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Therapists in Salem

Janda Grigsby  in Salem
“I use a person-centered approach to therapy. This means that I believe people are resourceful, capable of self-understanding, and are able to make the changes that they desire. By building a relationship based on respect, genuineness, and empathetic understanding I strive to create an environment where clients can work towards the growth and change that they desire as I offer encouragement, support and constructive feedback along the way.
(503) 980-4165
Salem, Oregon 97301
Willamette Valley Mental Health, LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salem
“WVMH is a private practice led by Gaedin Keller, a licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. I am also a Certified Alcohol and Drug Abuse counselor. I provide counseling services using a systems approach in offering patient-centered, brief solution-focused, psychoanalytic and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). Services are provided in a safe, culturally sensitive and collaborative atmosphere. I will work with you to create an individualized treatment care plan focused on improving your overall mental health.
(971) 302-2421
Salem, Oregon 97301
Hope Whisperer Christian Counseling, LLC  in Salem
“I am Marcie Walker, the Hope Whisperer. In a safe, warm, and supportive environment, I will honor the words you share with me, and travel your journey with you. I have personal experience in therapeutic work with adults and families, as well as working with students at all grade levels: elementary, middle, high, and college ages. I have 23 years experience working with the special needs population. Preventing bullying is my passion, so it is no wonder that, for the past twenty years as staff and student, I have advocated for many who were bullied and treated unfairly.
(503) 438-4354
Salem, Oregon 97301
“The first session for intake is at no charge. I believe that every individual has the ability to recover and even thrive, despite life's challenges. I believe the focus of good therapy is striving for mental wellness, not just treating mental illness. I see the counseling relationship as a partnership, one that allows the individual to find ways to recover, change, and grow. I specialize in trauma informed, client-centered counseling with adults, adolescents, veterans, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
(503) 451-6458
Salem, Oregon 97301
“In over thirty-five years of practice I have worked with a variety of clients and a wide range of issues; my current focus is individual psychotherapy with adults and teens, along with marital and family work. Methods used include solution focused, narrative and cognitive techniques, and I have training and experience working with mindfulness and emotion focused therapy and some background in psychodynamic formulations.
(503) 728-6662
Salem, Oregon 97301
Sondra Coburn-Coffey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
“"Do you need relief, support, and answers? Feeling stuck, is your sleep, appetite, relationships or health significantly affected, or are you feeling burdened or overwhelmed by your emotions, often feeling frustrated, worried, nervous and anxious more than you like. Often feeling angry, tired, unmotivated or disinterested, and you keep trying and nothing changes or is any better. I can help you and provide relief, support and answers. Appointments are now available no waiting list."
(503) 567-2262
Salem, Oregon 97301
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT
“I am a bilingual therapist and I'm excited to work with individuals, families, and couples who are in search of a positive change in their life. In addition, I enjoy working with parents that are mandated to have therapeutic supervised visits with their children. To conclude, I also work with client that require a psychological evaluation for immigration purposes.
(503) 894-5963
Salem, Oregon 97301
Mattie Day  in Salem
“I have spent many years helping people in different ways, professionally. As an RN, I worked with adults and families facing crises of terminal illness, surgeries and death alongside the delights and challenges of childbirth and launching families. If you are struggling with nightmares and hypervigilant behavior, have lost your ability to feel joy or feel numb and indifferent toward those you love, suffer panic attacks and isolation; I can come alongside and help you understand symptoms and recover from them. If you want to feel normal again and feel liberated from anxieties, fears, and depression, we will work together toward this goal.
(971) 340-2661
Salem, Oregon 97301
Heather Ruddell, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, MFT
“I believe in the ability for people to become socially, emotionally, relationally, and spiritually well when given a safe place to work on personal goals. I work with couples to build a deeper bond that is better prepared to withstand the demands of life. I help families understand how each person affects the other and how these automatic patterns can be upgraded. I also work with individuals seeking to conquer issues from the past or present. Together, we can explore the past in order to bring healing and a renewed sense of understanding and purpose to the present.
(503) 444-8845
Salem, Oregon 97301
Sharon Parker Jabari, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Nexus Child & Family Services offers professional and caring services to meet the needs of our children and their families. I've worked as therapist in a variety of settings over the past 17 years, I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) with the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists. I hold a master's degree in Applied Behavioral Sciences with concentration in Systems Counseling. My career has focused on facilitating change while providing quality services to individual's in need of assistance and the tools to achieve personal and societal effectiveness they seek in their lives.
(503) 336-9948
Salem, Oregon 97301
Maria Gdontakis-Pos  in Salem
“I work collaboratively with clients to establish an environment of honesty and safety, and help clients learn and utilize skills to help them in effectively dealing with current and past issues. I invite clients to take charge of their lives and to examine their relationships and experiences for growth and change. I encourage clients to be compassionate and caring towards themselves throughout the process. I also believe in helping clients work through their challenges while building on their strengths for empowerment and growth.
