Therapists in West University, Eugene, OR

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Robin Grace
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I am committed to help you unravel what contributes to unfulfilled needs. The pain of loss, fears of rejection and anxiety about pursuing goals can produce hopelessness and confusion. I will support and help you develop confidence, strength and understanding, enabling you to move beyond stress and rigid patterns . You will find me warm, authentic, insightful and passionate about psychotherapy. I welcome individuals and couples interested in developing creativity, success and enriching relationships. My practice is open to therapists seeking psychotherapy and supervision.
(541) 639-4291
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Authentic Compassion Therapy
Licensed Professional Counselor, CADC-I
Verified
Verified
Are you dealing with relationship issues? Are you struggling with self-esteem, self-doubt, or fear? Are addiction issues causing pain in your life or others? Are past traumas affecting you feeling safe today? If your world is getting smaller and lonelier, give me a call. I have helped relationships heal and flourish with others and within themselves. Building on self-compassion can expand your ability to self-soothe yourself while heading toward the goals and values you have set for yourself. I enjoy seeing couples reunite and turn toward each other after years of being apart.
(458) 224-1929
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Sally Louise Smith
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CADC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
When life is overwhelming asking for help is the first step. I am a licensed clinical social worker and certified alcohol and drug counselor with over 20 years of experience. I enjoy helping people make positive changes in their lives, incorporating positive psychology with traditional psychodynamic, solution focused and cognitive-behavioral methods.
(541) 968-6321
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Haley Bales
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Are you struggling with uncertainty? Are your relationships at risk or in conflict? Could you use some support navigating unforeseen circumstances? These are just a few of the common issues I address in a non-judgmental, confidential space. The work we do together will be collaborative and targeted to meet the unique goals you identify.
(541) 402-4156
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Jonathan Alzate
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Have you been struggling with depression and anxiety for as long as you can remember? Are you navigating racial injustice and trying to get ahead in a world that feels like it's always holding you back? Have you been struggling with social interactions or developing deeper connection to yourself or others? If any of this fits for you, I'd love to help.
(458) 217-1388
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Willamette Sky Counseling
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, MS, MFT
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
Welcome. Willamette Sky Counseling is a small private practice committed to making your health and well-being a priority. My team and I are a group of client centered, trauma informed masters level therapists and psychotherapists providing compassionate mental health care throughout Oregon. Our therapists provide therapy in English, Spanish and ASL. We welcome diverse people, ideas and perspectives.
(541) 203-4662
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Person centric therapy
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MBA, CADC -R
My counseling approach is person centric and down to earth. I commit to creating a safe space for the client and will support the client in their journey to make positive change in their life.
(458) 203-1686
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Not accepting new clients
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Kayla Armstrong
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MS, AMFT
Verified
Verified
Using compassionate care, empathy, sensitivity, gentleness, and a strengths-based approach, I strive to create a warm and comfortable environment for clients where a safe and trusting atmosphere can lead to transformation, fulfillment, and evolution within oneself. I believe that all individuals contain the needed and necessary qualities and characteristics within themselves to achieve their desired goals and to accomplish personal growth. I want my clients to know that there are always ways in which to manage, cope with, recover from, heal from, and survive pain, and that suffering does not have to be permanent or lifelong.
(458) 236-5774
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients
Not accepting new clients
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Tayler Thompson
Professional Counselor Associate, LPCA
Verified
Verified
I incorporate decolonial, abolitionist, and transformative justice frameworks into my work with teens and adults, as they attend sessions individually and with others in their family and/or community. In order to address the overwhelming effects of systemic inequities and intergenerational traumas, my work with clients will explore how community, society, systemic oppressions, and intergenerational traumas factor into one’s lived experiences and understandings. This includes the ways that these experiences manifest in our lives as anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns we carry.
(458) 236-5296
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients
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John Bundy
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
You've exhausted your own coping mechanisms and inner resources. You've searched for answers on the web, and in self-help books. You might have received advice from family and friends. Still, living life is a painful struggle. My goal, as a Clinical Psychologist, is to assist you in finding relief, as soon as possible, through new insights, and tools to improve your life.
(541) 237-6885
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Ariel Yabek
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Apologies, my practice is full. I support clients in addressing issues related to identity, relationship and belonging. My work is anchored in a Relational model of care whose aim is to support the development and maintenance of mutually beneficial and sustainable relationships. I work with clients to identify and cultivate resources, supports and protective factors so they may feel increasingly more secure navigating life. My work with clients reflects my values of transparency, respect and courage. Much of my work focuses on resolving trauma wounding, with highly effective models of care such as EMDR and Internal Family Systems.
(541) 204-2705
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Caren A Golian LPC, LLC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Verified
Verified
