We have TWO suites in the Portland Medical Center building (right next to the famous "10th Avenue Food Carts!). The counselors listed below see clients in Suite #614 immediately to the right as you step off the elevators on the 6th floor.
511 SW 10th, Suite #614
Portland, Oregon 97205
Reaching us by public transit is easy -- the Portland Streetcar runs right in front of our building, and Tri-Met and MAX stops are within a block or two.
There's on-street metered parking, as well as three public parking lots within 3 blocks.
Roy Huggins, M.S.
Individuals & Couples ~ Change is a good but difficult thing.
Call to schedule a no-cost 50 minute consultation and we'll talk about living contently. 503-839-4825
Fees: $55-$90 ~ 日本語を話せます -- I speak Japanese.
Joey Ellen O'Connell, L.P.C.
Humanistic, Strength-Based, Relationally Focused Therapy
for Individuals, Couples & Families
ACCEPTING OREGON HEALTH PLAN/Family Care
Sam Wilson, M.S.W.
Professional Counseling & Therapy
Adults, Youth, Couples
Lisa Raney, L.P.C.
Professional Counseling & Psychotherapy for Adults
Saturday Appointments Available
Roy Huggins, M.S.
Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists, Registered Intern R2109
Counseling for Individual Adults and Couples
日本語を話せます -- I Speak Japanese.
I can speak in Simple English.
On Living Contently
Stress, worry and even depression are part of a healthy mind. Life is full of changes and transitions that make it hard to stay upbeat. It's difficult for all of us to live a contented life when we feel down, irritated, worried.
I’m here to help with that part.
I approach therapy from a humanistic, relationship-based perspective. Through our relationships with others, we can soften internal strife. My style is called “eclectic,” which means I use a variety of techniques depending on the situation, but I always maintain a focus on positive regard for my clients and my clients’ pain.
If you feel like you need help with living contently, give me a call or send me an email to schedule a no-cost 50-minute consultation.
Our initial consultation is no-cost. I offer a need-based sliding scale with special consideration for students and unemployed people.
Joey Ellen O'Connell, MFT, L.P.C.
Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists, C2472
Humanistic, strengths based, relationally focused therapy
for Individuals, Couples & Families
ACCEPTING "Family Care" Oregon Health Plan
I believe that individuals seek therapy as a way to increase self-awareness and promote positive relationships in their lives. I view my role as a therapist to be that of a collaborator on this journey, working to build on existing strengths and resources and to create a safe space to discuss these issues honestly, without fear of shame or judgment.
I hold a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Lewis and Clark College and have 15+ years of experience working with children in school, community and family contexts. I employ an eclectic approach with a strong emphasis on play, story telling, attachment, solution focused, and structural family therapies. My use of solution-focused theory involves exploring areas in clients' lives that are examples of successful relationships and problem-solving and finding ways to incorporate these positive interaction patterns into other areas of their lives. Structural family therapy involves looking at the boundaries in family relationships and working on defining roles that encourage safety and trust in both children and caregivers. Play sessions with young children and their caregivers include filial work to focus on the primary attachment relationship and improve communication and understanding between children and parents.
My work with couples often focuses on the unique challenges of
involvement with the foster care system
the effect of children on the couples' relationship
co-parenting and shared custody
Goals are co-created with each client to reflect the unique nature of their experiences, strengths, and areas for desired growth.
I offer a free 30-minute consultation to answer any questions and allow the client to determine if we would be a good fit. Thereafter, my standard fee is $90, and for those who are uninsured and under financial hardship, I offer a generous sliding fee scale. Please do not let finances be a barrier. I look forward to hearing from you!
Sam Wilson, L.C.S.W.
Oregon Board of Social Workers
Professional Counseling & Therapy for
Adults, Teens & Couples
No-Cost Initial Consultation
Do you feel trapped by circumstances beyond your control? Are you unable to escape negative thoughts? Have you forgotten why you made the decisions that led you to this moment? Talk therapy can offer a way forward. Therapy can be a safe space to catch your breath, to talk out ideas that feel strange or risky, and to devise a new strategy for reconnecting with your best self.
My approach to therapy is always client centered and solution-focused. I employ narrative, cognitive, behavioral, and strengths-based approaches to helping you identify paths to achieving emotional wellness and satisfying relationships. I strive to create a space that is collaborative and non-judgmental for every client. I favor self-reflective interventions because I believe that most of the positive change that occurs through counseling comes from self-learning. However I am happy to provide plenty of feedback and guidance upon request.
