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Therapists in Portland, OR 97212
Alameda, Eliot, Grant Park, Hollywood, Irvington and Sabin

Mark Masterson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Welcome. In my psychotherapy practice, I work with children, adolescents and adults in individual, couple or family therapy. In the first session, we will develop an understanding of your present situation, your personal resources and values. We will identify your preferences for the next steps you would like to take to live a life more in keeping with your values. Based on your goals for change and/or recovery, together we will develop a plan to address your concerns. I draw on 36 years of experience in collaborating with clients to help them achieve their goals.
(503) 451-6755
Portland, Oregon 97212
Patrick Welly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you looking to live life more deeply, passionately, and intentionally? These are questions that have guided my life for the past 25 years. My practice is rooted primarily in the relationship between my client and myself. It draws upon metaphor; experiental learning; traditional methods of analytical psychology (life narrative, dream exploration, examining family of origin, emotional and relationship difficulties, and exploring the intersubjective field between us) meditation; visualization; and spirtual inquiry.
(971) 248-0987
Portland, Oregon 97212
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
Nate Smith, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MN, RN, PMHNP
“As you consider talk therapy or medications, you're likely feeling some mix of overwhelmed, exhausted, unfulfilled, and "stuck." The way you feel might be connected to challenging transitions in your life, a sense of unmet potential, or even long-held emotions and memories of painful experiences and relationships. The good news is that therapy works, and finding the right "fit" in a therapist is a big initial step. Please feel free to contact me anytime to talk more or click over to my website to see a full description of my approach, fees, etc. I look forward to hearing from you!
(503) 404-3239
Portland, Oregon 97212
Elizabeth Viola, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker and offer evidence based psychotherapy to individuals who feel stuck or want to make changes in their lives. I have provided therapeutic services to individuals, couples, families, and groups in a variety of clinical settings including hospital and community mental health clinics for eight years. I assist individuals struggling with a wide range of mental health, substance abuse and emotional issues. I offer clients a safe and supportive environment to learn about themselves.
(360) 386-6140
Portland, Oregon 97212
Robert Finkelman, Counselor  in Portland
“I treat all treat ages of the life cycle. Children explore the safe, therapeutic space to meet their emotional, cognitive, and developmental needs in healthy ways. Couples counseling is interactive and focuses on issues such as communication, sex, emotional connection, and conflict resolution. I work with drug and alcohol issues. Individuals and families are fully supported in coping and working through intense feelings. You lead in determining how you wish to proceed with your issues. Families are helped with adjustments such as divorce, birth, death, unemployment, and family moves.
(503) 446-2198
Portland, Oregon 97212
Jessica Kieras, Psychologist  in Portland
“Greetings! My practice is currently full and I am not accepting new clients at this time. I am a licensed Psychologist, helping adults, teens and children ages 7 and older come up with ways of looking at the world and each other that help them feel better about life. During the first few sessions we will discuss what has been bothering you (or your teenager) and work together to create a plan and choose the best approach.
(503) 446-6254
Portland, Oregon 97212
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 97212
Drew Caesar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Maybe your teen or partner is depressed? Stuck on Internet Porn? Maybe you have somehow been victimized? Feel anxious, or alone? Loss of loved ones? I offer a relationship based, non-judgmental approach informed by tested, evidence-based practices, including CBT and EMDR therapies - neither of which demand medication. EMDR directly targets traumatic or hurtful memories and helps put them "in the past." This has been shown to help with anxiety/fear, panic attacks, nightmares, self-esteem issues and various other symptoms associated with post traumatic stress. CBT further offers you the chance to not be overwhelmed by your experience.
(503) 567-5361
Portland, Oregon 97212
Graham Turner  in Portland
“I work with individuals, couples, partners, and families who are looking to address concerns in themselves and their relationships. Therapy can look different for each person and I strive to create a therapeutic environment that is conducive to helpful and lasting change. I work from a standpoint that values your relationships as a critical part of your health. My approach to therapy centers on emotional insight, the activation of agency, and a compassionate approach to ourselves and others.