(*practice currently full) All people want to be at peace in a complex and confusing world. Life throws pain our way and we struggle to understand why we are experiencing it and how to adapt. We all grapple at some point with failures, break-ups, confusing relationships, conflicts, insecurities, fears, losses and an entire host of questions life presses us to answer. We can be confused about something that happened or where we’re headed. There is no text book to make these answers easy. The Earth School is the hardest classroom we will ever sit in and we’re bound to stumble into some situations feeling overwhelmed and unprepared.
(541) 636-0359
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Erik Sorensen
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS only. They offer an in-depth review of current functioning to help focus treatment efforts and help agencies, schools, and legal professionals make difficult decisions. Treatment recommendations are included for use by individuals, families, professionals, teachers, and agencies. Call with questions and check out my website for details.
(541) 345-8749
West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Waitlist for new clients
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Heather Scott PhD LLC
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
Currently full, unable to take new clients. We all face challenges in our lives, and sometimes outside support can be very helpful. My goal is to create a safe space in which you can consider personal experiences and values and take steps towards your goals. I have many years of experience supporting adults and teens dealing with depression and anxiety and working through issues related to trauma and substance abuse. I strive to provide helpful support around life transitions and stresses, which may include family and relationship changes, school and work changes, divorce and separation, grief and loss, and health-related concerns.
(541) 507-0208
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Waitlist for new clients
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Kelly Gavin-Garcia
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
Are you an adult that is experiencing anxiety or other symptoms related to a traumatic childhood? Are you trying to change your negative thoughts but often getting "stuck?" Are you wanting better relationships with others? Are you a new parent navigating the demands of motherhood and trying to balance it all? If any of these questions resonate with you, I'd be honored to help.
(458) 236-5713
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Sandi Goodwin
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I have tremendous compassion for those who are struggling and I understand how difficult it can be to ask for help. My approach to helping is nonjudgmental, warm, and collaborative with the goal of helping you get (back) in touch with your own inner wisdom. I have a special place in my practice for those who’ve been hurt by sexual trauma, interpersonal trauma or bullying/discrimination, and I’m passionate about working with women at midlife - the dominant narrative calls it a crisis, but I believe it can be a magical time of healing and self-actualization.
(458) 224-8656
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
& Online
Not accepting new clients
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Solutions Therapy, Consulting and Training
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
Verified
***NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS**** I have enjoyed my work with children, families, couples and individuals, especially young children and their parent(s). I believe that parents are the greatest resource for their children throughout their lives and as such, sometimes need additional information and support themselves. I am a collaborative and respectful therapist who values compassion, understanding and openness. My work is guided by attachment and trauma informed methods and an understanding of how individuals are impacted by the environments and experiences they are exposed to.
(541) 526-7648
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients
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Kristen Pender
Professional Counselor Associate, MA, LPCA
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
As we face challenges, life calls us to bravely adjust, stretch and transform who we are. I believe my role as a psychotherapist is to witness my clients, encourage and empower them in discovering the emerging parts of themselves as well as the parts that may no longer serve a purpose. Integrating mindfulness, Person Centered, Internal Family Systems and Trauma Informed practices, I support my clients to identify and accept their emerging selves and take action towards lasting change.
(971) 290-2299
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Dave Lechnyr
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
- - - Offering Couple’s Therapy - - - Relationships have many ups and downs but recently you’ve noticed significant strain. Communication has become non-existent and it causes feelings of loneliness. You feel like you’re walking on eggshells and you fear your relationship might be one argument away from ultimately ending. You’re ready to tackle these issues but you don’t know where to start. That’s where couple’s therapy can help to provide you and your partner with tangible tools to improve communication and rebuild your relationship. If you’re ready to push past your comfort zone and grow closer, you’re in the right place.
(541) 705-4666
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Not accepting new clients
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Jamielynn Dailey
Professional Counselor Associate, LPC-A
Verified
Verified
I am experienced in helping individuals develop the necessary coping skills and obtain the resources needed to overcome eating disorders, anxiety, and stress. I am here to provide a safe, trusting, non-judgmental environment for adults, teens, and adolescents to collaboratively determine what their goals might be and how to meet them. I am comfortable holding space for those who are grieving or processing traumatic events and experiences. I work to create a space where people feel safe, cared for, respected, and welcomed to explore the deeper layers of their experiences and the impact on their lives now.
(458) 237-4202
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients

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What type of West University, Eugene mental health professional is right for me?
While most types of therapy have a lot in common, they also fall into clusters that share core features, such as cognitive therapies or psychodynamic approaches. It is important to seek someone who practices evidence-based therapy, meaning one or more forms of treatment that have been scientifically evaluated and tested, and demonstrate consistent improvement for a majority of patients.

If you are unsure about choosing the right therapist, it might be useful to first learn more about therapy types and modalities.
How to find a therapist in West University, Eugene?
When looking to find a therapist, it is certainly important to consider training and credentials. Studies also indicate that the therapeutic alliance, or the relationship the client develops with the therapist, is an important factor in their ability to work together to achieve the client’s goals.

What method of therapy is right for me?
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