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Therapists in Portland

J Workman-Purvine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Throughout my career I have had the privilege of serving people struggling with from a range of issues including depression, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse, eating disorders and borderline personality disorder. I have always been impressed by the ability of people to not only overcome the struggles in their lives, but to move beyond suffering and learn to lead lives worth living. I strive to provide effective therapy that is both compassionate and informed by research as to what works.
(503) 980-1410
Portland, Oregon 97203
Naomi Steinberg, Psychologist  in Portland
“I am a psychologist and psychoanalyst, in practice for 18 years. I see individuals, adolescents, and couples. Psychotherapy is, as I see it, an opportunity to address unresolved issues and conflicts as they arise in the here-and-now of life and in the therapy relationship. For this reason, it's important to look at the various ways and places where symptoms show up and work to understand the underlying meanings of these. This approach can take some time but its rewards include a depth of self knowledge and a more rich and meaningful life with oneself and with others.
(503) 967-0155
Portland, Oregon 97209
Kate Blumner, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“I am a board-certified adult psychiatrist with particular interest and experience in psychodynamic psychotherapy. I offer an individualized approach to emotional difficulties including depression, anxiety, loss and identity concerns. I work with clients to move towards a more rewarding life and more satisfying relationships with others. My approach involves close, empathic listening, interpersonal attunement and curiosity to increase understanding and awareness of underlying patterns of behavior, feelings, and interactions. I find medication can be a useful part of treatment for some but it is not a focus of my practice.
(971) 302-2072
Portland, Oregon 97202
Janet L Martin, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you feeling confused, sad, anxious, angry, or all of these? In your relationship do you feel like you try hard to communicate, but little seems to work? Do you wonder if it is your partner or you? Or perhaps you are feeling sad or numb. You sleep and eat more or less than usual and have problems with concentration, memory, and fatigue. Perhaps you feel anxious.You live with worryand panic feelings and find you cannot relax, sleep well and worry constantly. Perhaps you grew up in a chaotic or abusive environment and experience many of these issues.
(503) 438-4251
Portland, Oregon 97205
Diana Thomas, Counselor  in Portland
“For Advanced Souls.........Awaken to your True Self. I work intuitively, addressing the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual issues that are impacting you and your life. I like to go to the source of these issues so that the changes made are lasting and in alignment with you and your spirit. This kind of change makes you feel empowered and good about yourself. We all have challenges in life and we all have life traumas that sometimes leave unhealed wounds. I can help you to identify and heal the traumas that are negatively effecting your relationship with yourself and others.
(713) 230-8946
Portland, Oregon 97219
Nina Watt, Counselor  in Portland
“When the stress of love and life makes clarity difficult, I can help you explore the ways in which you interact with the world, understand why it is you do what you do, and work to make the changes on habitual or self-destructive patterns that are no longer working for you. Using a wide range of practical and esoteric knowledge, a wide world view and personal experience, I foster compassion, self-respect, and empowerment through curiosity, self-awareness and self-responsibility. My style is direct, candid, intuitive and dynamic.
(503) 828-9491
Portland, Oregon 97209
Matt Carges, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Welcome to my psychotherapy practice, helping individuals, families and couples develop healthy, productive, and satisfying lives and relationships. I provide collaborative, in-depth talk therapy with individuals and couples dealing with sometimes painful issues ranging from depression, anxiety, loss and trauma to trouble with relationships, and difficult life transitions. In addition, I have extensive experience and training providing family therapy to effectively resolve relational, developmental and parenting problems.
(503) 446-2107
Portland, Oregon 97210
Li Lin Hally, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“Healing and growth occur best in a friendly, safe and caring environment. I offer counseling services for children, adolescents, adults, families and couples experiencing depression, relationship or work difficulties, anxiety, grief, stress, attachment disorders, Third Culture Kid issues, and supervised visitation.
(503) 406-3670
Portland, Oregon 97229
Sarah A Coombs, Counselor  in Portland
“I believe that my approach to therapy emphasizes the importance of recognizing and honoring the interconnectedness of the mind, body and spirit. I view my role with clients as assisting them to identify roadblocks and challenging them to make a new path towards embracing their potential for joy and fulfillment. My ideal client is someone who has reached a place in their journey of life where they are brave enough to ask for help in navigating their way through sadness, anxiety and hopelessness.
(971) 302-4940
Portland, Oregon 97202
Ava M. Stone, PhD, PC, Psychologist  in Portland
“I offer respectful therapy relationships that emphasize choice, safety and personal change. I respect your life history which provides the context for understanding your gifts and challenges, such as depression, anxiety and/or struggle with relationships. I will invest a good deal of care and effort, and expect you will do the same. Your input is valued and useful in planning our work and between-session assignments. We will work to create an opportunity to bring forth your best self. I will be a genuine person with you. My guiding purpose is doing that which is in your best interest.
