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Therapists in Milwaukie

Barb Majors,   in Milwaukie
“I am not currently accepting new clients. Anxiety, fear, anger, depression, opposition. Sound familiar? Do you feel things are spinning out of control? Trying to talk to others can often be met with feeling like no one understands. Or worse, being told that you're over-reacting. Maybe you've heard someone say to just try harder. Sometimes distancing yourself from others because it's too hard to explain, or get them to believe, how hard things have become. Feeling overwhelmed is normal when things are out of control. Distancing yourself from others makes sense when being around people becomes so hard. There is hope!
(503) 925-3835
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Sheryl Ivey, Psychiatric Nurse  in Milwaukie
“Are you self-fulfilled? Meaning you are satisfied, comfortable, able to move forward in a positive way. It takes an accurate diagnosis to start working toward self-fulfillment. Medication is not always the answer,but truly helps when needed. Also, medication is not the end all answer! Moving forward, out of darkness/chaos involves many things. We all need to live well with a good diet, exercise, spiritual fulfillment, healthy social interactions, and proper rest restoring our mind and body. We need family/friends to love, be responsible to, and them to us. Feeling valued as meaningful contributors.
(503) 374-1149
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Jennifer Blake, Counselor  in Milwaukie
“I believe all change happens within the context of relationships. A relationship with you is my primary focus. I strive to create a space that is safe, trusting and collaborative. Working together we will create goals for therapy, then step by step create change to meet them. Often life circumstances create conditions that get in our way; depression, anxiety, emotions that feel out of control. These discomforts are a symptom of a greater problem, and we can work on managing the symptom while changing the greater problem.
(503) 212-4750
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Elaine M Thompson  in Milwaukie
“Life is full of changes as we journey through its many seasons. These changes can be positive or negative, expected or unexpected. Whichever the case, they begin with a loss of what was familiar and an adjustment to new ways of living. The sense of loss and adjustment associated with life transitions sometimes leaves us feeling confused and vulnerable. We may have lost a role we filled, or a person or place we loved.
(503) 567-1987
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Elizabeth S Schmit, Psychologist  in Milwaukie
“Need to develop skills for managing your level of anxiety, depression or other mood problems, relationship and interpersonal difficulties, self esteem, or other troubling or bothersome issues? Often one of the most difficult parts of making a change is that first step - reaching out for help. My approach is designed to be comfortable and accessible. Working as a team we will discover ways you can move forward in life with improved coping skills and ways to manage difficulties. Give me a call or send an email so we can talk about how I might be able to help.
(971) 236-5024
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Compassionate Interventions, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Milwaukie
“I specialize in interventions, so my ideal client is the family member or friend of an addict. This "concerned other" is usually out of options and has lost hope. My job is to either re-instill hope or enhance the hope that the addict can be helped. With intervention, I use both the Johnson model and the ARISE model. With eight years of experience conducting interventions, I have encountered most things that happen in an intervention, and can prepare the addict's family members and/or friends so they can walk through the intervention process with the least amount of anxiety.
(503) 379-9435
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Julie Lerwick, Counselor  in Milwaukie
“"Do you want a therapist who is interactive, who will give you advice and will ask insightful and compelling questions that will spin in your head until your next session? While being compassionate and respectful, I believe that's what therapy is all about and as a result, where true and profound growth occurs. Therapy should be a place where you are given the opportunity to share anything without judgment. To that end, I view the counseling process as a profound alliance in which we partner together to understand old patterns, and seek to undo the damage of the past."
(503) 476-9445
Milwaukie, Oregon 97267
Eric F Nielson  in Milwaukie
“Counseling can be a way of deepening our awareness of what we are doing, including the choices that we are making in our life. In so doing, we may achieve better contact with lost or disavowed parts of our self. We may come to greater clarity as to what we would rather be doing and how. We may find ourselves better able to relate to others. My goal is to help you in deepening your awareness, to find your own way, to live and love with greater awareness, passion and compassion.
(503) 400-7294
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Jenifer Piegaro, Counselor  in Milwaukie
Counselor, MFT, CGACI
“My approach tends to be eclectic, honoring the strengths and uniqueness of each client. I believe in utilizing a variety of models to help my clients engage in the counseling process according to your comfort level and personal beliefs. I use a reflective process to meet you where you are in whatever way needed. The greatest change occurs without a spotlight while having fun. Occasionally you will meet my "co-therapist", Bailey. Whether tail wagging or snoring, he offers a grounding presence that allows space for true healing to evolve.
(866) 957-4938
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Elyssa Thelin, Art Therapist  in Milwaukie
Art Therapist, MA
“I provide a diverse approach with regards to client care, pulling from different treatment theories to better allow the creation of a tailored therapy for each individual client. I often utilize techniques from Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and Gestalt Therapy. The therapeutic relationship between client and therapist is of the utmost importance for fully effective therapy to occur, therefore I provide an environment where the client makes the decisions on what they want or need to work on, while maintaining the ideals of accepting and respecting them as they are and without judgment or evaluation.
