Counseling in Beaverton, OR. Find the Right Therapist.

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Miles Salisbury, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

12250 SW 2nd Ave, Suite A103, Beaverton, Oregon

My office is a safe, comfortable setting where you can find relief, and self explore and empower. I will tailor the psychotherapy to where you are at and with whatever is coming up for you, in an atmosphere free of judgment.

Danette Buchanan, M.S. LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

11855 SW Ridgecrest Dr. Suite 209, Beaverton, Oregon

As a pastoral counselor, I anticipate every client session as an opportunity to be a caring, healing presence for each person who has the courage to call. You will feel valued and respected in my office. We will explore the stresses in your life and seek solutions.

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Therapy Beaverton, OR

Counseling Greenburg, Tualatin, Lake Oswego, Durham, Kinton, Sherwood

Beaverton, Oregon is a suburb of Portland, located on the western side of the metro area. The city is located in the Tualatin River Valley, and has a very wet Pacific Northwest climate. In 2010, the city was honored with the distinction of being one of the 100 best places to live by Money Magazine. Beaverton is home to many high-tech companies such as Linux and Tektronix, which has given the area the nickname Silicon Forest. For a fun family outing, take the kids to Tualatin Hills Nature Park. Here your family is sure to enjoy the forests, ponds, and wildlife, all right in the heart of the city. Miles of hiking trails wind through forests and meadows, and the interpretive center provides insight into local flora and fauna.1 For an indoor adventure, take the family to Cinetopia Progress Ridge 14 to enjoy a big-screen movie.

Mental Health in Beaverton

The Alano Club provides dozens of weekly 12-step meetings for individuals that struggle with a mental health issue. Groups range in topics from alcoholism to eating disorders to working too much. Men's-only and women's-only groups are offered, as are groups specifically for gay and lesbian individuals. All groups are confidential, anonymous, and free. Call 503-222-5756 to inquire about specific group details.2

Several organizations in the Beaverton area seek to address the unique mental health needs of ethnic minorities. The Asian Health and Service Center is a non-profit agency that serves as a bridge between Asian and American cultures. Various culturally specific support services are offered, including stress management activities, social support groups, and recreational programs specifically designed to keep seniors active. One-on-one programming that focuses on emotional management is also available for individuals that are the primary caregiver of a loved one. To learn more, call 503-641-4113.3 Beaverton's Hispanic residents can access services at the Beaverton Hispanic Center. The center provides English-language classes to facilitate better integration into the community. Individuals that have been abused or neglected by a loved one can access culturally sensitive services as well. The Beaverton Hispanic Center also engages in outreach programs that seek to reduce drug use and crime among young people in the Hispanic community. For additional details, call 503-270-0272.4

Current Initiatives

HomePlate Youth Services engages in outreach to Beaverton's homeless youth. Volunteers visit local youth hang outs to deliver water bottles, snacks, hygiene supplies, and offer referrals to area agencies that can provide shelter, counseling, and other support services. Young people also receive outreach cards, which list the drop-in services provided by HomePlate, which include hot meals, shower facilities, and areas to hang out and meet new friends. Outreach cards also contain emergency contact numbers for use if a crisis arises. To volunteer as an outreach worker, call 971-238-3055.5


References

1. Tualatin Hills Nature Park. (2017). Interpretive Center. Retrieved from http://www.thprd.org/nature/programs/natureparkinterpretivecenter.cfm
2. The Alano Club. (2017). Meeting Schedule. Retrieved from http://www.portlandalano.org/meeting-schedule
3. Asian Health and Service Center. (2017). Weekly Clubs. Retrieved from http://www.ahscpdx.org/weeklyclubs.html
4. Beaverton Hispanic Center. (2017). Services. Retrieved from http://www.beavertonhc.org/services.php
5. HomePlate Youth Services. (2017). Outreach. Retrieved from http://www.homeplateyouth.org/outreach

Beaverton is located in Washington County, Oregon. It has a land area of 19.52 square miles and a water area of 0.00 square miles.  The population of Beaverton is 96,577 people with 37,238 households and a median annual income of $56,882. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Beaverton, OR

Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Beaverton is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Beaverton therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility