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Therapists in Beaverton

Dave Terletzky, Psychologist  in Beaverton
“You are searching these pages for help, for clarity, for healing. I've been helping adults and children understand themselves and their relationships for over 20 years. You are not just an individual with a problem; you are a person in context to your past, your future and your present. My approach in therapy involves seeing us in the context of relationships with ourselves and others. As we come to understand who we are in those relationships we have opportunities for healing, for reconciliation, for growth.
(971) 832-5655
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Heather Anne Harrison, LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Beaverton
“I view counseling as a partnership between the client and myself. I encourage you to build on your strengths, while helping you change old patterns and discover strategies that are more effective. I enjoy working with adolescence, couples, families and individuals. Each person is unique. I will facilitate you in understanding, clarifying and applying your values to your life. As a Christian, I am aware of the influence my values have and I endeavor to help clients clarify and implement their own values.
(503) 444-9513
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Mike Siegel, Counselor  in Beaverton
“Both the positive as well as the challenging experiences in life shape our beliefs about who we are. We can feel stuck and not realize how our beliefs influence how we think, feel, and behave. Working together to identify the self-doubts and negative beliefs that may be keeping you in that stuck place you will become increasingly aware of patterns of behavior that may be an obstacle to achieving what you want. This creates the opportunity to shift your focus to learning new ways of approaching challenges that may be more successful in all aspects of your life.
(503) 451-6687
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Michael J Kadera, Counselor  in Beaverton
“The decision to seek counseling is a courageous step. I believe this courage stems from a desire to be well, to be heard and affirmed, to have our needs met, to be empowered, a desire to live out of the truth of who we are and become the authors of our own lives. While each of us has a life story that is unique, I believe this desire is shared by all. As a counselor, I am privileged to provide a safe, professional, and supportive environment wherein individuals and couples can develop new tools to heal, learn and grow.
(503) 406-4941
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Patty Muller, Counselor  in Beaverton
“How on earth are you supposed to choose something as important as a therapist from a two-dimensional blurb on the internet? It's impossible to really get a sense of who a person is from a listing like this, so I invite you to risk a phone call. Or you can visit my website & watch a short video of me, & get a sense for my energy & style. Change doesn't have to take years of sessions, but it doesn't happen overnight either. And nothing changes at all unless you take that first step towards the life you want.
(503) 913-4201
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
Western Psychological & Counseling Services, P.C., Counselor  in Beaverton
“Counseling is a personal choice to find a safe, comfortable place, and partner with a therapist who can assist you in the process of overcoming anxiety, stress, relationship struggles, depression, losses, trauma and grieving. It is my joy to assist you from a mental, emotional and spiritual basis. My worldview is Christian, and I believe God can make a difference in our approach to the invasive struggles of life.
(503) 451-6599 x317
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
Marsha A. Green, Psychologist  in Beaverton
“I specialize in psychological assessment and treatment of older adults, and tend to focus on the intersection of medical and mental health concerns. My work across a number of clinical and research settings in clinical psychology honed my desire to provide holistic, person-focused treatment. I also love research, organizational consultation, and teaching.
(503) 487-0219
Beaverton, Oregon 97007
Don Taylor, Psychiatric Nurse  in Beaverton
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MS, RN, PMHNP, BC
“My practice focuses on individualizing care for each of my clients, and allowing each person to utilize their strengths to improve their own health and build the best future possible. I treat symptoms of depression, anxiety, effects of past traumas, and other challenges that are impacting daily life. To do so, I work to find a balance of psychotherapy and/or medication that best meets the needs for each person.
(503) 438-4317
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
Lindsay Leadbetter DeGroot, Counselor  in Beaverton
“NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS--- I work with children, adolescents, families, couples and individuals who are dealing with issues such as anxiety, depression, sexual abuse, domestic violence, school-related issues, family conflict, relationship issues, and much more. My passion for helping people maintain balanced and healthy relationships through self-exploration in a caring supportive environment is paramount to my practice. I help clients to explore the past, the ways in which they are coping with challenges that aren't working well for them right now, consider the ways they would like their lives to change in the future, and help them to make those changes.
(406) 686-0369
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Lianne Lennert, Psychologist  in Beaverton
“My ideal clients are those who are bright, creative, and willing to face the things they don't like about themselves. Often they are people who have tried over and over to heal a particular area of pain, or overcome a particular stuck place, but haven't yet gotten where they want to be. In the safety and playfulness of therapy, my clients have the chance to try out new solutions, stepping out of the entangling past into new resources and new ways of being.
