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Couples Therapists in Portland

Victoria Douglas Thoreson, Psychologist  in Portland
“You want prompt solutions to today's challenges. Whether you are facing changes in your personal or work life, are dealing with trauma, illness, grief, depression or anxiety, you want support to identify and implement successful strategies to get back on line as soon as possible. I have an active approach and promote between-session homework and bibliotherapy to integrate the gains you are making. I aggressively seek continuing education for myself in support of your current issues and special concerns. My office reflects a sense of warmth comfort and security in order to create a reassuring environment.
Couples
(971) 236-5142
Portland, Oregon 97219
Melissa Soll, Psychologist  in Portland
“I create a warm and compassionate environment and use the latest evidence-based practices to foster greater self-awareness and growth. Therapy is just one of many ways to help you move in meaningful directions. Chances are, if you are reading this page, you believe this type of support might help you improve your life. Reaching out takes courage and I will honor your trust. Together we will clarify your values/goals and work toward the change you want for your life or relationship. I will handle our time together with care and diligence and offer the highest discretion with regard to your private matters.
Couples
(503) 563-7523
Portland, Oregon 97227
Kathleen B Gleason  in Portland
“I work with individuals & couples who want to lead a full, rich life, based on their values- what is most important to them. I work with clients are struggling with anxiety, depression, grief/loss, trauma, health issues, relationships, addiction, spiritual crisis and life transitions.
Couples
(503) 877-1324
Portland, Oregon 97205
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.
Couples
(503) 567-5876
Portland, Oregon 97239
Catherine Palmer  in Portland
“I am skilled at helping individuals who are experiencing relationship problems, anxiety, grief, depression, low self esteem, past trauma, life transitions, and family of origin issues. Whatever your concerns, we'll work together to improve your life. I am warm and nonjudgmental, yet interactive and engaged. Your time with me will provide a safe space to explore your personal goals, gain insight on what is most meaningful to you, and work around any difficulties that may be holding you back or disempowering you.
Couples
(503) 376-6559
Portland, Oregon 97209
Morgan Fitz Gibbon, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
“The focus of my work is to provide an open, understanding environment for each person's unique experience of being. I enjoy working with anyone who is interested in a deepening understanding of the creative spark of individuality that makes you you. There is often pain that comes with living life on your own terms and I am here to support you. Together we will create and explore your goals of embodying your unique self while healing feelings of shame, anxiety, and frustration.
Couples
(971) 264-2956
Portland, Oregon 97205
Laurie Crandall, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC, NBCC
“I offer professional therapy to support people and families in creating the change and movement they hope for in their lives. People often struggle with life challenges, relationships, unhelpful patterns of behavior, or feeling stuck and unable to make the changes that they want. I believe it is possible to move forward in a fulfilling and healthy way through support, empathy, exploration and collaborative challenge. I specialize in working with: teenager and parent relationships; couples challenges; trauma/stress reactivity; anxiety, attachment issues, depression and mood disorders; life transitions, personality difficulties, and lifestyle/health and wellness.
Couples
(503) 536-1231
Portland, Oregon 97232
Tonya Boyd  in Portland
“As a therapist, my goal is multifaceted. I want to help you develop an expanded awareness of your deeply held values and beliefs, show you the path to healing your past wounds, provide you with tools to skillfully face life's challenges, and assist you in developing the courage to live with authenticity and purpose. I bring a warm, genuine, and compassionate approach to the work I do with adults, adolescents, couples, and groups. I use a variety of approaches, strategies, and tools, each tailored to the individual needs of my clients.
Couples
(503) 713-6896
Portland, Oregon 97214
Susan Evans, Psychologist  in Portland
“Life brings challenges. Life also offers the possibility of meaningful connections, passion, warm sustaining relationships and satisfying work. We all have inherent worth and potential and yet sometimes you may find yourself in emotional patterns that drain you or that create blocks to a more deeply felt sense of peace and stability. Perhaps your relationship is suffering, or you feel overwhelmed with feelings that aren't easily pushed away. Psychotherapy offers a way to slow things down, focus on how to make things better, and reflect on how hurtful patterns got started. By considering therapy, you are taking an important step in shaping a better feeling life.
Couples
(503) 212-4753
Portland, Oregon 97214
Kira LeMat, LCSW, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
“We all have stories. Stories about who we are, where we came from, stories about our relationships, our strengths, and our struggles. Stories grow and change and define us Sometimes we get stuck in negative, toxic or unhelpful stories, and this is when we stop living life the way we want. Therapy is not about changing your stories, but about discovering where you've gotten off track, where you've stopped growing, and how to find ways to get your story headed in the direction of health, healing and happiness.
