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Therapists in Portland

Tamara Pederson, Psychologist  in Portland
“With over 15 years of experience treating children, adolescents, and adults, I offer psychological evaluations and treatment I provide compassionate and positive therapy, using proven methods chosen to address each individual's particular problems, such as depression, anxiety, relationship concerns, and attention and learning disorders. I also provide interventions for children and adults facing health problems. Using science-based interventions to facilitate health and wellness, treatment aims to help clients change health behaviors, manage their health problems and improve their functioning, increase adherence to medical treatments, and develop skills to cope with the life-changing effects of chronic illness.
(503) 610-5062
Portland, Oregon 97214
Chuck Moshontz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in both Oregon (T0997) and California (MFC38767). I work with issues ranging from depression and anxiety to problematic relationships with friends, families, or partners; job difficulties, lack of social support and loneliness, substance abuse, and life transition issues such as the empty nest, aging, illness, care-taking of elderly relatives, and even fundamental questions about identity, death, and the meaning of life. I see the process of psychotherapy as a collaborative inquiry.
(424) 625-2791
Portland, Oregon 97206
James Harrison Powers, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“Every individual comes to therapy with a need to be deeply understood. We all experience longing. We suffer, celebrate and grapple with psychological pain. There are areas of our life that lack liveliness or vitality. We struggle in ways that are deeply private and that may not be fully known even to ourselves. I strive to help each person feel safe enough that such private feelings can emerge and be explored. Whether you are looking for help through a crisis or with long-standing psychological suffering, my hope is to understand who you are uniquely and help you heal.
(503) 564-1324 x112
Portland, Oregon 97210
Bret E Fuller, Psychologist  in Portland
“I am a psychologist that provides therapy for addiction, depression, anxiety, OCD, and a whole host of other life issues. I work from an insight-oriented perspective with a caring person-centered style. I accept Blue Cross/Blue Shield and Aetna. as an in-network provider and many insurances as an out of network provider. If you have questions about insurance coverage, we can verify your coverage before you begin. Hours of my practice are between 5 and 8 on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and between 8 and 1 on Saturdays.
(503) 567-5897
Portland, Oregon 97209
Andrea Grace Karpinski, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. I have dedicated my life to working with children and families. Due to family work, I am also comfortable working with adults. Prior to becoming a therapist, I worked in various capacities serving youth and family which included the following positions: youth advocate, teacher, youth employment specialist, Big Brother/Big Sister Coordinator, parent/teen mediator, mentor, coach, youths crew leader and Peace Corps Volunteer. These experiences have provided a wealth of insight into the human condition. They have enriched my life and often inform my work as a therapist.
(503) 406-9103
Portland, Oregon 97239
Sarah Hoagland, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you unable to make long-lasting changes in your life? Do you suffer from low self-esteem, relationship difficulties or job dissatisfaction? Do you get stuck repeating the same negative patterns? If you answer yes to any of these questions, I believe I can help. I am committed to helping you make the changes you want to see in your life. I will help you get to the root of your problems, not simply treat your symptoms. This happens best in the safety of a trusted therapeutic alliance where we will work together to help you find deeper satisfaction and greater self-acceptance.
(503) 610-5526
Portland, Oregon 97205
Mark Henry, Counselor  in Portland
“My focus is in guiding men and women to develop effectiveness in their relationships, sexuality, and supporting enjoyment, boundaries, and aspirations for improving their sexual health. Together we will tackle the issues and help you communicate better, feel more appreciated, lower the tension, and enjoy your relationships.
(971) 338-9957
Portland, Oregon 97205
Kalindi Kapadia, Counselor  in Portland
“Hello and Welcome. The decision to seek counseling takes a lot of courage. Sometimes life can be overwhelming and it is during these times that counseling can be most helpful. If you are experiencing chronic feelings of depression/emptiness, relationship problems, issues with sexuality, addiction, low self-esteem, anxiety, family and/or marital problems, or problems related to work and career, counseling can be very helpful. My approach to counseling is very open, warm, and genuine. I welcome clients of all religions, sexual orientations, cultures, socio-economic backgrounds, ethnic backgrounds, and nationalities. My practice embraces multiculturalism.
(908) 923-0028
Portland, Oregon 97203
Douglas W Pullin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LPC, LLC
“XX My practice is full at this time XX. Do you feel stuck in patterns that lead to stress, conflict, and/or withdrawal from life? Are you struggling with anger, fear, or sadness? Are you dissatisfied with life and don't know why?Having the courage to admit that things aren't going well is the first step to changing them. I have helped many people to find greater freedom from self-limiting patterns and move toward happier lives. I work with: grief, trauma, stress, anxiety,addictions, obsessions, compulsions, attention and impulse control, relationship distress, parenting, and spiritual growth.
(503) 293-4177
Portland, Oregon 97214
Linden Johanson, Counselor  in Portland
“I hold genuine concern for the well-being of others, and I have a great sense of confidence in my ability to help people achieve desired changes. I fully support each client I counsel, providing unconditional respect and honesty. You can expect educated guidance, patience and understanding as you begin the therapy process. From a mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral framework, I teach techniques that can undue the traps which keep us stuck. I draw on empirically-based treatment modalities, personal creativity, humor and even wilderness experiences. I offer traditional therapy in Multnomah Village and outdoor counseling throughout all of Oregon.
