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Therapists in Multnomah County

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.
(503) 616-2042
Portland, Oregon 97214
Shellmire Unlimited, P.C., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
“I am the founder and developer of Shellmire Unlimited, P.C. a culturally specific mental health and healing counseling center. Also, I am the center's Director of Rehabilitation and the Clinical Director of the Counseling and Community Development Program. I specialize in cultural specific individual, couples, marriage, and family and the community mental health at the Masters level (MSW from Portland State University, GSSW). My education and training has prepared me to supervise student interns, prelicensure and postlicensure counselors as well. I am Licensed in Oregon and Registered in Washington.
(503) 438-4160
Portland, Oregon 97217
Stephanie Spak, Counselor  in Portland
“I help people with relationship problems, depression, anxiety, grief, addictions, spiritual concerns and difficult life transitions. I have experience working with people who have substance use problems connected with depression and anxiety. I am trained in Emotionally-Focused Therapy for Couples, a well-researched and effective approach to couples therapy. Couples learn how to recognize their ineffective patterns, become more connected and work towards breaking the negative cycles. The goal is to learn how to interact more effectively, feel more secure and loving, and deepen the relationship bond.
(503) 452-0240
Portland, Oregon 97219
Anne W Bryant, Counselor  in Portland
“Do you long to make some changes in your life but don't know how to begin? Counseling can help you change your perspective, which can improve how you feel. I help individuals and couples cope more effectively with negative thoughts and feelings. Imagine how it would be if you could achieve greater balance in your life, find a direction or purpose, and create or improve relationships. My training and experience includes methods to help you become more in contact with your truest self, by learning to notice, without judgment,what your body, mind and heart are saying.
(503) 446-6227
Portland, Oregon 97201
Cindy Brodner, Counselor  in Portland
“Has the frantic pace of modern life and multiple demands on your time and energy left you feeling stressed out and stretched to your limits, struggling with troubled relationships, anxiety, depression or illness? Therapy is a safe place where you can take the time you need and we can sort out painful experiences and difficult situations together, often bringing new insight and relief in only a few sessions. In my 20 years of experience I have helped couples generate intimacy and compassion and both young and old resolve long-standing issues to create a more satisfying life.
(503) 967-3028
Portland, Oregon 97214
Leslie Clements, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Gresham
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Leslie Clements is a licensed clinical social worker, who has been a mental health professional for nearly 10 years. She works from a strengths-based perspective and walks a partnered journey with her clients as they work to achieve their mental health goals. She believes that life presents all people with challenges and at certain times we can all benefit from a therapeutic relationship in our life. With a caring open mind, Leslie works with her clients to undo maladaptive coping patterns and to work towards their own definition of health and happiness.
(503) 465-5439
Gresham, Oregon 97030
Earlyn Smith, Counselor  in Portland
“In my thirty years in this work, I have found that all clients have the capability to grow and change, but often life experiences have discouraged them from seeing their own potential. I offer a practically optimistic approach to the issues that trouble clients. Problems may be specific, calling for assessment, making choices, and learning new skills, or they may be more existential in nature, calling for greater self-understanding and acceptance. I act as guide, and as a caring witness to clients' steps toward their goals.
(503) 427-9036
Portland, Oregon 97227
Sarah Gregory, Counselor  in Portland
“I have been working with a variety of clients from all walks of life, and fully believe that healing and growth are possible in each person's journey. I have experience working with those struggling with eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues, to name a few. I utilize an integrated, holistic approach and believe that in doing so, we are able to incorporate the whole person, rather than treating a symptom. I love working with couples, both in pre-marital counseling as well as within the marital relationship.
(503) 766-5514
Portland, Oregon 97214
Grace Thornton  in Portland
“I became a therapist to help people recover from the traumas they have suffered in a world riddled with abuse. I want to share hope, like someone once did for me and lead others to a more full life when it seems impossible. If you're looking at this now, chances are you're in a really difficult space and looking for answers. I hope that we can meet and figure out your unique answers together, rewrite the story of you so that you can build the life you want.
(503) 343-9045
Portland, Oregon 97214
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.
(503) 451-6710
Portland, Oregon 97205
Gerald I Fogel, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“As a psychotherapist and psychoanalyst with over thirty years experience, I provide flexible, in-depth talk therapy for a wide range of issues. I can help you with painful feelings and conflicts, depression and anxiety, self esteem and identity problems, sexual and gender issues, and difficulty making choices or getting enough out of life. Working together, we can improve your relationships, your understanding of yourself, and difficulties letting go of past patterns and traumas. You may discover hidden potentials for love and work, creativity and play.
(503) 446-5092
Portland, Oregon 97210
Kathleen Coleman, Counselor  in Portland
“There are many reasons to engage in counseling. Whether it is a conscious decision to try to resolve difficult life circumstances, attend to emotional distress or improve self-exploration and healing. Seeking support is a sign of courage, and the first step towards positive change. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I work to provide emotional and practical support to children, adolescents, adults and families as they strengthen their understanding of themselves, their relationships, and their environments.
