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Therapists in Portland

Pete A Morones, Psychologist  in Portland
“I enjoy working in a collaborative relationship with people that is respectful, accepting and compassionate. I strive to foster a safe environment that is supportive and objective while paying close attention to the therapy relationship to meet people where they are in their process of growth, change and exploration that ideally will help them move towards their goals.
(503) 567-5973
Portland, Oregon 97202
Kathy Zimmerman, Counselor  in Portland
“Working with those who struggle in the areas of relationship, self-esteem, depression and anxiety. Often times this is the result of some type of unprocessed life event or trauma that may include dysfunctional families, sex abuse, abandonment, grief, loss, shame, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Bipolar Disorder,or other disorders. My purpose as a counselor is to provide a safe place where together we will explore your conscious and unconscious awareness. I believe this may provide insight into the areas of life where you may be having difficulty. Let me help you find happiness and overall well being. -Kathy
(503) 833-2652
Portland, Oregon 97230
Laura Orgel, Psychologist  in Portland
“I work with people of all ages and am experienced in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship problems, substance abuse and eating disorders. I enjoy working with adults of all ages who are rethinking longstanding patterns or adjusting to unanticipated changes in their lives. I see these transitions as opportunities for growth, healing, and the development of greater awareness. I also enjoy working with children and teens. I closely tailor my approach to the needs of the particular child and family.
(503) 278-5015
Portland, Oregon 97232
Shari Levine, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Couples therapy reduces the distance in your relationship by repairing the hurt between you. Good relationships rely upon trust, connection and safety. My work with couples and individuals helps you identify and dismantle patterns which no longer work, develop new tools, and experience new ways of relating to yourself and important others. I provide warm, interactive therapy supporting emotional connection, healthy relationships, clear communication, and the achievement of personal goals.
(503) 446-3186
Portland, Oregon 97205
Tod E Fiste, Counselor  in Portland
“I help people grow in self-awareness and create greater balance in their lives. Imbalance can look like: a very intelligent person who is disconnected from his or her emotions; a couple struggling with a relationship not matching their expectations and assumptions; a young man or woman searching for personal and professional fulfillment; or someone in middle age yearning for greater authenticity in life and love. If you are ready to explore yourself and your possibilities in depth, to heal, and to move beyond healing into growth, then I can help support and guide you in that journey.
(503) 406-3617
Portland, Oregon 97209
Leslie Jones  in Portland
“My primary focus is to help you clarify what you want, and facilitate greater life satisfaction. I work to form a trusting therapeutic relationship so you can safely address a range of issues. Together we form an individualized plan for you to reduce troubling symptoms, process emotions, and create workable solutions. With couples, I help identify distressing patterns, reduce conflict, and work towards increasing the closeness you crave.
(503) 897-1375
Portland, Oregon 97213
Catherine M Melo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am excited to have relocated to Portland, OR. I am able to teach people skills that will transform their relationships. I work with couples and families who really want to make changes in the way they relate to one another, helping them to understand that conflict is normal and natural. I also enjoy helping people who have been traumatized. My seven years at the VA Outpatient Clinic has well prepared me to work with those who have been traumatized, are depressed or are grieving.
(503) 446-6026 x208
Portland, Oregon 97212
Heidi E Savell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, I
“As a therapist I work with people experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship problems, pain issues, and addiction, as well as those struggling to adjust to a loss or major life change. I've also worked with couples and families dealing with addiction, mental health concerns, and infidelity. Clients have shared that I am warm, accepting, helpful, and direct. I will work with you at your pace to help you identify and reconnect with the things most important to you, while also supporting you in letting go of whatever may be getting in the way of feeling better.
(503) 505-9348
Portland, Oregon 97232
Michelle Lorraine Emery, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, CPC
“I work with women and young women who are looking for more life balance and meaning. Issues like anxiety, body image, relationship challenges and depression. I am a counselor with a coaching approach I help individuals focus on their strengths and resources. I have been a professional life coach for 9 years and recently attained my masters in counseling. I look forward to supporting you on your journey.
(971) 216-3950
Portland, Oregon 97219
Jeniffer Duncan, Counselor  in Portland
“Welcome! Sometimes life is discouraging and frustrating. Sometimes we need help navigating through these times. Sometimes we just need support. If you are looking to make changes to lead a more fulfilling and satisfied life then you are taking the first step by considering therapy. I will work with you through an integrative approach, using humor, creativity, empathy, and skill building to develop strength and a greater sense of self.
