path of change. I offer an eclectic approach to therapy that is shaped by the needs of you or your family. I am a registered play therapist and also utilize expressive art modalities for clients of all ages. I am a trained family therapist and view my clients challenges from a systems perspective.
(207) 358-4985
Portland, Maine 04101
Rose A Bradshaw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Thank you for your interest in my psychotherapy practice. I specialize in evidence based therapy for children of all ages, teens and families. Although children and families are the focus of my practice, my expertise extends to therapy for all age groups, as well as marital/couples' therapy and group therapy. Common themes addressed in therapy include anxiety, depression, behavior challenges, parenting and co-parenting concerns, ADHD, learning disorders, peer relationships, trauma and loss of a loved one.
(207) 671-0305
Portland, Maine 04101
Thomas Eckert, Counselor  in Portland
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a seasoned therapist, I provide services for adults, teenagers, couples, and families. I work comfortably with a wide variety of presenting issues, including those relating to anxiety, depression, emotional instability, anger, substance abuse and addiction, relationships of all kinds, loss and grief, life transitions, employment and career, and a host of other possibilities. In short, I'm always interested in working with people who seek growth, improved relationships, and self-understanding.
(971) 259-4813
Portland, Oregon 97204
Jennifer Rich, Counselor  in Portland
“Knowing that it is usually an experience of pain or frustration that prompts people to seek counseling, my goal is to provide a safe place for you to effectively move through it. Often that pain comes from unmet needs, harmful experiences, or coping systems that no longer serve you. I want to work with you, to offer reflection, understanding, information, and new windows to help you experience relief and a sense of well being. Approaches include insight oriented talk therapy, mindfulness, EMDR, and art therapy and are chosen on what would be most appropriate to your individual goals.
(503) 278-5587
Portland, Oregon 97214
Colleen Burke-Sivers, Counselor  in Portland
“You are courageously looking for help to improve your life, and make it more meaningful. Depression, anxiety, losses or fears may be getting in your way of being who you truly are. I work with people like you who know they can live a more fulfilling life, but are challenged by past hurts, old patterns of thinking or behavior, difficult relationships, and outdated ideas about themselves. I form strong therapeutic relationships with my clients and accompany them on a journey to understand and change what is getting in the way of their natural human tendency to grow and feel peace.
(503) 406-6841
Portland, Oregon 97213
Timothy J. Peters, LCSW, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
“Do you seek the root from your past that connects to present-day suffering? I use a DBT-informed, cognitive-behavioral approach in my counseling practice. I strive to help clients identify goals to reach a more satisfying quality of life. When you and I feel ready I utilize prolonged exposure techniques and mind-body connections to treat childhood and adult trauma. We would focus on desensitization of present-day triggers, processing of past traumatic memories, and insight into complex trauma effects played out in current relationships.
(503) 406-4249
Portland, Oregon 97217
Michael Kubetz, Counselor  in Portland
“In my practice I provide relationship focused therapy for adult couples and individuals. It is my passion to support clients as they unfold, progress and discover new insights. I believe the therapeutic process can help increase awareness and lead to healthier choices creating a greater sense of freedom and stability in our lives. I create a non- threatening atmosphere of trust and safety for all people. This environment provides a solid foundation for our therapeutic relationship to develop and prosper.
(503) 902-4203
Portland, Oregon 97209
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
Kara Wilde, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, DiplPW
“I counsel individuals, couples and families on how to build better relationships, care for health and body symptoms, and provide coaching for career/work vision and direction. Sometimes we all need support to deal with life issues. Changes in work, relationships and our bodies can be difficult to navigate and getting help to find meaning in our difficulties can make all the difference.
(503) 822-6745
Portland, Oregon 97209
Betty Friedman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I often work with individuals or couples who have difficulty adjusting to a change in their life or find themselves "stuck" in patterns of behaviors or moods that disturbs them. I like to work with people's strengths to help make the changes they identify as needed. I have many years experience as a therapist working with emotional concerns, couples issues and addiction related concerns. I believe people have an amazing ability to heal from both past and present traumas.
(503) 967-8210
Portland, Oregon 97232
Jason A Johnson  in Portland
“We all have problems in life, my views of therapy is to help you understand what is causing your current difficulties, work through them, and move forward in life. I view the therapy relationship as an journey we embark on together with both you and I having our own important roles to play. I focus on treating issues related to depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse treatment, addiction, and health concerns. I work with individuals to address the current problems in their life, and help them find lasting solutions and tools they can use to keep making changes.
(503) 862-2178
Portland, Oregon 97214
Sexuality and Gender Specialist  in Portland
“Clients find a safe space in counseling which they find no where else. Finding trustworthy professionals to help with intimate issues is embarrassing and difficult. I offer you my most important skill, something not learned in school: unconditional positive acceptance and honest, non-threatening communication about intimate problems. I offer a unique sensitivity to private behaviors which are regarded with non-judgmental acceptance and respect, never shame nor intolerance.
(360) 209-2950
Portland, Oregon 97232
Natasha Laumei  in Portland
“I practice from a client-centered, integrative foundation. This means that I consider each client's unique needs, experiences, and situations when developing our working relationship. I work from a place of deep empathy, understanding, intuition, and humor; I also draw from an extensive array of therapeutic theories and tools to create a relevant and productive environment for personal growth and positive change. I offer clients non-judging compassion and support, collaborative guidance, and a strong therapeutic relationship to help us identify clear goals for therapy and work towards creating deep-rooted transformation, empowerment, and sustainable wellbeing within your life.
(971) 319-9754
Portland, Oregon 97214
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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.