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Native American Therapists in Washington County

Bill Maier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"When you come into therapy it is a time to expand the sense of yourself. Our job is to get familiar with the values that have helped you get through difficult situations and use them now. You may be a combat veteran, mental health or law enforcement worker having family or relationship problems. You need clear and practical strategies for replacing automatic reactions with mindful responses. Feeling understood by another human being is useful for flexible problem solving and clarifying your values. The majority of my experience is working with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. PTSD will definitely get better with knowledgeable treatment."
Native American
(360) 492-1786
Portland, Oregon 97225
Kristy R Baker, Psychologist  in Sherwood
“I work from a collaborative perspective and my approach to therapy is compassionate and pragmatic. I see each client as an individual and would love to help give support through a recent difficulty or a long-standing challenge. I have extensive experience working with depression, anxiety, life transitions, LGBT issues, grief and loss, trauma, eating disorders, and performance coaching.
Native American
(503) 388-6071
Sherwood, Oregon 97140
Coleen C Moreno, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beaverton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“I am a therapist who believes in the power of discovery and healing. A therapeutic alliance based on safety, respect, and mutual collaboration can create client-driven opportunities for positive change. Using compassionate inquiry to reevaluate core beliefs and life decisions allow the client to look at long-held patterns. Whether the goal is to reduce stress, fear and resentment, or to encourage resilience and autonomy, the journey may be explored together and supported in multiple ways. Finding self-acceptance and the ability to 'live life on life's terms' can be attainable goals.
Native American
(503) 980-3118
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Julie Russell Family Counseling  in Tigard
“I specialize in couples, children, teens and individuals. I believe that everyone can reach an optimum state of health, counseling helps individuals and families reach healthy functioning in their relationships with others. I employ an integrative approach with a strong reliance on cognitive-behavioral aspects, emotion focused therapy, solution focused therapy, as well as some Jungian methods, such as sand tray therapy, and child centered play therapy. Sand Tray Therapy is a form of expressive therapy. This non-verbal method of therapy is often used with children, but can be applied to adults, teens, couples, families, and groups as well.
Native American
(503) 451-6250
Tigard, Oregon 97223
Debbi Flittner, Counselor  in Portland
“I find that we each contain an innate healing power. Scientific research bears out the potential we have for personal growth over our entire lives. Often when life shifts because of relationship or other problems, the need for change enters. My approach with you is from a holistic view, where one or more areas of your life is calling for attention. The sorting out of our deepest fears and hopes happens best within the confines of a safe, therapeutic relationship, as you move forward into the fullness of life that is your birthright.
Native American
(503) 446-4117
Portland, Oregon 97223
Judith Ashby, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hillsboro
“As a psychotherapist I am dedicated to helping you increase your sense of well-being and quality of life. I will help you learn to "live with ease." I use a variety of therapeutic techniques based on relationship building, communication and behavioral change. I am open to exploring alternative therapeutic approaches, and I appreciate and support diversity. My specialties include depression, anxiety, stress, trauma, PTSD, dual diagnosis, grief and loss.
Native American
(503) 451-6350
Hillsboro, Oregon 97123
Karen St Clair, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beaverton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Given that you are reading this, you may be experiencing stress and feeling distress. As you take this courageous step toward solving a problem, consider the following: as your therapist, I strive to support you in being your authentic self in the context of a complex and multifaceted world. You know that you are your own expert; I want to work with that expert. You care about balance and harmony; I offer you professional therapeutic services that consider all your permutations - physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual. Together, we can find clarity in understanding while building emotional strength and flexibility.
Native American
(503) 489-9426
Office is near:
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Annalisa Decina, Counselor  in Beaverton
“As a DBT therapist, I offer skills coaching to help you better understand and cope with issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, social anxiety, and thought processes and behaviors that keep you stuck and prevent you from acquiring a quality of life worth living. I work with people diverse in socio-economic status, ethnicity, and gender orientation, Diversity is always welcome in my practice.
Native American
(541) 233-4691
Office is near:
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Chrissy Zimmerman, Counselor  in Beaverton
“I am looking forward to working with adults, couples, families adolescents and/or children (in no particular order) that are interested in art therapy and counseling. I have had 5 years experience in a residential setting with adolescents who struggle with both addictions and mental health concerns. And for another 7 years I worked with children and families in need of significant services at a non-profit organization downtown. I am now primarily working with Clients (like you!) at my private practice in SE Portland and am truly enjoying the experience.
Native American
(971) 333-0578
Office is near:
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Susan Pease Banitt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beaverton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, RYT
“Do you need a specialist who understands PTSD from the inside out? Have you been or are you now in therapy, but feel like you need a healer who really gets traumatic stress? Are you a person of extreme sensitivity, unusually empathic, spiritual or psychic? I would love to see you for some coaching, assessment or consultation! I offer a brief, powerful form of holistic intervention designed to point you in the right direction for your healing and motivate you to move forward where you are stuck. Packages range from one to 10 sessions and are purchased on my website.
