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Therapists in Multnomah County

Cayla Panitz, Counselor  in Portland
“Counseling helps cultivate movement and healing. I collaborate with people to help them live a more authentic, connected life. Each person has the ability to heal. I meet you where you are at and we pace therapy accordingly. I approach counseling with a deep empathy and belief in the power of you and your children's strengths and encourage insight, empowerment and self-compassion. It is important to examine the relationships between emotion, thought and behavior while considering past, present and future life contexts and relationships.
(503) 766-5755
Portland, Oregon 97212
Jennifer Linnman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“I believe the struggle that comes with managing everyday life can be as debilitating as major trauma. Anxiety, depression, irritability, low frustration tolerance, no patience....these are all important indicators to understand and perhaps a wake up call from your unconscious mind (or partner or child) to let you know things need to shift in order for you to find peace and increased mood stability, living a more conscious life. My style is relational and attachment oriented, using mindfulness and teaching self regulation. When anxiety and depression are examined and held in a safe place, your true self can emerge.
(503) 444-9772
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
Yael Schweitzer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, BC-DMT
“As a Mindfulness-Based Therapist, people come to me because they want to be heard, and I provide a safe and welcoming space where their voice is heard with respect and a non judgmental approach. I am skilled in listening not just to the spoken word, but also to the body and non verbal expressions. An essential component of my approach is to demonstrate and work with my clients on developing acceptance and compassion to themselves and others. Everyone who seeks therapy for medical, personal and interpersonal reasons is welcome to my clinic. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups.
(971) 236-4069
Portland, Oregon 97232
Deah Baird,   in Portland
“I offer mental health counseling using an experiential, body-centered approach. I work with people who are tired of the way things have been and are looking for meaningful change in their lives. While a review of the past can be a important starting point for change, insight gained in this way is not always enough. Using a mindfulness-based, experiential approach, I assist people to examine the way that less than satisfying patterns and beliefs have affected their lives and then move beyond them; building on existing strengths and discovering new choices.
(503) 476-9881
Portland, Oregon 97213
Jennifer Ripley-Wood, Counselor  in Portland
“I honor where each person is in the change process and provide compassion and support, new perspectives, and tools for change. My areas of specialty are depression, anxiety, parenting challenges, trauma, and eating disorder and body image issues. I listen with great attention and care to help clients identify patterns that keep them from moving forward. One of my strongest skills is helping clients discover a sense of wholeness; how their past and present, strengths and challenges are interconnected. This work is accompanied by practical tools for more positive thinking and healthier behavior choices.
(503) 476-9609
Portland, Oregon 97202
Lizz Hendryx  in Portland
“I enjoy working with a wide age range of adults impacted by, but not limited to, depression, anxiety, grief, domestic violence/abuse, PTSD, employment/workplace, and medical concerns. Whether the challenges you face are personal, health, or work related, I will help you set goals that are important to you. I provide a safe, non-judgmental environment to help you identify factors that keep you from change you wish to see in your life. Together, we will overcome these challenging factors and accomplish your goals. I view counseling as a preventative, integrative approach to a happy and healthy lifestyle.
(503) 376-6963
Portland, Oregon 97209
Marisol Westberg, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“I am a board certified sexologist and marriage and family therapist. I maintain a private practice with a focus on sex therapy in Portland, Oregon. I have been a therapist for 10 years. I am sex-positive and specialize in sex therapy that is inclusive of alternative relationships and erotic minorities. My areas of expertise are intimate relationships, pleasure, infidelity, sexual desire discrepancies, lack of desire, difficulties with orgasm, pain and discomfort in sex, alternative sexualities and lifestyles, sexual abuse and violence. My approach in therapy is one that is positive, validating, and nurturing.
(203) 286-4546
Portland, Oregon 97214
Emily Nemeth, Counselor  in Portland
“I believe the whole person - body, mind, and spirit, are integral to healing and health. Individuals develop to function as well as possible within their given environment, and maladaptive patterns can be brought to health through a comprehensive and dynamic approach including changes in behavior, thoughts, body movement, environment, and emotions. I employ an experiential approach based in mindfulness and utilize dialectical behavior therapy, Gestalt, animal assisted therapy, person-centered and body-centered therapy techniques. I rely on physical and emotional assessment and interpersonal relationship building to promote self-awareness and lifelong change.
(503) 343-9302
Portland, Oregon 97209
Mountain Crest Counseling Services, LLC  in Portland
“*Available nights and weekends* Sometimes in life we have to face rough situations. Whether it's peer stress, transitions, negative interactions, poor choices, or the growing pains of life. I work with many adolescents and adults who have experienced abuse, neglect, and trauma. Many of the clients I work with seek a more positive life and seek growth. In a collaborative space I assist individuals, and families in learning how to cope, and grow from pain and suffering. I strive to work with people and their families in facilitating growth towards more positive interactions, and a positive outlook on life.
