Psychotherapists in Portland. Caring and Licensed Psychotherapy in Portland, Oregon.

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Danette Buchanan, M.S. LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within Driving Distance of Portland, OR

I am a psychotherapist in that I am specifically trained to listen to what you say and what you do not say. I see myself as a mirror sitting in front of you so that you can hear yourself and see yourself objectively. I "play your words" and body language back to you so that you can make decisions and make up your own mind about purposeful direction.


Caroline Resari, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

2143 NE Boadway Ave, Portland, OR 97232

You are the expert on you and yet may feel stuck in patterns that aren't working anymore. Being able to talk without judgement is something we most often don't experience. Having space to share, to problem solve, to be heard just as you are is so important. In addition, you will also be challenged gently. I view it as an interactice process, a conversation that we are co-creating.


Mary Krug, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

2100 NE Broadway, Suite 101, Portland, OR 97232

I have more than 12 years of experience helping people resolve anxiety, depression, trauma and grief. I help clients find the emotional support and confidence to lead more satisfying and effective lives, freed from self-limiting beliefs and behavior patterns that keep them stuck. I help them look closely at how they react to situations and how to undo what doesn't work, while helping them build stronger self-acceptance and greater self-esteem. In doing this, I use powerful but gentle tools such as EMDR and the Emotional Freedom Technique which help dissolve negative beliefs and replace them with positive attitudes and a sense of empowerment.


Deborah Orandon, MS, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

7409 SW Capitol Hwy #207, Portland, OR 97219

I draw from a variety of Experiential techniques (psychotherapy methods that work directly in session, with your present inner experience) to uncover painful perspectives held by distressed, inner-conflicted parts--which can take over & cloud your view of life. My preferred method is Internal Family Systems (IFS) which allows us to safely get to know the story & wisdom each part holds about the source of distress & what you need to heal. Listening in this mindful, compassionate way, to parts holding guilt, shame, anxiety, despair, burdens & conflicts allows for new understanding of conditions needed to heal. IFS teaches you how to soothe your internal system, whenever life challenges occur.


Jeffrey Post-Holmberg, MA

Individual, Couples, Family Therapist

2080 NW Everett, St. Suite 202, Portland, OR 97209

Compassion, empathy, listening deeply, a sense of trust between Client and Therapist... These are some of the keys to successful Psychotherapy. I work collaboratively with Clients to discover how they see themselves and their place in this world. These narratives, that each of us writes for ourself, can be an important part of how balanced and healthy we feel on a daily basis. The rewriting of these stories can produce a positive change that Clients who work with me begin to realize. Some Clients will identify that they have suffered a breach of trust or an attachment loss at some point in their life. We work together to compassionately identify how that breach of love can be healed.


Jon Fox, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

4531 SE Belmont St., Suite 318, Portland, OR 97215

My approach to psychotherapy uses a combination of talk therapy and mindfulness-centered approaches. I believe we can get to the core of your concerns by helping your mind and body communicate to each other to find healing. By understanding the unconscious motivations for your feelings and behavior you can understand the deeper needs you want met rather than letting your emotions control you. I will help you unlock your emotional blocks to feeling connected to others, to feeling satisfied, to achieving your career goals, to communicating effectively and compassionately with your partner.


Sarah Gregory, MA, LMHCA

MA Professional Counselor

12 SE 14th Ave, Suite 203, Portland, OR 97227

I use psychotherapy as a means of encouraging my clients to explore their thoughts and feelings out loud in a safe space. I am continually awed by the power that this very basic setting possess, and through psychotherapy my clients can tap into that power and realize their own inner power in the process. I also believe that the process is just important, if not more so, than the destination itself.


Katje Wagner, PhD, LPC

Holistic Psychotherapist, Licensed Professional Counselor

1942 NW Kearney St, Suite 23, Portland, OR 97209

As a clinical somatic psychologist, I create a safe and compassionate space where together we will address the issues, conflicts, and concerns that disrupt your life. Whether relationship challenges, depression or anxiety, physical health concerns, work stress, or the many other life experiences that can become too difficult to ignore - the first step is reaching out for support. Taking a holistic approach, we will explore the full picture of your situation and most importantly discover new awareness that brings insight, relief, and opens up new possibilities for growth, sustainable change, and greater fulfillment in all areas of life.


Ross Cohen, MA, LPC, LLC

Licensed Professional Counselor

325 NW 21st Ave., Suite 204, Portland, OR 97209

Psychotherapy is an effective way to build awareness, gain insight, and make sense of your life. But therapy can go far beyond this – you can work through the core issues that hold you back in life. Whether you’re struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship problems, or other related issues, trauma may be at the root of the problem. I find EMDR – a very powerful counseling technique - to be extremely useful for processing trauma and the symptoms that it creates, such as uncomfortable emotions, negative self-beliefs, stress, and low self esteem. Feel free to visit my website for more information ( or set up a free consultation so we can discuss how I can help you.


Judith Potts, M.A,

Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Certified Coach

6115 SE 40th Ave., Portland, OR 97202

People go to therapy for many reasons; for example: to feel better, to break old or unhealthy patterns of coping that no longer work, to increase self-awareness, to understand how they ended up where they are, to deal with major life transitions, to improve self esteem and self-acceptance, to cope with stress and unmanageable situations, to have better relationships. If you find yourself in a frequent negative state of mind, if you're repeating the same mistakes, dissatisfied with your life and the way you're using your precious time, if you're stuck, then you can benefit from Psychotherapy. There are many approaches, and I know we can find one that works for you.

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