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Pastoral Counselor Therapists in Multnomah County

Michael D. Wade, Pastoral Counselor  in Portland
Pastoral Counselor, PhD
“Forty years of full-time counseling practice within 25 different cultures, working cross-culturally for six years in Eastern Europe and Asia, provides you with an experienced counselor. My training in pastoral counseling allows me to understand spiritual and religious beliefs and factor those beliefs into the counseling process. My undergraduate and early graduate work is in Religion at Pepperdine University and I am an ordained minister. I also hold a current masters degree and a doctorate in psychology. Academics, spiritual appreciation and cultural sensitivity support a long history of helping clients reach their goals.
Pastoral Counselor
(503) 967-4078
Portland, Oregon 97266
Danette A Buchanan, Pastoral Counselor  in Portland
“As a pastoral counselor, I want to minimize pain in people's lives and maximize each person's God-given beauty. I anticipate every client session as an opportunity to welcome God's Presence into the counseling room to provide His comfort to those in sorrow or pain. At the same time, I am equipped to address emotional and psychoIogical issues as a Licensed Professional Counselor by encouraging change talk and explore what real change would look like for them. I use scripture, art and music, use stories, metaphors, imaging and meditation exercises as well.
Pastoral Counselor
(410) 695-4355
Portland, Oregon 97209
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Goode Counseling, Counselor  in Portland
“I want to assist you in reaching your goals! I respectfully meet you where you are, and offer tools, guidance and support. I work with a variety of issues. My specialty is working with adults who are affected by another person's addictions and Adult Children of Alcoholics.
(503) 567-1749
Portland, Oregon 97227
Carolyn M Kreitz  in Portland
“I work with individuals and groups addressing career and personal concerns. Examples of why clients see me are: Changing jobs; Identifying career path; Grief and loss; Relationship concerns; Workplace problems; Stress management; Life transitions (eg. marriage, divorce, empty nest, death, aging); Anxiety and Depression. Counseling is a collaborative process for client and counselor to work on areas of dissatisfaction in the client's life, utilizing focused goal setting and results oriented strategies and tools to accomplish client goals. Together we work to enhance client self-confidence, performance and enjoyment in living life.
(503) 766-4216
Portland, Oregon 97239
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
Slavica Kojadinovic, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Engaging in therapy is a life-alterning experience. It can be energizing and fun at times, difficult at others, and it requires commitment to accepting your emotional self and all experiences that come with that work. My approach to healing is holistic & integrative. Our mind is not just our brain, our heart, or our body - it is all of these. Our mind is our subjective experience of our own vulnerabilities. "Feeling felt" and heard by your therapist is fundamental to recognizing, honoring, and supporting your vulnerabilities.
(503) 706-0372
Portland, Oregon 97212
Elisa Rudd, Psychologist  in Portland
“I believe we strive to grow, but may encounter experiences which discourage our progression. I'm your ally. Together we'll develop your plan to overcome these obstacles, rid yourself of unhealthy beliefs, and help you be free to pursue your goals, reach your potential, or get better. I work with students, women, career-minded, or LGBT individuals using assessments, Control/Mastery, or brief solution-focused therapy whatever your needs. With 12+ years' experience I've worked with individuals and groups from various religions, cultures, ethnicities, genders, abilities, and sexual orientations.
(503) 683-7180
Portland, Oregon 97205
Charlotte Redway, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you feel frustrated by something going on in your life? Feeling like you need someone to talk to? Together we can look at these things. I come to this work from a place of absolute respect for those who approach me, not only because I can relate to the courage it takes to share your stories with another person, but because I know that life can throw you some hard situations. Successful therapy is built on a genuine and engaging relationship and this is what I strive for in every interaction.
(503) 476-9958
Portland, Oregon 97232
Heidi E Savell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, I
“As a therapist I work with people experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship problems, pain issues, and addiction, as well as those struggling to adjust to a loss or major life change. I've also worked with couples and families dealing with addiction, mental health concerns, and infidelity. Clients have shared that I am warm, accepting, helpful, and direct. I will work with you at your pace to help you identify and reconnect with the things most important to you, while also supporting you in letting go of whatever may be getting in the way of feeling better.
(503) 505-9348
Portland, Oregon 97232
Pearl Waldorf, Counselor  in Portland
“Good therapy is empowering. And a good therapist gives you tools to create change and encouragement for the journey. What if your struggles have nothing to do with perceived personality flaws? New understanding of how your brain and nervous system respond under stress and getting a clearer picture of what's happening in your physiology can offer relief. Opening up to a new paradigm around the overwhelming emotions and body tension, the impulsivity or indecisiveness, the incessant inner criticism and feelings of isolation can be a powerful first step towards the changes you want to make in your life.
