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Gloria Londagin, Psychologist  in Portland
“I have worked as a psychologist and psychoanalyst for 30 years helping individuals and couples with a wide variety of concerns; including troubled relationships, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, trauma and life transitions. I listen in a deep, respectful and helpful way, provide clear guidance and an emotionally safe place to explore your hidden and possibly painful feelings and thoughts. In therapy we will explore your present and past relationships and come to understand how they influence you now. Therapy works to free you to make changes in how you are living now by loosening these threads to your past.
(503) 224-8116
Portland, Oregon 97210
Zoe Presley, Counselor  in Portland
“Throughout the world and across all cultures, nature is viewed as having intrinsic healing qualities. In our urban existence, we attempt to re-create these healing experiences separated from the life-giving force of the natural world. It's time to return to our roots. My practice is about supporting you to achieve deep healing in a nature retreat setting, in Portland's NW Hills. Nestled in an apple orchard and adjacent to private forested trails, Enlightened Nature Retreat is just 20 minutes from Portland and Hillsboro.
(503) 616-2712
Portland, Oregon 97209
Jenjee T. Sengkhammee, Psychologist  in Portland
“As a integrationist, I use an interpersonal (relational) and multicultural approach, while integrating tenets of cognitive and mindfulness. I believe the relationship I have with clients is the foundation of every effective therapy relationship. It provides space for dialogue based in honest and genuine feedback that helps us as human beings to grow beyond our problems and create change. As a woman of color, I value the unique and contextual experiences we have that shape our identities and lives. Clients are the experts of their lived experience and personal problems. Together, we will collaboratively develop individualized, meaningful, and effective coping strategies to work through issues.
(971) 216-5806
Portland, Oregon 97202
Talia Shide  in Portland
“Is your child struggling at school or at home? Are you looking for new ideas to address the challenges you are facing? Wondering if counseling is right for you? All of us have points in our lives when we need additional support to handle what life has given to us. I know how difficult it can be to ask for help so I offer a compassionate, safe environment. I work collaboratively with you and your family to find solutions to the challenges you are facing in order to improve your daily living.
(503) 444-9467
Portland, Oregon 97221
Kathryn Bereman-Skelly, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Portland
“I specialize in helping people understand and work through feelings of anxiety. Anxieties often surface during life transformations, such as pregnancy and after childbirth. My focus is working with women who would like to understand their current life situation, their feelings, and find clarity in their many life roles. I also offer career counseling for those looking for more meaning and fulfillment in work.
(503) 336-9425
Portland, Oregon 97213
Bridget Fanning-Ono, Psychologist  in Portland
“My approach to therapy is practical, result-oriented, and emphasizes empowerment through the building of insight and self-awareness. In an atmosphere of trust and collaboration, I will work with you to understand the meaning of your symptoms and rediscover your capacity to make meaningful choices that are right for you.
(503) 883-8756
Portland, Oregon 97205
Joshua M. Higginbotham, Counselor  in Portland
“Life can be difficult and often requires adjustment. Many of us find we need some help at some point along the way. You are not alone. There is hope and help. I love helping. I love working with those who are motivated to change their lives. I want to help you better understand yourself, and your relationships. I want to help you heal, grow and take responsibility for your life. My goal for clients is for them to acquire the insight, skills, and self-confidence to navigate the terrain of life and relationships more effectively.
(503) 967-2592
Portland, Oregon 97229
Janice Coco, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker, helping adults who experience depression, anxiety, and other painful feelings associated with life transitions, relationship difficulties, marital issues, grief and loss, past trauma, separation, sexual assault, work-related issues, and stalled creativity. My work is collaborative--I offer a safe, non-judgmental space where we can explore your concerns and needs freely. I also work with couples with an eye toward greater emotional connection, reparation, and renewal.
(503) 336-9923
Portland, Oregon 97202
Robert Dobres, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Working with a therapist provides a space for exploring your wants, hopes and dreams -- as well as for examining internal conflicts that may be getting in the way of living a more vital and satisfying life. My work is about helping you gain a deeper understanding of yourself and of the relationships in your life. When you feel heard and understood, you can start to discover the many unrealized facets of yourself and learn how to remove obstacles in your way.
(503) 766-5540
Portland, Oregon 97205
Rachel Joy Rockey  in Portland
“Occupy your life! Live out Loud! Take a deep breath...notice...and let it go. Be alive to your life in this present moment. We take over 20,000 breaths per day, often unaware of merely one. I invite you to allow yourself the space to breathe. Become inspired to live the life YOU desire. My path as a healer, has been a 12 year journey of focused attention to supporting women, families, couples, activists, men, and those marginalized by mental illness. When we are separated from our true nature, we hurt. We suffer in the absence of connection.
(503) 505-9953
Portland, Oregon 97203
Sarah C Wilson  in Portland
“I believe all people have an innate capacity for growth and positive change. Sometimes we just need some help finding our way. As a therapist I help children, adults, and families find their own paths to healing by listening closely to the strengths and capacities they already have, while helping them remove the barriers that get in the way. People from all backgrounds are welcome in my office, where I strive to provide an environment that feels safe, friendly, and non-judgmental to all. Building trust and safety in the therapy room is important in helping people feel supported, gain insight, and practice new skills.
