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Bisexual Clients Therapists in Portland, OR 97214
Belmont, Buckman, Hawthorne, Ladds Addition, Richmond and Sunnyside

Justin Rock, Counselor  in Portland
“I work with families, couples and individuals. I believe that every client has the right to feel safe as they explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Within each human being there is the potential for growth. It is my goal to create a safe, holistic, and respectful environment, developing a collaborative relationship between client/therapist that promotes personal growth through support, validation and challenge.
Bisexual Clients
(971) 205-2702
Portland, Oregon 97214
Jan S Alexander, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychophysiology is actually simple.... What you think affects your brain chemistry and your mental/physical well-being. Most people today don't take time to listen to their bodies about staying healthy. For over 25 years, I've combined counseling and biofeedback to create a unique approach that shows clients how to connect their emotions to what happens in their bodies. This powerful combination has proven effective with anxiety, headaches, asthma, heart disease, pain, IBS, TMJ, eating disorders, anger management, and many other stress-related disorders.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 451-6707
Portland, Oregon 97214
Ryan Zakovics, Counselor  in Portland
Counselor, MA, LPCi, CADCI
“Fully engaging in our own therapy triggers an oddly familiar feeling...that we are finally returning home to the place we always knew existed, as the person we always knew ourselves to be. This is the experience of satisfying the thirst for our own wholeness. That path is different for each of us, but each of us has a path. It takes courage to respond to that path calling you to inner work. You might be struggling with feeling overwhelmed by life, confused, anxious around your peers, adrift in grief, or maybe feeling like everything is falling apart.
Bisexual Clients
(971) 533-7997
Portland, Oregon 97214
Ruth Gibian, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Because our experiences are so often invalidated or trivialized, my therapeutic style is to collaborate with you to find and support your wisdom. Examining beliefs and patterns frees you up to create new possibilities, make new choices, and become more skillful in reflecting your best interests and intentions. People come to me seeking change -- to relieve depression or anxiety, to ease a difficult transition, for support with family or relationship troubles, to become more skillful with others and to bring their lives closer to their ideals.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 567-4221
Portland, Oregon 97214
Katherine Friedman, Counselor  in Portland
“A therapist can provide supportive guidance, insight, and helpful challenges during your search for growth and change. I work with clients to develop curiosity and compassion about themselves -- their suffering and their strengths. With greater self-awareness, life becomes easier to manage, and choices multiply. I approach my clients with warmth, authenticity, compassion, and humor. Together, we create an atmosphere welcoming psychological depth, uncovering the way you think, feel, sense, and understand the world. Depression, anxiety, strained relationships, and identity difficulties all benefit from the caring investigation psychotherapy offers.
Bisexual Clients
(971) 302-2550
Portland, Oregon 97214
Alyssa A Moore  in Portland
“We are all searching for ways to lead fulfilling lives, but sometimes we struggle to find the things that will help sustain us or the obstacles of life can begin to feel overwhelming. As a therapist, I help to identify the things that nourish each individual and act as a partner in learning strategies for moving through the difficult times. I strive to maintain empathy, compassion, and openness with each of the clients I work with and value a collaborative relationship that allows my clients to steer treatment in the direction most useful to them.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 683-7266
Portland, Oregon 97214
Casey Campbell  in Portland
“I have over 10 years of experience helping people change. Change can be scary, challenging, exhilarating, and fulfilling. I help facilitate change by developing a close therapeutic relationship with clients and by utilizing evidence based therapies, and my well developed intuition to identify the source of your problem and the best pathway forward. I specialize in treating ADHD, motivational difficulties, depression, anxiety, and self defeating behaviors. I also help with existential issues, such as finding meaning, discovering passions, and developing and sustaining close relationships. My ideal clients are young adults, and adults experiencing difficulties in school, work, and relationships due to ADHD, lack of motivation.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 405-4434
Portland, Oregon 97214
Brandt Hueser, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed clinical social worker specializing in working with children, adolescents, and adults. After graduating with a Masters in Social Work from the University of Michigan in 2003, I have provided both home based and outpatient therapy to at risk youth and families. I specialize in working with children, adolescents and adults dealing with a wide range of issues. I believe that small shifts at any level, i.e. personal, environmental, or within relationships, can affect positive change within any individual and system.
