Psychotherapy with Adults
Pronouns: She, Her, Hers
Hello, my name is Meg DeCordre and I am a doctoral student therapist at Portland Mental Health and Wellness under the supervision of Jared Gorfinkel, Psy.D. and Amy Harris, Psy.D.
I have my Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology (anticipated) and I am currently enrolled in the Clinical Psychology Doctoral program at Pacific University. I have experience working in a variety of settings including outpatient care, community mental health, and integrative settings. I enjoy working with a broad range of presentations, including depression, anxiety, trauma, attachment, grief, identity issues, and chronic pain. I have experience working with individuals from diverse backgrounds of age, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
I integrate a variety of approaches including emotion-focused, acceptance and commitment (ACT), and existential/humanistic therapies. My background in both psychology and acupuncture have made me passionate about the holistic potential of an individual. I believe that one’s healing transformation whether physical, psychological, or existential, should not be confined to a single dimension. Further, that the more “humanness” and sense of safety and support that is applied to a therapeutic system or approach, the more the capacity to reveal, encounter, and transform.