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Our Belmont neighborhood office is just upstairs from the "Tao of Tea",
at 3430 SE Belmont, Suite 206 and Suite 207.
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.

gillianGillian Scott, L.C.S.W.

Psychotherapy & Counseling for Adults and Children
Many Insurance Plans Accepted
Compassion, Curiosity & Humor

ray"Ray" Rachel Humphrey, M.Ed.

Holistic Counseling for Adults
Somatic and Eclectic Approaches
Income Based Fee Scale

anneAnne Sinkey, M.S.W.

Individual Therapy for Adults
Queer, Trans, and Poly-friendly

gillianGillian Scott, L.C.S.W.

Oregon Board of Social Workers

Psychotherapy & Counseling for Adults and Children
Many Insurance Plans Accepted
Email: Gillian77Scott@gmail.com

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:

  • Stress 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)
  • Family relationships
  • Finding Your Authentic Self

  • Gillian's therapeutic methods include:

  • Self Compassion Mindfulness
  • Compassionate Communication (Non Violent Communication)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Insight 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.

    ray"Ray" Rachel T. Humphrey, M.Ed., LPC Intern: Clinical Supervisor, Daniel Schiff, Ph.D.

    Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists, Registered Intern: Clinical Supervisor, Daniel Schiff, Ph.D.

    Creative, Collaborative Therapy for Adults
    I strive to provide services for people of varying financial means, I have an income based fixed ratio sliding scale, please inquire.

    Email: Ray@AwenSomaticTherapy.com
    Website: AwenSomaticTherapy.com

    Have you tried talk therapy and had the hunch there was more to healing that "talking it out?" Are you a professional or personal caretaker in need of healing and support? Are you creative, highly sensitive, or of a diverse lived-experience, seeking a more meaningful approach to change, healing, or recovery?

    We all come to crossroads in our lives when we are ready to move beyond the place we are and to come home to ourselves. Together we can work towards your embodied well-being.

    I work with a variety of issues through a holistic lens, this means the whole of your existence matters: mind, body, spirit, and community. My approach to the therapeutic process, with individuals and partnerships, is collaborative, creative, experiential, and naturalistic. I use an integrative approach informed by: narrative therapy, somatic psychology, Somatic Experiencing®, evidence based mindfulness, attachment theory, and research related to neurodiversity, interpersonal neurobiology, and trauma. I believe that each person, and relationship, holds within many possibilities toward well-being. I see each as truly being the expert of their life, with a wealth of experience and resources to tap towards the exploration of change, growth, and recovery.

    If you decide I am a good fit for you, we will work collaboratively: mindful of your whole experience, guided by bodily awareness, and, honoring of personal lived experiences. Together, we will practice from an intersection of mind-body connection, social justice, mindfulness, creativity, and, overall lived experience.

    Please feel free to inquire about your specific needs if you are considering working with me.

    My clinical work has come to focus on the following, however, this is not an exhaustive list:

    *Professional Caretakers/Emotional Laborers
    *Highly Sensitive Persons
    *Creativity, neurodiversity, sensory processing, and multiple learning styles
    *LGBTQ+: navigating gender and non-traditional relationships
    *Navigating & Supporting the Healing of Trauma and Chronic Illness
    *Approaching & Maintaining Recovery
    *Depression, Anxiety, Body Image struggles, Stress Management
    *Non-normative Identities and Sociocultural stressors

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    anneAnne Sinkey, M.S.W.

    Oregon Social Work Board

    Individual Therapy for Adults
    Queer, Trans, and Poly-friendly

    Email: TherapyAnne@GMail.com
    Telephone: 971-344-8405
    Fees: $75/session

    Humans are amazingly creative, adaptive creatures. But sometimes the ways we've coped and survived--the stories we tell ourselves, the relationships we create, the behaviors that get us through the day--no longer work for us. Therapy offers a place for us to imagine and practice new ways of thinking, feeling, and being in the world. Strategies from mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral, and narrative approaches to therapy can be helpful as we do this work together, depending on your unique history and situation. My job is to work in partnership with you, to listen to and reflect your wisdom, and to support you in creating the life and relationships that you want and deserve.

    I have a Master's in Social Work from Portland State University and a PhD from the Graduate Institute of Liberal Arts at Emory University. I became a social worker after several years in higher education, where my research focused on feminist/queer politics and racial equity. This background helps me stay aware of how society both enables and limits our choices in life: often, our "problems" are the result of oppression or powerlessness, not the fault of our own personal failings. In this way, political resistance starts with us practicing new ways of being in the world.

    I have worked with activists, artists, students, bodyworkers, survivors of trauma and assault, LGBTQ and non-binary clients, and individuals in non-monogamous relationships. I try to create a body-positive, anti-oppressive environment where we can explore issues such as anxiety, depression, body/sexual shame, gender & sexual identity, chronic illness or disability, disordered eating, addiction, or a general desire for more meaning and connection in life.

    I only accept cash-pay clients at this time (no private insurance). My fees are $75/session, and I offer a limited number of sliding scale sessions for low-income clients. I am supervised by Dr. Adrienne Wolmark and abide by the Code of Ethics for Oregon Social Workers.


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