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Therapists in Astoria

Potentials, LLC, Counselor  in Astoria
“If you struggle with addiction, relationship distress, anger, depression, or any number of recurring problems you may feel like you are your problems. You may think you "ought" to be able to figure IT out. However, people in emotional difficulty are often trying to get rid of the parts of themselves that are causing trouble. It doesn't work, but it is possible to get to know those parts make peace and in so doing find resources you didn't know you had. Then your options change. Hope actually starts to make sense. Welcome.
(503) 405-4162
Astoria, Oregon 97103
Mel Langston Professional Services, Inc., Counselor  in Astoria
“I have worked in the mental health field for over 20 years, with individuals and families of all ages. My professional training includes Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Psychology and Counseling and a PhD in Health Psychology. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oregon and hold state and national certifications in mental health and substance abuse. I believe in a holistic approach to counseling, respecting the individuality and complexity of all human beings. I view my role as collaborative and assist clients in meeting their stated goals. Whatever your presenting problem, however desperate you may feel, I am here to offer hope.
(503) 406-3901
Astoria, Oregon 97103
Shannon Lilja, Counselor  in Astoria
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, Dbh, LPC, LMHC, CADC, CDP
“My expertise is in helping clients increase awareness and insight, improve relationships, develop skills, resolve conflicts, increase self-esteem, heal, and grow. Ultimately, achieving a renewed sense of energy, balance and personal empowerment, and experiencing greater happiness. Concerns of notable interest to me are related to relationships (romantic or friendship-based), communication, confidence or ego-strength issues (self esteem), life transitions, mood disorders, and substance use/abuse issues.
(503) 567-5331
Astoria, Oregon 97103
Liz Covey, Counselor  in Astoria
“Finding a therapist who feels compatible is crucial in beginning the challenging and meaningful work of therapy. My aim is to assist you, your child or your family in finding and creating a safe place to begin that good work. It is not my goal to make you more of one thing, or less of another, but rather to foster discernment and healing in cooperation with your truest self individually, or with your best self as a parent or family member. Toward that end, I would seek to be a constructive witness, and a trusted companion.
(503) 549-4333
Astoria, Oregon 97103
Michael S Olsen, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Astoria
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, LMFTI, CADC-I
“I am a marriage and family therapist who specializes in relationships, addiction issues, family conflict, and trauma and grief issues. My experience has been that those I work with are often seeking healing and resolution to the conflicts within their own hearts and lives, and my service is to provide a safe, confidential, and healing experience to those I work with. I have extensive experience working with individuals and relationships to foster hope and restore happiness. I invite you to contact me to start your journey to a more peaceful, happy life and heart.
(503) 376-6841
Astoria, Oregon 97103
Samantha Turpin  in Astoria
“If you are a potential client reading this right now, I already know that you are self-aware, intuitive, and hungry for change. Let's face it: life is hard and we can all benefit from having a solid support system. I can help you realize your internal strengths that you can tap into whenever life throws you something wild. You already have everything you need and I can show you how to find it. I can also help you decode why people do what they do & why YOU do what you do.
(541) 897-6876
Astoria, Oregon 97103
Jackie Godwin, Counselor  in Astoria
“I believe that when an individual feels safe and accepted and has the opportunity and intention to experience their thoughts and emotions, their inner wisdom will facilitate discovery of solutions. My role is to support, guide, and calmly trust the unfolding process. I am passionate about the process of therapy, and honored to witness the awakening of trust as fear is transformed, faith is renewed, and energy is enhanced to create abundant health.
(503) 444-9442
Astoria, Oregon 97103
Lauren E Mengedoht, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Astoria
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Beginning the process of counseling can feel uncertain. Just as many events in life can sometimes feel turbulent, there is hope. Finding the right therapist is an important step toward healing. As a caring professional, I offer counseling, guidance and support for people of all ages, couples and families. I want to help you learn new coping techniques and gain a deeper sense of self-awareness. I like to laugh and use humor in working with clients. I build relationships with my clients through acceptance, understanding, compassion and authenticity.
(503) 438-4959
Astoria, Oregon 97103
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