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526 North West 21st Avenue

Our North West Portland office is at 526 NW 21st Avenue, at the corner of NW 21st Avenue and Hoyt street
in the "Alphabet" District of NW Portland. Our entrance is on the Hoyt side of the building.



JayJay Hopkins, L.P.C.

I practice using a well-informed, well-applied integrative approach to therapy that is highly experiential, body-oriented, and person-centered. I have 15 years experience, and I celebrate and embrace diversity in both my personal and professional life. LGBTQI

ChrystalChrystal Nelthropp, M.A.

I provide Holistic Psychotherapy for Adults and Elders in an atmosphere that nurtures the client's authenticity in a relaxed, confidential environment. I work with clients to explore personal challenges, self-reflection and deepen trust in ones own inherent worth and basic goodness.


Tom Tom Wolfe, L.C.S.W.


Adult Counselor & Coach


SarahSarah Wolfath, M.A.


Psychotherapy, Reiki Energy Healing, Spiritual Guidance


moiraMoira Ryan, M.A.


Compassionate Counseling for Adults

Fees: $40
Welcoming Adults in and around the gender binary


NeginNegin Naraghi, M.A.


Professional Counseling for Adults, Adolescents and Couples

Fees: $40


sarahgwRev. Sarah Gramm Wolf, M.Ed.


Energy Practitioner & Spiritual Direction
Specializing in Memory Loss, Chronic Illness, End of Life
Support for clients, caregivers, loved ones
Sliding Scale Options

JayJay Hopkins, L.P.C.

Oregon Board of Licensed Counselors & Therapists

Counseling for Adults and Adolescents
Mind-Body-Heart, LGBTQI, Transpersonal, Gestalt

503-577-8115
Email: JHopkinsTherapy@gmail.com
Website: www.CounselingTherapyPortland.com

Welcome! And thanks for checking out my practice. The process of choosing a therapist can feel vulnerable and daunting; and engaging in a therapeutic relationship in order to address and work through your particular suffering takes incredible insight and courage.

We all get stuck sometimes; and we suffer.

Perhaps you struggle with low self-worth and feeling "not good enough"? Maybe you feel anxious, nervous, and are unable to release and relax? Perhaps you have particular "unfinished business" from your past that perpetually plagues you in the present, causing problems in your daily life and in your personal relationships? Maybe you intuit and feel a deep longing for experiencing more meaning, connection, and contentment in your life?

I can help un-stick you, and get you moving, flowing, and reconnected. As a deeply relational, engaging, and down-to-earth therapist, I will meet you where you are, just as you are, in an atmosphere of openness, warmth, and acceptance. You are the one true expert of yourself, and I am a well-traveled and resourced guide. Side by side, you and I will actively collaborate to traverse your personal terrain together, mindfully, with heart and humor. I will be there to challenge and support you on this path. With a present, here-and-now focus on integrating aspects of mind, body, and heart, we will embark upon a very experiential and interactive process of Self-discovery and healing. You will learn to cultivate deeper awareness and acceptance, and build incrementally upon your innate wisdom and personal strengths. An increase in vitality, groundedness, clarity, connectedness, self-worth, acceptance, and joy is possible.

I practice using a well-informed, well-applied integrative approach to therapy that is experiential, body- oriented, holistic, and person-centered. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists, and have a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology from Naropa University. I have 15+ years experience as a counselor working with individuals of various ages and multicultural backgrounds. I celebrate and embrace diversity in both my personal and professional life.

Because positive outcome in therapy is dependent on the quality of the therapeutic relationship itself, I encourage you to choose a therapist you actually like, and with whom you feel a strong connection. I offer an initial, 30 minute consultation session at no cost. This is a time for you and I to meet, and to see if we would be a good fit. My standard fee is $100 per session. I also offer a need-based sliding scale for those who cannot otherwise afford my services.

If interested, please check out my website for more information. I hope to hear from you soon.


ChrystalChrystal Nelthropp, M.A.

Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists, R2673

Holistic Psychotherapist ~ LPC Intern

Website: www.HolisticPortland.com
Telephone: 206-390-6249
Email: Chrystal@holisticportland.com

Life of health and well being, with less anxiety and depression is possible. If relocation, major life changes, or physical, mental and emotional symptoms are effecting you; you are not alone.

Holistic psychotherapy promotes self awareness and intention to create change. Through discussion, psychological interventions, somatic inquiry, and mindfulness one is encouraged to move through and release cycles of maladaptive behavior. Emotional insatiability, stress, fatigue and spiritual disconnect falls aside as life begins to have a greater sense of balance and ease.