(503) 451-6079
Portland, Oregon 97214
Sharon O'Brien, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you getting what you want out of life? I help my clients identify and let go of negative feelings, old behavior patterns, and ways of thinking that prevent them from living the life they want. Counseling can help you experience the joy of self-acceptance and the peace of mind that comes with healthy self-esteem. In the process, you can create stronger relationships, improve your communication with others, and see new possibilities for your life.
(503) 799-2668
Portland, Oregon 97209
Lititia Kirk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you in a marriage or relationship that is now troubled or falling apart and leaves you feeling unhappy,stressed, disappointed and you're feeling like a failure? Is your anger costing you family, friends, work, and good health? Do you find yourself being sorry for what you said or did but blaming others for your behavior? Does your rage scare you? You're depressed if you have these symtoms;tired, no joy or happiness, changes in eating and sleeping, hard to concentrate,feeling sad,hopeless,worthless and have thoughts of death or suicide. There is help for change.
(503) 231-1268
Portland, Oregon 97202
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
Rebecca M Berman, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MN, MSW, PMHNP
“I am a board certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP) specializing in a range of clinical issues including depression, bipolar affective disorder, anxiety disorders, ADHD, issues of loss and bereavement, experiences of past trauma, and end-of-life concerns. I work with adults of all ages, with a particular interest in the treatment of older adults and those who care for them. The services I provide include psychiatric evaluation, medication evaluation, ongoing medication management, and psychotherapy. I will work collaboratively with your other providers to co-create a treatment plan that is as integrated and holistic as possible.
(503) 400-7088
Portland, Oregon 97213
Ruth Gibian, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Because our experiences are so often invalidated or trivialized, my therapeutic style is to collaborate with you to find and support your wisdom. Examining beliefs and patterns frees you up to create new possibilities, make new choices, and become more skillful in reflecting your best interests and intentions. People come to me seeking change -- to relieve depression or anxiety, to ease a difficult transition, for support with family or relationship troubles, to become more skillful with others and to bring their lives closer to their ideals.
(503) 567-4221
Portland, Oregon 97214
Alec Wilson, Psychologist  in Portland
“Thanks for your interest in my practice. My style is interactive, easy going, and informed by my genuine interest in counseling and by the latest research in the field. I work with both individuals and couples and specialize in three main areas: Personal growth, relationship issues, and difficult transitions. I have specialized training in Collaborative Couple Therapy, an approach that helps couples improve communication, achieve emotional intimacy, and recover from affairs and other common rifts, and in Gestalt Therapy, an approach that helps you become more active and self-actualized in your life.
(971) 248-0935
Portland, Oregon 97214
Tamara Webb, Counselor  in Portland
“I provide holistic psychotherapy to help clients explore, understand and address effects of psychological challenges in life. Rather than conceptualizing difficulties as purely emotional or psychological in nature, I help clients become empowered stewards of their own and entire well-being. I integrate common psychotherapy approaches, including cognitive, narrative and expressive-creative therapies, with uncommon holistic approaches based in the traditions underlying yoga, Buddhism and other Eastern philosophical practices. My goal is to help clients achieve health, harmony and balance on all five bodies: physical, energetic, mental/emotional, meaning-making/belief systems and the body of the connected heart.
(971) 248-3981
Portland, Oregon 97205
Barbara Segal  in Portland
“At times, life is challenging for us all. Maybe we experience struggles in relationships, with anxiety or depression, with low self-worth, or with difficult life transitions. I will partner with you so that you can work through these challenges and feel more fulfilled and connected. Mindfulness, the ability to non-judgmentally observe your experience, is a cornerstone of my approach. I help you to use mindfulness and mind-body awareness to uncover old patterns and beliefs that are not working for you, and in their place cultivate new positive ways of being and interacting in the world.
(503) 438-4405
Portland, Oregon 97217
Bettina G Jensen, Counselor  in Portland
“If you are struggling with relationships in your life, maybe with your intimate partner/spouse or family members, or perhaps at work, you might feel the need to talk with someone. I am a psychotherapist in Portland and I work with a wide variety of people. I enjoy assisting people in the exploration of new ways to manage challenges that invariably arise in life. If you struggle with anxiety or depression, or if you are experiencing triggers related to traumatic events I can help you learn new ways of relating to yourself and to others.
(503) 545-2994
Portland, Oregon 97214
Annie C Hanaway,   in Portland
“Greetings! I am trained in a compassionate, focused and results-oriented brand of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy called TEAM Therapy that was developed by David Burns, MD at Stanford University. You can read more about this method on my website. As a primary care physician-turned-therapist, I have experience working with people who are struggling with acute or chronic depression, anxiety, troubled relationships, and addictions. I particularly enjoy helping with social anxiety, phobias, body image, disordered eating, GLBT and gender identity issues, as well as struggles related to dating, all sorts of relationships, fertility, and parenting, particularly parenting difficult children.
(503) 713-6316
Portland, Oregon 97221
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