University of Oregon

Therapy - Individual and Relational

We provide individual, couple, and relational therapy to adults, children and families to address a wide variety of concerns, such as (but not limited to):

  • relationship enrichment
  • relationship/family stress
  • depression
  • trauma healing
  • child behavior problems
  • eating disorders
  • anxiety
  • grief/loss
  • adaptation to medical illness
  • addiction/recovery
  • sexual concerns
  • couple's distress/conflict

During sessions, our clinicians help clients understand how these concerns are influenced by family, work, social and cultural environments. We then help you access your strengths, skills, and resources to manage these concerns.

Therapy is delivered by upper-division graduate interns who are completing their clinical component of study in pursuit of their Couples and Family Therapy (CFT) master’s degree. Our student clinicians work closely with licensed faculty supervisors to provide the highest quality of care for the clients they serve.

We are interested in understanding all the parts of your life, and we aim to make our counseling services high quality, affordable, and accessible.  Cost of services are determined on a sliding scale.

Let us help you.

Call for an appointment today.


Commitment to Diversity

Therapists are committed to offering culturally competent therapy services and serving a diverse population. We value diversity and train our therapists from a social justice and anti-oppression framework. Our therapists are trained to provide sensitive, appropriate, and effective therapy that considers, and values, each person's culture, ethnic background, religious and spiritual beliefs, gender, sexual identity, age, and socioeconomic status, as well as issues of disability, mental or physical illness, or discrimination.

We acknowledge that we are not experts on the culture or identities of our clients but commit to creating a safe space in the therapy room for those discussions to occur, and are committed to continuing our own growth and education outside of the therapy room.

We are able to offer therapy services in multiple languages. Language accommodations vary depending on the fluency of therapists currently in the graduate training program. Services have been offered in Spanish, Chinese, German, Portuguese, and English.


The clinical supervisors that work with the CFT interns are licensed core faculty and adjunct faculty members that are trained in clinical supervision and have advanced degrees in Couples and Family Therapy.

All supervisors hold a supervisor credential with the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT). CFT Interns meet with their supervisor for at least four hours per week to review treatment approaches to ensure they are innovative, evidence-based, ethical, and uniquely designed for the client.

We believe in making sure clients get the highest quality of care.