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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! I have experience working with chronic mental illness, children and adolescents, couples counseling, family counseling, addictions and people with anxiety and depressive disorders.
Pastoral Counselor
(240) 297-7380
Portland, Oregon 97209
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Dani Nierenberg, Psychologist  in Portland
“As a licensed psychologist and board certified biofeedback practitioner I specialize in helping individuals change, grow, and heal in the context of their often complex lives. I serve as a consultant, an educator, or a coach working collaboratively, compassionately, directly and focused on what matters most to you. In my work with people with medical challenges, chronic pain, and difficult life circumstances I use an integrative approach that addresses both mind and body and focuses on wellness, health, and quality of life. I stay current with research, remain clinically flexible, and use approaches that are a good fit for you.
(503) 404-3869
Portland, Oregon 97219
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
Jacob Spilman, Counselor  in Portland
“I have worked in various parts of the mental health for over 18 years. I use a warm, humorous, common-sense, eclectic approach based on the particular problems my clients present: choosing the right relationship, pre-marital counseling, maintaining relationships, ending relationships, work place issues, coping with stress, co-dependency, Adult Child of Alcoholics, performance anxiety related to exams and dissertations, procrastination, writing blocks and end of life issues.
(503) 227-3187
Portland, Oregon 97205
Jacqueline Novet Lcsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you stressed out? Depressed? Do you experience chronic pain or health conditions, the aftermath of trauma, or anxiety? Could you benefit from comprehensive, non-stigmatizing support for feeling better? If so, you're far from alone... and support starts here!
(971) 717-3606
Portland, Oregon 97221
Bonnie B Comfort, Psychologist  in Portland
“For over 28 years I have worked with individual adults and couples, addressing emotional pain and distress. So often we operate on assumptions and conclusions we came to while very young, and we continue to make today's decisions based on information that is long outdated and yet still compelling. In the safety and privacy of a psychologist's office, the complexities of present relationships can be explored, and maladaptive ways of coping and relating can shift. Gaining insight into oneself allows for symptom relief, change and healing.
(503) 610-5673
Portland, Oregon 97205
Erika Tarjan, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT, CADCI
“We each have an innate ability to heal and with each crisis comes the opportunity for growth. We often come to therapy in a desperate state, confused, and needing to regain some semblance of control in our lives. It is in this delicate state that we are open to change, to take risks, and to make new authentic connections in ways we have not before. As we come to the crossroads, we are spiritually and psychologically open to the evolution of our true selves.
(971) 240-5153
Portland, Oregon 97202
Ruth Gibian, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Because our experiences are so often invalidated or trivialized, my therapeutic style is to collaborate with you to find and support your wisdom. Examining beliefs and patterns frees you up to create new possibilities, make new choices, and become more skillful in reflecting your best interests and intentions. People come to me seeking change -- to relieve depression or anxiety, to ease a difficult transition, for support with family or relationship troubles, to become more skillful with others and to bring their lives closer to their ideals.
(503) 567-4221
Portland, Oregon 97214
Ann Sola, Psychologist  in Portland
“Are you overwhelmed by painful thoughts and feelings? Do you wonder what makes you feel so sad and lonely? Would you like to feel more connected to others and increase feelings of intimacy in your relationships? If you are considering using psychotherapy to find the answers to these questions then you have come to the right place.Talking with a qualified psychotherapist can help if you have mental distress associated with a major life change; unresolved grief and loss; relationship difficulties; anxiety, or deep wounds from childhood or adult trauma.
(971) 238-1294
Portland, Oregon 97205
Dolores Maggiore, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Having difficulties in relationships with your self, your partner/spouse, your child, losing sight of yourself? Demands of others silencing your voice with the noise of constant worry, fear, and negativity? I offer a safe, compassionate therapeutic relationship to individual adults,children/ adolescents, and couples where my unconditional affirmation allows you to be fully yourself to restore clarity and calm and fine tune your attachment skills to yourself and others.
(503) 766-4564
Portland, Oregon 97239
Lynn McClenahan, Counselor  in Portland
“I work with adults who are experiencing life and emotional challenges including workplace and personal stress, life transition, grief and loss, relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and other concerns. While dealing with change and stress is an inevitable part of life, there are times we can feel overwhelmed or stuck. I help you identify your personal strengths and resources which can help build resiliency during difficult times. I also help you take appropriate action when needed while also increasing your ability to accept these challenges and uncomfortable feelings in a way that is mindful and consistent with your values.
