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Amelia Patrice
CSWA (#A14241)
Teletherapy appointments only

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I see individuals in the
following age ranges:

  • Adults

Communities Supported:


  • Transgender, nonbinary, genderfluid and gender nonconforming people

  • BIPOC/multicultural allied

  • Sex workers

  • Social justice workers

  • Autism/ADHD

  • People with disabilities

  • Students


  • Monday: 10–5

  • Tuesday: 12–7

  • Wednesday: 12–7

  • Thursday: 10–5

  • Friday: 9–2

Insurances accepted:

  • Aetna

  • Cigna

  • Kaiser

  • OHP Columbia Pacific

  • OHP Healthshare/Care Oregon

  • OHP Jackson Care Connect

  • OHP Open Card

  • OHP Trillium

  • Providence

To Schedule an Appointment:


Contact our intake staff at:

971 270 0167


“Possibility is not a luxury;
it is as crucial as bread.”
– Judith Butler


Therapy is an act of collaboration that can help bring about the very real possibility of healing, finding and refinding joy, and changing our relationship to ourselves, to those we love, and to the world. I believe all of us have the capacity to heal, make new meanings about ourselves and our lives, develop new nervous system responses to a challenging world, and find the joys and loves that all of us deserve. Our work is to find what that is for you.


As a therapist with lived experience, I strive to foster a space that allows curiosity, compassion, and courage to take root, grow and aid the healing process we can build together. Changing patterns of mind and habit can be challenging, almost daunting work—work we often need help with. My therapeutic approach is strongly relational, curious, thoughtful, client centered and trauma informed. We may use somatic, cognitive, neurobiologic, mindfulness, existential, and parts-of-self frameworks and tools as we walk through the process together, finding what aids your goals, plans, and life from what I have to offer. 


Receiving my Masters of Social Work at the University of Washington in 2021, I trained and worked in a community mental health setting, serving LGBTQ+ folks who receive Medicaid. During that time, I worked with clients experiencing the material, cognitive, and psychospiritual effects—‘symptoms’—of what they had experienced in life. I look forward to learning more about what’s happened in yours.


When I’m not being a therapist, I love playing guitar and bass, cycling, reading all sorts of things, and making Italian food. Previous clients have described me as warm, friendly, compassionate, and insightful.


I work with:

  • C-PTSD and PTSD

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Stress

  • Gender

  • Hopelessness

  • Self-Esteem

  • Suicidal Ideation

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