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Therapists in Salem

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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I work with adult individuals and couples over a broad spectrum of issues, both personal as well as relational. I labor with them to help them better understand themselves and to clarify any interpersonal dynamics which could encumber their personal life and relationships. Respecting their unique personality and experience, I offer options and encouragement toward what goals we collaboratively set for them to achieve employing cognitive, behavioral, emotional and spiritual considerations.
(503) 487-0293
Salem, Oregon 97306
Act on Hope Counseling LLC  in Salem
“Every person has the ability to change the way they see themselves and the world. I believe the role of a therapist is to build a strong therapeutic relationship through demonstrated empathy and trust to help a person to gain perspective in their lives, help them learn to solve problems, build the motivation to act on their decisions and gain independence from the things which are burdensome. I value teaching people skills to lead lives that are more functional.
(503) 608-7803
Salem, Oregon 97301
Jean Vanlue, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salem
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LPC, LMFT
“Life is all about relationships! I seek to help others find the hope, healing, strength and grace needed to face the many challenges of life. My passion is assisting individuals, couples and families to increase in resilience, coping and stress management skills and in their abilities to encourage and appreciate themselves and one another.
(971) 205-7812
Salem, Oregon 97301
“My approach to the counseling process is very direct and combines skills obtained from years of practicing law as well as years of practicing psychotherapy.I will focus initially on building a therapeutic alliance from a broad mix of theoretical and sociocultural competencies including Native American, dialectical and existential perspectives. I provide specialized pain management, trauma treatment, dialectical behavioral therapy and co-occurring disorder therapy for both mental health and addiction issues including eating disorders. I work with all populations specializing in work with teens, adults and families.
(503) 406-6806
Salem, Oregon 97302
“In over thirty-five years of practice I have worked with a variety of clients and a wide range of issues; my current focus is individual psychotherapy with adults and teens, along with marital and family work. Methods used include solution focused, narrative and cognitive techniques, and I have training and experience working with mindfulness and emotion focused therapy and some background in psychodynamic formulations.
(503) 728-6662
Salem, Oregon 97301
Carol Hendrix, Psychologist  in Salem
“In my practice I strive to create a positive, safe, supportive environment to help people cope with the stressors they face in life, and to provide information and proven techniques that assist them in using their strengths and developing skills to overcome life challenges. I have practiced as a psychologist for 15 years and for four years prior to that as a mental health EAP therapist.
(503) 585-3644
Salem, Oregon 97301
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Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT
“I am a bilingual therapist and I'm excited to work with individuals, families, and couples who are in search of a positive change in their life. In addition, I also enjoy working with parents that are mandated to have therapeutic supervised visits with your children.
(503) 894-5963
Salem, Oregon 97301
Jack Fischer Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
“Having been a therapist for almost 40 years, I sometimes liken my therapy style to an old pair of shoes, easy to slip into and comfortable to wear. Due to the length of my clinical experience I am able to recognize quickly, familiar themes in my clients' lives, enabling us to move quickly into the work of therapy. I have seen clients easily feel safe with me, allowing themselves to be open and vulnearable in an atmosphere of trust. I work with couples and individuals, both young and old. You are invited to contact me to discuss your concerns.
(503) 451-6167
Salem, Oregon 97301
Christine Boyington, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salem
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CADC
“It is hard to share your life story with just anyone, but be rest assured that you will be treated with the utmost respect in my care. My focus is strength based individual, couple, and family counseling. Through my training and counseling experiences I have developed tremendous engagement skills, and will be able to bring any reluctant individuals on board to work through the emotional crisis at hand. Having a trusting relationship with your counselor is one of the most important aspects of counseling effectiveness and something you can count on when working with me!
(971) 248-0997 x3
Salem, Oregon 97301
Donna C. Henderson, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
“interested in removing obstacles in the way of a more joyous and meaningful life? I'm here to help. I offer a strengths-based, collaborative and client-centered approach to finding solutions to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues. Drawing on (and trained in) a multitude of evidence-based styles and techniques, I work with adults, older adolescents, and couples (gay and straight) to help each client identify and achieve his or her personal therapy goals.
