Hillsboro, Oregon Therapists

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Michelle Garfinkel
Certified Spiritual Counselor (VITA Method)
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

Spiritual abuse haunts so many of us. Strict religions and high-control groups can affect your life even decades after leaving them. From difficulties in the bedroom to feeling like old beliefs are tattooed on your brain, the residue of...
In-Person Sessions:

Portland, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

I am a certified trauma therapist who offers affordable therapy to individual adults who suffer from the effects of Trauma including childhood Abuse, adult domestic violence, near death experience and the the impact of Covid 19 Pandemic. I create a...
In-Person Sessions:

Oregon City, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

I help couples build communication skills so that they can be more emotionally intimate, healthy partners. I work with men in a variety of ways, including learning how to resolve conflict respectfully and understanding more about their anger and how...
In-Person Sessions:

Portland, Oregon

I work primarily from the Internal Family Systems model, which engages both client and therapist's innate capacities for courage and compassion as tools for transformation. My work is also informed by several other approaches; since therapy is a...
Devin Jones
MS, NCC, LPC
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Portland, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Portland, OR, with over 5 years of experience treating anxiety, depression, addiction, career barriers, chronic pain, trauma, burnout/ caregiver stress, and relationship difficulties. I provide in-person...
Christian Fauerso
LMHC, LPC 172
In-Person Sessions:

Salem, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

You are just not the same anymore after it happened. You now struggle to sleep, find connection with others, or ultimately experience joy in your life. You are stressed and you wish you could stop thinking about the event(s) but somehow you cannot...
In-Person Sessions:

Portland, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

"At the center of your being you have the answer; you know who you are and you know what you want" Lao Tzu Power comes from being open to exploring your inner strength as a means of gaining insight and knowledge. I strive to provide a safe,...
In-Person Sessions:

Portland, Oregon

I help people struggling with depression, anxiety, loneliness, isolation, and other life stresses. we have doctors, teachers, all kinds of people that help us along the way it only makes sense to have somebody to help you process through...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

Marla Christensen, MA, LPC, NCC Wellspring Individual, Couples, Family Therapy LLC, Owner/Founder, Marriage & Family Therapist, Serving Individuals, Couples, and Families. Welcome to Wellspring Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy LLC. Your...
Lisa Headings
MA, Expressive Arts Therapy
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

You do so much for others and never take time for yourself. You love the work that you do, but lately, you’ve been feeling totally drained. You feel overwhelmed, anxious, and depressed. You feel guilty even thinking about stepping back and worry...
Kala Lyman
LMHC, L.P.C
In-Person Sessions:

Vancouver, Washington

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Washington, Oregon

MY APPROACH ​ I am passionate about assisting individuals & families on their journey through life's challenging moments. I strive to assist individuals in finding fulfillment, engagement & empowerment in their life. While our past experiences &...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

With nearly 10 years of clinical practice, my clinical work experience has included integrating theoretical approaches that include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Emotionally Focused Therapy for individuals and couples, Trauma informed therapy,...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

My name is Meegan and I’m an LMFT who has been providing mental health services over the last several years. I treat all my clients with respect to their identity and culture. My philosophy and approach toward treatment is person-centered. I...
Gayle Waitches
Registered LPC Intern, DO
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

A lifelong learner and practitioner, I am both a physician and an individual and relational therapist intern. I obtained a MS from Portland State University while also immersing in a year-long internship at the M.E.T.A. Institute (Mindfulness...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

Sometimes we need a caring person, skilled at listening, who will act as a mirror, reflecting back our deepest knowing and personal truth. The act of entrusting another in this manner helps us to realign with our wisest self. We begin feeling more...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Washington, Oregon

It is my belief that people find their problems to be oppressive and they desire relief from them. I work from a systemic perspective and believe that symptoms are created and sustained through habits, cycles, and through the meaning one makes of...
In-Person Sessions:

Portland, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

The point of anxiety is to keep us from physical harm. Anxiety was tremendously helpful to our ancestors, keeping them out of harm's way by sounding alarms in their head and making them feel incredibly uncomfortable in order to survive dangerous...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

As a practical, interactive, solution-focused psychologist, my treatment approach is to provide support and feedback to help clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. With over 15 years of experience, I help clients find solutions...
In-Person Sessions:

Portland, Oregon

Do you often feel misunderstood and hurt? Do you feel as though your emotions are controlling you and you don’t know what to do to change that? Does it leave you feeling anxious and depressed? I know what that feels like and I can help with that....
Alli Blank
LPCC 15
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Beaverton, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

