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Therapists in Eugene

Elizabeth Davis Akers, Counselor  in Eugene
“I believe things can get better, that clients can heal from past hurts, get through tough situations, and adjust to new realities. I facilitate finding answers to what is troubling each client, changing the way they relate to problems, improving how they feel about themselves, and coming to experience the joy-filled life they deserve. I assist clients through integrative and person-centered psychotherapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and the Twelve Steps.
(541) 238-2225
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Susan Remmers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“You have already started taking steps towards making things better for you, your adolescent or your child by having the courage to ask for help. I believe that the ability to connect, support, motivate and encourage all ages of people to create positive change takes exceptional skills, knowledge, commitment, compassion and a sincere joy of working with those who are experiencing pain or challenging behaviors that interfere with overall life functioning and satisfaction. I respect and support your decision to actively seek out and participate in the healing process, in whatever shape and form it takes.
(541) 237-8719
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Rosemarie Eisenberg,   in Eugene
“What we think really matters! Whether our beliefs move us forward, or hold us back, is what hypnosis is all about. So much of what we believe about ourselves is stored in our subconscious minds and may be based on false or out dated beliefs. I love working with hypnosis because it helps you to let go of self limiting beliefs and to tap into your own unique strengths and capabilities. It empowers you by enhancing confidence in your ability to make positive changes, to take on life's challenges and to create a more prosperous, healthy and satisfying life.
(541) 526-7711
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Robin Grace, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Difficulties with transitions and relational issues with family, friends, co-workers, lovers and self, inspire people to consult a therapist. Some struggle with loss while others are afraid to risk, for fear of losing love. In therapy we hope to expand one's capacity to be reflective vs. reactive, which is essential for dealing with emotional and physical pain. I welcome individuals and couples. My practice attracts people interested in developing creativity, professional success and fulfilling relationships.
(541) 639-4291
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Sally A O'Donnell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have worked as a therapist and social worker for over 10 years. My specialization is working with adults who are experiencing life transitions. This includes problems in a relationship, divorce, serious illness, addiction or loss. My joy is helping clients identify solutions to problems in a supportive and safe environment.
(541) 516-6213
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Nicole Brule, Psychologist  in Eugene
“In therapy I work collaboratively with clients, offering support and guidance in resolving their concerns. We work together to improve ways of coping, increase self-acceptance, and raise awareness of the impact of their thoughts and feelings. My intention is to empower clients to increase health in their relationships, overcome barriers, and reconnect with their goals for the future. First and foremost we work together to establish an open and engaging relationship, and the environment of safety and trust that is essential for exploring challenging issues, thoughts and feelings.
(541) 237-7284
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Henrietta Knox MA LPC, Counselor  in Eugene
“Are you experiencing depression, grief or loss? Are you struggling with anxiety, panic, worry, compulsive behaviors/ thoughts? Do you face challenges in your marriage or relationship? Do you have questions about your identity or have low selfesteem? Have you experienced Trauma? I believe that life is a journey, with individual challenges and opportunities. All of us need help along the way from different people around us. I am passionate about listening to you and assisting you on your journey to emotional health, personal growth and discovering your potential, healthy relationships,or help you when you encounter roadblocks in your journey.
(541) 516-6099
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Maggie Hadley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Relationships, life transitions and losses can present significant challenges in our lives. Therapy is a collaborative process providing support toward healing, discovery and transformation. I work with individuals, couples, children and families facilitating understanding, communication and change. Specializations include working with complex trauma, mindfulness and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to increase awareness and gain skills for managing emotions and relationships, and working with both opposite sex and same sex couples and parents. In addition, I am a certified suicide prevention educator. I look forward to meeting you and learning how I can support you in moving toward your goals.
(541) 663-4397 x21
Eugene, Oregon 97401
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.
(541) 342-8208
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Jack B. Wills, MS. L.P.A., Psychological Associate  in Eugene
“Life can be challenging. Sometimes our abiltiy to cope, maintain emotional equilibrium and communicate effectively in relationships is compromised by events, circumstances, personal patterns, and people. My goal is to help you navigate the shoals of life and develop improved coping, increased resilience, and enhanced communication and relational skills. I also focus on developing mindfulness skills to enhance awareness, support adaptation and facilitate change.
(541) 526-5350
Eugene, Oregon 97403
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.
(541) 897-7070
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Steve Pethick, PhD, Psychologist  in Eugene
“I have been involved in research, assessment and treatment of AD/HD for the past 18 years. Individuals with AD/HD usually experience difficulty with focus and concentration. However, they also experience difficulties with procrastination, time management, planning, organizing, and completing projects at home, work and/or in school. There may also be difficulties with delaying gratification, impulse control, memory, and feelings of restlessness. These symptoms impact work, school, friendships, family, intimate relationships, and overall quality of life. An accurate assessment of AD/HD is an important step toward getting help.
(541) 639-4656
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Dora Parys, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you facing major life transitions or feel overhelmed by life changes, strained relationships or significant losses? Together we will work to explore new possibilities, expand your understanding of self, solidify your strenghts and foster hope about the future. You will grow, shift assumptions about self and feel in control. I believe that personal growth is always possible even when faced with most difficult situations. Sometimes it is the smallest changes we make that are most important.
(541) 237-7085
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.
(541) 213-2154
Eugene, Oregon 97405
Stuart E. Silberman, Psy.D., LLC, Psychologist  in Eugene
“My practice is built around providing individual therapy and EEG Neurofeedback to adults and adolescents. I believe that therapy can be tremendously beneficial in many ways, but particularly in offering an opportunity to look at life experiences and difficulties within an environment that emphasizes a strong, appropriate, and trusting relationship between client and therapist. I provide psychological assessment of difficult to treat cases for diagnostic clarification to ensure the treatment provided adequately target the issues presented.
(541) 372-6011
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.
(541) 612-4400
Eugene, Oregon 97401
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.
(541) 626-0171
Eugene, Oregon 97405
“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.
(541) 686-0077
Eugene, Oregon 97403
Joann Zumbrunnen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Eugene
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BS, MSW, LCSW
“I help clients work toward sustainable change addressing short-term stressors and deeper issues. Therapy may illicit emotional discomfort, but the discomfort is usually temporary. My clinical work is informed by Attachment-styles, Solution-focused and Systemic theories, in addition to mindfulness and somatic based practices. I work with people who struggle with food, weight, body and relationship issues. I have been a hospice social worker and value the efforts of individuals and couples who are facing chronic or terminal illness. I welcome caregivers or those who have lost a loved one.
(541) 402-4535
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Patricia Henry-Schneider, Counselor  in Eugene
“"My approach to counseling is eclectic. To me that means that my ideas concerning human growth and development and my ideas concerning treatment strategies come from a variety of theories and practices. I see my primary counseling purpose as being one of assisting the client to achieve self-defined goals and to overcome problems that interfere with these goals. This process may involve problem-solving regarding specific current issues. It is likely to involve exploring past experiences to help understand how they have impacted personality development and/or habitual response patterns.
(541) 418-0770
Eugene, Oregon 97401
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