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Michael Stattel, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I provide a mind-body centered approach to mental health. Mind-body work restores joy, vitality, physical well being and intimacy with others by freeing up emotional blocks in a safe and supportive manner. Grief, depression, anxiety, stress, and couples conflict are also addressed. This approach is especially effective in releasing psychological traumas which underly physical symptoms. I have over twenty-five years of experience helping individuals, couples and teens to achieve healing. My background of study includes extensive work with many of the most highly regarded leaders in the field of mind-body psychology."
(541) 205-4354
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"I provide a mind-body centered approach to mental health. Mind-body work restores joy, vitality, physical well being and intimacy with others by freeing up emotional blocks in a safe and supportive manner. Grief, depression, anxiety, stress, and couples conflict are also addressed. This approach is especially effective in releasing psychological traumas which underly physical symptoms. I have over twenty-five years of experience helping individuals, couples and teens to achieve healing. My background of study includes extensive work with many of the most highly regarded leaders in the field of mind-body psychology."
Ben Bishop,
"Choosing a counselor can be a difficult decision; it often means you are facing realities that feel overwhelming. Every person will struggle with difficult emotions at various times in life; grief, anger, sadness, frustration. Present circumstances sometimes lead us to believe that things will never get better, or that we'll never be able to change. Whatever your reason for seeking counseling, I'm here to listen and offer help on your journey of growth, change, and discovery. "
(971) 256-8224
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"Choosing a counselor can be a difficult decision; it often means you are facing realities that feel overwhelming. Every person will struggle with difficult emotions at various times in life; grief, anger, sadness, frustration. Present circumstances sometimes lead us to believe that things will never get better, or that we'll never be able to change. Whatever your reason for seeking counseling, I'm here to listen and offer help on your journey of growth, change, and discovery. "
Erika Myers, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, EdM, LPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
Bend, Oregon 97703
"Calling all "imperfect perfectionists" in need of some relief! As a recovering perfectionist myself, I know first-hand how much distress we can create in our own lives. We hold ourselves to high (sometimes impossible) standards and often feel we are falling short. Anxiety and depression can follow - along with feelings of shame and guilt that we aren't as "good" or happy as we should be. It doesn't have to be so hard! We can work together to help you find joy and contentment by creating a loving, compassionate relationship with yourself."
(828) 515-1994
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Bend, Oregon 97703
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"Calling all "imperfect perfectionists" in need of some relief! As a recovering perfectionist myself, I know first-hand how much distress we can create in our own lives. We hold ourselves to high (sometimes impossible) standards and often feel we are falling short. Anxiety and depression can follow - along with feelings of shame and guilt that we aren't as "good" or happy as we should be. It doesn't have to be so hard! We can work together to help you find joy and contentment by creating a loving, compassionate relationship with yourself."
Ryan Scott Loiselle, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"At In Context, I strive to create safer space for my patients to explore those issues and challenges that most affect their quality of life and their relationship to themselves and others. I practice from an existential and gestalt framework and help patients raise a critical awareness of themselves that is socially located and honors their varied intersectionalities. My client's healing and growth in therapy will be evidenced by their lived experience of freedom from restriction, new desire and capacity for authenticity, and a sustained willingness to explore new and affirming experiences and ways of being in the world."
(503) 966-2878
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"At In Context, I strive to create safer space for my patients to explore those issues and challenges that most affect their quality of life and their relationship to themselves and others. I practice from an existential and gestalt framework and help patients raise a critical awareness of themselves that is socially located and honors their varied intersectionalities. My client's healing and growth in therapy will be evidenced by their lived experience of freedom from restriction, new desire and capacity for authenticity, and a sustained willingness to explore new and affirming experiences and ways of being in the world."
