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Therapists in Portland

Lisa Todd Petersen  in Portland
“Welcome to my practice. Together we will explore the obstacles that keep you from feeling more engaged, connected, curious and content. My personal style is down to earth, honest and direct. I value authenticity in our work together and offer an appreciation for your spirituality. I aim to create an environment where you feel safe with me as I assist you in making desired changes. I often draw on creativity and humor as I believe both can be used for growth and change. Together, we will cultivate awareness, gain clarity and practice compassion.
(503) 925-5253
Portland, Oregon 97232
Larry Conner, Counselor  in Portland
“We humans can get stuck in fear, resentment, anger, hurt, negative thinking, obsession, compulsion, or addiction in ways that create suffering for us and those we love. For the last 26 years as a practicing therapist, I have worked, within the context of a safe therapueutic relationship, to help my clients discover emotional freedom and clarity so they can live in balance and peace and have fulfilling and positive relationships. You can read more about my approach to counseling at
(503) 446-1184
Portland, Oregon 97214
Michael L Cady Russell  in Portland
“There are many different ideas and beliefs about optimal mental health. I believe that each family and individual has the right to receive therapy and counseling to help them achieve their idea of optimum health. My philosophy is based in Structural and Interpersonal Psychotherapy. I have worked in the education field since 2006 and have worked closely with individuals with behavioral and learning disabilities. My counseling approach can feel directive, especially when working with a family. I work to empower my clients with the skills, strategies and supportive environment to reach their academic, social and personal potential.
(503) 894-5652
Portland, Oregon 97209
Malika Burman, Psychiatrist  in Portland
“I am a Board certified psychiatrist in private practice in SW Portland. My approach to treating patients is holistic, drawing from western medicine and eastern philosophy. I recieved my B.A and M.D. from Columbia University in New York City. I practice mostly psychodynamic and psychoanalytic approaches to psychotherapy, and when necessary, medication management and monitoring. I have a special interest in Jungian psychoanalysis.
(972) 893-3218
Portland, Oregon 97219
Lisa Silverman  in Portland
“I specialize in working with people in transitions around life, livelihood and loss, and the complex emotions that arise in those moments. I have a deep interest in women's life transitions including fertility and pregnancy, postpartum, leaving or re-entering the workforce, and the empty nest. And I have expertise in meeting people wherever they are on the path of parenting.
(503) 427-9031
Portland, Oregon 97214
Kathleen K. Sheridan, PMHNP, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
“As a Nurse Practitioner in Mental Health, with an emphasis on holistic treatment, I provide a calm and therapeutic environment for people who have problems with anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and PTSD. There are a number of therapy strategies we can use to alleviate your symptoms and help you live a more comfortable and satisfying life. Medications can sometimes assist in treating these conditions and, as a Nurse Practitioner, I am licensed to prescribe them when needed. We will review all of the options available and work together to choose the treatments that will work best for you.
(503) 446-1061
Portland, Oregon 97213
Sara Migliazzo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I provide individual and family therapy for those coping with life transitions and adjustments, grief and loss, trauma recovery, relational issues, anxiety and depression. I understand that it takes incredible courage to seek therapeutic support when navigating uncertain seasons of life and my hope is that through the safe space we create together you will be able to choose mindfully the direction of your way.
(503) 468-3349
Portland, Oregon 97215
Diane C Steinbrecher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CHT, MSWAC
“I trust that whatever appears in the mind, body, and emotions has its purpose and wants to be deeply heard, honored, understood, and embraced; that all the Psyche expresses are attempts toward our wholeness and realizing the jewel of our Essential Being. With this compassion and care, healing can unfold, patterns and beliefs transformed, and we can live our true potential and purpose, innate wisdom, and experience happiness, peace, and joy.
(503) 388-5760
Portland, Oregon 97202
Mike Binks, Counselor  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
“Do you face the demands of a life with a hectic pace, ever-growing expectations, and diminishing returns? Maybe you're actually keeping up with it all, but feeling disconnected from your dreams and the people around you. Or maybe you've noticed some nagging patterns in your thoughts, feelings, or relationships that keep repeating themselves. What brings you to counseling or therapy is usually complex and very personal - calling for deep respect & understanding.
(503) 567-1297
Portland, Oregon 97213
Family Ties Counseling Center, Counselor  in Portland
“We want your closest relationships to be healthy and strong! It could be your marriage or your relationship with your children. Or even with yourself. Often when our relationships are feeling strained, then we feel generally awful in our lives. However, when our relationships are doing great, we typically feel great. You may have conflict in your marriage or your child may be struggling with some particular challenge. We help address the relationship directly, helping everyone's voice be heard.
