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Therapists in Multnomah County

Beth Ann Short, Art Therapist  in Portland
“We all experiences transitions in life. Sometimes these transitions are welcome and exciting, others tragic and containing grief. I am trained to support you and your modern family in navigating these transitions. I will provide you with active problem solving tools that will help you achieve long term balance and fulfillment in relationships. The art you will create is a safe holding space or a "transitional object" for your process.
(971) 259-8939
Portland, Oregon 97214
Jennifer Shay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW, MSW
“Welcome. Knowing what we value, need and want is a process that occurs throughout our lifetime. As a therapist and gerontologist (the study of aging throughout the lifespan), I collaborate with my clients in their efforts to recognize current needs, design long term goals and integrate and make meaning of their past.
(503) 622-8180
Portland, Oregon 97202
John G Wadsworth, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been a therapist for thirty years and work with individuals, couples, families, and children. I work with people who have a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and parenting problems. My style is supportive and direct. I work in partnership with my clients to get to the root cause of their problems. I have been highly trained in a wide variety of clinical modalities that have been proven effective in helping people overcome their problems and accomplish their goals. The therapeutic relationship and approach I use is tailored to your specific needs and situation.
(503) 567-5034
Portland, Oregon 97239
Sara Penner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker specializing in working with children and families on issues ranging from: trauma, anxiety, depression, emotional regulation, self esteem, family changes, adoption, ADHD and grief and loss. I am comfortable providing individual and/or family treatment and will work with you to determine the best option given your own treatment goals and needs.
(503) 985-6909
Portland, Oregon 97239
Lauren Loos, Counselor  in Portland
“At the heart of every client lies truth and infinite potential. That is why I love my job. Spirited Quest Counseling was born out of the conviction that when an individual sets an intention to heal, they and those around them are transformed. I provide individual, group and couples counseling that promotes healing, well-being, self-awareness and empowerment along with the endurance, courage and skills to move from a life of survival to one of thriving. I specialize in treating clients impacted by the effects of trauma, spiritual struggle, depression, anxiety and autism spectrum disorders.
(503) 664-4271
Portland, Oregon 97205
Dave R Gallison, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you ready to reach your fullest professional and personal potential? I'm Dave Gallison, Career Consultant and Licensed Professional Counselor, and I developed Gallison Consulting & Career Counseling for people like you. Whether you need to choose, change, or advance your career, I have solutions tailored to your stage of career development. With over fifteen years experience in career counseling, job search consulting, and executive coaching, I offer job seekers proven strategies and insights on all aspects of career management. If you are looking for insightful, resourceful, and compassionate career development counseling, you've come to the right place.
(503) 822-6546
Portland, Oregon 97239
Mark G. Dillon, Psychologist  in Portland
“I focus primarily on the assessment and diagnosis of problems related to attention and memory (for example, ADHD) and related problems (for example anxiety and depression). Clients that are interested in getting accommodations at work or school often use my services. Other clients use the reports to help guide medical treatment (for example, helping a provider to assess for the appropriateness of medication and/or behavioral therapy for treatment of ADHD).
(503) 877-1847
Portland, Oregon 97212
Maggie Steele,   in Portland
“As a Life Coach, I work with teens and young adults (ages 14-24), helping them gain clarity about who they are, how they learn and what they want. The work I do is meant for clients who are struggling with low self-esteem, lack motivation or are having difficulties at school. Coaching is extremely effective in supporting young clients to take significant steps toward the person they want to be and the life they want to live. Each coaching session is tailored to the individual and can be conducted in person, over the phone or via Skype.
(503) 822-6124
Portland, Oregon 97214
Courtney Alison Woodward, Counselor  in Portland
“Troubles communicating? Want more from your life and relationships? Feeling stuck? I have over 15 years experience working with individual adults, couples, parents and adolescents to find their way to better communication, decrease feelings of sadness, loss, anger, and anxiety, and improve their relationships. I help you find understanding, insight, and awareness.
(971) 264-2460
Portland, Oregon 97213
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
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
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
Niaz Larsen, Counselor  in Portland
“I practice counseling from a holistic biopsychosocial approach in order to provide the best care to my clients. I value integrative, evidenced based, holistic models of health and wellness that address mental health and addiction while integrating other facets such a nutrition, fitness, spirituality, mindfulness, ecology and physical health. Counseling sessions are tailored to meet the needs of each individual client.
(503) 406-6699
Portland, Oregon 97205
Carol C Hamilton, Psychologist  in Portland
“I hope to help reduce or eliminate the suffering that comes from trauma and life's many other challenges through compassionate and scientific psychotherapy. I have worked with children and adults since the 1970's in two careers: as a pediatric physician assistant, and later as a Clinical Psychologist. As tools in the therapy process, I bring in EMDR, Somatic Transformation, Somatic Experiencing, Hypnosis, Creative Arts Therapy, Sand Tray and much more, offering these skills in accordance with the wishes and healing preferences of the client. I vigorously pursue continuing education and enrich my practice on a continual basis.
(503) 420-0010
Portland, Oregon 97212
Amy Barrett Lindholm, Counselor  in Portland
“My passion is helping people navigate difficult experiences, and in the process assisting them to feel better, gain insight and attain greater fulfillment in their relationships and life pursuits. The issues I am best suited to treat are grief, loss, life transitions and dealing with illness. I also have experience working with depression anxiety, stress and issues related to wellness. As a therapist, my job is first to help clients identify and clarify what needs to change and then to assist them in making the adjustments that will lead to improved mental health and wellbeing.
(503) 563-7499
Portland, Oregon 97239
Judy Chambers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAS, MACFOC, MEd
“I am here to reflect the beauty of your true nature, especially if you are having trouble remembering it due to life's issues and traumas, the experience of being marginalized, the exhaustion that comes with serving others, or addiction, or illness-- whatever the cause. With 30 years' experience and as a therapist to many therapists, I love the privilege of sitting with you as you seek greater peace and effectiveness and move into your power and toward desired change. I can offer a variety of supports, from powerful energetic work for trauma to quiet inner processes, movement, or art.
(503) 505-9410
Portland, Oregon 97213
Jessica Carlin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Our answers lie within, although there are times when we need help uncovering them. Therapy is a powerful and transformative tool that supports this process. It is a collaboration between the therapist and the client. People come to therapy for different reasons, such as exploring thinking and relational patterns, emotional barriers, or to work on their core issues. When working with me, you are free to be yourself. My role is to respect and draw out your unique strengths and inner resources, and support you in reaching your fullest potential.
(503) 766-2286
Portland, Oregon 97214
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
Ryan D Kuehlthau, Psychologist  in Portland
“In most cases, our deepest wounds have relational origins. Despite our attempts to cope with these hurts, oftentimes the very solutions we seek become wounds of their own, patterns that draw us further from the sources of our suffering and leave us feeling hopeless and confused. As a psychoanalytic psychotherapist, my aim is to create a safe and confidential relationship where, in time, the hurt can be found and even transformed. Whether you are seeking a brief or more in-depth treatment, from the beginning we would work collaboratively on a treatment plan sensitive to your unique situation and goals.
(971) 407-1477
Portland, Oregon 97239
David Haven, Psychologist  in Portland
“There are moments in life when we need to sit in a safe place, knowing the person listening to us is concerned and has no agenda. At other times, a stressful event makes it clear that we need help sorting out a pattern we just don't understand. Sometimes, we think, "I don't need therapy; I just need to do x differently," but we don't make that change. These are reasons you might seek therapy.
(503) 298-6867
Portland, Oregon 97232

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.