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Therapists in Lake Oswego

Jennifer Jones  in Lake Oswego
“I provide couples, families, and individuals a safe and comfortable environment in which they can gain support and guidance in navigating life's challenges. I am passionate about helping people find solutions to their problems and build strong and healthy relationships. As a therapist who specializes in marriage and family relationships, I will help you discover ways to strengthen your connections with others as well find healing from painful relationship issues.
(503) 444-9599
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Jessica Loehndorf Hutchison  in Lake Oswego
“As your therapist, I see myself as your guide and companion. I will work with you to help you rediscover your strengths, and I will help you find solutions to the challenges you face. From communications issues with your partner, to profound life changes, to the fears that lie before you, I will help you move through it.
(503) 894-5684
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
Kathleen Kelley, Psychiatric Nurse  in Lake Oswego
“I am a Board Certified Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, with advanced training in psychotherapy and medication management. I particularly enjoy working with clients who are struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship issues, and the adjustment--both physical and psychological--to parenthood. My background as a Community Health Nurse visiting pregnant and newly parenting families, and my understanding of the hormonal and biological factors that are intertwined with emotional issues during this time, make me an excellent choice for prenatal and postpartum anxiety and depression. I have a certificate from Postpartum Support International in treating perinatal mood and anxiety disorders.
(503) 967-9232
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Cate Morris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lake Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The problems which arise for children shouldn't get in the way of childhood. As a school counselor (as you can see from my profile picture!) for the past 7 years and while working with children for the past 21 years, I have been a part of helping kids in all sorts of situations and with many different issues. This has given me a profound respect for the impact counseling can make on all involved, whether we start in childhood or later.
(503) 980-4776
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
Dr. Jessica M Evans, ND,   in Lake Oswego
“The mind, body, and spirit are inseparable. Therefore, there can be physical circumstances underlying mental health disorders, and vice versa. A person may be experiencing unknown food allergies, inadequate nutrition or vitamin deficiency, environmental toxicity or have genetic factors that lead to suboptimal function and disease. I have been very successful working with patients with ADD/ADHD, anxiety, depression, and other mental health disturbances using an integrated naturopathic approach. My treatment plans include diet and lifestyle modifications, nutraceutical and herbal interventions, counseling, physical medicine, and prescriptive medications. My approach is holistic and goes beyond the benefits of talk therapy alone.
(503) 444-8537
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
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
Dan Bernard, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“I specialize in couples counseling; rebuilding trust after infidelity; sexual desire differences, and communication skill building. I also offer effective therapy for compulsive sexual behavior and anger management.
(503) 406-3600
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Diane Moskowitz, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“Sometimes it's hard to tell if emotional problems are causing your relationship and sexual problems, or whether it's the other way around. I help clients, either individually, or with their partners, sort out the issues that might be getting in the way of a healthy relationship and/or a comfortable and satisfying sex life. Together we explore the obstacles to substantive change. Whether your focus is on current life dilemmas, or on longstanding and frustrating conflicts, I can help you tap into your own wisdom and inner strengths to move forward.
(503) 476-9429 x4
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Jay Darien  in Lake Oswego
“I am a individual counselor as well as marriage and family counselor that believes that the relationship between the client and therapist is vital to create change for the client. I am passionate about helping individuals, couples, and families create healthy relationships. I select from various theoretical approaches and techniques based on your unique and individual needs. Working together we gain insight from past obstacles and current issues. We come to understand these obstacles and long held behavior patterns or negative belief systems which need to be addressed in order for your to move on to a more rewarding life.
(503) 766-5572
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Aaron W. Lewis, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“My hope is to help people live their life with greater freedom and feel less burdened by pain, confusion, and heartache. You and I, working together in a safe and supportive relationship, open up new ways of understanding yourself which often leads to greater fulfillment in life. Whether you are looking for a brief consultation or to address something in-depth, I work collaboratively, with you, towards the goals that you have set.
(503) 766-5024
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
Knight Therapy, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“Life, without any major disruptions, is stressful enough; however almost everyone experiences times that are especially difficult. Oftentimes, people find themselves getting lost, anxious, or frustrated during these times, and can develop problematic ways of coping because they don't know what else to do. This is understandable. When a person is in emotional pain, it is hard to be rational and think of a good solution. I'd like to help. Through therapy, you can get caring support and new solutions to problems that will help you build the fulfilling life you deserve- where a sense of peace is possible.
(503) 567-2046
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Mary Ann Fahlstrom, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lake Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CAT
“I am committed to providing respect, compassion, understanding, honest feedback, structure and openness to each of my clients in order to provide the optimum conditions for you to achieve your desired outcomes. I believe that life is a journey which is unique for each person. Psychotherapy can be an important tool in helping an individual or family discover their natural ability to heal, to love and to grow.
(503) 298-6609
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
Allene Gould, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“Having been a teacher for 24 years gives me a strong foundation for working with children,families,and couples. Would you like a more peaceful life, a better relationship with your spouse or children? Learn the 2 most important parenting strategies? Someone who really listens and "gets you"? I believe that everyone who walks through my door has the capability to lead a more positive life, regardless of what has negatively affected you. My own personal experience, coupled with my specific training, helps me assist individuals dealing with depression and anxiety, and couples facing conflict and parenting issues.
(503) 967-0230
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Jessica Conwell, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“I offer therapy for people with a variety of concerns who range in age from adolescent through adulthood. Many challenges can present themselves as we navigate through life and we can all use a little extra support from time to time. I work with my clients to meet them where they are and to help them move towards their goals for emotional growth and healing.
(503) 789-9377
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 home page. 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
Cliff Johannsen, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“I strive to provide care that is customized to your unique strengths and weaknesses. The approach I use is called "integrative" in that thoughts, actions, emotions, and relationships are addressed. I understand that it isn't always easy to talk about problems. I'm patient, and I ask plenty of questions to better understand. To me therapy implies collaboration, where we both work hard toward successful outcomes. I tend to be a pretty active therapist, but I also know how to quietly listen when that fits you better.
(503) 388-6216
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Garen LeeAnn Weitman, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“I strive to help people make positive changes and have a realistic and straight-forward approach. I treat individuals with mental health challenges including depression, anxiety (phobias, trauma, PTSD, panic, OCD), relationship issues, stress and adjustment to life changes and bereavement & loss. I use Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy techniques, focusing on how clients can change unhelpful thinking and behaviors in order to feel and function better in their lives.I believe a collaborative relationship with clients is vital to the therapeutic process.
(971) 236-5209
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
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