Karim Dabliz, MA

Psychotherapy with Adults

Pronouns: He, Him

My name is Karim Dabliz, and I am a Professional Counseling Associate. I am originally from Lebanon and moved to the United States to pursue my education. In that time I received a master’s degree in counseling from Portland State University, as well as a bachelor’s degree in psychology. My journey in counseling began working with refugees and immigrants, guiding them as they navigated their own journey in the U.S. I consider it a privilege to be able to meet you in your journey.

In our counseling time together, I emphasize a person centered, psychodynamic, process oriented, holistic approach. I understand that in a therapeutic relationship it is of utmost importance for patience, compassion, and trust to be present. I believe in embodying those qualities in our time together. I will always hold the belief that you innately have the capacity to live a life of fulfillment and happiness. Together, I hope to empower your sense of self and authenticity through gentle reflections, open ended questions, and self discovery. I will often bring in various techniques from ACT therapy, DBT therapy, and motivational interviewing. I understand that each individual is beginning therapy at a different place in their healing journey, and I am honored to share that experience with you.

I work with adults and adolescents on a range of issues including: depression, anxiety, relationships, grief, family dynamics, life transitions, coping skills, and Emotional Support Animal letters. Areas of focus include body image disorders, eating disorders, and immigrant and refugee adjustment

Insurance Plans Accepted

Blue Cross Blue Shield



OHP – OpenCard


Pacific Source


Limited Sliding Scale Available