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"I draw from psychodynamic and psychoanalytic approaches in my practice. We work together to try and gain a deep understanding of the way your mind works. This can help you discover obstacles and possibly hidden patterns that are preventing you from getting more joy and fulfillment from life. Our work together is done in a safe, supportive, and compassionate atmosphere. I can help you improve relationships, increase self-esteem, find relief from depression and anxiety."
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"I draw from psychodynamic and psychoanalytic approaches in my practice. We work together to try and gain a deep understanding of the way your mind works. This can help you discover obstacles and possibly hidden patterns that are preventing you from getting more joy and fulfillment from life. Our work together is done in a safe, supportive, and compassionate atmosphere. I can help you improve relationships, increase self-esteem, find relief from depression and anxiety."
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"I have built my practice around the belief that cultivating a trusting relationship is the best path to reaching your personal and emotional goals. My therapeutic environment is about working together to understand, align, and grow in a safe and positive space. Adults and teens of all backgrounds are welcome. I offer over 15 years experience in mental health/counseling/drug and alcohol/ and high school education. My practice aims to work together towards being a more balanced, intentional, and happier you."
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"I have built my practice around the belief that cultivating a trusting relationship is the best path to reaching your personal and emotional goals. My therapeutic environment is about working together to understand, align, and grow in a safe and positive space. Adults and teens of all backgrounds are welcome. I offer over 15 years experience in mental health/counseling/drug and alcohol/ and high school education. My practice aims to work together towards being a more balanced, intentional, and happier you."
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"Do you feel that life feels out of control or difficult? Or perhaps you see your partner or child's behaviors and wonder what went wrong and how you can help. These are signs that we may benefit from work focused on getting our lives, relationships, and behaviors back on track. I work with individuals and families to establish a vision of what they want their lives to look like, and examine where the vision isn't matching up to reality. We can then move toward committing to steps which will help you conquer barriers to living your valued life."
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"Do you feel that life feels out of control or difficult? Or perhaps you see your partner or child's behaviors and wonder what went wrong and how you can help. These are signs that we may benefit from work focused on getting our lives, relationships, and behaviors back on track. I work with individuals and families to establish a vision of what they want their lives to look like, and examine where the vision isn't matching up to reality. We can then move toward committing to steps which will help you conquer barriers to living your valued life."
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"Part of "being in the solution" when times are difficult is what you are doing right now: looking for answers and the support to find them. Everyone is challenged by life events. The path to self-awareness and personal growth is not an easy one. I accompany my clients as they discover their potential and deal with the barriers that prevent them from reaching it. My approach is holistic, meaning that I pay attention to all aspects of a person's experience including their physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual well being."
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"Part of "being in the solution" when times are difficult is what you are doing right now: looking for answers and the support to find them. Everyone is challenged by life events. The path to self-awareness and personal growth is not an easy one. I accompany my clients as they discover their potential and deal with the barriers that prevent them from reaching it. My approach is holistic, meaning that I pay attention to all aspects of a person's experience including their physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual well being."
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"The point of anxiety is to keep us from physical harm. Anxiety was tremendously helpful to our ancestors, keeping them out of harm's way by sounding alarms in their head and making them feel incredibly uncomfortable in order to survive dangerous situations. However anxiety has outlived its usefulness and our worry is keeping us stuck, hurting us physically and keeping us from handling parts of our lives without the attention of anxiety. Job interviews, school, first dates, work relationships would go much more smoothly if we were calm, confident and able to be clear-headed and present. "
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"The point of anxiety is to keep us from physical harm. Anxiety was tremendously helpful to our ancestors, keeping them out of harm's way by sounding alarms in their head and making them feel incredibly uncomfortable in order to survive dangerous situations. However anxiety has outlived its usefulness and our worry is keeping us stuck, hurting us physically and keeping us from handling parts of our lives without the attention of anxiety. Job interviews, school, first dates, work relationships would go much more smoothly if we were calm, confident and able to be clear-headed and present. "
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"If you are seeking help due to issues surrounding personal trauma, I may be a good fit for you. Chronic depression and anxiety, relationship issues, unwanted behavior (including addictions), racing thoughts, or chronic low self-worth, are problems within my specialty. My practice strives to treat those who have been impacted by traumatic events, and while some are affected by trauma through 'isolated occurrences', many others experience negative events spanning a longer period of time."
