Landon Berger PsyD
Doctorate of Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) - PGSP-Stanford Psy.D. Consortium 2011. Licensed Clinical Psychologist (OR 2255) since 2013.
Individual Adult psychotherapy
I utilize an integrative approach. This means I will draw upon different training, techniques, and ideas to assist you with your specific goals. I strive to provide a unique form of therapy for you and your unique wants and needs.
Common aspects of my integrative approach:
This is my foundation; a supportive approach grounded in empathy, genuineness, transparency, and an open and nonjudgmental attitude.
Often our relationships with others (family, friends, significant others…etc.) occupy out thoughts and have an impact our mood. With a relational approach, we can learn from our therapy relationship “in the moment” and apply these important lessons to other relationships.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT helps us examine how our thoughts influence our feelings and behaviors. Through examining our thoughts, we can find emotional relief and behavior change.
Mindfulness is a nonjudgmental awareness of our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in the present moment. Important benefits of mindfulness include increased self-acceptance and self-compassion.
Positive Psychology is meant to help increase positive emotion, engagement, and meaning in your life.
I grew up on a 6th generation family farm in Oregon. I enjoy farming & gardening, travelling, playing music, hiking, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.
Depression, Grief/Death, Anxiety/Fears/Phobia/Panic Attacks, Medical conditions