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Gambling Therapists in Portland

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
Deborah A Bell, Counselor  in Portland
“I utilize an eclectic approach that is gentle and strengths based. I believe that therapy and/or coaching is a collaborative process where we will work together to establish goals you wish to achieve. ‚;®For 20+ years I have worked with mental health and behavioral issues. I have counseled children, adolescents, adults, families, couples, and coached parents. My services include:‚;®‚;®BEHAVIORAL SPECIALIST that uses evidence-based behavioral principles focusing on helping children and adults develop new productive behaviors - replacing problematic behaviors.
(503) 470-6404
Portland, Oregon 97205
Bill Maier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"When you come into therapy it is a time to expand the sense of yourself. Our job is to get familiar with the values that have helped you get through difficult situations and use them now. You may be a combat veteran, mental health or law enforcement worker having family or relationship problems. You need clear and practical strategies for replacing automatic reactions with mindful responses. Feeling understood by another human being is useful for flexible problem solving and clarifying your values. The majority of my experience is working with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. PTSD will definitely get better with knowledgeable treatment."
(360) 492-1786
Portland, Oregon 97225
Jenny Watters, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My main purpose when we meet is to ensure you have a comfortable, safe experience where you can explore your personal goals and concerns. I primarily work with individuals and couples, and see our time together as a collaborative journey where we work together to identify strengths and areas in your life that you would like to improve or change. Whether the challenges your facing involve relationships, personal obstacles, or emotional pain and loss, I believe that these challenges can be addressed to help foster a positive outcome.
(503) 926-6332
Portland, Oregon 97220
Zuzana Sakova  in Portland
“My practice welcomes individuals and couples who are either in state of acute crisis or who seek deeper understanding of their life and its meaning. Therapy can help you remove obstacles to your growth and allows you to become more engaged in life, although this is not always easy, fast or painless. Finding a more authentic self leads to a more meaningful life and towards more enhanced intimacy in your relationships. This can happen through increased awareness, deeper insight into your own functioning, greater self-acceptance, and increased compassion to self and others.
(503) 616-4158
Portland, Oregon 97214
Glenn Maynard, Counselor  in Portland
“I have over tthirty years experience providing individual, couple, and family counseling to adults and teens. I have extensive experience helping clients recover from depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, relationship problems, and addictions.
(971) 832-5208
Portland, Oregon 97204
Dan Harold, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, QMHP
“We all need support in various times in our lives. Finding a therapeutic relationship that is both safe and effective can lead to lasting change. I provide a grounded and nonjudgemental space for clients to address anything they choose to bring to therapy. While I am non-judgemental and compassionate towards the folks I work with, I am also interested in offering direct and honest feedback. Using your strengths and wisdom, I feel that within the collaborative relationship we develop, you can access core feelings, develop coping skills, find clarity around your goals, and make progress towards achieving your goals.
(503) 305-4601
Portland, Oregon 97214
David A Ryan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Therapy feels good. It can be fun, too. Therapy isn't what you see on television. It really can be an amazing experience. It is energizing and can be exciting. It is one of the rare situations where you actually get to be yourself and discover what that's like. You might even discover how you are protecting yourself from really experiencing your life. You get to be yourself with another person who helps you to draw from within yourself your own resources, your own healing experiences, and the changes you have been seeking. And, that's the fun part.
(503) 750-1859
Portland, Oregon 97212
Bob Linhares, Psychologist  in Portland
“I treat adults experiencing a variety of life's challenges, including relationship problems, transition challenges, career worries, money-related difficulties, health concerns, anxiety, and depression. This work combines practical guidance, problem solving and education. My therapeutic style is collaborative. Together, we look for insight into the origins of unwanted behavioral, emotional, and relationship patterns, then use that new knowledge to develop strategies to help you get "unstuck" and move forward in your life.
(971) 259-8965
Portland, Oregon 97209
Janet Sandell, Counselor  in Portland
“We all need support at different times in our lives. It is easy to become overwhelmed and to feel stuck. Counseling can open the door to examining and changing the direction of your life. It is a process where you can discover what is important to you, and learn to create a life that you love. Discover and embrace the courage, strength, and compassion to be present and connected with your life.
(503) 567-4020
Portland, Oregon 97209
Oxsana Stenersen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW, CADC
“Feeling troubled, lost, down, worried, unsatisfied, or out of control? I offer mindfulness-based stress reduction counseling to assist you to resolve these struggles and redirect your energy toward what you care about most: your relationships, work, parenting, family, and play. As a therapist my goal is to create a safe and supportive environment and help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. Cultivating mindfulness nurtures understanding, love, compassion, & joy.
