Josue Buzze PsyD
Josue has a Doctorate of Clinical Psychology degree from Pacific University in Hillsboro, Oregon. Josue has experience working in community mental health, interdisciplinary health, and college counseling centers prior to working in private practice. Josue's work has focused on clinical presentations of identity development, adjustments or life transitions, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, and navigating cultural oppression and marginalization. As a biracial, Latino individual, Josue has personal and professional experience in working with and understanding the unique experiences of others with multiracial or multicultural identities, especially other male identified individuals. Josue has extensive experience working with students and has specialty experience working with graduate, medical, or other professional students and students of color. Josue also has unique experience in teaching mindfulness and self-compassion workshops. Josue is being supervised by Dr. Ildiko Suto, PsyD
Individual therapy, group therapy, and relationship/couples therapy
I provide therapy from an integrative approach centered on a relational and multicultural framework. The backbone of my integrative approach lies within Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. My work focuses on creating meaning in my clients™ lives, increasing psychological flexibility, and identifying disruptive relational patterns to increase quality of relationships. I also focus understanding the similarities and differences in my own and my clients cultural values and backgrounds as these factors significantly impact the expectations of relationships, including the therapeutic relationship. I work to provide a deeper understanding how rigid and disruptive patterns of thoughts, behaviors, and relationships are impacted by contextual and cultural factors while balancing short-term, solution focused needs with long-term, insight-oriented therapy.
Interests include spending time with family and friends, traveling, video games, karaoke, reading, hiking, and live music.
Bipolar Disorder , Depression, PTSD, Stress Management, Men's Issues, Anxiety/Fears/Phobia/Panic Attacks, Trauma, Immigration & Refugee, Latino Community, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Couples Therapy, Mindfulness