Integrating body, mind and soul discovery into practice, I use theories from Gestalt, Mindfulness & Contemplative, and Transpersonal psychological disciplines.

Clients develop a personal self-care system, promoting pathways to their inner resilience. Uncovering who they truly are, clients feel more available to exploring their life purpose and meaning.

Selecting a therapist you feel is a good match for you is an important part of the process. I offer a free 30 minute initial consultation, to help us determine if we are a good fit.

For information and to schedule an initial consultation or ongoing session visit holisticportland.com


4 Tom Wolfe, L.C.S.W.

Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers, License L5547

Adult Counseling & Coaching
Clinical Supervision

508-404-6877
Email: phuntom@yahoo.com

Having a warm, understanding and knowledgeable counselor can make all the difference in getting unstuck.
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Offering sound and practical guidance and support, I would be delighted to provide a free telephone consultation to determine if I am the right person to help you make the decisions and changes that you want in your life.

Most of us know intrinsically what we need to do, but can use consultation to safely reflect, and overcome the barriers in the way . I will try to ask the right questions, present different perspectives and options, and will help you be accountable to your goals and plans.

I am a Cornell University graduate in psychology with my MSW from Boston College. I have worked on in- patient psychiatry, detox units, rehab facilities, health clinics, and Employee Assistance Programs. I can help with a broad range of issues, and enjoy dealing with addictive behaviors, relationship issues, and work-related problems. I help couples navigate their differences, and learn how to communicate openly and honestly.

I have provided Leadership Coaching and Consultation to managers to help enhance their Emotional Intelligence and Interpersonal Skills, and be more effective at their jobs.

My standard fees are $80-$100 per session, and I will consider sliding scale depending on my client's financial situation. I do not bill any insurance companies presently.

Most clients describe me as empathic and perceptive. I am results oriented and patiently try to collaborate with help clients to be focused on their goals and plans. I use CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and humor in my work, and believe that he who laughs, lasts.



SarahSarah Wolfarth, M.A.

Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists, Registered Intern R3476

Psychotherapy, Reiki Energy Healing, Spiritual Guidance

Telephone: 951-310-9709

Email: wolfarthsarah@gmail.com
Website: www.innerlighttherapies.com

I respect the unique and intricate experiences each client brings into the therapeutic relationship, and therefore approach each client with flexibility. My focus is on the mind, body and spirit in the movement towards long term healing and away from suffering. A crucial part of my practice is striving to meet each client where they're at on this journey that is life. The most important part of my role in the helping field and as a Reiki practitioner is to be honest and transparent.

I obtained a master's degree in clinical counseling psychology at California State University San Bernardino. Currently I am a PhD candidate at Pacifica Graduate Institute studying Depth Psychology with an emphasis on Psychotherapy. I have been a certified Reiki 2 practitioner sense 2007, offering a unique blend of spiritual guidance and energy healing.

I offer Individual and Couple Therapy, as well as Reiki Energy Healing Therapy and Spiritual Counseling.
Specific areas of focused interest and experience include:

  • Parent and child relations
  • Support for Adolescents
  • The LGBTQIA community
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Depression
  • Stress management
  • Emotional regulation
  • Grief and loss
  • Various Traumas
  • Personal Growth
  • Life transitions




  • moiraMoira Ryan, M.A.

    Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists, Registered Intern R3572

    Compassionate, Affordable Counseling for Adults ~ Fees: $40

    Telephone: 503-468-6998
    Email: counseling@moiraryan.com
    Website: www.moiraryan.com

    You're likely here because your life isn't quite where you'd like it to be. Maybe you're struggling with relationships, or finding yourself reliving old patterns that are causing you a lot of anxiety. Perhaps you're newly noticing that you don't like feeling so depressed, disconnected, and frustrated when everyone else on Facebook seems so much happier and more successful. Maybe you've been trying to solve these problems on your own for a long time, yet still feeling stuck in the same old rut.

    There are times in life when we just need someone to really hear what's going on, without bias or judgment. There is tremendous value in talking through your ideas, problems, and feelings with a professional who has the experience and training to help you process your pain and create a plan to turn things around.

    I hold a BA in Psychology from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a Master's Degree in Counseling Psychology & Addiction Studies from Lewis & Clark College. I have six years' experience helping adults across the lifespan and in and around the gender binary with increasing confidence and joy. My areas of focus include decreasing anxiety and isolation, exploring life transitions, and shifting unfulfilling relationship dynamics.