(503) 213-4037
Portland, Oregon 97214
Ava M. Stone, PhD, PC, Psychologist  in Portland
“I offer respectful therapy relationships that emphasize choice, safety and personal change. I respect your life history which provides the context for understanding your gifts and challenges, such as depression, anxiety and/or struggle with relationships. I will invest a good deal of care and effort, and expect you will do the same. Your input is valued and useful in planning our work and between-session assignments. We will work to create an opportunity to bring forth your best self. I will be a genuine person with you. My guiding purpose is doing that which is in your best interest.
(503) 451-6079
Portland, Oregon 97214
Laura Gonce, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you anxious, depressed, having relationship issues? Are you going through a loss or life transition? Are you seeking more meaning in your life? Would you like someone who understands these issues, is honest and caring in the context of helping you move forward? Do you desire someone who has done their own emotional work & will honor your struggle while helping? Do you want to feel valued, safe and understood? Do you need someone to push you a bit into what you know you can do? Is it important someone listens and builds trust with you? Should someone see your strengths & potential solutions? Is spirituality an important aspect of your life? I bring a holistic approach, both practical & spiritual which includes emotions, thoughts, behavior. I utilize a variety of techniques. I offer the healing relationship described above. I can help you live more deeply and fully. Our "problems" can be guides that lead to greater health & a richer life.
(503) 567-6835
Portland, Oregon 97209
Christine E Howard, Psychologist  in Portland
“Have you ever wondered why one day you feel enthusiastic, clear, ready to follow your dreams...then the next day, you wake up feeling empty, confused, and full of self-doubt? You remember feeling more motivated and enthusiastic, but you just can't access it. Maybe you feel hopeless that anything can change. Likely, you have tried a number of things to help yourself feel better. Maybe these prior efforts have led to temporary relief, but not to more lasting, holistic changes. I can help! My therapeutic goal is to help you find ways to live a happier, more satisfying life.
(503) 610-5076
Portland, Oregon 97210
Kathy Zimmerman, Counselor  in Portland
“Working with those who struggle in the areas of relationship, self-esteem, depression and anxiety. Often times this is the result of some type of unprocessed life event or trauma that may include dysfunctional families, sex abuse, abandonment, grief, loss, shame, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Bipolar Disorder,or other disorders. My purpose as a counselor is to provide a safe place where together we will explore your conscious and unconscious awareness. I believe this may provide insight into the areas of life where you may be having difficulty. Let me help you find happiness and overall well being. -Kathy
(503) 833-2652
Portland, Oregon 97230
Walt Emery, Licensed Professional Counselor, Counselor  in Portland
“I am a licensed professional counselor for individuals, couples, and groups. My work is to meet every client where they are in the present moment. This is initially accomplished through offering you my abilities as an empathic and nonjudgmental listener. When sufficient trust and strength have been established I offer various exercises to increase personal experience of empowerment. Through our time together my aim is to maintain a safe place to effectively offer solution focused counsel. I validate each client and collaborate toward establishing integrative solutionsin regard to relationships, communication, mood management, anxiety, phobias, stress management, grief, trauma, life adjustments, weight loss, sexuality, and profession.
(971) 599-2477
Portland, Oregon 97214
Jean K Shirkoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, BCD, ACSW
“I believe it is important for all people to know solidly within themselves that they have value and to feel successful in their relationships. I have over twenty years of experience helping people. My orientation is attachment based and I work with individuals, couples and families.
(503) 610-2025
Portland, Oregon 97209
Zadora Williams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CSWA, QMHP
“Hi and welcome, please give yourself some praise for having the courage reach out for additional support and taking the first step on your journey to become the best you that you can be and live a more fulfilling life. My counseling philosophy honors the strengths you have, and I understand you have ability and desire to be well and succeed. By providing a client centered and strength based approach I will be able to identify your strengths and provide therapeutic interventions that are specific to your individual needs. My goal is to assist you with unlocking your potential leading to a brighter future.
(971) 801-7004
Portland, Oregon 97217
Glenn Goldman, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, LPC
“Life's difficulties provide us with an opportunity for healing and personal growth. My counseling practice helps people take advantage of these opportunities by encouraging self-knowledge and understanding. Whether you are struggling with new, unexpected pain or you want to work on a long-standing issue, I can provide you with the professional guidance to help you through grief and loss, anxiety and worry, depression, destructive anger patterns, addictive behaviors, relationship problems, family of origin issues, childhood sexual abuse, sexual identity issues, recovery from harmful religious indoctrination, and spiritual struggles.
(971) 832-9952
Portland, Oregon 97214

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Multnomah County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Multnomah County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Multnomah County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Multnomah County or family therapy in Multnomah County.

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.