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Therapists in Portland

Maggie Alexander, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, ND, MS, PMHNP
“Looking for someone who will listen carefully to your experience and questions? As a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, I prescribe medications and do therapy. I welcome both adolescent and adult clients who request assistance with their ADHD, depression, anxiety, PTSD, relationship issues, school problems or other mental health challenges. My background as a nurse-midwife makes me particularly skilled at addressing issues related to pregnancy, postpartum and parenting. I enjoy working with teens and their families. I welcome a diverse clientele. Take a look at my website - lots of great information there !
(503) 360-9349
Portland, Oregon 97225
Carly M Henderson, Counselor  in Portland
“I believe that every adult and child strives to do the best they can. The individual or family system may need assistance to develop the necessary skills to solve problems. Working collaboratively with clients I help them to narrate new ways of interacting with their environment. I employ an eclectic approach with strong reliance on cognitive-behavioral and attachment aspects of therapy. I work with adults, children, adolescents, couples, and families. I specialize in working with the following concerns: issues affecting couples and families, pre- and postpartum concerns, the birth experience, fertility, childhood emotional and behavioral difficulties, and parent education.
(971) 205-6994
Portland, Oregon 97214
Maile McCluskey, Counselor  in Portland
“This can be the first step for significant life change. Deciding to pursue counseling can be a diffcult and overwhelming decision. But taking the first step is a healthy choice that can lead to significant life change. With four years as a counselor at OHSU, I have extensive experience in helping clients heal from trauma, anxiety, depression and substance abuse. I work collaboratively with clients to provide a professional and caring environment to promote healing, change and increase in quality of life. For more information, I invite you to visit my website or contact me for a free consultation.
(503) 567-6206
Portland, Oregon 97205
Katherine Kneupper, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CDDONA
“All families deserve support and guidance amidst the challenges of parenting, the transitions in life, and the struggles in school. My counseling practice is twofold in providing individual therapy to children and adolescents as well as parenting support. Caregivers are offered the opportunity to pause, reflect, and problem solve with an experienced therapist. I seek to create an authentic relationship with children and teens through play and talk therapy where their true selves can blossom and emotional intelligence thrive.
(503) 406-9936
Portland, Oregon 97214
Valentia Heart, Counselor  in Portland
“For over 20 years, I've had the honor of assisting couples, families, and individuals of all ages, as they identify, clarify and find constructive coping strategies to deal with issues relating to anxiety, depression, grief, anger and relationships. As a Marriage & Family Therapist, I especially enjoy working on issues such as affair recovery, attachment disorders, parenting difficulties, child/adolescent behavior problems, anxiety, and trauma. Whether you are struggling with a relationship in your life, overwhelming anxiety, or some other problem, I would be honored to work with you.
(503) 902-4932
Portland, Oregon 97209
Tessa Stephenson, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFT
“Balance. It's a beautiful thing when we find it. Getting to a place of balance is often where life and relationships can bog us down with challenging dynamics. I believe that where there is balance there is peace and happiness. Through a combination approach of empirically-supported therapeutic methods and a holistic view of the human condition, I work with individuals, couples, families, and children to help them find the balance that best represents them. There is more than one path; I am here to help you find yours.
(503) 564-4090
Portland, Oregon 97239
Anne Allanketner, Counselor  in Portland
“A healthy life is full of transformation, change and growth. Sometimes the normal "growing pains" are accompanied by isolation, depression, anxiety and real loss. I welcome people who have the courage to seek another view point, to break the isolation and find the hidden beauty of transformation, amidst the chaos.
(503) 567-4725
Portland, Oregon 97213
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
John Douglas Topness, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, QMHP
“I work with men and their families on identity, traumatic issues, addiction, mood, and life-transitions. I have also worked with women and adolescents and believe I can offer a non-judgmental and motivation building experience to my clients.
(971) 264-2732
Portland, Oregon 97205
Jeannie Songer,   in Portland
“Life is about emotional development. My approach to counseling has a lot to do with bringing the "system," you, back into balance. The traumatized body into present time. The disappointed mind into balanced focus. The anxious nerves into stillness. Physical and emotional symptoms get your attention. I view these struggles not as "flaws," but as important stages on the path to healing. I work with clients on issues of anxiety, depression, self-value, relationships (independence, co-dependence, communication), addiction, adult children of addicts, trauma, professional development, spirituality, and grief. My office is located in the heart of the Hosford-Abernethy neighborhood on SE 12th & Division.
