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Laurence Eckman Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
“I work with ADHD, ADD, anxiety, depression, marriage & couples counseling, anger problems, unresolved trauma, & PTSD. I enjoy working with individuals and couples who may be experiencing communication and relationship issues, daily life stressors, parenting difficulties or life transitions. Dually licensed as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP) and psychotherapist (LCSW) affords me the unique perspective of seeing mental health from the psychological and physiological viewpoints. I offer psychotropic medication management, psychotherapy, counseling, coaching or a combination of these. Sometimes there is great value in having one practitioner to address the medical and mental health concerns.
(503) 446-1199
Portland, Oregon 97214
Mollie C Clarke, Counselor  in Portland
“I focus on helping you develop a friendly, compassionate relationship to yourself as a foundation from which to make the changes you want in your life. Often people experience a particular problem, like finances or relationship problems, and then come down hard on themselves for having the problem - a double whammy. I draw on my 26 years in private practice and post-masters training to help work with you to design a counseling that respects and fits your needs and goals.
(503) 567-1671
Portland, Oregon 97214
Coalesce Counseling Services, LLC  in Portland
“I believe through the most difficult experiences, individuals have the capacity to move toward hope, healing and authentic living. Entering therapy can be scary and overwhelming. I offer you a safe and nurturing environment to grow, strengthen self-awareness and self-compassion. Do you feel "stuck" in any of these areas? Trusting yourself or others; feeling lost or disconnected; struggling with where you thought you would be, versus where you are now; feeling unbalanced; overwhelmed by emotions; chronic pain/illness; feeling afraid and reactive; struggling to communicate; loneliness and difficulty with intimacy; You are not alone, I can support you.
(503) 536-1867
Portland, Oregon 97214
Dr. Ruth Friedel, Psychologist  in Portland
“If you are dealing with anxiety, depression; a work or family relationship problem; medical issue, work stress, "codependency," or a major life transition you will probably enjoy working with me. Some people want brief therapy, some want an approach where they can consider options & feelings in a slower & more thoughtful manner. You have the choice of individual, couples, and/or group therapy - each individualized to your particular needs and personality. Complex problems require an experienced therapist.
(503) 925-5025
Portland, Oregon 97209
Den O'Hara  in Portland
“Are you negatively impacted by substance use or a behavioral addiction? Do you need help getting a loved one into treatment? Assist individuals, couples, parents and families with treatment options for issues impacting their personal, familial, educational and professional life. If you or a loved one suffers from substance abuse, relationship problems, gambling issues or emotional distress I am committed to helping relieve the stress of those daily life challenges. My approach is relational promoting collaboration with the individual, couple or family. The treatment options include evidence based treatment modalities to promote a positive outcome.
(954) 560-4595
Portland, Oregon 97213
A Strong Mind Counseling and Consulting LLC,   in Portland
“I help people become empowered. What I have found is that this lack of empowerment holds people back in their relationships, their careers, and their overall quality of life. How has it affected your life? I aim to rebuild a stronger you by working alongside you to help you re-claim your sense of self.
(503) 305-4175
Portland, Oregon 97214
Portia L Sipes, Counselor  in Portland
“Life can be difficult. Sometimes we need help sorting out the challenges we face. It can feel comforting to have someone who will listen to you, not judge. We all need support and encouragement. In my approach to therapy, I encourage you to think about how you are strong, have dealt with past challenges, and support you in developing new skills and strategies. I believe you hold the wisdom and knowledge to manifest a healthier, more fulfilling life. Sometimes, we temporarily lose sight of this inner strength. I am here as a guide to help you rediscover your way.
(971) 205-2743
Portland, Oregon 97205
Christine Reeh Vosburg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that each of us have great capacity for personal growth. Psychotherapy can be a powerful and effective modality in the process of better understanding ourselves and in working toward change.
(503) 822-6686
Portland, Oregon 97209
Lauren R Disner  in Portland
“In private practice located in the Bethany Village area, I work with clients experiencing depression, anxiety, high-conflict couples, domestic violence, inter-cultural relationships, and addiction. I strive to help individuals, couples and families to improve their lives and relationships. I employ a theoretical perspective that embraces the multifaceted aspects of life and family. My goal is to work as your ally in helping you improve your life and the relationships important to you.
(503) 928-7289
Portland, Oregon 97229
Risa Hobson, Counselor  in Portland
“Sometimes we lose our way in life. We get on a different path than we intended and lose sight of who we are, what we want, or where we are going. We feel stuck, unsure, broken, or overwhelmed. Sometimes we find ourselves in a place where we could be better about honoring our potential, giving more fully to our relationships, and tending to what brings us joy. If you are at a place in your life where you would like to explore a new direction, please consider if counseling is the next step for you.