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"If you are seeking help due to issues surrounding personal trauma, I may be a good fit for you. Chronic depression and anxiety, relationship issues, unwanted behavior (including addictions), racing thoughts, or chronic low self-worth, are problems within my specialty. My practice strives to treat those who have been impacted by traumatic events, and while some are affected by trauma through 'isolated occurrences', many others experience negative events spanning a longer period of time."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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" I provide a judgement-free therapy environment. My clients set goals, work to achieve those goals and move forward with their lives. I want my clients to experience feeling empowered, in control and accomplished. There is no issue or circumstance we can't work through together."
(651) 362-2596
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" I provide a judgement-free therapy environment. My clients set goals, work to achieve those goals and move forward with their lives. I want my clients to experience feeling empowered, in control and accomplished. There is no issue or circumstance we can't work through together."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CISD
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"I am a dedicated mental health professional and have over twenty years of experience working in mental health. I begin my work by listening to what your goals are for counseling. My goal is simply this ~ to help individuals achieve personal growth and well-being through counseling. Together we will identify your goals, explore thinking patterns and emotional barriers that may prevent you from reaching your fullest potential. My approach is down-to-earth, empowering, and supportive. Because I believe a good therapeutic connection between my client and myself is essential, I routinely offer a free 30-minute consultation."
(971) 236-4067
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"I am a dedicated mental health professional and have over twenty years of experience working in mental health. I begin my work by listening to what your goals are for counseling. My goal is simply this ~ to help individuals achieve personal growth and well-being through counseling. Together we will identify your goals, explore thinking patterns and emotional barriers that may prevent you from reaching your fullest potential. My approach is down-to-earth, empowering, and supportive. Because I believe a good therapeutic connection between my client and myself is essential, I routinely offer a free 30-minute consultation."
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Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, LMHC, CADC-R
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"CURRENTLY ONLY TAKING CLIENTS FOR AVAILABILITY ON TUESDAY MORNINGS. “Are you suffering with the symptoms of PTSD? Does this impact your relationships? I believe everyone can reach an optimum state of well-being as long as we have the right tools and supports. To help my clients reach this goal, I employ a comprehensive approach with a strong reliance on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, and EMDR. It is with this combination of approaches that I can give each client individualized and tailored sessions to meet their needs. My hope is that I can be another supportive tool in each client's therapeutic journey.”"
(503) 907-9224
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"CURRENTLY ONLY TAKING CLIENTS FOR AVAILABILITY ON TUESDAY MORNINGS. “Are you suffering with the symptoms of PTSD? Does this impact your relationships? I believe everyone can reach an optimum state of well-being as long as we have the right tools and supports. To help my clients reach this goal, I employ a comprehensive approach with a strong reliance on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Family Systems Therapy, and EMDR. It is with this combination of approaches that I can give each client individualized and tailored sessions to meet their needs. My hope is that I can be another supportive tool in each client's therapeutic journey.”"
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"We all face challenges in life. By taking time to face our inner worlds, we may begin to quiet the past and change how we meet the future. Psychotherapy is one of the most effective ways to facilitate personal change. It can be challenging at times, but in return, therapy offers the possibility of real and lasting change, which is my goal with every client."
(503) 730-1594
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"We all face challenges in life. By taking time to face our inner worlds, we may begin to quiet the past and change how we meet the future. Psychotherapy is one of the most effective ways to facilitate personal change. It can be challenging at times, but in return, therapy offers the possibility of real and lasting change, which is my goal with every client."
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Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, SEP
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"I offer Individual Counseling specializing in trauma recovery, grief and loss, relationship issues, and personal empowerment. I am a Certified EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapist. I completed the Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) training through the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute. I assist clients in re-learning to trust their inner compass and embrace their own capacity for growth and wellness. Part of that growth is in building relationship with themselves, and with others, to develop and or enhance intimacy, community, and connection."
