1. Benefits of Couples Counseling

    Famous blacksmiths often create the sharpest swords; great writers produce powerful novels and articles. Most often than not, they do counseling when they get demotivated or burnt out. It is the same with couples. Partnership with another person is difficult. Even the people with the most common of characteristics will bound to have fights and disagreements sooner or later. The good thing is they …Read More

  2. How Therapy Can Help You Overcome Anxiety

    Whether you’re feeling overwhelmed by a big workload at the office, you’re going through some personal issues that are taking all of your strength, or you are feeling like the weight of the world falls on your shoulders, seeing a therapist can offer the relief you’re looking for. At Two Rivers Counseling in Portland, we strive to provide each and every patient with therapy that is profession…Read More

  3. Are You Experiencing Post-Holiday Depression?

    You may have heard that it’s normal to experience depression over the holidays. While there are many different reasons that this can occur, it’s also normal to experience a bout of depression after the holidays are over. Of course, this year has felt like a rollercoaster ride to many — and with so many people who chose to remain home and instead settled for seeing friends and family members …Read More

  4. How to Tell If You Need Relationship Counseling

    There’s no doubt about it. Relationships are hard. They take a great deal of work, even if your connection comes very naturally. Add in the fact that we’re dealing with a global pandemic and it can be that much more challenging.  At Two Rivers Counseling in Portland, we’re here to help you through life’s difficulties, ensuring that you and your partner have a listening ear. Whether you’…Read More

  5. 3 Things to Do For Yourself Every Day

    Let’s be honest — dealing with life in the midst of a pandemic is incredibly difficult. Not only is it more complicated to see friends and family members, but for many, work is also a massive challenge. For some, it’s adjusting to the new dynamic of working from home and trying to maintain a work/life balance. For others, it’s masking up and going into work every day in order to bring home…Read More

  6. Dealing With the New Stress of Working From Home

    It’s a situation that many are familiar with — a job that once required you to come into the office now requires that you work from home. For some, this is one of the best gifts that life has given them and they love having the freedom to organize their day from the comfort of their own living space. For others, it’s a more frustrating experience. If you’ve found this page, chances are tha…Read More

  7. Speak with a Family Therapist Online

    With the recent pandemic still ongoing, many families are finding themselves in closer proximity than ever before. Of course, every family is a little bit different, but the fact remains that for many people out there, the reality is that we’re in our homes the vast majority of the time. In the past, some family members would leave the house to go to work and others to go to school. Parents had …Read More

  8. How Are You Practicing Self-Care During COVID?

    We are truly living in unique times. Will things open up again soon? How long will we have to practice social distancing? What does the future look like? Needless to say, a lot is up in the air right now and that can feel overwhelming at best and scary at worst.  That’s why in today’s post, we’d like to pose another question for you to consider — what are you doing to take care of yoursel…Read More

  9. Now Is the Perfect Time for Marriage Counseling

    In the midst of COVID-19, many of us are learning that it can be difficult to be cooped up — even when it’s with people that we love and care about more than anything else in the world. Whether you’re working from home with your partner and the kids or the people you live with are out of work, things can start to feel tense. Where there used to be no issues, you’re now noticing that little…Read More

  10. The Importance of Connection During a Global Pandemic

    In this time of social distancing, it can be hard to connect with the people we care about. Depending on your circumstances, you may be staying indoors with roommates or family, or you might live alone. Either way, you are facing some unique challenges, but here’s some good news — you’re not in this alone! At Two Rivers Counseling, our goal is to help people to find peace, joy, and comfort e…Read More