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Therapists in Goose Hollow - Portland, OR 97204

Glenn Maynard, Counselor  in Portland
“I have over tthirty years experience providing individual, couple, and family counseling to adults and teens. I have extensive experience helping clients recover from depression, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, relationship problems, and addictions.
(971) 832-5208
Portland, Oregon 97204
Thomas Eckert, Counselor  in Portland
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a seasoned therapist, I provide services for adults, teenagers, couples, and families. I work comfortably with a wide variety of presenting issues, including those relating to anxiety, depression, emotional instability, anger, substance abuse and addiction, relationships of all kinds, loss and grief, life transitions, employment and career, and a host of other possibilities. In short, I'm always interested in working with people who seek growth, improved relationships, and self-understanding.
(971) 259-4813
Portland, Oregon 97204
Joan E Ausubel, Psychologist  in Portland
“I"ve been doing therapy for over 30 years. Sometimes I help people with everyday issues, such as depression, low self-esteem, and unsatisfying relationships. I have also dealt with more unusual problems, like dissociation. . . . I am familiar with different therapeutic orientations and I try to find the approach which will work best for each person. (Unlike many therapists, I don't do "one style fits all" therapy.)
(971) 236-4012 x1
Portland, Oregon 97204
Michael Crockett  in Portland
“I enjoy working with clients on problems related to identity, finding meaning in difficult circumstances, and identifying one's place in the world. My dissertation examined the influence of significant experiences (for example: a traumatic event or a spiritual emergency) on shaping one's worldview and approach to living. Other specialty areas of mine include working through anxiety and depression. Depending on your needs, we can take a directive approach targeting specific symptoms (e.g. social anxiety, worry, panic attacks) or a less structured approach where you can reflect upon what you want to pursue in life.
(503) 713-6296
Portland, Oregon 97204
Julianna Waters, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Finding the right therapist can be tricky business. It's all in the match. Honest, clearly communicated feedback, compassion for your difficulties, sound clinical skills and well over 20 years of clinical experience dealing with depression, anxiety, social isolation, grief/loss, relationship problems, work issues and co-occurring medical/emotional conditions are what I have to offer you. Our work will consist of exploring your therapeutic goals, working to understand how you're current and past experiences are impacting your life then practicing changes that will move you forward. We will be a team.
(503) 225-0908
Portland, Oregon 97204
Ursina Teuscher,   in Portland
“I offer decision counseling to help you recognize decision opportunities and find great solutions, based on your own goals and values. My one-on-one coaching will help you set and achieve goals, follow through with your plans, beat procrastination, and increase your personal productivity. I work with individuals, couples and groups. Steps along the way include clarifying core goals and values, searching creatively for non-obvious solutions, evaluating options, managing trade-offs, risks and uncertainties, and implementing plans to achieve goals most efficiently. My specialties: career coaching; time-management; transitions; retirement; unconventional/non-traditional relationships; alternative lifestyles.
(503) 451-3078
Portland, Oregon 97204
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
Debra Chadroff, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“For twenty years, I have been helping adults and adolescents with anxiety and depression, stress and feelings of overwhelm, and to heal from early childhood trauma and family of origin issues. I assist couples and families in reaching their true potential for communications and intimacy, while teaching them how to break their patterns of dysfunctional behavior. Effective treatment for low self-esteem, ACOA issues, addictions, and codependency is available and affordable with my sliding scale. With any of my patients experiencing anxiety and depression, my goal is always to make a first attempt at treating it without the use of medication.
(503) 766-3617
Portland, Oregon 97204
Jessie Barr Harris, Counselor  in Portland
“Taking the first step to get help and support can be confusing and hard to navigate. This can be particularly difficult when we are struggling. I understand this and want to support you in feeling better and getting more out of your life. I believe that together we can create an environment for personal growth and self-awareness. Throughout counseling we will work collaboratively to understand behavior patterns and the thoughts, feelings and experiences that drive them. With this insight, you will be able to improve your quality of life as you define it.
(503) 379-0243
Portland, Oregon 97204
Paul Kolba, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, QMHP
“Are you are a busy professional with many demands on your time, and you are experiencing a personal or professional obstacle in your life? Do you feel you may need guidance to clearly identify the problem and develop a plan to address it? As our lives grow more complex with less and less time to effectively address pressing emotional and social challenges, counseling becomes an effective means to get back on track. Counseling can be a difficult process but with persistence, openness, and professional guidance the rewards are tangible, enduring and can increase your overall satisfaction and quality of life.
(971) 302-4340
Portland, Oregon 97204
Juliet LaMonaca, Psychologist  in Portland
“Making the decision to seek therapy and finding the right therapist are daunting tasks. It takes a lot of courage to share yourself with another person and it's important that you feel safe, respected, and accepted. I strive to create a collaborative therapeutic relationship where you can feel comfortable talking about anything. I respect your willingness and desire to engage in self-exploration and to make desired changes when needed.
