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Therapists in 97702

Gayle L Dosher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“These are extremely stressful times, but you do not have to face it all alone. Depression and anxiety can lead, if left untreated, to isolation and self-destructive behaviors. Relationships may suffer and facing each day can feel overwhelming! In therapy, we work on restoring relationships. We work together to understand why you do what you do - then, change will come! Destructive patterns can be conquered. Trauma, stress, conflict, and great loss CAN lose their power. I love working with individual adults, families, couples, and teens who are ready to overcome their challenges.
(541) 246-6232
Bend, Oregon 97702
Elizabeth Ann Leeberg, Psychologist  in Bend
“I am thrilled to provide caring, professional psychotherapy services to teens and adults. I utilize scientifically proven methods in a compassionate, personalized fashion. Specialties include trauma such as accidents, abuse or military service issues, marital and family issues, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders and use of cognitive behavioral therapy and EMDR. All faiths are respected and spiritual resources are considered important.
(541) 537-5078
Bend, Oregon 97702
Karen Craven, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCPC
“Life can be challenging and overwhelming. Sometimes we realize we aren't really living our lives to the fullest and are unsure about which direction to take. I believe that people want and are capable of making real changes. I am trained as a marriage and family counselor as well as a therapist. Working with people who are struggling with anxiety or depression is a specialty of mine. I also have a special interest in working with what is called the Highly Sensitive Person, a rather new area in the therapy community.
(847) 380-3159
Bend, Oregon 97702
Katie Steele, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, RYT
“I created Thrive Bend with the belief that sometimes we find the best version of ourselves through talk therapy and sometimes we find it through exercise. At Thrive Bend you can integrate a combination of both as it makes the most sense for you. I help families, couples and individuals that are struggling with relationships, anxiety and stress. I specialize in Couples, Families, Adolescents, Anxiety, Self Esteem and Life Coaching. Using your strengths and beliefs, I will accompany you on your journey to the very best you!
(541) 516-6209
Bend, Oregon 97702
Layne Hood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CPC
“I specialize in awakening resilience. My work fosters emotional agility, develops mental clarity, and optimizes personal power. Resilience is positive and constructive adaptation. Whether you feel out of balance, lost, broken, or looking to express yourself more fully, we can quickly activate growth in the direction you choose to help you feel better and deal well with what life presents. You can expect to access your strengths and activate your will to not simply survive but thrive and even flourish. You can expect to align with your positive energy and build more expansive patterns of thought, emotion, and action.
(541) 708-1934
Bend, Oregon 97702
Roberta Stopler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT
“Understanding your feelings is key to making a difference in your own life. You can change how you feel. Counseling can help you regain control of your life by identifying effective problem solving skills, setting realistic expectations and taking responsibility for your behavior.
(541) 237-7034
Bend, Oregon 97702
D'Arcy Swanson, Counselor  in Bend
“Struggling with relationships, disturbing emotions, traumatic pasts, despair, addictions, utter confusion, all of this has meaning and the potential to propel us toward a better life. My job is to help people understand the process of what's happening and provide tools, skills and insights to navigate not just this situation, but future ones as well. So often people focus on symptoms instead of causes. Sometimes it's about managing symptoms, but more often there awaits an opportunity to get to the root and grow through and beyond this obstacle, to be more aware, capable and resilient than ever before.
(541) 516-1459
Bend, Oregon 97702
Deborah Macwilliams, Psychiatric Nurse  in Bend
“Entering into therapy can be both exciting and anxiety producing. As a provider of counseling and mental health care it is my belief and intention to offer attentive listening and to nurture a relationship of positive mutual regard. Trust is important - trust in the process, trust in the relationship, and trust in yourself. All my therapy approaches take into consideration the effectiveness of learning how to listen to your own thoughts, work with your emotions and beliefs, and pay attention to how your body both responds to and initiates feelings and thoughts. ****Please note I no longer prescribe or manage medications.
(541) 497-8382
Bend, Oregon 97702
Alan Werkman LCSW - Child and Family Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
“My approach is collaborative, ie, we figure out together what's going on and how best to work towards better outcomes. My patients are children, adolescents and their families, couples and adults - young and old. I have a good deal of experience with acting-out behaviors, parenting challenges, depression, anxiety, trauma-based behaviors. While some difficulties can be more skillfully dealt with, I am skeptical that life's problems can be 'resolved' forever and ever. Emotions and thoughts will forever arise, offering endless opportunities to learn different responses, ultimately transforming habitual reactions into conscious responses that work better for us.
(541) 394-0701
Bend, Oregon 97702
Stephanie Costello, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, CEAP
“I enjoy working with adults who are motivated to be their best selves and need help achieving that, including positive mood, effective coping with stress, managing anxiety and anger, negotiating relationships and successful transitioning through life's stages. I help people get "unstuck", renew hope and energy and achieve goals. Through CBT, I help clients look at their thinking, correct errors and see the impact on their moods. Effective goal setting and regular assessment of progress moves clients toward their goals in a time effective manner.
