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Pastoral Counselor Therapists in Multnomah County

Barbara E Stevens, Pastoral Counselor  in Portland
Pastoral Counselor, MDiv, MAAT, BCC
“Since 2006, I've used compassionate listening and gentle challenge to help people experience peace, freedom, and joy. My specialty areas include trauma, addiction, grief and loss, and religious wounding. I offer unconditional care and support; listen deeply and respect your story; bear witness to your pain and joy; provide gentle challenge to facilitate growth; help you identify your true self; and create a safe space where you can honor your wounds and your gifts.
Pastoral Counselor
(503) 476-9790
Portland, Oregon 97214
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.
Pastoral Counselor
(503) 967-4078
Portland, Oregon 97266
Danette A Buchanan, Pastoral Counselor  in Portland
“As a pastoral counselor, I anticipate every client session as an opportunity to be a caring, healing presence for each person who has the courage to call. You will feel valued and respected in my office. Together we will explore the stresses in your life and seek solutions, coping strategies, and most importantly, ways to reduce your anxiety and "stuckness". You will learn to take your power back and not let life's difficulties keep you down! I have experience working with chronic mental illness, children and adolescents, couples counseling, family counseling, addictions and people with anxiety and depressive disorders.
Pastoral Counselor
(240) 297-7380
Portland, Oregon 97209
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Brian Tucker, Psychologist  in Portland
“Finding joy and fulfillment in the midst of life's wear-and-tear, pain, traumas, and setbacks is difficult. And despite your best efforts, sometimes challenges and difficulties don't resolve on their own. This can be painful, frustrating, and even terrifying at times. When you have the right person to work with who can help guide you, your situation will feel more hopeful, manageable, and even exciting. You can be understood, understand yourself, and experience the changes you seek.
(971) 717-3639
Portland, Oregon 97214
Ruth Parvin, Psychologist  in Portland
“Are you looking for more tools, more understanding, more motivation to change some aspect of your life, your marriage, your friendships? Do you repeat certain patterns in your life that you are wanting to change? Are you curious about ways to find more happiness? less stress and anxiety? a better job? Do you have issues around sexuality, money, or your mood?
(503) 822-6467
Portland, Oregon 97214
Michael L Cady Russell  in Portland
“There are many different ideas and beliefs about optimal mental health. I believe that each family and individual has the right to receive therapy and counseling to help them achieve their idea of optimum health. My philosophy is based in Structural and Interpersonal Psychotherapy. I have worked in the education field since 2006 and have worked closely with individuals with behavioral and learning disabilities. My counseling approach can feel directive, especially when working with a family. I work to empower my clients with the skills, strategies and supportive environment to reach their academic, social and personal potential.
(503) 894-5652
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
Norma Schell, LPC, NCC, MHC, Counselor  in Portland
“Our work, can help you feel better, increase self understanding and improve communication skills. I respect the courage required for real change to occur. Most clients wish for more in life. In moving beyond painful emotions and experiences toward an authentic life opens us to peace, love, joy and purpose. I honor the deep wisdom in humankind as expressed through experiences, symptoms, feelings, emotions, dreams, images and daydreams. I believe these offer guidance toward finding the person we were born to be. Also to facilitate appointments I offer evening appointments.
(503) 406-6363
Portland, Oregon 97205
Portland Psychotherapy Depression Treatment Prog., Treatment Facility  in Portland
“The Depression Treatment Program is a collection of specialized mood-disorder services offered at Portland Psychotherapy. The program was developed to address the treatment needs of individuals with Major Depression, Dysthymia, Insomnia, Seasonal Affective Disorder, and other mood-related struggles. Our emphasis is on delivering the best available treatments and the highest standards of care through outpatient individual psychotherapy, groups, and classes. Our approach is active and focused on your values and needs.
(503) 564-0026 x1
Portland, Oregon 97227
Mauri Castle Myers  in Portland
“I believe that we all get stuck sometimes: in relationships, self-doubt, depression, anxiety, our past, or in our life course. At those times, we could use help getting unstuck and finding new and better ways to move forward. I provide a supportive environment in which to develop effective coping skills, enhance personal growth, and gain insight.