(503) 567-4471
Portland, Oregon 97215
Tamara Jesme, Psychologist  in Portland
“I believe that much of what we think, feel, and believe is outside of our immediate awareness. Much of the time we think our conscious mind is 'driving the bus' so to speak, yet it is our unconscious that grips the wheel and drives us down roads we have unwittingly been down many times before. We develop beliefs of the self, of others, and of the world in general based on experiences we have earlier in life, often outside of our current awareness. These unexamined beliefs can prevent us from experiencing ourself and others in a healthy and authentic manner.
(503) 487-0421
Portland, Oregon 97214
Yael Schweitzer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, BC-DMT
“As a Mindfulness-Based Therapist, people come to me because they want to be heard, and I provide a safe and welcoming space where their voice is heard with respect and a non judgmental approach. I am skilled in listening not just to the spoken word, but also to the body and non verbal expressions. An essential component of my approach is to demonstrate and work with my clients on developing acceptance and compassion to themselves and others. Everyone who seeks therapy for medical, personal and interpersonal reasons is welcome to my clinic. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups.
(971) 236-4069
Portland, Oregon 97232
Julie Brockman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My work as a therapist is well suited for those that are spiritual/intuitive, as well as drawn to holistic and alternative approaches. I use energy psychology protocals to effectively clear long standing beliefs patterns and behaviors that most traditional talk therapy modalities aren't able to. Using whole brain techniques, clairvoyance and powerful questions we can access your wisdom and create the life you truly desire. My work is especially helpful for those who want to stop judging themselves & their bodies. You can learn to love you. If you thought you could be free of your biggest challenge would it be worth it to call?
(503) 967-8166
Portland, Oregon 97219
Jody (Georgia) Swisher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy is a relationship between client and therapist. Healing comes as a result of the work we do together. I create a calm, supportive place where you can feel safe to explore your options and begin to think clearly about your life and your choices.
(503) 452-5058
Portland, Oregon 97219
Tina Lilly  in Portland
“I work with adults, children and adolescents who want to take steps toward living more courageous, creative and self-directed lives. I draw from humanistic, existential and insight-oriented traditions, and often utilize body-centered interventions such as mindfulness or movement in session. The extent to which you want to use body-based interventions in your counseling session is completely up to you. Everyone has their own pace of working through distress. I am comfortable with whatever process emerges. If you want to talk, we can talk. If you want to breathe, we can breathe.
(503) 342-7723
Portland, Oregon 97214
Nani Waddoups  in Portland
“I believe we navigate the waters of life by constantly adjusting to subtle and profound changes, much like tacking a sailboat or steering a kayak in order to keep moving ahead. How we experience those changes -- as loss or opportunity, with sadness or joy -- determines the course we will follow. While each of us must make the individual choice of how to move forward, I believe we are all in this together. No one need navigate alone. The process of counseling is to support the planning of the trip ahead, and to help navigate the waters of life.
(503) 487-0061
Portland, Oregon 97214
Ryan Zakovics, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, LPCi, CADCI
“Fully engaging in our own therapy triggers an oddly familiar feeling...that we are finally returning home to the place we always knew existed, as the person we always knew ourselves to be. This is the experience of satisfying the thirst for our own wholeness. That path is different for each of us, but each of us has a path. It takes courage to seek therapy, and strength. You might be struggling with feeling overwhelmed by life, confused, anxious around your peers, adrift in grief, or maybe feeling like everything is falling apart.
(971) 533-7997
Portland, Oregon 97214
Paul Kolba, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, QMHP
“Are you are a busy professional with many demands on your time, and you are experiencing a personal or professional obstacle in your life? Do you feel you may need guidance to clearly identify the problem and develop a plan to address it? As our lives grow more complex with less and less time to effectively address pressing emotional and social challenges, counseling becomes an effective means to get back on track. Counseling can be a difficult process but with persistence, openness, and professional guidance the rewards are tangible, enduring and can increase your overall satisfaction and quality of life.
(971) 302-4340
Portland, Oregon 97204
Mike Chapman, Counselor  in Portland
“In therapy, I work to develop a relationship where you can both specifically explore the issues that have brought you to therapy- depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, lack of purpose, trauma, grief and loss, drug and alcohol issues-- and your life, in general. This atmosphere allows you to gain more self-knowledge and self-acceptance as well as to see fresh perspectives on your troubles and desires. You can then begin to find a way through some necessary changes. An important aspect of my therapy approach is encouraging clients to take steps to live life in more alignment with who they are.
(503) 902-4974
Portland, Oregon 97239
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
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