Transgender Therapists in West University, Eugene, OR

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Kate Gillespie
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
We are collectively experiencing a major upheaval in our world, and because of this we are at point where we can make positive social change. The pain of deep wounds caused by generations of suffering and injustice impacts our day to day lives. The systems that we live in are significantly out of date, and in turn they are harmful to our mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health. Healing on an individual level is the first step to healing families and communities. Reaching for support can make an important difference in navigating difficult feelings, memories, and situations.
(458) 216-5981
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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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
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Caitlin Carew
Professional Counselor Associate
Verified
Verified
Is this you? LGBTQ+ adolescents and adults looking to seek support and explore their identity in a safe and affirming environment. Step-parents who want to nurture meaningful and healthy relationships within their blended family (non-traditional relationship configurations warmly welcomed). People coping with chronic illness and chronic pain. Young adults seeking support while working through major life transitions and career concerns. Clients looking for a therapist that works from a weight-neutral and fat liberation framework.
(458) 203-1725
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Cecilia Escobedo
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
I believe that each person has inherent worth, wisdom and the capacity to develop in ways that can lead toward wholeness and renewed energy for life. My main job is to co-create a therapeutic container where inner and outer healing can take place. I believe that when we attempt to listen to psychological symptoms, instead of ignoring or resisting them, we are more likely to find out what is out of balance and needs further integration in ourselves.
(458) 224-5836
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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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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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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Lorie Ann Lee
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
I provide counseling to individuals and 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. I use an approach that helps clients to get a deeper understanding of where their psychological experience comes from. I use a psycho-educational approach that asks clients to delve into an understanding of the spiritual nature behind life.
(458) 215-1723
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Kaia Stamiris
Professional Counselor Associate, LPCA
Verified
Verified
[Weekend Appointments Available} I am a registered counseling associate and I work with individuals experiencing stress, isolation, depression, anxiety, addictions, relational problems, developmental trauma, and PTSD.
(458) 217-7892
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Mark Evans
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
In practice for 20+ years, I offer a warm, collaborative approach. We will work together to heal wounds, resolve symptoms and overcome barriers that keep you from living your full potential. Depending on your needs and wishes, our work together can involve learning new skills, exploring the past, accessing your inner wisdom, harnessing your creativity to develop more effective life strategies, and all the while deepening your self-understanding.
(541) 626-0087
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Valerie Johnson
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Therapy is a vulnerable process and finding the right therapist can be a daunting decision. I appreciate the strength it takes to begin the search for a therapist and I welcome the opportunity to walk alongside you in your healing process.
(458) 237-4749
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Psychedelic Integration Counseling
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I help with post trip integration. When the ceremony or trip closes it opens. Integration is the process of deepening and grounding your work with plant medicine and psychedelics. The plant often reveals 'parts' within you that are stuck in the past, burdened with overwhelming feelings and beliefs. Psychedelics can also provide access to our true essence who is the one who can heal these wounded parts. It is your work outside of ceremony to actualize the realizations that were revealed in your journey. This is how medicine becomes a way of life instead of a peak experience to remember.
(458) 203-7074
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West University
Eugene, OR 97402
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Not accepting new clients
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Lindsay Fairchild
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
4 Endorsed
Verified
4 Endorsed
**Please leave the name of your insurance provider (if applicable) when you contact me so I can best serve you in our initial consultation. Thank you!** I support individuals in relation to their trauma, anxiety, depression, relationship with food and body, gender, sexuality, and life transitions. My therapeutic relationships are most often marked by warmth, empathy, compassion, and humor, and my overall approach is client-centered and strength-based, embodied by anti-oppression, feminist, and justice-oriented values.
(541) 359-4214
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients
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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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Not accepting new clients
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Jennifer Wells
Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, LPC
Verified
Verified
Whatever issues or concerns bring you to counseling, I appreciate and respect that you are the EXPERT on your life. Your feelings are valid. Together we will figure out what counseling style is most comfortable for you (e.g., psychodynamic, art therapeutic) and work from that perspective. Whatever your goal (e.g., finding calm in the storm, mindfully retracing life's twists and turns, rejoining life), you don't have to be alone in your journey. I enjoy supporting individuals traveling the path of self-discovery. I know that opening up can be scary. Seeing and hearing your truth can also be life affirming, lifesaving. Do the work.
(541) 214-2884
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients
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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Audrey Medina
Pre-Licensed Professional, PhD
Verified
Verified
Dr. King believed that “Human salvation lies in the hands of the creatively maladjusted.” I agree. Many family, school, work, economic, and social systems are unjust, and our relationships can be troubled, including relationships with our own bodies and minds. Our “maladjustment” happens for good reasons! In my opinion, many of the bodymind differences that get diagnosed as mental illness, chronic illness, and disabilities are normal and valuable aspects of human diversity. The purpose of therapy, therefore, is not to “fix” us but to help us bring more compassion, creativity, and transformation into our lives and our world.
(844) 936-2398
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients
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Keri Jaeger
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
You are so tired of the constant circling of negative thoughts that seem to replay on a loop in your brain at all times. "What will they think of me? I am not enough." It's hard to relax and it feels impossible to stop thinking about the constant list of "to-dos." At the same time, you have a sense of dread that fills your day and it's hard to get out of bed. I get it and I'm here to help.
(458) 237-4368
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Bridges Community Health
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC, LCSW, PMHNP
Verified
Verified
Bridges Community Health is a growing therapy and prescribing collective serving Lane County, Eugene/Springfield and Cottage Grove. We provide therapy and medication management services. We are here to help you set and meet your goals. We provide individual, family, teen, play and couples therapy. We work hard to be available to you and to set your initial appointment in a quick and timely manner. We offer both in person and teletherapy sessions. We have immediate openings at this time. We understand the stressors you are facing today and want to help you succeed in making positive and lasting change.
(541) 359-3717 x1
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Erin Hughes
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, QMHP
Verified
Verified
(458) 218-7641
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Misha Bogart-Monteith
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, Them
Verified
4 Endorsed
Verified
4 Endorsed
As a gender affirming therapist, I can provide letters in accordance with the WPATH Standards of Care for transgender and gender diverse folks seeking hormone replacement therapy and gender affirming surgeries.
Accepting new clients! It takes a lot of courage to be vulnerable and reach out for support. That's an asset and in our work together we will draw upon the strengths you already have to address the stressors surfacing. Whether you're dealing with significant life transitions, anxiety, and depression, or are in the LGBTQIA community striving to navigate, a too-often, unwelcoming world, I can help. In therapy, you will gain resources for grounding your active nervous system, decreasing reactivity in your relationships, and uncovering the spacious wisdom of your true nature at rest. Imagine yourself: embodied, connected, and aligned.
(541) 209-5817
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Eugene, OR 97402
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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?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no 'right way.’ Each method of therapy can be beneficial for a variety of issues. Finding a psychologist or therapist who is a good fit for you is the most important step to discovering what type of therapy, or combination of therapeutic approaches, will meet your individual needs. Learn what to expect from different types of therapy and how they work.

How to use my insurance?
Understanding cost and insurance coverage is an important concern for many people. With some basic research and conversations with prospective therapists, you should be able to have a good understanding of the best way to afford therapy.