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Lorie Ann Lee, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"I provide counseling to individuals, couples or families who are interested in increasing their well-being. My approach is refreshing and well suited to clients who hope to live with less stress, less depression, anxiety and unhealthy coping habits. Clients will begin to live with more peace of mind, happiness, balance and fulfilling relationships."
(458) 215-1723
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"I provide counseling to individuals, couples or families who are interested in increasing their well-being. My approach is refreshing and well suited to clients who hope to live with less stress, less depression, anxiety and unhealthy coping habits. Clients will begin to live with more peace of mind, happiness, balance and fulfilling relationships."
Mark Amoroso, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, CADC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Inevitably, at some point in our lives we feel overwhelmed and exhausted as we try to keep it together in this incessantly pressurized world. If you're feeling swallowed up by depression, anxiety, stress, anger, or just emptiness, it’s important to remember that the way you feel right now isn’t how you have to feel tomorrow. The truth is that this negative emotion is indicating that certain aspects of your life are demanding to be addressed, as they would if you sprained your ankle. It is a signal that you are ready to deal with what is happening right now--ready to find comfort and relief, ready for growth and change."
(971) 297-3361
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"Inevitably, at some point in our lives we feel overwhelmed and exhausted as we try to keep it together in this incessantly pressurized world. If you're feeling swallowed up by depression, anxiety, stress, anger, or just emptiness, it’s important to remember that the way you feel right now isn’t how you have to feel tomorrow. The truth is that this negative emotion is indicating that certain aspects of your life are demanding to be addressed, as they would if you sprained your ankle. It is a signal that you are ready to deal with what is happening right now--ready to find comfort and relief, ready for growth and change."
Sarah M Manlupig, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have a counseling practice in Gresham, OR. I focus on the family at the center and work together with you to attain the peace and balance you're looking for. I begin with your vision and your family values, we work together to find a cohesive plan that works! Every child and family is different, my approach is not one size fits all. I value your time and worldview. My goal is to work alongside your family in order for you to attain a more calm and harmonious home. I welcome and am inclusive of all kinds of children & families. I believe that every family deserves support & there is no right way to parent or create a family. "
(971) 220-7118
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"I have a counseling practice in Gresham, OR. I focus on the family at the center and work together with you to attain the peace and balance you're looking for. I begin with your vision and your family values, we work together to find a cohesive plan that works! Every child and family is different, my approach is not one size fits all. I value your time and worldview. My goal is to work alongside your family in order for you to attain a more calm and harmonious home. I welcome and am inclusive of all kinds of children & families. I believe that every family deserves support & there is no right way to parent or create a family. "
Scott Palmer, Psychologist
Psychologist, PhD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I can help you Awaken Your Best State, Choose Well, and Thrive across the journey that is life: 1) Awakening Your Best State -The quality of our lives is a reflection of our state (physiology, mood, focus, and self-talk). I can assist you to access your best states; 2) Choosing Well -Our life's journey is a reflection of our choices. I can help you find pragmatic solutions to the never ending choices we must make in life; 3) Thrive-The results of our life are based on what we do.  Thriving is when we do our best.  We all have a gap between what we know will help us to thrive and what we actually do. I can help you narrow this gap. "
(971) 233-4660
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"I can help you Awaken Your Best State, Choose Well, and Thrive across the journey that is life: 1) Awakening Your Best State -The quality of our lives is a reflection of our state (physiology, mood, focus, and self-talk). I can assist you to access your best states; 2) Choosing Well -Our life's journey is a reflection of our choices. I can help you find pragmatic solutions to the never ending choices we must make in life; 3) Thrive-The results of our life are based on what we do.  Thriving is when we do our best.  We all have a gap between what we know will help us to thrive and what we actually do. I can help you narrow this gap. "
Melinda Honeycutt, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have trained as a generalist psychologist to serve the needs of adults for a broad range of psychological concerns. My approach to therapy emphasizes collaboration and matching client needs with appropriate evidence-based treatments. I enjoy working together with clients to clearly identify goals and develop practical strategies for success. My passions include working with anxiety, depression, adjustment, body image and eating concerns, interpersonal relationship issues, and ADHD. "
(971) 800-2265
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"I have trained as a generalist psychologist to serve the needs of adults for a broad range of psychological concerns. My approach to therapy emphasizes collaboration and matching client needs with appropriate evidence-based treatments. I enjoy working together with clients to clearly identify goals and develop practical strategies for success. My passions include working with anxiety, depression, adjustment, body image and eating concerns, interpersonal relationship issues, and ADHD. "
Jenny Graham, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MA, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Life can be hard. Having a safe, non-judgmental environment and someone to talk with that listens, can be helpful. I offer trauma sensitive and culturally aware therapy that encourages resilience, growth, and healing. Focusing on your strengths and values, we collaborate on what you need and what you want out of our time together. “Change is a process not an event.” -Barbara Johnson "
(541) 214-2764
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"Life can be hard. Having a safe, non-judgmental environment and someone to talk with that listens, can be helpful. I offer trauma sensitive and culturally aware therapy that encourages resilience, growth, and healing. Focusing on your strengths and values, we collaborate on what you need and what you want out of our time together. “Change is a process not an event.” -Barbara Johnson "
Lyla Hill, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CADCII
Verified by Psychology Today
"The time to come to counseling with me is when you feel stuck. You might be experiencing sadness or feel anxious.I work with people facing stressful family dynamics,relationship issues trauma and life transitions. I believe people possess within themselves all they need to facilitate change and healing.I am a trained EMDR therapist."
