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Therapists in Portland, OR 97227
Boise and Overlook

Depression Treatment Program at Portland Psychotherapy, Treatment Facility  in Portland
“The Depression Treatment Program is a collection of specialized mood-disorder services offered at Portland Psychotherapy. The program was developed to address the treatment needs of individuals with Major Depression, Dysthymia, Insomnia, Seasonal Affective Disorder, and other mood-related struggles. Our emphasis is on delivering the best available treatments and the highest standards of care through outpatient individual psychotherapy, groups, and classes. Our approach is active and focused on your values and needs.
(503) 564-0026 x1
Portland, Oregon 97227
Kartini Clinic for Children and Families, Treatment Facility  in Portland
“Kartini Clinic offers a multi-disciplinary program dedicated exclusively to eating disorders treatment in children and young adults. We take a medical approach to the treatment of eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, or food phobia, as well as those whose disordered eating contributes to obesity or wasting conditions. Kartini Clinic's team of pediatricians and licensed therapists delivers true coordinated care at any level of need - inpatient, day treatment and outpatient. And our team is one of the most experienced in the country, with over 2100 patients diagnosed and treated since 1998. For more information on our treatment programs please feel free to submit a confidential online request at www.kartiniclinic.com or simply call us and ask for an intake coordinator. We'll have someone on the line to help you in minutes.
(503) 451-6630
Portland, Oregon 97227
Karen Stallwood, Psychologist  in Portland
“Therapy is the most important gift you give yourself, and I encourage you to choose a therapist who is a good match for your needs. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety, depression, relationship problems, work-related stress, and abusive relationships--just to name a few. My approach to treatment is primarily present focused, because I believe that unresolved issues from our past end up repeating themselves in our current relationships. Together we will explore the ways that your thoughts, feelings, and actions affect your mood and the way you experience the world.
(503) 704-3300
Portland, Oregon 97227
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
Shadee A Hardy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you feeling that, despite your best intentions, you find yourself engaging in the same behaviors that keep you stuck? I believe the foundation of individual mental health is a positive relationship with self. The relationship with self impacts almost every other aspect of life. I believe that clients show up already possessing that which will ultimately help them heal; therefore, I do not subscribe to a pathology-based system. My intention is to create a supportive environment in which my clients can explore their emotional needs and overcome barriers that limit their full potential.
(503) 400-7235 x17
Portland, Oregon 97227
Julie Nelligan, Psychologist  in Portland
“I specialize in treating patients who are experiencing depression or anxiety or who need help coping with a physical problem such as obesity, chronic pain, menopause, insomnia, cardiovascular disease, cancer, and psoriasis. If it would be helpful for your treatment, I can coordinate your care with a primary care physician, specialty care physician, or psychiatrist.
(503) 757-3863
Portland, Oregon 97227
Brian Thompson, Psychologist  in Portland
“Pain is inevitable. Suffering isn't. As a psychologist, I work to help you hold your pain with compassion so you can enjoy your life. I can help you deal with a number of problems and difficulties. And I'm committed to using treatments supported by scientific study. I draw mainly from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, a versatile treatment within the cognitive behavioral tradition that has a strong evidence base. While I try to use the most effective treatments available, I'm careful to tailor them to the unique needs of each individual.
(503) 610-5257 x14
Portland, Oregon 97227
Colin A Wolf  in Portland
“You're hurting, and you're looking for solutions. I'll guide you through exploring your inner world and your relationship styles, in a way that is free of judgment and full of compassion. Together we'll look for patterns in your life that cause you pain. We'll ask questions: What are your needs? Values? Goals? Dreams? How well do you communicate them? What is holding you back? I'll help you reclaim disowned parts of yourself and learn new life strategies that allow you to move through pain, bringing you more freedom and a greater sense of aliveness.
(503) 822-6765
Portland, Oregon 97227
Noah Lyons Roost, Psychologist  in Portland
“To be human, means that sometimes we each will struggle and suffer. But this very pain can be a messenger, leading us towards growth and greater vitality. Therapy can quicken this process. It takes tremendous courage to seek treatment, and to honestly share and discuss your life's challenges with someone you do not know. I consider taking part in therapy a privilege, and I believe respect and warmth for each client's unique experiences to be a core part of our work. You are the expert on your own life: your unique struggles, gifts, and dreams.
