Codependency Therapists in Portland, OR

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Stephane H. Cohen
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Hello! And welcome to my profile! Good for you for seeking therapy! It takes a great deal of courage to do so! Life can be difficult at times (transitions, separations, parenting, marriage/partnership, illness, loss, work issues, addictions, codependency ), and we sometimes need help to navigate through these challenging periods.
(971) 252-3012
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Portland, OR 97205
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Meghan Wright O'Connor
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
Verified
Verified
Do you have an adept ability to flex and bend to the needs of your environment? Do you struggle to identify and prioritize your own needs? Are your goals and dreams collecting dust while you compulsively tend to those around you? Codependency often develops in the personality structures of people who are raised in chaotic and neglectful environments as children. A finely tuned childhood survival strategy, it leaves many feeling a complex array of emotions in their adulthood: emptiness, resentment, loneliness, and confusion. I help people to break unsatisying relational-patterns and to harness more creative control over their lives.
(503) 436-6293
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Portland, OR 97214
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Ajna Rae
Pre-Licensed Professional, MA, CADC-I
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
We can attend to issues of depression, anxiety, addiction, anger, codependency , and more that can arise from unresolved past experiences and current struggles.
You feel stuck, you're struggling, you're realizing that you need compassionate, supportive, non-judgmental support. I am here. My collaborative therapeutic approach is rooted in mindful awareness and acceptance, informed by relational and attachment models, and guided by an appreciation of each person’s unique existential search for meaning. I aim to foster a space where you can engage in your present experience, show up as you are, and find awareness, choice, and support in the life that awaits you.
(503) 461-0842
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Portland, OR 97218
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Nicole Falk
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified
5 Endorsed
Verified
5 Endorsed
I practice with a variety of clients, however I specialize in teens and adults experiencing the effects of life changes and transitions, codependency , relationship issues, and managing work/life balance.
For many of us, the hardest challenge to overcome is to ask for help. If you're reading this, you've already found the courage to start becoming the best version of yourself. While as an individual you are unique, none of us are perfect and we all experience conflict, hardships, and a variety of emotions. I believe our life experiences as well as cultural background influence the way in which we interact with the world. I am a strong proponent of collaboration and I view the therapeutic relationship as a team. I have daytime availability Monday through Thursday.
(503) 213-6724
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Portland, OR 97214
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Korina Jochim
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
Verified
Areas of specialty include codependency and recovery from: narcissistic abuse, high-control groups, and undue influence, as well as coaching in and identifying healthy relationship behaviors.
Relationships are the fundamental building blocks of human experience. We are shaped by and devote many resources to them, and they can be sources of inspiration, support, and consistent love. They can also be harmful and even dangerous, especially when an individual's relationship templates have began as dysfunctional in their families of origin. Many of my clients have been or currently are in relationships with narcissistic/disordered partners, family members, or bosses, or were/are members of high-control groups. Healing is possible after these relationships, and there is hope for choosing healthier people to love.
(503) 212-9888
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Portland, OR 97214
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Emma Ashley Stern
Professional Counselor Associate, MA
Verified
9 Endorsed
Verified
9 Endorsed
I offer empowered and embodied therapy for folks seeking to transform challenges and distress into a catalyst for deep healing. My approach is warm, real, relatable, and comes with a sense of humor. I specialize in work with complex trauma, anxiety, grief, codependency , radical self-love, and self-acceptance. I am EMDR trained. Coming from a blended family that is White, Black, Latinx, and Jewish, I am committed to questioning identity dynamics, power, privilege, and positionality. I am dedicated to social justice and will support you in using your personal healing to work towards collective liberation and social change.
(503) 836-8851
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Portland, OR 97269
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Ritual Therapy
Professional Counselor Associate, MA
Verified
Verified
I work with teens, young professionals, and couples to address struggles with communication, anxiety, panic, relationship problems, codependency , personality disorders, trauma, and PTSD.
Do you find yourself simultaneously feeling too much and not enough? Do you feel broken? Stuck? Have you ever asked yourself, “Why can’t I just be normal,” or “What is wrong with me?” Maybe you act in ways that don’t feel true to yourself for fear of rejection or abandonment, and perhaps you even end up in unhealthy or one-sided relationships. I believe that just by coming to this page there is something fundamentally “right,” not “wrong" with you. Being a human is complicated, messy, and can be painful, but I feel honored to have the opportunity to support you through these challenges in a way that fosters healing and growth.
(503) 461-2628
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Portland, OR 97214
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Janet Barlow
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I specialize in working with people on: anxiety and critical inner-dialogue; codependency issues; reactivity in personal relationships; depression; individuals and families in recovery from addiction; parenting issues; children; and people experiencing developmental and life transitions.
I work with clients on a short-term model, identifying strengths and enhancing coping skills. I also do long-term insight-oriented work; identifying patterns of feelings, thoughts, and behaviors which reflect unconscious conflict and create barriers in relationships with oneself and others. Symptoms of anxiety and depression are often what prompt people to enter therapy. Some people want to learn tools and behaviors to alleviate symptomology; while others continue with therapy, after symptom reduction, and explore internal themes from their family-of-origin and how they are impacting their relationships today. I believe change occurs through the therapeutic relationship.
(503) 806-2495
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Portland, OR 97225
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Terri Lechnyr
Psychologist, PhD, LCSW
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
Accepting NEW Clients! Do you struggle with codependency and being a people pleaser? Do you wonder about your attachment style and struggle with relationships? Do you have racing thoughts and struggle relaxing? I will work with you to be happy, calm, confident, and find your peace and balance again! Weekend/evenings-100% Video-Telehealth- therapy out of the comfort of home- 18 yrs+ Individual therapy.
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Portland, OR 97229
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Jennifer Krumm
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
Verified
My specialties include: Grief and Loss, stress, depression, anxiety, Self Esteem, child of addiction/dysfunctional family, codependency , addictions, and recovery and relapse prevention, blocks to performance/success, body image issues, and post traumatic stress.
Hello Are you wanting to talk with someone who will listen and hold space for you? Are you wanting to live a more authentic life? I invite you to call me or email me to learn how Heart Path Counseling is Counseling with a Difference. I utilize creativity tools, energy psychology techniques, and visualization to help you have real change! My own search for healing led me to learn about and eventually receive training in energy psychology and creativity. I found these techniques helped me with releasing past traumas and other blocks to my living a more authentic and empowered life.
