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Therapists in Portland

Joseph Parrish, Counselor  in Portland
“My focus in therapy is helping to address people's unique needs while also assisting in facilitating a healthy, self-sustaining outlook on life. I encourage clients to take a proactive approach in fostering a lifestyle that promotes mental, emotional and physical well-being. I am flexible in my approach and work to create a warm, comfortable environment to discuss your concerns. I have extensive training in working with clients who have experienced various forms of trauma. I also specialize in practicing affirmative therapy with clients who identify as LGBTQI.
(503) 406-4246
Portland, Oregon 97202
Elke Zuercher-White, Psychologist  in Portland
“If you are looking for help for an anxiety disorder and want to see results in relatively short treatment, I may be well-suited for you. My approach is evidence-based cognitive-behavioral, and I utilize other related approaches, such as those from acceptance and commitment therapy. Besides offering individual treatment, I conduct specialized group treatment, whenever I have enough interested clients for any specific anxiety group.
(503) 980-4778
Portland, Oregon 97221
Laurence Grisanti, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
“I am a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with prescriptive authority providing therapy to adults. I have worked with a full spectrum of mental health issues. Namaste.
(503) 489-9342
Portland, Oregon 97205
Jessica L Corp, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS
“Relationships are my speciality. I believe that positive regard for self and the ability to connect with other people in genuine and meaningful ways is one of the most important aspects of our lives.
(503) 451-6252
Portland, Oregon 97214
Catherine M Melo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am excited to have relocated to Portland, OR. I am able to teach people skills that will transform their relationships. I work with couples and families who really want to make changes in the way they relate to one another, helping them to understand that conflict is normal and natural. I also enjoy helping people who have been traumatized. My seven years at the VA Outpatient Clinic has well prepared me to work with those who have been traumatized, are depressed or are grieving.
(503) 446-6026 x208
Portland, Oregon 97212
Maggie Bortz, Counselor  in Portland
“Seeking therapy is a courageous act. In the context of a safe, therapeutic relationship, I work to assist you in developing a greater sense of self-awareness and a clear internal sense of what is right for you as a unique individual. I assist you in discovering constructive ways to cope with stressors and to manage difficult feelings. I may also be proactive in respectfully challenging perceptions and behaviors that may contribute to your suffering. I work well with children and adolescents, as well as adults. Saturday appointments may be available.
(503) 766-5419
Portland, Oregon 97232
Janet L Martin, Counselor  in Portland
“Are you feeling confused, sad, anxious, angry, or all of these? In your relationship do you feel like you try hard to communicate, but little seems to work? Do you wonder if it is your partner or you? Or perhaps you are feeling sad or numb. You sleep and eat more or less than usual and have problems with concentration, memory, and fatigue. Perhaps you feel anxious.You live with worryand panic feelings and find you cannot relax, sleep well and worry constantly. Perhaps you grew up in a chaotic or abusive environment and experience many of these issues.
(503) 438-4251
Portland, Oregon 97205
Anne Stark, PMHNP LLC, Psychiatric Nurse  in Portland
“I am a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, and provide a collaborative therapeutic environment to assist adults in navigating life's journey. Whether we decide on talk therapy alone, or include medications, I can provide assistance with anxiety, depression, grief, as well as relationship issues and life transitions. The course of treatment will be individualized to your specific needs. I am happy to work with your current healthcare team in providing psychiatric medication management. I can also provide psychotherapy using psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and motivational techniques. I look forward to working with you!
(503) 928-6402
Portland, Oregon 97205
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
Jody (Georgia) Swisher, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy is a relationship between client and therapist. Healing comes as a result of the work we do together. I create a calm, supportive place where you can feel safe to explore your options and begin to think clearly about your life and your choices.
(503) 452-5058
Portland, Oregon 97219
Hunter Vaughn  in Portland
“I provide services to individuals, couples, and families, specializing in culturally competent therapy for Portland's LGBTQ community. I work with clients of various sexual, gender, and cultural backgrounds to address issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, identity concerns, and life transitions. I collaborate with clients & their other providers to determine the focus and nature of therapy. I believe all people are oriented towards health and growth, but sometimes develop problematic ways of thinking, acting, being, and interacting. In therapy we explore areas of your life to find ways of being that help you feel more contented, balanced, and effective.
