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Therapists in Portland, OR 97225
Raleigh Hills and West Slope

Maggie Alexander, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, ND, MS, PMHNP
“Looking for someone who will listen carefully to your experience and questions? As a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, I prescribe medications and do therapy. I welcome both adolescent and adult clients who request assistance with their ADHD, depression, anxiety, PTSD, relationship issues, school problems or other mental health challenges. My background as a nurse-midwife makes me particularly skilled at addressing issues related to pregnancy, postpartum and parenting. I enjoy working with teens and their families. I welcome a diverse clientele. Take a look at my website - lots of great information there !
(503) 360-9349
Portland, Oregon 97225
Florence Trentacosti, Psychologist  in Portland
“The therapeutic relationship is crucial to the healing process, whether the problem is with external relationships, traumatic experience, or one's relationship with the self. I use psychoanalytic principles and relational dynamics to explore the internal conflicts and patterns that are at the root of emotional, psychological and relational problems. I am also sensitive to spirituality and the existential problems inherent in being human, and how these affect us all. I have a special interest in the psychology of twins and intersubjective relating in general.
(503) 641-6674
Portland, Oregon 97225
Kate Gallagher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT, LPC
“Everyone wants to tell you what to do and you don't need any more advice or judgment. What you need is someone who can listen and help you look at the issue differently so that it becomes solved to your satisfaction. You are an individual and not a diagnosis. I work on remaining non-judgmental, open, accepting, and caring. Whatever the issue, we can work on it together to help you to find solutions. It's time for you to feel better!
(503) 476-9499
Portland, Oregon 97225
Beth Mogck  in Portland
“Counseling for Lasting Positive Change: I offer therapy for individuals and teens for anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, identity development, trauma, life transitions (parenting, divorce,and empty nest) and for those wanting to work on relationships on an individual or couples basis. If you want to change your role in how you handle current life circumstances, the clearest path is by making positive changes in your own life. Let me help you navigate this path to your change. The time is now.
(503) 406-1545
Portland, Oregon 97225
Janet Barlow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I work with clients on a short-term model, identifying strengths and enhancing coping skills. I also do long-term insight-oriented work; identifying patterns of feelings, thoughts, and behaviors which reflect unconscious conflict and create barriers in relationships with oneself and others. Symptoms of anxiety and depression are often what prompt people to enter therapy. Some people want to learn tools and behaviors to alleviate symptomology; while others continue with therapy, after symptom reduction, and explore internal themes from their family-of-origin and how they are impacting their relationships today. I believe change occurs through the therapeutic relationship.
(503) 806-2495
Portland, Oregon 97225
Garrett Baldwin  in Portland
“My passion is counseling, and I especially appreciate working with couples. Because of my personal life experiences and healing, I have developed strength and clarity that I learned outside of my education. That is some of the insight and vulnerability that I would like to share with you. My approach is to help you slow down your brain so that you can honor the voice in your heart. That ultimately leads to a healthy balance by uniting the two. When we experience significant pain and/or trauma we get confused, disoriented, isolated, and lost in the emotional aftermath.
(971) 240-5001
Portland, Oregon 97225
Donald Ford, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC, CBIS
“39 years in the mental health field, with 33 years as an Individual & Couples Therapist, post graduate. I work with a wide range of psychological concerns, providing therapy for anxiety, depression, relationships, couples communication, grief counseling and adjustment to acquired and traumatic brain injuries. I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of my clients individual needs and unique life situation to help attain the personal growth they are striving for. Also work in adjustment to life changes, including; career, life satisfaction, divorce and retirement. I am Licensed both as a Marriage & Family Therapist & Professional Counselor in Oregon.
(503) 297-2413
Portland, Oregon 97225
Heidi Dirkse-Graw  in Portland
“There are times in one's life where a little help can go a long way. Counseling can be that help. Whether short-term solution-focused therapy or longer-term exploration and healing, I work with you to find solutions to personal, relational, spiritual and/or career issues. As a counselor with many years of experience, I have the skills to help you get the life, relationships and work that you desire.
(503) 406-2376
Portland, Oregon 97225
Judith Emerson, Psychologist  in Portland
“People naturally reach out for healing when they are emotionally distressed. Such distress may be worry or anxiety, sadness or depression, difficulties at work, relationship or family conflicts, health challenges, or memories of past losses and trauma. Psychotherapy has been proven to help people understand and resolve these kinds of concerns. If you are looking for help with emotional problems, call a therapist and make an appointment. If you engage in the healing process, you may be surprised how quickly you will feel better.
(503) 376-6516
Portland, Oregon 97225
Shelley Henle Sauer, Counselor  in Portland
“I offer compassionate presence, perceptive listening and extensive problem solving skills to help you find relief from emotional pain. We can work to understand origins of your difficulties and to develop a creative plan of action, personalized for your unique qualities. I utilize contemporary therapies, and have interest / expertise in psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral and DBT/ mindfulness therapy. I have extensive personal experience in therapy myself and have done deep spiritual work, in essence practicing what I teach. Whether feeling overwhelmed, hopeless, having problems in your relationships or at work, engaging in unhealthy patterns, grieving losses ..... help is here for you.
