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Therapists in Portland

David Haven, Psychologist  in Portland
“There are moments in life when we need simply to sit in a safe place, knowing the person listening to us is concerned and has no agenda. At other times, a stressful event makes it clear to us that we need help sorting out a pattern we just don't understand. Sometimes, we think, "I don't need therapy; I just need to do x differently," but we don't make that change. These are reasons you might seek therapy.
(503) 298-6867
Portland, Oregon 97232
Earlyn Smith, Counselor  in Portland
“In my thirty years in this work, I have found that all clients have the capability to grow and change, but often life experiences have discouraged them from seeing their own potential. I offer a practically optimistic approach to the issues that trouble clients. Problems may be specific, calling for assessment, making choices, and learning new skills, or they may be more existential in nature, calling for greater self-understanding and acceptance. I act as guide, and as a caring witness to clients' steps toward their goals.
(503) 427-9036
Portland, Oregon 97227
Gary L Loomas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe people have an inner wisdom to resolve their problems, and either don't realize this, or maybe don't trust their insight, or want a second opinion. As a therapist, I believe my role is to help a person discover this wisdom, expand one's vision, and offer an objective point of view for re-decisions. I have extensive experience in Emotional issues, Addiction, and problems of Seniors. I also have a special interest in trauma, PTSD. I provide pro bono counseling with Returning Veterans and spouses through the Returning Veterans Project in Portland, Oregon.
(503) 283-1950
Portland, Oregon 97215
Judith E. Potts, Counselor  in Portland
“During my 30+ years as a Counselor and Coach, I have encountered people with every imaginable complaint and life challenge. Witnessing transformation in my clients and their relationships inspires my work and strengthens my belief in people's ability to grow, change, recover, cope, and create rich, fulfilling lives. My approach is collaborative: we work together to develop a dynamic treatment plan that changes as you progress. I provide non-judgmental, individualized therapeutic guidance: encouragement, motivation, and support, sometimes gently pushing you to exceed even your own expectations. Learn new skills and coping strategies, gain awareness, improve your relationships, thrive!
(503) 379-9538
Portland, Oregon 97202
Jane Newman, Counselor  in Portland
“My specialties include grief and loss/life transitions, living with chronic illness, and skills including stress management. My areas of specialty often encompass issues related to anxiety, depression and diminished self-esteem. I work with individuals, couples, families - adults and teens. My goal is to provide a safe, supportive, confidential and non-judgmental environment - to serve you with presence and respect. My belief is that each individual has the ability to find his/her own answers - my role is to help facilitate the process. My work is predominantly humanistic and client-centered,but integrates other theories of counseling as needed.
(503) 564-0036
Portland, Oregon 97225
Satya Doyle Byock, Counselor  in Portland
“Most of my clients are in their 20s and 30s and are working to create a secure and fulfilling life. In psychotherapy, we will work together to address whatever symptoms bring you to therapy. You may be struggling with depression or anger, anxiety or grief, or issues related to your physical health, sexuality, career, finances, spirituality, values, or relationships. I work to emphasize your deepest self and to support your innate knowledge to come forward and provide healing and growth. My work is grounded in a Jungian and mind-body perspective, with influence of eastern and western philosophies and sciences.
(503) 395-1946
Portland, Oregon 97205
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
Kerri Anderson-Linde, Counselor  in Portland
“Making your way to counseling is a different process for each client. Some clients arrive in counseling in the midst of crisis, others arrive after exhausting other sources of support and still others utilize counseling as a continuous self-awareness/self-improvement tool. Regardless of the path that brought you to this point, I welcome you.
(503) 476-9877
Portland, Oregon 97209
Tom Kelley, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I see individuals, couples and families who are seeking support for things they feel are not going well in their lives. From the Family Systems perspective, any number of issues can be looked at together. My work is centered around interpersonal relationships and how we interact with each other, our selves and our communities. Relationship dynamics are constantly in and out of balance. Managing these relationships is key in helping develop healthy ways of dealing with life issues. The work we do together should feel helpful and focused on your goals.
