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Therapists in Bend

David Goldstein, Psychologist  in Bend
“As a Licensed Psychologist with over 30 years of experience I work with both long term and acute problems. Life can present some painful circumstances. We work together in understanding how your emotions,thoughts and history influence your life and how you can implement change towards a more gratifying life.
(541) 636-1739
Bend, Oregon 97701
Liesl Farnsworth, Counselor  in Bend
“One of the most unifying truths is that we all seek to live our lives in relative peace. For many of us, however, this peace is elusive. Past experiences, health concerns, and feelings of isolation because of unsupportive social norms or a lack of positive relationships can make our realization of our desired life feel impossible. Counseling is an avenue for exploration, clarity in values and desires, and a safe place of committed support. Together, we can find and strengthen your innate ability to move beyond the obstacles that stand in the way.
(541) 205-0209
Bend, Oregon 97701
Michael Grayson Conner, Psychologist  in Bend
“Dr. Conner completed his bachelor of science in Forestry and Engineering at Oregon State in 1980. After working for the Forest Service he completed a master of science in counseling and guidance. Dr. Conner completed a doctor of psychology program at Pacific University in 1989. From 1989 to 1997, Dr. Conner worked at Kaiser Permanente as a psychologist in primary medical care, regional hospitals and emergency departments, health education, and three mental health clinics. Dr. Conner completed a post-doctoral Fellowship in clinical psychology in Kaiser's graduate medical education program. He also obtained his license in 1995 to practice psychology in Oregon.
(541) 412-5763
Bend, Oregon 97701
Gayle L Dosher, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“These are extremely stressful times, but you do not have to face it all alone. Depression and anxiety can lead, if left untreated, to isolation and self-destructive behaviors. Relationships may suffer and facing each day can feel overwhelming! In therapy, we work on restoring relationships. We work together to understand why you do what you do - then, change will come! Destructive patterns can be conquered. Trauma, stress, conflict, and great loss CAN lose their power. I love working with individual adults, families, couples, and teens who are ready to overcome their challenges.
(541) 246-6232
Bend, Oregon 97702
Lynne Herbert, Counselor  in Bend
“I help children, families, and couples to reconnect. Relationships are an essential part of our lives, and my therapy focuses on improving them, even when I'm working with someone individually. Difficulty with communication is usually a large piece of the problem that brings people in to see me. I help open and improve communication, and I teach clients how to continue to maintain closeness and connection outside of therapy in all of their relationships. When we feel more strongly supported by others in our lives, everything changes -- depression, anxiety, and anger decrease while a sense of security and joy increases.
(541) 526-7688
Bend, Oregon 97701
Stephanie S Russell, Psychologist  in Bend
“As a licensed psychologist, I work with adolescent and adult individuals and on occasion couples. I focus on aiding with personal change and self awareness, integrating and addressing life transitions and losses, addressing relationship challenges and issues, and aiding with coping and managing various difficulties including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, stress, chronic illnesses, and sexual issues. My work includes both acute and chronic issues.
(541) 368-4038
Bend, Oregon 97701
Kerri Hanlon, Counselor  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CADCIII, MAC
“I see my role as that of a trained guide whose job is to help clients notice, interpret and work with whatever they encounter on their own unique path of change. My intention is to create a safe, open and supportive space for clients to explore, gain new perspectives and to help empower in the process of reflection, growth and healing.
(541) 727-0545
Bend, Oregon 97701
“People may choose to see a psychologist because an aspect of their life is failing: a relationship, child-rearing, finances, peace of mind, communication. People may also come to therapy because they are in pain due to a loss: loss of a loved one, a relationship, career, health, security, direction, spiritual foundation, or even loss of a dream. Additionally, people may choose psychotherapy to learn ways to enrich their lives, as in couple's therapy, pre-commitment counseling or exploring ways to foster positive growth and change.
(541) 582-7594
Bend, Oregon 97701
Brian J. Bulemore, Counselor  in Bend
“15+ years experience. SUBSTANCE USE CONCERNS * MENTAL HEALTH * ADOLESCENT/YOUNG ADULT SPECIALIST * RELATIONSHIP AND FAMILY CONFLICT * Licensed Professional Counselor and Level III Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor. I am a solution focused therapist working with clients to find relief for current presenting issues and long-term maintenance of their overall emotional/relational well-being. I have worked as an independent therapist, clinical supervisor, consultant, and residential treatment program administrator, having had the benefit of experiencing a wide range of clients and treatment situations. My goal is to provide clients with realistic and practical solutions that have potential for immediate application/results.
(541) 233-0281
Bend, Oregon 97701
Donna Dobkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Most people will experience emotional pain from time to time in their lives. However, sometimes that pain becomes too severe or long lasting and begins to interfere with your ability to manage your daily life or may be causing significant distress in the relationships most important to you. No matter what the issue, the desire to overcome the challenges you're facing is what's most important. Knowing that you need some help to sort through personal difficulties is the first step toward making important changes in your life. Choosing the therapist who is right for you is the next.
