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Grief Therapists in Eugene
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

Suzanne Gascoyne, Ph.D., LLC, Psychologist  in Eugene
“I have a practical approach and do insight and emotionally based psychotherapy. I like a variety of issues and personalities. My work frequently includes self-esteem and relationship issues, transitions, anxiety, depression, and mood disorders, gender and sexual issues, multicultural issues, acute and chronic trauma issues, and loss. I deeply value the therapeutic relationship and see it as the cornerstone to most of what happens in psychotherapy. I have a growth oriented rather than pathology based paradigm and I tend to really like and enjoy the people that I work with.
Grief
(541) 378-6781
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
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 I believe that unpacking outdated mental scripts and family of origin patterns is a way to redress one's conception of self.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
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
Nancy J Fletcher, Counselor  in Eugene
“My role as therapist is to assist people to know their own innate goodness and inner peace. The specialty of my 30+-year therapy practice has been the resolution of painful relationships, including those from childhood. For example, I have considerable experience helping women to recover from the effects of childhood sexual abuse. I also have experience with and enjoy helping individuals interested in personal growth, resolving issues of grief, depression, and/or anxiety, and exploring spirituality, and with couples who want to improve or enhance their relationship.
Grief
(541) 362-8218
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
“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
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
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
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
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
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.
Grief
(541) 435-2682
Eugene, Oregon 97402
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) 510-3089
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
Cynthia Healey, Psychologist  in Eugene
“My first intention is for you to feel empowered, nurtured and strengthened by the work we do together. I believe whole-heartedly that you deserve your best life and together we will remove the obstacles that are standing in the way of your well-being. I work with adults and youth experiencing anxiety, depression, difficult life transitions, family strain, trauma recovery, and the desire for greater peace and happiness. Together we will define and design your "special recipe" for balance, ease, and joy. I help people tap in to their own wisdom for healing and making their dreams manifest.
Grief
(541) 626-0171
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Art with Grace Counseling  in Eugene
“Art with Grace Counseling is where ART meets HEALING. Art therapy uses the creative process to improve a person's well-being. The opportunity to communicate concerns, challenging experiences and/or feelings through creative expression can lead to awareness and insight traditional talk therapy may not reveal. I often hear from clients "how do I explain this" or "I can't find the words". When words can't express it, art can. With art therapy, you can CREATE, HEAL, GROW.
Grief
(614) 702-2531
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Gail Spinks, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I believe that exploring the meaning of life's beauties and tragedies through therapy can create a deeper sense of self and foster wholeness. Therapy can and should be a life-changing process. The journey toward healthy relationships and emotional healing may be rocky at times, but the rewards are invaluable. I work from a psychodynamic perspective, with the integration of family systems, object relations, and inter-subjective theories. I see clients who seek to improve relationships; heal from depression, anxiety, loss, and trauma; and discover meaningful purpose for their lives.
Grief
(541) 612-4400
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
Sandra G. Stubbs, Pastoral Counselor  in Eugene
Pastoral Counselor, MA
“I have worked in the field of Christian ministry, pastoral counsel, workshop facilitation, coaching, and governmental law for over twenty years. In 2011, I returned to school to complete a graduate program in Clinical Counseling. Subsequently, I opened the iFS Center in the Eugene community. The iFS Center is comprised of interactive coaches and therapists that offer a broad scope of services. We provide integrative, solution-focused, therapy for groups, couples and individuals that are affected by behavioral issues, life adjustments, grief and loss, anxieties, relationship issues, thyroidism, PTSD, depression, and more.
Grief
(571) 350-3276
Eugene, Oregon 97404
“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

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