(971) 225-0942
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Alana C. Raber, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Beaverton
“At some point in our lives, it is not uncommon to find ourselves struggling with the unexpected life situations brought on by medical conditions, disability, or the demands of work, family, health and life. I am specialized in the treatment of emotional adjustment difficulties brought on by medical conditions and disability, brain injury, trauma in adulthood, work-life balance, caregiving demands, and demanding academic and professional careers. Specifically, I work with ordinary people attempting to cope with demanding and the oftentimes unexpected twists and turns of life.
(503) 926-6361
Beaverton, Oregon 97006
A Healing Intention, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beaverton
“I am passionate about personal growth and self-actualization which can emerge through the therapeutic process. I believe everything that occurs in life is not by accident, but are in fact lessons to be used in grasping one's own meaning of life. Although I tend to favor experiential approaches, my theoretical orientation focuses on an integrative style of therapy. I begin with the client gradually building a foundation of acceptance and trust that is both affirming and non-judgmental. A successful therapeutic relationship is built upon making a connection through engagement allowing a client the freedom to just "be."
(503) 925-3306
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Shawna Oliver, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beaverton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are times when life feels overwhelming and stressful. This can lead to feelings of isolation, depression and conflict in relationships. With support and guidance new skills can be developed that lead to making positive differences. I provide a supportive environment where individuals and couples have the opportunity to express their thoughts and feeling, where new insights can be developed, where communication and understanding can be strengthened and self-esteem can be increased. Change can happen with support and guidance.
(503) 305-4141
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Jennifer Jones  in Beaverton
“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
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Maci N Elkins Lcsw, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Beaverton
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MA
“I've been working with children, adolescents, and families for almost 20 years. As a parent myself, I'm familiar with the growing pains of raising a family. Each new day can be an adventure, whether we want it to be or not. I can assist you as you navigate through the ups and downs of family life and parenting. I believe it's 'easier to build a child than to repair an adult.' Building a resilient, happy child begins at birth. Fostering resilience in your children through effective parenting is a gift they will have throughout their lives.
(503) 713-6083
Beaverton, Oregon 97008
Maggie Marmaduke Breitenstein, Counselor  in Beaverton
“It is my belief that people find their problems to be oppressive and desire relief from them. I work from a systemic perspective and believe that symptoms are sustained through habits, cycles, and through meaning made of life. I work collaboratively and utilize my client's world view, strengths and resources. As appropriate, I utilize cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness practices, EMDR, hypnosis, TAT, and/or EFT.
(503) 512-6249
Beaverton, Oregon 97008
Camille Keith  in Beaverton
“Looking for a counselor can be an intimidating experience. You may be feeling overwhelmed, which has led you to seek help in the first place. I strive to create a welcoming environment where you will feel safe discussing the issues that are important to you. These issues may be related to your career or family. Or perhaps you want to reclaim your identity by exploring issues related to your culture, sexuality, gender, or spirituality.
(971) 703-5753
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Sara Pitkanen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Beaverton
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT
“Seeking therapy is a courageous step to take when faced with problems that feel overwhelming. Often times people are deterred by the idea of seeking therapy because they imagine a long term, intensive process; but the reality is that most people can benefit from brief treatment (8-12 sessions). My work with clients is goal directed and builds on the strengths and resources that people often already have in their lives (but don't recognize themselves). I offer clients a warm and accepting environment, and use a balance of insight-oriented work, practical skill-development, and relationship repair/strengthening.
(503) 926-6371
Beaverton, Oregon 97007
Helen Tuggy, Psychologist  in Beaverton
“Maybe you can do it by yourself--and maybe it can be quicker and easier with help. Sometimes you need advice and information, sometimes you need a good listener, and sometimes you just might need cutting edge interventions. Whether the challenges are uncomfortable feelings, difficult things that have happened to you, relationship pain, or other stumbling blocks, we'll work together to figure it out. We'll start with what you want different in your life, and along the way you'll deepen your access to the innate wisdom and knowing inside you, so that ultimately you can end up with more of what you really want and more of the real you.
(503) 520-0912
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
Kathy Lefor, Counselor  in Beaverton
“Are you feeling sad, anxious, angry,or lonely? Are these feelings keeping you awake at night or causing difficulties in your relationships? Perhaps it is time to consider professional counseling. Within a safe and confidential setting, I help clients resolve current life issues and heal past events/traumas that continue to create problems. My approach is collaborative, within the context of a trusting, nonjudgmental relationship.
(971) 322-8672
Beaverton, Oregon 97005
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