(503) 444-8984
Portland, Oregon 97202
Roberto Olivero, Psychologist  in Portland
“Now in private practice, I was a practicing psychologist with the Men's Resource Center and Women's Counseling Center for over 25 years. I specialize in men's issues, including anger management, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, and relationships. I have a special interest in helping gay men, as I am gay identified myself. I also see women in my practice. I conduct individual, couples' sessions, as well as men's groups. I AM NOW SCHEDULING NEW AND RETURNING CLIENTS FOR APPOINTMENTS BEGINNING APRIL 6, 2015.
(971) 800-1340
Portland, Oregon 97214
Kathleen McLaughlin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“Psychotherapy is not just a matter of skills and techniques. Healing occurs when, in a safe environment, you can speak and hear your own voice, tell your own story. When you feel really heard, new feelings and insights can emerge. Anxiety, depression, obsessive worrying, conflicts, feelings of meaninglessness or worthlessness constrict your experience. A therapeutic relationship can provide an opportunity to be accompanied as you express your feelings, thoughts, and concerns. You become more open and able to make new choices, to envision your dreams and possibilities. Your more authentic self can emerge as your inner landscape changes.
(503) 897-0909
Portland, Oregon 97205
Catherine Bice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADCI
“I am a social worker who has been practicing since 2000, working with adults in a variety of mental health settings from the emergency room to an outpatient clinic. My focus is on helping people relieve symptoms, feel better, and gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their lives. I use a variety of therapeutic techniques to help clients achieve their goals including offering a safe and confidential setting to talk through their concerns, mindfulness techniques, learning safe and healthy coping skills (CBT/DBT) and EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing).
(503) 683-7471
Portland, Oregon 97217
Jennifer Linnman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“I believe the struggle that comes with managing everyday life can be as debilitating as major trauma. Anxiety, depression, irritability, low frustration tolerance, no patience....these are all important indicators to understand and perhaps a wake up call from your unconscious mind (or partner or child) to let you know things need to shift in order for you to find peace and increased mood stability, living a more conscious life. My style is relational and attachment oriented, using mindfulness and teaching self regulation. When anxiety and depression are examined and held in a safe place, your true self can emerge.
(503) 444-9772
Portland, Oregon 97209
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
Stephanie N Egbers, Counselor  in Portland
“I specialize in serving children and families on issues related to anxiety, anger management, social skill difficulties, family relational problems, trauma, depression, grief and loss. My work focuses on educating families about appropriate play strategies and interaction techniques, and on working directly with children to develop new behaviors to cope with daily life stress. My major focus is on developing and reinforcing skills which research shows to foster healthy child development, self esteem, and relationships while assisting families in developing nurturing and enriching environments for all members. I encourage open communication with clients to ensure appropriate techniques with children and families.
(971) 264-2693
Portland, Oregon 97232
Celedra Gildea, Counselor  in Portland
“If you are living with depression, anxiety or basic unfulfillment and dissatisfaction in life, I can help. Together we will cultivate your innate resilience, heal previously unattended parts of yourself, and celebrate your own authentic and unique nature. Whether you are an individual or couple, our basic longing is connection through relationship - relationship with yourself, the people in your life and your work. We will use the integration of mindfulness, neuroscience, attachment and somatic processing to allow your best self to shine through, giving you the joyous life you are meant to have.
(971) 285-3546
Portland, Oregon 97209
Hillary Mondry, Counselor  in Portland
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Registered Art Therapist (ATR). I specialize in working with children and teens around issues including trauma/abuse, anxiety, depression, behavioral challenges, and coping with life stressors. I also enjoy my work with adults, which I view as a collaborative process in identifying and exploring thoughts, behaviors, and patterns that are no longer serving a healthy purpose, and then working towards change. Although I am trained as an art therapist, I am also skilled in talk therapy and my approach depends on what is best for the client.
(503) 451-6624
Portland, Oregon 97216
Roseway Counseling Services, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
“Sometimes life just gets confusing, feels hopeless and becomes hard to find your way. I can offer the experience of thousands of hours with other people who were in similar situations and found renewed hope and a better way. I work with you where you are and together we can make the journey to where you want to be. I offer counseling with individuals and couples. I offer counseling from a Christian perspective and respect the perspective you may offer.
(503) 446-4236
Portland, Oregon 97214
Gail Jean Nicholson, Counselor  in Portland
“Passionate about working with individuals who want to explore and connect with a more authentic sense of self as a basis for defining their lives, work lives and roles in the larger community. I offer a blend of personal and career counseling to provide a holistic approach to career and life planning. My typical client is interested in finding direction and fulfillment, but is overwhelmed or discouraged. Focusing on personal issues or mental health concerns can reduce barriers to moving forward. We can work on defining purpose and direction, handling stress and tackling career exploration and job search.
(503) 227-4250
Portland, Oregon 97205
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