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Therapists in Portland

Roberto Olivero, Psychologist  in Portland
“Now in private practice, I was a practicing psychologist with the Men's Resource Center and Women's Counseling Center for over 25 years. I specialize in men's issues, including anger management, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, and relationships. I have a special interest in helping gay men, as I am gay identified myself. I also see women in my practice. I conduct individual, couples' sessions, as well as men's groups. I CAN ONLY ACCEPT NEW CLIENTS FOR SHORT TERM WORK, AS I GO ON LEAVE OF ABSENCE OCTOBER 27, 2014, FOR 5 MONTHS.
(971) 800-1340
Portland, Oregon 97214
Leslie Jones  in Portland
“My primary focus is to help you clarify what you want, and facilitate greater life satisfaction. I work to form a trusting therapeutic relationship so you can safely address a range of issues. Together we form an individualized plan for you to reduce troubling symptoms, process emotions, and create workable solutions. With couples, I help identify distressing patterns, reduce conflict, and work towards increasing the closeness you crave.
(503) 897-1375
Portland, Oregon 97213
“My goal for therapy is to help people manage behavior effectively and reach a more fulfilling way of life. I believe that any one aspect of the self does not define who we are as a whole person and I think people can learn to take control over problematic life events given the proper support, insight, and knowledge. I encourage my clients to be actively involved in the therapy process and will work to meet the unique goals that each individual brings to the table. I have a personal style of counseling that embraces both psychodynamic and behavioral approaches.
(505) 516-0513
Portland, Oregon 97214
Tod E Fiste, Counselor  in Portland
“I help people grow in self-awareness and create greater balance in their lives. Imbalance can look like: a very intelligent person who is disconnected from his or her emotions; a couple struggling with a relationship not matching their expectations and assumptions; a young man or woman searching for personal and professional fulfillment; or someone in middle age yearning for greater authenticity in life and love. If you are ready to explore yourself and your possibilities in depth, to heal, and to move beyond healing into growth, then I can help support and guide you in that journey.
(503) 406-3617
Portland, Oregon 97209
Barry W. McVay, Counselor  in Portland
“I specialize with individuals and couples who desire to heal emotional problems associated with lack of trust, intimacy difficulties, ineffective communication, anger, silence and distance, sexual matters/addictions or infidelity. My services are COMPASSIONATE, RESULTS-ORIENTED, AFFORDABLE. I focus on helping people deal, heal, and grow through the inevitable seasons of change inherent to our lives. My approach is collaborative with the client, helping you reveal who you are, what you seek, supporting you in critical examination of the challenges you face. Together we create goals, develop strategies, and engage in ongoing interaction that moves you toward meaningful paths of change.
(503) 451-3979
Portland, Oregon 97239
Betty Friedman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I often work with individuals or couples who have difficulty adjusting to a change in their life or find themselves "stuck" in patterns of behaviors or moods that disturbs them. I like to work with people's strengths to help make the changes they identify as needed. I have many years experience as a therapist working with emotional concerns, couples issues and addiction related concerns. I believe people have an amazing ability to heal from both past and present traumas.
(503) 967-8210
Portland, Oregon 97232
Debra Lynne, Counselor  in Portland
“In my work with---Children, Adolescents, Adults & Families---I tap into each individual's inherent, intuitive body wisdom to heal, develop, and grow within the therapeutic, safe and supportive relationship I provide. With my 'contemplative' and 'relational focus' - I bring a present moment focus to bridging the gap between trauma's of the past - self-limiting beliefs and patterns, which interfere with present time happiness, spontaneity, freedom and fulfilling relationships. My adult & child clients, develop the capacity to create an authentic, passionate, and joy filled life in the present ---- finding deeper life meaning, working with dreams ---- art! ---- and unconscious communication!
(503) 482-9747
Portland, Oregon 97236
Robert Poe, Psychologist  in Portland
“I enjoy working with people in a respectful and caring manner that honors the complexity of each individual. I believe strongly that the therapist-client relationship is one of collaboration, and I work hard to build an atmosphere of trust and safety to foster growth. I aim to create a supportive environment in which my clients can explore their goals and overcome barriers that limit their full potential.
(503) 406-9139
Portland, Oregon 97209
Ruth Gibian, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Because our experiences are so often invalidated or trivialized, my therapeutic style is to collaborate with you to find and support your wisdom. Examining beliefs and patterns frees you up to create new possibilities, make new choices, and become more skillful in reflecting your best interests and intentions. People come to me seeking change -- to relieve depression or anxiety, to ease a difficult transition, for support with family or relationship troubles, to become more skillful with others and to bring their lives closer to their ideals.
(503) 567-4221
Portland, Oregon 97214
Patricia N Downing, Counselor  in Portland
“My hope for the individuals and couples I work with is that they experience support, challenge and encouragement in the therapy process; that they gain skills to manage their lives and relate more effectively; and, that they learn (or remember) how to develop and sustain satisfying relationships. Sometimes the relationship we need help changing is with a significant other and sometimes with ourselves. The therapy I offer addresses both by exploring with you the areas in your life that have become stumbling blocks and helping you overcome them.
