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Domestic Violence Therapists in Portland

Hipsia Keister  in Portland
“IMPORTANTE: Elaboro entrevistas y cartas de salud mental que pudiesen ser utilizados en trámites migratorios. También trato a personas que sufren de: depresión, ansiedad, trastornos alimenticios, aculturación, violencia doméstica, entre otros. Clínicamente considero maltrato doméstico: agresiones físicas, psicológicas, sexuales o de otra índole. Los síntomas que una persona pueda presentar surgen como consecuencia de los acontecimientos vividos y no de un desequilibrio anterior, son por una parte el... continua abajo>>
Domestic Violence
(971) 264-2845
Portland, Oregon 97214
Tracie R Chambers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Greetings and congratulations! The fact you are looking for assistance to enhance your life and relationships is a testament to your strength and courage. I find it an honor and a privilege to work with you to develop and achieve your goals towards experiencing a more healthy, meaningful and enjoyable life. I believe in a client-centered approach to therapy and tailor my sessions to your unique needs and goals, while building on your strengths. Counseling may feel uncomfortable at times, but that is a sign of growth and I will partner with you to overcome your challenges and help you conquer your fears.
Domestic Violence
(503) 980-1631
Portland, Oregon 97211
Jessica Tolleson  in Portland
“Are you feeling down? Anxious? Stuck? Maybe negative thoughts or worries are impacting your work or even your relationships? At times it can feel like these patterns will never change and yet therapy provides a safe space to process thoughts, feelings and patterns. I create a safe environment through mutual trust and understanding. This opens a space for self-exploration, growth and development. I believe that, in working collaboratively, we can identify problems and personalize your treatment direction. With the right skills, each individual has the capacity to accomplish their goals.
Domestic Violence
(503) 536-1225
Portland, Oregon 97205
Teri Beemer, Telehealth Counselor, Coach,, Counselor  in Portland
“15 minute free consultation. I provide Telehealth Counseling/Life Coaching Services through secure and confidential video conferencing services. Experience counseling in the comfort of your home or office, without the expense and hassle of travel. Licensed in Oregon and Washington. I work with Adults, Couples in Individual and/or Group settings.
Domestic Violence
(503) 451-6146
Portland, Oregon 97216
Deborah Lyda High, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“The act of doing therapy is a bit like tending to a garden; it takes diligence and care to achieve growth! It sounds challenging I know, but the outcomes and successes of working on yourself and your relationships far outweigh the negatives. We all have gardens that need occasional weeding and replanting, and when we are not taking care of ourselves, we can experience feelings of depression, anxiety, restlessness and frustration. In choosing to work with me, I will guide and encourage you by providing the necessary tools and resources that allow you to create a healthy and bountiful garden of your own.
Domestic Violence
(503) 564-1904
Portland, Oregon 97227
Diana Groener, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC
“I aspire to help alleviate suffering in my fellow human beings. Some of you are facing new challenges, some are working through more chronic issues. I am honored to be your guide to building greater connection and meaning in your life. I work with individuals and couples on issues of sexuality, intimacy, and emotional expression. I also work with first responders on issues of vicarious trauma and burnout. I can help you reduce the conflict and stress in your life, developing greater resilience in the process.
Domestic Violence
(971) 229-1797
Portland, Oregon 97225
Sabra P. Larsen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life's challenges may overwhelm your ability to cope and leave you confused and distressed. As a skilled therapist, I can assist to make this time fruitful rather then just a time to get through. I provide a safe comfortable place to focus on your experience of life. You will receive kindness, respect and genuine caring. My approach is client directed,with compassionate inquiry and creative exploration, using collaborative problem-solving to assist you in restoring your balance and moving in a positive direction; often with deeper insight and a greater capacity for joy and contentment.
Domestic Violence
(503) 388-9290
Portland, Oregon 97232
PK Foss-Samac, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“Whether I'm working with couples, individuals, youth, children, or parents, I focus on guiding clients in finding balance, understanding, and solutions in order to move toward their goals. With couples, I utilize Gottman Method, recognized by many as the most effective therapy model for couples. I help couples manage conflict, deepen their friendship and intimacy, and create shared meaning in their lives. Couples therapy, believe it or not, can be an enjoyable and deeply healing process. I also work with a therapy dog named Phoenix, who can be a real comfort when things get hard.
Domestic Violence
(503) 406-3210
Portland, Oregon 97213
Laurel D. Oziel, MSW, LCSW, ACSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
“Please feel free to look me up on past patient rating/review sites like healthgrades.com, kudzu.com, OregonLive.com, EverydayHealth.com, Alltherapist.com, bestoftheweb.com, superpages.com. My focus is on direct, short term therapy that helps you resolve the problems you bring in as quickly but thoroughly as possible. I specialize in the treatment of anxiety disorders, panics, depression, PTSD, relationship and sexual problems and gender specific problems.50% of my patient referrals come from past patients, 40% come from physicians and other therapists and 10% come from online reviews from past patients.
Domestic Violence
(503) 928-3842
Portland, Oregon 97205
Robert Finkelman, Counselor  in Portland
“I treat all ages of the life cycle. Children explore the safe, therapeutic space to meet their emotional, cognitive, and developmental needs in healthy ways. Couples counseling is interactive and focuses on issues such as communication, sex, emotional connection, and conflict resolution. I work with drug and alcohol issues. Individuals and families are fully supported in coping and working through intense feelings. You lead in determining how you wish to proceed with your issues. Families are helped with adjustments such as divorce, birth, death, unemployment, and family moves.