(503) 278-5564
Portland, Oregon 97212
Caroline McGrath  in Portland
“Children and adolescents may struggle when trying to emotionally process divorce, separation, life transitions, challenges of adolescence, anxieties, self-esteem struggles, grief or loss. At times they may feel confused, angry, guilty, frightened, depressed, shameful, vulnerable, insecure & overwhelmed. As individuals, I believe we all have the innate ability to heal and to grow, and sometimes just need a safe space and extra support as we reflect and process where we're at. I support children, adolescents & families who are struggling with these changes and who may also be experiencing other emotional or behavioral responses to the unexpected challenges of life.
(503) 822-6683
Portland, Oregon 97212
Gail Westlin, Counselor  in Portland
“With compassionate listening, I will work with you to identify your core issues, clarify beliefs, and release limiting patterns. My goal is to support you in deepening your capacity for self-reflection, acceptance, and life purpose. I will honor your strengths while helping you work through relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and creative blocks.
(503) 766-5717
Portland, Oregon 97212
Jane Larson, Psychologist  in Portland
“Let's face it- deciding to seek therapy often feels pretty scary. It takes courage, and sometimes desperation, to walk into this unfamiliar relationship. Navigating life's losses and transitions is one of our most challenging tasks, and sometimes we need some help steering the boat. I enjoy working with individuals and couples who are ready to explore their inner world of experience and outer world in relationship with others. As a former nurse, I also enjoy working with clients who are navigating the losses of aging and chronic illness.
(503) 877-1568
Portland, Oregon 97212
Ellen Summers, Psychologist  in Portland
“My goal is to help you live the life you want. I will help you free yourself from anxieties and painful depression whether a result of past trauma or current situations or events. Whether your difficulties are in relationships, the world of work, or your relationship to yourself, I will work with you to help you understand yourself and to make healthy, active choices growing out of this self awareness.
(503) 451-6583
Portland, Oregon 97212
Maureen A O'Donnell, Counselor  in Portland
“I specialize in the treatment of depression, anxiety, the aftereffects of trauma, and life-transitions. If you are feeling hopelessness, despair, anger, or lack motivation, you are probably suffering from depression. Excessive worry and fears are signs of anxiety. Symptoms of trauma can include: panic attacks, anxiety, hyper-vigilance, anger, depression, and dissociation.
(503) 880-0966
Portland, Oregon 97212
David A Ryan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Therapy feels good. It can be fun, too. Therapy isn't what you see on television. It really can be an amazing experience. It is energizing and can be exciting. It is one of the rare situations where you actually get to be yourself and discover what that's like. You might even discover how you are protecting yourself from really experiencing your life. You get to be yourself with another person who helps you to draw from within yourself your own resources, your own healing experiences, and the changes you have been seeking. And, that's the fun part.
(503) 750-1859
Portland, Oregon 97212
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 97212
“My therapeutic style is collaborative and I make every effort to develop caring, respectful relationships. My interventions tend to be integrative, with an emphasis on emotional awareness, effective thinking patterns, and personal/interpersonal coping skills. I make use of treatments that are empirically validated for specific problems and work with individuals who experience depression, anxiety, grief, panic, relationship issues, and personal or employment transition. My intention is to foster a non-judging, compassionate environment within which people can grow and work toward a fulfilling life.
(503) 446-4292
Portland, Oregon 97212
Melinda Harder  in Portland
“Therapy provides a safe place to explore your feelings about people and situations in your life, as well as yourself. It also allows a chance for greater self-understanding and acceptance, including understanding how past experiences shape the way we view others and ourselves. I offer a warm, supportive, and accepting environment to help you through this process. Through our work together we will build upon and grow your strengths while discovering new tools to help you overcome challenges you may be facing. My hope is you will feel care and unconditional support throughout the counseling process.
(503) 406-9078
Portland, Oregon 97212
Brian Knapp, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you having trouble with the difficult people in your life? Would you like your partner to do more of some things and less of others? Are there people in your life you'd like to say no to? I help my clients discover clarity in these difficult life situations and resolve their emotional conflict and confusion. Do you want to make your home a happier place, or find your way back to love? Are you sad and worried all the time? Through talking together we can alleviate painful symptoms and improve relationships and increase self esteem.
(503) 406-3669
Portland, Oregon 97212

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