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Therapists in Mcminnville

Kurt C Webb  in Mcminnville
“I value building collaborative and trusting relationships to make the most of therapy. I check in and ask for feedback on what is or is not working. I'm sensitive to therapist-client fit, so that you can determine if you need another therapist. This means that I invite questions, honest feedback, and openness to address any concerns about therapy. Treatment goals can be straightforward and explicit, such as shooting at a target (skills to lower anxiety symptoms), and/or an implicit approach to process relational changes at a deeper level (self-awareness and insight into personal functioning).
(503) 967-2684
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Linda Volz, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Mcminnville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LPC, LMFT, NCACI
“For over 20 years I have assisted individuals and families struggling with chronic illness, disabilities and mental health issues. In private practice and college settings I have provided career counseling, life coaching and support groups. This holistic approach led me to a second Masters in Marriage & Family, Mental Health and Addictions Clinical settings have included in-patient hospital (addiction/mental health), county Mental Health/Addiction (Individual & Family) & group private practice. Life-long learning is central to my approach along with my role as a facilitator of client-centered change. PLEASE NOTE NOT ACCEPTING PATIENTS UNTIL OCT.
(503) 446-1087
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Denise B Fellows, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mcminnville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADCI
“In my work with adults, teens and children I have experience in dealing with life's difficulties such as divorce, relationships, substance abuse, parenting, trauma, and grief which interfere with daily living. I believe that in each person exists personal strengths and self determination that can be used as a source of help to let go of self-defeating learned behaviors, improve problem solving, and develop insight that can lead to lasting change.
(503) 766-3858
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Marilyn Blackwell  in Mcminnville
“My approach to therapy is interactive, easy going, kind and non-judgmental. I've been graced with experience and relationship with all kinds of people and believe that change is always possible. I value each person's individuality and will walk alongside as you journey to embrace your best self. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, divorce, separation, difficulty in relationships, current or past traumas, chronic illness, spiritual challenges, anger issues or are recovering from grief or loss I can offer you a safe place to work through issues and to access your personal resources for health and healing.
(971) 240-5732
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Sandra R Lucas, Counselor  in Mcminnville
“Clearly every counselor on this website has their own philosophies and the own way of doing things.Most clients who come to me want guidance or direction. So I find myself teaching; teaching about how to have better relationships, what trauma does to your brain, how to handle your anger, etc. I tend to give my clients handouts, and things to think about when they are not in session. That way, long after I am just a memory, you can look back and remember some of the learning that took place.
(503) 406-9112
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Life Counseling, Counselor  in Mcminnville
“I do many kinds of counseling including individual, family and couple counseling. Each situation and problem is unique and so is its solution. I do not view myself as an expert, but rather as an outside observer looking to give you new perspectives on old problems. There are so many things that affect people and their situations: home, work, peer relationships, school, family, financial strains and health difficulties. No one lives on an island without these multiple pressures. In counseling we try to look at these multiple pressures that are affecting you and try to make the entire system more positive.
(503) 549-4549
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Patricia Short, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Mcminnville
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA, CMHC, LMFT-I
“I believe in families. As you learn to work together as a team and develop a plan that works for you, you can restore harmony and balance back into your home. I work with couples to develop their communication skills with each other and their children. I work with the children and teenagers as they learn to express themselves in a clear and honest manner and help them take their unique place in the family. I also work with families that have experienced divorce, grief, abuse, or trauma. As a special education teacher, I also work with learning and developmental disability issues.
(971) 599-2919
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD
“Over a span of 30+ years as a licensed professional therapist, I have helped individuals and couples work through a broad spectrum of personal and relationship difficulties. To my focus on repair and restoration to happiness, I bring the wisdom of age and practical experience while keeping current on therapeutic approaches. I believe it is my moral obligation to give clients the best of my skill and insight, and to provide them with capabilities to achive their considered objectives. I do not knowingly encourage anyone to make choices or take actions that will cause avoidable hurt to themselves or another.
(503) 610-8957
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Joshua Landin  in Mcminnville
“My approach to counseling is to work alongside each person in order to establish a strong therapeutic relationship which nurtures an environment of safety and trust. Working collaboratively, I hope to help clients better understand how they experience the world from their unique point of view and personal experience. I believe the goal of therapy is based on the needs of the client and I strive to assist in the process of initiating transformation, developing resilience, and fostering hope.
(541) 255-4294
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Deanna Jago, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Mcminnville
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, CADCII, ICADC, SAP
“Have you ever said, l'll stop tomorrow. And, tomorrow never seems to come. The time to change is now. I can help you move beyond the intent and into action. My approach to therapy is practical, result oriented and eclectic. I believe in empowering the individual in making the necessary changes in lifestyle and core belief systems. I've been working in the field of addictions for over 24 years. I always say, "There isn't a problem, unless there is a problem." Has drugs/alcohol negatively affected an important area of your life? The time to act is now.
