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Get Centered Counseling, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Are you a woman struggling with an eating disorder, depression, anxiety, or grief? Do you struggle with self-acceptance? Do you feel isolated? If you answered yes to any of those then please make an appointment! I specialize in working with women with eating disorders, but am knowledgable working with clients' experiencing depression, anxiety, and grief issues as well. I am known to be compassionate, nonjudgmental, honest, and lovingly tough when necessary in counseling sessions. If you are ready to get centered, contact me by phone or email to schedule an appointment.
(503) 967-2488
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Nurturing Connections Counseling  in Vancouver
“I believe everyone has the ability to create a joyful life. People come to therapy because they are experiencing difficulties that are blocking their unique path to happiness. The counseling relationship provides an opportunity to safely and non-judgmentally explore these difficulties in creative ways to allow for growth, renewed hope, and movement into healthier possibilities. My warm and authentic style facilitates a genuine connection with clients - aiding in healing, discovery of new solutions, and achievement of goals. I hold a Masters degree in counseling with specialization in couples and family issues. I offer therapy to individuals, couples, and families.
(503) 438-4498
Vancouver, Washington 98664
Michael Myers  in Vancouver
“CHANGE HAPPENS to us all. There are times we struggle with those changes. What do we do between the onset of the problem and the solution? Counseling might help. Now, can you imagine a life filled with courage, strength and hope, where wisdom balances change and acceptance of life's troubles? Recovery and transformation are possible. Even those with severe mental illness, abuse or heart breaking turmoil can find contentment. We can have lives of significance and purpose; we are more than what we appear to be, even to ourselves. Compassionate and grace filled relationships are the key.
(530) 419-5661
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Robin Clarke, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Life is meant to be lived fully and maybe you're noticing you're not because you suffer from anxiety, depression, or the effects of past trauma. Perhaps, it's not that bad, but you feel something is wrong and your life could be better. Whatever it is, there is always hope. You can experience hope and peace in the days ahead! I seek to bring empowerment, awareness, hope, and peace in your life in the context of a safe setting.
(360) 558-3345
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Kristal Mathis, Counselor  in Vancouver
“"The harder it is to be a teenager, the harder it is to be a parent of a teenager." Heartprints understands you want your teen to be succesful in relationships, school, and in life. We work together to give your teen the best possible chance for success. Having a healthy family takes hard work. Counseling focuses on positive changes benefiting everyone in the family.
(360) 798-2058
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Kendall Hagensen, Counselor  in Vancouver
“If you or a loved one is experiencing stress related to chronic pain/illness, depression, anxiety, or other life challenges or transitions, I would love to support you. I provide a safe place for you learn tangible skills, feel more connected to your body, and develop more choice in life.
(360) 339-6606
Vancouver, Washington 98682
Connie Lynn Hess, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Central to my philosophy of counseling and therapy is my belief that each individual possesses an innate drive toward meaning and purpose, toward competence and fulfillment, and toward a life that answers the questions "who am I", "where am I going ", and "why". In pursuing these goals individuals often encounter obstacles, some thrust upon them and some as a result of their own choices. In my position, I am able to assist clients in identifying and sorting out such obstacles, and then work together to set realistic goals to overcome those limitations.
(503) 925-4118
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Lori J Breeden, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, PhD
“It has been my experience that people seeking therapeutic support have the inner resources and strengths needed to overcome life challenges and often just need a little help from a caring, thoughtful, and direct helping professional. As a therapist, I can provide guidance in identifying strategies and solutions for tapping into your inner strengths and capacity for positive change. I've found that a positive therapeutic relationship serves as a tool for accessing the resilience, insight, and courage needed to make important lifestyle changes that allow individuals and families to live happier, healthier, and more balanced lives.
(360) 797-5964
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Piper Buersmeyer, Psychiatric Nurse  in Vancouver
“My name is Piper Buersmeyer and I am an ANCC board certified Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with prescriptive authority in Washington and Oregon. I treat depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, phobias, OCD, selective mutism, ADHD, ODD & autism. I do not treat addiction issues or schizophrenia.
(360) 703-9100
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Britt Rose Ricci, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“We all go through challenges in life that feel overwhelming and unmanageable. Choosing to find someone who can assist you through this time is a great gift to yourself and those that love you. An important part of this process is finding a therapist who you feel comfortable with and can trust. I provide a safe and supportive environment to work on these issues together and to find a better understanding around how to make positive change in your life. I offer space to explore your issue and also practical feedback around changes that could positively influence the issue at hand.
(360) 553-0268
Vancouver, Washington 98684
Elise C Jones, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Have you felt there was no way for you to move beyond painful experiences? Have you wanted to handle life's challenges with more ease? Have you dreamed of having more fulfillment and meaning in your life? For most, the answer would be yes. Maybe you have tried therapy before and you felt like you really didn't get better? Or, maybe you are considering therapy for the first time? No matter what you have experienced before, therapy can be more than just rehashing what you feel powerless to change.
