"I am committed to providing compassionate counseling services in a warm, friendly environment that will help you find a sense of balance and hope for your
"You are looking for help. Help reconnecting with a partner who seems disinterested and dissatisfied. You used to have a fun and exciting relationship, bu
"I take a direct approach and invite you to do the same. The therapist client relationship is an intimate one, and I believe that in order for an intimate r
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"My heart is in working with couples and families to help facilitate an increase in connection and relationship satisfaction. I work from an attachment base
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"I believe that our experiences and emotions need to be digested just like our food. When this natural process becomes weak from unprocessed stress and/or i
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"Enhancing relationships is the focus of my approach, whether it be your relationship with a partner, children, family, friends, or, perhaps most importantl
"I believe we all have a deeply whole, wise and playful self that we can live from more fully. We will work together within a compassionate, safe environme
It’s normal to experience mental health issues and relationship problems. Talking to a licensed therapist can help. Therapy can teach you more about yourself and your mental health concerns in a healing way. Many therapies are evidence-based and have been proven effective.
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Tigard is a city in Washington County, Oregon. It covers 13 square miles. The elevation in Tigard ranges from 104 feet to 713 feet above sea level. The city was incorporated in 1961.
Tigard has a population of 52,000 people. The ethnic composition of Tigard is 74% white, 12% Hispanic, 7% Asian, and 2% black. From 2010 to 2016, the overall population increased by 8%. Over 3,600 military veterans live in Tigard.
Foreign-born people make up 14% of the population. Eighteen percent of residents speak a language other than English at home. Tigard is home to 4,100 Spanish speakers, 600 Vietnamese speakers, and 500 Arabic speakers.
The median household income in Tigard is $65,500. The homeownership rate is 59%. Twelve percent of people in Tigard live below the poverty line.
The Tigard Police Department is actively involved in the mental health of city residents. The department’s patrol unit reports an increase in mental health calls over the past few years. Officers receive crisis intervention training (CIT) to help them interact effectively with residents who have mental health concerns.
In January 2018, the Tigard Police Department received 120 calls related to mental health issues. The increase in calls may be due to declining funding for social services. Access to mental health care is an issue for some residents in the city. Roughly 13% of Tigard residents do not have medical insurance.