(971) 248-0944
Portland, Oregon 97227
Erika Tarjan, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT
“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 97227
Paul Guinther, Psychologist  in Portland
“Your pain is a key that can unlock the door to a better life. As a psychologist, I work to help you turn that key- to help open yourself to the compassion, enjoyment, and fulfillment that are waiting for you. I can help you through life's problems using evidence based therapy, meaning we will practice techniques that science has shown work. I use a form of cognitive behavioral therapy called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, which has been shown by research to be effective not only in reducing suffering but also in increasing life satisfaction.
(503) 766-4207 x16
Portland, Oregon 97227
Elizabeth Fisher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, PhD
“Has your child or teen been through a difficult experience? I specialize in emotional and relational disorders arising from trauma, divorce, adoption, and less-than-optimal early childhood experiences. My orientation integrates modern neuroscience with relational psychotherapy. I utilize multiple expressive arts approaches in my work including sandtray, play therapy, psychodrama, movement, and art therapy. I am a supportive therapeutic and educational advocate for special needs children and their families. I also regularly treat individual adults, families, and couples. You may come alone or bring a family member with you for a free, 1-hour initial consultation.
(541) 526-7218
Portland, Oregon 97227
Scott Rower, Psychologist  in Portland
“In my practice I balance two things - the latest science of psychotherapy and flexibility. I use evidenced-based psychotherapy (supported by scientific research) and apply it flexibly and in a customized approach to best fit what struggles my clients are facing. People often come to therapy when they are feeling stuck and this can take many different forms (chronic pain/illness, depression, social anxiety or relationship problems to name a few). Regardless of the problem, when we begin our work together we form a team to address what struggles are getting in the way of their life.
(503) 925-3087 x12
Portland, Oregon 97227
Anna Schaum, Counselor  in Portland
“As a lifelong musician as well as a therapist, I've learned that relationships are a lot like music. When we learn how to be "in tune" with ourselves we have a much better chance of enjoying harmonious relationships in all parts of our lives. I have helped hundreds of people learn practical skills for living in tune with themselves and each other.
(971) 236-4186
Portland, Oregon 97227
Jenna LeJeune, Psychologist  in Portland
“I work from a collaborative and respectful place to help clients explore what is and isn't working in their lives. My approach is pragmatic and client-directed. I do not subscribe to an "illness/disease" model of psychotherapy that I find to be stigmatizing and limiting. I utilize empirically supported treatments, particularly Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, a mindfulness-based behavior therapy shown to be effective in numerous clinical trials. Most importantly, I strive to always treat clients with dignity, respect, and compassion as I work to help them create for themselves the kind of meaningful life they desire.
(503) 489-4019 x15
Portland, Oregon 97227
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
Susan Kelsay  in Portland
“Are you experiencing pain in your relationships? Are you feeling stuck... frustrated... overwhelmed... hopeless? Do you sense it's time to make some kind of change, but feel afraid? You may feel distracted, tired, out of control and overwhelmed. Sometimes you need to talk to someone when you feel like you cannot do it alone. There are times you need to talk to a professional when even the advice offered by family or well-meaning friends doesn't really help you feel any better. With a supportive and confidential therapist/client relationship you can make the changes you desire.
(503) 766-5621
Portland, Oregon 97227
Deborah Lyda High, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“The act of doing therapy is a bit like tending to a garden; it takes diligence and care to achieve growth! It sounds challenging I know, but the outcomes and successes of working on yourself and your relationships far outweigh the negatives. We all have gardens that need occasional weeding and replanting, and when we are not taking care of ourselves, we can experience feelings of depression, anxiety, restlessness and frustration. In choosing to work with me, I will guide and encourage you by providing the necessary tools and resources that allow you to create a healthy and bountiful garden of your own.
(503) 564-1904
Portland, Oregon 97227
Thomas Joseph Doherty, Psychologist  in Portland
“Thomas Doherty is a licensed, doctoral-trained psychologist in Northeast Portland with 20 years of experience as a counselor and therapist. He is trained in effective approaches such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, client-centered therapy, mindfulness-based therapy, and interpersonal therapy for couples. Thomas is a professor at Lewis & Clark Graduate school where he trains counselors. He is also a national expert on ecopsychology (e.g., using nature based techniques in counseling and supporting sustainable lifestyles). Thomas's office is conveniently located on N Mississippi Ave near Skidmore with free car and bike parking and easy bus access. *** Accepting new clients.***
(971) 225-0913
Portland, Oregon 97227
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

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