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Grief Therapists in Redmond
Bereavement, Loss, Mourning

David Minshew  in Redmond
“I believe it is the quality of the relationship which transforms and helps people heal, grow and change. I try to help you feel safe, comfortable and trusting so this process can begin and take hold to where you trust yourself with more certainty. I treat individuals with symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD, relationship problems, grief and loss, and sexual addiction. I consider all of the individual, one's beliefs, thoughts, feelings, behaviors, past, present and future experiences. I use a combinations of therapies such as, Cognitive Behavioral, Psychodynamic, and Emotion-Focused with couples.
Grief
(541) 516-1845
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Katie Hayden-Lewis, Counselor  in Redmond
“I work with individuals, families, parents and groups that experience a range of emotional challenges and mental health issues. Those include acute and chronic symptoms of anxiety, depression, thought disorders, stigma, identity development, isolation, spiritual questions, perfectionism, addiction, trauma and issues that come from the death of an important person, ideal, relationship, hope, or life dream. I am a psychotherapist for individuals and family members that navigate these challenges. My practice has a strong basis in understanding human development as a holistic growth process. That process is a pathway that fits the unique values, beliefs, and life views of my clients.
Grief
(541) 716-5785
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Carol A Zancanella, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Redmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I work from a strengths perspective - this means that I believe each of us has strengths that can help us move through or solve the challenges we may face. Often, in the midst of difficulties, we have trouble seeing our own resourcefulness. I can help you learn to think about and experience situations from new perspectives, look at where you might be getting stuck, explore patterns of behavior that may not be working, suggest resources, and help you explore what your own solutions to the situations you face will be. I will invite your ongoing feedback about whether the sessions are on track for you.
Grief
(541) 233-4409
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Betty J Beaumont, Counselor  in Redmond
“I hold a Master's Degree in Clinical Psychology and have worked at a residential treatment center, outpatient clinics, and private practice. Client's who feel safe, secure, and trusts the therapeutic relationship can begin the healing process, and discover common patterns in their thoughts and behaviors. Past relationships tend to shape current interactions with people. I believe the basic assumptions are that people are doing the best they can, want relief from their emotional distress, and to have quality relationships.The goal of therapy is having quality relationships that enable clients to develop healthy choices to fill unmet needs.
Grief
(480) 696-5205
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Jennifer McKague LPC, Counselor  in Redmond
“My approach to counseling is collaborative and my goal is to develop caring, respectful relationships with my clients. I believe everyone can develop new skills and strategies in order to be successful. My therapeutic interventions are holistic and integrative and the specific treatment strategies I utilize in my practice include those drawn from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused, Mindfulness Based, and Play Therapy. My practice focuses on promoting healing and resiliency in children, families, and adults. My work is greatly influenced by attachment and developmental theories, brain and trauma research, and the practice of mindfulness throughout the lifespan.
Grief
(541) 213-2151
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Julie Anne Branaugh, Counselor  in Redmond
“I believe that everyone can develop and strengthen skills to cope with emotional distress, improve relationships, and find purpose in life. The therapeutic relationship is key to building trust and developing skills. I counsel adults, children, couples, and families in a private practice setting.
Grief
(541) 516-6184
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Nancy Irey Holmes, Psychologist  in Redmond
“I am a Psychologist practicing in Portland and Redmond Oregon and Vancouver WA. Previous experience includes: 30 years in private practice, training clinicians in a Naturopathic Medical School and Allopathic Family Practice Residency Training Porgram. Recent settings include creating a Behavioral Health integration program at a federally funded family medical clinic and working as a Psychologist at a 'cutting edge' rural mental health center (focusing on traumaic brainin injury and chronic pain management).
Grief
(541) 982-2005
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SAP
“Making the decision to go to a counselor/psychotherapist is a true act of courage. I honor you for taking this courageous step. I specialize in working with individuals struggling with all types of addictions ie alcohol,drugs,sex,food,gambling. I view addictions in a broader sense to include self defeating thought patterns, love/relationship addiction, hoarding, internet use, procrastination. Addictions are about avoiding pain and getting trapped in a repetitive cycle of thoughts and behaviors that result in more pain and regret. I provide my clients with a roadmap to follow as they seek to reclaim their self-esteem, integrity and joy.
Grief
(541) 526-5349
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Alan Werkman LCSW - Child and Family Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Redmond
“My approach is collaborative, ie, we figure out together what's going on and how best to work towards better outcomes. My patients are children, adolescents and their families, couples and adults - young and old. I have a good deal of experience with acting-out behaviors, parenting challenges, depression, anxiety, trauma-based behaviors. While some difficulties can be more skillfully dealt with, I am skeptical that life's problems can be 'resolved' forever and ever. Emotions and thoughts will forever arise, offering endless opportunities to learn different responses, ultimately transforming habitual reactions into conscious responses that work better for us.
Grief
(541) 394-0701
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Ryan F Reese  in Redmond
“I specialize working with those who feel sad, lonely, angry, have experienced a recent loss or life transition, and those who seek to find meaning and purpose in the midst of stressful, busy lives. I possess a passion for working with adolescents and young adults who experience difficult emotions, thoughts, behaviors, or youth who find it hard to connect with others. I find that my outdoor-based approach to counseling is especially helpful for those who are creative, learn best through doing, and those who may have had previous unsatisfactory experiences in counseling.
