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Tracy Jendritza, Psychologist  in Portland
“I firmly believe that growth has two paths. To truly flourish, one must balance a desire for change with a true willingness to accept oneselve for who you are. A treatment that embraces this idea is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and it's the core philosophy I use with my patients every day. I use some of the concepts and strategies seen in DBT to improve the quality of life of the people I work with. In treatment, DBT concepts focus on changing things that are getting in the way of living the life you want, while accepting yourself unconditionally.
(503) 847-9312
Portland, Oregon 97239
Mary McGill, Counselor  in Portland
“Do you want more out of your life but you are feeling stuck in old patterns? Does fear or feeling down stop you from enjoying life? Have you had a loss or a terrible experience and are "just not yourself"? I can help you. I use techniques for understanding the problem and finding the ways that can open you to new possibilities. By getting in touch with the desires of your heart, I can help you meaningfully navigate the ups and downs of life. I work collaboratively to cultivate what you most value for yourself, your relationships, your family, and your community.
(503) 766-5497
Portland, Oregon 97219
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
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
Mark Burton, Psychologist  in Portland
“For help with communication, conflict resolution, emotional intelligence or relationship enhancement, I provide research-proven coaching and therapy skills customized to meet your specific needs. For over 25 years I have helped straight couples, LGBT couples and individuals address relationship issues such as: Improved communication; Deepening of affection; Problem solving; Dual career / family business challenges; Problems with depression, anxiety or anger; Divorce or commitment issues; Parenting skills; Sexual enhancement; Infidelity & trust; Rekindling romance. My training has been provided by top marital researchers such as John Gottman, Ph.D. and Susan Johnson, Ph.D.
(503) 451-6257
Portland, Oregon 97205
Mark G. Dillon, Psychologist  in Portland
“I focus primarily on the assessment and diagnosis of problems related to attention and memory (for example, ADHD) and related problems (for example anxiety and depression). Clients that are interested in getting accommodations at work or school often use my services. Other clients use the reports to help guide medical treatment (for example, helping a provider to assess for the appropriateness of medication and/or behavioral therapy for treatment of ADHD).
(503) 877-1847
Portland, Oregon 97212
Jennifer Shay, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW, MSW
“Welcome. Knowing what we value, need and want is a process that occurs throughout our lifetime. As a therapist and gerontologist (the study of aging throughout the lifespan), I collaborate with my clients in their efforts to recognize current needs, design long term goals and integrate and make meaning of their past.
(503) 622-8180
Portland, Oregon 97202
Tera Hoffman, Psychologist  in Portland
“I believe that each of us has an inner wisdom that can guide us through life's most difficult challenges. At times our inner voice is strong and clear, whereas at other times it is faint and obscure. Psychotherapy can help us discover and clarify who we are, what we need, the direction we want to go and the form we want our lives to take. I assist my clients in clarifying their thoughts, feelings, perceptions and values, ultimately resulting in positive changes in their relationships and lives.
(971) 302-4331
Portland, Oregon 97210
Carol S Jones, Psychologist  in Portland
“My practice provides psychological services for adults and couples. My practice has developed out of a special concern for assisting individuals and their families understand their total psychological experience, including the significance of unconscious emotional processes, which greatly affect psychological well being. Psychotherapy helps individuals and couples learn to use their internal and external resources to their fullest potential. Psychotherapy also encourages and supports healthy emotional development by helping individuals and couples understand and utilize their emotional experiences.
(503) 288-6066
Portland, Oregon 97217
Dr. Ruth Friedel, Psychologist  in Portland
“If you are dealing with anxiety, depression; a work or family relationship problem; medical issue, work stress, "codependency," or a major life transition you will probably enjoy working with me. Some people want brief therapy, some want an approach where they can consider options & feelings in a slower & more thoughtful manner. You have the choice of individual, couples, and/or group therapy - each individualized to your particular needs and personality. Complex problems require an experienced therapist.
(503) 925-5025
Portland, Oregon 97209
Christine E Howard, Psychologist  in Portland
“Have you ever wondered why one day you feel enthusiastic, clear, ready to follow your dreams...then the next day, you wake up feeling empty, confused, and full of self-doubt? You remember feeling more motivated and enthusiastic, but you just can't access it. Maybe you feel hopeless that anything can change. Likely, you have tried a number of things to help yourself feel better. Maybe these prior efforts have led to temporary relief, but not to more lasting, holistic changes. I can help! My therapeutic goal is to help you find ways to live a happier, more satisfying life.
