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Grief Therapists in Eugene
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Rachel R. Chester, PsyD, LLC, Psychologist  in Eugene
“I provide compassionate, creative, and collaborative individual and family therapy that supports people as well as families in navigating through difficult situations in their lives. My goal is to help adults recognize and utilize their personal strengths as well as develop insight about them self to create lasting change that will enhance their life. When working with children and families, I create a safe place for children and adolescents to express their thoughts and work through their emotions. I collaborate with parents, teachers, and medical professionals to develop individualized treatment and support.
Grief
(541) 516-1485
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Michelle Hogan  in Eugene
“I enjoy providing a space for individuals, couples, and families to explore their strengths and identify the areas where they would like to see change. I provide an eclectic approach to meet individuals, couples, and families where they are. I believe that change is possible and I honor the courage that it takes to confront issues in one's life.
Grief
(541) 272-3221
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Melissa Gomsrud, Counselor  in Eugene
“I enjoy supporting children and families. My style is warm and down to earth. I use a variety of therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Brief Solution Focused Therapy, and Play Therapy to assist you, or your child, in sharing your story, resolve conflicts and accomplishing peaceful change. It is my belief that problems are often developed and sustained through well-established, and often unconscious, habits of thinking and behavior. I provide a safe setting, and have a respectful approach, to addressing problems. I work in partnership with you, utilizing your strengths and resources to create positive change!
Grief
(541) 361-5087
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Tamara L Hughes, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“If you are feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, sad, or scared, you do not have to go through this alone. In a collaborative approach to therapy, we can work together to identify the areas that you want to change, draw from your strengths, and establish an individualized wellness plan. I believe that change is possible and want to help empower you to change unhealthy patterns and reach your goals, or just to help you get to a place where you feel better and feel like yourself again.
Grief
(541) 727-0555
Eugene, Oregon 97401
“Having worked at a community mental health center for 15 years, and residential counseling for teens before that, I have experience with a wide diversity of client's and issues. I particularly enjoy doing relationship counseling. Most of my clients have issues of depression, anxiety, anger management, personality disorders and serious and persistent mental illnesses like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. I am respectful of all spiritual traditions and have worked with people from different sexual orientations.
Grief
(541) 213-2154
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
Teresa Kintigh, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have enjoyed my work with children, families, couples and individuals, especially young children and their parent(s). I believe that parents are the greatest resource for their children throughout their lives and as such, sometimes need additional information and support themselves. I am a collaborative and respectful therapist who values compassion, understanding and openness. My work is guided by attachment and trauma informed methods and an understanding of how individuals are impacted by the environments and experiences they are exposed to.
Grief
(541) 526-7648
Eugene, Oregon 97401
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
Kathy Chilton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I work with individuals, couples, and families on a variety of issues including: parenting and school issues, TAG, underachievement, and learning disabilities; trauma healing; healthy communication; relationship dynamics; anxiety and depression; and chronic illness. People do the best they can at any given time. Sometimes life brings challenges which can overwhelm an individual's, couple's or family's resources. I work with clients to assess their current situation, identify goals, and develop strategies to meet those goals in a timely manner. My clients find ways to supplement existing coping skills and develop new approaches to replace ineffective strategies.
Grief
(541) 423-2099
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Sandra T Gorchow, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Greetings! I am a sincerely nice person who will connect in a very beneficial way with you...I have a talent for developing positive, dynamic relationships with all of my clients, regardless of their age and circumstance. I know that the most powerful factor in successful therapy is the relationship itself. What is integral to that winning relationship is my ability to be warm, respectful, to listen carefully in order to learn more about your world. I see each person as a unique individual, who brings many strengths to the table, as well as challenges.
Grief
(619) 324-5940
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
Joyce Baker, Counselor  in Eugene
“I enjoy helping people sort out issues that keep them stuck in old patterns, choices, family of origin patterns - and fate - that prevent them from living more authentically. We wonder why we keep repeating behaviors that make us miserable and keep us from our intended goals. My thirty plus years of practice gives me a broad perspective on how to help people live a healthier, more fully functioning life. I also work with people who care for a family member with dementia. I know the blessings and challenges of this task.
Grief
(541) 897-6852
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Rachelle Cornelius, Counselor  in Eugene
“I offer a creative approach to therapy for people who are looking to find meaning and depth in their lives whether it is through the opportunities or challenges of life such as with spiritual emergence or exploration, environmental concern, chronic illness, life transitions or goals. My approach is intuitive, integrative with all aspects of life and is heart, soul, and body based.
Grief
(541) 233-0260
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Mark J Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“"I establish rapport easily with people and I accept people exactly where they are when they come to my office. I create a safe, trusting environment in which a therapeutic relationship can develop. Counseling is an opportunity to learn new skills which may include: setting boundaries, making healthy decisions, self honesty, managing stress and anxiety. As a person begins to have a healthier relationship with themselves, it allows them to take ownership of their life and manage it more productively. Although therapy can be challenging and difficult at times, it is also exciting, liberating and gratifying."
Grief
(541) 729-4074
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Robin Holmes, Psychologist  in Eugene
“I enjoy working with a wide variety of clients from all walks of life. It is a privilege to be entrusted with helping someone when they are in their most vulnerable state: in need of help. Whether you are seeking individual or couples therapy, I am excited to help you navigate the barriers or difficulties in your life that are keeping you from successfully living and thriving.
Grief
(541) 394-0646
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Jamie Guyn, Counselor  in Eugene
“"There's nothing wrong with you that what's right with you can't fix." I will help you discover your strengths and wisdom in order to make positive, sustainable transformations in how you approach life's challenges. My emphasis is on using the counseling relationship to create a safe, affirming, respectful place for clients to work on transforming old patterns. Whether it is healing from trauma, creating healthy relationship skills, or integrating healthy habits, I firmly believe you are capable of making the changes that will move you from confusion and doubt to clarity and confidence.
Grief
(541) 362-1928
Eugene, Oregon 97401
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
Jeni Hinton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I love working with people of all ages and backgrounds. Especially those individuals who are hoping to experience the therapeutic relationship as a vehicle for self-discovery and self-acceptance. This could be within the depths of depression, severe anxiety, grief and loss, chronic illness or a life transition. I believe that a significant amount of personal growth can occur when an individual is given a safe space to explore their emotions and a supportive guide to assist them in navigating through them.
Grief
(541) 392-4426
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Suzanne Mcdonald LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
“When walking into a therapists' office, it is common to be filled with many questions about therapy and how it works. I see therapy as a collaborative relationship between the therapist and client in which we work together to achieve mutually agreed upon goals. Whether you are an individual, couple, or a family with young children or teens I work with each one of you to establish a strong supportive working relationship. It is my belief that human beings possess the strengths and resources they need to solve their problems.
Grief
(541) 359-4344
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Erica L Freeman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I most enjoy working with you, someone motivated to find help. I will help you learn to cope effectively with depression, anxiety, bipolar and trauma disorders and I have for over 12 years. You could be individual, couple, family or in groups. Adolescents and adults are my focus. I will help you with stress or horrifying traumas, deaths, diagnoses. Experiencing the miracle of birth? Struggling with perinatal mood difficulties, sometimes mood and anxieties? I can help. I will teach you skills which enable and empower you to feel happy, stable, and so you can become independent again.
Grief
(541) 345-7010
Eugene, Oregon 97401

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