(503) 343-9495
Portland, Oregon 97214
Darci L Walker, Psychologist  in Portland
“Depression, anxiety, conflict or life transitions can leave us feeling stuck and overwhelmed. Therapy can, and should, be a safe and collaborative relationship where we work through the complications of life and relationships to find a more hopeful, rewarding and loving experience of the world. I want you to feel active in your therapy as we work toward gentle healing and personal growth. In addition to working with individuals, couples and families, I write and connect through Core Parenting ( where I help parents follow their own inner wisdom through the joys and challenges of parenthood and co-parenting.
(503) 822-0964
Portland, Oregon 97205
Mark Weinmeister, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life circumstances, internal struggles, uncomfortable emotions, health issues, and relationship challenges can sometimes make it difficult for any one to honestly say, "I am well." As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and psychotherapist, I work with older teens and adults to enhance and nurture a strong and lasting sense of well-being. My style is warm, non-judgmental, and interactive. I work to sooth my clients' emotional distress, clarify their hopes and goals, and support desired change.
(971) 319-9551
Portland, Oregon 97205
Valentia Heart, Counselor  in Portland
“For over 20 years, I've had the honor of assisting couples, families, and individuals of all ages, as they identify, clarify and find constructive coping strategies to deal with issues relating to anxiety, depression, grief, anger and relationships. As a Marriage & Family Therapist, I especially enjoy working on issues such as affair recovery, attachment disorders, parenting difficulties, child/adolescent behavior problems, anxiety, and trauma. Whether you are struggling with a relationship in your life, overwhelming anxiety, or some other problem, I would be honored to work with you.
(503) 902-4932
Portland, Oregon 97209
Dale A Nader, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I began working in the Mental Health and Chemical Dependency fields in 1981. I have worked primarily in community-based, not-for-profit agencies, and have worked as a therapist, a clinical supervisor, a clinical director, and as an administrator at various points throughout my career. My theoretical approach to counseling is a Cognitive-Behavioral approach which research has shown to be one of the most effective methods of therapy. I also utilize a Family Systems approach. I work with individuals, couples, families, and groups.
(971) 248-0955
Portland, Oregon 97232
Ruth Exley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“After trauma, a child is desperate to feel secure. They may seem anxious or fearful and avoid people/ places. They may wake you up because of the bad dreams, act out or withdraw socially. Your child may try to pretend as if everything is ok, but you sense something is off. Post Traumatic Stress can be all consuming, but your child is incredibly resilient and so are you. Trauma therapy can help restore normalcy in your family and give your child a renewed sense of strength.
(503) 487-3783
Portland, Oregon 97232
Jon Fox  in Portland
“Is something holding you back from having the relationship you want? Are you close to separation or divorce? Are you feeling stressed by your loved ones? I specialize in counseling for people looking to improve their relationships and heal from past trauma in a safe and nurturing environment. Clients that come to me are often struggling with very painful emotions: anxiety, grief, depression, shame, and anger to name just a few. I can help you repair conflicts with partners and family, embark on a new and more satisfying career and increase your self-esteem.
(503) 451-6261
Portland, Oregon 97214
Matt Carges, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Welcome to my psychotherapy practice, helping individuals, families and couples develop healthy, productive, and satisfying lives and relationships. I provide collaborative, in-depth talk therapy with individuals and couples dealing with sometimes painful issues ranging from depression, anxiety, loss and trauma to trouble with relationships, and difficult life transitions. In addition, I have extensive experience and training providing family therapy to effectively resolve relational, developmental and parenting problems.
(503) 446-2107
Portland, Oregon 97210
Lanette Ambers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe there comes a time in most people's lives when it can be helpful to have a supportive person to guide them through life changes or difficulties they may be experiencing. It takes strength and courage to decide to begin therapy. If this is something you are considering for a family member then you should be commended!
(503) 567-6230
Portland, Oregon 97232
Deborah Lyda High, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“The act of doing therapy is a bit like tending to a garden; it takes diligence and care to achieve growth! It sounds challenging I know, but the outcomes and successes of working on yourself and your relationships far outweigh the negatives. We all have gardens that need occasional weeding and replanting, and when we are not taking care of ourselves, we can experience feelings of depression, anxiety, restlessness and frustration. In choosing to work with me, I will guide and encourage you by providing the necessary tools and resources that allow you to create a healthy and bountiful garden of your own.
(503) 564-1904
Portland, Oregon 97227
Robert Socherman, Psychologist  in Portland
“I think of my approach to helping people as a collaborative and educational one. Most people who come in for therapy are wanting to make a change in their lives but are struggling in some manor. I feel that the best way to implement change is through one's thoughts (cognitions), feelings, and behaviors-this kind of approach is known as Cognitive-Behavioral therapy (CBT). A person needs to welcome the challenges and opportunities in his or her life with a clear and calm mind - These are the cognitive and behavioral aspects of CBT.
(503) 218-3970
Portland, Oregon 97227
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