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As a counselor, my goal is to assist my client in becoming more empowered and self-aware to reach their goals. I create a person-centered therapeutic style that is warm, down-to-earth, fun, and relaxing. My goal is to fashion each session geared toward the uniqueness of all my clients. I encourage individuals to build a better self-image, express their emotions constructively, and build healthy relationships with others.
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As a counselor, my goal is to assist my client in becoming more empowered and self-aware to reach their goals. I create a person-centered therapeutic style that is warm, down-to-earth, fun, and relaxing. My goal is to fashion each session geared toward the uniqueness of all my clients. I encourage individuals to build a better self-image, express their emotions constructively, and build healthy relationships with others.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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**********NOTE I AM CURRENTLY CLOSED AND UNABLE TO ACCEPT NEW PATIENTS********** As a Bi-lingual/Bi-cultural Latina clinician I am passionate about working with those that have been severely impacted by trauma and those that do not have the means or access to traditional health care. My desire is to work with a multicultural population that is looking to break free from the chains of cultural tradition and stigma associated to mental health. Taking a closer look at the mind, body and spirit allows me the opportunity to work from a holistic perspective and focus on the patient within it's environment as a whole.
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**********NOTE I AM CURRENTLY CLOSED AND UNABLE TO ACCEPT NEW PATIENTS********** As a Bi-lingual/Bi-cultural Latina clinician I am passionate about working with those that have been severely impacted by trauma and those that do not have the means or access to traditional health care. My desire is to work with a multicultural population that is looking to break free from the chains of cultural tradition and stigma associated to mental health. Taking a closer look at the mind, body and spirit allows me the opportunity to work from a holistic perspective and focus on the patient within it's environment as a whole.
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, CADCI, LCSW
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My therapy approach is a 40 year integration of family systems, Meditation/Mindfulness, Emotion Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment, psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and chemical dependency treatment approaches. I blend a practical here and now approach to making changes with an understanding of how past experiences and relationships have contributed to our current behavior and feelings. I have found couples and family therapy approaches to be very helpful in addressing both individual and relationship issues. I have served a wide range of culturally diverse clients, as well as gay, lesbian and bi-sexual clients.
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(503) 446-1176
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My therapy approach is a 40 year integration of family systems, Meditation/Mindfulness, Emotion Focused Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment, psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, and chemical dependency treatment approaches. I blend a practical here and now approach to making changes with an understanding of how past experiences and relationships have contributed to our current behavior and feelings. I have found couples and family therapy approaches to be very helpful in addressing both individual and relationship issues. I have served a wide range of culturally diverse clients, as well as gay, lesbian and bi-sexual clients.
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC
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I strongly believe that as human beings, we have the ability to change and transform our lives through choice. Being that there is no single theory which can capture our experiences as human beings, I utilize an integrated approach which allows me to use some aspects of: Gestalt, Existential, Solution Focused as well as high utilization of Cognitive Behavioral therapy. In addition to community mental health, I am including private practice into my line of work. Overall, my main goal as a clinician is to help and guide individuals to change their lives to improve everyday living.
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I strongly believe that as human beings, we have the ability to change and transform our lives through choice. Being that there is no single theory which can capture our experiences as human beings, I utilize an integrated approach which allows me to use some aspects of: Gestalt, Existential, Solution Focused as well as high utilization of Cognitive Behavioral therapy. In addition to community mental health, I am including private practice into my line of work. Overall, my main goal as a clinician is to help and guide individuals to change their lives to improve everyday living.
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, CADCII, MAC
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Are you stuck in an unhappy, broken relationship? Feel trapped in a habit? I can help. Learn how to switch unhappiness to enjoyment. Transform feelings of powerlessness and confusion. Find hope. Reach out today for a free call. You will experience real change. Sign up for a free call here: https://calendly.com/wisecaring/rcmentoring
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Are you stuck in an unhappy, broken relationship? Feel trapped in a habit? I can help. Learn how to switch unhappiness to enjoyment. Transform feelings of powerlessness and confusion. Find hope. Reach out today for a free call. You will experience real change. Sign up for a free call here: https://calendly.com/wisecaring/rcmentoring
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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The journey to healing, evolving, and becoming a better person can seem impossible and daunting. My goal as a therapist, is to work with teens and adults who have the desire to heal and change, but may not know where to begin. Whether you come to therapy to address unresolved trauma or simply to learn healthy coping skills to manage stress, I aim to create a safe, non-judgmental space that facilitates growth and healing. To get the most out of therapy you must be willing to do the work, but I will be your guide.
