Suicidal Ideation Therapists in Portland, OR

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Photo of Winnifrid Sylvia Simone, Professional Counselor Associate in Portland, OR
Winnifrid Sylvia Simone
Professional Counselor Associate, MA, LPCA
Verified
Verified
I have a calling for working with those who identify as artists, energetic sensitives, those needing help through identity change, trauma, grief, suicide /S/I experiences, spiritual & artistic emergence or visions.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate, registered with the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists (R7672). I am supervised by Danielle Wilcox, LMFT. I graduated from Lewis and Clark College with a MA in Professional Mental Health Counseling.
(503) 461-5074
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Portland, OR 97210
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Garnet Counseling
LPC Intern, MA
Verified
Verified
I am heavily trained in suicide prevention and intervention.
QUEER CENTERED/JUSTICE FOCUSED/NON-TRADITIONAL VIRTUAL COUNSELING FOR CLIENTS ACROSS OREGON. AREAS OF CLINICAL FOCUS: LGBTQ+ populations, death, grief, existential meaning, empowerment, suicidal thoughts, depression, anxiety, trauma I believe the people who end up seeking my services live life outside of the boxes that were handed to them. Sometimes that can be a really tough path! It can also be incredibly rewarding to truly discover and learn to love your authentic self. You are good enough just the way you are!
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Portland, OR 97201
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Tamara Webb
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, LMHC
Verified
Verified
, loss to accident, suicide , violence, etc.
I provide holistic psychotherapy to help clients explore, understand and address effects of diverse challenges in life, helping clients become empowered stewards of their own well-being. I integrate common psychotherapy approaches, including cognitive, narrative and expressive-creative therapies, with holistic approaches based in the traditions underlying yoga, Buddhism and other Eastern philosophical practices. My goal is to help clients achieve health, balance and harmony, and to embrace life.
(971) 248-3981
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Portland, OR 97205
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Tracy Jendritza
Psychologist, PsyD, DBT-LBC
Verified
Verified
Specifically, depression, anxiety, anger, eating disorders, and impulsive behavior (self harm, substance use, suicidal behaviors).
I firmly believe that growth has two paths. To truly flourish, one must balance a desire for change with a true willingness to accept oneselve for who you are. A treatment that embraces this idea is Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and it's the core philosophy I use with my patients every day. In treatment, DBT concepts focus on changing things that are getting in the way of living the life you want, while accepting yourself unconditionally. The focus is to develop a life worth living. My program offers a full finality DBT which includes individual therapy, group skills training, and phone consultation.
(503) 847-9312
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Portland, OR 97210
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Jen Shelton
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, MS, LPC, NCC
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
NEW: Creative writing group for DID/OSDD starting 9/26/22! Individuals who are experiencing posttraumatic stress, dissociation, plurality/multiplicity, depression, relational problems, anxiety, thoughts of suicide or self-harm, and life transitions are my kind of folks. If you are someone who continues to have a hard time with painful past events interrupting your life and holding you back, I believe we could be a good fit in moving toward your increased wellness together. Also offering clinical supervision.
(971) 231-2603
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Portland, OR 97214
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Hilda Guttormsen
Licensed Psychoanalyst, MFA, LP
Verified
Verified
Common neurotic symptoms that have successfully treated are addiction, compulsive behaviors, trauma, depression, anxiety, problematic interpersonal dynamics within marriages and families, suicidal ideation and dissociation.
Whether you are seeking psychoanalysis at a time of crisis or from a desire to deepen your awareness of self, this process will meet you where you are and where you are willing to go. It is very much a dyadic experience attuned to your specific psychological needs. Jungian analysis believes in the self regulating aspect of ourselves that lies within us all. This process is designed to realize your authentic self in the world.
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Portland, OR 97212
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Crystal Wilkes
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
Verified
Hello!! Thank you for stopping by my profile. I provide therapy to older adolescents and adults. My specialized training and treatment focus is in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) for the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, trauma, suicidal ideation and self-harm. These types of therapies focus on teaching skills to manage overwhelming emotions and behaviors you would like to change. While making changes is important, my practice is heavily influenced by mindfulness, acceptance and compassion.
