Dedicated to Radical Well-Being.
Are you stressed, anxious or overwhelmed?
We’re here to help. Our unique group practice in Portland, Oregon provides trauma-informed therapy, training, coaching and supervision to some of the toughest and most tender folks out there.
We work closely with:
our office is wheelchair-accessible.
24/7 Crisis Line: 503.988.4888
We offer therapy to children and teens, providing support in the midst of intense change. We work with youth who: have experienced trauma, are queer or trans-questioning, or who just need support. We also offer family counseling, sibling therapy and child-parent therapy.
We ourselves are queer therapists, so please feel at home! We provide individual and couples’ therapy to lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, nonbinary, queer, questioning, intersex, allies, asexual and pansexual persons of all ages. We provide excellent resources for gender transitioning.
Do you have caregiver burnout? We work with many social workers, housing activists, nurses, teachers, foster and adoptive parents, and people caring for loved ones with disabilities. We can help give you the tools and support you need to manage stress and feel heard and supported in your life.
About Pulse Wellness
We have seen first-hand that oppressive systems cause great harm and we believe in the reparative need for both social justice and personal healing. We also believe that some of this repair from trauma begins at home, and that caregivers need extra support to do this important work. Our work is in helping our clients not only to survive, but to thrive.
Questions? We're available for a free call.
We have a few remaining openings in 2 monthly supervision groups.
Pulse Wellness is looking for an employee who can serve LGBTQ people from many backgrounds, ages and needs.
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