Native American
(503) 451-6739
Office is near:
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Louise Gordon, Counselor  in Portland
“If you are experiencing difficulties in your relationships or you feel you are not living the life you were meant to live, I can help you. Perhaps you want to resolve indecision in some area of your life. Or you realize that you need help with anxiety or depression. Some people seek counseling when they have a problem controlling their behavior, such as drinking or arguing. Whatever your reason for wanting to change, please donít wait to get yourself living the life you envision. Many people have experienced the changes you seek and I am looking forward to being a part of your success.
Native American
(503) 489-4285
Office is near:
Portland, Oregon 97225
Kate Meredith, Counselor  in Tigard
“Live your life more fully while enjoying better health with balance and focus. You can learn to experience relief from worry, fear and unhealthy relationships. I believe that positive growth is possible through awareness and attention to small changes in your thinking and actions. Together we can help promote healing and recovery by addressing your emotional, social, physical and spiritual needs. Most people who come in to my office wonder why they waited so long to become more healthy. My goal for you is to have a life changing and fulfilling experience and to reach your fullest potential.
Native American
(503) 446-1076
Office is near:
Tigard, Oregon 97223
Mike Chapman, Counselor  in Beaverton
“In therapy, I work to develop a relationship where you can both specifically explore the issues that have brought you to therapy- depression, anxiety, relationship struggles, lack of purpose, trauma, grief and loss, drug and alcohol issues-- and your life, in general. This atmosphere allows you to gain more self-knowledge and self-acceptance as well as to see fresh perspectives on your troubles and desires. You can then begin to find a way through some necessary changes. An important aspect of my therapy approach is encouraging clients to take steps to live life in more alignment with who they are.
Native American
(503) 902-4974
Office is near:
Beaverton, Oregon 97007
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC, MAC
“Providing compassionate and comprehensive therapy is essential. For twenty-five years I have worked in the field of addiction medicine as well as its related counterparts, i.e. grief and loss, codependency, family and couple issues, depression and anxiety, and life stage transitions. My background in Jungian psychology and recovery work has given me the tools to explore family of origin issues as well as the spiritual dimensions which consciously or unconsciously determine our day to day adaptation to life circumstances. Group work and half-day seminars help my clients focus on specific issues.
Native American
(503) 766-4803
Office is near:
Tigard, Oregon 97224
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Elizabeth Leah Downs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beaverton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CHT, ACSW
“Seeking therapy is an act of courage when your life is not working, when you are feeling overwhelming emotions, or are ready to grow. With over 35 years of experience, I work skillfully with adults, children, families & couples. I am here to compassionately facilitate your learning to live your life with emotional freedom, purpose, creativity, passion & joy! Get in touch with the strength & beauty of your Inner Self & develop more satisfying relationships. Examine your thinking & beliefs & develop mindfulness, transforming your moods & your life. I use a gentle therapeutic style which is an eclectic, psychodynamic, humanistic, transpersonal & holistic wellness approach.
(503) 444-9712
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Ellen Fiscus, Counselor  in Forest Grove
“I assist people with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues providing services that span from therapy for depression and grief counseling to couples counseling and beyond. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of my client's individual needs to help attain the personal growth and inner peace they're striving for.
(503) 567-9008
A Healing Intention, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beaverton
“I am passionate about personal growth and self-actualization which can emerge through the therapeutic process. I believe everything that occurs in life is not by accident, but are in fact lessons to be used in grasping one's own meaning of life. Although I tend to favor experiential approaches, my theoretical orientation focuses on an integrative style of therapy. I begin with the client gradually building a foundation of acceptance and trust that is both affirming and non-judgmental. A successful therapeutic relationship is built upon making a connection through engagement allowing a client the freedom to just "be."
(503) 925-3306
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Lynn Launer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Hillsboro
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“When you, or someone you love, is experiencing challenges in life, getting support to break through unproductive struggles can make the difference between merely surviving and thriving. Congratulations on your decision to thrive! Clinical social worker Lynn Launer, LCSW has been helping people of all ages bring more health, happiness and satisfaction to their lives for over thirty five years. She knows that facing challenges in relationships, substance use, communication, parenting, career, health, or school can be daunting on your own. So can modifying long standing thought, behavior and mood patterns.
(503) 389-8008
Hillsboro, Oregon 97124
Kristi Smith  in Tigard
“Because I specialize in relationships, I view each individual, couple or family from a systems perspective. This means I consider the roles, rules and beliefs that each person developed growing up in their family of origin. Essentially, when we were young, we began to develop a blueprint for how we expect relationships to function. As adults, when our partners, children, co-workers, etc. do not abide by the same ideology that we have become accustomed to, problems arise. We experience disappointment, frustration, anger, anxiety or other uncomfortable symptoms.
(503) 877-1864
Tigard, Oregon 97223
Elizabeth Tarr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beaverton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“People seek a therapist for many different reasons. Unexpectedly you find yourself struggling with a life problem you didn't see coming. Or maybe you find yourself stuck in a unhappy unsatisfied place. I've been in working with individuals and couples for 26 years. I specialize in work with people who find themselves at a crossroads in need of focus, direction and support.
(503) 681-8041
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
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Native American Therapists
If you're looking for Native American therapy in Washington County or for a Washington County Native American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to Native American cultural issues. They include Native American therapists, Native American psychologists, Native American psychotherapists and Native American counselors.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Washington 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 Washington County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Washington County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Washington County or family therapy in Washington County.