(503) 406-4283
Portland, Oregon 97219
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
Terry Marshall, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Something has got to change...right? We all have challenges in our relationships, but when confronted with problems some couples face them together and come out better and stronger on the other side. Others experience the pain of conflict and withdrawal, or settle for an uneasy peace where they live more like roommates than lovers. Do you know, or know of people who have fulfilling relationships? How is it that these people are able to be so happy, secure and confident in their relationships, while others struggle, fight or grow apart?
(503) 610-5671
Portland, Oregon 97232
Beth Elyse Eilers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice is based on the vital importance of the mind/body connection and the belief that life is enriched by learning to notice and accept the present moment. We live in a stressful and unpredictable world, and everyone needs help sometimes to clarify their values and move forward.
(207) 358-3572
Portland, Maine 04101
Jessica Townsend, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My belief is that therapy is only as successful as the development of the therapeutic relationship. Your growth in therapy is dependent upon your ability and willingness to trust me, feel safe, and feel confidence in my approach. My work always begins with this recognition and focus, and has led to over a decade of positive relationship building. With this, I have had the privilege to witness amazing client strength, courage, and growth; ultimately these are the factors which will help you address difficult moments in your life.
(207) 420-8636
Portland, Maine 04101
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
Martin Finkelstein, Psychologist  in Portland
“After 35 years practicing as a clinical psychologist I have come to understand that effective treatment must be determined specifically for each client and applied in a respectful and cooperative manner. Treatment choices are made based on the uniqueness of the individual, his or her goals, and current life circumstances. They may include behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, in-depth therapy, or couples and family therapy. One treatment modality is not appropriate for all.
(207) 518-7525
Portland, Maine 04102
Wendy Morseth, PsyD, Psychologist  in Portland
“You may feel immobilized by anxiety, depression, doubt or shame. Maybe your mind tells you one thing, your heart another. I have been in private practice as a psychologist since 1991, guiding clients, via a process of self-discovery and understanding, to free themselves of unhelpful and destructive patterns of thinking and being.
(503) 766-5782
Portland, Oregon 97205
Susan Pinkley, Counselor  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, NCC, CCTP, LPCI
“Sometimes life's challenges can be overwhelming, and you may seek counseling to regain your life balance, energy, and happiness. I facilitate clients' exploration to promote wellness, personal growth, and positive life changes. I work together with clients to develop strengths, reach goals, and to foster emotional healing. I help individuals and families cope more effectively and gain new perspectives on issues. Everyone's situation is unique so together we will design the best plan to find healthy solutions to life's challenges.
(503) 616-3471
Portland, Oregon 97214
Wendy M. Miller, Psy.D., P.C., Psychologist  in Portland
“My practice includes adults, couples, families and children. I view therapy as examining life decisions and how they came to be, exploring current and past relationships between people, and functioning as guide and facilitator towards awareness and change. In children I see resilience and self-discovery, in adults courage and creativity towards life issues. When working with families and couples, communication and family of origin history are areas of focus. I value uniqueness, and don't see one formula fitting all. I seek to understand your goals, and to promote mindfulness, self-awareness and more successful and satisfying life functioning, for you and your family.
(503) 236-4909
Portland, Oregon 97232
The Four Rivers, Counselor  in Portland
“The Four Rivers Christian Counseling Center offers professional and caring counseling services to individuals, couples, and families who are suffering, fearful, sad, stuck, desperate, and sometimes feeling hopeless. We provide counseling services for male adolescents, and adults while utilizing contemporary and effective methods of counseling within an affirming faith-based framework. You can start your work of change and transformation by calling us today to make an appointment or for more information. Our number is (503) 254-7732.
(503) 406-4252
Portland, Oregon 97216
Mike Berkowitz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Much of my focus to date has been with children and teens.I am firm believer that each client is unique and should help shape the treatment process. Play therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and Jungian theory are just a few of the modalities I employ. However, in the end, it is not about a technique - it is about making lives better. I have a range of treatment backgrounds from which to draw on -a group home, Head Start, the Center for Grieving children and public schools have helped shape my experience.
(207) 482-0252
Portland, Maine 04103
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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.