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Therapists in Lake Oswego

Cate Morris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lake Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“The problems which arise for children shouldn't get in the way of childhood. As a school counselor (as you can see from my profile picture!) for the past 7 years and while working with children for the past 21 years, I have been a part of helping kids in all sorts of situations and with many different issues. This has given me a profound respect for the impact counseling can make on all involved, whether we start in childhood or later.
(503) 980-4776
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
InCourage, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“It is the intent of InCourage to build resilience and strength by providing tools for genuine connection, courageous honesty, and compassion for self and others. We accomplish this by providing a variety of counseling and life coaching services, as well as educating the community on the value of emotional intelligence and reconciling one's personal narrative.
(503) 405-4449
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
Christine Turner, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, NCC, ATR-BC, ACS
“In my practice I often work with people who are experiencing feelings of anxiety and depression due to stress, relationship difficulties, important transitions in their lives, trauma, grief and loss. Individuals, couples and families who are experiencing overwhelming emotions can benefit from a supportive approach. This helps them to clarify and communicate their concerns and develop their own goals. When verbal communication is not enough, I offer clients of all ages creative means to express themselves. My approach is collaborative with clients as they empower themselves within the therapeutic relationship and move towards making positive changes in their lives.
(503) 536-1915
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
Jessica N Thomas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Lake Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“" Engaging the heart and mind through a reflective therapeutic process to increase awareness, creativity, and wisdom." I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and PhD Candidate. I have experience helping those who struggle with PTSD, loss, anticipatory grief, complicated grief, depression, anxiety, couple and family conflict. My training in Family Systems and Transpersonal Psychology has provided me with a multidimensional perspective. I understand the web of connection and emotional dynamics that unfold in families, couples, and larger systems. My philosophical beliefs stem from the understanding that we are connected, and it is through this awareness that we learn the causes and conditions of happiness.
(503) 683-1644
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
Jean Linscott, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“When a person is ready for change, they are aware of feelings, thoughts and behaviors they can address in themselves to make progress happen. They have identified whether they can work by themselves or with others to change a difficult situation, or if they need to accept the current situation for what it is. I enjoy helping children, adolescents, adults and their families work toward this place of change and acceptance together. With humor, support and a neutral stance, I help individuals identify and obtain healthy life choices for themselves.
(503) 925-3035 x2
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Erika Doty, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“Seeking to empower children, teens & their families, Dr. Doty works in conjunction with patients' physicians, educators, and parents to maximize treatment gains while encouraging collaborative care. Dr. Doty is a licensed clinical child psychologist in the state of Oregon who specializes in providing evidence-based psychoeducational, neurodevelopmental, and neuropsychological assessments to evaluate ADHD, Learning Disorders, social/emotional concerns (i.e., anxiety), & other concerns in children ages 2-25. Dr. Doty also provides short-term, evidence based treatment for youth and parents with a variety of concerns (i.e., anxiety, coping with chronic illness, & a variety of behavioral concerns).
(503) 822-3792
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
Mary E Joyce, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“Mental Health Counseling is my second major career and blossoms directly out of my first career in medical research. I practice counseling from a Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) perspective. That is, the way you think (cognitions) and the way you act/react (behavior) has a direct effect on your emotional response. I help you explore the way you think and act and the results those thoughts and actions have in your day to day experiences. Once these elements are recognized, you have the opportunity to decide what would be helpful to change and what may be the consequences of these changes.
(503) 766-5139
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Success Hypnosis Portland, Margot Miles CHT,   in Lake Oswego
“As a Clinical Hypnotherapist with over 10 years experience, I help clients achieve their goals quickly and easily with hypnosis. I offer a warm, friendly approach and I welcome clients from all walks of life. Positive changes begin with the first session and most clients notice significant, lasting improvement with three sessions. Please visit my website for verified client reviews and testimonials. Call me now for a free confidential consultation and mention Psychology Today to receive a new client discount!
(503) 928-6319
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Anca Ivan, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
Psychologist, PsyD
“Are you tired of not having a happy and satisfying romantic relationship? Maybe you find yourself perpetually single. Or you may be in a relationship where you fight a lot, have drifted apart, or are not enjoying a fulfilling sex life, despite the fact that you love each other very much. Are you afraid you might end up breaking up, or have you recently separated? All couples hit rough spots, and sometimes just need a tune-up. Perhaps you keep choosing the wrong partner, or you may be in the relationship because you're afraid to be alone.
(503) 883-8911
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Andrew E Bliesner, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“Does stress ever get in the way of your priorities and important relationships? Do you find yourself awake at night worrying about something or someone that you care about? Do you have trouble managing difficult emotions? If you ever wish that you just had more control over your life, I can help! I prefer not to think of myself as just a doctor that treats "psychological disorders." Instead, I consider myself to be a highly educated and experienced personal coach with only one goal, which is to help you live the life that you really want.