(503) 342-8193
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Portland, OR 97222
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Elizabeth Glover
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, NCC, LPC
Verified
Verified
Not Currently Accepting New Clients I offer talk therapy services to adults (25+) from all cultures, genders, religions, sexual, and economic backgrounds. I am an independent practitioner at the Firefly Institute in Hillsboro, Oregon. Clients experiencing emotional distress due to life transitions, past trauma, codependency and those in helping positions with compassion fatigue/vicarious trauma are who I most often work with.
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Portland, OR 97086
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Celeste Hiiaka Stensvad
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
I have experience working with clients addressing a variety of concerns including grief, codependency , anxiety, depression, and unresolved trauma.
It may be the loss of a loved one, the awareness of unwanted repetitive patterns, a specific event, or that incessant feeling of being exhausted and overwhelmed by it all that brings an individual into counseling. As uncomfortable as it may seem, choosing the courageous dive into the therapeutic process allows for genuine insight and healing. My work with clients offers a few moments to pause, look at the possibly outdated stories we tell ourselves, and give room to shift perspective.
(503) 451-6071
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Portland, OR 97202
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Aiyana Lucas
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I work with adults experiencing anxiety, trauma, life transitions, grief, and codependency .
I support my clients as they navigate through life transitions and uncertainty to reawaken their inner strength, reconnect to what matters most, and journey back to wholeness. I believe that therapy facilitates transformation through relationship, and that people heal with a deep sense of human connection. Through our work together we will create a safe space for you to explore and discover what health and wellness looks like for you. I provide the tools & compassionate presence for you to move through transitions, interrupt negative patterns and beliefs, to realign with your most authentic and empowered selves.
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Portland, OR 97214
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Ana Reichelt
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, CADC, I
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
It's my privilege to work as a Mental Health Counselor. I offer a safe, non judgmental, place where people can explore their thoughts, feelings, and concerns. I have expertise addressing relationship conflicts, child/parent struggles, separation/divorce, substance abuse, and codependency issues. When we are suffering and in need of counseling we sometimes endure a great deal before we recognize there is a problem that needs to be addressed. If you find yourself struggling in any one of these areas call me to help you find the joy in everyday life.
(503) 926-6359
Portland, OR 97230
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Kasey Joffe
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC, MFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I am accepting new clients! I support individuals ages 14-65 in exploring their experiences related to suffering caused by difficult relationships/loss of an important relationship, adjusting to a recent significant life change, and mental health issues including trauma, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and codependency . I help clients identify and process their emotions, negative self-beliefs, body sensations, and behaviors that relate to the problem and prevent them from moving forward in their life, so new ways of approaching the problem and developing solutions are learned and inner peace is restored.
(503) 755-8155
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Portland, OR 97202
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Beverley Duke-Young
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CADCIII
Verified
Verified
Additional areas of my practice include addictions, codependency , depression, anxiety, PTSD, and various forms of past trauma.
Self-actualization is so important to feel one's life has meaning and purpose, so helping you get to or BACK to that point is what I find so fulfilling in my practice! The goal of NW Counseling Service is to help you grow and become all that you are capable of and assist you in developing and mastering those skills. I work with adults, individuals, and couples, who are experiencing issues of communication.
(971) 266-2458
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Portland, OR 97217
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Sophia Fleming
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, SEP
Verified
Verified
Sophia Fleming, LCSW, SEP offers virtual counseling sessions for adults throughout Oregon who are yearning to experience more peace and more joy in their lives. Typically, when one seeks counseling, he or she feels "stuck". Sophia has a knack for guiding clients to untangle the pieces. Sophia has had the honor of working and training at The Meadows, a world-renowned treatment center, and has received training from world-renowned therapists Pia Mellody on codependency , love addiction/ love avoidance, and inner child work, Claudia Black focusing on couples therapy, and Peter Levine developer of Somatic Experiencing.
(503) 300-2994
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Portland, OR 97221
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Mary J Evrard
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
Verified
I have vast experience providing psychotherapy to adolescents, adults, families, and couples dealing with codependency , bereavement, addictions, and trauma .
I am currently accepting new clients. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who has practiced in Oregon, Wyoming, Utah and as an intern in Florida. My background is working with people struggling with substance abuse, trauma survivors, the LGBTQ community, couples and all forms of families, people with traumatic brain injuries, people with autism, grief and loss, crisis pregnancies, adoption issues, children in foster care and people living with HIV and AIDS. I am proud to have worked in a variety of settings and with people who need support, clarity, and space to heal.
(971) 247-1194
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Portland, OR 97213
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Dr. Chandra Mundon
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
Verified
Everybody deserves a space where they can feel truly seen, heard, and understood without judgment. As a clinical psychologist, I strive to provide therapy that is collaborative, effective, and uniquely tailored to every client. I have extensive training and clinical experience working with clients from all walks of life on a wide range of issues including (but not limited to): depression, anxiety, stress, self-esteem, family-of-origin, cultural identity, codependency , relationships, etc. I also enjoy working with couples (monogamous or non-monogamous) and families.
(503) 343-4306
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Portland, OR 97232
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Benita K Bellrichard Munson
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC, CRC, CADC I
Verified
4 Endorsed
Verified
4 Endorsed
I work with individuals and couples, relational issues, attachment issues, family of origin wounds, divorce support, addictions, codependency , and adjustment to illness for yourself or family.
My passion is to help people have more fulfilling relationships. When we are in conflict with others, it often feels easier to walk away or shut down. I am EFT couples trained, which is one of the most effective therapies in helping people improve communication and reduce relational distress. I am experienced in working with same sex relationships, addictions, and can help with emotional regulation/anger management. I am also EMDR trained and certified, which is an evidence based therapy for trauma.
(971) 299-2874
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Portland, OR 97221
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Codependency Therapists