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The journey to healing, evolving, and becoming a better person can seem impossible and daunting. My goal as a therapist, is to work with teens and adults who have the desire to heal and change, but may not know where to begin. Whether you come to therapy to address unresolved trauma or simply to learn healthy coping skills to manage stress, I aim to create a safe, non-judgmental space that facilitates growth and healing. To get the most out of therapy you must be willing to do the work, but I will be your guide.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist
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I have been in practice for 35 years and I work with individuals and couples looking to make changes in their lives. This can be relationship work, career change, transitions, or coping with emotional distress such as depression or other mood disorders. The client who works with me will find support as well as receive coping skills. Couples needing help with communication, separation and conflict issues will benefit from my experience and expertise but will be expected to do homework if assigned. I also use hypnosis for those wanting to quit smoking.
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I have been in practice for 35 years and I work with individuals and couples looking to make changes in their lives. This can be relationship work, career change, transitions, or coping with emotional distress such as depression or other mood disorders. The client who works with me will find support as well as receive coping skills. Couples needing help with communication, separation and conflict issues will benefit from my experience and expertise but will be expected to do homework if assigned. I also use hypnosis for those wanting to quit smoking.
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Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, LPC
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The choice to engage in counseling can be difficult yet beneficial. If you choose to engage in this process you will be treated with the respect, care and dignity you deserve. I provide individual, couple and family counseling for people struggling with an array of issues. Counseling allows a safe platform to explore issues that need to be addressed in a healthy and positive manner.
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The choice to engage in counseling can be difficult yet beneficial. If you choose to engage in this process you will be treated with the respect, care and dignity you deserve. I provide individual, couple and family counseling for people struggling with an array of issues. Counseling allows a safe platform to explore issues that need to be addressed in a healthy and positive manner.
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Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
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Relationships are the fundamental building blocks of human experience. We are shaped by them, we devote much of our resources to them, and they can be sources of inspiration, support, and consistent love. They can also be harmful and even dangerous, especially when an individual's relationship templates have started off as dysfunctional in their families of origin. Many of my clients have been or currently are in relationships with narcissistic or sociopathic partners, or have a close family member or boss with these disorders. Healing is possible after these relationships, and there is hope for choosing healthier people to love.
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Relationships are the fundamental building blocks of human experience. We are shaped by them, we devote much of our resources to them, and they can be sources of inspiration, support, and consistent love. They can also be harmful and even dangerous, especially when an individual's relationship templates have started off as dysfunctional in their families of origin. Many of my clients have been or currently are in relationships with narcissistic or sociopathic partners, or have a close family member or boss with these disorders. Healing is possible after these relationships, and there is hope for choosing healthier people to love.
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, CADC, I
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It's my privilege to work as a Mental Health Counselor. I offer a safe, non judgmental, place where people can explore their thoughts, feelings, and concerns. I have expertise addressing relationship conflicts, child/parent struggles, separation/divorce, substance abuse, and codependency issues. When we are suffering and in need of counseling we sometimes endure a great deal before we recognize there is a problem that needs to be addressed. If you find yourself struggling in any one of these areas call me to help you find the joy in everyday life.
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(503) 926-6359
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It's my privilege to work as a Mental Health Counselor. I offer a safe, non judgmental, place where people can explore their thoughts, feelings, and concerns. I have expertise addressing relationship conflicts, child/parent struggles, separation/divorce, substance abuse, and codependency issues. When we are suffering and in need of counseling we sometimes endure a great deal before we recognize there is a problem that needs to be addressed. If you find yourself struggling in any one of these areas call me to help you find the joy in everyday life.
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LPC Intern, MA, QMHP
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Are you a single mom, struggling or overwhelmed with your role? Are you juggling a career and home life? If so I can help! Are you a mixed race or in a multiracial relationship? If so, I can help. I specialize in working with multiracial individuals, couples, and families, as well as single moms and career moms. I view the counseling process as a road trip; you are the driver and I am in the passenger seat keeping your attention focused on the road ahead, heading towards your chosen goals while providing support, validation and practical tools that will help assist you in reaching these goals.
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(971) 351-1817
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Are you a single mom, struggling or overwhelmed with your role? Are you juggling a career and home life? If so I can help! Are you a mixed race or in a multiracial relationship? If so, I can help. I specialize in working with multiracial individuals, couples, and families, as well as single moms and career moms. I view the counseling process as a road trip; you are the driver and I am in the passenger seat keeping your attention focused on the road ahead, heading towards your chosen goals while providing support, validation and practical tools that will help assist you in reaching these goals.
