Darcy Nyone MFT, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor, 2013
Master of Arts in Marriage & Family Therapy, George Fox University, Portland OR, 2010
Bachelor of Arts & Science in Psychology, Oregon State University, 2006
Completed Level 1 and 2 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy
Individual, Couples, and Christian Counseling.
Counseling is a collaborative venture by both clients and the counselor. My role as a counselor is to provide a safe and trusting environment where the clients' views are respected and upheld as valuable and significant. I view people in a holistic manner, taking into account their spiritual, physical, emotional, intellectual, relational, and social needs. My approach to counseling blends attachment theory, a strengths-based approach, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and dialectical-behavior therapy skills. I strive to help clients identify their strengths and resources to form attainable goals for themselves. I believe change is possible and healthy functioning is attainable. After treatment, clients should be able to use new behaviors and thoughts to feel less distressed when faced with the situations that formerly caused turmoil.
When working with couples, I utilize the Gottman method for couples counseling, which I have found to be very helpful and effective in reducing conflict, improving communication, and increasing positive regard for each other. I enjoy working with couples, have chosen it as one of my specialties, and value working to improve and heal relationships and families.
I am married, have two young children, and have lived in Oregon for most of my life. I enjoy the outdoors, traveling, caring for my children, and spending time with friends and family.
Postpartum Depression , Adoption, DBT, Abuse, Trauma, Foster Care/DHS Involved, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Anxiety/Fears/Phobia/Panic Attacks, Bipolar Disorder , Depression, Grief/Death, OCD , PTSD, Religious/Spiritual Issues, Stress Management, Parenting Issues, Christian Counseling, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Mindfulness