(503) 928-3365
Portland, Oregon 97204
Sabrina Ullmann Mathews, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
“After almost 30 years of practice, I find that while theoretical frameworks are useful, much more significant is the relationship that the client and therapist develop. It is in this relational container that the most important relationship is forged and manifested; that of the client to her/himself. My style is dynamic, directive, and intuitive; and sometimes I'm even funny. I have great respect for my clients' intelligence, time and resources and don't want to waste them.
(503) 406-3620
Portland, Oregon 97204
Amanda Feaver  in Portland
“Amanda Feaver is a Professional Therapist in Portland, Oregon. She earned her Master's Degree in Counseling from Western Seminary in 2011. She holds Bachelor's Degrees in both Theology and Developmental Education from Multnomah University. Her therapeutic approach is based in Attachment Theory. Amanda works with individuals, couples and families to identify and heal attachment wounds. Amanda has spent time in communities in Asia, Europe and West Africa, which has enriched her understanding of the variety of ways people exist in relationship to themselves and others.
(971) 266-5321
Portland, Oregon 97204
Shelby Leigh  in Portland
“Are you struggling with intense thoughts and emotions? Feeling Out of Control With Food and Your Body? Craving Intimacy & Healthy Relationships? Do you want to enjoy a greater sense of well-being, freedom and balance? Experiencing Difficulty Trusting Your Inner Wisdom? ...Imagine fully embodying yourself with kind awareness. Embracing difficult things with curiosity and spaciousness. Honoring your own unique path in this world and stepping into it with confidence and clarity. Discover a greater sense of well-being, joy and freedom through one on one counseling sessions.
(971) 302-2520
Portland, Oregon 97204
Sonali Patel, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, LMFTi
“As a family therapist, I believe that each family, couple and individual has the ability to heal using their own internal strengths. My focus is on restoring balance and building communication within families as they are integral in increasing the overall well-being of individuals, couples and families. I identify symptoms such as marital discord, addiction, behavioral issues among children and adolescents, mental and medical health issues as becoming an unhelpful part of the family system. My approach to reduce the impact of these symptoms and break harmful patterns is collaborative, encouraging members to be open and honest throughout the progression of therapy.
(503) 894-5612
Portland, Oregon 97204
Larry Venaska, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you feeling stuck, overwhelmed or hopeless? Can't get your needs met to your satisfaction? Do you find one or more areas of your life to be unfullfilling such as romantic relationship, work, parenting, extended family? Do you have legal or financial struggles or relationship conflicts that affect your mood significantly? I draw on a variety of therapeutic approaches, experience in working with past clients and personal experience to collaborate with you in creating the best healing environment specific for you.
(971) 205-2892
Portland, Oregon 97204
Steve O'Sullivan, Counselor  in Portland
“Life can be overwhelming and difficult to manage at times. Seeking assistance can be equally daunting as well as rewarding. I recognize personal growth and recovery is unique, takes time and effort, and often collaboration with providers and loved ones. In the past 10 years, I have strived to provide a safe, non-judgmental, and collaborative environment respecting various belief systems, values and lifestyles to assist individuals and family members with co-occurring mental heath, substance use, and physical health conditions.
(503) 465-4680
Portland, Oregon 97204
Pacific Premier Group, PC,   in Portland
“We are a small group of clinicians who are committed to providing the highest quality of mental health care. Locating our practices together allows our patients and clients ready access to skilled and conscientious clinicians from different disciplines. Our current clinicians: Dr. Paul Conti - psychiatrist and consultant; Dr. Mary Theodore - psychiatrist; Dr. Juliet LaMonaca - psychologist; Dr. Peter Grover - psychologist; Jessie Harris - counselor/therapist; Steve O'Sullivan - counselor/therapist; Sonali Patel - therapist
(503) 438-4151
Portland, Oregon 97204
Tobias A. Ryan, Psychologist  in Portland
“Within sorrows and doubts are the roots of strengths needed to overcome challenges. Change begins with feeling discontent and realizing you need to grow, and ends when you take steps toward progress day-to-day. Hidden in tones of your voice, in each impulse you feel, you leave yourself clues to guide you. You and I will seek them together. Through personalized therapy and assessment, I help people across the lifespan make specific, lasting changes moment-to-moment, and over time. My therapy style focuses on health, and how to maintain health, through practical methods.
(971) 235-4455
Portland, Oregon 97204
Donna Prinzmetal, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you feeling unhappy, lost or stuck? You can feel better! "In a dark time, the eye begins to see." The poet, Theodore Roethke, recognized the opportunities available even in our most troubled moments. Therapy offers the chance to get a new perspective on both our internal landscape as well as our relationships. With enhanced vision, therapy can help you discover and embody a new story for yourself. As a therapist with over twenty-five years of clinical experience, I believe in each person's innate wisdom and ability to change. No matter how lost you might feel, I know that healing is possible.
(503) 305-4077
Portland, Oregon 97204

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