Anne Walsleben LPC, MS, NCC
Anne holds a Master's of Science degree in Counselor Education with specialization in Couples, Marriage, and Family Therapy from Portland State University. She is a certified counselor with the National Board of Certified Counselors and a registered Licensed Professional Counselor Intern. Anne has had experience working with a variety of clients including individuals, couples, families, groups, and adolescents. She has provided counseling to low income clients at Portland State University's Community Counseling clinic. She has also counseled youth and their families at a non-profit agency. Most recently, Anne owned and operated a private practice where she saw individuals and couples, specializing in treating anxiety, depression, grief and loss, troubled relationships, low self-esteem, phobias, abuse/trauma, life transitions and family or origin issues. Anne is passionate about treating relational problems and has a special interest in working with pregnant/postpartum women and their partners, who are dealing with depression, anxiety and other challenges accompanying the transition into parenthood.
Individuals, Couples, Families.
Anne believes that each individual is complex and has unique needs and concerns and that no single theory can effectively treat all problems. She uses a variety of counseling approaches with emphasis on Interpersonal, Existential, Cognitive Behavioral, and Systems theories. As relationships have a profound impact on how people feel about themselves and operate in the world, Anne often helps clients examine their current functioning in relationships and how they might develop healthier and more satisfying connections with others.
I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, eating good food, listening to music, hiking, biking, watching movies, seeing live music, and traveling to near and distant places.
15-17, 18-64, 65+
Abuse, ADD/ADHD , Anxiety/Fears/Phobia/Panic Attacks, Depression, Grief/Death, Postpartum Depression , PTSD, Stress Management, Parenting Issues, LGBTQ+, Women’s Issues