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Therapists in Portland

Katie Ledbury  in Portland
“I offer counseling services during weekend hours and specialize in relationship issues, anxiety, depression, and family conflict. My role as a therapist is to assist clients in pursuing the healthy lives they desire. Because each individual and couple is unique, my approach toward therapy will be shaped and adjusted upon your perspective(s). Services I offer include individual, couples, and premarital counseling, as well as couples check-ups for those seeking to strengthen their relationships.
(971) 407-5962
Portland, Oregon 97214
Casselle LaTourette, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
“Counseling offers you safe and comfortable setting to openly discuss difficult subjects and create new ways of interacting with yourself and others. My approach is narrative as I often use story as a way to gain perspective to the challenges you are facing. You will find my style to be warm and compassionate as well as directive.
(503) 505-9894
Portland, Oregon 97205
Louise Gordon, Counselor  in Portland
“If you are experiencing difficulties in your relationships or you feel you are not living the life you were meant to live, I can help you. Perhaps you want to resolve indecision in some area of your life. Or you realize that you need help with anxiety or depression. Some people seek counseling when they have a problem controlling their behavior, such as drinking or arguing. Whatever your reason for wanting to change, please don’t wait to get yourself living the life you envision. Many people have experienced the changes you seek and I am looking forward to being a part of your success.
(503) 489-4285
Portland, Oregon 97219
Linda W. Miller, Psychologist  in Portland
“I have practiced psychoanalytic psychotherapy since 1983.My training included working at two large teaching hospitals in Los Angeles from 1977-1983, UCLA and LA County USC Medical Center. Upon graduation I was appointed to the clinical faculty of the USC School of Medicine where I supervised and taught psychology interns.I view psychoanalytic psychotherapy as an in depth talking treatment aimed at identifying and resolving underlying emotional conflicts that cause self defeating coping strategies that constrict and impair quality of life. The therapeutic relationship is central to this in-depth explanation along with unhurried time.
(971) 236-4021
Portland, Oregon 97205
Gail Westlin, Counselor  in Portland
“With compassionate listening, I will work with you to identify your core issues, clarify beliefs, and release limiting patterns. My goal is to support you in deepening your capacity for self-reflection, acceptance, and life purpose. I will honor your strengths while helping you work through relationship issues, depression, anxiety, and creative blocks.
(503) 766-5717
Portland, Oregon 97212
Brian Knapp, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you having trouble with the difficult people in your life? Would you like your partner to do more of some things and less of others? Are there people in your life you'd like to say no to? I help my clients discover clarity in these difficult life situations and resolve their emotional conflict and confusion. Do you want to make your home a happier place, or find your way back to love? Are you sad and worried all the time? Through talking together we can alleviate painful symptoms and improve relationships and increase self esteem.
(503) 406-3669
Portland, Oregon 97212
Steve Hohenboken, Counselor  in Portland
“As your counselor I am here to be a respectful, skilled, and supportive guide and to suggest useful approaches to help you address the things that are troubling you. I will help you explore possibilities, challenge you, and actively support you in your healthy growth. I believe in the importance of talk and reflection but also in taking action, when the time is right. I will help you to do that.
(503) 406-4910
Portland, Oregon 97232
Katie Johnson Clark, Counselor  in Portland
“I enjoy working with clients who are ready to make changes in life. Together we will identify and accomplish your mental health goals. I work collaboratively with clients on challenges such as anxiety, OCD, depression, social phobias, stress, grief & loss, relationship difficulties, and more. Using Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), I help clients identify the factors contributing to their unwanted feelings, then use scientifically supported, research based treatment methods to deliver therapy that makes a real difference in clients' lives.
(503) 781-1997
Portland, Oregon 97239
Carol Spears, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you struggling with overwhelming emotions? Do you go around in a fog? Does the weight of grief or sadness feel like it will never end? I understand that it can be difficult to find the right person to talk to. Let me show you how to use your challenge as a doorway to get your life back on track. In the context of therapy, I can help you to learn to transform difficult emotions, heal from trauma or grief, and reconnect with joy. You will be able to bring hopefulness and meaning back into your life.
(971) 236-5265
Portland, Oregon 97212
Jennifer E Kelly, Psychologist  in Portland
“Summertime! A great time to start feeling better! My approach to therapy is to establish a safe and warm environment where growth, awareness, and healing take place. I view therapy as a valuable opportunity for clients to build upon existing strengths and learn coping strategies to feel better about themselves and interact more effectively with others and the world around them. Through a collaborative and supportive relationship, our work together will help you explore and give voice to the difficult experiences, thoughts, emotions, and behaviors which may be interfering with you living the meaningful life that is important to you.
(503) 406-6634
Portland, Oregon 97205
Joel Guarna, Psychologist  in Portland
“I work with people who want to free themselves from anxiety, depression, past trauma, or problems with alcohol or drugs. I also work with people struggling with chronic health conditions and pain. You CAN learn to remove yourself from patterns that keep you stuck and keep you from living as fully as you would wish. I bring both a compassionate manner and state-of-the-art treatment approaches. My style integrates research-based cognitive-behavioral therapies (CBT) and innovative treatments like Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) that focus on mind/body health and treating whole individuals.
