Do you feel disconnected from yourself, the people you care about, or the world around you? Would you like to be more in touch with yourself and get more out of life? Therapy can help.
You and I can practice therapy together. I don’t want my clients to feel they’re in a “sick role” where they passively accept the judgment and treatment and outlook of their medical practitioners. It is my opinion that this is not healthy. I want to discuss what you want to discuss, and I want to facilitate a client-care provider relationship that is helpful and meaningful to you.
I welcome diversity including all abilities, body sizes, genders, races, religions, and sexualities. I identify as cisgender, educated, living with a chronic illness, male, middle class, polyamorous, White (having ancestry from England, Germany, and Hungary). Some of these parts of my identity were given to me, and some of them I created for myself. They make up my cultural present as well as my cultural past. I look forward to getting to know all the parts of your identity!
Contact me today to schedule a free 15-minute consultation.
I’m Dr. Peter H Addy (He/Him pronouns). I earned a PhD in clinical psychology and am a licensed psychotherapist in Oregon and Washington. Working together could help you gain more peace. As a therapist and former medical researcher, I understand what you can do to improve the quality of your life and find meaning in yourself, your relationships, and the world around you. I provide in-person and online therapy for adults in Oregon and Washington, so you can speak with me from the comfort and security of your favorite chair or couch. I have an office in Vancouver, WA so you can meet me in person.