(541) 639-4705
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"The time to come to counseling with me is when you feel stuck. You might be experiencing sadness or feel anxious.I work with people facing stressful family dynamics,relationship issues trauma and life transitions. I believe people possess within themselves all they need to facilitate change and healing.I am a trained EMDR therapist."
Riki Yonack, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"As a therapist, I consider it an honor to be a part of my clients journey as they develop insight, create change, and identify goals. Life can bring up challenging and painful situations that can make us feel lost or stuck. It is easy to forget how to cope when faced with challenging circumstances. However, I believe it is in our human nature to be resilient and get back on track with the right support. My goal is to support you and provide you with the tools that you can utilize to create the happy and healthy lifestyle that fits you."
(469) 289-1361
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"As a therapist, I consider it an honor to be a part of my clients journey as they develop insight, create change, and identify goals. Life can bring up challenging and painful situations that can make us feel lost or stuck. It is easy to forget how to cope when faced with challenging circumstances. However, I believe it is in our human nature to be resilient and get back on track with the right support. My goal is to support you and provide you with the tools that you can utilize to create the happy and healthy lifestyle that fits you."
Lori Henry, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MA
Verified by Psychology Today
"I believe that equity and trust are essential to working together toward finding solutions and gaining awareness. While I am informed on a wide range of therapeutic approaches, I use what is best for each client. I tend to lean towards using Solution-Focused, Structural, and Narrative therapy styles. I like for our work together to be interactive and empowering. In my free time you can find me interacting with water in any way I can - be it a river, the ocean or a pool."
(971) 407-1245
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"I believe that equity and trust are essential to working together toward finding solutions and gaining awareness. While I am informed on a wide range of therapeutic approaches, I use what is best for each client. I tend to lean towards using Solution-Focused, Structural, and Narrative therapy styles. I like for our work together to be interactive and empowering. In my free time you can find me interacting with water in any way I can - be it a river, the ocean or a pool."
Heather Nordeen, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, CADCI
Verified by Psychology Today
"*Not Currently Accepting New Clients* I believe the process of therapy can help you gain the insight and understanding that is imperative for growth. I take a collaborative approach with my clients, with a focus on creating a safe and healing environment. My approach to therapy is person and relationship centered, while also offering tangible skills and techniques to help you make progress toward your objectives."
(503) 444-9739
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"*Not Currently Accepting New Clients* I believe the process of therapy can help you gain the insight and understanding that is imperative for growth. I take a collaborative approach with my clients, with a focus on creating a safe and healing environment. My approach to therapy is person and relationship centered, while also offering tangible skills and techniques to help you make progress toward your objectives."
Don Erickson, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am currently relocating my practice from Eugene to Salem. I will provide an update when complete. I believe in each person’s capacity and desire for personal growth and I believe that people have vast and often unrecognized resources for identifying and implementing solutions to issues they wish to change in their lives. My role is to facilitate the discovery of those resources through respectful and caring dialogue. The formal title for my approach is Rational Eclecticism which involves the inclusion of techniques from a variety of therapeutic approaches that research has indicated works well with the issues you want to address. "
(541) 359-3373
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"I am currently relocating my practice from Eugene to Salem. I will provide an update when complete. I believe in each person’s capacity and desire for personal growth and I believe that people have vast and often unrecognized resources for identifying and implementing solutions to issues they wish to change in their lives. My role is to facilitate the discovery of those resources through respectful and caring dialogue. The formal title for my approach is Rational Eclecticism which involves the inclusion of techniques from a variety of therapeutic approaches that research has indicated works well with the issues you want to address. "
Guy Burstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"In my experience, life is better and easier if you have someone that understands you, sees it from your point of view, and helps you navigate through it. A good therapist is like a fellow traveler who journeys with us into awareness, facilitating the insight necessary to heal and grow. I am a passionate facilitator of this process, helping my clients make sense of their lives and relationships, heal what's kept them stuck, explore new ways of being and live richly. The therapy we do is deep and has long-lasting effects, and the changes become your second nature, even after therapy ends."
