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Therapists in Eugene

Jill Robertson, Counselor  in Eugene
“It takes courage to ask for help...for you and your child/teen. From my experience I have witnessed how influential parents are in terms of the emotional lives of their kids. Therefore my approach often includes some work with you to help you make sense of your child/teen's behaviors and recognize the emotional needs implicit in these behaviors--which may be requiring attention for your child to function and feel better, and make necessary adaptations to difficult family/life situations.
(541) 435-2682
Eugene, Oregon 97402
Erik Sorensen, Psychologist  in Eugene
“When difficulties are overwhelming or serious changes are happening, learning strategies to manage escalating moods, outbursts, fears, and sadness can really help. I provide family and individual based treatment designed to build skills and find your own strengths. Getting people back to where you feel you are doing well as effectively and quickly as possible is my basic goal. Call with questions and check out my website for new client paperwork.
(541) 345-8749
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Sandra Wiley, Counselor  in Eugene
“The shocks and uncertainties of life can result in overwhelming anxiety and unstable mood. As a psychotherapist, I am committed to helping women and men with anxiety, panic attacks, depression, addiction, and PTSD to explore their history and internal wisdom, to discover and overcome the origins of their suffering. Through collaborative exploration, we identify your strengths and coping methods, review the issues you wish to address. Once you identify your strengths and coping methods, and gain more insight into problems that have been keeping you stuck, you will naturally begin to experience a healthy shift in your mood and perspective.
(541) 205-7341
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Sharon Shin Shin Tang, Psychologist  in Eugene
“My expertise lies in working with the effects of trauma such as PTSD, panic attacks, anxiety, chronic pain, addiction and depression. After conducting research with war refugees in Africa in the 90's, I decided to dedicate my career to understanding how people heal from trauma. I have successfully worked with a wide variety of trauma survivors from war veterans to those who were abused as children, helping them find meaning and joy in life again.
(541) 412-6124
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Galyn Forster, Counselor  in Eugene
“Do you long for personal growth and happiness but find yourself struggling with old wounds, criticism, anxiety and self defeating behaviors? The individuals I work with learn to tap into their own natural instinct to heal and thrive. With 20 years experience, I am skilled at helping people find competence and meaning when they thought there was no hope. Together in the adventure of counseling, we explore how your life experiences, relationships and natural mind-body systems currently serve you - well, not so well or quite badly - and then work together to restore strength, balance and vitality.
(541) 246-6040
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Ida Moadab, Psychologist  in Eugene
“Are you ready to overcome challenges and move toward what you really value in your life? My goal as a therapist is to help you learn new ways to respond to difficult emotions and take actions that help you meet your goals. I emphasize evidence-based practice, which means I specialize in treatments that have been researched and have been shown to be effective. I work best with clients who are ready to be curious, open, and honest, and can make time to try out new skills in between sessions.
(541) 507-9128
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Sara McDonough, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR-BC
“I offer clarity, hope and insight to the difficult areas in your life. My style is focused and collaborative, helping clients to change ineffective patterns of behavior, improve communication and create solutions.
(541) 315-3162
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am focused and present with you every session and will teach you how to do this for yourself as well. I am trained in several approaches, but they all boil down to you learning how to listen to your own truths, develop kindness for yourself and others, and tap into the new personal resources you will discover. I believe that when we're willing to look at and make room for everything within us-- the good and bad-- clarity arises, and letting go is possible. You are in charge of the pace.
(541) 326-4507
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Janine McGraw - Willamette Valley Counseling  in Eugene
“I am a marriage and family therapist with an emphasis on understanding and exploring relationships and how they impact an individual and/or a family. I am committed to getting to know you and working with you to determine how best to support your needs and growth in a way that makes most sense to you. I bring my professional experience working in industry for more than 15 years along with an MS in Couples & Family Therapy from The University of Oregon to my work with clients.
(541) 538-2038
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Chuck Craytor  in Eugene
“For over twenty years I have worked in the field of personal and executive coaching, workshop facilitation, and counseling individuals and groups in transition. I have had the opportunity to be involved with people from diverse cultures, and several private and governmental organizations. In 2010 I returned to school to complete a graduate program in mental health counseling. Much of my graduate work and experience is on 'resiliency.' I returned in 2012 from conducting research and training work in Moldova (Eastern Europe) addressing issues of trauma, apathy, abuse and conflict with specific components of resiliency training.
(541) 787-4834
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Caren Beth Liebman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My ideal client is motivated to partner with me in a plan of healing and change. He/She is receptive to natural methods and healing which include stress management and nutritional awareness. This client has some awareness into the problems and is eager for more insight. Use of various methods as well as art therapy are very helpful to this persons continued desire to free themselves from unconscious blockage.
