During this public health emergency, we remain open, and are accepting new clients for telehealth therapy services.
Current Blog Posts
Gender is not as simple as putting people into neat boxes of “male” or “female.” A useful way to understand gender diversity is the gender health model, which encourages people to fully explore all parts of their gender identity and gender expression. Gender identity is one’s internal sense of self as male, female, both, neither, … Read more Gender and sex are complex.
While it is common knowledge that sexual assault can be traumatizing, many people do not fully understand the profound effects it has on a survivor. As a society, we do not always discuss the immediate and long-term impact on the brain and body, but it’s important for both survivors and the people who support them … Read more The Effects of Sexual Assault on the Brain and Body
If you have gone through therapy or used other methods to heal from trauma experiences, you may have reached a point where you felt like your trauma was finally behind you. You felt happier in your day-to-day life, your PTSD symptoms seemed to subside, and your former triggers didn’t affect you like they used to. … Read more “I Thought I Was Over It!” – Coping with the Return of Trauma Memories and Feelings
Video: Dr. Elizabeth McIngvale on Navigating the Challenges of OCD http://ow.ly/79uj50BRzzz (shared by Brian Thompson, PhD http://portlandpsychotherapyclinic.com/brian-thompson-ph-d/) #OCD
3 simple mindfulness practices you can use every day http://ow.ly/oAYq50BNDjP (shared by Joanne Chan, PsyD https://portlandpsychotherapyclinic.com/joanne-chan-psy-d/) #mindfulness
Popular anti-anxiety medications may be highly addictive, FDA says. But is the warning too late? http://ow.ly/4M3Z50BNDeR (shared by Brian Thompson, PhD http://portlandpsychotherapyclinic.com/brian-thompson-ph-d/) #anxiety #addiction
Women worldwide are nearly 3 times more likely than men to report mental health impact from covid-19 http://ow.ly/XxgO50BND9N (shared by Brian Thompson, PhD http://portlandpsychotherapyclinic.com/brian-thompson-ph-d/) #covid19 #coronavirus #mentalhealth
Therapy & Counseling in Portland Oregon
At Portland Psychotherapy, we are committed to helping our clients who are struggling with anxiety, depression, and other life problems so that they can live fuller and more meaningful lives. Our commitment is not just to help our clients feel better, we help them to live better.
Our Colleagues Say It Best
This clinic is run by leading experts in the field, using evidence based methods that have been shown to work. If you are facing complex or long-standing problems then this is definitely the place to go. You will receive treatment from experienced, compassionate, well trained therapists who will deliver a high level of care. I have known and worked with Jason Luoma for over 6 years and can tell you that he is very committed to helping people develop lives that are fulfilling and satisfying.
Portland Psychotherapy is special. I have the utmost confidence in each of the clinicians here. They are compassionate, genuine, and have formed a model clinic in the scientist-practitioner tradition. They are committed to effectively implementing research-supported treatments and also work to advance the science in our field through psychotherapy research. The clinic enjoys an outstanding reputation among other mental health professionals as a top-notch evidence-based practice. This is a place I would refer a family member or close friend.
Portland Psychotherapy is a unique and valuable resource in our community as it is staffed by therapists trained in various specialty areas. Drs. LeJeune and Luoma, who started the clinic, are highly respected professionals in the community, known for their extensive knowledge and expertise as therapists, researchers, and trainers. I have referred several of my clients to Portland Psychotherapy and have been most impressed and reassured by the feedback I have received about their experience. I have no hesitation about continuing to refer my clients to Portland Psychotherapy and appreciate the high quality of care that is provided by the professionals in this practice.
Portland Psychotherapy is a unique practice. It not only provides knowledgeable, compassionate and highly effective treatments for their clients, but it is also a place where the therapists are actively involved in cutting edge clinical research to find ever more effective ways to serve their clients to help improve the quality of their lives. I know all of the therapists in this practice through participation in an ongoing peer consultation group for over 2 years, and I can say without hesitation that these are the professionals I would send my family and friends to if they needed help.