(503) 567-2842
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"In my experience, life is better and easier if you have someone that understands you, sees it from your point of view, and helps you navigate through it. A good therapist is like a fellow traveler who journeys with us into awareness, facilitating the insight necessary to heal and grow. I am a passionate facilitator of this process, helping my clients make sense of their lives and relationships, heal what's kept them stuck, explore new ways of being and live richly. The therapy we do is deep and has long-lasting effects, and the changes become your second nature, even after therapy ends."
Jennifer Seinturier, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, M.S., LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Sometimes in life we feel lonely, lost, depressed, and anxious... we don't feel like ourselves somehow or something just feels wrong in a way we could never imagine. We might "numb out or shut down" to not feel what is happening within us or maybe there isn't a trustworthy, caring person close enough to listen without judgment. We all have wounds from life experiences, whether big or small that impact us, but we are capable of cultivating great strength and hope within us and we are worth it. You are valuable because you exist. Not because of what you do, or what you have done, but simply because you are. "
(971) 351-0301
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"Sometimes in life we feel lonely, lost, depressed, and anxious... we don't feel like ourselves somehow or something just feels wrong in a way we could never imagine. We might "numb out or shut down" to not feel what is happening within us or maybe there isn't a trustworthy, caring person close enough to listen without judgment. We all have wounds from life experiences, whether big or small that impact us, but we are capable of cultivating great strength and hope within us and we are worth it. You are valuable because you exist. Not because of what you do, or what you have done, but simply because you are. "
April Crofut,
MD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a board-certified psychiatrist with a practice focused on psychotherapy. I treat adults seeking help with a variety of emotional concerns including difficulty with relationships, self-esteem, limiting patterns of behavior, or symptoms like anxiety and depression. My approach involves getting to know you as a whole person and exploring the nature of your distress in a thoughtful, collaborative, and creative way."
(503) 946-5280
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"I am a board-certified psychiatrist with a practice focused on psychotherapy. I treat adults seeking help with a variety of emotional concerns including difficulty with relationships, self-esteem, limiting patterns of behavior, or symptoms like anxiety and depression. My approach involves getting to know you as a whole person and exploring the nature of your distress in a thoughtful, collaborative, and creative way."
David A Anderson, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"It is possible that life has put you in an unexpected place and things are not turning out the way you thought they would? I'll work with you to achieve your maximum God-given potential of who you are and who you desire to be. Whatever your challenge, I offer a listening ear, a shoulder to lean on, and an interactive approach to help you find a solution. We each have different life experiences; whether they are anxieties, depression, trauma or relationship issues we can find the correct path to take on your journey to a healthier, happier life."
(503) 766-5130
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"It is possible that life has put you in an unexpected place and things are not turning out the way you thought they would? I'll work with you to achieve your maximum God-given potential of who you are and who you desire to be. Whatever your challenge, I offer a listening ear, a shoulder to lean on, and an interactive approach to help you find a solution. We each have different life experiences; whether they are anxieties, depression, trauma or relationship issues we can find the correct path to take on your journey to a healthier, happier life."
Marilyn Manzi, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you a woman/femme identified person that represses your own feelings because you are overly dependent on others for approval? As a mental health professional, are you wanting to unpack complexes, countertransference, and defenses in order to provide the best standard of care for your patients? If you answered yes, I may be able to help. "
(844) 242-5085
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"Are you a woman/femme identified person that represses your own feelings because you are overly dependent on others for approval? As a mental health professional, are you wanting to unpack complexes, countertransference, and defenses in order to provide the best standard of care for your patients? If you answered yes, I may be able to help. "
Maureen McCormick, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Are you struggling with lack of contentment and peace in your life? Have you had a loved one die? Or perhaps you have a serious or chronic illness that has resulted in the loss of your sense of identity and stability? Perhaps you have had a relationship end, or are having conflict in your relationships? For over 30 years, I have been honored to be a guide and companion to people as they navigate these challenging and painful times. I listen intently to their story, get to the heart of what matters most to them, and, ultimately, joyfully witness them as they return to living a wholehearted and authentic life."