(541) 995-0863
Bend, Oregon 97701
Carolyn Ferreira, Psychologist  in Bend
“I will walk alongside you to help you develop more self-compassion, awareness, and understanding into self-defeating behaviors in order to bring about lasting positive change in your life. My style is compassionate yet direct and down to earth. I am passionate about working with adults of all ages, both individually and in couples counseling. I work with teenagers who are 14 years or older.
(541) 378-6420
Bend, Oregon 97702
Karen Craven, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCPC
“Life can be challenging and overwhelming. Sometimes we realize we aren't really living our lives to the fullest and are unsure about which direction to take. I believe that people want and are capable of making real changes. I am trained as a marriage and family counselor as well as a therapist. Working with people who are struggling with anxiety or depression is a specialty of mine. I also have a special interest in working with what is called the Highly Sensitive Person, a rather new area in the therapy community.
(847) 380-3159
Bend, Oregon 97702
Robert Burch, Psychologist  in Bend
“Psychotherapy varies depending on the personality of both the therapist and the client, and the particular problems you, the client, bring to the therapy relationship. I am a Licensed Psychologist with over 25 years of experience. I am trained and experienced in doing Individual, group, couples, and family therapy with adults and adolescents (14 years and over).The early focus of therapy will Involve an evaluation of your needs, establishing a therapeutic relationship, developing self awareness, understanding thoughts, emotions, history, and current life circumstances that concern you, the client.
(541) 526-5228
Bend, Oregon 97701
Judith K Clements, Psychologist  in Bend
“As a licensed psychologist with over 25 years of experience, I work with adults seeking positive change. We all experience challenges in life and we can work together to address them. You bring yourself to say what's on your mind; I bring skills in facilitating change. I have worked with individuals experiencing challenges that include: relationship issues, depression, anxiety, trauma, chronic or acute illness, pain, and stress. I specialize in the use of mindfulness in the alleviation of stress, pain, and compulsive eating.
(541) 639-3824
Bend, Oregon 97702
Carol Hopwood, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I help young women held back by worry and fear to overcome anxiety and build emotional resilience for a happier more fulfilling and successful life. Lasting positive change enabling you to create the life you want. For over 20 years, I have been providing counseling and consulting for adults and adolescents using strength focused, evidence based, positive approaches to change. My specialty is helping clients, not only relieve painful emotional struggles and self-defeating behaviors, but to create lasting and sustainable change by using recent findings in the field of positive psychology and neuroscience in psychotherapy.
(541) 283-2501
Bend, Oregon 97702
Wendy E Laakmann, Psychologist  in Bend
“I am a pediatric neuropsychologist specializing in consultation, assessment and diagnosis of children of all ages. Appropriate referral issues include autism, learning disabilities, developmental disorders, traumatic brain injury, medically fragile children, premature birth and development, attention deficit disorder, trauma, adoption, and attachment issues. If you are a parent concerned about your child's development, or a therapist who is struggling to understand a child client, I can help you figure out what your child needs at home, at school, and in therapy.
(541) 526-7758
Bend, Oregon 97701
FLUID Community, LLC - Devora Moon Holland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
“At all stages of life people go through hard times - in relationships with others and within ourselves. You are the best expert in your own life experience and possess the capacity to overcome the adversity in your life. I generate a protected space for you to better understand your personal story and manage problems that block the flow of your innate happiness. I help you expand your ability to take care of yourself even when life sends unbearable challenges. I honor all aspects of your ethnicity, sexuality, gender, spirituality, physical and mental abilities, age, socio-economic class, and native language.
(503) 567-2611
Bend, Oregon 97701
Roberta Stopler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LPC, LMFT
“I work with individuals, families and couples to better understand the difference they can make in their own lives. Understanding feelings is key to making changes in your personal, social and work lives. Counseling can help you regain control of your life by identifying effective problem solving skills, setting realistic expectations and taking responsibility for your behavior. You can change how you feel.
(541) 237-7034
Bend, Oregon 97702
Nancy J Curfman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, CTRS
“Thank you for viewing my profile. I offer evidence based therapies in a caring, compassionate environment. For 30 years, I have facilitated clients finding new understanding,behaviors,hope and health. I am convinced that each person holds the keys to happiness within themselves and can learn ways to achieve a meaningful life. I view my role as one who facilitates internal exploration, promotes healthy living strategies, change of destructive thoughts and patterns,and finding growth and acceptance of self. I provide various techniques for individuals to move beyond the issues and live fully.
(541) 504-6581
Bend, Oregon 97702
Linda Mack, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bend
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC
“I respect the personal integrity and rights of clients to make their own life choices. I view each person as a whole person; the mind, emotions and body are interrelated and interactive. My therapeutic work for people in both individual and relationship therapy is based on a blend of insight-oriented, self and cognitive theories as appropriate for each client. I collaborate with the client, both an individual and a couple or family, to set therapy goals, then design a treatment to reach those goals. I strive always to be respectful and supportive of each person's unique therapy process.
(541) 516-6004
Bend, Oregon 97701

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