(503) 567-4490
Portland, Oregon 97225
Christine Titus, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
“As a Board-Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, I provide comprehensive mental health care in a comfortable private practice setting. I see adults ages 18 and up who are seeking help and support through psychotherapy, lifestyle changes, and those considering treatment with medication. As a conscientious prescriber,I feel medication can be very helpful, when indicated, to provide relief of symptoms and improve functioning. Whether you pursue psychotherapy and/or medication management, I will provide your care with understanding, compassion, and respect.
(503) 427-9974
Portland, Oregon 97225
Bill Maier, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"When you come into therapy it is a time to expand the sense of yourself. Our job is to get familiar with the values that have helped you get through difficult situations and use them now. You may be a combat veteran, mental health or law enforcement worker having family or relationship problems. You need clear and practical strategies for replacing automatic reactions with mindful responses. Feeling understood by another human being is useful for flexible problem solving and clarifying your values. The majority of my experience is working with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. PTSD will definitely get better with knowledgeable treatment."
(360) 492-1786
Portland, Oregon 97225
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My work with clients pulls from an eclectic theoretical background utilizing; Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Dialectical-Behavioral therapy, Solution focused, Client Centered, Family Systems, and Narrative therapeutic approaches. I believe that clients are the experts in their own lives and honor and value the therapeutic relationship as the most healing part of the therapy process. I have been working in Mental Health with individuals, children, and families since 2005.
(503) 444-9412
Portland, Oregon 97225
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 97225
L. Simone D'Amore, Counselor  in Portland
“Do you feel that no matter how hard you try, you struggle through day-to-day activities? Do you recognize that something needs to change but you need help knowing where to begin? The therapy I provide offers direction and support to reach your goals. Whether you seek to adjust to a life transition, recover from trauma, or increase your effectiveness as a parent, I can assist you. You are an expert in your life, while I am an expert in helping people make changes. Together, we can identify patterns and barriers that interfere with your goals.
(503) 476-9409
Portland, Oregon 97225
Angela S Newburg, Counselor  in Portland
“I offer support and intuitive guidance in a unique way. The focus is on helping you reconnect to the wise part of yourself, your Buddha/self, and to help you find the answers for your challenges within. We will explore this by looking at dreams and by learning to unlock the depths of your unconscious mind and the pure gold of wisdom that inhabits your psyche. I studied at the Pacifica Graduate Institute. This program is unique in that it provides a depth psychology approach to therapy. In other words the soul is included in therapy.
(503) 404-3427
Portland, Oregon 97225
Sarah Alexander, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Our greatest fears and tragedies can become sources of strength and heart. Therapy can help remove obstacles to a more joyful, deeper life. Short-term work focuses on stabilizing the current crisis and problem-solving. Longer-term work examines patterns that keep you stuck and explores options for growth. Learn to navigate old situations in new ways that align with your values and enhance self-esteem. It is never to late to be the YOU you want to be.
(503) 389-5763
Portland, Oregon 97225
Jane Newman, Counselor  in Portland
“My specialties include grief and loss/life transitions, living with chronic illness, and skills including stress management. My areas of specialty often encompass issues related to anxiety, depression and diminished self-esteem. I work with individuals, couples, families - adults and teens. My goal is to provide a safe, supportive, confidential and non-judgmental environment - to serve you with presence and respect. My belief is that each individual has the ability to find his/her own answers - my role is to help facilitate the process. My work is predominantly humanistic and client-centered,but integrates other theories of counseling as needed.
(503) 564-0036
Portland, Oregon 97225
Diana Groener, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC
“I aspire to help alleviate suffering in my fellow human beings. Some of you are facing new challenges, some are working through more chronic issues. I am honored to be your guide to building greater connection and meaning in your life. I work with individuals and couples on issues of sexuality, intimacy, and emotional expression. I also work with first responders on issues of vicarious trauma and burnout. I can help you reduce the conflict and stress in your life, developing greater resilience in the process.
(971) 229-1797
Portland, Oregon 97225
Among Friends,   in Portland
“Many of my clients ache to learn how to offer, receive, and enjoy CONSCIOUS TOUCH with their partners and loved ones and rebuild a loving relationship with their own body. Others want new skills for building TRUST, EMOTIONAL INTIMACY, COMMUNICATION, and SELF-ACCEPTANCE. If something is getting in the way of you experiencing pleasure in your body or your heart connections with others; if you want to shed old beliefs, undo oppressive programming, discard shame, or free yourself past resentments and traumas, I would be honored to support you in your work.
(503) 406-6292
Portland, Oregon 97225

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