(503) 683-7474
Portland, Oregon 97232
Ryan Lehotay, Counselor  in Portland
“Life is full of pain and suffering but it is not to be gone through alone. Strength is in reaching out to another who can help you get through the difficulty. I provide a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space to help empower you to make any desired changes needed to help you resolve whatever it is you are struggling with. My role is to collaborate with you and to assist you in getting unstuck and arriving where you want to go. I enjoy working with adults, adolescents, and couples.
(971) 240-5572
Portland, Oregon 97202
Robert C Woods, Counselor  in Portland
“I have been a therapist for ten years and work with adults with a focus on trauma processing, emotional dysregulation, and addictions. I am a certified addictions counselor and use DBT informed therapy along with EMDR, to help you address overwhelming emotions and work through obstacles life brings. I have a love for mindfulness practice and use this as a foundation for balance in my life and find the skills valuable in therapy. Through a safe and compassionate environment we can address painful issues that prevent you from living a fuller life and build positive inner resources that will empower you to find more joy.
(503) 616-2235
Portland, Oregon 97239
Wendy M. Miller, Psy.D., P.C., Psychologist  in Portland
“My practice includes adults, couples, families and children. I view therapy as examining life decisions and how they came to be, exploring current and past relationships between people, and functioning as guide and facilitator towards awareness and change. In children I see resilience and self-discovery, in adults courage and creativity towards life issues. When working with families and couples, communication and family of origin history are areas of focus. I value uniqueness, and don't see one formula fitting all. I seek to understand your goals, and to promote mindfulness, self-awareness and more successful and satisfying life functioning, for you and your family.
(503) 236-4909
Portland, Oregon 97232
Teresa R Weis, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
“Relationship to self is the foundation for all other relationships. I provide a relaxed environment, within which we'll work collaboratively to build your strengths, deepen your insights and increase motivation to move forward on your path. My direct approach, coupled with deep compassion aims to respectfully support your healing process and bring you more fully into the present, free of the shame and judgement that can often paralyze one's process. Let's explore how we can lighten your load and reconnect you not only to your Self more fully, but also to the people around you.
(503) 536-1881
Portland, Oregon 97227
Denise Gour, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My therapeutic focus helps people reduce their stress and learn to navigate adversity with more self-compassion, clarity, and ease. I have over 15 years experience working with adults and families facing complex issues related to parenting, family and relationships, adult children of impaired parents, recovery from addictions, aging, grief and loss, career shifts, physical injury and illness, and symptoms associated with depression and anxiety.
(503) 404-3313
Portland, Oregon 97202
Megan Wyckoff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CMHS
“I work with you to make therapy a positive experience. It's natural for many people to worry about finding the right therapist and how to start working on things once they do. I will work with you build a good therapeutic relationship, identify goals and move forward. While I have a generalist practice, as a Certified Child Mental Health Specialist, I often work with adolescents and young adults who are struggling with healthy choices, anxiety and depression. I also focus my work on identity/gender issues, relationships, and sexuality/intimacy concerns including alternative lifestyles, various relationship configurations and the LGBTQI community.
(971) 264-2463
Portland, Oregon 97232
Jerry Deckelbaum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in working with anxiety, depression, compulsive behaviors, low self-esteem, and life transitions. Many of my clients are in mid-life and struggling with relationships, career, aging, chronic illness, and loss. I am very experienced with gay, lesbian, and bisexual individuals and couples. My style is interactive and collaborative, and I believe that therapy should provide a safe and supportive environment, with no thought, feeling, or imagining that cannot be shared. My task as therapist is to accompany you on a unique and collaborative journey to your most authentic self.
(503) 406-9072
Portland, Oregon 97205
Tracy Marsden  in Portland
“There is a safe place to talk about what's troubling you. People come to counseling for many reasons, whether it's to talk about a recent stressor or a long-term struggle. With compassion and a calm presence, I create a space open to who you are and where you are in life. Together, we can identify what is holding you back and how to move forward. I work with adults, children and families, LGBTQ individuals, people who speak Spanish and people from other diverse cultural backgrounds.
(503) 395-2115
Portland, Oregon 97232
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Pastoral Counselor Therapists
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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.