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Katie Stubbers
Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

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I see individuals in the
following age ranges:

  • Adults

Communities Supported:

  • First responders


  • Racial justice allied

  • Survivors of trauma

Insurances accepted:

  • Aetna

  • Cigna

  • OHP Open Card

  • OHP Trillium

  • Providence

To Schedule an Appointment:


Contact our intake staff at:

971 270 0167



Welcome to all who are considering embarking on the journey of starting therapy. I invite you to take a moment to recognize that you have already begun the work by deciding to browse for a therapist. You are engaging in an act of care for yourself already.

My name is Katie Stubbers (pronounced “stoo-burs”), and my pronouns are she/her. My approach to therapy is collaborative and client-centered, meaning that the tools we choose to use together are specific to each client’s needs and preferences given their particular goals, cultural identity factors, and life circumstances. I draw upon the strengths that you already possess to inform which tools I offer. I also implement a systems-based approach which recognizes the various systems that clients interact with and are impacted by, including their family of origin, chosen family, social network, workplace or school, and societal systems.

The therapeutic tools that I use draw from polyvagal theory, cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, somatic approaches, and mindfulness-based approaches. I employ a trauma-informed approach, and provide a safe and caring presence. I have specific experience providing therapy to survivors of intimate partner violence.

I am a master’s-level clinician practicing in the state of Oregon. I have a master’s degree in Applied Psychological Science from Pacific University, and a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Idaho.


In my personal time, you can find me in the great outdoors hiking, snowboarding, camping, and playing with my dog. I am also a yogi and amateur rockhound.

My areas of interest include:

  • Anxiety

  • Boundary setting

  • Compassion fatigue

  • Depression

  • Domestic violence

  • LGBTQIA+ care

  • Relationships

  • Self-compassion/self-esteem

  • Trauma/PTSD

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