Bisexual Clients
(971) 205-2936
Portland, Oregon 97214
Karen St Clair, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Given that you are reading this, you may be experiencing stress and feeling distress. As you take this courageous step toward solving a problem, consider the following: as your therapist, I strive to support you in being your authentic self in the context of a complex and multifaceted world. You know that you are your own expert; I want to work with that expert. You care about balance and harmony; I offer you professional therapeutic services that consider all your permutations - physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual. Together, we can find clarity in understanding while building emotional strength and flexibility.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 489-9426
Portland, Oregon 97214
Bettina G Jensen, Counselor  in Portland
“If you are struggling with relationships in your life, maybe with your intimate partner/spouse or family members, or perhaps at work, you might feel the need to talk with someone. I am a psychotherapist in Portland and I work with a wide variety of people. I enjoy assisting people in the exploration of new ways to manage challenges that invariably arise in life. If you struggle with anxiety or depression, or if you are experiencing triggers related to traumatic events I can help you learn new ways of relating to yourself and to others.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 545-2994
Portland, Oregon 97214
Megan Elizabeth Irving, Counselor  in Portland
“If you're thinking about starting therapy, you've already taken the first step toward making a change. I work with individuals, couples and families to help people take positive steps toward leading more fulfilling lives. When you are ready to examine your life in a safe, supportive environment, I invite you to get in touch with me. Together we'll take a look at your past in order to understand how you got to where you are presently and work to make changes that will enhance your life.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 451-6185
Portland, Oregon 97214
Susan Evans, Psychologist  in Portland
“Life brings challenges. Life also offers the possibility of meaningful connections, passion, warm sustaining relationships and satisfying work. We all have inherent worth and potential and yet sometimes you may find yourself in emotional patterns that drain you or that create blocks to a more deeply felt sense of peace and stability. Perhaps your relationship is suffering, or you feel overwhelmed with feelings that aren't easily pushed away. Psychotherapy offers a way to slow things down, focus on how to make things better, and reflect on how hurtful patterns got started. By considering therapy, you are taking an important step in shaping a better feeling life.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 212-4753
Portland, Oregon 97214
Erin Taylor, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, ATR
“My expertise is in helping young adults navigate the rocky waters of early adulthood through talk therapy and art therapy. I can help young adults understand how roadblocks in life can get in the way of having successful relationships, a successful career, and dealing with life after high school. I have experience working with drug and alcohol, LGBTQ folks, self-harm, depression/anxiety, physical/sexual abuse, adolescent identity formation and relationship issues.
Bisexual Clients
(415) 881-4923
Portland, Oregon 97214
Coalesce Counseling Services, LLC  in Portland
“I believe through the most difficult experiences, individuals have the capacity to move toward hope, healing and authentic living. Entering therapy can be scary and overwhelming. I offer you a safe and nurturing environment to grow, strengthen self-awareness and self-compassion. Do you feel "stuck" in any of these areas? Trusting yourself or others; feeling lost or disconnected; struggling with where you thought you would be, versus where you are now; feeling unbalanced; overwhelmed by emotions; chronic pain/illness; feeling afraid and reactive; struggling to communicate; loneliness and difficulty with intimacy; You are not alone, I can support you.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 536-1867
Portland, Oregon 97214
Rosanne Marmor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Your story, culture and values are at the heart of the time we spend together. When we help others there can be little left for our deeper selves. Think of therapy as a massage for the mind, heart and soul. Joy is possible as is the ability to give joy to others around you. We can work on career changes that inspire you. Or we can use your time to focus on your pain, anxiety, depression or PTSD so that you can be there for your children, spouse or work life. Experience with people of all ages and abilities.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 214-2495
Portland, Oregon 97214
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
Bisexual Clients
(503) 235-8696 x2
Portland, Oregon 97214
Dan Rubin, Psychologist  in Portland
“My approach to therapy is based on mindfulness and self-compassion. Mindfulness teaches us how to be present and self-compassion teaches how to be a friend and ally to ourselves no matter what. I offer a warm and safe relationship, good old fashioned listening, and skills to improve effective communication, managing and learning from emotions, self-acceptance, compassion, and connecting with and living your values. Mindfulness-based therapy is practical, evidence-based, and it works. You don't have to be stuck, overwhelmed, or feel disconnected from your life. You can make positive changes, heal, grow, and thrive.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 894-3068
Portland, Oregon 97214
Roberto Olivero, Psychologist  in Portland
“Now in private practice, I was a practicing psychologist with the Men's Resource Center and Women's Counseling Center for over 25 years. I specialize in men's issues, including anger management, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, and relationships. I have a special interest in helping gay men, as I am gay identified myself. I also see women in my practice. I conduct individual, couples' sessions, as well as men's groups. I AM NOW SCHEDULING NEW AND RETURNING CLIENTS FOR APPOINTMENTS BEGINNING APRIL 6, 2015.
Bisexual Clients
(971) 800-1340
Portland, Oregon 97214
Anna Cullop  in Portland
“I wholeheartedly believe that people need to feel safe, non-judged, and genuinely honored in the counseling process. My intention is to create a space for people to come exactly as they are, and to be seen as unique individuals. Utilizing a variety of techniques, I am able to remain flexible to the person's needs and meet them exactly where they are when they come into my office. I understand that counseling is a vulnerable process, so I strive to respect and treat each counseling relationship with the utmost care and humility.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 563-7410
Portland, Oregon 97214
A Strong Mind Counseling and Consulting LLC,   in Portland
“I help people become empowered. What I have found is that this lack of empowerment holds people back in their relationships, their careers, and their overall quality of life. How has it affected your life? I aim to rebuild a stronger you by working alongside you to help you reclaim your sense of self and renew your relationships.
Bisexual Clients
(503) 305-4175
Portland, Oregon 97214

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If you're bisexual or are looking for help with being bisexual in 97214 or for an 97214 bisexual Therapist, these Therapists provide therapy for bisexuals in 97214 and counseling for bisexuals or bisexual clients. Not all those listed here are bisexual themselves. They are sensitive to the bisexual lifestyle in 97214 or 97214 bisexual life, including bisexual couples, bisexual marriage in 97214, bisexual teens and bisexual parenting.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Belmont, Buckman, Hawthorne, Ladds Addition, Richmond and Sunnyside - Portland have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in 97214 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 97214 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 97214 or family therapy in Belmont, Buckman, Hawthorne, Ladds Addition, Richmond and Sunnyside - Portland.