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Welcome to the Portland Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Portland, Oregon.

Therapists in Portland

Christine Reeh Vosburg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that each of us have great capacity for personal growth. Psychotherapy can be a powerful and effective modality in the process of better understanding ourselves and in working toward change.
(503) 822-6686
Portland, Oregon 97209
Tamara Pederson, Psychologist  in Portland
“With over 15 years of experience treating children, adolescents, and adults, I offer psychological evaluations and treatment I provide compassionate and positive therapy, using proven methods chosen to address each individual's particular problems, such as depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, and attention and learning disorders. I also provide interventions for children and adults facing health problems. Using science-based interventions to facilitate health and wellness, treatment aims to help clients change health behaviors, manage their health problems and improve their functioning, increase adherence to medical treatments, and develop skills to cope with the life-changing effects of chronic illness.
(503) 610-5062
Portland, Oregon 97214
“I have a wide range of experience over more than twenty years as a psychologist treating substance abuse, domestic abuse and marital/relationship issues, sexual minority issues. I come from a cognitive-behavioral perspective with an emphasis on developing an open, practical, self-determining approach to personal and relationship issues. I support client autonomy and creativity, developing skills and increasing confidence outside the therapy room. I have worked in outpatient mental health clinics, psychiatric inpatient treatment centers and with involuntary as well as voluntary clients.
(503) 379-9572
Portland, Oregon 97215
Heather Devore, Counselor  in Portland
“I believe we each have within us all that we need in order to create the life we desire and that therapy is a collaborative effort between client and therapist to work towards creating this life. I see my role as a therapist to be one in which I inspire clients to open up to the possibilities within themselves and to support, challenge and hold them through that process. I also strongly believe that healing comes from addressing all parts of the self (emotional, physical and spiritual) and bringing these into alignment.
(541) 412-5038
Portland, Oregon 97209
Kyla Hines  in Portland
“**Appointments available evenings and weekends!** As an experienced counselor, I strive to honor my clients in their process and help them achieve their individual and lifestyle goals.I believe that the relationship between therapist and client is very important and I see my role as a collaborative facilitator to assist you in achieving strong mental and emotional health, success, and sustainability. I tailor my therapeutic approach to each individual meeting them where they are at in the moment.
(503) 395-1701
Portland, Oregon 97205
Family Ties Counseling Center, Counselor  in Portland
“We want your closest relationships to be healthy and strong! It could be your marriage or your relationship with your children. Or even with yourself. Often when our relationships are feeling strained, then we feel generally awful in our lives. However, when our relationships are doing great, we typically feel great. You may have conflict in your marriage or your child may be struggling with some particular challenge. We help address the relationship directly, helping everyone's voice be heard.
(503) 343-9495
Portland, Oregon 97214
Annie C Hanaway,   in Portland
“Greetings! I am trained in a compassionate, focused and results-oriented brand of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy called TEAM Therapy that was developed by David Burns, MD at Stanford University. You can read more about this method on my website. As a primary care physician-turned-therapist, I have experience working with people who are struggling with acute or chronic depression, anxiety, troubled relationships, and addictions. I particularly enjoy helping with social anxiety, phobias, body image, disordered eating, GLBT and gender identity issues, as well as struggles related to dating, all sorts of relationships, fertility, and parenting, particularly parenting difficult children.
(503) 713-6316
Portland, Oregon 97221
Bob Edelstein, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MFT
“I love hearing people's stories and exploring what brings them joy and what they struggle with. I work from an Existential-Humanistic perspective. This approach assumes you are responsible for how you exist in the world and how you respond to the conditions and challenges presented to you. The results of this approach are an increased sense of personal power, an ability to be more connected to others, and the discovery of deeper meaning in your life.
(503) 536-1948
Portland, Oregon 97212
Kate Gallagher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT, LPC
“Everyone wants to tell you what to do and you don't need any more advice or judgment. What you need is someone who can listen and help you look at the issue differently so that it becomes solved to your satisfaction. You are an individual and not a diagnosis. I work on remaining non-judgmental, open, accepting, and caring. Whatever the issue, we can work on it together to help you to find solutions. It's time for you to feel better!
(503) 476-9499
Portland, Oregon 97225
Ann Heyen, Psychologist  in Portland
“My focus is on helping people develop more satisfying personal and work relationships, discover and change self-defeating patterns, and increase ability to handle difficult situations. My work with clients is collaborative, positive, and interactive and is aimed at increasing coping strategies, interpersonal skills, self awareness, and self acceptance.
