PO Box 33128, Portland, OR 97292

Counseling & Psychiatric Providers

*Providers who can prescribe medication are noted with*

Lesley Alter, LCSW
Energy Matters
BBC Member
503-624-1974
9860 SW Hall Blvd., Suite B
Tigard, OR 97223
also
530-286-1004
8532 N. Ivanhoe, Suite 203
Portland, OR 97203
lalter@energymatterspdx.com
www.energymatterspdx.com
Provides brief, solution-focused therapy to individuals and families coping with
depression, self-esteem, co-dependency and relationship problems. Also provides
energy work in using the body to heal itself from trauma, depression, and anxiety.
Special interest in postpartum and prenatal depression as well as birth trauma
and fertility issues.

Catherine Bice, LCSW
8315 N. Denver ave.
Portland, OR 97217
503.512.9466
www.kentonwellness.com
I am a social worker who has been practicing since 2000. My focus is on helping people relieve symptoms, feel better, and gain a deeper understanding of themselves and their lives. I use a variety of therapeutic techniques to help clients achieve their goals. I am particularly interested in working with women who are pregnant and post-partum and are struggling with issues of anxiety, depression, traumatic/difficult births or fears about an upcoming birth. I believe this is an important time in a woman’s life and getting support and self-understanding allows this to be a transformative time.

Grace Cantor, MA
Nurture Counseling Services
Knott Street Health Center
443 NE Knott St.
Portland, OR 97212
(503) 894-0547
grace@nurturecounselingpdx.com
www.nurturecounselingpdx.com
Nurture Counseling Services is a holistic counseling practice located in NE Portland. I specialize in working with women experiencing pregnancy and postpartum depression and anxiety.  I also work with women who have experienced miscarriages and traumatic births. My style is warm and collaborative and Knott Street Health Center is an inviting and healing space. I strive to create a relationship characterized by trust, safety, and hope. Sliding scale services are available.

Sara Carmona, LCSW
Hollywood Mental Health
503-477-4969
1827 NE 44th ave.
Portland, OR 97213
www.hmhpdx.com
I offer compassionate, collaborative, and nonjudgmental counseling to address issues related to parenthood including pregnancy, miscarriage and infant death, depression/anxiety and traumatic birth experience. As a therapist I create a safe and nurturing environment so you may explore challenges, strengthen inner resources and learn skills to use moving forward. We will use conversation, mindful awareness, and mind/body interventions to explore your emotions, make decisions that fit your values and live a more fulfilling life.  My office is located at Hollywood Mental Health, an interdisciplinary clinic that blends therapy with psychiatric services for clients who may benefit from medication therapy.

Wendy N. Davis, PhD
503-246-0941
7239 SW 34th Ave.
Portland, OR 97219
wdavis@postpartum.net
Executive Director for Postpartum Support International. Specializes in supporting women and their families through pregnancy, birth and postpartum, encouraging prevention, recovery, and hope. Provides consultation and professional training and coordinates with medical providers.

Jennifer Fergusson, MA, LMFT Intern
Western Psychological and Counseling Services
503-624-2600
7455 SW Beveland St.
Tigard, OR 97223
www.westernpsych.com
Jennifer received her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Pepperdine University. She enjoys working with couples, families, individuals and groups. Jennifer deals with clients who have a wide range of issues including communication problems, family issues, depression, anxiety, and Perinatal and Postpartum mood disorders as well as issues related to stress management, parenting challenges, relationship issues and Health/Women’s Issues.

Robin Gibler, LPC
Aiyana Counseling
7822 SW Capital Hwy, STE 5
Portland, OR 97219
robingibler@gmail.com
aiyanacounseling.com
As a therapist, my goal is for each person I meet to feel accepted and valued. My counseling style is warm, engaging and supportive. My approach is positive and draws on my client’s strengths and resources. My counseling is a blend of insight oriented therapy and practical interventions and is informed by psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral and mindfulness-based theories. I support a holistic model of health and can coordinate care with other wellness providers as desired.

*Adria Goodness, CNM, PMHNP-BC
BBC Member
971.220.8338
1620 SE Claybourne St.
Suite A208
Portland, OR  97202
adriagoodness.com
Offering comprehensive psychiatric care to women and couples who are preconception, pregnant, and postpartum.  Can address mood, anxiety, and other psychiatric disorders as well as grief and loss, infertility, multiple gestation, and previous reproductive trauma.  Treatments include psychotherapy and/or medication after thorough informed consent.  Therapy may focus on early childhood relationships, losses, and strengths, current interpersonal support, and self-esteem.  Often includes logical problem-solving to address infant feeding challenges, parental exhaustion, and division of household tasks during times of change and stress.  Diversity welcomed and honored.  Happy to collaborate with obstetric, fertility, and primary care providers.