(215) 987-4815
Bend, Oregon 97702
Natalie Houston, Counselor  in Bend
“Therapy can be transformative and offers the potential for enormous growth and positive change. I offer clients a safe place to explore their hopes and fears and remove the barriers that prevent them from living a full and rich life. The therapeutic relationship is central to the change process. I work to help clients understand how experiences from the past affect the way they feel in the present. By working through these issues, clients experience themselves in a whole new way, freeing themselves up to have a more satisfying and meaningful life. To learn more, visit: www.insightcounselingbend.com
(541) 412-5764
Bend, Oregon 97702
Nancy J Curfman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, CTRS
“Thank you for viewing my profile. I offer evidence based therapies in a caring, compassionate environment. For 30 years, I have facilitated clients finding new understanding,behaviors,hope and health. I am convinced that each person holds the keys to happiness within themselves and can learn ways to achieve a meaningful life. I view my role as one who facilitates internal exploration, promotes healthy living strategies, change of destructive thoughts and patterns,and finding growth and acceptance of self. I provide various techniques for individuals to move beyond the issues and live fully.
(541) 504-6581
Bend, Oregon 97702
Peggy A McFarland  in Bend
“Many of my clients experience significant relief in 1 to 4 sessions with Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), a research-supported energy psychology technique. I combine traditional counseling methods with cutting edge energy psychology therapies that offer rapid, lasting relief and save clients time, distress and money. EFT is an excellent self-tool that you can use everyday to create a healthier, happier life.
(541) 504-6529
Bend, Oregon 97702
Matilde Konigsberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I've been practicing for over eighteen years and I feel passionate about my approach to treating individuals, couples and families. My professional values are those of integrity, passion and commitment developed over many years of extensive and diverse work. My therapeutic approaches are active, engaging, alive, creative, heartfelt, positive, warm, inviting, real and spiritual. My broad training in a variety of psychotherapy techniques provides for a professional and authentic approach to each individual, depending on their needs, style and temperament, so that clients can achieve their personal, psychological, and spiritual growth.
(541) 516-1637
Bend, Oregon 97702
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“As a Psychotherapist I draw upon 30 years of practice in Psychodynamic, Relational and Mindfulness-based treatment to address a wide range of personal concerns.. We start wherever you are to develop a safe, confidential working relationship. With our alliance as a base you gather tools to face whatever difficulties you choose to explore and to develop a deeper understanding of yourself and your life.
(541) 362-8812
Bend, Oregon 97702
Kelsey Dunlap, Counselor  in Bend
“Kelsey will work with you in a collaborative process in order to gain insight, and reach your full potential.Kelsey's goal as a therapist is to illuminate the patterns and processes that may be working against you and to support you in bringing about your own positive changes, both within yourself and in your relationships.
(541) 299-2259
Bend, Oregon 97702
Mariya Hammond, Counselor  in Bend
“I take a holistic, collaborative approach to counseling to guide clients toward a deeper experience of integration and wellbeing. Treatment is tailored to clients' unique goals and needs. In practice we will work together in a process of discovery to gain deeper understanding, access your strengths and resilience, improve and repair relationships, and change patterns that are no longer working for you. In therapy I offer my respect and deep interest in your unique life experience. What you tell me is held in confidence and non-judgment.
(541) 205-0949
Bend, Oregon 97702
Carol A Zancanella, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I work from a strengths perspective - this means that I believe each of us has strengths that can help us move through or solve the challenges we may face. Often, in the midst of difficulties, we have trouble seeing our own resourcefulness. I can help you learn to think about and experience situations from new perspectives, look at where you might be getting stuck, explore patterns of behavior that may not be working, suggest resources, and help you explore what your own solutions to the situations you face will be. I will invite your ongoing feedback about whether the sessions are on track for you.
(541) 233-4409
Bend, Oregon 97702
Pamela Gillet, Counselor  in Bend
“Calling for help can be intimidating. Hopefully I can make your first contact a safe experience. Our initial session is geared to getting to know each other, to hear your story, what prompted you to seek therapy, and talk about your goals. Be the end of this session we should have a good idea if we will work well together. If not, I will be happy to give you referrals. Psychotherapy is the intentional process of seeking change, a move towards healing. It is to that end that we can work together to achieve your goals as I offer my experience and training.
(541) 210-5547
Bend, Oregon 97702
Linda Krug Porzelius, Psychologist  in Bend
“I offer a warm and respectful environment for you to explore problems, gain perspective, and move beyond life-limiting beliefs and behaviors to a life that is more peaceful and fulfilling. My approach is collaborative because I believe clients have an innate wisdom about their lives that can help them change. My therapy combines empirically-supported approaches including motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, and mindfulness. I work with people who are struggling with eating and weight problems, depression, anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, self-defeating behaviors, and chronic physical illness.
(541) 362-1994
Bend, Oregon 97702

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