Becky Nice, L.P.C., A.T.R.Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists
Talk and Art Therapy
Adults, Youth & Children
Are you, your child or teenager feeling stuck, overwhelmed or confused by life's
Are you or your family facing a transition that seems daunting and hard to
If so, then I believe I can help. If given support I believe people of all ages have the
courage, ability and inner strength to make changes.
I provide a trusting environment, free from judgment and infused with compassion
where an individual feels free enough to explore thoughts and feelings. Together, using
both art therapy and verbal therapy we can collaboratively begin to unravel tangled
issues until viable options emerge.
I offer support, guidance and an array of clinical
skills to help clients make informed choices that will enhance their sense of well being
and build meaning and satisfaction in their lives. Often I utilize art therapy as another
avenue of communication. Art therapy can serve as a way of creatively tapping into
peoples strengths and problem solving skills to help resolve issues. There are no
specific art skills needed .... art therapy is simply another way to look at things
I hold a Masters Degree in Art Therapy and Counseling from Marylhurst University. I am
a licensed professional counselor and a certified art therapist. Over the past 10 years I
have experience in assessing and treating children, adolescents and adults with a
variety of challenges that include ADHD, high functioning autism, bipolar, depression/
anxiety, obsession/compulsion, psychosis, trauma and grief and loss.
My specialties and interests include:
Depression and anxiety
Parent and child relationships
Trauma and abuse
Self esteem and self compassion enhancement
Aspergers and high functioning autism
I am committed to affordable therapy. I offer a free 30 minute consultation session to
determine if I am the right person to meet your needs. My standard fee is $80 for a 50
minute session and I offer sliding scale options.
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment please contact me at 503-853-6997
or email me at email@example.com
I look forward to meeting you.
Jennifer Morris, M.A., LPC Intern
Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists, Registered Intern #3011
Specializing in Adults, Aging Issues, Adult Caregiver Issues
Fees: $40 per session
Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul
And sings the tune without the words, and never stops at all...
from "Hope" by Emily Dickinson
Finding hope that a problem will get better can sometimes become a challenge in our lives, and finding a way to solve a problem can sometimes seem impossible. As your therapist, my goal is to help you clearly identify and explore the problem and provide the assistance, guidance and coping skills to address an array of mental, emotional and general life issues, and restore hope. I utilize an integrative, strengths-based approach to therapy, emphasizing brief solution-focused, cognitive-behavioral, and motivational interviewing techniques to help you tap into your strengths, identify and challenge thought and behavior patterns that contribute to the problem, and develop ways to do things differently and resolve or improve the problem.
I was born and raised in Oregon and earned my Master's Degree in Counseling from Lewis and Clark College. I am a Registered Intern with Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists.
Sometimes clients have a very specific problem for which they are seeking help, and sometimes clients just want to develop ways to live fuller, happier lives. I strive to instill and cultivate hope in my clients – hope for themselves, hope for those they love, and hope for the world at large. It is truly a pleasure to be able to help my clients appreciate the good in themselves and in the world.
I provide therapeutic services focused on:
Depression and Anxiety
Loss and grief
Aging issues/adult child caregiver issues
Coping with chronic illness
My rates are affordable at $40/session, and I offer a sliding fee scale for those who would otherwise not be able to afford the full session fee. I also offer a complimentary 30 minute introductory session via telephone or in person so that you can decide if I am the right therapist for you. I do not accept insurance.
I look forward to hearing from you via telephone or email!
Andrea Mize, L.C.S.W.
Oregon Board of Social Workers, License #7328
Specializing in Individual Adults & Seniors
I am a licensed clinical social worker who welcomes adults and seniors for individual weekly counseling. Productive therapy happens when a solid, trusting relationship forms between client and therapist.
My greatest strength as a therapist is forming that bond quickly with my clients so that we can identify and address the problem(s) together. Because this bond is so important to the therapeutic process,
I provide an initial free phone or in-person consultation to determine if we are a good fit. I offer brief, problem-oriented therapy (6-20 sessions) or longer-term, open-ended psychotherapy.
If we decide to work together, we can determine whether your concerns are best addressed by brief therapy or long-term work.
I received my BA in Psychology from the University of Akron in Ohio in 1995, and my MSW from Smith College School for Social Work in Massachusetts in 2013. I have provided psychotherapy and medical case management
in non-profit clinics for the last four years but am now pursuing private practice as a recent transplant to Portland from the San Francisco bay area.
Fees: My standard fee is $100 for a 50 minute session, but for those suffering financial hardship, I may be able to offer discounted fees. Please check with your insurance company to see if you have out-of-network coverage as you may be reimbursed for some or all of my fees.
Though I am open to working with any adult, the bulk of my experience has been with:
~ Older adults
~ People living with chronic illness, with specialty in HIV/AIDS
~ TG/GNC folks and/or their partners
~ Gay men
Areas of interest and specialty:
~ High functioning folks with Anxiety and/or Depression; Perfectionism
~ Life transitions
~ Gay men and aging
~ Identity Invisibility related to sexual orientation and chronic illness
~ Evolving/changing sexuality, gender, relationship identity including polyamory to mono shifts
~ Body image & acceptance – physical and sexual health at any age, ability or size
~ White racial identity and privilege work (based on work of Dr. Janet Helms and Dr. Robin Di'Angelo)
Please call me at 503-957-5947 if you have a hunch I might be the right therapist for you. We'll talk for 10-20 minutes at no charge, and if it seems a good fit, we'll schedule your first apointment within a week or two.