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Therapists in Portland

Tracy Marsden  in Portland
“There is a safe place to talk about what's troubling you. People come to counseling for many reasons, whether it's to talk about a recent stressor or a long-term struggle. With compassion and a calm presence, I create a space open to who you are and where you are in life. Together, we can identify what is holding you back and how to move forward. I work with adults, children and families, LGBTQ individuals, people who speak Spanish and people from other diverse cultural backgrounds.
(503) 395-2115
Portland, Oregon 97232
Sally T Johns,   in Portland
“Sometimes nothing you do is helping or making things better. You may feel lost, hopeless, or helpless. Perhaps you're angry, stressed, or overwhelmed and unable to cope. You are getting tired of the fight and may start to give up. Sometimes you just feel numb and begin to doubt you will ever experience joy again. You may suffer from low self-esteem, unhealthy relationships, intrusive thoughts, or past memories of trauma or abuse, Or, perhaps your life may seem "okay" but just isn't going in the direction you want and you feel stuck.
(503) 305-4024
Portland, Oregon 97232
DeShawn Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Welcome! I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who believes in joining with you as you embark upon new discoveries of yourself and those around you. I employ the idea of us working together and taking a journey that may appear to be rough in the beginning, but rest assured the rough places will soon be made smoothed. As we journey together in agreement there lies a hopeful, fulfilled, and enlightened road ahead. I am here to serve the worried well and worried heart. I will work to assist you in discovering new perspectives as you grow and restore balance in your life.
(503) 616-2042
Portland, Oregon 97214
Robert Picariello, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, CADC, II
“Therapy is an interactive, collaborative process in which I hope my authenticity invites interaction and expression. I am an attentive listener with thoughtful questions meant to invite the experience of a different perspective. At times, I might suggest another way to communicate what readily cannot be verbalized. Some people find writing a poem or letter helpful while others try role-playing. Whereas some clients might view accepting help as a personal flaw, I see how courage is needed to take that step and encourage self-acceptance along with any change.
(971) 701-2230
Portland, Oregon 97209
Karma L Brooks, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Karma is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and earned her Master's of Social Work from Portland State University. She has been working in the field of mental health and addiction services for the last 15 years. She works with adults, couples and adolescents. Her specialties include anxiety, depression, postpartum depression, impulse control, communication and addiction. She uses a strength-based approach to work toward helping individuals and couples realize, recuperate and utilize their existing strengths, as well as using new, more effective coping skills to move toward a more fulfilling and self-accepting life.
(503) 567-1823
Portland, Oregon 97205
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
Sarah Ellenwood, Counselor  in Portland
“You don't have to go through difficult times alone. By seeking help, you have already taken the first step toward making positive life changes. The next step is finding the right person to guide, motivate and support you. I am a counselor with a healthy dose of optimism and realism. I love to work with my clients on problem solving, new skill building, and developing a greater understanding of themselves and the world around us. If you are looking for something "different" from your counselor, I may be a good fit.
(503) 902-4010
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
Jessie Barr Harris, Counselor  in Portland
“Taking the first step to get help and support can be confusing and hard to navigate. This can be particularly difficult when we are struggling. I understand this and want to support you in feeling better and getting more out of your life. I believe that together we can create an environment for personal growth and self-awareness. Throughout counseling we will work collaboratively to understand behavior patterns and the thoughts, feelings and experiences that drive them. With this insight, you will be able to improve your quality of life as you define it.
(503) 379-0243
Portland, Oregon 97204
Lynn McClenahan, Counselor  in Portland
“I work with adults who are experiencing life and emotional challenges including workplace and personal stress, life transition, grief and loss, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and other concerns. While dealing with change and stress is an inevitable part of life, there are times we can feel overwhelmed or stuck. I help you identify your personal strengths and resources which can help build resiliency during difficult times. I also help you take appropriate action when needed while also increasing your ability to accept these challenges and uncomfortable feelings in a way that is mindful and consistent with your values.