(971) 213-8103
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Molly Bauthues  in Milwaukie
“I have a real-world, common-sense approach to therapy that incorporates both coping skills to address your daily struggles, and open-ended exploration to address life's bigger questions. I use evidence-based therapy practices to work with adults struggling with mental disorders as well as those who are just needing support, or want to find a better way to move through life. Taking on life's challenges can seem a messy business, but you don't have to do it alone. By being flexible, patient, and working at your pace I hope to walk with you towards healing.
(503) 894-5563
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Wendy Roller  in Milwaukie
“I feel fortunate to have worked with many diverse people from varying ages, cultures, and life perspectives. My past work experience includes working in drug rehabilitation focusing on the treatment of women and children, treating adolescents in the school setting, and working with families who are needing added support while going through a divorce or other life transition. My experience also includes working with children from ages 5-12 years old for ADHD symptoms, anxiety, and depression.
(503) 925-6322
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Jennifer Krumm, Counselor  in Milwaukie
“Hello Are you wanting to talk with someone who will listen? Are you wanting to live a more authentic life? I invite you to call me to learn how Heart Path Counseling is Counseling with a Difference. I utilize energy psychology techniques, hypnotherapy and creative visualization to help you have real change! My own search for healing led me to learn about and eventually receive training in energy psychology and hypnotherapy. I found these techniques helped me with releasing past traumas and other blocks to my living a more authentic and empowered life.
(503) 342-8193
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Catherine L. Alder, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukie
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MFT, MDiv
“My work is with individuals, couples, and families struggling with relationships and life issues. Clients have come with just about every concern and I have helped them through successfully. Individuals have chosen new life paths. I have seen couples through marital difficulty, consulted in the schools to help families with acting out students, supported grieving people through loss, and have a special way with those who have been sexually abused and need support. I am trained in Gestalt, Relational, Strategic, Systems Therapy and spiritual reflection. Come see if we are a good fit for your concerns.
(860) 375-3917
Milwaukie, Oregon 97267
Barb Adams Counseling, Counselor  in Milwaukie
“Families with all their messy interactions are where I find the greatest challenge and biggest rewards. This could be in multiple facets: parent to child, adult to adult, or multigenerational. I have worked with children as young as 18 months old as well as adults in their senior years. I am able to join with children and work with them on their own level. I believe in meeting clients where they are at and working toward goals that are defined by the client. I have a propensity toward humor and a strength based approach.
(503) 451-6648
Milwaukie, Oregon 97267
Lori McDougall, Counselor  in Milwaukie
“I have been working as a therapist for over 19 years now, and I am continually awed by the human spirit. Whether working with a couple, individual, or family, I operate from the premise that everyone is doing the best they can given their circumstances. My job is to work with you in a meaningful and capable way - one that leads you to a better sense of clarity and well-being.
(503) 754-2464
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Lisa A Langstraat, Counselor  in Milwaukie
“Do the challenges of life have you feeling overwhelmed, depressed, and confused? Life is difficult, and despite all of our efforts it gets the best of everyone from time to time. Counseling is a unique process that can afford you a valuable opportunity to enrich your relationships, gain greater insight and sense of direction into your own life, and gain enhanced living skills. As a licensed professional therapist I am specifically trained to help people develop new solutions to life's problems. My goal is to help you live the best life possible.
(503) 919-1743
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Marina Valdez, Psychologist  in Milwaukie
“*Ofrezco terapia bilingue, en espanol y en ingles.* I offer bilingual therapy, in Spanish and/or English. I believe a sense of trust and safety within the therapeutic relationship is necessary in order to facilitate the change we want to see in our lives. To work towards this goal in my therapeutic relationships, I work from a feminist multicultural framework. I believe the client is the expert on their own experiences. I use collaborative, relational, and strength-based therapy to facilitate a genuine and honest therapeutic relationship that can promote insight and adaptive change.
(971) 701-2403
Office is near:
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Jennifer Devan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Milwaukie
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It takes strength and courage to decide to begin therapy. I believe there comes a time in most people's lives when it can be helpful to have a non-biased, supportive person to guide them through life changes or difficulties they may be experiencing. Therapy is a collaborative relationship between the client and the therapist. In order for therapy to be successful, a person has to be ready and want to make changes. It is also essential to feel understood and accepted by your therapist. If you feel that you might benefit from a caring, experienced therapist, please call.
(503) 577-7716
Office is near:
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222
Mary E Joyce, Counselor  in Milwaukie
“Mental Health Counseling is my second major career and blossoms directly out of my first career in medical research. I practice counseling from a Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) perspective. That is, the way you think (cognitions) and the way you act/react (behavior) has a direct effect on your emotional response. I help you explore the way you think and act and the results those thoughts and actions have in your day to day experiences. Once these elements are recognized, you have the opportunity to decide what would be helpful to change and what may be the consequences of these changes.
(503) 766-5139
Office is near:
Milwaukie, Oregon 97222

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