My clinical education and training began in 2003 in the communicative disorders department at CSUH. I graduated with a B.S in Speech-Language Pathology. After working in various school settings I returned to graduate school. I completed my...
Elizabeth Hartshorn
LMFT-Supervisor, LPC-SC 1, LPC-Supervisor 1
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Lake Oswego, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

Secure Telehealth Available! My specialty is helping the "Wounded Healer". My practice predominately consists of healthcare professionals. . I gratefully accept adult clients from all walks of life regardless of your profession! With over 25 years...
Troy Pound
NCC, MA,LPC-IN, MHCA
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Forest Grove, Oregon

As a husband, father, mental health worker, and minister, I have experienced my fair share of challenges. We all need an encouraging voice from time to time. I am ready to meet you where you are and support you in reaching your goals. I have...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon, Massachusetts

My work is informed by my life experience as a committed social worker, longtime member of a spiritual community, and mother of 4 adult children, including my youngest son who has Down's Syndrome. I graduated from Smith College School for Social...
In-Person Sessions:

Portland, Oregon

ABOUT ME I believe that the values of integrity, self-acceptance, self-compassion, and gratitude are essential to feeling fulfilled in your life and cultivating harmonious relationships. The Root&Connect way is to Feel Grounded, Be Focused, and...

An Overview of Mental Health in Hillsboro, Oregon

The 105,171 citizens of Hillsboro, Oregon, have much to be proud of when it comes to their city’s history and culture. Not only is Hillsboro the seat of Washington County and one of the largest cities in the state, it is also a hotbed of technology that includes a few corporate giants like Intel and Xerox. The mild climate, with its warm summers and mild, rainy winters makes this city a hub of outdoor locales that include everything from large parks and recreational areas to lush wineries.

Despite its falling unemployment rates, beauty and history, Hillsboro’s size has resulted in some problems with divorce and violent crime. These issues can lead to a variety of mental health issues that include addiction, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, bulimia, self-harm and drug or alcohol abuse. Many different factors affect the frequency and number of individuals who suffer from these issues and include:

  • Unemployment: Washington County’s unemployment is slightly below the national average of 6.6 percent. However, the majority of those unemployed belong to Native American or Hispanic families, increasing the risk for mental health issues among these households.
  • Divorce: Washington County has the second-highest divorce rate in the state. Separating from one’s spouse can be a stressful event that can lead to depression, alcohol abuse and other mental health problems.
  • Geographic Factors: Oregon has one of the highest suicide rates in the country, with most victims using firearms to end their lives. Those who live in rural areas and have limited access to mental health services, which has led to many suicides.
  • A Skewed Racial Demographic: The number of Caucasians living in Hillsboro is significantly larger than African-American and Pacific Islanders. Native Americans number fewer than one thousand in the city, which can lead to feelings of isolation and depression in the community.

Despite Hillsboro’s booming technological industry, nearly ten percent of the population of Washington County lives below the poverty line. This puts people in those families at risk for a decline in mental health, no matter their age. In general, men are at greater risk for suicide than women.

Challenges of Obtaining Therapy Service in Hillsboro

Oregon struggles with its reputation as having one of the highest mental illness rates in the United States. This can be especially challenging for the residents of Hillsboro, as the new resources coming into the state are located in Portland, which is nearly 30 minutes away from the city. For those who do not drive or have access to public transportation hubs, finding help can be difficult.

While there are several mental health services in Hillsboro and the immediate area that offer assistance to those who suffer from depression, anxiety and other disorders, not all of them specialize in the kind of treatment and long-term therapy that might be necessary to prevent suicide or other types of self-harm. This can be especially challenging for those who are actively suicidal and need immediate attention.

Finding Resources in Hillsboro

Individuals who are caught in the grip of a mental illness often feel hopeless, alone and worthless. They may also feel guilty and feel that they have failed their families, friends and themselves. However, there are ways to reach out for those who live in Hillsboro, and one of the best places to begin is with the city’s Department of Health and Human Services. They treat several different problems, including addiction, depression and anxiety.

Washington County currently has a plan in place to prevent as well as treat mental illness. In the meantime, those who are looking for low-cost services can reach out to Pacific University, which offers phone screenings, therapy sessions and ways for their patients to cope in ways that may help them avoid toxic behaviors.

Connecting With a Therapist in Hillsboro

The death of a loved one, divorce and the loss of a job can cause the onset of depression, anxiety and substance abuse. When this happens, those who experience it can feel like there is no way out. Fortunately, there is a way to reach out. If you feel it is time to get help, the directory found on E-Counseling can put you in touch with a local therapist and other mental health experts in your area. Take the first step by reaching out and asking for help via our online resource, as it can put you on the path to better health and a better quality of life for the future.