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Joe Gianotti,
Professional Counselor Associate 

R9373
Teletherapy and in person appointments 
 

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I see individuals in the

following age ranges:

  • Adults


Communities Supported:

  • LGBTQIA+

  • Neurodivergent

Availability

  • Monday - Thursday

  • 8am - 3pm


Insurance:

  • 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: 


hello@healthalliescounseling.com

971-270-0167

Hi! My name is Joe Gianotti (he/him) and I am a Professional Counseling Associate registered with the state or Oregon. I graduated from the Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling with a masters in Professional Mental Health Counseling.


Life can be full of stress, grief, and suffering, and as human beings, it can be challenging for us to navigate through all of the negative thoughts, emotions, and experiences that we encounter. Coming from a Humanistic and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy background, my
approach to psychotherapy focuses on getting to know you and your unique experience so that we as a team can find better ways for you to live the life that you want to live. I believe that you are the expert of your own experience and I hope to create a space where you can authentically express yourself in a safe environment that is free of judgment.

 

As a counselor, I am here not to give advice or to tell you what you should be doing, but to provide new insights and frameworks to assist you during our work together. Through our collaboration, we will work through your concerns and problems and explore possible changes you can implement in your life, while acknowledging your sources of strength and resiliency. During my clinical experience, I have encountered working with issues around anxiety, depression, trauma, men’s issues, and social anxiety. I emphasize the importance of rapport and trust building, and believe that counseling can be effective and beneficial if a strong therapeutic relationship is formed.

Treatment Areas:​

  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Life transitions

  • Men's Issues

  • Relational issues

  • Social anxiety

  • Trauma

Therapy modalities:

  • Acceptance and commitment therapy

  • Mindfulness

  • Somatic practices

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