(503) 683-7201
Portland, Oregon 97202
Monique Busch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, ACSW, LCSW
“I am intersted in helping individuals and/or family members overcome challeges. We all face obstacles, more often, it is just a matter of reframing a situation and strategizing to feel better about the challenge. Through setting objectives and goals individuals are able to identify pathways of least resistance and more positive results in facing challenges.
(317) 418-9149
Portland, Oregon 97204
Steven M Cohn, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, MA, MBA
“If love, intimacy, and passion has faded from your relationship, then I'm here to help. Poor communications, financial problems, low sexual desire, blending a family, child rearing, an affair, in-laws, and/or health concerns can slowly erode relationship vitality in even the most loving unions.
(503) 610-5372
Portland, Oregon 97232
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
Kathleen Gleason  in Portland
“Live the life you want, based on what is important to you! Would you like learn skills for more flexibility in your life and to move toward what you want? This is the primary treatment I use in my practice. This treatment approach is called ACT or Acceptance Commitment Therapy. ACT is a kind of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and has received considerable support in scientific studies examining its effectiveness across a range of problems. I have used this approach with people who were struggling with anxiety, depression, grief, anger, relationship issues, health issues and life transitions.
(503) 564-4522 x4
Portland, Oregon 97202
Ana Cragnolino, Psychologist  in Portland
“I work with individuals looking to fulfill their potential. If you are struggling in the academic, workplace, or home setting due to problems with ADHD, a learning disability, or depression and anxiety, I would like to help you find your way to greater success and contentment. My evaluations will help clarify areas of concern for you and can highlight cognitive and personal strengths. My therapy will assist you in harnessing those strengths, increasing self-efficacy and resilience, and helping you in finding a path to the life you want to live, where you can be fully engaged in your pursuits.
(503) 713-6983
Portland, Oregon 97221
Heather Schwartz, Psychologist  in Portland
“You know that feeling you have when you're by the ocean, or in the woods? That deep, spacious, restful experience? It's a beautiful experience that is both inside and outside of you. But, when you are out of balance, it can feel hard to reach. I specialize in helping women who want to help others to trust their inner knowing, deepen their gifts, and connect to others from this place of warmth, dedication, love, courage, and openness. My style is warmly encouraging, genuine, and enthusiastic. My intent is to encourage you to trust yourself, your goodness and wisdom.
(503) 680-7333
Portland, Oregon 97214
Elliot Witherspoon  in Portland
“I believe that everyone can benefit from counseling and approach counseling using a variety of person-centered, strength-based theories and techniques, including mindful practice, play therapy and family systems. My practice as a counselor is based on the belief that each person possesses true strength and that you can truly be the power behind healthy growth.
(503) 928-6692
Portland, Oregon 97217
Anne Allanketner, Counselor  in Portland
“A healthy life is full of transformation, change and growth. Sometimes the normal "growing pains" are accompanied by isolation, depression, anxiety and real loss. I welcome people who have the courage to seek another view point, to break the isolation and find the hidden beauty of transformation, amidst the chaos.
(503) 567-4725
Portland, Oregon 97213
Jessica Ellen Wilson  in Portland
“My theoretical orientation is primarily existential, with an emphasis on affirmative, cognitive, and multicultural approaches. This means much of my work focuses on taking a collaborative approach with clients to identify external challenges, personal choices, and regaining a sense of control and meaning in situations that can sometimes feel chaotic and overwhelming. Instead of pathologizing difficulties, the client is encouraged to identify unique personal strengths to find solutions to existing problems. My approach often focuses on issues relating to social justice and intersecting oppressed identities, and navigating an authentic sense of identity development within a culture of privilege and oppression.
(503) 967-4080
Portland, Oregon 97202
Diane Desylvia Homes, Counselor  in Portland
“If you'd like to strengthen your relationship, feel close and happy again, and you'd like to work with someone who knows how to get right to the heart of the matter then I'd be happy to help you. I bring help for your relationship using proven effective therapy models, and years of successful experience (along with the right training). I know how to help get the negative patterns out of intimate relationships, even highly distressed and discouraged ones. I include EMDR which can save a lot of time and wear and tear on the change process effectively.
(503) 406-2624
Portland, Oregon 97205
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Pastoral Counselor Therapists
If you're looking for a Pastoral Counselor in Multnomah County or for a Multnomah County Pastoral Counselor these professionals provide pastoral counseling in Multnomah County, or pastoral help.

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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.