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

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
Grace Willson Cantor  in Portland
“I believe that everyone is capable of growth and healing. I employ a client-centered, humanistic approach in counseling and customize my work to the individual needs of each client. My style is warm and collaborative. I know that it can be difficult to initiate the process of counseling. My office space is inviting and I strive to create a relationship characterized by trust, safety and hope.
(503) 894-5688
Portland, Oregon 97212
Celeste Baskett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“From a place of respect, curiosity, and nonjudgment, I offer a safe space for you to explore and express your internal world. I listen, question, reflect, and interpret deeper meaning, using psychodynamic theory to understand how past experiences and relationships shape current patterns of living and contribute to dissatisfaction, emptiness, suffering, loneliness, self-defeating behaviors, and loss of control. Through this process of collaborative exploration and insight, a transformed, truer self develops as buried parts of yourself emerge, losses are mourned, traumas are mastered, and parts of the self in conflict begin to co-exist more harmoniously.
(503) 341-4493
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
Carol C Hamilton, Psychologist  in Portland
“I hope to help reduce or eliminate the suffering that comes from trauma and life's many other challenges through compassionate and scientific psychotherapy. I have worked with children and adults since the 1970's in two careers: as a pediatric physician assistant, and later as a Clinical Psychologist. As tools in the therapy process, I bring in EMDR, Somatic Transformation, Somatic Experiencing, Hypnosis, Creative Arts Therapy, Sand Tray and much more, offering these skills in accordance with the wishes and healing preferences of the client. I vigorously pursue continuing education and enrich my practice on a continual basis.
(503) 420-0010
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
Kelly Ann Reams, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, BCD
“As a psychotherapist and contemporary psychoanalyst, I will help you deal with your concerns and distress through greater understanding of what goes on inside of you. We will listen to and work with your feelings, dreams, fantasies, sadness, fears, hopes and desires with compassion and insight. During the past thirty years, I have helped adults, teenagers and children create a safe space in therapy based on trust and respect to develop a sturdier sense of self, have more satisfying relationships, reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety, and access what was previously out of awareness that can now inform daily life.
(503) 980-4564
Portland, Oregon 97212
Mark G. Dillon, Psychologist  in Portland
“I focus primarily on the assessment and diagnosis of problems related to attention and memory (for example, ADHD) and related problems (for example anxiety and depression). Clients that are interested in getting accommodations at work or school often use my services. Other clients use the reports to help guide medical treatment (for example, helping a provider to assess for the appropriateness of medication and/or behavioral therapy for treatment of ADHD).
(503) 877-1847
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
Jesse Johnson, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you feeling satisfied in certain parts of your life, and ready for more in others? Maybe you're in a committed relationship and you're feeling stuck?! I work with everyday people in search of real-world awareness, skills, and resilience with very human challenges like insecurity, anxiety, and fear. Only you really know what it's like to be you, and I get how challenging that can be! Together, we can deepen your awareness, process unfinished emotions, and transform limiting belief systems into real skills and actions that you can use to direct your life!
(503) 444-9735
Portland, Oregon 97212
Robin Kellett, Counselor  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LMHC, LPC, CRC
“Sometimes we all can feel alone with our problems and it can be a challenge to trust that another will understand. Living with anxieties / fears, depression and stress can be overwhelming. One may resort to unhealthy lifestyle choices as a means of escape. I offer a safe place and opportunity for you to explore your concerns while learning healthy and effective ways to manage intense feelings and resolve problems. Our work together can help you uncover issues that impact your present, learn different ways of looking at things and grow confidence in your ability to live well.
(978) 415-9926
Portland, Oregon 97212
Carol Spears, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you struggling with overwhelming emotions? Do you go around in a fog? Does the weight of grief or sadness feel like it will never end? I understand that it can be difficult to find the right person to talk to. Let me show you how to use your challenge as a doorway to get your life back on track. In the context of therapy, I can help you to learn to transform difficult emotions, heal from trauma or grief, and reconnect with joy. You will be able to bring hopefulness and meaning back into your life.
(971) 236-5265
Portland, Oregon 97212
Nani Waddoups  in Portland
“I believe we navigate the waters of life by constantly adjusting to subtle and profound changes, much like tacking a sailboat or steering a kayak in order to keep moving ahead. How we experience those changes -- as loss or opportunity, with sadness or joy -- determines the course we will follow. While each of us must make the individual choice of how to move forward, I believe we are all in this together. No one need navigate alone. The process of counseling is to support the planning of the trip ahead, and to help navigate the waters of life.
(503) 487-0061
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
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
Cayla Panitz  in Portland
“Counseling helps cultivate movement and healing. I collaborate with people to help them live a more authentic, connected life. Each person has the ability to heal. I meet you where you are at and we pace therapy accordingly. I approach counseling with a deep empathy and belief in the power of you and your children's strengths and encourage insight, empowerment and self-compassion. It is important to examine the relationships between emotion, thought and behavior while considering past, present and future life contexts and relationships.
(503) 766-5755
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
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
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
Rose C Life Goals, LLC, Counselor  in Portland
“Have trouble moving forward on your Plans? Find yourself back at Square One too often? Undecided about your next Steps? Difficulty Following Through? If you seek a highly experienced, yet affordable, individual who has assisted diverse persons with a wide variety of interests, needs, and obstacles, Contact me. With over 20 years of experience as a helping professional, I have served people from age 17 to 80. As a Career and Life Coach, I can facilitate your success.
(646) 699-3994
Portland, Oregon 97212

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