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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 anticipate every client session as an opportunity to be a caring, healing presence for each person who has the courage to call. You will feel valued and respected in my office. Together we will explore the stresses in your life and seek solutions, coping strategies, and most importantly, ways to reduce your anxiety and "stuckness". You will learn to take your power back and not let life's difficulties keep you down!
Pastoral Counselor
(240) 297-7380
Portland, Oregon 97209
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Debbie Bensching, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW, MSWAC, CHT
“I guide individuals, couples, families in the counseling and coaching process to work through problems or to enhance performance in activities of daily living in work, relationships, recreation & professional settings. Problem areas include difficulties with relationships: marriage / domestic partner, parent-child, as well as divorce/ separation, parenting, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, anger, stress management, grief & loss, women's issues, infertility, habit disorders, addictions recovery: drugs, alcohol, food, sex; ACOA (adult children of alcoholics), family members effected by addiction, trauma: post traumatic stress, rape, abuse (physical, emotional, sexual), domestic violence and dissociative disorders. Having difficulties with sleep, relaxation, or under performing.
(503) 406-3624
Portland, Oregon 97205
Paige Beard, Counselor  in Portland
“Would you like to strengthen your relationships and improve communication in your family? Want to develop more effective approaches to parenting, and raise children who are resilient, cooperative and resourceful? Paige provides therapy to infants, toddlers, children and their families who struggle with behavioral issues, have experienced a loss or trauma, or need help developing social skills. Adults who want to parent differently than what they experienced but do not know how that may look or feel can benefit from individual or family therapy. Play therapy allows children to resolve issues and concerns through their natural mode of communcation; play.
(503) 567-4430
Portland, Oregon 97239
Verda Dew, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Each person deserves the benefit of thinking about life in a meaningful way with gentle guidance through counseling. I would be privileged to join you on this journey. As a therapist, I specialize in assisting people through challenging life moments. Using solution-focused techniques and empowerment methods, we’ll identify steps to resolve your personal challenges and reach your goals. I have more than 7 years experience working with individuals and families experiencing challenges with parenting, anxiety, depression, life transition, and addiction issues.
(503) 451-6049
Portland, Oregon 97232
Anna Lisa Couturier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADCI
“My approach to counseling is centered on building a relationship with youth and families, adults, and couples that is based on dignity and mutual respect. I attempt to create an atmosphere of cooperation and equality in counseling, based on the belief that clients are the experts on their own lives and experiences, and that this expertise can be utilized in the process of making change. I believe compassion and authenticity are essential to forging a strong therapeutic relationship.
(503) 953-6040
Portland, Oregon 97214
Andrea Lehman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life is full of change and transitions. Sometimes we feel stuck and are seeking change. Other times transition is brought upon us by life events. Change of any kind, whether joyous (cancer survivorship, birth of a child, retirement) or difficult (illness, job loss, trauma) can create distress and challenge our foundation, identity and sense of balance. I am best suited to work with people adjusting to new life situations, stuck in old patterns of behavior, coping with illness, struggling to move forward after illness or coping with loss. My therapy practice is interactive, engaging and empowering.
(503) 400-7571
Portland, Oregon 97202
Sandeep Kumar, Counselor  in Portland
“For the past six years, I have worked as a school counselor for a diverse urban population at several elementary schools within the San Francisco school district. I've treated clients with anxiety, PTSD, depression, anger management, ADD/ADHD, and many other challenges. I utilize a Cognitive-Behavioral model and blend several therapeutic and healing methods, including mindfulness and techniques derived from the martial art of Aikido, with which I have a decade of experience. I have created a comprehensive approach to helping children, adolescents, teens, and adults cope with and heal from the challenges that bring them to therapy.
(971) 269-2716
Portland, Oregon 97209
Pamela Scorgie  in Gresham
“My focus is to provide counseling to clients undergoing difficult transitions related to work stress or life balancing. I work with adults desiring to achieve an improved level of functioning and quality of life leading to self-actualization. My approach is strongly based on cognitive-behavioral techniques. Before becoming a counselor, I spent 25 years in Corporate America. Hence, I have a strong desire to help those with challenging work lives.
(503) 444-9491
Gresham, Oregon 97030
Steve Hohenboken, Counselor  in Portland
“As your counselor I am here to be a respectful, skilled, and supportive guide and to suggest useful approaches to help you address the things that are troubling you. I will help you explore possibilities, challenge you, and actively support you in your healthy growth. I believe in the importance of talk and reflection but also in taking action, when the time is right. I will help you to do that.
(503) 406-4910
Portland, Oregon 97232
Mollie C Clarke, Counselor  in Portland
“I focus on helping you develop a friendly, compassionate relationship to yourself as a foundation from which to make the changes you want in your life. Often people experience a particular problem, like finances or relationship problems, and then come down hard on themselves for having the problem - a double whammy. I draw on my 26 years in private practice and post-masters training to help work with you to design a counseling that respects and fits your needs and goals.