(541) 526-7652
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Jennifer Rachel Fedorov, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“My mission as a therapist is to assist clients in accessing their inner wisdom to form a meaningful response to the challenges that arise in life. I believe relationship is a channel through which great healing can occur and it is often through the therapeutic relationship that this healing can begin. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups who are struggling with a variety of issues that include depression, anxiety, relationship impasse and eating disorders. Please feel free to contact me with any questions if you feel I may be of assistance.
(541) 526-0747
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Ted K. Taylor, Ph.D. P.C., Psychologist  in Eugene
“I have over 15 years' experience working with families of children/adolescents with ADD/ADHD, depression, anxiety and other issues. I take a practical approach to helping families work towards the goals that are most important to you. I rely on treatments that have been proven to work. In addition to extensive clinical experience I also have engaged in research and published a number of widely cited reviews of child/adolescent treatment. I draw on this familiarity with research to keep up to date on improvements in treatment strategies to offer the most current and effective approaches to treatment.
(541) 345-4119
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Linda M Willow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Whether you suffer from depression, anxiety, pain, or even devastating illness or loss(es); it is our thought patterns, refusal to accept reality, and unhealthy habits that often magnify such troubles into catastrophes. By learning how to befriend yourself and work with your mind in constructive ways, you'll not only cope better, but can grow from such troubles, which are often teachers, or doorways to higher levels of wisdom if we seek the messages encased in them. Stop hiding from your life and take the leap with me! "Chaos should be regarded as extremely good news." --Chogyam Trungpa
(541) 243-0073
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Cort Heroy, Counselor  in Eugene
“Developing a comfortable rapport with a therapist is essential to effective treatment. I believe in offering an open and affirming space where clients can bridge the gap between where they feel they are and where they would like to be. I perform therapy that is free from judgment; if it is important to you, it is important to me, and will be addressed with dignity and respect. That being said, I do often use humor in therapy sessions, as laughter can be an invaluable tool in managing and overcoming even the most serious of issues.
(541) 319-7687
Eugene, Oregon 97402
Kari Primo-Liddy, Psychologist  in Eugene
“Life's complex circumstances and relationships can challenge our best coping efforts. Therapy is a brave undertaking which involves attending to feelings, questioning assumptions, and trying new behaviors. As a clinical psychologist who has practiced independently for over 10 years, I draw upon upon scientifically proven methods of cognitive behavioral therapy while tailoring treatment to your particular goals, strengths, and values. We work together to increase self-awareness, alleviate distress, and develop more flexible ways of relating to yourself and others.
(541) 526-7749
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Anita Cowling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT
“I have a focus on empowering clients to find balance and peace in their daily lives. I believe that people are usually doing the best that they can with their circumstances. My hope for counseling is to help you discover strengths and resources internally, in relationships, and in your community. Therapy is collaborative and we work together to increase hope and to strengthen your best self to minimize symptoms and help you reach your goals. I have a special focus on women's issues including infertility, pregnancy loss, postpartum depression, empty nest, and life transitions such as early career, becoming a parent, and aging.
(541) 702-1449
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Lola M Broomberg, Counselor  in Eugene
“Finding the right therapist is vital. The quality of the therapeutic relationship dictates the depth of the work. I am an empowerment-oriented therapist who believes that every person has an impulse towards personal fulfillment. I believe that unpacking outdated mental scripts and family of origin patterns is a way to redress one's conception of self. When witnessed with compassionate attention, clients learn to redress negative personal narratives. My goal is to assist clients in restoring joy and balance. I offer a free half hour meet and greet, to see if working together feels like a match.
(541) 246-6193
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Awaken the Joyous Heart with Cathy Rosewell Jonas, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
“CURRENT OPENINGS: It used to amaze me on how often symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, chronic unhappiness, low energy, and chronic pain are present in those who are struggling to find or reunite with their deeply felt life purpose. This has lead me to combine coaching and counseling strategies to help clients not only heal from the past, but to explore what will bring them the most meaning now. My approach focuses on empowerment, skill building, mindfulness training, useful cognitive-behavioral techniques, and partnering with you to improve your overall sense of well-being and view of life.
(541) 255-4708
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Priya Thiele, Counselor  in Eugene
“Are you going through a difficult time right now which is causing you to feel overwhelmed, anxious or depressed? Do you need support dealing with the loss of a loved one or any other major life event or transition? Is your work or relationships suffering and you want to improve how you relate to others? I can help you process and manage difficult emotions and you will learn coping skills to relieve stress and improve communication. Through our work together you will resolve old issues, regain a sense of control and well-being, and experience a happier calmer state of mind.
(541) 556-1479
Eugene, Oregon 97405

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