Respectful Heart Counseling, LLC, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LMFTi
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am passionately committed to guiding relationships towards fulfillment, healing, and growth. You may be in a relationship that is experiencing hardship. Maybe you are struggling after a major transition; having a child, receiving a life altering diagnosis, moving. Perhaps you need to heal after a break up, or explore things that have blocked you from the kind of intimacy you long for. Possibly what you are longing for is to have an experience of yourself that is embodied and integrated — powerful. I can help. "
(971) 238-5826
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"I am passionately committed to guiding relationships towards fulfillment, healing, and growth. You may be in a relationship that is experiencing hardship. Maybe you are struggling after a major transition; having a child, receiving a life altering diagnosis, moving. Perhaps you need to heal after a break up, or explore things that have blocked you from the kind of intimacy you long for. Possibly what you are longing for is to have an experience of yourself that is embodied and integrated — powerful. I can help. "
Elizabeth Kirkhart, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"My training enables me to work with clients from multiple perspectives, cognitive behavioral to psychodynamic (Junigian). I select and tailor my approach to a client's particular issues, goals and personality. I work in an outpatient setting. Earlier I was clinical director for an inpatient unit. My experience gives me an understanding and comfort working with all levels of severity. I have practiced inside and outside the United States and have considerable experience working with people from other cultures. I teach courses in adult development,leadership and cultural psychology. I have a strong background in organization development."
(971) 236-5154
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"My training enables me to work with clients from multiple perspectives, cognitive behavioral to psychodynamic (Junigian). I select and tailor my approach to a client's particular issues, goals and personality. I work in an outpatient setting. Earlier I was clinical director for an inpatient unit. My experience gives me an understanding and comfort working with all levels of severity. I have practiced inside and outside the United States and have considerable experience working with people from other cultures. I teach courses in adult development,leadership and cultural psychology. I have a strong background in organization development."
David A. Myers, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
" I believe I must listen carefully to your story and arrive at an understanding of your unique circumstances in order to assist you on your therapeutic journey. If I can earn your trust, we can work together to affect those problems, anxieties, fears, oppressive moods, and unproductive patterns of thinking which have become your seeming nemesis."
(509) 956-4480 x221
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" I believe I must listen carefully to your story and arrive at an understanding of your unique circumstances in order to assist you on your therapeutic journey. If I can earn your trust, we can work together to affect those problems, anxieties, fears, oppressive moods, and unproductive patterns of thinking which have become your seeming nemesis."
Clarissa Jane Shepherd, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I specialize in trauma based treatment, working with those struggling with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, parenting issues, marriage & family difficulties, weight issues/struggles, spiritual crisis & questions, women's issues including struggles associated with pregnancy & postpartum, coping with spousal abuse, pornography addiction, etc."
(503) 217-2465
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"I specialize in trauma based treatment, working with those struggling with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, parenting issues, marriage & family difficulties, weight issues/struggles, spiritual crisis & questions, women's issues including struggles associated with pregnancy & postpartum, coping with spousal abuse, pornography addiction, etc."
Maria Watters, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, CRC, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a clinician I believe that every person has the right to maximize his/her quality of life. I value and respect the courage it takes to start this process and I believe it is my responsibility to make this journey as safe and beneficial for you as it can be. I have often worked with those who felt they had already tried everything and failed, and that nothing worked, but what I learned is that no person is a lost cause. Each person has unique strengths, aspirations, dreams, hopes, desires, and needs and I treasure the opportunity to help empower you to make the change you seek in your life. "
(971) 205-1277
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"As a clinician I believe that every person has the right to maximize his/her quality of life. I value and respect the courage it takes to start this process and I believe it is my responsibility to make this journey as safe and beneficial for you as it can be. I have often worked with those who felt they had already tried everything and failed, and that nothing worked, but what I learned is that no person is a lost cause. Each person has unique strengths, aspirations, dreams, hopes, desires, and needs and I treasure the opportunity to help empower you to make the change you seek in your life. "
Sam Freshner, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, M.Ed, MAC, LPCI
Verified by Psychology Today
" The therapeutic experience should encourage one to live a more satisfying and meaningful life. Everyone has a unique journey through this world and the sum of the experiences along the way (good or bad) make us as individual. Sometimes we get lost, hit bumps, or even get overcome with a tidal wave of things that we need help getting back on our path or creating a new one."
(971) 256-6210
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" The therapeutic experience should encourage one to live a more satisfying and meaningful life. Everyone has a unique journey through this world and the sum of the experiences along the way (good or bad) make us as individual. Sometimes we get lost, hit bumps, or even get overcome with a tidal wave of things that we need help getting back on our path or creating a new one."
Victoria M Bones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, QMHP
Verified by Psychology Today
"Victoria M Bones, LCSW, ACHP-SW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years of experience and training. She received her Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 1978. Victoria has extensive knowledge and understanding of those who have survived life altering events such as emotional, physical and sexual abuse as well as other traumatic situations. She has been a long time advocate for children, adolescents and adults. She is in private practice in Medford & Ashland Oregon."
(541) 204-2855
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"Victoria M Bones, LCSW, ACHP-SW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years of experience and training. She received her Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 1978. Victoria has extensive knowledge and understanding of those who have survived life altering events such as emotional, physical and sexual abuse as well as other traumatic situations. She has been a long time advocate for children, adolescents and adults. She is in private practice in Medford & Ashland Oregon."
Laney Kibel, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"After 25+ years of providing counseling I find my philosophy has grown simpler and more to the point. Successful counseling is built on a positive and trusting relationship, much as successful living is dependent on trusting, healthy relationships. I bring a broad array of treatment tools to my work including gestalt, object relations and psychodynamic theory. Most importantly I bring myself; my heart, my humor, my understanding, knowledge and years of experience. I work with adults and children, couples and groups(this includes families)."
(971) 236-5012
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"After 25+ years of providing counseling I find my philosophy has grown simpler and more to the point. Successful counseling is built on a positive and trusting relationship, much as successful living is dependent on trusting, healthy relationships. I bring a broad array of treatment tools to my work including gestalt, object relations and psychodynamic theory. Most importantly I bring myself; my heart, my humor, my understanding, knowledge and years of experience. I work with adults and children, couples and groups(this includes families)."
Mia Broberg, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MS
Verified by Psychology Today
"Creating balance in life can prove to be difficult at times. We may go through periods of time where anxiety, depression, relationships, unresolved issues, setting goals and seeing them through and/or adjusting to changes in your life create difficulty. Using a person centered approach, I find it an honor to come alongside individuals and couples to help them recognize their strengths to problem solve . We work together on building self-confidence, recognizing your situation, developing tools for change, and gaining an overall sense of well-being."
(503) 926-6843
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"Creating balance in life can prove to be difficult at times. We may go through periods of time where anxiety, depression, relationships, unresolved issues, setting goals and seeing them through and/or adjusting to changes in your life create difficulty. Using a person centered approach, I find it an honor to come alongside individuals and couples to help them recognize their strengths to problem solve . We work together on building self-confidence, recognizing your situation, developing tools for change, and gaining an overall sense of well-being."
Amy Holbrook, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADCIII
Verified by Psychology Today
"It can often feel like a brave step to decide to go to therapy. I specialize in recovery-- from old patterns that no longer serve you, problems with anxiety or depression, addiction, grief and relationships that are changing. Perhaps you are not sure what you need but you know something is just not quite right...Psychotherapy can be an opportunity to think carefully about your life, your history and what you hope for with a trained listener who can help you navigate and help you figure important things out."
(503) 919-7017
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"It can often feel like a brave step to decide to go to therapy. I specialize in recovery-- from old patterns that no longer serve you, problems with anxiety or depression, addiction, grief and relationships that are changing. Perhaps you are not sure what you need but you know something is just not quite right...Psychotherapy can be an opportunity to think carefully about your life, your history and what you hope for with a trained listener who can help you navigate and help you figure important things out."