(503) 406-9316
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Debra Applebaum, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“I have been treating anxiety and related disorders since 1994. My specific expertise is in treating symptoms of excessive worry, fears, social anxiety, obsessions/compulsions, panic, and mood disturbances. More generally, I work with clients on self esteem, relationship, and life transition issues. Using an empathic, nonjudgmental approach, I focus treatment on each individual's specific goals and values to help them attain a higher level of life satisfaction. I will make every effort to provide a safe and supportive environment for you to feel the trust and confidence to move to your next stage of growth.
(971) 717-3438
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
David E Blakeslee, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“Taking the first step to get help is often the most difficult, but it is often a hopeful sign that you are ready for growth and ready for change. Finding a compassionate, experienced psychologist at such a time will have the powerful benefit of moving you in a focused way on your needed areas of growth and discovering new areas of strength. Dr. Blakeslee has helped hundreds of individuals, scores of couples and dozens of families in his 20+ years of practice. The science of psychology has made treatment for depression, anxiety, trauma and dysfunctional relationships more successful.
(503) 925-6313
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
Sharon Carter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lake Oswego
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I'm passionate about working with women 40 years and better who are experiencing challenges in their lives. My clients seek counseling for many reasons including; career burn out; menopausal changes; relationship struggles; family obligations; a loved one's passing; or living in an empty-nest when children leave home. Another common theme I hear from women is the realization that their values, priorities, and dreams have shifted over time. Having experienced life's ups and downs, they find things don't seem to 'mesh' like they used to. As a result, they describe feeling stuck, depressed, fearful, or angry.
(503) 980-1229
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Dan Bernard, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“I specialize in couples counseling; rebuilding trust after infidelity; sexual desire differences, and communication skill building. I also offer effective therapy for compulsive sexual behavior and anger management.
(503) 406-3600
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Melinda Byrd, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“Feeling overwhelmed, depressed, or anxious? Are you feeling stuck? Is your life out of balance? I can help you regain a sense of purpose and meaning by providing a safe and caring environment for you to explore your concerns. I will work collaboratively with you to create a plan to meet your specific needs. I have over 10 years of experience working with adolescents and adults struggling with a wide range of issues.
(503) 446-4255
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Holly Shumway, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“I help individuals, couples, and families achieve a sense of integrative wholeness by creating healthy connections for mind, body, and the emotional self to work effectively together rather than in opposition to one another. I help create pathways to foster awareness and understanding to make space for effective change that supports a more positive sense of self. Often, the overlooked, the unspoken, and the unaccepted pieces of our inner selves prohibit our ability to experience a sense of wholeness. Personal challenges often become more manageable and approachable when the unknown is met with compassionate understanding.
(503) 766-5491
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Jessica Conwell, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“I offer therapy for people with a variety of concerns who range in age from adolescent through adulthood. Many challenges can present themselves as we navigate through life and we can all use a little extra support from time to time. I work with my clients to meet them where they are and to help them move towards their goals for emotional growth and healing.
(503) 789-9377
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Scarlet Graham, LPC Intern  in Lake Oswego
“It is a joy and honor to work with clients, watch them grow and make significant changes towards serenity and improvement in psycho/social wellbeing. I have twenty years' experience as a Counselor, Teacher and formerly, a Massage Therapist. In private practice in Lake Oswego, I work with children, teens and adults with anxiety and depression and specialize in working with children with special communication needs including moderate-higher functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD. I am experienced working with adults with significant stressors and disorders and with children. Currently, I work at psychiatric hospital where I implement a program Sandplay/Sandtray Therapy.
(503) 925-3772
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
Tabitha Becker, Psychologist  in Lake Oswego
“With a belief in maximizing each child's potential, Dr. Tabitha Becker collaborates with parents, teachers and physicians to advocate for her patients. Dr. Becker is a licensed clinical child psychologist in the state of Oregon and specializes in providing evidence based psychoeducational, neurodevelopmental, and neuropsychological assessments to evaluate for intellectual disabilities, ADHD, Learning Disorders, cognitive impairment due to brain injury, epilepsy, and other medical conditions/treatment in children ages 2-25. Additionally, Dr. Becker provides behavioral, cognitive behavioral, and interpersonal therapy for conditions such as ADHD, depression, anxiety, oppositional defiance and chronic medical conditions.
(503) 438-4399
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97034
Diane Moskowitz, Counselor  in Lake Oswego
“Sometimes it's hard to tell if emotional problems are causing your relationship and sexual problems, or whether it's the other way around. I help clients, either individually, or with their partners, sort out the issues that might be getting in the way of a healthy relationship and/or a comfortable and satisfying sex life. Together we explore the obstacles to substantive change. Whether your focus is on current life dilemmas, or on longstanding and frustrating conflicts, I can help you tap into your own wisdom and inner strengths to move forward.
(503) 476-9429 x4
Lake Oswego, Oregon 97035
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