(503) 567-1671
Portland, Oregon 97214
Tamara Jesme, Psychologist  in Portland
“I believe that much of what we think, feel, and believe is outside of our immediate awareness. Much of the time we think our conscious mind is 'driving the bus' so to speak, yet it is our unconscious that grips the wheel and drives us down roads we have unwittingly been down many times before. We develop beliefs of the self, of others, and of the world in general based on experiences we have earlier in life, often outside of our current awareness. These unexamined beliefs can prevent us from experiencing ourself and others in a healthy and authentic manner.
(503) 487-0421
Portland, Oregon 97214
Reed Palmer, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, BS, QMHA, CADCI
“Healing from addiction. I assist teenagers and adults with addiction and substance misuse issues find a way to recover and lead a healthy, rewarding life. I offer a gentle, compassionate, non-judgmental approach to therapy.Most, if not all, people challenged by addiction are overwhelmed with deep feelings of shame, remorse, and failure. Many people have tried numerous ways to quit their damaging behaviors and are at a loss of where to go for help. I offer that help through a kind and insightful approach to therapy. I've helped people for 22 years, the last six as a substance abuse counselor.
(503) 374-9412
Portland, Oregon 97205
“I offer counseling using a combination of person-centered, existential, mindful, experiential, and humanistic approaches. Trusting in each person's unique pace and process, I am committed to meeting people where they are without judgment. My practice focuses on exploring right livelihood, parenting, partnering, aging, and other life transitions, and on navigating embodied experience from sexualities to wellness and illness to reproductive issues. I am excited to engage with you collaboratively and to support your personal journey of self-discovery.
(503) 427-9031
Portland, Oregon 97214
Tever D Nickerson, Counselor  in Portland
“I offer caring and compassionate counseling for individuals, couples, and families. I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues that may be impacting you, your relationships and your family. Whether it is depression and anxiety, parenting support, or resolution to interpersonal conflict, I strive to provide a comfortable and supportive environment for you to explore your concerns.
(503) 342-2156
Portland, Oregon 97202
Karmen E Galman, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
“I specialize in Major Depressive Disorder and Anxiety Disorders, but I treat a variety of other mental health disorders. I utilize a holistic approach for medication treatment plans, incorporating both traditional Western medicine and non-traditional approaches, tailoring treatments to your individual needs, as well as your philosophical beliefs whenever possible. My style is collaborative and education focused. I encourage your full participation and feedback in the decision making and treatment process. The therapy framework that I utilize is slightly eclectic, with strong influences of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and mindful-based cognitive therapy (MBCT).
(503) 379-9582
Portland, Oregon 97214
Julie Jeske, Counselor  in Portland
“Do you feel like something is missing from your sex life? Are you longing to re-spark your intimacy and/or sexuality? Would you like to repair or strengthen your relationship? Are you single and wanting to discover your potential for pleasure? I believe that people have the desire and capacity to heal and grow. I also believe that our quality of life is significantly impacted by our relationship with others. I help clients increase intimacy, passion, sexual satisfaction and pleasure so they can develop a deeper connection with self or others.
(503) 967-8031
Portland, Oregon 97232
Erin Beery, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in serving adolescent girls, youth and families, and the GLBTQ community on goals and issues relating to: trauma, anxiety, depression, self-harm, identity, transitioning, and grief and loss. I believe that therapy is a collaboration between therapist and client and there are a number of ways to navigate a problem and seek solutions. My therapeutic style is strengths-based and includes narrative therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and a solution-focused approach. I seek to advocate for my clients with warmth and humor in a non-judgmental setting.
(503) 487-0253
Portland, Oregon 97232
Dr. Mark T Sciarrino, Psychologist  in Portland
“We are all in a perpetual state of changing and growing throughout our lives; it is my belief that we may as well pay attention and guide our growth in a purposeful way. I truly believe that psychotherapy changes lives by creating opportunities for people to become who they should have been all along. By illuminating and examining your viewpoint in a very genuine and thoughtful manner, new perspectives arise naturally through the psychotherapeutic process. It is our job in therapy to together seize upon a new understanding and incorporate it into who you are becoming.
(773) 801-3972
Portland, Oregon 97232
Melissa Gayle Platt  in Portland
“As a specialist using evidence-based practices for those who have experienced interpersonal trauma, I have extensive training and experience in a wide range of therapy techniques including prolonged exposure, dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive processing therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. My practice is strongly grounded in self-compassion and mindfulness work, which, in my experience, can often be what makes the biggest difference.
(503) 925-5807 x18
Portland, Oregon 97227
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