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"I offer Individual Counseling specializing in trauma recovery, grief and loss, relationship issues, and personal empowerment. I am a Certified EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapist. I completed the Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) training through the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute. I assist clients in re-learning to trust their inner compass and embrace their own capacity for growth and wellness. Part of that growth is in building relationship with themselves, and with others, to develop and or enhance intimacy, community, and connection."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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"I work with individuals and couples who are adjusting to a change in their life or find themselves "stuck" in patterns of behaviors or moods that disturb them. Examples include relationship stress, anxiety, depression, family of origin issues and addiction/abuse concerns. Some times this is a result of a loss of a loved one, a change in relationship status or employment status. Sometimes the cause is not apparent."
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"I work with individuals and couples who are adjusting to a change in their life or find themselves "stuck" in patterns of behaviors or moods that disturb them. Examples include relationship stress, anxiety, depression, family of origin issues and addiction/abuse concerns. Some times this is a result of a loss of a loved one, a change in relationship status or employment status. Sometimes the cause is not apparent."
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LPC Intern, MS, NCC
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"Dissatisfied, anxious, depleted, depressed, stuck. Sound familiar? Are you experiencing isolation and finding it hard to connect with the people you care about the most? With the right therapist, you can transform your life and relationships. I am ready to be that therapist. I offer a place to get messy, break down, and explore intense emotions without feeling judged. You need a new emotional tool box and honest, unbiased perspectives to sustain positive change. Congratulations on taking the first step towards health and vitality. "
(503) 543-1156
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"Dissatisfied, anxious, depleted, depressed, stuck. Sound familiar? Are you experiencing isolation and finding it hard to connect with the people you care about the most? With the right therapist, you can transform your life and relationships. I am ready to be that therapist. I offer a place to get messy, break down, and explore intense emotions without feeling judged. You need a new emotional tool box and honest, unbiased perspectives to sustain positive change. Congratulations on taking the first step towards health and vitality. "
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Psychologist, PsyD
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"I'm using video- and phone-calls right now, of course: your preference. I work most often with people struggling with the course of their life: its direction, its quality, or their traveling companions. People come to therapy when the problems of living have become too painful, scattered, depressing, frightening, or paralyzing to bear. For others, reaching an emotional breaking point isn't part of deciding to seek therapy: instead, they're frustrated at not having "figured out" how to build a rich life that includes satisfying relationships, work that doesn't demean them, and a range of human experiences."
(503) 298-6867
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"I'm using video- and phone-calls right now, of course: your preference. I work most often with people struggling with the course of their life: its direction, its quality, or their traveling companions. People come to therapy when the problems of living have become too painful, scattered, depressing, frightening, or paralyzing to bear. For others, reaching an emotional breaking point isn't part of deciding to seek therapy: instead, they're frustrated at not having "figured out" how to build a rich life that includes satisfying relationships, work that doesn't demean them, and a range of human experiences."
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"Ready for change? We can choose to grow past the limitations that keep us stuck. In my practice I listen carefully to your hopes (and fears) for the future, and work to free you up from the limits of the past. I tailor therapy to each unique individual to help you reach your goals. My therapy style is warm, direct, compassionate, and collaborative. I foster the growth process through challenging old patterns and helping new possibilities emerge."
(503) 850-0319 x4
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"Ready for change? We can choose to grow past the limitations that keep us stuck. In my practice I listen carefully to your hopes (and fears) for the future, and work to free you up from the limits of the past. I tailor therapy to each unique individual to help you reach your goals. My therapy style is warm, direct, compassionate, and collaborative. I foster the growth process through challenging old patterns and helping new possibilities emerge."
