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Sovereign Health Alternative to Incarceration, Treatment Facility  in Portland
“Sovereign Health offers court services and treatment programs for people who are dealing with legal issues such as a DUI, DWI, drunk in public, possession of a controlled substance, are among the list. If you or someone you know who has been charged with a crime and has substance abuse and/or mental health issues, there are many potential benefits for seeking help before going to trial. Additionally, if the crime is related to substance abuse problems or a mental health disorder, then treatment may be a required part of the journey through the legal system, such as court-ordered drug treatment or a court-ordered mental health evaluation. We invite you to visit us today and watch patient reviews of their hope and recovery at www.sovcal.com.
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Portland, Oregon 97204
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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
Cynthia Sturm, Psychologist  in Portland
“I enjoy helping individuals and couples identify emotional and relationship patterns that are creating distress, working together to improve self-understanding and the capacity to form healthy, loving relationships with family and friends. Therapy is a collaborative learning process, and my therapeutic style is interactive and non-judgmental. I integrate various therapeutic approaches to help clients develop their strengths and establish a toolbox of skills for coping and growth.
(503) 274-2416
Portland, Oregon 97239
Zoe Cryns, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFTI
“Is the life you are living right now as satisfying as you would like it to be? If you are here, researching therapists, you may be asking yourself this very question. You are not alone as you ponder "is this all there is in life"! What are you looking for to make life be as juicy and exciting as possible? Do you need to make a change and are nervous of the consequences? Are your relationships as fulfilling as you would like them to be? What is holding you back from fully living your life? I'd like to help you find that answer!
(971) 252-6898
Portland, Oregon 97203
Lewis & Clark Community Counseling Center, Treatment Facility  in Portland
“The Lewis & Clark Community counseling center provides low-cost counseling and therapy services that are culturally sensitive and designed to help with challenges including but not limited to depression, sexual intimacy, stress, marriage and family problems, domestic violence, experiences of oppression or injustice, substance abuse, problem gambling, eating disorders, school or career concerns, and trauma. All Therapeutic services are strictly confidential and are available in English; limited services are available in Spanish. The center does not provide legal, crisis, or medication-based assistance, but will provide appropriate referrals.
(503) 410-7793
Portland, Oregon 97239
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
Janet L Martin, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you feeling confused, sad, anxious, angry, or all of these? In your relationship do you feel like you try hard to communicate, but little seems to work? Do you wonder if it is your partner or you? Or perhaps you are feeling sad or numb. You sleep and eat more or less than usual and have problems with concentration, memory, and fatigue. Perhaps you feel anxious.You live with worryand panic feelings and find you cannot relax, sleep well and worry constantly. Perhaps you grew up in a chaotic or abusive environment and experience many of these issues.
(503) 438-4251
Portland, Oregon 97205
Karen Stallwood, Psychologist  in Portland
“Therapy is the most important gift you give yourself, and I encourage you to choose a therapist who is a good match for your needs. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety, depression, relationship problems, work-related stress, and abusive relationships--just to name a few. My approach to treatment is primarily present focused, because I believe that unresolved issues from our past end up repeating themselves in our current relationships. Together we will explore the ways that your thoughts, feelings, and actions affect your mood and the way you experience the world.
(503) 704-3300
Portland, Oregon 97227
Barry W. McVay, Counselor  in Portland
“I specialize with individuals and couples who desire to heal emotional problems associated with lack of trust, intimacy difficulties, ineffective communication, anger, silence and distance, sexual matters/addictions or infidelity. My services are COMPASSIONATE, RESULTS-ORIENTED, AFFORDABLE. I focus on helping people deal, heal, and grow through the inevitable seasons of change inherent to our lives. My approach is collaborative with the client, helping you reveal who you are, what you seek, supporting you in critical examination of the challenges you face. Together we create goals, develop strategies, and engage in ongoing interaction that moves you toward meaningful paths of change.