(503) 446-5167
Portland, Oregon 97232
Yael Schweitzer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, BC-DMT
“As a Mindfulness-Based Therapist, people come to me because they want to be heard, and I provide a safe and welcoming space where their voice is heard with respect and a non judgmental approach. I am skilled in listening not just to the spoken word, but also to the body and non verbal expressions. An essential component of my approach is to demonstrate and work with my clients on developing acceptance and compassion to themselves and others. Everyone who seeks therapy for medical, personal and interpersonal reasons is welcome to my clinic. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups.
(971) 236-4069
Portland, Oregon 97232
Lisa M Cutler-Stamm, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with 12 years of experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families. When I work with a client, I strive to collaborate to solve problems and open up opportunities for each individual to experience themselves, their relationships and life in a more positive, and healthy way.
(503) 567-4654
Portland, Oregon 97232
Colleen Burke-Sivers, Counselor  in Portland
“You are courageously looking for help to improve your life, and make it more meaningful. Depression, anxiety, losses or fears may be getting in your way of being who you truly are. I work with people like you who know they can live a more fulfilling life, but are challenged by past hurts, old patterns of thinking or behavior, difficult relationships, and outdated ideas about themselves. I form strong therapeutic relationships with my clients and accompany them on a journey to understand and change what is getting in the way of their natural human tendency to grow and feel peace.
(503) 406-6841
Portland, Oregon 97213
Chrissy Zimmerman, Counselor  in Portland
“I am looking forward to working with adults, couples, families adolescents and/or children (in no particular order) that are interested in art therapy and counseling. I have had 5 years experience in a residential setting with adolescents who struggle with both addictions and mental health concerns. And for another 7 years I worked with children and families in need of significant services at a non-profit organization downtown. I am now primarily working with Clients (like you!) at my private practice in SE Portland and am truly enjoying the experience.
(971) 333-0578
Portland, Oregon 97214
Stephane H. Cohen  in Portland
“Welcome! I am a multicultural and bilingual (French/English) counselor. I am a caring, compassionate and sincere individual that listens intently to your concerns and helps you find solutions. I can help you if you are having difficulties in a relationship, or if you are trying to figure out whether to commit to a relationship. Are you not happy with your career or job and wondering how to make a career change? I can help you find out what career might fit you best and assist you in pursuing a new career path.
(971) 252-3012
Portland, Oregon 97205
Laurie Crandall, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC, NBCC
“I offer professional therapy to support people and families in creating the change and movement they hope for in their lives. People often struggle with life challenges, relationships, unhelpful patterns of behavior, or feeling stuck and unable to make the changes that they want. I believe it is possible to move forward in a fulfilling and healthy way through support, empathy, exploration and collaborative challenge. I specialize in working with: teenager and parent relationships; couples challenges; trauma/stress reactivity; anxiety, attachment issues, depression and mood disorders; life transitions, personality difficulties, and lifestyle/health and wellness.
(503) 536-1231
Portland, Oregon 97232
Paula Wagenbach, Psychologist  in Portland
“Good mental health is one of the essentials for strong, healthy relationships, career success, happy parenting, and good physical health. In my work with clients, I take the whole person - mind and body - into consideration and help her or him build on strengths while developing tools to deal with problems. I see therapy as a collaborative, working relationship. It is crucial that you feel comfortable with me in order to be as open and engaged as possible. I strive to be warm, supportive, and genuine with my clients, while also challenging them to reach their goals.
(503) 388-5606
Portland, Oregon 97232
Ryan Carroll, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“All of us have aspects of our lives that we'd like to be different. I believe in working on specific challenges in our lives to become the best people we can be - whether that's learning to communicate better, working through relationship issues, or just trying to get your head around where you want your life to be. With my compassionate and goal-driven approach, you will be able to make the necessary changes in your life and further yourself along in your journey.
Portland, Oregon 97203
Morgan Fitz Gibbon, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“The focus of my work is to provide an open, understanding environment for each person's unique experience of being. I enjoy working with anyone who is interested in a deepening understanding of the creative spark of individuality that makes you you. There is often pain that comes with living life on your own terms and I am here to support you. Together we will create and explore your goals of embodying your unique self while healing feelings of shame, anxiety, and frustration.
(971) 264-2956
Portland, Oregon 97205
Ava M. Stone, PhD, PC, Psychologist  in Portland
“I offer respectful therapy relationships that emphasize choice, safety and personal change. I respect your life history which provides the context for understanding your gifts and challenges, such as depression, anxiety and/or struggle with relationships. I will invest a good deal of care and effort, and expect you will do the same. Your input is valued and useful in planning our work and between-session assignments. We will work to create an opportunity to bring forth your best self. I will be a genuine person with you. My guiding purpose is doing that which is in your best interest.
(503) 451-6079
Portland, Oregon 97214
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