(971) 264-2096
Salem, Oregon 97301
David C. Brillhart, Psychologist  in Salem
“You may experience situations, thoughts, and emotions in your life that seem overwhelming; a tug-of-war struggle with seemingly limited options. I would be honored to help you navigate life choices amidst your present emotional pain by clarifying what really matters to you in the process. I work with a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) within a comfortable and supportive atmosphere for: Anger Management, Anxiety, Depression, Grief & Loss for pets and loved ones, Interpersonal Relationship Problems, LGBTQ-affirmative issues, Trauma & Abuse Recovery, Sex Offender-specific Therapy, and Work-related Stress.
(503) 567-9681
Salem, Oregon 97301
Anne M Carroll, Counselor  in Salem
“My name is Anne M. Carroll, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Oregon. I view therapy as an opportunity for the client and me to identify obstacles and challenges that are getting in the way of his/her functioning or overall happiness. Then, we work together to reduce or eliminate those obstacles. I also endeavor to provide cost-effective, reliable, and convenient counseling services. Over the last 12 years, I have worked with children, adolescents, and families, as well as individuals.
(971) 264-2438
Salem, Oregon 97301
Ingrid Knudson  in Salem
“Restoring foundations. "Restaurando la fundación." Discovering the silver underneath the dross. Hope is tangible. Life experiences, hurts, burdens, and endless chaos can leave one devastated, isolated, and feeling alone. There is more than emptiness. There is tangible and real-life hope. One of Ingrid's greatest strengths as a relational therapist is that she walks alongside clients through this process as they discover and grasp the hope that is on the other side.
(503) 980-4552
Salem, Oregon 97301
Mary Hammond, Counselor  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, D-CEP, R-PTS
“WOMEN, MEN AND CHILDREN-- 25 years experience-- I work with adults and children with a drug-free approach. Clients who are experiencing relationship difficulties, work/school issues, depression, post traumatic stress, addictions, eating disorders, anxiety, grief, infertility, and chronic illness-particularly cancer with Dynamic Energetic Healing®--DEH (an energy psychology model) as well as with standard cognitive/behavioral and developmental approaches. I work with children and their parents using developmental and attachment strategies-- play/art/sandtray therapy and energy psychology for many child disorders. Your child will receive a thorough assessment and parents will receive guidance for dealing with their child's issues.
(503) 999-5427
Salem, Oregon 97306
Gail A Bills, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CGACII
“The dictionary defines emotional resilience as "an ability to recover from, or adjust easily to, misfortune or change." You might think that some people are naturally resilient and some are not, that the capacity for resilience is a matter of luck or genes. I think it is more complicated.The core belief underlying my counseling approach is that all people have the capacity for resilience and, thus, recovery. While counseling does not protect you from life's inevitable misfortunes, it can help you learn ways to increase the likelihood that your responses to adversity are constructive.
(503) 451-6382
Salem, Oregon 97301
Empowerment Guidance,   in Salem
“Is there something in your life that isn't working? You are not alone! While each of us is unique in our specific life experience, what holds us back is self-judgement and blame. With a degree in Psychology from Harvard University; training in Mindfulness, Hypnotherapy, Energy Psychology; Somatic Awareness; and National Accreditation in Addiction Studies; my approach to wellness is holistic. My goal is to help you uncover your deepest potential, to find and walk your true path and live a purposeful, authentic life.
(503) 508-7518
Salem, Oregon 97302
Howard Brockman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Salem
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, DCEP
“I have been in private practice since 1981. My specialization includes resolving anxiety and panic attacks, depression, PTSD from trauma and spiritual issues such as getting clear on one's path of heart. I have many years of experience teaching and practicing yoga and meditation and integrate mindfulness into my therapy. I currently practice and teach a new psychological discipline called Energy Psychology. This recruits the body's essential energy system to eliminate traumatic residue rapidly and painlessly. Check my website for more information.
(971) 236-4023
Salem, Oregon 97302
Beth Doyle, Counselor  in Salem
“I work with people who want to live the life they have always dreamed of living but are having difficulty accomplishing this on their own.
(503) 391-1300
Salem, Oregon 97306
Carlene Shultz, Psychologist  in Salem
“My name is Carlene Shultz and I am a licensed psychologist with over 20 years of experience as a therapist helping people heal from trauma and the effects of childhood abuse, substance use and co-dependence; navigate life transitions; create and nurture the relationships in their lives (including Self relationship); and develop and strengthen their spritual base. People come to see me with concerns including depression, anxiety, grief and loss, relationship difficulties or emerging awareness of the presence of addictive or abusive patterns in their lives. I help them identify inner gifts, unlocked blocked potential and transform their lives.
(971) 236-5025
Salem, Oregon 97302

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