What therapy types help with codependency problems?

Both couples and family therapy and cognitive and behavioral therapy (CBT) can help with the relationship difficulties referred to as codependency. Such problems typically include inappropriate feelings of responsibility for a loved one’s destructive behavior, irrational patterns of thinking about such behavior, and family interaction patterns in which the needs of one troubled member override the needs of others in a household.

What happens in therapy for codependency?

Spouses and family members learn and practice how to interact and support each other in a healthy way without sacrificing their own needs or well-being. They learn the limits of their responsibility for their loved ones and correct faulty patterns of thinking and feeling that underlie codependent behavior. Individuals may be encouraged to nurture an array of social relationships and to cultivate their own talents and interests so that they develop a healthy sense of self outside the family.

How does therapy help a person or couple overcome codependency?

Therapy helps people establish healthy ways of being in a relationship. Spouses and family members learn how to nurture and support one another without sacrificing their own needs or allowing the needs of one person to dominate the dynamic. Individuals learn how to say no and set boundaries, and how to maintain their own identity and self-esteem. Therapy helps people understand that they are not responsible for the feelings and actions of others. It also helps individuals deal with the turbulence that can come from living with a person suffering from such conditions as substance abuse and mental illness.

What is the goal of therapy for codependency?

One goal of therapy for codependency is to alleviate feelings of responsibility for and correct irrational patterns of thinking about loved ones whose behavioral problems override the needs of others in a household. Therapy helps people establish healthy boundaries of behavior and speak up for their own needs in a relationship. In addition, people learn how to maintain a healthy relationship, one in which both parties give and receive equally and are able to retain their own identity.