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Therapists in Lake Oswego

Jean Linscott, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“When a person is ready for change, they are aware of feelings, thoughts and behaviors they can address in themselves to make progress happen. They have identified whether they can work by themselves or with others to change a difficult situation, or if they need to accept the current situation for what it is. I enjoy helping children, adolescents, adults and their families work toward this place of change and acceptance together. With humor, support and a neutral stance, I help individuals identify and obtain healthy life choices for themselves.
(503) 925-3035 x2
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Melinda Byrd, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“Feeling overwhelmed, depressed, or anxious? Are you feeling stuck? Is your life out of balance? I can help you regain a sense of purpose and meaning by providing a safe and caring environment for you to explore your concerns. I will work collaboratively with you to create a plan to meet your specific needs. I have over 10 years of experience working with adolescents and adults struggling with a wide range of issues.
(503) 446-4255
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Kate Meredith, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“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.
(503) 446-1076
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Erin Cope, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lake Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work with both adolescents and adults who experience a wide range of emotional, relational, and behavioral challenges, including substance use/abuse. In my work with teens I utilize a family approach as it is my belief that parents are the experts on their children, and that the family system as a whole has the capacity to influence its members in powerful ways. Therefore I include family members in the therapy process in order to facilitate long-lasting change. When working with adults I draw from a variety of clinical approaches, all connected by my belief in the importance of hope, healing, and healthy relationships.
(503) 925-3754
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Babak Govan, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“Finding a therapist could be overwhelming. With investments of energy, time, and money, it's important to select a therapist that "gets" you and in whom you have confidence. I believe psychological health is essential to happiness, physical health, solid relationships, and work success. I enjoy helping people discover their strengths/resources towards becoming happier and healthier, and to take steps for improved well-being. Many clients have told me that I am a "straight-shooter," "real," interactive, and compassionate, providing a refreshing "therapy" experience. I would be happy to talk with you to see how I can be helpful.
(503) 444-8850
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Teal Marie Bohrer  in Lake Oswego
“Addictions are devastating and effect not only the individual, but those around them as well. My hope is to create a welcoming and safe environment for clients to explore their goals, whether they involve substance abuse or not. I believe that clients direct their course of therapy and movement is as fast or as slow as desired by the client. I pride myself on being non-judgmental and have worked with a variety of clients and client issues. I have great faith in the benefits of counseling and am willing to put 100% into helping you overcome current obstacles.
(503) 894-5825
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Johanna Courtleigh, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“Self-love, self-esteem and ease are our birthrights. But most of us learned the opposite. This undermined our ability to be happy and succeed. I'll help you learn to be gentler and more self-supportive. To engage the world more confidently and peacefully. To develop better communication, assertiveness, conflict- and stress-management skills. My style is warm, supportive, intuitive and creative, grounded in my extensive education, training, and the work I've done on myself to become a happier, healthier human being. You deserve to enjoy being who you are. To thrive instead of just cope and survive.
(503) 567-4617
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Selena Whittle, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“When you're struggling or in emotional pain, it can be tough to know how to go about choosing a therapist. Not only must practical matters, such as insurance and convenience be considered, but you also need to know about the therapy method and the therapist's qualifications. What's even more elusive is choosing someone who feels just right to you. To help you choose, you might consider reading the article How-to-Choose-a-Therapist at RestoreTheSoul.com "Wisdom" blog. At the heart of my practice, no matter what method we end up choosing together, lie compassion and truth.
(503) 303-8231
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
David E Blakeslee, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“Taking the first step to get help is often the most difficult, but it is often a hopeful sign that you are ready for growth and ready for change. Finding a compassionate, experienced psychologist at such a time will have the powerful benefit of moving you in a focused way on your needed areas of growth and discovering new areas of strength. Dr. Blakeslee has helped hundreds of individuals, scores of couples and dozens of families in his 20+ years of practice. The science of psychology has made treatment for depression, anxiety, trauma and dysfunctional relationships more successful.
(503) 925-6313
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
Alysa Zalma, Psychiatrist  in Lake Oswego
“My areas of expertise include Mind Body Medicine and the psychodynamic treatment of anxiety spectrum disorders, depression, trauma, and issues relating to body image and obesity. I teach and speak extensively on how the physiologic mechanisms of the inflammatory process promotes the above disease states and how, through the utilization of psychoanalytic and mindfulness techniques, optimal change can be achieved. I utilize the combination of psychotherapy, pharmacotherapy and mindfulness heavily supported in the medical literature in my private practice. My faculty participation in the Contemplative Health Project has allowed me to study and participate in meditation and guided imagery internationally.