(503) 451-3979
Portland, Oregon 97239
Amy Robben Welsh, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“"Are you feeling stressed-out or overwhelmed? Does it make you feel anxious or depressed to think about managing and solving your problems on your own? Each of us experiences behaviors and feelings we cannot always explain, control, or appreciate about ourselves. Therapy provides us an opportunity to learn about our feelings, thoughts, behaviors, and develop healthier coping skills. In our work together, I will offer you strategies to enhance your life through the use of cognitive, mindfulness, and meditative techniques. Each of us holds within ourselves tremendous potential and an innate knowing of just what we need.
(503) 913-5846
Portland, Oregon 97232
Francesca Caselli  in Portland
“In spite of the pain, I believe our struggles are meaningful. As your therapist, I collaborate with you to honor truths hidden underneath current circumstances so you can discover new ways to get what you really need - from your relationships and within yourself. I blend emotion processing with in-session awareness exercises to guide you back to your inner sense of balance.
(971) 717-2861
Portland, Oregon 97202
Alix Land, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“My practice is focused on helping people have healthier, more productive relationships, whether with a significant other/spouse, friend, family member or co-worker. I believe that relationships form the foundation of our lives, and when those relationships feel threatened, nothing else seems to matter. I work with both individuals as well as couples, providing a safe, relaxed environment, where clients are free to express themselves and try out new ideas without judgment.
(503) 549-4208
Portland, Oregon 97205
Katie Playfair  in Portland
“Welcome and thanks for considering counseling as a way to help you live a fuller life. As you embark on this journey of finding a counselor, my recommendation is to pick someone who specializes in what you want help with. If you've found yourself suffering from career issues (including schooling and retirement), workplace conflict, anxiety, and/or stress, I think I can help! I am trained as a general mental health counselor and also spent a decade in HR and management consulting which allows me to take both personal mental health and organizational perspectives.
(503) 342-7853
Portland, Oregon 97215
Ruth Gibian, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Because our experiences are so often invalidated or trivialized, my therapeutic style is to collaborate with you to find and support your wisdom. Examining beliefs and patterns frees you up to create new possibilities, make new choices, and become more skillful in reflecting your best interests and intentions. People come to me seeking change -- to relieve depression or anxiety, to ease a difficult transition, for support with family or relationship troubles, to become more skillful with others and to bring their lives closer to their ideals.
(503) 567-4221
Portland, Oregon 97214
Sara Clay Goodman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMT, LCSW
“I love my work. It is always an enriching experience for me to meet people in a non-judgmental frame of mind and learn how to work together with them in order to answer that basic question of: "What will make life feel better?"
(503) 475-8880
Portland, Oregon 97211
Sarah Zuber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Pain and struggle are part of the human experience. All people encounter challenges that are tough to overcome alone. During these times, a trained professional can walk alongside you and help you make sense of the seemingly senseless, discover your coping super powers, and emerge on the other side with a newfound verve. My goal is to provide compassionate support and trained guidance to help you make meaningful change and create a life worth living fully. We will discuss what that means for you, any obstacles in the way, and carve out a path together.
(503) 308-4147
Portland, Oregon 97232
“I seek to serve individuals and families in trauma recovery (ex.: history of sexual and/or physical abuse, domestic violence, single incident trauma), including couples, adults, youth, and children. Am happy to work with families who are adopting or dealing with attachment issues, and issues of family or couple conflict. Ofresco servicios para individuales y familias, incluyendo parejas, niños, y adultos, en recuperacion de trauma (ej.: abuso sexual o fisico, violencia domestica). Tambien trabajo con familias en proceso de adoptcion or con dificultades de apego, como tambien ayuda para resolver conflictos entre parejas o familias.
(503) 713-6871
Portland, Oregon 97216
Quarter-Life Counseling, 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
Louise Gordon, Counselor  in Portland
“If you are experiencing difficulties in your relationships or you feel you are not living the life you were meant to live, I can help you. Perhaps you want to resolve indecision in some area of your life. Or you realize that you need help with anxiety or depression. Some people seek counseling when they have a problem controlling their behavior, such as drinking or arguing. Whatever your reason for wanting to change, please don’t wait to get yourself living the life you envision. Many people have experienced the changes you seek and I am looking forward to being a part of your success.
(503) 489-4285
Portland, Oregon 97219
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
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