Marriage counseling that Heals in Portland, OR. Restore Your Relationship.

Speak with the right marriage therapist in Portland. Real help for issues like separation, communication, infidelity, and finances.

Jeffrey Post-Holmberg, MA
Marriage Counselor

Jeffrey Post-Holmberg, MA

Individual, Couples, Family Therapist

2080 NW Everett, St. Suite 202, Portland, Oregon 97209 | 503-222-1168

I listen deeply and carefully to individuals, couples, and family as they tell their stories. I work with the connections between people, how change or lack of change causes something to happen somewhere else in the system. I look for secure and insecure attachments.

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.
Marriage Counselor

Kevin Fleming, Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

At Home or Private Discreet Intensives

Though we are not licensed marriage counselors, Grey Matters International, Inc. provides cutting edge brain optimization and rebalancing technology to better align the minds of partners to reduce conflict, increase hope---for the brain has the final word on change.

Deborah Orandon, MS, LPC, NCC
Marriage Counselor

Deborah Orandon, MS, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

922 NW Circle Blvd. Unit 160 #272 , Corvallis, Oregon 97330 | (503) 729-9662

I work with couples in which 1 or both members are Highly Sensitive and/or Gifted or Creative. My work honors the complexity and unique challenges these couples can have in communication and "togetherness", and helps each couple tailor their own best partnership design.

Amanda Buduris, Ph.D., CCTP-II, BCTP-II
Marriage Counselor

Amanda Buduris, Ph.D., CCTP-II, BCTP-II

Licensed Psychologist

Portland, Oregon 97204 |

I have dedicated my professional career to understanding attachment styles and what makes it difficult to have safe, secure, stable, fulfilling, meaningful relationships. Join me to feel better understood, heard, and loved by your partner.

Related Sites:
City of Portland
Oregon State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors

Marriage Counseling Portland Oregon

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Portland, Oregon was incorporated in 1851 with a population of 800. Today, over a 600,000 people live in the city proper and the metro area has a population of over 2 million people.1 Portland is Oregon's most populated city and the 23rd most populous city in the United States. With many suburbs, the city has older homes over 150 years old as well as many homes that are being built brand new. One of the more unique styles of homes is down in Scappoose where you can live in a houseboat on the Columbia River. The Columbia River is very important to the economy of Portland, particularly over the last two centuries when the shipping of crops and logs down Columbia was the best method of transporting goods to be exported.

Marriage and Couples Mental Health in Portland

Each year, over 10,000 marriages in Oregon come to an end, the vast majority of which are in the Portland metropolitan area.2 Marriages that end typically do so after a short period of time. However, sometimes even relationships that have lasted for decades end in divorce. Couples can grow apart for various reasons, although often it is the result of infidelity, finances, or drug or alcohol abuse. Separations can be devastating to couples, as well as to families with children.

The City of Portland operates the Gateway Center, a family support and prevention services agency. The Gateway Center offers counseling for children, adolescents, and adults. Victim's support services, legal aid, and many other essential counseling programs are offered to help families feel as safe as possible. Services are provided in a respectful, caring, and culturally sensitive way. Further information about the Gateway Center and it's program offerings is available by calling 503-988-6400.3

Family Services and Assistance Programs

The Multnomah County Family Services Unit provides numerous programs to help families promote positive change and strengthen their relationships. Case management plans are devised and implemented to coordinate family services between various agencies. Addictions services are provided to families who struggle with drug or alcohol use. Parenting skills classes are offered for parents who seek to become better equipped to raise their children. Case managers also help families develop social skills to improve functioning within the family and the community. For additional information about these programs, call please 503-988-4778.4


1. United States Census Bureau. (2017). State and County Quickfacts - Portland, Oregon. Retrieved from
2. Oregon Health Authority. (2017). Oregon Divorce Data. Retrieved from
3. The City of Portland. (2017). The Gateway Center On-Site Services. Retrieved from
4. Multnomah County Government. (2017). Family Services. Retrieved from

Portland is a city that is located in multiple counties- Clackamas County and Multnomah County and Washington County in Oregon. It has a land area of 133.45 square miles and a water area of 11.64 square miles.  The population of Portland is 632,309 people with 254,167 households and a median annual income of $55,003. .

Therapy Affordability Meter for Portland, OR

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Therapy in Portland 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 Portland therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Portland public health department.