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Craig Steinberg, Ph.D., LLC, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work within the life range of children through adults within individual and family contexts to provide guidance in a shared and honored journey toward healing and change. I take a client-centered and solution-oriented approach, addressing a broad range of issues including but not limited to: anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, high-conflict families, and anger problems. I work at establishing and maintaining a safe and supportive therapeutic environment through compassion, warmth, and experience."
(541) 526-7102
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"I work within the life range of children through adults within individual and family contexts to provide guidance in a shared and honored journey toward healing and change. I take a client-centered and solution-oriented approach, addressing a broad range of issues including but not limited to: anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, high-conflict families, and anger problems. I work at establishing and maintaining a safe and supportive therapeutic environment through compassion, warmth, and experience."
Joey Ellen O'Connell, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, MFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"All families experience transitions, and even positive change can cause stress. I employ an eclectic approach with a strong emphasis on attachment, structural, and solution-focused family therapies. I work with young children and their caregivers to form secure attachments early on. This leads to more effective communication and problem solving patterns and a higher level of resilience down the road. My work tends to be short term and builds on the existing strengths of your family. My work with couples is attachment informed as we look at past and current relationships to elucidate our most fulfilling ways of connecting."
(503) 766-5894
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"All families experience transitions, and even positive change can cause stress. I employ an eclectic approach with a strong emphasis on attachment, structural, and solution-focused family therapies. I work with young children and their caregivers to form secure attachments early on. This leads to more effective communication and problem solving patterns and a higher level of resilience down the road. My work tends to be short term and builds on the existing strengths of your family. My work with couples is attachment informed as we look at past and current relationships to elucidate our most fulfilling ways of connecting."
Nancy L Scott LMFT PC, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I work with individuals with an emphasis on helping the body recover from the physical effects of post-traumatic stress, anxiety, depression, grief and loss. In turn, the body's recovery can facilitate the integration of the whole person by bringing together mind, body, emotion, and spirit."
(541) 393-8340
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"I work with individuals with an emphasis on helping the body recover from the physical effects of post-traumatic stress, anxiety, depression, grief and loss. In turn, the body's recovery can facilitate the integration of the whole person by bringing together mind, body, emotion, and spirit."
Ryan Ginn, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA, LPC-I
Verified by Psychology Today
"I offer body centered, mindfulness based therapy for individuals wanting to get at the source of their symptoms whether that be anxiety, depression, or relational difficulties."
(541) 527-7464
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"I offer body centered, mindfulness based therapy for individuals wanting to get at the source of their symptoms whether that be anxiety, depression, or relational difficulties."
Deeper Well Psychotherapy and Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"NOW ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. You work so hard at acting “as if”—as if you’ve got it all together, as if it’s all under control, as if you can handle all the crazy out there with no problem, as if your losses are no big deal. You wonder why you feel exhausted, angry, numb, constantly worried, and too often sad. Painful memories pop up when you least expect them, and you try to ignore them—but sometimes you can’t. You’ve learned to hide how inadequate and hopeless you feel, how you sometimes think it’s all too much work to try to be “normal”—but this is your normal now. You wish your relationships were closer, and more trusting."
(541) 275-5711
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"NOW ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS. You work so hard at acting “as if”—as if you’ve got it all together, as if it’s all under control, as if you can handle all the crazy out there with no problem, as if your losses are no big deal. You wonder why you feel exhausted, angry, numb, constantly worried, and too often sad. Painful memories pop up when you least expect them, and you try to ignore them—but sometimes you can’t. You’ve learned to hide how inadequate and hopeless you feel, how you sometimes think it’s all too much work to try to be “normal”—but this is your normal now. You wish your relationships were closer, and more trusting."
Sandra Borrelli, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'M SORRY BUT I CANNOT ACCEPT NEW CLIENTS AT THIS TIME. With over 25 years helping people to have fulfilling lives and good relationships, I know that working on ourselves is the most important thing we can do. Maybe you are struggling with life's transitions and challenges, you feel lost and wonder about your purpose, or you are having trouble making relationships work. I can help you discover and develop your inner strengths toward not only coping well but achieving satisfaction and joy. My personal and professional journey has given me the compassion and wisdom necessary for guiding others."
(541) 359-1990
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"I'M SORRY BUT I CANNOT ACCEPT NEW CLIENTS AT THIS TIME. With over 25 years helping people to have fulfilling lives and good relationships, I know that working on ourselves is the most important thing we can do. Maybe you are struggling with life's transitions and challenges, you feel lost and wonder about your purpose, or you are having trouble making relationships work. I can help you discover and develop your inner strengths toward not only coping well but achieving satisfaction and joy. My personal and professional journey has given me the compassion and wisdom necessary for guiding others."
Melissa Fredette, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling to connect with others? Feeling worried? Wondering how to feel happy or to thrive? Many of my clients enter therapy struggling with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, grief, trauma, relationship difficulties, or challenging life transitions. My work draws from cognitive-behavioral (skills-based), insight-oriented, and acceptance and commitment (behavioral) approaches. "
(503) 506-7880
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"Are you struggling to connect with others? Feeling worried? Wondering how to feel happy or to thrive? Many of my clients enter therapy struggling with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, grief, trauma, relationship difficulties, or challenging life transitions. My work draws from cognitive-behavioral (skills-based), insight-oriented, and acceptance and commitment (behavioral) approaches. "
Sandra Murcia, Psychologist
Psychologist, MA, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Portland, Oregon 97086
"Seeking support takes courage. The burdens of life may become too heavy for us to carry alone or the pain too great to sustain in silence. Hurtful relationships, abuse, negative self-judgments & unresolved past experiences can impact our ability to bounce back from difficulties. I will strive to create a relationship that feels healing, is respectful, where you feel you have an ally and empowered by your treatment at every step of the process. Together we will discover the nature and source of the obstacles you face, help to reconnect with your inner strengths, and capacities for growth & healing. Click on my website to book today."
(360) 228-2952
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Office is near:
Portland, Oregon 97086
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"Seeking support takes courage. The burdens of life may become too heavy for us to carry alone or the pain too great to sustain in silence. Hurtful relationships, abuse, negative self-judgments & unresolved past experiences can impact our ability to bounce back from difficulties. I will strive to create a relationship that feels healing, is respectful, where you feel you have an ally and empowered by your treatment at every step of the process. Together we will discover the nature and source of the obstacles you face, help to reconnect with your inner strengths, and capacities for growth & healing. Click on my website to book today."
Lisa R Hall, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I understand that the concern bringing you to counseling is not your whole story, and yet it may be having a ripple effect on your relationships, health, or work. Whether in a crisis and hurting deeply or simply seeking to tackle goals that have remained out of reach, I provide respectful, compassionate help. I will work together with you, activating the potential of your physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual resources in reaching your goals. I seek to create a safe environment where you can learn new ways of understanding and coping with distress, both current and past."
(503) 828-0378
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"I understand that the concern bringing you to counseling is not your whole story, and yet it may be having a ripple effect on your relationships, health, or work. Whether in a crisis and hurting deeply or simply seeking to tackle goals that have remained out of reach, I provide respectful, compassionate help. I will work together with you, activating the potential of your physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual resources in reaching your goals. I seek to create a safe environment where you can learn new ways of understanding and coping with distress, both current and past."
Asha Goldstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you at a point in your life in which you are ready for deep emotional healing? Many clients have shared that their work with me was effective in a way they have not experienced before. I provide an empowering healing process that enlists you as the greatest expert in your own healing process. With warmth, compassion, and acceptance, I help you feel more permission to be okay as you already are. I specialize in Mindfulness, Shadow Work®, and Radical Acceptance because I believe that these are the most effective therapeutic approaches for cultivating deep self-acceptance and self-compassion."
(541) 359-4349
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"Are you at a point in your life in which you are ready for deep emotional healing? Many clients have shared that their work with me was effective in a way they have not experienced before. I provide an empowering healing process that enlists you as the greatest expert in your own healing process. With warmth, compassion, and acceptance, I help you feel more permission to be okay as you already are. I specialize in Mindfulness, Shadow Work®, and Radical Acceptance because I believe that these are the most effective therapeutic approaches for cultivating deep self-acceptance and self-compassion."
Julie Rudolph, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I'm sorry I'm not accepting new clients at this time, but I'm happy to add you to my wait list. Self-awareness is the key to profound and positive change. I respect your courage to begin. My goal in therapy is to facilitate exploration in an attempt to heal and make sense of difficult situations, emotional states, and relationships. I have confidence in the power of compassion and human connection. Whatever your goals, I provide a relaxed, safe, and supportive environment where your feelings and thoughts can be expressed without judgment. I look forward to hearing from you! Email is the quickest way to reach me."
(541) 648-1021
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"I'm sorry I'm not accepting new clients at this time, but I'm happy to add you to my wait list. Self-awareness is the key to profound and positive change. I respect your courage to begin. My goal in therapy is to facilitate exploration in an attempt to heal and make sense of difficult situations, emotional states, and relationships. I have confidence in the power of compassion and human connection. Whatever your goals, I provide a relaxed, safe, and supportive environment where your feelings and thoughts can be expressed without judgment. I look forward to hearing from you! Email is the quickest way to reach me."
Rebecca Cherry, Psychologist
Psychologist, Rebecca Cherry, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"To my practice I bring the belief that troubling behavior often serves a purpose, even if that purpose is not obvious. My treatment course considers parents a vital part of the therapeutic process. Understanding the nuances of child development and helping parents understand them, ultimately, can restore the natural course of a child's progressive development. "
(971) 269-0049
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"To my practice I bring the belief that troubling behavior often serves a purpose, even if that purpose is not obvious. My treatment course considers parents a vital part of the therapeutic process. Understanding the nuances of child development and helping parents understand them, ultimately, can restore the natural course of a child's progressive development. "
Brita Fosse, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe a strong therapeutic alliance is the key to developing a plan for change and that therapy is a collaborative process. I relate to clients with warmth and honesty that promotes space for non-judgmental and empathic exploration of experiences. My goal is to provide a friendly, safe environment where clients can authentically express themselves and gain insight that informs meaningful change. As a generalist psychologist, I have experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds with a variety of presenting concerns."
(503) 549-4501
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"I believe a strong therapeutic alliance is the key to developing a plan for change and that therapy is a collaborative process. I relate to clients with warmth and honesty that promotes space for non-judgmental and empathic exploration of experiences. My goal is to provide a friendly, safe environment where clients can authentically express themselves and gain insight that informs meaningful change. As a generalist psychologist, I have experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds with a variety of presenting concerns."
Tiffany McCleary, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I integrate current research and traditional approaches to help clients reduce distress, improve daily functioning, and find fulfillment. Many clients I work with benefit from learning specific skills for stress management and interpersonal effectiveness. Others explore broader issues related to clarifying values and personal growth."
(503) 894-5807
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"I integrate current research and traditional approaches to help clients reduce distress, improve daily functioning, and find fulfillment. Many clients I work with benefit from learning specific skills for stress management and interpersonal effectiveness. Others explore broader issues related to clarifying values and personal growth."
David Haven, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"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 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."
Anthony Davis, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD, NCSP
Verified by Psychology Today
Office is near:
Portland, Oregon 97217
"Are you struggling to balance the changing expectations of being a man? Finding that your behavior doesn’t match your intentions? Do demands for emotional intimacy leave you feeling confused and misunderstood? Has work become a place of negativity and resentment? Men have unique needs and face many confusing messages about how to deal with problems. We’re good at pretending that there’s nothing wrong until we just can’t take it anymore. Even as young adults transitioning out of college, young men are entering into a confusing landscape. What if you could step into being more confident and successful at work and in relationships?"
(360) 869-0203
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Office is near:
Portland, Oregon 97217
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"Are you struggling to balance the changing expectations of being a man? Finding that your behavior doesn’t match your intentions? Do demands for emotional intimacy leave you feeling confused and misunderstood? Has work become a place of negativity and resentment? Men have unique needs and face many confusing messages about how to deal with problems. We’re good at pretending that there’s nothing wrong until we just can’t take it anymore. Even as young adults transitioning out of college, young men are entering into a confusing landscape. What if you could step into being more confident and successful at work and in relationships?"
