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Grief Therapists in Eugene
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Lee Anne Wichmann, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I thoroughly enjoy my work with all of my clients, but especially my work with families and couples. My approach is relational, meaning I help clients understand "what happened" that is causing distress, rather than "what's wrong with you", as my clients have so often heard from other professionals. My therapy is trauma informed, even if trauma is not the presenting concern. I hold deep respect for all clients. The key to successful therapy is the therapeutic relationship, so this is my priority. I also provide both compassion and accountability for therapeutic goals.
Grief
(541) 326-0692
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Marķa Sophia Aguirre, Psychologist  in Eugene
“My goal is to create a safe, supportive, therapeutic environment that fosters well-being, healing, creativity, and growth. I strive to establish a collaborative, empowering atmosphere that strikes the balance between support and challenge. My style is generally warm, casual, direct, and transparent. I am an empathic listener and actively participate in sessions by sharing my observations, fostering insight, and sharing practical feedback to help my clients find relief and to effectively address the challenges of life. I have a passion for helping individuals establish more satisfying, authentic relationships with others and with their own selves.
Grief
(541) 357-8513
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Krista Day-Gloe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EMDR
“My goal as a therapist is to help you restore balance in your life. My approach to therapy is based on building a relationship with you so that you feel comfortable expressing your needs. Once we have created that environment, we will start to explore what may be underlying your current state of distress, identify if there are other contributing factors, and what goals you would like to address in sessions. I believe that each individual has the tools they need to succeed, but sometimes we all need help figuring out how and when to use those tools.
Grief
(541) 210-5312
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Suzanne M Ponsioen, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
“I work with individuals, couples and families to help them overcome and/or cope with anxiety, depression, grief, intimacy and sexuality issues, family conflict, body image & eating disorder issues. My work begins with developing a deep understanding of your goals, needs, and vision of how you want your life and relationships to be. My approach is grounded in respect, openness, and transparency.
Grief
(541) 326-4510
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Vista Counseling in Eugene, Psychologist  in Eugene
“Struggling to find your path? Today you are one step closer. Feeling down? Overwhelmed with worry? Too much conflict in your relationships? Difficulty focusing at work or school? We Can Help. The Vista team is dedicated to helping you reach your full potential. Since 2002 we have helped thousands of individuals, families, and couples overcome conflict, anxiety, depression, and stress. We also can help with trauma and eating disordered behavior. The Vista ADHD Clinic is also available for psychological evaluations to address ADHD and learning challenges.
Grief
(541) 326-4685
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
Jessica Crowder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My approach to therapy lies in creating a supportive, collaborative relationship that honors your individual journey and helps you to make sense of what might feel overwhelming, exhausting, or painful, and ultimately empower you to enact change so you can live a whole and balanced life. As a licensed, clinical social worker, I draw from a variety of strengths-based, best-practice approaches depending on your needs. I see myself as a warm, relatable person with a sense of humor that provides you a safe space to explore obstacles to wellness, however you define that.
Grief
(541) 803-8221
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
“Our practice welcomes adults and children struggling with issues of depression, anxiety, self esteem, childhood trauma, midlife and late life issues for men and women as well as relationship issues. We are a coalition of individual practitioners each with our specialties. We work from a psychodynamic perspective that is individually focused.
Grief
(541) 982-2002
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
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
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
P & P Therapeutic Counseling Inc, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
“Deepen your connection to yourself and others. Gaining relief from symptoms and enhancing your physical and emotional well-being, Learn stress reduction techniques to improve your quality of life, Experience self-awareness, self-acceptance, and personal growth. Enhance your capacity to resolve rather then react to the experiences of life. Learn new behaviors, finding your inner strength, and achieving your goals.
Grief
(541) 716-4537
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Diana Knee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Today you are one step closer to a new you where you feel empowered on a positive path to growth and well-being. As a solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead you to a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary therapy techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
Grief
(541) 686-3028
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Cathy Rosewell Jonas, LCSW, Counseling & Coaching, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
“CURRENT OPENINGS. Helping you rediscover hope, the passion and courage to pursue heartfelt dreams, and to live with greater joy is my focus. 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 the most meaning now. Together, we can address symptoms of stress, anxiety, depression, insomnia, relationship issues, chronic unhappiness, low energy, deflated self-esteem, and chronic pain then work together to find (or reunite you) with what brings you the most happiness, which may even include finding your deeply felt life purpose.
Grief
(541) 255-4708
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Dennis J Viene, Psychologist  in Eugene
“I use an integrative therapeutic approach that emphasizes the humanistic aspects and uniqueness of each individual. My approach utilizes your strengths while identifying difficulties that have hindered your ability to take full advantage of your potential. I explore with you repetitive themes, recurring situations and behavioral patterns. Together we work on resolving difficult issues to promote increased self-awareness, understanding, and a state of wellbeing. I will assist you in developing effective ways of relating to yourself and others.
Grief
(541) 342-8208
Eugene, Oregon 97401
David Lechnyr, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“David specializes in providing individual and marital therapy for adults suffering from depression, chronic pain, anxiety, panic attacks, assertiveness skills and relationship communication issues. When the symptoms of extreme sadness and stress start interfering with our life, we start having real difficulties. We start making the same mistakes over and over again. For depression and anxiety, David focuses on the root causes behind our feelings and actions. For marital therapy, David emphasizes both communication skills and issues of trust recovery between both partners. With issues of divorce, the choices we make can backfire without clear understanding of the cause.
Grief
(541) 705-4666
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Debra L Jackson, Psychologist  in Eugene
“I specializes in the treatment of couples, and also enjoy providing adult individual psychotherapy. I have pursued years of continuing education with many of the nationally recognized relationship treatment experts and have attended "Couple Therapy" training seminars sponsored by Harvard Medical School. I have over 30 years of professional counseling service experience. Please see my website @ www.DebraJacksonPhD.com for more specific information about me and my therapeutic style and treatment approach with individuals and couples. Thanks Debra
Grief
(541) 362-3372
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Wendy Park, Psychiatric Nurse  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, PhD, CNS-PP, BC
“I am a psychiatric medication management provider who specializes in treatment for depression and anxiety, and who has an interest in psychotherapy as well. I provide supportive psychotherapy to my clients throughout the medication management process because I believe medication is an adjunct for most people to the real work that is needed. I also offer individual psychotherapy services.
Grief
(541) 321-0866
Eugene, Oregon 97401
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

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