Top addiction therapists in 97128: McMinnville, OR.

Real help for hurts and habits in 97128, 97128: McMinnville, OR. Internet, substance abuse, gambling, co-dependency, sex and pornography addictions.

Addiction Counselor

Dan Scarl, MS, CADC1

Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor

1655 Capitol St. NE, Salem, Oregon

For over twenty years, I have been counseling people to help them to overcome and recover from their addictions. (Ten of those years were working in a residential rehabilitation facility.) Mostly this has been with people trying to free themselves from addictions to alcohol, amphetamines or cocaine, or opiates. In the last few years I've also worked with people who were unable to control their use of pornography or impulsive sex -- which, it turns out, are also addictions! I have been certified in Oregon as a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC1) continuously since 2001.

Addiction Counselor

Danette Buchanan, M.S. LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

11855 SW Ridgecrest Dr. Suite 209, Beaverton, Oregon

I am a fan of 12 step recovery methods whether your issue is food, drugs or alcohol. It is a time-tested system that will help you address issues of denial, level of powerlessness and helplessness that may be at the root of your addiction. I am confident of this: You can be free from your addiction, if you really want to be. You will have to decide what/who is most important to you and take action.

Addiction Counselor

Melody Jackman, MA, CMHC

Clinical Mental Health Counselor

12511 SW 68th Ave., Portland , Oregon

In my work with addiction, it is important for me to treat my client with dignity and respect. I communicate in a non-shaming way that creates a safe space for clients to explore their triggers and create new alternatives. I believe that recovery is not just about quitting a behavior, but engaging in healthy behavior. I work with the individual struggling as well as significant others.

Addiction Counselor

Karen Nam, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (L#5719)

351 NE 80th Avenue, Hillsboro, Oregon

I am passionate about helping individuals embrace recovery and find freedom. I have my own recovery story and have experienced addiction issues up close. In my view, addictive behavior is often related to trauma or loss and develops as an adaptive strategy to cope with difficult or negative affective states and feelings. Healing, in part, involves learning new skills. I specialize in trauma/loss & addiction issues and assert that they are often closely linked. I am also a believer in the 12 Steps whether it be AA, NA, OA, or ACA etc. The transformation that can come from working the Steps is often profound.

Addiction Counselor

Stacy Henne, MS NCC QMHP

Youth, Individual, Couples and Family Therapist

16780A Bryant Road #9, Lake Oswego, Oregon

Addiction brings along with it a host of internal, emotional battles. Depression, anxiety, self-loathing and shame are merely a few of the challenges we face when struggling with an addiction. Your addiction doesn't have to define you. I will help you uncover the cause(s) of your substance abuse, and work with you to develop the awareness and tools necessary to work towards sobriety. Equally as important to your recovery, if a relapse occurs, I'll be here to support you.

Addiction Counselor

Jacqueline Ilana Bradford, MA LMFT (intern) NCC

Marriage Couples and Family Therapist

14523 Westlake Dr Suite12, Lake Oswego, Oregon

I use a Dialectical approach to abstinence. The use of DBT (dialectic behavior therapy). This therapeutic approach involves reading a DBT book, and homework. The client must commit to abstaining from the use of drugs, and alcohol and commit to working toward a life of total abstinence. A non-judgmental approach is taken should a relapse occur, with problem solving techniques to reduce the dangers of continued substance abuse.

Addiction Counselor

Miles Salisbury, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

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

Addictions usually begin to take life when the substance or behavior of choice we choose to use most often becomes compulsive. It begins to have a mind of its own. It becomes unconscious to you and takes over. When we compulsively seek these substances or behaviors (eating, sexuality, gambling, and many others) to relieve pain, check out or numb out, or find oblivion, we are addicted to them. Most often these are not bad in and of themselves, but when we become addicted to them and they begin to interfere with our lives on some or all levels we are at risk for many undesireable consequences. I will help you to interrupt the pattern and the power to find release.

Addiction Counselor

David Anderson, MA, LPC, NCC

LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor)

2500 Willamette Falls Drive Suite 104 , West Linn, Oregon

I have functioned as an addiction counselor for a Portland hospital as well as acted as the Senior Therapist at a local addiction recovery facility. I hold group sessions for people suffering with addiction issues. I see addiction as a comorbidity issue; therefore, I work with people's strengths rather than dwelling on their weakened state. I am a believer in moving forward and not dwelling on the past and it takes strength in accomplishing that.

Addiction Counselor

Deborah Orandon, MS, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

7409 SW Capitol Hwy #207, Portland, Oregon

I work with clients who are seeking help because they are ready to, or have recently, quit the addictive behavior or substance they have had an addictive relationship with and are seeking to dive into deep self examination and life change. The depth work that I facilitate uses a combination of techniques catered to the individual needs and interests of the client. We work to understand in new ways the needs the addiction was seeking to meet and help the inner pain that the addiction was trying to ameliorate. We address the lifestyle, environmental, work/educational, relationship and inner-relationship changes that the individual needs to make to support abstinence/sobriety, growth & joy.

Addiction Counselor

Barry McVay, M.A. - LPC - State of Oregon

Licensed Professional Counselor

Willamette Counseling Services - 0112 S.W. Hamilton Street, Portland, Oregon

I specialize in sexual and pornographic addiction recovery in a confidential, compassionate, and supportive environment. I work in collaboration with you to uncover, understand, grieve and heal these highly personal and delicate struggles. My approach is integrative versus the standardized 12 step and associated methods – employing the latest neurological, psychodynamic, attachment, family of origin, and addiction research and methods, using a customized treatment that is safe, empowering and effective.

Addiction Counselor

Ross Cohen, MA, LPC, LLC

Licensed Professional Counselor

325 NW 21st Ave., Suite 204, Portland, Oregon

Whether you’re struggling with alcohol, drugs, or some type of compulsive behavior (e.g., sex, relationships, eating, spending) you know how painful and difficult it can be to feel out of control. Fortunately, there is a lot that you can do to reverse this pattern. Processing trauma, shifting your belief system, and developing new skills and behaviors create a pathway to increased empowerment. I find Dr. Robert Miller’s Feeling-State Addiction Protocol, which uses EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing), to be very effective for working with addictive and compulsive behaviors. Imagine how it could feel if you – not the addictive behavior – were in charge of your life!

Addiction Counselor

Katje Wagner, PhD, LPC

Holistic Psychotherapist, Licensed Professional Counselor

1942 NW Kearney St, Suite 23, Portland, Oregon

Do you feel out of control? Do you need more of a substance, person, or experience just to feel good? Is the rest of your life suffering because of it? Addiction can take many forms – from drugs and alcohol, to food, sex, relationships, even exercise. You might have a sense that something is off balance or tried to stop many times, and maybe even feel shame because of it. Your own honesty and reaching out for support is the best thing you can do for yourself. The point is not just to stop whatever has taken over your life, but to find out why it is there in the first place. This is how you can discover the real reward and sustainable healing potential within whatever addiction you are facing

97128 is a zip code located in Yamhill County and part of McMinnville, Oregon. It has a land area of 106.869 square miles.  The population of 97128 is 36,141 people.