(503) 766-5661
Salem, Oregon 97302
David M Freed, Psychologist  in Salem
“The majority of my professional practice involves diagnostic evaluations and neuropsychological testing. The types of issues that I regularly address include brain injury, seizure disorders, dementia, mood disorders, ADHD, and learning disabilities. Due to my experience with a wide variety of clients, I am often asked to provide a diagnosis as well as recommendations for ongoing treatment. When I see an individual for therapy, it is usually related to their adjustment to a disability and ongoing therapeutic guidance.
(503) 567-2380
Salem, Oregon 97302
“I am dedicated to providing services that provide my clients with individualized treatment that is based on their unique situations and preferences. I Have an interactional style and strive to provide a balance between listening, understanding and feedback. I enjoy teaching new ways to deal with stress, anxiety and depression!
(503) 405-8695
Salem, Oregon 97302
Heather Ruddell, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Salem
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Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT
“I believe in the ability for people to become socially, emotionally, relationally, and spiritually well when given a safe place to work on personal goals. I work with couples to build a deeper bond that is better prepared to withstand the demands of life. I help families understand how each person affects the other and how these automatic patterns can be upgraded. I also work with individuals seeking to conquer issues from the past or present. Together, we can explore the past in order to bring healing and a renewed sense of understanding and purpose to the present.
(503) 444-8845
Salem, Oregon 97301
“NEW PERSPECTIVES CENTER for Counseling and Therapy, LLC is an outpatient behavioral health facility with a multi-disciplinary team of therapists and psychiatric nurse practioners who provide comprehensive services to CHILDREN,ADOLESCENTS,ADULTS, and SENIORS. Working in an atmosphere of safety and acceptance, individuals, couples, families and groups are encouraged to explore and confront the issues affecting their lives. We are licensed by the state of Oregon for both mental health and addiction services. We are covered by most insurance plans and have therapists/nurses on most managed care panels.
(503) 446-5085
Salem, Oregon 97301
Kris L Rieck  in Salem
“Hi. I am here to offer you a chance to be seen and heard for who you really are, as well as who you want to be. Change is possible, and I look forward to working closely with you as you create the life you want. My practice is solution focused, drawing from eclectic sources to customize treatment goals. I offer career counseling. I also utilize art, journals, Gottman techniques, & music as I believe that creative expression says what words sometimes cannot.
(503) 505-9161
Salem, Oregon 97301
Mary Ann Fahlstrom, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salem
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, AT
“I am committed to providing respect, compassion, understanding, honest feedback, structure and openness to each of my clients in order to provide the optimum conditions for you to achieve your desired outcomes. I believe that life is a journey which is unique for each person. Psychotherapy can be an important tool in helping an individual or family discover their natural ability to heal, to love and to grow.
(503) 298-6609
Salem, Oregon 97301
Hope Whisperer Christian Counseling, LLC  in Salem
“I am Marcie Walker, the Hope Whisperer. In a safe, warm, and supportive environment, I will honor the words you share with me, and travel your journey with you. I have personal experience in therapeutic work with adults and families, as well as working with students at all grade levels: elementary, middle, high, and college ages. I have 23 years experience working with the special needs population. Preventing bullying is my passion, so it is no wonder that, for the past twenty years as staff and student, I have advocated for many who were bullied and treated unfairly.
(503) 438-4354
Salem, Oregon 97301
Willamette Valley Mental Health, LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salem
“WVMH is a private practice led by Gaedin Keller, a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. I am also a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse counselor. I provide counseling services using a systems approach in offering patient-centered, brief solution-focused, psychoanalytic and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Services are provided in a safe, culturally sensitive and collaborative atmosphere. I will work with you to create an individualized treatment care plan focused on improving your overall mental health.
(971) 302-2421
Salem, Oregon 97301
Lisa Bitikofer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I offer compassionate, safe counseling for Individuals, Couples, and Families. I work with children from the ages of 2 and up. I also work with adolescents and adults. I have experience working with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, family conflicts, self-esteem, parenting, and post-traumatic stress. I specialize in sexual abuse and domestic violence traumas. I come from a strong background in early childhood education, psychology, and social work. I believe in the safety and nurturing of children, hold the family in high regard, and empower individuals through challenge and change.
(503) 910-4011
Salem, Oregon 97302
Lucas Pitman  in Salem
“Do you need a listening ear and a place to process what is going on in your life? I am ready and willing to help you get the keys that you need to unlock the doors to a better life. Whether you are depressed, anxious or trying to make sense of difficult past events, We will work together to find solutions in a safe, welcoming environment.
(971) 703-5221
Salem, Oregon 97301

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