Couples
(503) 743-8966
Portland, Oregon 97232
Julie Berman, Counselor  in Portland
“Do you feel out of control? Are you suffering in a relationship but find you cannot leave? Or a relationship has ended but the pain still lingers? It feels impossible not to fixate on that one person. How will you get through this? Through vast research in the field of neurobiology we are finding that our brains are wired for connection and when we "quit" a relationship or it's done for us, we experience the same elements of withdrawal as we would from any addiction. I offer individual, couples and family therapy. I work with children and adults, blended families and divorce.
Couples
(917) 746-4107
Portland, Oregon 97232
Jody (Georgia) Swisher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy is a relationship between client and therapist. Healing comes as a result of the work we do together. I create a calm, supportive place where you can feel safe to explore your options and begin to think clearly about your life and your choices.
Couples
(503) 452-5058
Portland, Oregon 97219
“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.
Couples
(503) 446-2147
Portland, Oregon 97205
Jaimie Doig, Counselor  in Portland
“Do you have a heaviness in your chest that is holding you down? Do you want to break free from that feeling? Sometimes people don't want to talk about depression because they might feel that there is no hope. I'm here to tell you that there is hope. I'm not going to lie, there is no quick fix, but there are tools that I have a lot of experience working with people to overcome their depression as well as anxiety and trauma. I believe that if we work together, something will change for the better.
Couples
(503) 382-7444
Portland, Oregon 97214
David A Sangster  in Portland
“From struggling to thriving. Becoming more fully "yourself." Enjoying relationship satisfaction. Strengthening connection to something bigger that is meaningful. Improving effectiveness at work. Feeling more at home in your body and content. Developing mindfulness and PRESENCE. Choosing a therapist that is a great fit is important. So is sorting out what the concerns are to address. There is a difference here you will experience from the get go. The office is the second level of a 1930's Cape Cod style house...inviting and comfortable. With warmth and character. Sessions are a full 60 minutes rather than 50.
Couples
(503) 444-8649
Portland, Oregon 97203
Bryanna Oliver, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
“I am a George Fox Intern at the Hope Connection trained to work systemically with individuals, couples, children, and families. I am helping others work towards change in the larger system through exploration of the past circumstances that impact current functioning. I am client centered, meaning I am open and accepting to your experience and allow you to direct the outcome of the treatment. I am trained in Child Centered Play Therapy and Filial Therapy using the Child Parent Relationship Therapy. I am a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists and the Association for Play Therapy.
Couples
(316) 453-9971
Portland, Oregon 97221
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.
Couples
(503) 288-6066
Portland, Oregon 97217
Kirsten Mcateer, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you ready to... have deep and meaningful connections with others? Yourself? Feel your emotions fully but not let them control you? Make peace with your body and food? Not let the past or fear of the future keep you stuck? Increase your capacity for joy and satisfaction in the present? Learn to make the most of your temperament and finally get out of your own way? Counseling can help. I have extensive experience treating eating disorders, trauma and other issues and bring warmth, humor and directness to my work.
Couples
(503) 213-4436
Portland, Oregon 97213
Dan Rubin, Psychologist  in Portland
“My approach to therapy is based on mindfulness and self-compassion. Mindfulness teaches us how to be present and self-compassion teaches how to be a friend and ally to ourselves no matter what. I offer a warm and safe relationship, good old fashioned listening, and skills to improve effective communication, managing and learning from emotions, self-acceptance, compassion, and connecting with and living your values. Mindfulness-based therapy is practical, evidence-based, and it works. You don't have to be stuck, overwhelmed, or feel disconnected from your life. You can make positive changes, heal, grow, and thrive.
Couples
(503) 894-3068
Portland, Oregon 97214
Patrick Bartos, Psychologist  in Portland
“My aim is to create an environment where you feel safe to explore your problems without being judged. Once we have established a working relationship built on mutual trust and respect, my goals are to help you better understand your problems, identify obstacles to attaining your personal goals, and support you in the process of making positive changes in your life.
Couples
(503) 476-9721
Portland, Oregon 97205
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Couples Therapists
If you're looking for couples therapists in Portland or for a Portland couples therapist these professionals provide couples therapy in Portland. Couples counseling can be effective and saves many relationships, but if you're part of a couple in distress remember that the sooner you get help, the more likely couples counseling will bring about a positive result.

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