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Therapists in Multnomah County

Becca Taplin  in Portland
“Have your feelings have taken over your life and do you feel like you are just too emotional? Or do you have no clue what you're feeling half the time and find yourself disconnected from those around you? I work with teens, young adults, and adults who feel like they don't quite fit in and are tired of feeling too much or too little. I want to support you in making peace with your emotions and help you embrace who you truly are.
(503) 379-0388
Portland, Oregon 97214
Mollie C Clarke, Counselor  in Portland
“I focus on helping you develop a friendly, compassionate relationship to yourself as a foundation from which to make the changes you want in your life. Often people experience a particular problem, like finances or relationship problems, and then come down hard on themselves for having the problem - a double whammy. I draw on my 26 years in private practice and post-masters training to help work with you to design a counseling that respects and fits your needs and goals.
(503) 567-1671
Portland, Oregon 97214
Grace Willson Cantor  in Portland
“I believe that everyone is capable of growth and healing. I employ a client-centered, humanistic approach in counseling and customize my work to the individual needs of each client. My style is warm and collaborative. I know that it can be difficult to initiate the process of counseling. My office space is inviting and I strive to create a relationship characterized by trust, safety and hope.
(503) 894-5688
Portland, Oregon 97212
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.
(971) 236-5142
Portland, Oregon 97219
Michael D. Wade, Pastoral Counselor  in Portland
Pastoral Counselor, PhD
“Disillusioned with organized religion, but still believe in God? Need help with your relationship, but a weekly hour at the counselor isn't quite enough? I offer a 3-day Intensive Couples Training providing thirty hours of skill training in loving communication, emotional understanding, belief-system work, and relationship renegotiation. Stay in our B&B style luxury suite with all meals provided. After 40 years of full-time counseling practice, in 25 countries, with a rich background in business, travel, and life, I am delighted to provide a truly relationship changing experience for those couples who are ready for more.
(503) 967-4078
Portland, Oregon 97266
Paul Lee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have been providing therapy to individuals and couples for over 20 years. I have extensive experience in helping people overcome depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and heal from childhood or domestic abuse. I also provide anger management counseling and domestic violence intervention groups. My approach is collaborative. I listen and understand my clients' perspective of the problem and potential solutions, while providing input based on my professional training and experience. I believe that the chances of making positive changes are enhanced by a combination of support, recognizing and utilizing one's strengths, and being challenged to try new approaches.
(503) 822-6596
Portland, Oregon 97214
Athena Dorey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“When you need support during difficult times, help is within reach. I have almost 20 years international experience working with people whose coping skills have been overwhelmed by unexpected change, stress, life transitions, depression, anxiety, past trauma and neglect , chronic illness, addictive behaviors or when you simply need support during those difficult times of life we all experience.
(503) 567-2409
Portland, Oregon 97213
“I am a Clinical Psychologist licensed to practice in Oregon. I have experience in both general medical and psychiatric hospital settings as well as out-patient mental health clinics. I have been in full-time private practice since 1985. Areas of expertise and interest include: depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, chronic pain, child behavior problems, adult ADHD, and issues related to aging. My training includes: psychodynamic, family systems, cognitive-behavioral, mindfulness and play therapies. My approach is a blend of these tailored to meet the needs of the particular people with whom I'm working.
(503) 451-6385
Portland, Oregon 97232
Sharon O'Brien, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you getting what you want out of life? I help my clients identify and let go of negative feelings, old behavior patterns, and ways of thinking that prevent them from living the life they want. Counseling can help you experience the joy of self-acceptance and the peace of mind that comes with healthy self-esteem. In the process, you can create stronger relationships, improve your communication with others, and see new possibilities for your life.
(503) 799-2668
Portland, Oregon 97209
Christopher Tucker, Counselor  in Portland
“*** CURRENTLY NOT TAKING NEW CLIENTS *** Therapy offers the opportunity to make lasting positive changes in life and in relationships. By exploring the role the past has played in current difficulties and dissolving old, destructive patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving, life can be more balanced and joyful. I offer warmth, compassion, support, and insight to my clients, with an approach that is direct, non-judgmental, and tailored to meet the specific needs of each individual. Oriented toward building on natural strengths and empowering meaningful changes, our work together can foster an increased ability to more adaptively attend to the ever-changing flow of life.
(503) 567-4834
Portland, Oregon 97209
“Our life experiences impact who we are and who we become. The positive experiences stay with us, but the negative experiences stay with us as well. The relationships we have had throughout our lives are also deeply influential in shaping who we are and our current relationships. Therapy can be helpful in giving each person a deeper understanding of who they are and how their relationships and experiences have impacted them. My approach to treatment is to look for the root cause of the discomfort or pain the individual or couple is experiencing in order to help create lasting change.