(503) 894-5511
Portland, Oregon 97217
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
Norma Schell, LPC, NCC, MHC, Counselor  in Portland
“Our work, can help you feel better, increase self understanding and improve communication skills. I respect the courage required for real change to occur. Most clients wish for more in life. In moving beyond painful emotions and experiences toward an authentic life opens us to peace, love, joy and purpose. I honor the deep wisdom in humankind as expressed through experiences, symptoms, feelings, emotions, dreams, images and daydreams. I believe these offer guidance toward finding the person we were born to be. Also to facilitate appointments I offer evening appointments.
(503) 406-6363
Portland, Oregon 97205
Lee Aaron Scher, Counselor  in Portland
“"The truth will make you free." I believe my most important job as a therapist is to help you listen to and trust your own experience, so you can create a more congruent, fulfilling life. I can help you: 1. Face a challenging transition. 2. Work through anxiety, anger, and other difficult feelings. 3. Heal recent or childhood trauma. 4. Engage in dream work, meditation and other spiritual practices. 5. Heal and strengthen your relationship. Please visit my website. If you like what you see please get in touch with me to schedule a free consultation:)
(503) 998-2297
Portland, Oregon 97209
Andrea J. Wright Johnston,   in Portland
“Have a loving, lasting relationship, and a happy family. Discover how to use your strengths and innate wisdom to create the life of your dreams. You can have an empowered family as well as a calm and happy state of mind through therapy. I specialize in sex therapy and am effective as a dating coach for single people. I help individuals build harmony and health in their romantic relationship. As a compassionate family therapist who values being authentic, I approach each person and family with attention to mental and physical health, with consideration to relational, social and spiritual influences.
(503) 405-4321
Portland, Oregon 97213
Luke Dowling  in Portland
“In therapy with me, you can expect a respectful environment that is efficiently focused on what you want to achieve. My only goal is to make your life better. I will take the time to get to know you and together we can work toward real solutions so that you can create a happier life.
(503) 894-5567
Portland, Oregon 97202
Marie Cacao, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CADCI
“I provide psychotherapy with compassion, humor and ability to be transparent and authentic. I provide a direct and supportive environment for people going through difficult life transitions, coming to terms with painful experiences, recognizing debilitating patterned behavior, clarifying needs vs. desires, and developing the skills necessary to establish and maintain more satisfying and nourishing relationships. My work with clients is centered around helping you develop awareness of yourself and your interactions with others, which in turn allows for the possibility of lasting change.
(503) 985-8377
Portland, Oregon 97215
Lauren A Berg, Psychological Associate  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, LPA
“As a contemporary psychoanalyst, I work with adults and adolescents in exploring issues of self-esteem, disturbances of mood, and difficulties in love and work relationships. My clients find a safe environment in which to communicate and explore. In applying the gains made in our sessions to your outside world, you will find a strengthened sense of self-identify, an increased ability to decide and carry out goals, and a voice that can speak up in today's challenging world.
(503) 406-6684
Portland, Oregon 97219
American Research Institute, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
“We work to create new awareness, new knowledge and new possibilities. American Research Institute, Inc. therapists Dr. Thomas J. Wright, Ph.D, LCSW and Andrea J. Wright Johnston, MA, MFT offer family therapy, couple therapy, structured behavioral therapy, and individual psychotherapy.
(503) 406-9123
Portland, Oregon 97213
Martin Fisher, Psychologist  in Portland
“My areas of expertise include depression, relationship problems, difficulties managing emotions, anxiety, trauma and PTSD, adolescent issues, ADHD, loss, and family of origin issues. I also enjoy helping individuals with identity development issues, including those related to culture, gender, sexuality, and important life transitions. I currently having openings and am accepting new clients.
(503) 410-7711
Portland, Oregon 97205

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Gambling Therapists
A compulsive gambler or a or pathological gambler is someone who is unable to resist his or her impulses to gamble. The urge to gamble becomes so great that tension can only be relieved by more gambling.

There is a very fine line between problem gambling or Portland gambling addiction and gambling too much. The critical sign of problem gambling is often hidden from awareness, with denial. Many gamblers in Portland typically do not know they have a problem. Admitting you have a problem, or may have a problem, is the first step to recovery.

Treatment options include individual and group psychotherapy, and self-help support groups such as Gamblers Anonymous (a 12-step program for gamblers). Abstinence principles that apply to other types of addiction are also relevant in the treatment of compulsive gambling behavior in Portland.

Recently, medications such as antidepressants, opioid antagonists, and mood stabilizers have been shown to be beneficial in combination with gambling treatment by a Portland gambling Therapist or gambling Therapists in Portland or those experienced with gambling behaviors in Portland.

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.