(503) 567-4038
Portland, Oregon 97219
Samuel Stem, Counselor  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PsyD, LPC, CADCIII
“I am a Kink-knowledgeable, GLBTQ-friendly, insight-oriented practitioner. I work with clients concerned with substance use/abuse, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, life transitions and emotional regulation concerns. I offer an initial free consultation to help you decide if I may be a good fit, as well as a generous sliding scale. Located in downtown Portland, close to public transit, with weekend and evening hours available.
(503) 444-8917
Portland, Oregon 97232
Cynthia Sturm, Psychologist  in Portland
“I enjoy helping individuals and couples identify emotional and relationship patterns that are creating distress, working together to improve self-understanding and the capacity to form healthy, loving relationships with family and friends. Therapy is a collaborative learning process, and my therapeutic style is interactive and non-judgmental. I integrate various therapeutic approaches to help clients develop their strengths and establish a toolbox of skills for coping and growth.
(503) 274-2416
Portland, Oregon 97239
Wendy Haynes, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, PhD
“My goal is to help you understand that you possess the wisdom needed to begin healing now. I am dedicated to helping you understand the strength within you to face your fears, make better choices, and experience deeper joy. With a firm but gentle approach, I work to empower you to be more conscious and responsive to the voice of your authentic self so that you can live a life of action more congruent with your true values. I am dedicated to supporting you in strengthening your boundaries to experience a deeper sense of self-respect, and self-love.
(503) 342-2158
Portland, Oregon 97232
Terrie A. Lyons, Psychologist  in Portland
“I work with clients to look more deeply to touch the roots of their fears, doubts, and depression. By fostering trust in the client/therapist relationship I seek to help clients uncover patterns which are no longer adaptive and create new paths from those old fear filled places. I see the foundation of creating meaningful lives to be based in love and attachment, meaningful work or interests, a connection to the spirit (in what ever form that may take), and the interaction between mind and body. My clients and I work where ever their foundation is shaky.
(503) 221-8764
Portland, Oregon 97201
Bridget Fanning-Ono, Psychologist  in Portland
“My approach to therapy is practical, result-oriented, and emphasizes empowerment through the building of insight and self-awareness. In an atmosphere of trust and collaboration, I will work with you to understand the meaning of your symptoms and rediscover your capacity to make meaningful choices that are right for you.
(503) 883-8756
Portland, Oregon 97205
Maggie Steele,   in Portland
“As a Life Coach, I work with teens and young adults (ages 14-24), helping them gain clarity about who they are, how they learn and what they want. The work I do is meant for clients who are struggling with low self-esteem, lack motivation or are having difficulties at school. Coaching is extremely effective in supporting young clients to take significant steps toward the person they want to be and the life they want to live. Each coaching session is tailored to the individual and can be conducted in person, over the phone or via Skype.
(503) 822-6124
Portland, Oregon 97214
Organic Relating: Relationship Counseling, Treatment Facility  in Portland
“We are a small loving and transformative counseling practice. We focus primarily on couples counseling, seeing couples together or individuals alone. We use one of today's most effective counseling methods--Hakomi Therapy. In addition we integrate non violent communication, mindfulness and family therapy techniques. Together we discover and address core issues that create patterns in a couples relationship. Couples achieve deep insight and an understanding of the steps that need to be taken to re-establish connection with one another. We create an opportunity to get the help you need to find your way home again.
(503) 444-9614
Portland, Oregon 97213
Among Friends,   in Portland
“My clients are seeking to live in new relationship to their sexuality, gender identity, body image, and intimacy. If you are interested in learning new skills for building trust, communication, self-acceptance and human connection, I can help. If you want to expand your sexual expressions, explore non-monogamy or polyamory, develop more intimacy, or deepen your understanding of your sexual and gender identity, I would be honored to support you in your work.
(503) 406-6292
Portland, Oregon 97225
Jodee Brown, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My therapeutic approach begins by honoring the wisdom of each client rather than listening to a voice saying "something about you is wrong." Circumstances and symptoms don't define you. In fact, non-judgmental curiosity regarding what is happening right now provides the key to healing. I work in a mindful way, helping you find inner wisdom by exploring your body sensations that link to emotions and reveal deep insights. As the story behind your story unfolds, circumstances start making sense - they may even shift. You begin to know and trust your wise inner soul untouched by life's traumas.
(503) 877-1338
Portland, Oregon 97205
James Soliday, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, Analyst, DMin
“Because of the depth, diversity and amount of my clinical training, I focus on the meaning of the symptom and presenting concern. I then move to what is the issue that needs to be addressed for healing to occur. My style is open, relational and provides a safe and secure place where psyche can come forth to be witnessed, heard, honored and followed. Our psyches express themselves through our patterns of behavior, symptoms, dreams, emotions, relationships and imagination. The focus of my work is for one to move towards being ones true self and find healing, wholeness and integration.
(503) 342-7781
Portland, Oregon 97223
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