Natalie Harper
503-707-0808
15100 Boones Ferry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
I work with mothers and their partners struggling with Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders during pregnancy and postpartum. Whether coping with PMAD, infertility and grief, or trying to quit substances, I offer a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship. I am located in Lake Oswego and utilize a Humanistic and CBT approach in my practice. I will work with you to tap into your personal strengths for bringing about the recovery you desire.

Kassie W. Hughes, LPC
503-915-4222
8113 SE 13th St
Portland, OR 97202
info@kassiehughes.com
www.kassiehughes.com
I am a licensed counselor for teens, adults and families specializing in women’s issues for the past decade. I am passionate about the journey into motherhood and validating both the universal challenge of parenting as well as your unique story. I am also expert at treating disordered eating and body image concerns. Children welcome. Evening and weekend appointment times available.

Rita Hill, RN, PsyD
Springwater Therapy, LLC
503-690-0306
1324 SE Spokane Street
Portland, OR 97202
www.springwatertherapy.com
I worked at Wildwood Psychiatric Resource Center for 15 years which was conceived with a focus on Pregnant and Post-Partum Women. At Wildwood, I developed a passion for, and expertise in, working with this population. My passion comes from the opportunity to have a positive and lasting impact on new moms, and their partners, families, and close relationships.  For me, this is a privilege and incredibly rewarding.

Kaiser Permanente

Beaverton OB/GYN Clinic:
503-520-4906 (Advice Nurse)
503-350-2450 (Appointments)
Sunnyside Medical Center Maternity & Women’s Health:
503-571-4753
Mt. Tabor OB/GYN Clinic:
503-571-2616
Rockwood and Division OB/GYN Clinic: Sandi Hall
503-674-4750
East Interstate OB/GYN Clinic: Regina Tricamo
503-280-5053
Cascade Park & Salmon Creek OB/GYN Clinic: Diane Bader
360-571-4241
Westside Medical Center and Perinatology: Erin VanKleek
971-310-3521
Support & counseling resources are available for Kaiser members who are experiencing depression and/or anxiety during and after their pregnancy. Our women’s health social workers are available in most OB/GYN clinics and can coordinate care with your medical provider. Our supportive services also address infertility, domestic violence, grief/bereavement and plans for adoption. Surrogacy, high-risk pregnancies and pregnancy options counseling.

*Lifeworks NW
503-645-9010
888-645-1666
intake@lifeworksnw.org
www.lifeworksnw.org
Prevention and treatment services offered to families, children and adults –from physician and social services providers. Call to schedule an appointment.

Fawn McCool, LCSW
(503) 496-6712
www.fawnmccool.com
I provide in-home individual therapeutic services exclusively to families who are currently experiencing or have experienced a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) stay. I know from personal experience how a NICU stay can impact one’s capacity for self-care. Taking care of yourself is critical during this time. A therapeutic relationship is restorative and emotionally regulating. I would be honored to walk alongside you on your journey. My therapeutic approach combines compassionate listening with practical evidence-based solutions to help you heal and regain balance in your life again.

Motheroots Counseling
Gaby Donnell, LCSW
BBC Member
503-287-2295
Laurie Cox, LCSW
BBC Member
503-819-6354
823 NE Broadway St.
Portland, OR 97232
www.motherootscounseling.com

Motheroots Counseling was established in 1996 and is committed to helping women and their partners connect with their own wisdom. We honor the courage it takes to discover your own path on the journey to motherhood. Gaby and Laurie can help you address an array of concerns including: fertility, perinatal and postpartum mood disorders, childhood trauma, birth trauma, and loss. Laurie and Gaby use modalities which attend to the heart, mind, and body. We value and have pursued knowledge and experience to work with our diverse community, and welcome all clients.

*OHSU Avel Gordly Center for Healing
503-418-5311
621 SE Alder St, Ste. 520
Portland, OR 97205
agch@ohsu.edu
Individual and group counseling and medication management. Sliding fee scale available for Multnomah County residents.

