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Grief Therapists in Eugene
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Alison Prescott, Psychologist  in Eugene
“My practice is very focused on treatment of anxiety and trauma. I have studied various treatment modalities such as EMDR, somatic work, and ego state therapy and have seen good results. It is important to metabolize trauma past memories as appropriate and to build safety and security in the body. I have experience working with early family attachment experiences so that attachment wounds are lessened as well as their impact on present relationships. Processing therapies tend to have better results than "talk" therapies because issues that are activating or traumatic become more settled in the past. I also work with older children and adolescents.
Grief
(541) 727-0539
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Cynthia Roberts, Counselor  in Eugene
“Would you like to heal from past trauma? Would like to create deeper connections within your relationships? Are you looking for a skilled Therapist for your child? Are you pregnant or postpartum and experience feelings of panic, hopelessness, anger, or sadness? Cindy can help.
Grief
(541) 639-3807
Eugene, Oregon 97405
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 I believe that unpacking outdated mental scripts and family of origin patterns is a way to redress one's conception of self.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.
Grief
(541) 246-6193
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Dianne Lobes, Counselor  in Eugene
“My counseling focus is different from most other therapists. I counsel and work on the deep level of conscious choice - the level where our consciousness actually works, and where we can learn to make better choices for ourselves. This is due to my training with Jean Houston, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Joan Borysenko, and my current association with physicist Amit Goswami (from the movie "What the Bleep Do We Know?"), Because of these teachers and many others, I have the understanding and tools, such as The Map of Emotional Recovery, to help folks make immediate and lasting transformations in their lives.
Grief
(541) 233-5049
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Bryna Livingston, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Have you heard yourself saying "woulda, coulda, shoulda" to often in your life? Do you find yourself stuck in indecision and to afraid to move outside of your comfort zone? Are the patterns in your relationships unsatisfying? Do your expectations match your reality? If you aren't sure why your are feeling unhappy or confused, you may just want to be in a safe place while you explore your options in a confidential environment. I offer personal and practical support sorting through life issues.
Grief
(541) 702-1569
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Kristin Funk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“Psychotherapy can provide an opportunity to engage more deeply with yourself and with the powerful forces that shape your life. My aim is to help you encounter and develop a more conscious relationship with these forces--emotions, relationship dynamics, family of origin issues, loss, desires, spiritual beliefs and significant life experiences--so you can experience greater self-awareness, integrity, and satisfaction. My work is influenced by the traditions of social work and depth psychology. I am currently a training candidate with the C.G. Jung Institute of the Pacific Northwest.
Grief
(541) 516-1763
Eugene, Oregon 97401
“In 30+ years of private practice I have worked with a diverse group of people. I am trained in Psychodynamic and Psychoanalytically oriented Psychotherapy. Essentially this means I work to create a therapeutic relationship that facilitates the uncovering, examining and working through of internal conflicts that inhibit the person to fully experience life. Whether the problems manifest in the person's capacity for working, loving or playing it is the working alliance or fully negotiated therapeutic relationship that facilitates the desired changes. Please leave phone number in addition to email.
Grief
(541) 686-0077
Eugene, Oregon 97403
Jessica J Champion, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CADC
“With training and experience in both mental health issues and addictions, I specialize in assisting adults and adolescents with: improving mood, family of origin work, enhancing communication, healing from family substance abuse, integrating identities, exploring spiritual issues, and identifying core values as an anchor in difficult times. I also offer private assessments using American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria to address substance use concerns, identify the appropriate level of care, and explore motivation to change. My goal is to facilitate a nurturing process, tailored to you, that ultimately leads you to a sense of empowerment and connection with others.
Grief
(541) 537-4425
Eugene, Oregon 97401
“I have over 20 years' experience in the addiction and education field in both Spanish and English. I lived in Mexico for four years, worked as an addictions counselor with Spanish speaking clients for nine years, and have been involved in the Latino community for over 30 years. I believe in treating all clients respectfully and creating a therapeutic environment of safety, trust and mutual respect. You have the right to make your own decisions and together we will explore your options. I will work to understand your world and work with you to find helpful perspectives and solutions.
Grief
(541) 233-0262
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Patti Bear, Counselor  in Eugene
“I know that looking for a therapist is difficult. Clients often feel worried about being judged or labeled. My goal is to get to know you so that you feel understood, cared about, and supported. I use a variety of techniques tailored to meet your goals and needs. I have experience with Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness, and a full range of cognitive and behavioral approaches.
