I offer online therapy to mitigate the hassle of commuting, taking time off and coordinating childcare. Clients love the flexibility that comes with therapy from the comfort of their home, the privacy of their car, or the convenience of their office. Whether you're curled up on a couch, or on a lunch break, I look forward to seeing you there!
Self-esteem & Body image
Sexuality & Intimacy
$80 | 50 minutes (Standard Couple/Individual session)
$100 | 75 minutes (Initial assessment for Couples )
Payments can be made via Stripe
Finances should not be a barrier to accessing the support you seek; if needed, I am happy to work with folks to set a fee that works for them, or provide a quality referral.
Philosophy & Approach
I utilize a systemic approach and evidenced based practices when working with individuals, couples and families. I collaborate with clients to create insight based action that improves emotion regulation, strengthens relationships and increases fulfillment.
When folks struggle with anxiety, depression, conflict or stress, the support they receive has important implications for their physical, emotional and relational well-being. I seek to create an environment in which clients feel comfortable, safe and confident that their treatment is customized to their specific needs. I help clients connect existing strengths to new skills and facilitate a process in which we collaborate to create innovative solutions to unique challenges.
I specialize in the Gottman Method of couples therapy. Based on more than 40 years of research, the Gottman Method helps couples develop skills that can dramatically improve the quality of their relationship.
In our work together, you can expect to learn how to:
Enhance your friendship
Manage conflict effectively
Rekindle romance and intimacy
Strengthen your parenting alliance
It is my mission to support you in your pursuit of progress.
Formal Education & Training
I hold a MA in Marriage, Couple and Family Therapy from Lewis & Clark College, a COAMFTE accredited program. COAMFTE accreditation holds programs to rigorous standards and requires students to complete comprehensive coursework in addition to 500 hours of direct client contact prior to graduation. To be eligible for licensure in Oregon, therapists must complete an additional 2,000 direct client contact hours under the supervision of a licensed clinician who has met criteria to be an approved supervisor.
I am currently working toward licensure under the supervision of Matthew Lovell, MA, LMFT. Contact Information: Matthewlovell.com | 503. 214. 0977 | email@example.com