(503) 917-3140
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Portland, OR 97216
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Sarah K King
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I have a particular passion and talent for working with young adults/teenagers, specifically regarding behavioral issues, suicidal ideation and self-injury behaviors. I use a casual approach to build rapport to empower all clients to find their voice and manifest their goals. I also specialize in working with problematic sexual behaviors/ addictions, clients who identify in the LBGTQIA+ community, and clients with complex traumas and relational/intimacy deficits. I believe you will find my natural warmth both inclusive and approachable while affirming each individual's personal and cultural needs.
(503) 461-1438
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Portland, OR 97219
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Kelsey Marple
Professional Counselor Associate, MA, NCC
Verified
Verified
I view counseling as a collaborative effort, helping clients to recognize strengths, identify needs, understand conflicts, discover new options, set personal development goals, and make informed choices. My hope is to create a warm and non-judgmental space for clients with empathy, understanding, and humor. I have experience working with individuals, especially young adults, on a variety of topics, including depression, anxiety, adjustment to life transitions, relationship issues, identity formation, trauma, shame, spiritual issues, and suicidal ideation .
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Portland, OR 97220
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Kannon Elizabeth
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LICSW
Verified
Verified
I assist clients who are experiencing a range of presenting concerns, including: adolescents 12 and older, trauma, adoption, LGBTQIA+ (including medical assessments), depression, anxiety, racial Identity, racial trauma, suicidal ideation , self harm, school issues, self-esteem, family conflict, coping skills, and peer relationships.
Currently Accepting New Clients! My approach is person centered: You are the expert in your own life and I am here to help and support with your journey whatever that looks like. I use a variety of techniques that are both collaborative and strengths-based and draw from social justice and equity work. I don’t just look at you as the individual but also how your surrounding environment impacts you. My counseling style is warm and compassionate. I want to offer you a safe space to heal and grow. It would be an honor to work with you on your life journey. You are the expert and I am here to support you on that journey.
(971) 319-9085
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Portland, OR 97239
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Elliot Townley
LPC Intern, MS, NCC, LPC Int
Verified
Verified
The clients I work with have oftentimes felt disenfranchised and misunderstood. They put forth amazing effort, but continue to struggle in finding a path out of cycles of survival, trauma, and scarcity. They are interested in their own growth and change across a variety of realms - relationships, family, identity, and purpose. They are open to self-reflection, even though it can be scary. Goals include: learning to be interdependent instead of people pleasing, finding a sense of self after a life of trauma, slowing cycles of self-harm & suicidal ideation , moving from self-loathing to peace, and navigating systemic violence.
(503) 987-3548
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Portland, OR 97215
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Michelle E Shelton
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, EdD, MA
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
As well as having my master's degree in Clinical Psychology, I am also a certified suicide prevention and awareness instructor and feel passionately about speaking on this.
*Note: I am currently taking new clients! It is more important than ever to consider your mental health needs. I have over 10 years experience working in mental health as a therapist, leader, advocate, educator, and researcher. I would love the opportunity to partner with you on your mental health and well-being needs. I am passionate about finding ways to work with individuals, families, teens, children, and adults in order to have their lives be more fulfilling, productive, motivated, and healthy.
(503) 241-3404
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Portland, OR 97221
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Jennalyn Strickland
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, NCC, CADC I, CTP
Verified
Verified
I assist adults and adolescents who are experiencing a range of presenting concerns, including: depression, anxiety, anger, acute and chronic trauma, substance and behavioral addictions, relationship issues, psychosis, personality disorders or behaviors, obsessive compulsive behaviors, eating disorders, grief, ADHD, and suicidal thoughts or behaviors.
CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS! I believe that everyone is capable of healthy change to achieve their maximum potential and reach a deep satisfaction with life. I value depth and spirituality, identifying as a follower of Jesus. This drives me to show compassion, openness, and hope to all people in a nonjudgmental environment, recognizing that every person is a human being who deserves to live a life they find worth living. My desire is to create a space where people can feel comfortable and safe to be their authentic selves as they engage in the process of delving into the human within.
(458) 203-3422
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Portland, OR 97239
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Reyah Travis
Pre-Licensed Professional, QMHA-R
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I have experience supporting BIPOC populations, those experiencing suicidal thoughts and chronic anxiety, and those struggling to cultivate healthy romantic and platonic relationships amongst other challenges.