Lynelle o'lear Benit,
MS
Verified by Psychology Today
"Does your child/adolescent struggle with learning, focusing attention, managing emotions, or behavior that allows them to be productive in school and get along with friends and family? Are you wanting a deeper understanding of your child/adolescent to help guide you to a plan of action that gives you confidence your child will learn successfully, make friends, and enjoy themselves? I provide focused psycho-educational evaluations and instruction which include a plan of action and useful resources for addressing school and social-emotional concerns."
(503) 343-9055
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"Does your child/adolescent struggle with learning, focusing attention, managing emotions, or behavior that allows them to be productive in school and get along with friends and family? Are you wanting a deeper understanding of your child/adolescent to help guide you to a plan of action that gives you confidence your child will learn successfully, make friends, and enjoy themselves? I provide focused psycho-educational evaluations and instruction which include a plan of action and useful resources for addressing school and social-emotional concerns."
Wishing Wellness Counseling and Coaching, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"**Email is fastest way to reach me** I welcome individuals ages 5-105. I work most often with anxiety, depression, interpersonal relationships, life changes, work-related stress, and chronic pain. I take a very practical approach to helping you find peace and resolution with your struggles. We will focus mainly on the present, not the past, and creating the life you want to live. I am here to help you, not just ask "and how does that make you feeeel?" This is a non-judgmental place to receive validation, support, feedback, and proactive help."
(503) 966-3306
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"**Email is fastest way to reach me** I welcome individuals ages 5-105. I work most often with anxiety, depression, interpersonal relationships, life changes, work-related stress, and chronic pain. I take a very practical approach to helping you find peace and resolution with your struggles. We will focus mainly on the present, not the past, and creating the life you want to live. I am here to help you, not just ask "and how does that make you feeeel?" This is a non-judgmental place to receive validation, support, feedback, and proactive help."
Emily Ann Palmer, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA, LPCI
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology, am skilled in working with people of all ages, and especially enjoy working with children and mothers who are dealing with baby blues. I am adept at counseling a variety of personal relationships including parent/child and sibling relationships, persons going through major life transitions, post traumatic recovery/growth, and families dealing with perinatal and post partum depression. I help patients uncover their strengths and develop the skills they need to lead happier, authentic lives. I am intuitive, connected, and present during sessions and strive to help children and adults build their confidence and find their voice."
(503) 743-6353
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"I have a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology, am skilled in working with people of all ages, and especially enjoy working with children and mothers who are dealing with baby blues. I am adept at counseling a variety of personal relationships including parent/child and sibling relationships, persons going through major life transitions, post traumatic recovery/growth, and families dealing with perinatal and post partum depression. I help patients uncover their strengths and develop the skills they need to lead happier, authentic lives. I am intuitive, connected, and present during sessions and strive to help children and adults build their confidence and find their voice."
Whalesong Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"My goal is for Whalesong Counseling to be a safe place set apart for your healing journey. I believe that in the context of authentic and caring relationship, individuals can observe their lives, explore emotions, transform how they approach relationships, and even find peace and joy after trauma. Whether you have been feeling down, anxious, bereaved, or lost, this should be a place where you feel heard and like you have help with the challenges you’re facing. I integrate different approaches based on individual needs and these may include Person-Centered, Emotion-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral, and educational approaches. "
(541) 418-4680
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"My goal is for Whalesong Counseling to be a safe place set apart for your healing journey. I believe that in the context of authentic and caring relationship, individuals can observe their lives, explore emotions, transform how they approach relationships, and even find peace and joy after trauma. Whether you have been feeling down, anxious, bereaved, or lost, this should be a place where you feel heard and like you have help with the challenges you’re facing. I integrate different approaches based on individual needs and these may include Person-Centered, Emotion-Focused, Cognitive Behavioral, and educational approaches. "

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