(503) 427-9998
Portland, Oregon 97209
Judith E. Potts, Counselor  in Portland
“During my 30+ years as a Counselor and Coach, I have encountered people with every imaginable complaint and life challenge. Witnessing transformation in my clients and their relationships inspires my work and strengthens my belief in people's ability to grow, change, recover, cope, and create rich, fulfilling lives. My approach is collaborative: we work together to develop a dynamic treatment plan that changes as you progress. I provide non-judgmental, individualized therapeutic guidance: encouragement, motivation, and support, sometimes gently pushing you to exceed even your own expectations. Learn new skills and coping strategies, gain awareness, improve your relationships, thrive!
(503) 379-9538
Portland, Oregon 97202
Chuck Moshontz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I am licensed as a Marriage and Family Therapist in both Oregon (T0997) and California (MFC38767). I work with issues ranging from depression and anxiety to problematic relationships with friends, families, or partners; job difficulties, lack of social support and loneliness, substance abuse, and life transition issues such as the empty nest, aging, illness, care-taking of elderly relatives, and even fundamental questions about identity, death, and the meaning of life. I see the process of psychotherapy as a collaborative inquiry.
(424) 625-2791
Portland, Oregon 97206
Patricia Albrecht, Psychologist  in Portland
“Im here to help you at the level and in the areas you want to work. I enjoy working with a wide range of clients and getting to know each person individually. In addition to conventional talk therapy, I am able to offer you an extensive tool box of therapies and techniques. At the foundation of therapy is a safe, trusting relationship. From here, we can figure out together what your needs and hopes are and develop an effective plan. It is an honor to be part of the therapeutic journey that leads to a more satisfying and purposeful life.
(503) 583-8250
Portland, Oregon 97232
Kathryn Senders, Counselor  in Portland
“Feeling stuck? Overwhelmed and confused? Experiencing anxiety and wanting more out of life but not sure what, or how to get there? Do you feel like you have a purpose, but wonder what it is? I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 20 years experience in helping adults, couples and adolescents during challenging times, whether it be due to depression, anxiety, loss and grief, or low self esteem. We will work collaboratively in a respectful environment to increase your awareness, resolve conflict and decrease self sabotaging behaviors. Often, just making the call to talk is the most difficult part!
(503) 404-3168
Portland, Oregon 97209
Christa (Christine) E Hines, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADCII
“My current practice draws on my 20 years of experience in the field, working in mental health and addictions treatment. I currently provide psychotherapy to people with co-occurring mental and physical health challenges in a family medicine practice. In my private practice I use therapy as a vehicle to help people create the reality they want for themselves, especially when they are feeling stuck or disconnected from the life they would like to have. I use an integrated approach, drawing from a number of therapeutic modalities including strengths-based, solution-focused and mindfulness based cognitive behavioral therapy.
(503) 446-5102
Portland, Oregon 97217
Jennie Ju, Counselor  in Portland
“I feel honored to walk through the difficulties of life that people are struggling with and to be a part of their healing process. As you face a stream of challenges that life brings, we collaborate to help bring you to a place of hope, healing, and wellness. We do this through exploration of your experiences and building upon your strengths and resources. As an integrative therapist, I utilize an individualized approach in addressing origins of anxiety, depression and relational difficulties, particularly issues related to family of origin.
(503) 444-8909
Portland, Oregon 97215
Timothy J Neary, Psychologist  in Portland
“I enjoy working together with patients to develop an individualized approach that will be the most effective to manage symptoms. Treatment goals are developed that are specific and achievable. I emphasize each person who I treat to move toward becoming 'the best version of themselves.' I have been working in the mental health field for over 7 years, in a variety of treatment settings. At our clinic we have 2 medication providers on site, enabling timely access to medication management. I currently have openings within the next two weeks.
(503) 713-6960
Portland, Oregon 97216
Heidi E Savell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADC, I
“As a therapist I work with people experiencing depression, anxiety, relationship problems, pain issues, and addiction, as well as those struggling to adjust to a loss or major life change. I've also worked with couples and families dealing with addiction, mental health concerns, and infidelity. Clients have shared that I am warm, accepting, helpful, and direct. I will work with you at your pace to help you identify and reconnect with the things most important to you, while also supporting you in letting go of whatever may be getting in the way of feeling better.
(503) 505-9348
Portland, Oregon 97232
Todd Karakashian, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MN, RN, PMHNP
“I am a board-certified psychiatric nurse practitioner (PMHNP), experienced in a wide variety of mental health conditions. My practice is primarily focused on medication, working with you and, by your preference, with your therapist or other providers to achieve your mental health goals. I can advise you about medications: how they might be helpful and their risks or possible adverse effects. I work to ensure that your experience with them is safe and effective. If you are considering starting medication, I can support you in that decision making process. If you wish to discontinue medication, I can help you do so safely and comfortably.
(503) 782-4100 x1
Portland, Oregon 97209

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.