(971) 264-7660
Portland, Oregon 97214
Yael Schweitzer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW, BC-DMT
“As a Mindfulness-Based Therapist, people come to me because they want to be heard, and I provide a safe and welcoming space where their voice is heard with respect and a non judgmental approach. I am skilled in listening not just to the spoken word, but also to the body and non verbal expressions. An essential component of my approach is to demonstrate and work with my clients on developing acceptance and compassion to themselves and others. Everyone who seeks therapy for medical, personal and interpersonal reasons is welcome to my clinic. I work with individuals, couples, families and groups.
(971) 236-4069
Portland, Oregon 97232
Brad Larsen Sanchez, Psychologist  in Portland
“I believe in the power of the therapeutic relationship to allow change to occur. Therapy is a place to open, transform, and revive your life. If you are experiencing depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress, and/or relationship problems, I can help you to realize positive change and growth.
(503) 406-1531
Portland, Oregon 97202
Timothy J. Peters, LCSW, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
“Do you seek the root from your past that connects to present-day suffering? I use a DBT-informed, cognitive-behavioral approach in my counseling practice. I strive to help clients identify goals to reach a more satisfying quality of life. When you and I feel ready I utilize prolonged exposure techniques and mind-body connections to treat childhood and adult trauma. We would focus on desensitization of present-day triggers, processing of past traumatic memories, and insight into complex trauma effects played out in current relationships.
(503) 406-4249
Portland, Oregon 97217
Sally T Johns,   in Portland
“Sometimes nothing you do is helping or making things better. You may feel lost, hopeless, or helpless. Perhaps you're angry, stressed, or overwhelmed and unable to cope. You are getting tired of the fight and may start to give up. Sometimes you just feel numb and begin to doubt you will ever experience joy again. You may suffer from low self-esteem, unhealthy relationships, intrusive thoughts, or past memories of trauma or abuse, Or, perhaps your life may seem "okay" but just isn't going in the direction you want and you feel stuck.
(503) 305-4024
Portland, Oregon 97232
Elisabeth Rice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Portland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I bring years of experience and compassion to create a safe and caring space for clients to heal and grow. I genuinely respect their concerns and appreciate their special gifts and strengths, allowing their authentic voice to be aired, bringing more clarity and fulfillment in their life.
(503) 444-9782
Portland, Oregon 97214
Bob Linhares, Psychologist  in Portland
“I treat adults experiencing a variety of life's challenges, including relationship problems, transition challenges, career worries, money-related difficulties, health concerns, anxiety, and depression. This work combines practical guidance, problem solving and education. My therapeutic style is collaborative. Together, we look for insight into the origins of unwanted behavioral, emotional, and relationship patterns, then use that new knowledge to develop strategies to help you get "unstuck" and move forward in your life.
(971) 259-8965
Portland, Oregon 97209
David M Martin, Counselor  in Portland
“I believe that psychotherapy works and can help in overall life satisfaction. The base of my approach is rooted in human-centered, strengths-based and developmental theories that take into account who you are and where you have come from. I like to learn how you define your life and what will make your life uniquely and wonderfully yours by your own definition. My ideal client is someone who is curious and open to making their life a more deeply rich and healthy experience for themselves and those with whom they have, or want to have, more meaningful relationships.
(503) 925-6257
Portland, Oregon 97214
Mary Bright, Counselor  in Portland
“As a therapist, I see my most essential role in our work together as being a fellow traveler, providing deep listening, honoring and respecting your individual path, and believing fully in your innate ability to create and sustain a life of passion, meaning, and hope through the many challenges and choices we all face in our constantly changing and shifting world. During my years of work as a professional therapist, I have gotten to experience the profound honor of being witness to my clients' rediscovering their courageous, wise, and truest selves.
(503) 475-6426
Portland, Oregon 97214
Christian Wolff - Psychologist Associate,   in Portland
“In my therapeutic work, I use many approaches, creatively crafting them as I go. I have helped doctors grieve their losses, lawyers to stay strong to their conscience, and artists to find their inspiration. Before my eyes, I have seen the moment when the wall comes down between couples. People with extreme mental illnesses have found their way to my office and have left with renewed hope for their lives. I enjoy working with all kinds of people. I value similarities and differences and the unique, heartfelt concerns each individual brings to therapy.
(503) 388-5988
Portland, Oregon 97209
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