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Therapists in White Salmon

Jennifer Szolnoki, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in White Salmon
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you experiencing a hard time in your relationship, job, health, or other area of your life? Is it difficult to get a handle on it on your own? Do you blame others or yourself, see patterns that you keep repeating, wish you could make different choices? Most of us believe that life should be easier than it is. Our relationships should go smoother, our jobs should be less stressful, and we shouldn't be so rocked by all the change in our lives.
(509) 822-5851
White Salmon, Washington 98672
Paul Grim, Counselor  in White Salmon
“Thank you for viewing my profile. My approach is called "integrative" counseling which is a blend of several different counseling methods and theories. I can do brief solution-oriented counseling or longer term insight-oriented counseling which emphasizes personal growth and transformation. Each client is unique, therefore the therapy should be customized and flexible. With most clients, I focus on their entire lifestyle including physical activity, diet, sleep, work, purpose, and relationships. I'm a big fan of Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs.
(509) 774-5579
White Salmon, Washington 98672
Jane Leu Rekas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in White Salmon
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a mental health therapist and certified hypnotist, in private practice, in Hood River, Oregon. I work with children and adults. I was previously the mental health specialist for Head Start. I have a B.A. '87 in psychology from Reed College, and a Master's in Social Work '92 from Portland State University. I have been an LCSW since 1997. Formerly: Jane Arnell, LCSW, CHt
(971) 285-5679
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White Salmon, Washington 98672
Lori J Elderkin, Counselor  in White Salmon
“I strongly believe in the benefits of therapy for those who seek out change and fulfillment in their lives. Finding a place where you can safely discuss any and all issues in your life is a crucial piece to facilitating this change. I concentrate on each person who is sitting with me and come from an empowerment model in which I believe you have the expertise and answers and I am honored to be joining in this stage of your journey. In sessions I seek out strengths and attempt to assist you in building on those strengths.
(541) 728-2407
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White Salmon, Washington 98672
Roberta M Grant, Counselor  in White Salmon
“My experience is with children, adolescents,and adults with issues of depression, anxiety, abuse, parenting issues, chronic pain, illness, and PTSD/trauma. I use play and art therapy techniques for children who have difficulty verbalizing their emotions. I use outdoor counseling techniques for more active clients such as teens and children. Additionally, I practice therapeutic bodywork. Overall, I offer a safe refuge of a collaborative therapeutic relationship for the traumatized, depressed, or anxious client where they will hopefully gain new coping skills, boundaries, and relationships to replace the traumatic pain they have left behind.www.fluxtherapyllc.com
(541) 207-0336
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White Salmon, Washington 98672
John D Lloyd, Counselor  in White Salmon
“***PLEASE DO NOT USE THE EMAIL IN THIS PROFILE AS I DO NOT RECEIVE THEM IF EMAIL IS THE ONLY WAY TO INITIATE YOUR FIRST CONTACT I CAN BE REACHED AT jdl@gorge.net.*** In the 26+ years I have been practicing psychotherapy my focus has been on establishing a safe, secure relationship with clients so they may explore new ways of being themselves. My therapeutic orientation is eclectic, drawing on a variety of different schools of thought including; interpersonal neurobiology, psychoanalysis, existential, mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral and solution focused. The most important aspect of therapy is providing a safe empathic setting.
(509) 774-2977
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White Salmon, Washington 98672
Sandy M Bushberg, Psychologist  in White Salmon
“I specialize in a newer, overarching model of human behavior called the Psychological Flexibility Model. This newer form of cognitive-behavioral therapy is also called Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). I consider the philosophy and theory behind ACT to represent not just a highly effective, cutting edge therapy, but also a way of life. Since I have incorporated this worldview into my professional and personal life, I have found greater meaning and reward in all areas of my life. I feel honored by my clients who allow me into their lives in such a deeply personal way, and I am greatly enriched by the experience.
(541) 982-4585
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White Salmon, Washington 98672
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