(503) 360-9352
Portland, Oregon 97202
Cayla Panitz  in Portland
“Counseling helps cultivate movement and healing. I collaborate with people to help them live a more authentic, connected life. Each person has the ability to heal. I meet you where you are at and we pace therapy accordingly. I approach counseling with a deep empathy and belief in the power of you and your children's strengths and encourage insight, empowerment and self-compassion. It is important to examine the relationships between emotion, thought and behavior while considering past, present and future life contexts and relationships.
(503) 766-5755
Portland, Oregon 97212
Malika Burman, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“I am a Board certified psychiatrist in private practice in SW Portland. My approach to treating patients is holistic, drawing from western and eastern medicine and philosophy. I recieved my B.A and M.D. from Columbia University in New York City. I practice mostly psychodynamic and psychoanalytic approaches to psychotherapy, and when necessary, medication management and monitoring. I have a special interest in Jungian psychoanalysis.
(972) 893-3218
Portland, Oregon 97219
Brian Knapp, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you having trouble with the difficult people in your life? Would you like your partner to do more of some things and less of others? Are there people in your life you'd like to say no to? I help my clients discover clarity in these difficult life situations and resolve their emotional conflict and confusion. Do you want to make your home a happier place, or find your way back to love? Are you sad and worried all the time? Through talking together we can alleviate painful symptoms and improve relationships and increase self esteem.
(503) 406-3669
Portland, Oregon 97212
Renee Gardner  in Portland
“It is exciting and inspiring to work with people who want to make positive changes in their lives. I believe that we all have access to a wise self that can guide the way to what is true for us now, in this moment. It is this part that can bring awareness of beliefs and patterns that limit our ability to experience satisfying relationships, success at work or school or a personal sense of wellbeing. My counseling focus is on helping people clarify what they want, identify barriers, build self-awareness, and develop the skills to secure preferred outcomes.
(503) 444-9728
Portland, Oregon 97205
Nancy Moore, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CISD
“I am a dedicated mental health professional and have over twenty years of experience working with individuals and their families to offer counseling, support, education, crisis intervention and resources. My goal is simply this ~ to help individuals achieve personal growth and well-being through counseling. Together we will identify your goals, explore thinking patterns and emotional barriers that may prevent you from reaching your fullest potential. My approach is down-to-earth, empowering, and supportive. Because I believe a good therapeutic connection between my client and myself is essential, I routinely offer a free 30-minute consultation.
(971) 236-4067
Portland, Oregon 97232
Bernard McDowell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
“Couples often trip over one issue--money, in-laws, house cleaning, or sex. Perhaps more often, they describe patterns of conflict "over every little thing". Some couples argue loud and long while others barely talk anymore. Science now predicts divorce 91% accurately within 5 minutes of assessing a couple. That same science identified patterns of conflicts which can be changed. It is possible to learn alternatives to navigate differences in a way both parties can feel respected. Many individual clients also come to address relationship issues, frequently having realized they keep repeating the same patterns or "mistakes".
(503) 897-7296
Portland, Oregon 97202
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
Amy Freeman  in Portland
“I offer practical-minded counseling that actively seeks solutions, while honoring soul and spirit. Special areas of focus include treating anxiety and depression, helping clients find ways to live more joyfully and healthfully, and integrating counter-culture identities into everyday life. I have worked to help clients experiencing depression, anxiety, grief and loss, parenting issues, relationship challenges, professional or career issues, and life transitions. I work from the premise that therapy is a give and take process of exchanging information. Together, we will look under the surface of conscious awareness, and collaborate to find solutions to the areas of life that you feel need attention.
(503) 839-2659
Portland, Oregon 97213
Walt Emery, Licensed Professional Counselor, Counselor  in Portland
“I am a licensed professional counselor for individuals and couples. My work is to meet you where you are in your present moment. This is initially accomplished through offering you my abilities as an empathic and nonjudgmental listener. When sufficient trust and strength have been established I can offer you various exercises to increase your personal experience of empowerment. Through our time together my aim is for you to have a safe place to just be and/or to grow toward your goals for yourself. I will validate you along your way and collaborate with you in honoring your experience of your soul's journey.
(971) 599-2477
Portland, Oregon 97214
Laura Martin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach to counseling is rooted in a basic understanding that we are inherently whole, completely interconnected, and that there is more right with us than there is wrong with us. Therapy is a way to practice and balance strategies of acceptance and change. My style is warm, active, and encouraging. Our focus will return to the power and wisdom of the present moment. We will practice increasing moment-to-moment awareness of thoughts, emotions, sensations, and behaviors. We will also look at how changes in these areas may be conducive to improved health (mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral therapy).
(503) 451-6184
Portland, Oregon 97205
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