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Psychologist, Ph.D.
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Are you a giver, fixer, or helper who often feels depleted, worn-out, and emotionally unsatisfied? Do you struggle to prioritize yourself, and instead put other's needs and wants above your own? You may also feel a sense of deep emptiness. You try to fill that emptiness in your life with work, friends, family, or material things. Perhaps you try to feel better through staying busy, distraction, and instant gratification. Or, are you someone who has never felt truly understood by others? Maybe due to your own negative view of yourself, unique life experiences, and the limitations of others, you often feel unseen, or unimportant.
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Are you a giver, fixer, or helper who often feels depleted, worn-out, and emotionally unsatisfied? Do you struggle to prioritize yourself, and instead put other's needs and wants above your own? You may also feel a sense of deep emptiness. You try to fill that emptiness in your life with work, friends, family, or material things. Perhaps you try to feel better through staying busy, distraction, and instant gratification. Or, are you someone who has never felt truly understood by others? Maybe due to your own negative view of yourself, unique life experiences, and the limitations of others, you often feel unseen, or unimportant.
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
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I strongly believe that all humans can reach an optimum state of health. An essential part of achieving this often involves addressing limiting habitual patterns of behavior or belief systems as well as learning skills to optimize healthy relationships. I seek to provide a safe and non-judgmental environment in which clients can identify their own answers and achieve tangible results. This can occur both in individual sessions as well as with the collaboration of family members. My practice has lead me to work with youth, young adults, adults, and families facing some very challenging life situations and internal struggles.
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(541) 951-3095
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I strongly believe that all humans can reach an optimum state of health. An essential part of achieving this often involves addressing limiting habitual patterns of behavior or belief systems as well as learning skills to optimize healthy relationships. I seek to provide a safe and non-judgmental environment in which clients can identify their own answers and achieve tangible results. This can occur both in individual sessions as well as with the collaboration of family members. My practice has lead me to work with youth, young adults, adults, and families facing some very challenging life situations and internal struggles.
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Psychologist, PhD
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With each client, I work to build a trusted partnership through empathy, honesty and adaptive support. In therapy, I provide a safe space for clients to explore, clarify and move through personal difficulties. Together, we identify goals for therapy, and work strategically to build insight, reduce distress, and change unwanted patterns. Clinically, I approach well-being from an Ecological Model perspective; and often use Humanistic, Cognitive-Behavioral, and Motivational therapies in my work with clients. However, how therapy looks varies with each person based on their unique needs, cultural contexts, and current circumstances.
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With each client, I work to build a trusted partnership through empathy, honesty and adaptive support. In therapy, I provide a safe space for clients to explore, clarify and move through personal difficulties. Together, we identify goals for therapy, and work strategically to build insight, reduce distress, and change unwanted patterns. Clinically, I approach well-being from an Ecological Model perspective; and often use Humanistic, Cognitive-Behavioral, and Motivational therapies in my work with clients. However, how therapy looks varies with each person based on their unique needs, cultural contexts, and current circumstances.
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA
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****Currently a Waitlist****There are many paths to wellness. People enter therapy to address a wide range of concerns, from anxiety, crisis, depression, trauma, and shame. Others are exploring more about themselves, relationships, reflecting upon past patterns, and developing new strategies for living. My intention is to create an authentic, non-judgmental, safe environment in which I can join you on your journey of self-compassion, exploration, and growth. I am passionate about living in a world that is safe for all. I strive in my practice to be sensitive to concerns regarding intersectionality, marginalization, and oppression.
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****Currently a Waitlist****There are many paths to wellness. People enter therapy to address a wide range of concerns, from anxiety, crisis, depression, trauma, and shame. Others are exploring more about themselves, relationships, reflecting upon past patterns, and developing new strategies for living. My intention is to create an authentic, non-judgmental, safe environment in which I can join you on your journey of self-compassion, exploration, and growth. I am passionate about living in a world that is safe for all. I strive in my practice to be sensitive to concerns regarding intersectionality, marginalization, and oppression.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
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Anne has been working in the mental health profession for over 25 years. She provides individual & couples therapy, as well as parent coaching, and weight management/Intuitive Eating support groups. She helps couples re-connect, overcome communication barriers, and create a deeper understanding and greater sense of connectedness with one another. Anne works with individuals to help clients achieve mood stability; reduce their stress with greater balance in every day living; create more fulfilling relationships; and find resilience to clear away obstacles, or painful memories, to finding a renewed joy and sense of direction in their lives.