Hey, my name’s Reyah. Life sucks sometimes and that’s often when many of us contact a therapist. We’re looking for some help, whether that be with how to respond to stressful family dynamics, how to fight with our spouse less, or how to address really hard mental health stuff like panic attacks and depressive symptoms. I believe you have unique talents and abilities, and if there are parts of your life that aren’t working-then it’s because you haven’t gotten the right support. I enjoy supporting others and helping them learn practical mental health skills that can improve their day to day life.
(971) 254-1357
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Portland, OR 97209
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Boehm Counseling & Consulting Services
Counselor, MS, LMHC, MAC
Verified
Verified
Specialty services include:Intervention, Family Crisis Therapy, Military Focused Family Life ,Traditional Therapy, Trauma(PTSD), Suicide Prevention/Intervention, EMDR, Sports Performance Psychology, Life Coaching.
Client motivation focused;,believing personal change is possible for anyone who desires it. The human spirit is powerful and will persevere if nurtured, empowered & supported. My therapeutic approach: teaching, empower, intervene &support for the therapeutic change process with clients. Combining education + professional & personal experience I provide a safe, non-judgmental therapeutic approach conducive to healthy changes. Perspective of personal strengths vs the medical model of "sickness" clients are empowered with hope and skills for positive change.
(360) 215-3885
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Portland, OR 97232
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Slade Thackeray
LPC Intern, MA
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
My job is to help you move from dreaming to doing. Are you dreaming of being less anxious or depressed? Let's uncover what you need to address it. Are you dreaming of a life without suicidal thoughts? It's possible, and you are closer than you think. Have some education or career dreams that are keeping you up at night? That's my specialty. Life is super hard. Like, so hard. Don't do it alone. I'm here to help.
(503) 300-5348
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Portland, OR 97220
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Jacqueline Lydston
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSWAIC
Verified
Verified
In my practice I treat PTSD, borderline personality disorder, survivors of domestic violence, survivors of sexual abuse, religious trauma, suicidal thoughts or self harm, depression, grief, and many other issues. I also see clients who are diagnosed with bipolar disorder (I and II). I work with folks on issues regarding family life: parenting and other relationships. In your therapy, I will work carefully to provide a calm, warm, safe space in which to explore your unique self, and what happiness, satisfaction, and fulfillment look like for you. As therapy progresses, we will talk about everything that is important to you.
(360) 800-1079
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Portland, OR 97217
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Sarah Elizabeth Campbell
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I have experience with complex trauma and substance abuse as well as anger management and suicide prevention.
Therapy can be hard, and I want to make it as safe and approachable as possible. We all have the potential to be our best selves, and I'm passionate about supporting people through the process of figuring out what that means for them. I treat the person who sits in front of me, whatever they come with - depression, anxiety, a history of trauma, illness, complex family and personal histories. I believe that self compassion and relationship are the key components for any therapeutic relationship.
(971) 306-5772
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Portland, OR 97213
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Brianna Hughes
Professional Counselor Associate, MA, LPCA
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Do you constantly worry? Have you had trouble completing tasks that once felt easy? Do you find yourself restricting your food intake or feeling badly after eating? Are you feeling suicidal or a desire to self-harm? Have you experienced grief, abusive family/romantic relationships, racism, sexism, transphobia, homophobia, or fatphobia? Do you feel stuck, finally want to put yourself first, find calmness, and have a safe-place to vent?
(971) 203-0585
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Portland, OR 97086
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Beau Henderson
LPC Intern, MA
Verified
Verified
I specialize in working with kids, teens and families as they navigate real issues like divorce, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, abuse, suicidal thoughts, stress, self-harm, ADHD, panic attacks, anger, loneliness, or spiritual identity.
Kids and teens face a challenging and confusing world where terrible things can happen. Sometimes kids need a safe place and a safe person, outside the family, to help them heal, grow and move forward with confidence. Most kids don’t like to sit still and talk about their feelings; they want to be understood and valued while having fun. We’ll keep this in mind as we work together to combine research-based and developmentally appropriate methods like play therapy, sand tray therapy, wilderness therapy and talk therapy to create a personal and intentional counseling process that is engaging, fun and healing.
(503) 406-3848
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Office is near:
Portland, OR 97206
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