(503) 622-8292
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Gary Phillip Monkarsh, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“I treat children, adolescents, and adults suffering from ADHD, anxiety, depression, anger and communication problems. I utilize a therapy dog to help kids communicate more effectively in treatment. I specialize in completing psychological evaluations for ADHD and learning difficulties. I treat individuals, couples, and families having difficulties with marital and parenting problems, blended family issues, chronic illness, substance abuse, school, and work related problems. When I work with adults, my approach emphasizes acceptance work, and finding balance, meaning, and fulfillment in relationships and careers. I blend hypnosis, deep relaxation instruction, and mindfulness of breathing exercises to effectively treat many disorders.
(503) 728-6660
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Nicole Cullen  in Lake Oswego
“I strive to help children, adolescents, and families gain the necessary skills to find solutions and build emotional connections within their relationships. I believe that through therapy, every person can come full circle in reaching their goals of change as an individual and a collective family. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, I work with clients to explore potential challenges and identify positive supports and strengths in their daily life settings (i.e. family, school, work, activities, etc.).
(503) 487-0148
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Barbara Cope, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lake Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you feeling confused, hopeless, alone? Do you find yourself worrying often about the future, or things that are outside of your control? People seek counseling for a variety of reasons including overwhelming life circumstances, broken relationships, unresolved past trauma, parenting concerns, and difficulty managing the stresses of everyday life. It is natural to feel anxious, depressed, or unsure at times. In the midst of our struggles it's often hard to believe that we have what it takes to deal effectively with the challenges we face.
(503) 308-4283
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Christine Turner, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, NCC, ATR-BC, ACS
“I work with people who are experiencing feelings of anxiety and depression due to stress, relationship difficulties, important transitions in their lives, trauma, grief and loss. Individuals, couples and families often benefit from a supportive approach. This helps them to clarify and communicate their concerns and develop goals. When verbal communication is not enough, I offer clients of all ages creative means to express themselves. My approach is to work collaboratively with clients to help them to empower themselves within the therapeutic relationship and to work towards making positive changes in their lives.
(503) 536-1915
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
Joseph C Schutte, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lake Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, QMHP
“Our lives are filled with relationships: friendship, significant other, parent, child, intimate partner, etc. When our relationships are struggle, so do other areas of life. Frequently, feelings of depression, anger, or stress coincide with disconnection of a significant and meaningful relationship. The feeling of disconnection is threatening and scary; allowing for thoughts of abandonment, and feeling alone. All too often the response is to withdraw and turn attention inward, in an effort to hide the disconnection. Unfortunately, this results in an increased feeling of disconnection in our most important relationships. This is a dangerous cycle that too many people frequently get stuck in.
(503) 451-6702
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Mary E Joyce, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“Mental Health Counseling is my second major career and blossoms directly out of my first career in medical research. I practice counseling from a Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) perspective. That is, the way you think (cognitions) and the way you act/react (behavior) has a direct effect on your emotional response. I help you explore the way you think and act and the results those thoughts and actions have in your day to day experiences. Once these elements are recognized, you have the opportunity to decide what would be helpful to change and what may be the consequences of these changes.
(503) 766-5139
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Stacy Henne, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Lake Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFT, NCC, QMHP
“I believe that change is always possible. While often intimidating, therapy can be the first step toward improving your life. Whether you are struggling with a relationship, communication skills, parenting, self-identity, depression or anxiety, I will work with you to identify the maladaptive thought processes, roadblocks and circumstances that have led to your feelings of frustration, dissatisfaction, or helplessness. I have a passion for working with individuals, couples and families to identify life goals, improve self-awareness and communication, and implement lasting change that leads to a more harmonious, fulfilling life.
(503) 476-9859
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Dominique Marguerite, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“I became an analyst at the CG Jung Institute, Zurich and a doctor of psychology at the University of Oregon. I work with adults of all ages. We address immediate concerns, self-care, and difficulties together. I help you (re)connect to personal strength and resources. I teach breathing mindfulness, and relaxation. In psychotherapy and analysis, we establish a connection to your own heartfelt values. Dreams, feelings, thinking, body symptoms, patterns of relationship, and significant life events help discover your guiding spirit and authentic self. Dialogue, reflection, and the discovery of your world view inform this inner search.
(503) 404-3540
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Lee Doppelt, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“Our philosophy for 25+ years has been to work in partnership with you meaning: (1) assisting you to resolve/manage problems using proven therapy methods including cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused and reality-based strategies or (2) helping you understand a concern by using standardized assessment procedures. We work with children, adolescents, adults, older adults, couples and families on communication issues, behavior choices, anxiety and mood stabilization and performance and academic enhancement. We work with you, not at you.
(503) 697-0600
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Andrew E Bliesner  in Lake Oswego
“Does stress ever get in the way of your priorities and important relationships? Do you find yourself awake at night worrying about something or someone that you care about? Do you have trouble managing difficult emotions? If you ever wish that you just had more control over your life, I can help! I prefer not to think of myself as just a doctor that treats "psychological disorders." Instead, I consider myself to be a highly educated and experienced personal coach with only one goal, which is to help you live the life that you really want.
(503) 406-9316
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
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