(971) 252-7450
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"Are you struggling with lack of contentment and peace in your life? Have you had a loved one die? Or perhaps you have a serious or chronic illness that has resulted in the loss of your sense of identity and stability? Perhaps you have had a relationship end, or are having conflict in your relationships? For over 30 years, I have been honored to be a guide and companion to people as they navigate these challenging and painful times. I listen intently to their story, get to the heart of what matters most to them, and, ultimately, joyfully witness them as they return to living a wholehearted and authentic life."
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, MS, CADCI
Verified by Psychology Today
Bend, Oregon 97703
"I work with clients who are coping with depression, anxiety, PTSD, Bipolar Disorders, eating disorders and addiction. I believe every client is doing his or her best, and, can develop effective skills for coping with their presenting issues. I enjoy assisting clients in identifying their unique attachment style and the impact on adult relationships. In addition, we collaborate to determine the impact of attachment and other trauma on important areas of functioning. In addition to individual therapy, I offer couples counseling and family therapy. "
(458) 207-5534
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Bend, Oregon 97703
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"I work with clients who are coping with depression, anxiety, PTSD, Bipolar Disorders, eating disorders and addiction. I believe every client is doing his or her best, and, can develop effective skills for coping with their presenting issues. I enjoy assisting clients in identifying their unique attachment style and the impact on adult relationships. In addition, we collaborate to determine the impact of attachment and other trauma on important areas of functioning. In addition to individual therapy, I offer couples counseling and family therapy. "
Ann Meadowbrook, Psychological Associate
Psychological Associate, MS, CCTP
Verified by Psychology Today
"My goal is to help clients discover what works best in their individual situation to feel in control of their lives and "back on track." In many cases this can be accomplished through a solution-oriented counseling approach, with warmth and respect for clients as unique individuals. Clients often examine and make choices regarding new ways of thinking about themselves, others and the world. In addition, I use cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and eye-movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR) therapy to assist clients with PTSD, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, low self-esteem, or an abuse history or trauma."
(541) 460-5317
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"My goal is to help clients discover what works best in their individual situation to feel in control of their lives and "back on track." In many cases this can be accomplished through a solution-oriented counseling approach, with warmth and respect for clients as unique individuals. Clients often examine and make choices regarding new ways of thinking about themselves, others and the world. In addition, I use cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and eye-movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR) therapy to assist clients with PTSD, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, low self-esteem, or an abuse history or trauma."
Brittany Shannon Eide, LPC Intern
LPC Intern, MSCP
Verified by Psychology Today
"There have been numerous times in my life where I have needed to count on someone. Family and friends are a necessary and appreciated support for all of us however, someone outside of our personal relationships is often desirable and more effective. In those moments, I am thankful that counselors exist and I don’t have to go it alone. Similarly, times arise in our role as parents where our children may need help in a way that is outside of the structure and guidance that we offer as parents. As the saying goes, “it takes a village.” As a parent, I have counted on others many times. Just as there are occasions where I need help, I have always felt drawn to support others. I became a counselor so that I could fulfill this calling. I started in the field back in 1998 when I began my degree in psychology. Since then, I have had the privilege of working with a diverse group of individuals. I have worked with youth in the juvenile system, incarcerated women and mothers, adults with disabilities, children with autism, men who have sexually offended, individuals needing psychiatric assistance, families enduring domestic violence, and as a school counselor for children and adolescents."
(971) 240-5740
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"There have been numerous times in my life where I have needed to count on someone. Family and friends are a necessary and appreciated support for all of us however, someone outside of our personal relationships is often desirable and more effective. In those moments, I am thankful that counselors exist and I don’t have to go it alone. Similarly, times arise in our role as parents where our children may need help in a way that is outside of the structure and guidance that we offer as parents. As the saying goes, “it takes a village.” As a parent, I have counted on others many times. Just as there are occasions where I need help, I have always felt drawn to support others. I became a counselor so that I could fulfill this calling. I started in the field back in 1998 when I began my degree in psychology. Since then, I have had the privilege of working with a diverse group of individuals. I have worked with youth in the juvenile system, incarcerated women and mothers, adults with disabilities, children with autism, men who have sexually offended, individuals needing psychiatric assistance, families enduring domestic violence, and as a school counselor for children and adolescents."

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