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Art Therapist, LCAT, CACD I
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"If words are not enough to access the core of who you are and how you might address your issues and struggles, consider Art Therapy. Art Therapy does not require nor expect one to be "an artist". -"Art therapy engages the mind, body, and spirit in ways that are distinct from verbal articulation alone. Kinesthetic, sensory, perceptual, and symbolic opportunities invite alternative modes of receptive and expressive communication, which can circumvent the limitations of language. Visual and symbolic expression gives voice to experience and empowers individual, communal, and societal transformation."-American Art Therapy Association "
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"If words are not enough to access the core of who you are and how you might address your issues and struggles, consider Art Therapy. Art Therapy does not require nor expect one to be "an artist". -"Art therapy engages the mind, body, and spirit in ways that are distinct from verbal articulation alone. Kinesthetic, sensory, perceptual, and symbolic opportunities invite alternative modes of receptive and expressive communication, which can circumvent the limitations of language. Visual and symbolic expression gives voice to experience and empowers individual, communal, and societal transformation."-American Art Therapy Association "
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"I am available to community members in need of a shift in perspective, support, & compassionate advocacy to return to the whole self. I strive to especially support marginalized groups who are experiencing the traumatic effects of oppression. I work with clients using a trauma-informed lens to deepen self-knowing, meaning-making, support shifts in perspective, as well as emotional and behavioral support. I work with seen and unseen energies, trauma, dissociation, dreams/nightmares, interpersonal boundaries, codependency, and re-patterning old narratives."
(971) 273-5576
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"I am available to community members in need of a shift in perspective, support, & compassionate advocacy to return to the whole self. I strive to especially support marginalized groups who are experiencing the traumatic effects of oppression. I work with clients using a trauma-informed lens to deepen self-knowing, meaning-making, support shifts in perspective, as well as emotional and behavioral support. I work with seen and unseen energies, trauma, dissociation, dreams/nightmares, interpersonal boundaries, codependency, and re-patterning old narratives."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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" Sometimes we may know where we want to go but just can't seem to get there. Too many times we are too close to a situation to see it with clarity; this is when a different set of eyes can really be helpful. Whether you are trying to break unhealthy relationship patterns, suffer from anxiety and/or depression, or feel generally unsatisfied or lonely, therapy can assist you in unraveling troublesome patterns, enhancing relationships, and improving your everyday quality of life. "
(503) 567-1541
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" Sometimes we may know where we want to go but just can't seem to get there. Too many times we are too close to a situation to see it with clarity; this is when a different set of eyes can really be helpful. Whether you are trying to break unhealthy relationship patterns, suffer from anxiety and/or depression, or feel generally unsatisfied or lonely, therapy can assist you in unraveling troublesome patterns, enhancing relationships, and improving your everyday quality of life. "
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Psychologist, PsyD
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"I enjoy working with clients who feel that their minds have become unmanageable. This experience often arises from a belief that inner conflict and complexity is a problem to be solved rather than a state of affairs to be understood and befriended. Sometimes this unmanageability shows up as anxiety, where the mind dreads bad outcomes and wont allow you to enjoy your life. Other times as depression, where the mind is mired in hopelessness, despair, or resentment. Addictions of various sorts can also arise from this state of affairs, whereby we try to distract or quiet our minds through destructive patterns of behavior. "
(802) 376-1276
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"I enjoy working with clients who feel that their minds have become unmanageable. This experience often arises from a belief that inner conflict and complexity is a problem to be solved rather than a state of affairs to be understood and befriended. Sometimes this unmanageability shows up as anxiety, where the mind dreads bad outcomes and wont allow you to enjoy your life. Other times as depression, where the mind is mired in hopelessness, despair, or resentment. Addictions of various sorts can also arise from this state of affairs, whereby we try to distract or quiet our minds through destructive patterns of behavior. "
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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"We are inherently whole, completely interconnected, and there is more right with us than there is wrong with us. Therapy is a way to practice and balance strategies of acceptance and change. Our focus will return to the power and wisdom of the present moment. We will practice increasing moment-to-moment awareness of thoughts, emotions, sensations, and behaviors. We will also look at how changes in these areas may be conducive to improved health (mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral therapy)."
(503) 360-1676
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"We are inherently whole, completely interconnected, and there is more right with us than there is wrong with us. Therapy is a way to practice and balance strategies of acceptance and change. Our focus will return to the power and wisdom of the present moment. We will practice increasing moment-to-moment awareness of thoughts, emotions, sensations, and behaviors. We will also look at how changes in these areas may be conducive to improved health (mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral therapy)."

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