(503) 451-3962
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Merkle Counseling Associates " MCA", Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mcminnville
“Congratulations on taking this action step to resolve a challenge in your life... a situation or a relationship or distressing emotions... whether at home or work. Resolve, healing and change is about "doing it" different than how you have been "up until now". Behaviors are an attempt to get our needs met... based on results, the behavior works or not... I will help you discover ways to communicate, problem solve and respond that will serve you better to create the life you want. Change how you do you will change the situation!
(503) 472-9797
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Heather Manning, Counselor  in Mcminnville
“Heather Manning, MA LPC earned her MA in Counseling Psychology at Pacific University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Oregon, a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) through the NBCC, and a Human Services-Board Certified Professional (HS-BCP). Heather has nearly 15 years experience in the helping professions and focuses on client-centered, strength-based therapy in which the therapist and client are partners in treatment.
(503) 406-6328
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Joel Gregor, Psychologist  in Mcminnville
“I specialize in couples and family therapy and working with adolescents. I also offer testing services, performing assessments for educational, developmental or forensic needs. For ten years I have been offering support and compassion to my clients as I have worked with them to find solutions to a wide range of life's problems. My approach is practical and solution focused. I begin by helping each client tackle their immediate challenges, developing their strengths and helping to make the needed internal and environmental changes necessary for long lasting results and healing. I look forward to talking with you.
(503) 980-3007
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Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Margaret A Fuller  in Mcminnville
“I was drawn to work in the helping profession through a deep desire to understand emotional processes and healing as well as my love for relationships. I have a passion for emotional healing that improves our connections with others and the overall quality of daily experiences for each individual and family. This includes helping individuals and families through life challenges such as depression, anxiety, divorce, sibling and relational issues, behavioral issues, ADHD, current and past traumas, adult children of alcoholic issues, attachment, Aspergers Syndrome, chronic illnesses and other issues that rob us of health and joy.
(971) 266-2185
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Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Janelle R Engle, Counselor  in Mcminnville
“Counseling can be an adventure in self-discovery, a place to clarify your thoughts and get a fresh perspective about your life. I will help you develop insight into yourself, your life, your relationships and, also, if desired, help you identify specific changes that will bring you a higher quality of life. The better you know yourself, the easier it is to know what you want in life. Finding your own voice and having the confidence to express it is one of the foundational pieces in developing a rich experience in life, and an essential tool in relating to others.
(503) 926-6253
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Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
B Scot Cook, Psychologist  in Mcminnville
“Greetings. I appreciate how difficult it can be to choose a therapist and wish you the best in your selection process. My aim is to work with clients where there are, with the strengths they have, and in the manner they feel most comfortable. I believe people are doing the best they can with the tools they have. The thing is, sometimes the tools we have are inadequate for the job. That's where therapy can help. I try to give my clients new tools to tackle persistent problems in new ways.
(503) 766-5947
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Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Barbara Kollmar, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mcminnville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LLC
“Relationships are a key part of our lives. In my work - whether it is with an individual, a couple, or a family - I look at the relationships and other systems which impact the presenting problem. In approaching my work with people in this manner, I am able to see things from a broader point of view which, in turn, increases my ability to be helpful. I believe in the strengths that all people have, and I draw on those strengths as work together toward the change they seek.
(503) 446-6271
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Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Marc Rott, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mcminnville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, my main goal is to help people live a better quality of life. As a counselor I am skilled at listening, building trust, supporting and guiding clients to achieve their goals. I have worked with families, adolescents, parents, couples and educators and see the positive effect and changes that can occur in the counseling environment. My clients are able to create the life that they dream; not the negative effects of the situation or event that is causing them problems.
(503) 679-5019
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Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Rhonda Andrews, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mcminnville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"I believe as children, adults, and families grow and go through developmental stages, crisis can occur that lead them to the point of needing some extra support to get through the crisis time. I believe in self determination, and that a person ultimately knows what is best for themself. Additionally, I believe that parents are the experts regarding their own children. Parents know their children better than anyone. Advocacy for children"s safety, health and well being continues to be an important factor in my career, and I believe education is the best way to achieve this."
(971) 236-4045
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Mcminnville, Oregon 97128
Linda Ann Yegge-Brannon, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Mcminnville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW, DCSW
“I provide Pain Services in Oregon's Willamette Valley. As a coach I guide and encourage patients to find effective ways of obtaining their own pain relief (Power over Pain) and preventing chronic pain. I assist patients to learn practical ways to target stress, muscle tension, pain and anxiety, focusing on individual interests and needs (goals like sleeping restfully, getting back to favorite hobbies, managing a vacation, turning around discouragement, or help finding an appropriate alternate career). Using daily mindful relaxation strategies is a great way to connect with your body, get pain relief and prevent muscle tension that exacerbates pain.
(503) 406-9058
Office is near:
Mcminnville, Oregon 97128

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