    My fee is $40 per hour, and I do have sliding scale slots available for those with limited access to resources. I look forward to hearing your story.


    NeginNegin Naraghi, M.A.

    Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors & Therapists, Registered Intern #R3732

    Professional Counseling for Adults, Adolescents and Couples

    Telephone: 858-344-8581

    Email: naraghicounseling@gmail.com

    My approach is collaborative, compassionate and honest. I honor each person's story and worldview and am committed to providing safe spaces for people of all communities and backgrounds.

    To ensure you receive the care that is right for you, I draw on an array of evidence based counseling approaches, with a particular focus on person-centered, existential and mindfulness therapy.

    I believe that we are each the experts of our own lives and that we have innate wisdom that can lead us to healing and change. However, life can be complex and painful and at times the challenges we face can feel overwhelming and prevent us from living the life we desire. Regardless of how these issues show up in our lives, it is our innate wisdom that propels us to seek support. As your counselor, I see myself as your ally in helping you get to where you want to be. I am committed to helping you connect with your own truth, find greater meaning in your life and deepen the connection you have with yourself and with others.

    I am passionate about empowering and engaging young people and working together with their families or caregivers to establish strong bonds of connection. Additionally, I understand the unique set of challenges entailed in relocation, displacement, migration and major life transitions and appreciate the role that each person's values, beliefs and backgrounds have on their approach to healing.

    I have an MA in Counseling Psychology from the University of British Columbia with additional in-depth training in group facilitation, youth work, intercultural education and couple's therapy. I have worked with children, adults and groups on issues of anxiety, stress, trauma, abuse, depression, loss, career planning and major life transitions. I have over 10 years of experience working with adolescents as a youth worker in high schools and community agencies, and over 8 years of experience working with immigrant and refugee communities.

    I offer a free 30-minute consultation to discuss your needs and determine if I am the right counselor for you. My standard fee is $40 per hour, with a sliding scale fee option depending on your financial situation. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have.

    I look forward to hearing from you and hope we can work together!



    sarahgwRev. Sarah Gramm Wolf, M.Ed.

    Exempt from licensure due to specific practice: Energy Practitioner, Spiritual Direction

    Energy Medicine Practitioner & Spiritual Direction
    Specializing in: Memory Loss, Chronic Illness, End of Life
    Support for clients, caregivers & loved ones

    Sliding Fee Options

    Telephone: 503-360-8086
    Email: sarahgrammwolf@gmail.com
    Website: www.sarahgrammwolf.com

    Sarah Gramm Wolf brings a unique breadth of training and experience to the work she does serving clients. Sarah practiced massage and foot reflexology for many years before being guided to her current practice of compassionate support for those dealing with memory loss, chronic illness and end of life.

    During her two years at Akron General Medical Center in Ohio, Sarah added to her understanding of grief, trauma, coma, caregiver pain, and her own emotional and spiritual pain. There she took part in a hospital chaplaincy program and she was credentialed as a minister with the Federation of Christian Ministries. In 2015, Sarah took a sabbatical to Europe.

    Memory Loss & Forgetfulness... "It hurts....I don't want to remember." Our bodies respond to these thoughts by helping us forget. Think of it this way. Something has happened in the person's life that is viewed as impossible to deal with. The body responds to longstanding beliefs, thoughts, and emotions. It begins to create a barrier in the person’s energy field that results in the person forgetting. But the progression of total forgetfulness can be interrupted. This progression can take years, and it is easiest to interrupt when the memory loss is first noticed.

    Chronic Conditions... Any condition, such as arthritis, diabetes, heart disease, asthma, HIV/AIDS, and addictions that persists over a long period of time is chronic. We begin with the premise that the illness holds clues to unraveling the imbalances in the energy field that contributed to the illness. Focusing on each of the levels of the energy field will tell us whether the illness is linked to thoughts, beliefs, relationships, emotions, or a combination. Together, we will unravel these imbalances encouraging the body to begin self correcting or healing.

    End of Life... Sarah guides individuals who are approaching end of life to participate with the inner dynamics of leaving the physical body. She helps families and caregivers validate their feelings, usually held in check by cultural taboos, and offers guidelines for natural, after-death care in a family-directed approach. By working with Sarah, you can be assured that she has the sensitivity to honor and respect the family's deep pain and need to be at peace with their loved one's last breath.

    Sarah offers sliding fee options, so if you or a loved one is faced with any of these issues, please reach out by calling Sarah at 503-360-8086.


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