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Psychosis Therapists in Portland
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Jake Creviston, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MN, RN, PMHNP
“I'm prepared to work with all types of patients. I'm interested in anxiety, depression, PTSD, life stressors, and emotional dysregulation. I specialize in difficult to treat issues, especially patients considering decreasing or stopping medications. I can make the process safer and smoother. I utilize a variety of psychotherapeutic techniques e.g., cognitive behavioral, interpersonal, and supportive therapies, but my biggest interest is empowering people to make desired changes through motivational interviewing. I offer mind-body therapies such as meditation and mindfulness for treating undesirable emotions. I'm here to support you in a way that works for you.
Psychosis
(503) 468-1411
Portland, Oregon 97232
Jerome Yoman, Psychologist  in Portland
“My purpose is to help adults of all ages, and their families, improve the quality of their lives. I provide life skills training and psychological therapy to help you accomplish personal goals, gain emotional strength, and further your values. Together we create a good working relationship, where you feel safe openly sharing your experiences, and develop a common understanding of your concerns. That understanding leads to action strategies for the changes you wish to make, relying most on those demonstrated as effective for people with your concerns. We will regularly evaluate how well my services are working for you.
Psychosis
(503) 567-1933
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Portland, Oregon 97225
John Douglas Topness, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, QMHP
“I work with men and their families on identity, traumatic issues, addiction, mood, and life-transitions. I have also worked with women and adolescents and believe I can offer a non-judgmental and motivation building experience to my clients.
Psychosis
(971) 264-2732
Portland, Oregon 97205
Kim E Lucey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Everyone deserves to be treated as an individual with respect for their own beliefs, goals and definition of success. It is on this strong belief that I base my work with children, adults, couples and families. For over 17 years, I have been supporting growth and healing of children, adults, couples and families with multi-layered struggles. These include; mood struggles, communication and relational conflicts, history of acute trauma, behavioral struggles, family conflicts, and identity struggles and substance use/abuse. I also have long term experience working with families who have come together through foster care or adoption.
Psychosis
(971) 225-0105
Portland, Oregon 97205
Jennifer Linnman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“I believe the struggle that comes with managing everyday life can be as debilitating as major trauma. Anxiety, depression, irritability, low frustration tolerance, no patience....these are all important indicators to understand and perhaps a wake up call from your unconscious mind (or partner or child) to let you know things need to shift in order for you to find peace and increased mood stability, living a more conscious life. My style is relational and attachment oriented, using mindfulness and teaching self regulation. When anxiety and depression are examined and held in a safe place, your true self can emerge.
Psychosis
(503) 444-9772
Portland, Oregon 97209
David A Sangster  in Portland
“From struggling to thriving. Becoming more fully "yourself." Enjoying relationship satisfaction. Strengthening connection to something bigger that is meaningful. Improving effectiveness at work. Feeling more at home in your body and content. Developing mindfulness and PRESENCE. Choosing a therapist that is a great fit is important. So is sorting out what the concerns are to address. There is a difference here you will experience from the get go. The office is the second level of a 1930's Cape Cod style house...inviting and comfortable. With warmth and character. Sessions are a full 60 minutes rather than 50.
Psychosis
(503) 444-8649
Portland, Oregon 97203
Robert Olsen, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“My outpatient work is focused on working with individuals who are needing help coping with their stressful lives. I take a holistic approach so recognize there is rarely a "one-size-fits-all" solution for anyone. I do prescribe medications as needed, but also work with individuals in which medications are not wanted or needed.
Psychosis
(971) 801-6534
Portland, Oregon 97202
Jane Meskill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I'm sure our work together will make you feel better, understand more, find avenues of communication in your relationships. Although I am skilled at solution focused therapy, real change often takes courage and trust. Most clients find I understand them quickly. The majority of my clients want to be unstuck, move beyond the anxiety, sadness, anger, communicate with their partners and be happy. They want insight and to feel better. Clarity, problem solving and finding one's authentic path are some of the goals and the results of this work. SEE VIDEO OF JANE. cut and paste link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojWA9NFKoNk&feature=autoplay&list=QL&index=1&playnext=2
Psychosis
(503) 446-4251
Portland, Oregon 97205
Ruth Exley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“After trauma, a child is desperate to feel secure. They may seem anxious or fearful and avoid people/ places. They may wake you up because of the bad dreams, act out or withdraw socially. Your child may try to pretend as if everything is ok, but you sense something is off. Post Traumatic Stress can be all consuming, but your child is incredibly resilient and so are you. Trauma therapy can help restore normalcy in your family and give your child a renewed sense of strength.