Grief
(541) 626-0151
Eugene, Oregon 97401
A. Nicole Ivey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, DCEP
“In-depth, soul centered therapy empowering you to become your own healer, addressing energetic roots and origins of issues and from your own deepest wisdom address the issues you are concerned about for yourself, your relationships, and your family. Being human can be difficult and painful yet does not need to lead to suffering. Together we seek your individualized path to transforming pain and frustrations into loving compassion, balance, and joy. I believe that each individual knows, at the deepest level of their being, what it is that is limiting their growth, joy, and spiritual evolution.
Grief
(541) 525-0938
Eugene, Oregon 97402
“I enjoy working with children and adults ages 3+ to elderly. My experience ranges from individual trauma focused mental health treatment to multi-systems family work. Behavioral issues often make enjoying life a challenge. Children can and do overcome problematic behavioral issues every day and so can your child. I enjoy helping Individuals decrease unwanted symptoms and behaviors and achieve their goals.
Grief
(541) 595-3296
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Ericka Souders, Counselor  in Eugene
“Exploring one's inner world is the greatest adventure and privilege in this life. Therapy is like exploring the wilderness, with all the twists, turns, discoveries, and joys that accompany adventures. When a solid therapeutic relationship is established, the therapist is like the compass who offers direction and a good pair of shoes for comfort. I've joined many courageous individuals for over a decade as they work through challenges related to depression, anxiety, relationships, substance abuse, grief and loss, life transitions, and spiritual growth. My approach is holistic, strengths-based, and client-centered.
Grief
(541) 357-8282
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, LPA, LPC
“The main focus of my practice is addressing the mental health needs of male clients (boys and young men to elders). I am particularly skilled in assisting males address issues that arise around transitional periods of life. For example, these are the challenges of adolescence, adjusting and coping with college and career issues, preparation and adjusting to retirement. I am skilled in helping individuals manage depression, anxiety and other mood disorders. Additionally, I am highly experienced in assisting clients manage substance and technology addictions. Working with boys and men who have anger management challenges is another area of my expertise.
Grief
(541) 516-6095
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Dave Boyer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, CADC, LMFT
“I provide individual, couple and family therapy to residents of Lane County, assisting clients with trauma, anxiety, relationship distress, substance abuse & addiction/recovery issues, life transition difficulties, and other life challenges. I utilize both time-honored and cutting edge therapeutic methods, realizing that therapy must be tailored to each unique individual or couple to be effective. Coming from a systems background, I view problems as being embedded within the context of family, community, employment, educational, legal and other systems - affecting and being influenced by each of these.
Grief
(541) 215-8162
Eugene, Oregon 97401
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.
Grief
(541) 326-4507
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Eugene Relationship Counseling, Counselor  in Eugene
“Asking for help can be a very difficult thing to do. Finding a therapist with whom you feel secure and comfortable can be equally daunting, especially when you are in the midst of emotional and psychological pain. I am invested in cultivating a safe, supportive, and trusting connection intended to improve your choices and enhance your relationships with yourself and others.
Grief
(541) 526-7634
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Kara D Myers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Whatever issues you face, there is hope. You have the option of engaging in a change process for a better life; collaborating together to create a life you love living. Whether you are a parent struggling with your child's challenging behavior, a teenager struggling with your mood, or someone who feels hindered by past traumatic events, we will work together to find practical and sometimes out of the ordinary solutions. You will find a supportive yet directive approach that both empowers and strengthens you to take on the obstacles in your life.
Grief
(541) 879-2781
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Annelise Heitman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT
“I am devoted to providing therapy that is collaborative, strengths-based, and empowering. Because I honor the therapeutic relationship as an opportunity for profound healing and growth I approach my clients with respect, honesty, transparency, and acceptance. Every individual is a unique being and therefore my style is flexible to each client's emotional, mental, personal, cultural, and developmental needs. I believe in the inherent good in people and see most problems as arising out of attempts to adapt to the challenges within an environment and not as individual weaknesses.
Grief
(541) 647-2489
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Kelly Murray, Psychologist  in Eugene
“I work collaboratively with individuals to identify personal goals for change. Insight, skill building and increasing social support resources are some of the approaches I use to help individuals and families to overcome maladaptive thinking patterns, destructive behaviors and move toward a more balanced and healthy life.
Grief
(541) 897-7070
Eugene, Oregon 97401

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