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jason gibler, ma

Jason believes that entering into counseling is one of the most courageous actions that any person can take. He views therapy as a sacred process that requires honesty, presence, and vulnerability. He provides a warm, caring and relational style of counseling where you are free to be who you truly are, wholly accepted and genuinely cared for. He draws on attachment theory as the foundation of his work.

Jason feels that both our wounds and our healing come through relationships. He utilizes Emotionally-Focused Therapy, Non Violent Communication, Interpersonal Neurobiology, Mindfulness, Trauma Informed and Narrative Therapy techniques in his work with couples, families, and men.

He has a special focus on serving couples, new dads, families and men as well as clients struggling with anxiety, including public speaking and performance anxiety. Jason also provides bilingual counseling in Spanish. When you meet with Jason, you can expect him to be fully present with you. He will encourage you to be real and to be true to who you are as you engage in the profoundly meaningful work of growth and change.

Education and Training

  • BA in Music from UNC North Carolina School of the Arts, Winston-Salem, NC

  • MA in Clinical Mental Health from George Fox University, Portland, OR

  • Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy Externship, Denver, CO

  • Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy Core Skills, Portland, OR

Professional Associations

  • Baby Blues Connection - Speaker's Bureau, Dad’s Group Facilitator

  • Jason upholds the highest standards of ethics in counseling as established by the OBLPCT, the American Counseling Association, and the American Psychological Association. State of Oregon Professional Counselor registered LPC intern # R5342. Jim Soliday, Ph.D. Supervisor.