Psychosis
(503) 487-3783
Portland, Oregon 97232
Bethprana Novi, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CSWA
“I believe that you are the expert in your own life. My job as your therapist is to help you to find solutions and answers that work for you. I will walk beside you on your path, providing guidance, support and direction when needed. I provide a safe and non-judgmental space where ideas, concepts, and problems can be examined without pressure. I would like for you to think of my expertise and the therapeutic experience as a tool you can use in order to achieve your goals and start to live the kind of positive life you have imagined.
Psychosis
(503) 451-6738
Portland, Oregon 97232
Maureen A O'Donnell, Counselor  in Portland
“I specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety, the aftereffects of trauma, and life-transitions. If you are feeling hopelessness, despair, anger, or lack motivation, you are probably suffering from depression. Excessive worry and fears are signs of anxiety. Symptoms of trauma can include: panic attacks, anxiety, hyper-vigilance, anger, depression, and dissociation.
Psychosis
(503) 880-0966
Portland, Oregon 97212
John Sickler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I utilize an insight and awareness oriented style of therapy that is committed to authenticity and humor when possible.
Psychosis
(503) 451-6710
Portland, Oregon 97205
Shadee A Hardy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you feeling that, despite your best intentions, you find yourself engaging in the same behaviors that keep you stuck? I believe the foundation of individual mental health is a positive relationship with self. The relationship with self impacts almost every other aspect of life. I believe that clients show up already possessing that which will ultimately help them heal; therefore, I do not subscribe to a pathology-based system. My intention is to create a supportive environment in which my clients can explore their emotional needs and overcome barriers that limit their full potential.
Psychosis
(503) 400-7235 x17
Portland, Oregon 97227
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.
Psychosis
(503) 406-4249
Portland, Oregon 97217
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 donít 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.
Psychosis
(503) 489-4285
Portland, Oregon 97219
“My therapy approach is a 30-year integration of family systems, 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 had success in helping adults and children learn to manage their anger in constructive ways. I have served a wide range of culturally diverse clients, as well as gay, lesbian and bi-sexual clients.
Psychosis
(503) 446-1176
Portland, Oregon 97213
Jodee Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My therapeutic approach begins by honoring the wisdom of each client rather than listening to a voice saying "something about you is wrong." Circumstances and symptoms don't define you. In fact, non-judgmental curiosity regarding what is happening right now provides the key to healing. I work in a mindful way, helping you find inner wisdom by exploring your body sensations that link to emotions and reveal deep insights. As the story behind your story unfolds, circumstances start making sense - they may even shift. You begin to know and trust your wise inner soul untouched by life's traumas.
Psychosis
(503) 877-1338
Portland, Oregon 97205
Laurence Grisanti, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
“I am a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with prescriptive authority providing therapy to adults. I have worked with a full spectrum of mental health issues. Namaste.
Psychosis
(503) 489-9342
Portland, Oregon 97205
Elizabeth Viola, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker and have worked in mental health and substance abuse recovery for eight years. I have provided therapeutic services to individuals, couples, families, and groups in a variety of clinical settings. I utilize evidence-based treatments in my practice including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Cognitive Processing Therapy. Therapy is a special opportunity to gain self-awareness and self-acceptance. I provide you with support, compassion, and guidance during times of struggle, change, and success. Our therapeutic relationship is based on trust and respect for your choices.
Psychosis
(360) 386-6140
Portland, Oregon 97212
Scot Maclean, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“Hello, I offer psychoanalytic psychotherapy for adults in Portland Oregon and surrounding areas. I also offer medication management, and can collaborate your therapist. My preferred approach to working with you is to get a good sense of who you are, how difficulties started, and how you can find solutions for yourself. I don't usually recommend medication unless I believe it is necessary. When I do prescribe medication we will talk about the options in detail and the choice to take medication is yours alone.
Psychosis
(503) 967-2938
Portland, Oregon 97210

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Psychosis (Schizophrenia) Therapists
If you're looking for help with psychosis in Portland or for a Portland psychosis Therapist these professionals provide therapy for psychosis. They include psychosis Therapists, psychosis psychologists, psychosis psychotherapists and psychosis counselors. They can help with psychotic disorder, psychotic depression, psychoses Therapist, postpartum psychosis, hallucinations and delusional thinking. If you're looking for treatment options for schizophrenia in Portland or for Portland schizophrenia treatment these Therapists can help.

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.