(503) 877-1263
Portland, Oregon 97219
Kate Blumner, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“I am a board-certified adult psychiatrist with particular interest and experience in psychodynamic psychotherapy. I offer an individualized approach to emotional difficulties including depression, anxiety, loss and identity concerns. I work with clients to move towards a more rewarding life and more satisfying relationships with others. My approach involves close, empathic listening, interpersonal attunement and curiosity to increase understanding and awareness of underlying patterns of behavior, feelings, and interactions. I find medication can be a useful part of treatment for some but it is not a focus of my practice.
(971) 302-2072
Portland, Oregon 97202
Erin Moline, LPC, Counselor  in Portland
“Safe, relaxed, open, helpful, transformative, grounded, alive. These are a few words that describe my approach to helping. I will work with you to find your moment, open your heart, and learn the power of radically accepting yourself just as you are. When we accept and soften towards everything we are in any given moment, the courage to face the challenges of life rises up naturally.
(503) 713-6856
Portland, Oregon 97204
Michael Brooke, Psychologist  in Portland
“Michael Brooke facilitates social skills groups for teens and young adults (ages 11-35) who are socially awkward, have ADHD, Asperger's Disorder, high functioning autism, or who have a non-verbal learning disability. These are 8-10 week groups that help participants fit in with peers, make friends, and avoid being bullied. Groups run throughout the year at the Portland and Vancouver office. Dr. Brooke also offers therapy for adults who are on the spectrum. Here's what people are saying about Dr. Brooke's groups: "Now, I like socializing and learning about others." Sam 17-year-old-teen
(503) 235-8696 x2
Portland, Oregon 97214
Marina Valdez, Psychologist  in Portland
“*Ofrezco terapia bilingue, en espanol y en ingles.* I offer bilingual therapy, in Spanish and/or English. I believe a sense of trust and safety within the therapeutic relationship is necessary in order to facilitate the change we want to see in our lives. To work towards this goal in my therapeutic relationships, I work from a feminist multicultural framework. I believe the client is the expert on their own experiences. I use collaborative, relational, and strength-based therapy to facilitate a genuine and honest therapeutic relationship that can promote insight and adaptive change.
(971) 701-2403
Portland, Oregon 97202
Melissa Gayle Platt  in Portland
“As a specialist using evidence-based practices for those who have experienced interpersonal trauma, I have extensive training and experience in a wide range of therapy techniques including prolonged exposure, dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive processing therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. My practice is strongly grounded in self-compassion and mindfulness work, which, in my experience, can often be what makes the biggest difference.
(503) 925-5807 x18
Portland, Oregon 97227
Northwest ADHD Treatment Center, Treatment Facility  in Portland
“Dr. Lennen has received specialized training focused on the treatment/assessment of symptoms related to ADHD. Training includes, among others, the OHSU Pediatric Neuropsychology Clinic and Child Development Clinic. Here, he focused on assessing and treating neurological disorders such as ADHD. In addition to training in hospital environments, Dr. Lennen has experience working with adults and students from Elementary School through College focused on developing strategies to improve academic, interpersonal, occupational, and one's overall functioning. Dr. Lennen values the unique strengths of individuals with this disorder, appreciating that often interacting with those diagnosed with ADHD is often very exciting and amusing. Working together with Dr. Lennen, your primary mental health clinician, you will benefit from clear and concise education about ADHD, evidenced-based treatment practices, and a lot of laughter through the treatment process.
(503) 374-0658
Portland, Oregon 97216
Grace Thornton  in Portland
“I became a therapist to help people recover from the traumas they have suffered in a world riddled with abuse. I want to share hope, like someone once did for me and lead others to a more full life when it seems impossible. If you're looking at this now, chances are you're in a really difficult space and looking for answers. I hope that we can meet and figure out your unique answers together, rewrite the story of you so that you can build the life you want.
(503) 343-9045
Portland, Oregon 97214
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.
(503) 713-6896
Portland, Oregon 97214
Pete A Morones, Psychologist  in Portland
“I enjoy working in a collaborative relationship with people that is respectful, accepting and compassionate. I strive to foster a safe environment that is supportive and objective while paying close attention to the therapy relationship to meet people where they are in their process of growth, change and exploration that ideally will help them move towards their goals.
(503) 236-4665
Portland, Oregon 97202
Kyla Hines  in Portland
“**Appointments available evenings and weekends!** As an experienced counselor, I strive to honor my clients in their process and help them achieve their individual and lifestyle goals.I believe that the relationship between therapist and client is very important and I see my role as a collaborative facilitator to assist you in achieving strong mental and emotional health, success, and sustainability. I tailor my therapeutic approach to each individual meeting them where they are at in the moment.
(503) 395-1701
Portland, Oregon 97205

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Multnomah County have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Multnomah County you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Multnomah County and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Multnomah County or family therapy in Multnomah County.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Multnomah County, Oregon, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.