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Couples Counseling Therapists in Lincoln%2bcity

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Deanne Bishop, Counselor  in Newport
“I believe that people want and need to feel a sense of connection and belonging, but they don't always know how to relate in effective and satisfying ways. As a result, difficulties can show up in their relationships with their partners, children, co-workers, or even in their relationship with themselves. Sometimes there is an external event, such as a separation, death in the family, trauma, or life transition that contributes to people's distress. Other times, feelings of discontent, confusion, anxiety, or depression may arise without understanding the source of those feelings.
Couples Counseling
(541) 238-2096
Newport, Oregon 97365
Meredith Maislen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newport
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MEd, LCSW
“I have discovered that the solution to every problem is available within the heart and mind of every person and that each person has the innate capacity to access their own wisdom in order to move through whatever life brings them. Because of this, our work together is inherently empowering, positive and life-transformational. Whether issues are from the past or from the present, whether they arise from the mind, emotions or physical body, the whole person is taken into consideration. Using powerful releasing techniques relief can be easily and effortlessly experienced.
Couples Counseling
(541) 241-3795
Newport, Oregon 97365
Lyla Hill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newport
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADCII
“I work with people facing stressful Family Dynamics, Relationship Issues and life Transitions. My expertise extends to working with Alcoholism/Drug Addiction, Sex Addiction and Adult Children from Dysfunctional Families. I believe people possess within themselves all they need to facilitate change and healing.
Couples Counseling
(541) 639-4705
Newport, Oregon 97365
Jeni Hinton, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Waldport
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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.
Couples Counseling
(541) 392-4426
Waldport, Oregon 97394
Rose Jade, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newport
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, JD, LMT
“If you are having to cope with a recent trauma, a major family or life transition, or have been managing a chronic physical or psychological challenge, I am available to help. I will listen to you and work to create a safe environment for meaningful connection. Talking things out with a caring professional -- when you are ready -- can help clarify issues and provide you with needed nonjudgmental support. When we feel seen, heard, and emotionally supported, we tend to feel more hopeful about ourselves, and more connected with others and with the world. Habits can change. New relationships can blossom.
Couples Counseling
(541) 961-8423
Newport, Oregon 97365
Naomi Josiah, LPC, Counselor  in Newport
“The ultimate source of wisdom and change is within the individual, whose natural impulse is toward healing, understanding and meaning. The quality of past experiences can define our lives. We have learned to shut down and hold our energy back to survive. In the safe, respectful, and caring environment of counseling, I help people use the process of mindful awareness toward the discovery of their body/mind/emotional condition. Through counseling, clients have the opportunity to move beyond their restricting beliefs and painful experiences and discover more fulfilling and self-nurturing ways of being in the world.
Couples Counseling
(541) 233-4725
Newport, Oregon 97365
Bruce Fairman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Newport
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LPC, NCC
“The most important relationship we have is with ourselves; the better that relationship, the better the life. As a therapist, my goals are to support you to figure out what YOU want in your life, and to help you design that life. You can manage your life. We all have individual strengths and weaknesses. I will work with you to explore and develop your strengths; and become more aware of, and use less, self-sabotaging habits. I am an open, non-judgmental and discerning individual, providing a comfortable, confidential and non-threatening space for you to address your concerns.
Couples Counseling
(541) 265-6148
Newport, Oregon 97365
Susan Elizabeth Balloun, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lincoln City
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My practice consists of 20 years in Portland and five years on the central Oregon coast. I have found that almost everyone will experience times in their life that are too big to handle on their own, times when outside, understanding neutral help is sought. These times can be traumatic Times that are about transitions, grief and loss The inevitable transitions we all experience can sometimes be challenging and/or painful. They can be starting a family, moving, a new job, infidelity, loss and grief. For couples there can be a loss of connection, which can also bring about feeling of loss and grief.
Couples Counseling
(541) 595-8991
Ishah Nicoll Roads-Pultz  in Newport
“I believe that everyone holds the tools to reach their maximum potential in life. Sometimes we get stuck, needing guidance, direction and support. These are some of the many benefits that counseling can provide for you. During our sessions together we will take a look at behaviors which interfere with your quality of life. Therapy can allow you to take on a new perspective of your current situation, and guide you on the path toward growth and change. I will provide you a safe and non-judgmental atmosphere to allow you to discover the path to best life.
Couples Counseling
(541) 516-1115
Newport, Oregon 97365
Don Andre, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Newport
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I like to help clients identify "toxic thinking" that often traps them in unproductive thought styles. "You can't fix a problem if you don't know what it is": So, by identifying the value of problematic thinking, better choices can be made. Improved brain health and positive change is both possible, even enjoyable to learn. Ultimately counseling must be a place where people learn to understand and practice life improvement skills. It is my goal to motivate and catalyze clients to get through the current difficulty and move on with their lives.
Couples Counseling
(541) 233-4720
Newport, Oregon 97365
Linda D Knighten, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newport
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Thank you for visiting my profile. Most of us have layers of life that have to be sorted through before we discover what it is holding us back or keeping us from living the life we desire. Therapy is a safe place to do that. Talking about all that can be hard work but, it may be the most rewarding work you will do. People come to therapy for help with their sorrows, grief and loss, relationship issues, and more. Whatever leads you to seek help, I believe that therapy can help..
Couples Counseling
(541) 393-8137
Newport, Oregon 97365
Joshua Landin  in Lincoln City
“My approach to counseling is to work alongside each person in order to establish a strong therapeutic relationship which nurtures an environment of safety and trust. Working collaboratively, I hope to help clients better understand how they experience the world from their unique point of view and personal experience. I believe the goal of therapy is based on the needs of the client and I strive to assist in the process of initiating transformation, developing resilience, and fostering hope.
Couples Counseling
(541) 255-4294
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Annalisa Decina, Counselor  in Newport
“As a DBT therapist, I offer skills coaching to help you better understand and cope with issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, social anxiety, and thought processes and behaviors that keep you stuck and prevent you from acquiring a quality of life worth living. I work with people diverse in socio-economic status, ethnicity, and gender orientation, Diversity is always welcome in my practice.
(541) 233-4691
Newport, Oregon 97365
Marie Dolores Turner, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Newport
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LPC
“While my training is grounded in Depth Psychology, my approach in the therapeutic setting is Person-Centered or Rogerian. This approach holds that the client has the ability to consciously and rationally decide for themselves what is wrong and what should be done about it. It is my belief that the client has the remarkable capacity for self-healing and personal growth leading to self-actualization.
(541) 303-2316
Newport, Oregon 97365
Jeni Greening, Counselor  in Newport
“Exploring your feelings and thoughts in the moment increases awareness and provides you insight into your strengths. I assist children, youth, adults, and family members find specific ways to change in these moments. We will work together in order for you to reach your goals and realize the sustained changes you seek. I provide therapy for anxiety, mood disorders; behavioral problems, emotional regulation problems, school challenges, managing multiple daily stressors, recovery from trauma. I offer a free phone consultation in order to answer any questions you may have and to talk about how we can work together.
(541) 412-6950
Newport, Oregon 97365
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Couples Counseling Therapists
If you're looking for couples counseling in Lincoln%2bcity or for a Lincoln%2bcity couples counselor these professionals provide couples counseling services in Lincoln%2bcity. They include counselors for couples.

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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Lincoln%2bcity have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Lincoln%2bcity you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Lincoln%2bcity and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Lincoln%2bcity or family therapy in Lincoln%2bcity.