Individual, Couple and Group Therapy with Adults
My name is Courtney Chapin M.A., and I am a student therapist at Portland Mental Health & Wellness under the supervision of Adrian Larsen Sanchez, Psy.D. I have my Masters’ Degree in clinical psychology and I am enrolled in the Doctorate of Clinical Psychology program at George Fox University.
I appreciate and value the strength and courage it takes to reach out for support. I welcome people from diverse backgrounds who present with a variety of issues, such as difficulties with mood, anxiety, relationships, identity and life concerns.
My approach to therapy is based on relational and process-oriented theories. This means that I believe the most important aspect of therapy is a genuine and collaborative relationship in which patients are invited to reflect and seek meaning, healing, and growth. Relationship, connection, and attachment is transformative in the therapeutic process. I believe everyone has the ability to change, grow, and reach their full potential. Therefore, I give clients the space to lead conversation with what is most pressing for them and to reflect on their experiences in a way that feels meaningful to them. I am open to integrate client’s faith and spirituality when desired.