Providence Beginnings
Main Line: 503-215-9160
447 NE 47th Ave Suite 200
Portland OR 97213
http://oregon.providence.org/location-directory/p/providence-beginnings/
Providence Beginnings is a maternity case management program for women who plan to deliver their babies at a Providence hospital. We are a group of specialized social workers and nurses who will help you have the healthiest pregnancy possible and support you as you become a new mother. We provide emotional support; education related to pregnancy and parenting; referrals to community resources, information and support regarding mood concerns or postpartum depression; connections to mental health services, substance abuse treatment and domestic violence services; and coordination with health care and community providers to help you get the services you and your baby need.  Our support can begin on your first prenatal visit or any time during your prenatal care, carries through to your hospital stay, and continues for up to eight weeks after your baby is born.

*Psychological Service Center of Pacific University
503-352-2400
511 SW 10th Ave. Suite 400
Portland, OR 97205
www.pscpacific.org
Offers both individual and group counseling dealing with depressive and anxiety disorders, as well as medication evaluation with a psychiatric nurse practitioner for those actively involved in psychotherapy. Sliding fee is available for all services.

*Caroline Jones Redstone, CNM, PMHNP-BC, DNP
503-719-8865
2306 NE Glisan St., Suite 202
Portland, OR 97211
caroline@redstonemw.com
redstonemw.com
As a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner, I offer individual psychotherapy with or without medication management. I specialize in reproductive psychiatry and LGBTQ needs although care is not limited to these groups. Concerns that may be addressed include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, grief, panic, difficulty coping with infertility or losses, unusual and repetitive thoughts that are disturbing, birth trauma, sleep issues, bonding issues, and anger or irritability.

Alison Smolin, MS, NCC
503-765-6199
516 SE Morrison St, Suite 510
Portland, OR 97214
alisonsmolincounseling.com
Providing counseling therapy to individuals, couples and families struggling with fertility, pregnancy loss and postpartum difficulties. Low cost sessions and sliding scale fees available to ensure that therapy is affordable and sustainable for clients and their financial needs. Infants under one year are welcome to attend sessions. I believe strongly in the power of a safe relationship in which clients can share their experiences openly and honestly. Through insight, problem-solving, support and connections to resources, I help clients in their journey towards greater stability and wellness in these challenging times.

Teri Sprouse, LCSW, Wholistic Nutritionist
Nourished Roots PDX
503-708-8354
5410 SW Macadam Ave., Suite 255
Portland, OR 97239
teri@nourishedrootspdx.com
www.nourishedrootspdx.com
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Wholistic Nutritionist who works with women and families around preparation for pregnancy, rejuvenation after birth and working with parents experiencing postpartum anxiety, sadness, and/or distress. I know the period around child birth can be one of great transition and I enjoy helping parents navigate this change in a supportive environment. Infants are welcome in all sessions.

Sam Stevens, LMFT
503-957-8797
516 SE Morrison St. Suite 310
Portland, Oregon 97214
www.samstevensmft.com
I am a licensed marriage and family therapist and specialize in working with new fathers in individual, couple and family therapy. I try to help identify supports for women and men with postpartum depression, increase connections between themselves and others and facilitate increased attachment between the couple. I facilitate the Portland New Fathers’ Group for fathers with children under the age of five, which is sponsored by Baby Blues Connection.

Kelly L. Sullivan, MSW, LCSW
10600 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Suite 204b
Milwaukie, OR 97222
503-381-2422
kelly@kellysullivanlcsw.com
www.kellysullivanlcsw.com
My approach to counseling and therapy is compassionate, collaborative and strength based, and my primary model is family-centered. Together, we will look at practical supports and resources to help you address current struggles. At the same time, I will encourage you to examine past beliefs that may be making it more difficult to cope with the challenges you face. I have developed a special interest and compassion in my practice for women and couples experiencing pregnancy, postpartum depression and anxiety, infertility, and pregnancy and infant loss.

* Christine Titus, PMHNP
1620 SE Claybourne St, Suite A209
Portland, OR 97202
503.533.7876
www.titusnp.com
As a mental health NP, I see clients independently and provide a range of services including psychotherapy and medication management to address a variety of concerns. I provide compassionate client-centered care in a safe and nonjudgmental setting. My practice is open to adults of all backgrounds though I do have a particular interest in addressing women’s mental health needs, including: perinatal depression & anxiety, reproductive trauma, fears about delivery, perinatal loss, and assisting with difficult life transitions. I have experience as a labor & delivery RN and enjoy supporting women & their families through this transition. I am happy to collaborate and provide care along with other mental health, OB, or primary care providers.