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(503) 980-4873
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Anne has been working in the mental health profession for over 25 years. She provides individual & couples therapy, as well as parent coaching, and weight management/Intuitive Eating support groups. She helps couples re-connect, overcome communication barriers, and create a deeper understanding and greater sense of connectedness with one another. Anne works with individuals to help clients achieve mood stability; reduce their stress with greater balance in every day living; create more fulfilling relationships; and find resilience to clear away obstacles, or painful memories, to finding a renewed joy and sense of direction in their lives.
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
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You are courageously looking for help to improve and enhance your life. Depression, anxiety, losses or fears may be getting in your way. You know life can be more fulfilling, but you are challenged by past hurts, old patterns of thinking or behavior, difficult relationships, and outdated ideas about yourself. I offer down-to-earth therapy for people who are overwhelmed at various life stages. I will form a strong therapeutic bond with you and accompany you on a journey to understand and change what is getting in the way of your natural human tendency to grow and feel peace.
African-American
(503) 406-6841
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You are courageously looking for help to improve and enhance your life. Depression, anxiety, losses or fears may be getting in your way. You know life can be more fulfilling, but you are challenged by past hurts, old patterns of thinking or behavior, difficult relationships, and outdated ideas about yourself. I offer down-to-earth therapy for people who are overwhelmed at various life stages. I will form a strong therapeutic bond with you and accompany you on a journey to understand and change what is getting in the way of your natural human tendency to grow and feel peace.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CHT, MSWAC
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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.
African-American
(503) 388-5760
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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.
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Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, NCC, LPC, CDWF
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*CURRENTLY, NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. Hi! I'm Ushirika Johnson, Founder of Hearts Made Whole Counseling, LLC. I help individuals who struggle with self-acceptance and thoughts of "not being enough". If you are constantly striving to fix yourself and often get caught in the comparison trap OR fear that others will reject you if they knew the real you, I would like to help you find freedom. Together, we will identify the areas that keep you stuck in negative beliefs, and I will provide you practical skills to help you implement daily practices of self-compassion and self-love.
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*CURRENTLY, NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. Hi! I'm Ushirika Johnson, Founder of Hearts Made Whole Counseling, LLC. I help individuals who struggle with self-acceptance and thoughts of "not being enough". If you are constantly striving to fix yourself and often get caught in the comparison trap OR fear that others will reject you if they knew the real you, I would like to help you find freedom. Together, we will identify the areas that keep you stuck in negative beliefs, and I will provide you practical skills to help you implement daily practices of self-compassion and self-love.
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
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Do you wish to make changes in your life? People team with me to live more fully: with enthusiasm, passion and greater satisfaction. As your therapist, I offer you presence that is non-judgmental, caring and compassionate. Everyone deserves to have someone who is fully present with them. I am an insightful listener, and will meet you where you are at, in whatever moment you are in. As we partner together, we can unlock the key to achieving your personal goals and the aspirations you wish to accomplish. The Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Model, ACT, is my primary approach.
African-American
(503) 850-2188
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Do you wish to make changes in your life? People team with me to live more fully: with enthusiasm, passion and greater satisfaction. As your therapist, I offer you presence that is non-judgmental, caring and compassionate. Everyone deserves to have someone who is fully present with them. I am an insightful listener, and will meet you where you are at, in whatever moment you are in. As we partner together, we can unlock the key to achieving your personal goals and the aspirations you wish to accomplish. The Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Model, ACT, is my primary approach.

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African-American (Black) Therapists
If you're looking for African American therapy in Oregon or for an Oregon African American therapist these professionals provide therapy, psychotherapy and counseling that's sensitive to African American cultural issues. They include African American therapists, African American psychologists, African American marriage counselors and African American counselors. Sometimes we refer to them as black therapists in Oregon or Oregon black psychologists, black marriage counselors or black counselors in Oregon. They provide African American counseling in Oregon or black counseling in Oregon and are sensitive to black couples and black marriages in Oregon.

Note: This term is sometimes spelled as 'African-American'.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Oregon are able to work with a wide range of issues. They offer in person sessions as well as Teletherapy in Oregon

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Oregon you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Oregon and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Oregon or family therapy in Oregon.


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