(971) 264-7596
Portland, Oregon 97214
Ronda Lois Gallawa  in Portland
“Life can be difficult and painful for us all. If you're struggling with anxiety or depression, or you're simply feeling run down by the complexities of life, I can help you. My therapeutic approach is very direct. Therapy with me can feel intense but my clients often tell me that they needed the push I gave them. Too often, people go to counselors who are very nice, but who don't have the courage to challenge people in a compassionate but direct way. If you are ready for a wonderful life change, please contact me.
(503) 728-6661
Portland, Oregon 97202
Erin Canavan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) with over ten years of experience working with individuals, children, and families. I use warmth, compassion, behavioral interventions, and straightforward feedback to support my clients toward achieving their personal goals and feeling better as quickly as possible. In our work together, you can expect me to respect your beliefs, collaborate with you on your goals, and to recognize and build upon your strengths. I view the therapeutic relationship - your sense of being understood - to be crucial to the success of therapy, and welcome client feedback throughout the counseling process.
(503) 298-4790
Portland, Oregon 97232
K. Emilei Kim, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“I help adults understand and change long-standing patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that cause them to feel stuck in their professional, personal and/or family life. Feelings of anxiety or depression can arise from, or at least are made worse by, underlying issues that have never been explored or addressed. I believe that understanding and working through these issues allow a greater freedom from the past and help people to live more fully.
(503) 336-9974
Portland, Oregon 97239
Sarah A. Cohen, Counselor  in Portland
“I am committed to providing a safe, honest and compassionate environment in which you can gain insight into your experiences and connect to a deeper sense of Self. In a journey toward growth and healing, I assist my clients in raising awareness of unconscious processes and how they impact our relationships, as well as our abilities to cope and care for ourselves. If you find yourself struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, or feel stuck in a pattern you can't seem to change- you are not alone- and therapy may be a helpful option.
(503) 476-3236
Portland, Oregon 97239
Rebecca Francesconi, Counselor  in Portland
“I believe that every person, no matter the age, has a story to tell about their lives and it takes a tremendous amount of courage to begin to share this story. As your therapist, my hope is to help you find your voice, speak your truth, begin the healing process and ultimately feel a sense of personal accomplishment along the way. I seek to provide you with clarity of thought and peace of mind and heart.
(503) 379-9529
Portland, Oregon 97205
Norma Schell, LPC, NCC, MHC, Counselor  in Portland
“Our work, can help you feel better, increase self understanding and improve communication skills. I respect the courage required for real change to occur. Most clients wish for more in life. In moving beyond painful emotions and experiences toward an authentic life opens us to peace, love, joy and purpose. I honor the deep wisdom in humankind as expressed through experiences, symptoms, feelings, emotions, dreams, images and daydreams. I believe these offer guidance toward finding the person we were born to be. Also to facilitate appointments I offer evening appointments.
(503) 406-6363
Portland, Oregon 97205
Luke Dowling  in Portland
“In therapy with me, you can expect a respectful environment that is efficiently focused on what you want to achieve. My only goal is to make your life better. I will take the time to get to know you and together we can work toward real solutions so that you can create a happier life.
(503) 894-5567
Portland, Oregon 97202
Sarah Hoagland, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you unable to make long-lasting changes in your life? Do you suffer from low self-esteem, relationship difficulties or job dissatisfaction? Do you get stuck repeating the same negative patterns? If you answer yes to any of these questions, I believe I can help. I am committed to helping you make the changes you want to see in your life. I will help you get to the root of your problems, not simply treat your symptoms. This happens best in the safety of a trusted therapeutic alliance where we will work together to help you find deeper satisfaction and greater self-acceptance.
(503) 610-5526
Portland, Oregon 97205
Carol S Jones, Psychologist  in Portland
“My practice provides psychological services for adults and couples. My practice has developed out of a special concern for assisting individuals and their families understand their total psychological experience, including the significance of unconscious emotional processes, which greatly affect psychological well being. Psychotherapy helps individuals and couples learn to use their internal and external resources to their fullest potential. Psychotherapy also encourages and supports healthy emotional development by helping individuals and couples understand and utilize their emotional experiences.
(503) 288-6066
Portland, Oregon 97217
Meg Jeske, Counselor  in Portland
“I am committed to creating an environment where you will be heard and respected as you move through the work of self-discovery and changing life patterns. My work with clients often explores how relationships of all kinds inform, entangle and enhance their lives. Your need for counseling may involve gender transition, adoption, coming out, hormones, parenting, sexuality, depression and or anxiety. Whatever your focus, we'll work together to get you through the stuck places with grace and integrity.
(503) 567-5649
Portland, Oregon 97232
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Pastoral Counselor Therapists
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Therapists in Multnomah County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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