(207) 358-6188
Portland, Maine 04101
Kelly Murray MA, LPC, Counselor  in Portland
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). I hold an MA in Counseling Psychology from Lewis & Clark College and a BA in Psychology from Portland State. My style is warm, relational and direct. I use Gestalt, Sensorimotor and Cognitive-Behavior Therapies in my practice. I have worked as a therapist in the field since 2007. I specialize in the treatment of eating disorders, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, trauma and life transitions. I am an LGBT ally. I provide a safe and supportive place for individuals to process and identify the direction they would like their life to take.
(971) 717-3622
Portland, Oregon 97214
Karel Chan  in Portland
“Do you have a broken heart? Are you wondering if you'll ever find love? You're not alone. Love and heartbreak are universal experiences. Along with the wonderful feelings that come with relationships, other feelings such as loneliness, rejection, and disappointment can arise. I will help you wade through the sadness and grief of heartbreak and explore avenues for growth, independence, and healing. Are you feeling stuck in a family conflict, or obligated to stay in a family role that you've outgrown? I can help you find a balance between self and family while preserving your familial ties.
(503) 487-0246
Portland, Oregon 97214
Heather Mulkerns, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have many years of experience working with adults, children and teens to improve emotional wellness. I will help you to find the roots of troublesome patterns in your life so you can feel more fulfilled, improve relationships and experience more joy. If needed, I will help diagnose and treat depression or other issues and will work with you to determine if medication is appropriate. We will discuss alternatives to medication as well. I blend psychodynamic, psychoanalytic and cognitive/ behavioral methods. I have been trained as an EMDR specialist and offer eye-movement therapy for the treatment of trauma.
(503) 404-3485
Portland, Oregon 97214
Paul Lee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been providing therapy to individuals and couples for over 20 years. I have extensive experience in helping people overcome depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and heal from childhood or domestic abuse. I also provide anger management counseling and domestic violence intervention groups. My approach is collaborative. I listen and understand my clients' perspective of the problem and potential solutions, while providing input based on my professional training and experience. I believe that the chances of making positive changes are enhanced by a combination of support, recognizing and utilizing one's strengths, and being challenged to try new approaches.
(503) 822-6596
Portland, Oregon 97214
Patricia Ryan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Sometimes we have opportunities to find deeper sources of healing when life seems most challenging. Whether you are looking for treatment of depression, anxiety, grief/loss, aging, transitions, relationships, or trauma-related issues, I endeavor to create a safe, nonjudgmental environment; a space where you can explore strengths, challenges and new opportunities. My eclectic approach to treatment includes cognitive behavioral therapy, brief solution-focused therapy, mindfulness-based therapies, DBT as well as psychodynamic therapies. My aim is to serve as a catalyst to help you make positive changes that can lead you to a happier, more fulfilling life.
(207) 358-6312
Portland, Maine 04101
Björn Bergstrom, Psychologist  in Portland
Psychologist, PsyD, CADC-I
“My clients have consistently described me as: Warm, Interactive, Compassionate, Nonjudgmental and Effective. As a specialist, I work primarily with Anxiety, Relationships/Couples Counseling, ADHD, and Addictions (as well as other concerns). My approach to therapy is to understand your unique challenges and strengths, and find ways to help you create new and more adaptive approaches to living. I believe therapy should be about finding solutions to your life needs, in the shortest amount of time possible. Your treatment will include CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), ACT (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy), and Biofeedback: Evidence-based treatments that are efficient and effective.
(503) 664-4670
Portland, Oregon 97205
Dawnn R McWatters, Psychologist  in Portland
“Now Accepting New Clients. Tired of feeling stuck, alone or lost in your suffering? Over the past 15 years, I've helped clients to develop more effective strategies and implement much-needed change at home and at work, in addition to general health improvements. Growth can be messy, and it isn't easy, but it can lead to greater vitality, fulfillment, and joy. I enjoy being part of that process, and I look forward to talking with you about your needs and goals.
(503) 367-9488
Portland, Oregon 97210
Michaele P Dunlap, Psychologist  in Portland
“My practice: - offers respectful and supportive therapy for those experiencing difficult life changes, loss, depression, anxiety, stress, troubled relationships, health problems complicated by emotional problems. - improves couple and family relationships. - supports individual, couple and family recovery from alcohol and drug abuse/dependence. - helps people recover from traumatic experience, including assaults or abuse in childhood. - creates strategies for business and organizational growth, enhancement of relationships and decision processes, particularly in family owned businesses.
(503) 305-4585 x10
Portland, Oregon 97209
Marilyn S Eubanks, Counselor  in Portland
“The most important thing you should know about me is that I am passionate about life, psychology and helping people. I treat depression, anxiety, relationship problems, bipolar disorder, unresolved childhood issues, bad parenting, and trauma related to: sexual abuse, domestic violence, combat, physical abuse, emotional abuse, and other forms of trauma. I've spent my life working towards self-actualization and would like to help you realize your full potential. If you're unable to cope with difficult issues & want to make changes contact me. I work with adolescents, adults, and couples. I also offer online sessions.
(503) 683-7066
Portland, Oregon 97214
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Portland have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.