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Therapists in Multnomah County

Chuck Moshontz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am relocating to Portland, Oregon and will open a practice in Portland after January 1, 2015. My phone number will remain the same. I have a broad range of experience in treating issues ranging from depression and anxiety to life stresses such as problematic relationships with friends, families, or partners; job difficulties, lack of social support and loneliness, substance abuse, and life transition issues such as the empty nest, aging, illness, care-taking of elderly relatives, and even fundamental questions about identity, death, and the meaning of life.
(424) 625-2791
Portland, Oregon 97206
Sarah Voruz  in Portland
“I believe great change can occur within a trusting therapeutic relationship, and I strive to create a safe space for my clients to explore themselves and confront the barriers to making changes in their lives. We all have an innate capacity for growth and healing, but we often encounter situations in our lives where we get derailed from this. I get my clients get back on track by helping them become aware of the ways they stop themselves from getting what they want and need. Awareness creates personal power and gives people more choices in their lives.
(971) 302-2519
Portland, Oregon 97210
Heather Schwartz, Psychologist  in Portland
“You know that feeling when you're in flow, with people who truly know and appreciate you? Isn't it amazing? What makes a good life? You could say that a good life is when you're meaningfully engaged. You're doing what you love, and, in turn, making the world a better place. Welcome! I specialize in helping kind and expressive people heal from the past, listen to themselves, and live with integrity. I'm an active and engaged therapist who genuinely cares about the people I come to know.
(503) 680-7333
Portland, Oregon 97214
Rita Soman, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Troutdale
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, CADCIII
“I specialize in helping my clients find and change beliefs associated with the problem in hand at the Subconscious level of the mind. My clients come from different walks of life.
(503) 444-9826
Troutdale, Oregon 97060
Michael Sean Stanley, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“UNFORTUNATELY CANNOT CURRENTLY ACCEPT NEW PATIENTS. Brains and bodies react to these challenges in different ways - sometimes through anxiety or depression. In my private practice I treat patients suffering from anxiety, depression, and relationship problems via a modern psychodynamically-informed psychotherapy and, at times, medications. I approach my therapeutic work in an engaged, playful collaboration with clients, to mine their history, explore their present, to understand their biology, their implicit psychological patterns of relating to others, and to experiment with other patterns of being both in the office and beyond - a process that many have found both exciting and fulfilling.
(503) 343-9346
Portland, Oregon 97214
Jane Larson, Psychologist  in Portland
“Let's face it- deciding to seek therapy often feels pretty scary. It takes courage, and sometimes desperation, to walk into this unfamiliar relationship. Navigating life's losses and transitions is one of our most challenging tasks, and sometimes we need some help steering the boat. I enjoy working with individuals and couples who are ready to explore their inner world of experience and outer world in relationship with others. As a former nurse, I also enjoy working with clients who are navigating the losses of aging and chronic illness.
(503) 877-1568
Portland, Oregon 97212
Jarusha C Kutz, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
“Integrative mental health is my passion. I value your input in tailoring treatment, whether it be medication management with therapy, or therapy alone. If you like, I will integrate treatment with your other practitioners. I am a holistic clinician, and I want to support all your treatment options, including those that involve naturopathic and alternative approaches.
(503) 343-9806
Portland, Oregon 97205
Jaimie Doig, Counselor  in Portland
“Do you have a heaviness in your chest that is holding you down? Do you want to break free from that feeling? Sometimes people don't want to talk about depression because they might feel that there is no hope. I'm here to tell you that there is hope. I'm not going to lie, there is no quick fix, but there are tools that I have a lot of experience working with people to overcome their depression as well as anxiety and trauma. I believe that if we work together, something will change for the better.
(503) 382-7444
Portland, Oregon 97214
Hayden Collier, Counselor  in Portland
“I am a Nationally Certified Counselor and Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor I. I have extensive experience working with at-risk and troubled youth as well as with families and adults. My approach to counseling is to create a safe environment to facilitate healthy change and enhance well being. I believe in the inherent good and potential in each individual. My main techniques are Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Person Centered/Humanistic, Existential, and Solution Focused. Lets start creating change today!
(971) 252-3206
Portland, Oregon 97219
Judy E Zehr, Counselor  in Portland
“How can we grow and become more happy, healthy, loving and satisfied? This question has always fascinated me. Although there's no prescription that works for everyone, there are tools and skills you can learn that can make a huge difference in your well being. I like to create a supportive environment for you to gain awareness and build the skills you need for health, joy, balance and connection. I am trained in many techniques: Emotional Brain Training, Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Solution Focused Therapy, ACT and others. Let's find the tools that work for you.
(503) 925-3805
Portland, Oregon 97239
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.
(503) 567-1541
Portland, Oregon 97212
Sandra C Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“I enjoy working with clients who are interested in gaining insight into their presenting problems and working collaboratively with me. I work with many individual lesbians, as well as lesbian and heterosexual couples.
(503) 444-9703
Portland, Oregon 97209
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
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 97212
Halina Kowalski  in Portland
“With Mindful Trails Counseling, my mission is help people discover and re-discover a more present and heart-guided experience on the trails of our lives, allowing for vitality and joy to replace the fears, suffering and anxieties that often lead us off our path. I primarily work with individuals and couples where there is suffering in trauma/PTSD, grief/bereavement and loss, spiritual struggle, life transition or relationship difficulty. My work encompasses mindful, somatic and experiential approaches to healing including the opportunity to participate in equine-assisted psychotherapy (EAP) where clients engage with horses experientially in the therapy process.
(503) 476-3995
Portland, Oregon 97210
Sherri Holman, Counselor  in Portland
“A collaborative and accepting atmosphere promotes self-understanding and facilitates each client's ability to live in the most satisfying way possible. Together, we can explore areas of strength and identify solutions to barriers impeding personal peace and fulfillment, thereby improving relationships and overall quality of life. I have treatment experience in many areas, including depression, anxiety disorders, abuse and trauma resolution, relationships, life change and midlife issues. I use an interactive style and respect the life experience and world view of every individual.
(503) 446-6153
Portland, Oregon 97215
Deanne Warner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Troutdale
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My area of specialty is working with adolescents and their families, though I also do counseling for depression and adjustment and transition issues. I am a blind person who has experienced some of the difficulties with loss of sight, and I feel I am able to assist the newly blind and their families through this process. I believe that we all carry within us an innate power to heal. What we lack, sometimes, are the tools we need to open the gate to our particular path.
(503) 512-6950
Troutdale, Oregon 97060
Tracy L Lewis  in Portland
“My clients are people who want more peace, more joy, and intimate connection in their lives. People who have struggled in their lives and relationships are the people I feel called to help. Many of my clients have an abuse history, or were raised in alcoholic homes where boundaries, roles, and safety were confusing or even frightening. As a result they find themselves feeling lost, anxious, resentful, and isolated, even with the people they love most. Experiencing the safety of being deeply known and loved is their greatest longing, and my greatest joy to help them attain.
(503) 444-9719
Portland, Oregon 97215
Robert Socherman, Psychologist  in Portland
“I think of my approach to helping people as a collaborative and educational one. Most people who come in for therapy are wanting to make a change in their lives but are struggling in some manor. I feel that the best way to implement change is through one's thoughts (cognitions), feelings, and behaviors-this kind of approach is known as Cognitive-Behavioral therapy (CBT). A person needs to welcome the challenges and opportunities in his or her life with a clear and calm mind - These are the cognitive and behavioral aspects of CBT.
(503) 218-3970
Portland, Oregon 97227
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

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?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Multnomah County, Oregon, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

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.