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Psychosis Therapists in Portland
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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
Office is near:
Portland, Oregon 97225
Cammy Bentz, Counselor  in Portland
“I do therapy because it is satisfying, intimate, honest, and creative, which is how our lives can be, too. Critical to creating a gratifying life is to be surrounded by people who model this for us, somehow. Good therapy can provide that role-modeling. As a therapist, my goal is to create an atmosphere of safety, respect, and being heard--the wellspring from which "doing it differently," whatever that might mean, can come. Whether you're a teen, adult, couple or family, if you're struggling in some way, I'll meet you where you are.
Psychosis
(503) 374-9624
Portland, Oregon 97209
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.
Psychosis
(503) 616-2042
Portland, Oregon 97214
Mark Gundry, Counselor  in Portland
“I help clients in emotional distress make deep, lasting, and transformative changes. Real transformation often begins with feelings of crisis and troubling psychological symptoms: effects of trauma or neglect from early life, depression, loss and grief, anxiety, spiritual problems, lack of meaning or direction, divorce, trouble in relationships, illness, or dependence on substances. Imagine that the symptoms you're suffering from are calling you home to a new way of living and being. I bring a high level of clinical experience, training, and compassion to my work as a therapist who is genuinely interested in you and who you are becoming.
Psychosis
(503) 883-8584
Portland, Oregon 97214
Michele Soleimani, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Sometimes we may know where we want to go but just can't seem to get there. Too many times we are too close to a situation to see it with clarity; this is when a different set of eyes can really be helpful. Whether you are trying to break unhealthy relationship patterns, suffer from anxiety and/or depression, or feel generally unsatisfied or lonely, therapy can assist you in unraveling troublesome patterns, enhancing relationships, and improving your everyday quality of life.
Psychosis
(503) 567-1541
Portland, Oregon 97212
Ann Heyen, Psychologist  in Portland
“My focus is on helping people develop more satisfying personal and work relationships, discover and change self-defeating patterns, and increase ability to handle difficult situations. My work with clients is collaborative, positive, and interactive and is aimed at increasing coping strategies, interpersonal skills, self awareness, and self acceptance.
Psychosis
(503) 446-5167
Portland, Oregon 97232
Colin McCrudden  in Portland
“Working with individuals, couples and young people, I believe it is important to understand what my clients see as essential to affecting change in their lives as opposed to what I believe to be the answer to their problems. I see counseling as more of an art than a science. And in that regard, I see it as akin to a dance where at times I am the leader and at times I follow my partner's lead.
Psychosis
(503) 446-4002
Portland, Oregon 97232
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
G. Chip Kosboth, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, LPCi
“You know progress is possible. You know you're ready. You want to make a real change. You want to create a better life. You need tools. You need an objective perspective. You need support from someone on your side. You need encouragement to move forward. I will help you understand. I will help you take right action. Together we will clear the path forward. Together we will find a solution. Being aware of a habit or pattern is just the first step.
Psychosis
(503) 967-2914
Portland, Oregon 97217
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.
Psychosis
(503) 406-4283
Portland, Oregon 97219
Jacqueline Novet Lcsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you stressed out? Depressed? Do you experience chronic pain or health conditions, the aftermath of trauma, or anxiety? Could you benefit from comprehensive, non-stigmatizing support for feeling better? If so, you're far from alone... and support starts here!
Psychosis
(971) 717-3606
Portland, Oregon 97221
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.
Psychosis
(971) 236-4067
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
Nicki Beiderman, Counselor  in Portland
“It takes a lot of courage to call a therapist you don't know. If you have been in therapy before you know how difficult it can be to tell your story again to a complete stranger. If you haven't been in therapy before you wonder how do you begin to trust someone even if they are a professional. I can help you on your journey. I am a committed, caring psychotherapist who has worked with all kinds of emotional problems. I am ready to help you if you are ready to begin this important work.
Psychosis
(503) 388-9098
Portland, Oregon 97213
Holly Roland  in Portland
“Therapy is about cultivating connection. In my work with individuals, couples, and groups, I provide supportive tools and collaborative interventions for walking the muddy path of change. It's easy to get stuck in negative thoughts, behaviors, emotions, and relationships, and my therapeutic approach promotes forward movement. I believe that as humans, the answers we're looking for are rooted in past experiences and future potential, but sometimes we need a fresh perspective. With a background in both science and art, I offer a innovative treatment techniques tailored to help clients create who they are becoming.
Psychosis
(971) 373-1806
Portland, Oregon 97209
Deborah Lyda High, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“The act of doing therapy is a bit like tending to a garden; it takes diligence and care to achieve growth! It sounds challenging I know, but the outcomes and successes of working on yourself and your relationships far outweigh the negatives. We all have gardens that need occasional weeding and replanting, and when we are not taking care of ourselves, we can experience feelings of depression, anxiety, restlessness and frustration. In choosing to work with me, I will guide and encourage you by providing the necessary tools and resources that allow you to create a healthy and bountiful garden of your own.
Psychosis
(503) 564-1904
Portland, Oregon 97227
Jessica Carlin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Our answers lie within, although there are times when we need help uncovering them. Therapy is a powerful and transformative tool that supports this process. It is a collaboration between the therapist and the client. People come to therapy for different reasons, such as exploring thinking and relational patterns, emotional barriers, or to work on their core issues. When working with me, you are free to be yourself. My role is to respect and draw out your unique strengths and inner resources, and support you in reaching your fullest potential.
Psychosis
(503) 766-2286
Portland, Oregon 97214
Maggie Bortz, Counselor  in Portland
“Seeking therapy is a courageous act. In the context of a safe, therapeutic relationship, I work to assist you in developing a greater sense of self-awareness and a clear internal sense of what is right for you as a unique individual. I assist you in discovering constructive ways to cope with stressors and to manage difficult feelings. I may also be proactive in respectfully challenging perceptions and behaviors that may contribute to your suffering. I work well with children and adolescents, as well as adults. I can bill your insurance as an out of network provider. Saturday appointments may be available.
Psychosis
(503) 766-5419
Portland, Oregon 97232
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 or begin to act out at school 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
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.
Psychosis
(972) 893-3218
Portland, Oregon 97219

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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 , 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.