(360) 663-4076
Vancouver, Washington 98662
Brian J Adams, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I believe one of the greatest attributes of the therapeutic relationship is the ability to be open and honest with your thoughts, feelings, and relationship issues. Therapy is a place where you don't have to worry about being judged or having your statements negatively impact your world. A place where you can feel heard and understood, and receive objective feedback from someone whose sole purpose is to help you to make your life better.
(360) 529-5135
Vancouver, Washington 98683
Gloria J Ramberg, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Seeking help is often a big step toward improving one's life and health. I am a licensed professional counselor with 20 years experience helping individuals with anxiety, depression, life transitions and relational problems. I believe that each of us has the ability to increase personal awareness through therapy and to set and attain goals in a way that will enhance our wellness and increase our ability to interact in the world. I would enjoy helping you in that process. I work in both short and long term modes depending on the needs of the client.
(360) 320-6963
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Debbie Tomasovic, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT
“Since I began providing therapy in 1992, I am reminded again and again that the power is in the relationship and connection between myself and my clients. I've worked extensively with children, teens and families. Much of my work involved helping individuals overcome trauma, including abuse and neglect. I use Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (E.M.D.R.) with clients overcoming trauma or wanting to enhance confidence in their strengths. I teach Dialectical Behavioral Therapy skills to improve coping with stress and intense emotions. Our Attention Deficit Advocacy Program offers workshops and educational DVDs for sale.
(360) 339-8756
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Jennifer Dean, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, CMHS
“Choosing a counselor can be overwhelming. It's a decision that is often made at a time when circumstances and feelings are becoming difficult to cope with. I strive to provide a warm, empathetic, and non-judgmental space for people to learn about themselves. You and I will decide together what counseling approach best suits you. I believe that people are generally doing the best that they can, and see my role as helping to support you as you figure out what's working, what isn't, and how you can get back on track.
(360) 419-6933
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Lane Vander Sluis, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I am Lane Vander Sluis, PsyD. Some psychologists are Christians but I am a Christian psychologist. As a licensed Clinical Psychologist, I earned a Doctorate degree in psychology at George Fox University and a Master's degree from Western Baptist Seminary in Portland. I speak from a Christian perspective. I work with adolescents and adults on a variety of issues including marital, depression, anxiety, and Men's issues We do better than being Survivors. We are meant to be Warriors - traveling light minus the burdens. I also use the Enneagram as part of the assessment and treatment process.
(360) 797-5979
Vancouver, Washington 98661
Argyro Moustakas, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“As Albert Einstein stated, "the world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking." If you are not happy with the way your life is now, then change is needed. I am committed to helping you make changes in your life through genuine support and acceptance. My approach is holistic by recognizing the power of the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual connection. Together, we will explore how current and past experiences influence ways of thinking and behaving, as well as goals and solutions to cope with the distress.
(971) 239-1212
Vancouver, Washington 98683
Jeff Cotta, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Vancouver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LiCSW, SAP
“Struggles in life can make us depressed and anxious. Do you feel that you sometimes don't know where to turn, or feel there is no way to understand the struggles you might be facing? I have over 15 years experience working with adults in a down to earth approach to therapy that allows my clients to feel comfortable and safe opening up and sharing their experiences. I possess an extensive history working with individuals from various backgrounds and walks in life and enjoy doing the job I love. So, if you need some help, please give me a call.
(360) 310-4086
Vancouver, Washington 98663
Malinda Trujillo, Psychologist  in Vancouver
“I am a licensed psychologist who specializes in trauma, anxiety, mood disorders, and multicultural counseling. I provide psychotherapy to adolescents, adults, couples, and families who are coping with a variety of different concerns including PTSD, depression, anxiety, grief, loss, relationships, parenting, spirituality, life transitions, and other concerns you may be coping with. I believe in providing a safe, open, and collaborative environment for you to approach and explore your concerns. Therapy is a journey.You choose your destination, but I can help you develop the tools you need to overcome your barriers and find a value driven authentic life path.
(360) 383-5973
Vancouver, Washington 98663
T. F. (Pepper) Link, Counselor  in Vancouver
“Many of my clients feel stuck, trapped, or blocked from achieving their goals. They often feel disempowered and devalued. Frequently they suffer from a lack of self esteem. I specialize in helping clients to achieve an improved quality of life by using cognitive-behavioral therapy. I have found in the 25 years of using this approach that it is remarkably effective for the vast majority of my clients most of the time. This approach empowers clients to use rational thinking skills to manage the problems of daily living, improve their relationships and enhance the quality of their lives.
(360) 389-2982
Vancouver, Washington 98663
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