Trinity Harris, Counselor
Counselor, MA
"Working with you to release past hurts and limiting patterns and beliefs, my intent is to help you find more more joy and fulfillment and empower you to live the life you want to live. As much a coach as a counselor, I offer client centered guidance and counseling that blends deep listening, insightful guidance, intuitive movement and energetic therapies with a spiritual and a evolutionary perspective. I help in guiding individual and couples journeys of personal growth and life transitions. Within an environment that is non-judgmental, interactive and dynamic, we explore with grace and acceptance whatever challenges are present. "
(541) 255-4827 x2
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"Working with you to release past hurts and limiting patterns and beliefs, my intent is to help you find more more joy and fulfillment and empower you to live the life you want to live. As much a coach as a counselor, I offer client centered guidance and counseling that blends deep listening, insightful guidance, intuitive movement and energetic therapies with a spiritual and a evolutionary perspective. I help in guiding individual and couples journeys of personal growth and life transitions. Within an environment that is non-judgmental, interactive and dynamic, we explore with grace and acceptance whatever challenges are present. "
George A Howard, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"It's not too difficult to get the skeletons out of the closet with people, but to get the gold out is a different matter. That is therapy. I help individuals and couples experience life-changing results. Devote more than 30 years of near-daily focus to always learning, continuously improving, and passionately doing something really well, and as you might guess, you'll probably end up doing it pretty dang well."
(503) 272-6239
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"It's not too difficult to get the skeletons out of the closet with people, but to get the gold out is a different matter. That is therapy. I help individuals and couples experience life-changing results. Devote more than 30 years of near-daily focus to always learning, continuously improving, and passionately doing something really well, and as you might guess, you'll probably end up doing it pretty dang well."
Ann Marie Smith, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm a therapist and yoga teacher, passionate about helping people find their most peaceful and empowered state of being. I work with individuals and couples who want to grow in their relationships and communicate more effectively. This means getting to know yourself better, what's working and where your blind spots might be. It means healing or recovering the wounded places that unconsciously create destructive patterns. And it means creating more presence in your body to regulate stress and to choose kinder words, thoughts, and actions."
(858) 924-0219
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"I'm a therapist and yoga teacher, passionate about helping people find their most peaceful and empowered state of being. I work with individuals and couples who want to grow in their relationships and communicate more effectively. This means getting to know yourself better, what's working and where your blind spots might be. It means healing or recovering the wounded places that unconsciously create destructive patterns. And it means creating more presence in your body to regulate stress and to choose kinder words, thoughts, and actions."
Laurie Perdue, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"When the brain is highjacked on difficult memories and the bad-actor urge to drink, use, scream or disappear overtake us, what are your options? How will you keep the peace with those you love? I call it the practice of recovery. The welcoming of perspective. The experiments with change. The myth of rock bottom. The Ah-Ha moments of “That’s it! You get me!” The weeping education on how our history continues to show up. The realization you don’t need new … you need a more loving embrace of … you. Are you ready to lean in?"
(503) 564-7767
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"When the brain is highjacked on difficult memories and the bad-actor urge to drink, use, scream or disappear overtake us, what are your options? How will you keep the peace with those you love? I call it the practice of recovery. The welcoming of perspective. The experiments with change. The myth of rock bottom. The Ah-Ha moments of “That’s it! You get me!” The weeping education on how our history continues to show up. The realization you don’t need new … you need a more loving embrace of … you. Are you ready to lean in?"
Amy Boyer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"In our work together we will begin to help you loosen the defenses and masks you have had to create to exist in the world today. By gently lowering these defenses you will begin to feel more energized, and be able to live your life more in the present rather than mourning your past or worrying about your future."
(917) 791-3180
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"In our work together we will begin to help you loosen the defenses and masks you have had to create to exist in the world today. By gently lowering these defenses you will begin to feel more energized, and be able to live your life more in the present rather than mourning your past or worrying about your future."
Donna Dobkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
Bend, Oregon 97701
"Most people will experience emotional pain from time to time in their lives. However, sometimes that pain becomes too severe or long lasting and begins to interfere with your ability to manage your daily life or may be causing significant distress in the relationships most important to you. No matter what the issue, the desire to overcome the challenges you're facing is what's most important. Knowing that you need some help to sort through personal difficulties is the first step toward making important changes in your life. Choosing the therapist who is right for you is the next."
(541) 995-0863
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Bend, Oregon 97701
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"Most people will experience emotional pain from time to time in their lives. However, sometimes that pain becomes too severe or long lasting and begins to interfere with your ability to manage your daily life or may be causing significant distress in the relationships most important to you. No matter what the issue, the desire to overcome the challenges you're facing is what's most important. Knowing that you need some help to sort through personal difficulties is the first step toward making important changes in your life. Choosing the therapist who is right for you is the next."

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