Week 4: Mental Health – January 29-February 4
Taking care of your mind is just as important as caring for your body. Dive into discussions, workshops, and activities that promote mental well-being. Whether it’s stress management, mindfulness techniques, or the importance of self-care, this week is all about nurturing a healthy and happy mind.
There are a variety of options in downtown Beaverton for those who could use a bit of extra help navigating the challenges life can throw at us. Read on for a bit of information on what kind of specialties you’ll find in downtown Beaverton.
Rebekah Springs LLC DBA The Real Work specializes in child therapy and therapeutic support for parents of neurodivergent kids. Rebekah has an active online presence, including a support group. The Real Experts Parent community is a space where parents can ask for resources for that run the gamut from best IEP advocates and Occupational Therapists, to articles about Executive Functions and favorite podcasts about neurodiversity, to resources for helping kids manage anxiety.
(503) 905-9735 4790 SW Watson Ave
Anne Church Counseling specializes in addiction and substance abuse counseling as well as anxiety and depressive disorders. She can help with Grief and Bereavement, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Trauma Therapy as well. Her communities of interest are LGBTQ+, Military/Military Families, and Veterans.
(971) 238-2654 12220 SW 2nd St
Janiene works with her dog Isabella in a warm, supportive and interactive way to provide a safe and confidential place for you to talk about your concerns and what you would like to achieve. She works together with families to help them build a stronger bond and better understand each other and the challenges each member of the family faces.
The Real Work offers Play Therapy and Parent Support, in-person or from the comfort of your home. They are a small, dedicated group of highly-trained child therapists with a specific focus on early childhood, brain science, attachment, and the power of play.
True Heart Therapy was founded by Brandie Lyday to help those struggling by working with them to increase connection. Whether you’re searching for a way to make life more meaningful or wanting to work on your romantic relationship, this practice believes connection is a great place to start. Their therapists will help you get in touch with your true self, needs, and wants so you can genuinely show up in your life and relationships with others.
(971) 203-2326 4145 SW Watson Ave #350
Mindfulness Counseling, LLC focuses on Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for adults with depression, anxiety, and chronic pain. This works by changing thinking patterns while using meditation and mindfulness to gain insight and find happiness through acceptance.
(503) 208-6511 12725 SW Millikan Way Suite 300
Mira Shah Art Therapist uses her training in Art Therapy to pick up on nonverbal symbols and metaphors that are often expressed through art and the creative process. The therapeutic models that best describe her approach beyond Art Therapy include attachment theory, mindfulness-based therapy, EFT (emotionally-focused therapy), and internal family systems (IFS) theory. She enjoys working with people on the following issues:
Adults Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers
Infertility/Surrogacy/Maternal Mental Health
Building self-esteem and fostering personal growth
Adjustment to life transitions/chronic illness
Support through grief and loss
Interpersonal and Relationship Challenges
(503) 367-3268 12578 Sw Broadway St
Snapdragon Counseling’s goal is for you to discover ways to embrace your own strengths and wisdom so that you can more effectively work toward sustaining a fulfilling life. Techniques used in their sessions will include dialogue, mindfulness, visualization, skills building, experiential activities, evidence-based interventions, and workbook tasks. You will generally be encouraged to complete independent tasks between sessions so that they can more effectively support you in working toward your goals. Snapdragon believes that counseling can be a rewarding, life-changing process, that can help you notice and create more opportunities for sustainable change.
(503) 389-3321 3800 Southwest Cedar Hills Boulevard Suite 152-J
This post written by Mariah Welka.