(503) 610-5076
Portland, Oregon 97210
Pilar Hernandez-Wolfe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, LPC
“Our lives evolve in relationship to ourselves, our partners, our families, communities and other beings (e.g. animals & the land). Healing involves allowing a healthy flow of emotion, communication, care and balance in those areas where we find ourselves stuck. I specialize in working with international and interracial couples, sex therapy, foreign students and employees, third culture children and their families, and anxiety related disorders including traumatic stress, generalized anxiety, panic attacks and social anxiety from a multicultural perspective. I am fully bilingual and multicultural and will bring to our work my life experience across cultures and my professional training.
(443) 214-3166
Portland, Oregon 97202
Joey Ellen O'Connell, Counselor  in Portland
“All families experience transitions, and even positive change can cause stress. I am a Marriage and Family Therapist with over 13 years of experience working with young children and their families in home, school and community settings.I view my role as a therapist to be that of a collaborator, working to build on existing strengths and resources and to create a safe space to discuss these issues honestly, without fear of shame or judgment. I employ an eclectic approach with a strong emphasis on play, attachment, structural, and solution-focused family therapies.
(503) 766-5894
Portland, Oregon 97205
Maru Serricchio, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR
“Imagine the following: you have been using the same paint palette for a while. You never clean the palette, so all the paint from the past years have dried on top of each other. One day, you feel uneasy with the top color so you decide to rip it off. It isn't until you turn it over that you see all the colors and realize they cannot be separated from each other.
(661) 369-8295
Portland, Oregon 97209
“The Pacific Psychology Clinic is part of Pacific University's school of Professional Psychology and is one of the main training sites for our doctoral students and interns. Our therapists are advanced doctoral psychology students supervised by experienced, licensed psychologists. Our mission is to bring meaningful change in clients' lives, the education of tomorrow's clinical psychologists, and the scientific study and development of effective treatments. Since 1980, the Pacific Psychology Clinic has provided outpatient assessment and psychotherapy services to children, adolescents, adults, couples and families in the greater Portland area.
(503) 446-2147
Portland, Oregon 97205
Colin A Wolf  in Portland
“You're hurting, and you're looking for solutions. I'll guide you through exploring your inner world and your relationship styles, in a way that is free of judgment and full of compassion. Together we'll look for patterns in your life that cause you pain. We'll ask questions: What are your needs? Values? Goals? Dreams? How well do you communicate them? What is holding you back? I'll help you reclaim disowned parts of yourself and learn new life strategies that allow you to move through pain, bringing you more freedom and a greater sense of aliveness.
(503) 822-6765
Portland, Oregon 97212
Dino Paris, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Have you been to therapy before with no concrete results. Are you satisfied with the way you feel inside. Do you derive pleasure and fulfillment from your relationships. If not, welcome you to the new world of therapy. Problems that have troubled you all your life can now be cleared through the use of powerful therapy tools. If your marriage, or other relationships feel stuck or even beyond the point of repair, do not despair. google "city search Dino Paris" to read client testimonials, and descriptions of their amazing results.
(503) 567-5876
Portland, Oregon 97239
Julie Ibrahim, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you struggling with change? Do you want to take your life in a different direction? I specialize in working with adults who need help navigating major life transitions such as divorce, death of a loved one, children leaving home, leaving an abusive relationship, retirement, job loss, recovery, major career changes, and much more. I've personally been through many of these life changes myself and understand firsthand many of the issues and feelings you're experiencing. I can help you sort through your options and move from being stuck to being in action!
(925) 361-3852
Portland, Oregon 97201
Amy Baker, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT
“You're upset, even angry, when others don't listen, understand or help. You're frustrated that what you've already tried hasn't seemed to work. It's overwhelming and exhausting facing challenges on your own and you're tired of banging your head against the wall while losing sleep in the process. The fact that you're reading this means you've already taken difficult steps toward making things better which in and of itself takes courage and strength. I admire your decision to seek help and want to support your efforts to gain control in your life.
(503) 564-1329
Portland, Oregon 97239
Erica Tan, Psychologist  in Portland
“As a clinical psychologist trained as an integrationist, I enjoy working with people from a holistic perspective. I believe it is important to consider not only what is going on in the present, but also what has happened developmentally, biologically, interpersonally,and cognitively. In addition to conceptualizing our experiences as people from a systems perspective, I conduct individual, group, and family therapy using a DBT-informed frame of practice. What this means is that change comes about by learning new behaviors in a variety of contexts while balancing the reality of a person's situation and skill level with acceptance.
(503) 980-1301
Portland, Oregon 97217
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