(503) 683-7474
Portland, Oregon 97232
Roger D. Carlson, Psychologist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychologist, PhD, MDiv, SCEH, ACS, ABS
“I work with persons who are having adjustment difficulties, and who experience stress and anxiety while making life transitions. I treat sexual difficulties or lifestyle issues from a sex positive perspective. I work with wishing to change specific habits (smoking, overeating, etc.); or to reduce stress and anxiety. I also work with those who have culturally unpopular or unsupported life styles, and who experience conflict, marginalization, or disempowerment.
(503) 567-4859
Portland, Oregon 97201
Kathleen McLaughlin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“Psychotherapy is not just a matter of skills and techniques. Healing occurs when, in a safe environment, you can speak and hear your own voice, tell your own story. When you feel really heard, new feelings and insights can emerge. Anxiety, depression, obsessive worrying, conflicts, feelings of meaninglessness or worthlessness constrict your experience. A therapeutic relationship can provide an opportunity to be accompanied as you express your feelings, thoughts, and concerns. You become more open and able to make new choices, to envision your dreams and possibilities. Your more authentic self can emerge as your inner landscape changes.
(503) 897-0909
Portland, Oregon 97205
Laurie E Sone, Counselor  in Portland
“Asking for help is an important first step in making your life better. I know it can be difficult navigating relationships - whether you're trying to find or maintain a healthy relationship - or getting over unhealthy ones. Overcoming the effects of childhood or relationship abuse, learning to control anxiety or compulsive behaviors in the way of healthy functioning, dealing with the challenges of sexual dysfunction or negotiating incompatibility in sexual desire - these are concerns I've helped individuals and couples with for 30+ years. My style is warm, nonjudgmental and interactive. I strongly believe that therapy is a collaborative experience.
(503) 489-9361
Portland, Oregon 97205
Marisol Westberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
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
Kyla Hines  in Portland
“**Appointments available evenings and weekends!** As an experienced counselor, I strive to honor my clients in their process and help them achieve their individual and lifestyle goals.I believe that the relationship between therapist and client is very important and I see my role as a collaborative facilitator to assist you in achieving strong mental and emotional health, success, and sustainability. I tailor my therapeutic approach to each individual meeting them where they are at in the moment.
(503) 395-1701
Portland, Oregon 97205
Julie Nelligan, Psychologist  in Portland
“I specialize in treating patients who are experiencing depression or anxiety or who need help coping with a physical problem such as obesity, chronic pain, menopause, insomnia, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and psoriasis. If it would be helpful for your treatment, I can coordinate your care with a primary care physician, specialty care physician, or psychiatrist.
(503) 757-3863
Portland, Oregon 97227
Andrea McKee, Counselor  in Portland
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor working in the Mental Health field for 18 years, my passion is working with youth and families to move through barriers towards living more full and meaningful lives. Whether your child is experiencing difficulties with family transitions such as divorce or a move, social and relationship challenges or performance issues at school, I can assist them to develop new understandings, learn more effective coping skills and ultimately create long-lasting changes. My experience over the years has been dedicated to working with youth, adults and families in clinic, school-based and research settings.
(503) 536-1962
Portland, Oregon 97214
Kimberly Filla, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My practice is dedicated to improving the lives of adolescent girls, women and families. Many of us are struggling with relationships: with ourselves and with others. As you invite me to participate in your journey of self discovery and purpose, I will support you to explore your personal story so that you can move towards a more thriving life. With courage, determination, and effort, we may uncover past injury and find hope to fuel the energy that provokes us towards a healthier and more fulfilling life. I have over 15 years of experience working with youth, adults, and families.
(971) 302-2817
Portland, Oregon 97213
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
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CADCI, LCSW
“My therapy approach is a 40 year integration of family systems, Meditation/Mindfulness, Emotion Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment, psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and chemical dependency treatment approaches. I blend a practical here and now approach to making changes with an understanding of how past experiences and relationships have contributed to our current behavior and feelings. I have found couples and family therapy approaches to be very helpful in addressing both individual and relationship issues. I have served a wide range of culturally diverse clients, as well as gay, lesbian and bi-sexual clients.
(503) 446-1176
Portland, Oregon 97213
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