(503) 476-3039
Portland, Oregon 97219
Erin M Berk,   in Portland
MA, ATR, LPC, intern
“I enjoy working with clients who are motivated, ready and open to growing and willing to explore their minds, hearts, feelings, and thoughts in collaborative approach. I am interested helping your find your strengths to decrease emotional stress, insecurity, and difficulty that is causing your suffering . Together, we will find tools and information that will help you gain clarity and transform patterns that are no longer working for you. I offer a free 20 minute phone consultation to ensure that we would work well together.
(971) 319-9565
Portland, Oregon 97232
Christopher R Boothby  in Portland
“I approach counseling with a holistic assumption of the interconnectedness of body, mind and spirit. I also assume that there is an innate tendency for clients to grow towards health and wholeness. In my work I focus on helping clients identify both those patterns that may be holding them back and the skills and resources they have available to become more choice-full in their lives. In keeping with my Hakomi training, I utilize a mindful, body-centered experiential and relational approach.
(503) 389-5352
Portland, Oregon 97214
Kathleen Coleman, Counselor  in Portland
“For many, counseling offers the possibility of making lasting, positive changes in life. I offer practical and emotional support to help individuals and families overcome difficult life events, and strengthen their understanding of themselves and their relationships. I specialize in assisting clients in their efforts to: work through trauma and/or abuse histories, address foster-care, kinship-care and adoption issues, integrate grief and loss, negotiate child and adolescent development and enrich personal and family identity.
(503) 213-4037
Portland, Oregon 97232
Kathleen M Clarke, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer compassionate and experienced support to help you cope with the accelerating changes in our world today, such as economic melt-down and climate change as well as whatever may be troubling you from your past. I help you gain insight and skills to make the journey into healing self-compassion and empowerment by making fulfilling connections with others, with nature, or with spirituality in the way that you choose. This process can greatly reduce fear, depression, and isolation. I can also support you on your journey to wellness.
(503) 567-4508
Portland, Oregon 97202
Jolie Krechman, Psychologist  in Portland
“Therapy is an opportunity for personal development in a safe, nonjudgmental, respectful, private, and supportive environment. It is natural to feel overwhelmed at times and it is not a sign of weak character to seek help. Through therapy we can learn to manage our emotions more effectively, improve our relationships and communication, bolster our confidence and self-esteem, and minimize our distress. In my work, I strive to create a comfortable environment in which I can assist clients in identifying thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and recurring patterns of behavior that may be impinging on the capacity to experience and create a fuller, more satisfying life.
(503) 446-6135
Portland, Oregon 97209
Jocelyn K Durant, Counselor  in Portland
“Hello! I am a Play Therapist and Counselor for children, adolescents and adults. I have 10 years of experience fostering individuals' self-expression, empowering growth and development, strengthening family dynamics, transforming traumatic events through play and other forms of creative expression, and compassionately addressing complex issues. I believe that with compassion and connection, individuals -from childhood to adulthood - can heal and grow, and find a renewed excitement in living.
(971) 252-3214
Portland, Oregon 97214
Robin L Magdahlen, Counselor  in Portland
“My intention for you is to gently but dynamically create opportunities for growth and healing through flexible and creative alternatives to break through old patterns. I like to collaborate with motivated clients who are willing to work to change their lives. My goal is to help you discover your own solutions to your problems and concerns in an environment that is welcoming, empathetic and non-judgmental. I do that by carefully attending to your thoughts and feelings. Although I will offer specific "interventions" I believe that change occurs during therapy when there is strong motivation combined with the quality of our connection.
(503) 766-5714
Portland, Oregon 97219
Kristina Stuart, Counselor  in Portland
“I believe that everyone has the capacity towards achieving personal fulfillment, resiliency, and authenticity. Together we can identify barriers in your life that are making this difficult to achieve. As your therapist I will provide guidance and support on your journey. I will work with you to create self-directed goals and allow a safe place to explore feelings, experiment with new perspectives about yourself, and except challenges, all as part of the process of change. I conduct my practice respectful of your goals and work collaboratively with you to reach them.
(503) 444-8529
Portland, Oregon 97205
Beth Mogck  in Portland
“Counseling for Lasting Positive Change: I offer therapy for individuals and teens for anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, identity development, trauma, life transitions (parenting, divorce,and empty nest) and for those wanting to work on relationships on an individual or couples basis. If you want to change your role in how you handle current life circumstances, the clearest path is by making positive changes in your own life. Let me help you navigate this path to your change. The time is now.
(503) 406-1545
Portland, Oregon 97225
Linda K Eisenberg, Psychological Associate  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychological Associate, MA, MEd, PsyA
“As a seasoned psychoanalyst, my job is make therapy comfortable for you to discuss your concerns. I work with you to find out what you desire from life and to help you to achieve that. Issues may be specific or there may be a general sense of un-ease. Together, we explore and understand the obstacles that inhibit desires or that get in the way of connection and authenticity with others.
(503) 967-0152
Portland, Oregon 97205
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