(503) 487-0285
Portland, Oregon 97217
Karen St Clair, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Given that you are reading this, you may be experiencing stress and feeling distress. As you take this courageous step toward solving a problem, consider the following: as your therapist, I strive to support you in being your authentic self in the context of a complex and multifaceted world. You know that you are your own expert; I want to work with that expert. You care about balance and harmony; I offer you professional therapeutic services that consider all your permutations - physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual. Together, we can find clarity in understanding while building emotional strength and flexibility.
(503) 489-9426
Portland, Oregon 97214
Martha Darkins, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you struggling with compulsive sexual thoughts or behaviors that interfere with work or relationships? Do you have a secret life? Are you married to or partnered with someone who lies, cheats or betrays you? Are you re-experiencing the pain of a trauma or abuse history? I can help you gain relief from sadness, loss and grief. End the cycle of one-night stands, hook-ups and failed relationships. You can redefine your goals for healthy sexuality and find a way back to your true values, making your life worth living. Seek help. Therapy works if you are willing to work on your recovery.
(503) 451-6549
Portland, Oregon 97239
Sharon Elwood, Counselor  in Portland
“Emotional pain can reflect a wake up call. If you're feeling sad, detached, frustrated or angry you don't have to suffer alone. Relief is possible by utilizing the therapeutic process which can lead to a deeper understanding of your suffering. I will collaboratively work with you to honor the sacred within so that you may experience the life you desire. It is my belief that inside all of us lies the ability to heal from our wounds. With support and compassion I can guide you on your journey toward wholeness. I look forward to hearing from you.
(971) 236-5161
Portland, Oregon 97205
Norma Schell, LPC, NCC, MHC, Counselor  in Portland
“Our work, can help you feel better, increase self understanding and improve communication skills. I respect the courage required for real change to occur. Most clients wish for more in life. In moving beyond painful emotions and experiences toward an authentic life opens us to peace, love, joy and purpose. I honor the deep wisdom in humankind as expressed through experiences, symptoms, feelings, emotions, dreams, images and daydreams. I believe these offer guidance toward finding the person we were born to be. Also to facilitate appointments I offer evening appointments.
(503) 406-6363
Portland, Oregon 97205
Anne Harris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with adults and teens to move through difficult challenges compassionately and intentionally. As a therapist, I provide an inclusive, non-judgmental space in which you can process the feelings of "being stuck" while feeling heard and understood. As a client, you can expect to join efforts to explore, laugh, and find your voice again. I help my clients to find freedom and strength as you express thoughts and emotions in a safe environment, thereby deepening your relationship with your true self and with others. I believe the therapy relationship should be one of mutual respect and collaboration.
(971) 645-4975
Portland, Oregon 97210
Melissa Owens LPC, Counselor  in Portland
“I offer respectful confidential counseling to help you with the following issues * Brief therapy to get 'unstuck' * Personal transformation - build on strengths to make desired changes * Learn how to listen and be heard, love and be loved * Strengthen communication, connections, relationships and boundaries * Free yourself from addiction, addictive relationships, compulsive behaviors, eating disorders, compulsive sexuality, shopping, internet addiction, obsessions and ruminations * Work through grief, loss, abuse, illness, accidents, trauma and difficult transitions * Prevent debilitating patterns of depression, unmanageable anxiety, and rage * Heal emotional reactivity and stop hurting yourself and those you love.
(971) 264-5497
Portland, Oregon 97205
Laura Orgel, Psychologist  in Portland
“I work with people of all ages and am experienced in treating anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship problems, substance abuse and eating disorders. I enjoy working with adults who are rethinking longstanding patterns, struggling with family-of-origin issues, or adjusting to unanticipated changes in their lives. I see these transitions as opportunities for growth, healing, and the development of greater awareness. I also work with children and teens and bring creativity, experience and common sense to this work. I work with couples and families, especially those experiencing conflict, transitions, or struggles related to loss, trauma, divorce, remarriage, or shifting roles.
(503) 278-5015
Portland, Oregon 97232
Bonnie B Comfort, Psychologist  in Portland
“For over 28 years I have worked with individual adults and couples, addressing emotional pain and distress. So often we operate on assumptions and conclusions we came to while very young, and we continue to make today's decisions based on information that is long outdated and yet still compelling. In the safety and privacy of a psychologist's office, the complexities of present relationships can be explored, and maladaptive ways of coping and relating can shift. Gaining insight into oneself allows for symptom relief, change and healing.
(503) 610-5673
Portland, Oregon 97205
Tod E Fiste, Counselor  in Portland
“I help people grow in self-awareness and create greater balance in their lives. Imbalance can look like: a very intelligent person who is disconnected from his or her emotions; a couple struggling with a relationship not matching their expectations and assumptions; a young man or woman searching for personal and professional fulfillment; or someone in middle age yearning for greater authenticity in life and love. If you are ready to explore yourself and your possibilities in depth, to heal, and to move beyond healing into growth, then I can help support and guide you in that journey.
(503) 406-3617
Portland, Oregon 97209
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