Domestic Violence
(503) 446-2198
Portland, Oregon 97212
Sheryl Dunn Watson, Counselor  in Portland
“I believe all people have within themselves the ability to move towards positive change. By creating a safe and trusting relationship and environment, I begin to facilitate my clients' abilities to accept personal responsibility for their behavior, develop autonomy, and to make positive and constructive choices in their lives. I hope to empower my clients to successfully overcome traumatic and/or stressful life events and to find positive solutions to problems they may face currently or in the future.
Domestic Violence
(503) 388-5552
Portland, Oregon 97239
Anne Sophie Houdek, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Dear Potential Client! Have you lost someone and can't seem to move on? Do you find that unresolved abuse issues still bother you and get in the way of daily functioning? Are you not able to create the intimacy and closeness you desire in relationships and find yourself repeating the same patterns that you know don't work? Is your confidence level not where you want it to be? Do you and your partner struggle with how to best parent? Is anxiety and depression causing you to isolate, worry a lot, lose sleep, feel hopeless? I can help!
Domestic Violence
(503) 388-5861
Portland, Oregon 97213
Marc Hess, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“I have helped individuals, couples and families overcome problems with relationships, depression, anxiety, anger, substance abuse, trauma, and domestic violence for over 30 years. I have also been an instructor in mind and body coordination training for 20 years. It is my privilege to continue to learn from and assist my clients.
Domestic Violence
(503) 446-6138
Portland, Oregon 97214
Tom Fuller, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
“I've been a professional counselor for over 20 years and a student of Buddhist mindfulness practices for 25 years. I love working with people who are not just trying to fix problems but are wanting to be happier and more effective in their lives. I help people heal the early bad stuff so that they can do that. I also help couples learn to communicate about their stuck places and to improve their practice of intimacy with each other. I enjoy helping people who have a spiritual practice bring it into the gritty work of partnering and raising children.
Domestic Violence
(503) 567-1838
Portland, Oregon 97206
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.
Domestic Violence
(503) 451-6624
Portland, Oregon 97216
Rhena Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do you wish to make changes in your life? People team with me to live more fully: with enthusiasm, passion and greater satisfaction. As your therapist, I offer you presence that is non-judgmental, caring and compassionate. Everyone deserves to have someone who is fully present with them. I am an insightful listener, and will meet you where you are at, in whatever moment you are in. As we partner together, we can unlock the key to achieving your personal goals and the aspirations you wish to accomplish. The Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Model, ACT, is my primary approach.
Domestic Violence
(503) 549-4727
Portland, Oregon 97214
Elizabeth Fisher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, PhD
“Has your child or teen been through a difficult experience? I specialize in emotional and relational disorders arising from trauma, divorce, adoption, and less-than-optimal early childhood experiences. My orientation integrates modern neuroscience with relational psychotherapy. I utilize multiple expressive arts approaches in my work including sandtray, play therapy, psychodrama, movement, and art therapy. I am a supportive therapeutic and educational advocate for special needs children and their families. I also regularly treat individual adults, families, and couples. You may come alone or bring a family member with you for a free, 1-hour initial consultation.
Domestic Violence
(541) 526-7218
Portland, Oregon 97227
Gillian Sleeman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA
“There are many reasons that individuals or couples seek counseling or therapy, but there is no doubt that if you are at this point in your journey, you have probably tried many ways on your own to solve the problems that are troubling you. The support of a therapist is genuine, empathic and unconditional and provides a perspective that can often be difficult to arrive at on your own. My goals are to work with you and/or your family to improve your quality of life, your emotional well being and your relationships.
Domestic Violence
(503) 213-4540
Portland, Oregon 97213
Sarah E. Howson, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, anger, low self-esteem, and/or relationship problems? I hope to help. I believe that it takes great courage to venture into counseling. It is not always easy to take steps to make positive changes, but it is often worth it in the end. My goal as a therapist is to create a safe and relaxed atmosphere where growth can occur. I focus on helping people take steps to reach their personal goals and learn more about themselves in the process.
Domestic Violence
(503) 567-9880
Portland, Oregon 97232
Peggy Van Duyne, Counselor  in Portland
“I am an Insight oriented, GLBTQIA friendly practitioner. I focus on long-term change and improved well-being while working towards "here and now" self-compassion, self-care and behavioral changes to achieve lasting change. I work with clients concerned with substance use/abuse, self-esteem, depression, anxiety, life transitions and emotional regulation concerns among other areas of concern. You may see more about my areas of focus in my profile.
Domestic Violence
(503) 451-6538
Portland, Oregon 97203
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Domestic Violence Therapists
If you're looking for help with domestic violence in Portland or for a Portland domestic violence Therapist, these professionals provide confidential support for spousal abuse or for individuals and couples in a violent relationship. They include domestic violence Therapists and domestic violence psychologists who conduct domestic violence counseling. A Therapistcan help with children as victims of domestic violence, support for battered women and referrals to shelters in Portland. Therapists can help identify the signs of domestic violence, the differences between men and women as victims of domestic violence and the distinctions of passive aggressive behavior. If you think you may be a victim of domestic violence in Portland, please seek help soon and learn how to stop or prevent it escalating further.

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.