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Peggy Van Duyne, M.S., N.C.C., L.P.C..
Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists License #C2409
I believe we have the power to improve the thoughts and feelings that keep us from achieving our full potential. In "becoming ourselves" we hope for time and space to explore, "tinker" and ask questions without judgment. This is what I strive to give to each and every client.
I am GLBTQ friendly. I see adults and adolescents. I offer an adolescent girls emotional regulation group.
I will work side by side with you using a varied and flexible approach including Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Interpersonal Neurobiology, Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Person Centered approaches.
GLBTQ friendly, Substance abuse, Depression and Anxiety, Grief and Loss, Trauma, Life Transitions, Adolescent Development, Emotional Regulation
Fees: $80/session. I offer a sliding scale option. Insurance Accepted: Aetna, United Healthcare/United Behavioral Health, Pacific Source, Reliant Behavioral Health (all plans and EAP), Samaritan, Health Net/Mental Health Net, EBMS, E4Health/LifeScope (EAP)
Please check out my website for more information: MindfulLotusTherapy.com
Jessica Weimer, LPC Intern, M.S., NCC, BCN
Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists, Registered Intern; Clinical Supervisor ~ Keith Mackie, L.P.C.
Board Certified Neurofeedback Practitioner
Serving Adults & Youth ~ Counseling, Mindfulness, EMDR
Jessica has always been interested in the idea of self-regulation and what factors can facilitate or inhibit an individual's ability to make changes in their lives. The idea that we are capable of change, that the
brain is able to learn new behaviors, or "rewire", led her to study neurofeedback, or brainwave biofeedback. Utilizing this technique, Jessica is able to guide clients towards better emotional regulation, enhanced attention and improved cognitive functioning.
Jessica has worked since 2010 as a neurofeedback clinician, specializing in addressing anxiety disorders. Additionally, she completed her counseling internship working with adolescents and their families at
Response, a part of Jewish Child and Family Services in Chicago, IL. In her free time she loves to travel,
take walks and spend time with her family.
Jessica's practice approach includes neurofeedback, EMDR, counseling, and mindfulness techniques. She
is Board Certified in Neurofeedback and has a Master's Degree in Counseling.
Please visit her website
for more information.
Jiro Isetani, M.A.
Exempt from licensure requirements due to specific area of practice: ProcessWork
If you are searching for something different ~ a therapist who will put your needs first, and leave diagnosis and labels at the door, I may be able to help you.
I am a facilitator of what is called "Processwork." (You can learn more about this unique approach to wellness at www.processwork.edu
This trans-disciplinary approach includes dream work, shamanism, Taoism, quantum physics and social activism. Yes! - quantum physics and social activism!! Process work is an alternative way of working through the challenges of this human life. It is a non-diagnostic, non-pathologizing approach for problem solving of human life difficulties and personal growth.
In order to follow each person's process, we explore feelings, body sensations, altered states, self-expression (movement, visual access, art and creativity), relationship, and social issues.
I offer one hour Process Work sessions for individuals, couples (including non-romantic relationships) as well as family/groups (3 or more people). I have been studying Process Work for many years and completed a Master's degree (MACFOC) in 2011 at the Process Work Institute here in Portland. However, my professional background is in the information technology field so I am particularly good at working with scientific or technical people.
I support all people including those who are gender non-conforming, poly, LGBTQIA and hetero, cisgender monogamous men. I work with individuals, couples and partnerships, families, and organizations.
My personal interests include contact improvisation and ecstatic dance. I volunteer with my Neighborhood Emergency Team, and have learned radio emergency communication. I have also organized and facilitated community Open Forums at Process Work Institute, and have been a table facilitator at Race Talks.
My life's purpose is to work to create something more exciting than war, and simultaneously, more sustainable than peace ~ inside each of us, and in this world.
My fee is just $40 per hour. I accept cash, check and paypal. Please call or text me at 503-805-4534 or send email to: email@example.com to schedule a session.
Jose DelHoyo, M.S.W.
Bi-Lingual (Spanish & English)
Professional Counseling for Adults, Youth, Families & Couples
No-Cost Initial 15 minute consultation appointment
As an English/Spanish bilingual therapist I bring fifteen years of mental health experience working with individuals with depression, anxiety, stress, self esteem issues, trauma, anger, substance abuse, cultural conflicts, gender roles, crisis, family dynamics, and I use a holistic and humanistic approach.
In my practice, I offer a no-cost face to face or telephone consultation to see if I am the right person to help you get where you want to go.
Welcoming adults, couples, adolescents and families, I specialize in mental health and addictions as well as cultural issues. I hold a Masters degree in Social Work and a Masters degree in Spanish from the Sacramento State University in California.
I moved to the United States from Europe thirty years ago, adjusted to the American way of life and became a citizen. I have a lot of life experience to draw upon, and I am also a teacher and a medical/psychiatric interpreter. I enjoy people, languages and traveling. I look forward to hearing how I might be of help to you.
Desiree Guzman, M.S.W.
Professional, Affordable Counseling for Adults,
Couples and Youth ~~ LGBTQ Welcoming
I believe that people have an unlimited capacity for change and growth throughout the course of their lifetime. As a therapist, my job is to meet you where you are in the therapeutic process, to support you, and provide tools to assist in navigating obstacles as they arise in our work together.
Part of that process involves checking in with you to see what is working for you in our meeting together and what is not, so we can work together and find solutions.
Some areas of specialization include providing trauma informed care, working with at-risk populations, assisting families in working through the grief process, as well as providing couples therapy. I obtained a Master's Degree from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a program emphasis on cultural competence. My work experience includes working for the State of Texas for a period of five years where I trained new staff. I have also worked with hospice and home health agencies.
My theory base and treatment approaches are: Solution Focused, Strengths Based, Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectical Behavioral, Mindfulness, Bibliotherapy, as well as Motivational Interviewing.
I see individual adults, adolescents, and couples and I am LGBTQ friendly.
Please call me with any questions or to schedule our initial meeting. You can reach me at 503-569-3923 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please do not let finances stop you from seeking assistance. I'm able to offer generous sliding fee options for those struggling with financial hardship.