I have worked as a therapist and counselor for over 8 years in diverse roles ranging from career coach to crisis treatment in homeless and domestic violence shelters. My experience includes multiple clinical mental health settings, and I am comfortable consulting on your behalf with other care providers such as psychiatrists or naturopaths. I want to help you get the most informed and wholistic care possible. My work is informed by existential philosophy and the Taoist worldview.
I welcome adults, teenagers, and couples to my practice. My work with individuals often focuses on the following issues:
-Addiction and Dual Diagnosis
-Gaming, electronic, and other behavioral addictions
-LGBTA adjustment issues
-Depression (including Treatment Resistant Depression)
-Coping with a loved one's mental illness
My standard fee is $65 per hour but substantial sliding scale options are available if you are unable to afford this rate. I am now accepting open-plan clients insured through the Oregon Health Plan (OHP). Although as of August 2016 I am not able to accept Health Share or FamilyCare, I am currently working to contract with these CCOs and may be able to accept their insurance in the near future. I am currently available for 50 minute sessions in the afternoon and evenings. I offer free 15 minute consultations for first time clients to discuss your goals and explore whether I would be a good fit for your needs. If you have any further questions or would like to arrange a consultation, please don't hesitate to call or email me.
Mary Schindler, L.M.F.T.
Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, License: T1070
Affordable Licensed Therapy for Individuals (Children, Adolescents, Adults)
Couples and Families
Do you want to stop repeating unhealthy patterns and live a life that brings you an increased sense of joy, calm and health?
We can work together to address past traumas, decrease your feelings of anxiety and/or sadness, change addictive habits and improve your relationships. My style is collaborative, compassionate, active, and sometimes even fun.
I have been a marriage and family therapist for over 15 years and have success in providing compassionate and supportive therapy. The basis of my therapeutic approach is to create a safe environment based on trust and respect. I am trained in EMDR, body-oriented psychotherapy (sensori-motor), cognitive behavioral therapy, substance abuse counseling, and solution-focused psychotherapy.
I have worked successfully with many issues including:
* * Trauma * * Anxiety * * Panic Episodes
Depression * * Substance Abuse * * Grief * * Bipolar Disorder
Compulsive/Additive Behaviors * * Life Transitions * * Relationship Issues
My fees are $40 per 50-minute sessions. I also offer an affordable income-based sliding fee scale. Please call or text me at 831-295-3524 to discuss your specific needs, therapeutic goals and to schedule an appointment.
Lisa Raney, L.P.C.
Oregon Board of Licensed, Professional Counselors & Therapists
Professional Counseling for Adults
Saturday Appointments Available
If someone were to ask what makes me an exceptional Therapist, I would say it is my
ability to make my clients feel comfortable in a therapeutic setting, which for some,
as a first time client, can be very daunting.
As an older and seasoned Therapist, I have honed my skills at success with clients and attribute this mostly to life experience, which allows me to easily relate to clients,
thereby creating empathy while still maintaining professional boundaries (limiting
personal disclosure). Studies have shown that clients make more progress in
treatment, when they feel a connection with their therapist, feel that they care and that
their Therapist is an important and crucial part of their support system.
In my Therapy practice, I use a Client (person) Centered and Strengths Based
approach - In other words, I start where YOU are, even with just the smallest kernal
of success, and build from there.
I put aside clinical jargon and prefer a common sense approach in Solution Focused
Therapy, rather than use "repackaged" and "cookie cutter" therapies/theories. This
allows me to communicate on the client's level, thereby making goals more clear and
easier to accomplish.
My areas of interest and speciality are: Relationships (work, partner & family
conflict), Grief and Bereavement and Life Stages/changes (in particular - Older
Women's issues). I am also comfortable using the "creative" therapies such as music,
humour or art therapy, when appropriate.
Prior to being in the Mental Health field, I was an Educator and still consider myself
a Teacher and often use Psychoeducation and Bibliotherapy (recommend books) in
my sessions with clients. For those who are interested and in regards to my
Counselor's "toolbox", I do pull from a variety of Theorists/Therapies (Eclectic style)
such as Cognitvie Behavioral Therapy, Rogerian and Adlerian of which I have loads
of experience in using.
I look forward to hearing from you!