Our Belmont neighborhood office is just upstairs from the "Tao of Tea",
at 3430 SE Belmont, Suite 203 and Suite 205.
On-street parking is available, but during busy hours, you may need to park a block or two away.
Tri-Met buses serve both Belmont and SE 39th Avenue.
Gillian Scott, L.C.S.W.
Oregon Board of Social Workers
Psychotherapy & Counseling for Adults and ChildrenStress reduction, anxiety and depression
ADHD, sensory issues and learning disabilities
Challenging life transitions
Living with a chronic medical condition and seeking wellness
Women's issues (codependency, sexual difficulties, divorce, single parenting)
Finding Your Authentic Self
Many Insurance Plans Accepted
Gillian Scott, L.C.S.W., has been in the Social Work field for over 20 years working in a variety of settings, from hospitals (both medical and psychiatric units); home health; hospice to public schools and outpatient clinics. She enjoys working with children and adults of all ages.
Gillian approaches her clients with gentleness and acceptance, working collaboratively to assist them in reaching their personal therapy goals. Her curiosity, compassion, humor, problem solving skills, and respectful questioning help clients resolve issues and find deeper understanding and acceptance.
Gillian's specialties include:
Gillian's therapeutic methods include:
Self Compassion Mindfulness
Compassionate Communication (Non Violent Communication)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
"Walk & Talk" sessions in nearby Laurelhurst Park
Insurance Accepted: MODA, Regence BCBS, Tricare, Medicare, Pacific Source, HealthNet
NOTE: Gillian has a second floor office that is NOT ADA accessible.
Roza Skenderova, M.A., LPC Intern
Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists (Registered Intern); Clinical Supervisor: Johnna Voght, Psy.D.
Body-centered, Experiential Therapy for Adults
We are born with the capacity to thrive and be resilient. Often, we learn to compromise
our potential and brilliance in order to survive the impact of our early environments.
These early coping strategies, though needed, can become outdated and limit us in
adulthood. Therapy can re-awaken the forgotten and marginalized pieces of ourselves
so we can have more tools with which to navigate our complex and rapidly changing
I offer in-depth, holistic therapy that considers your bodily experience as essential to the
healing process. For example, when your hearts start racing, or you feel a knot in your
stomach, your body is telling us something important about your experience. As you get
a deeper felt sense of your experience, you may find you are able to make more
informed, intentional choices, rather than reacting habitually.
I focus on supporting people who have experienced marginalization, including queer,
trans, non-binary, bi-cultural and immigrant populations and also those who are looking
for an alternative to talk therapy. I specialize in working with anxiety, depression, and
trauma symptoms from a body inclusive lens, integrating somatic, social justice, and
attachment oriented perspectives.
Fees: I strive to make therapy accessible to a wide range of income levels and will work
with you to find a sustainable fee. Please inquire about my sliding scale options. If I am
unable to accommodate your needs, I will provide you with other resources and
The best way to find out if we are the right fit is to contact me. I offer a free consultation and would be happy to answer questions and further discuss how I might
be able to support you.