Grief
(541) 790-2954
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Kristina E Ziegler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Redmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ATR-BC, CADC, I
“I am eager to help you on your personal journey away from depression, anxiety, addiction, and anger towards fulfillment and happiness! I love working with children (age 8 and above), adolescents, and young adults and feel I have a unique understanding and ability to relate to young people. As a therapist, I see myself as your guide and your coach to self-understanding and positive behavioral change. I will provide a balance of empathy and direct suggestions for improving your relationships, expressing your emotions, and reaching your life goals.
Grief
(541) 512-5457
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Robert S Horowitz, Psychologist  in Redmond
“In 40+ years as a therapist, I have found that patients want to feel and do better as quickly as possible. Consequently, my practice is geared toward timely results within a framework of respectful, confidential collaboration. Encountering a range of emotions and problems by working with patients from a wide variety of groups uniquely equips me to provide highly competent assistance. Also, I can work with other resources such as physicians, clergy, and support groups to provide patients with the most complete services possible. After all these years, I feel lucky to still be so passionate about the work.
Grief
(541) 406-0919
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Jan Falk, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Redmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, BCD
“Time to recharge your relationship!I have been a Psychotherapist since 1989 as well as the Executive Director of four national mental health organizations, supervising other therapists. I use active, directive strategies to restore trust and passion while making you feel emotionally safe. Specializing in "overthinkers." Have appeared TV and radio. Thirty years experience in the effective expression of anger and other powerful emotions and fidelity. Additionally I specialize in school oriented issues (ADD/ADHD,ED,) and issues around adolescence including separation/individuation and the healthy expression of Self. Identification/testing and advocacy for Gifted. Advocacy/assertiveness.
Grief
(703) 991-4117
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Lynne Herbert, Counselor  in Redmond
“I help children, families, and couples to reconnect. Relationships are an essential part of our lives, and my therapy focuses on improving them, even when I'm working with someone individually. Difficulty with communication is usually a large piece of the problem that brings people in to see me. I help open and improve communication, and I teach clients how to continue to maintain closeness and connection outside of therapy in all of their relationships. When we feel more strongly supported by others in our lives, everything changes -- depression, anxiety, and anger decrease while a sense of security and joy increases.
Grief
(541) 526-7688
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Carolyn Ferreira, Psychologist  in Redmond
“I will walk alongside you to help you develop more self-compassion, awareness, and understanding into self-defeating behaviors in order to bring about lasting positive change in your life. My style is compassionate yet direct and down to earth. I am passionate about working with adults of all ages, both individually and in couples counseling. I work with teenagers who are 14 years or older.
Grief
(541) 378-6420
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Brian J. Bulemore, Counselor  in Redmond
“15+ years experience. SUBSTANCE USE CONCERNS * MENTAL HEALTH * ADOLESCENT/YOUNG ADULT SPECIALIST * RELATIONSHIP AND FAMILY CONFLICT * Licensed Professional Counselor and Level III Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor. I am a solution focused therapist working with clients to find relief for current presenting issues and long-term maintenance of their overall emotional/relational well-being. I have worked as an independent therapist, clinical supervisor, consultant, and residential treatment program administrator, having had the benefit of experiencing a wide range of clients and treatment situations. My goal is to provide clients with realistic and practical solutions that have potential for immediate application/results.
Grief
(541) 233-0281
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Dan G Hicks, Counselor  in Redmond
“I am an easy to talk to, solutions oriented therapist, who will partner with you in exploring the challenges of life and how to move forward in ways that will have a lasting impact on you and those you care about most. Together we will look beneath the surface to discover your strengths and make a plan to take on the challenges you are facing in life. I am especially equipped to help adolescents, marriages and families.
Grief
(714) 845-7115
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Sharon J Balsamo  in Redmond
“I use a holistic approach in therapy to address challenges emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. I specialize in working with adults, teens and families, specifically women and men looking to improve their lives through changing their negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors; couples and parents; and teens and young adults with life planning, relationships, and identity development. Treating depression, anxiety, substance abuse issues, and trauma with effective techniques and a loving, compassionate approach.
Grief
(541) 626-0139
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Donna Dobkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Redmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Most people will experience emotional pain from time to time in their lives. However, sometimes that pain becomes too severe or long lasting and begins to interfere with your ability to manage your daily life or may be causing significant distress in the relationships most important to you. No matter what the issue, the desire to overcome the challenges you're facing is what's most important. Knowing that you need some help to sort through personal difficulties is the first step toward making important changes in your life. Choosing the therapist who is right for you is the next.
Grief
(541) 995-0863
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756
Kerri Hanlon, Counselor  in Redmond
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CADCIII, MAC
“I see my role as that of a trained guide whose job is to help clients notice, interpret and work with whatever they encounter on their own unique path of change. My intention is to create a safe, open and supportive space for clients to explore, gain new perspectives and to help empower in the process of reflection, growth and healing.
Grief
(541) 727-0545
Office is near:
Redmond, Oregon 97756

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