Megan Lammers, LCSW

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Therapist Name: Megan Lammers, LCSW

As a Mental Health Therapist, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) in Oregon and Washington Megan believes we all inherently have the capacity for deep healing within ourselves.   Megan provides individual mental health therapy for older adolescents and adults.

Megan's practice is rooted in culturally affirming, intuitive and trauma-informed mind-body healing, using somatic noticing, mindfulness and narrative, or story. Megan believes in the value of  cultural and ethnic diversity, and it is her personal and professional mission to end discrimination, oppression, poverty, and other forms of social injustice for all people.

Megan sees her role in the clients' healing process as helping to elicit and support a deep connection between one's mind, body and spirit.  Megan does not believe humans are in need of 'fixing'.  Rather, she believes that we all have within us what we need and that we all benefit from having compassionate support to find and embrace our own strengths.   All humans have stories to tell. Each story we carry is rooted in our ancestors.  Megan believes therapists must honor intergenerational trauma and provide space to allow for and elicit whole self healing.

Megan's approach to health and wellness is to support every clients’ intuitive body awareness. This is only reached through liberation from diet culture and through somatic embodiment.  Megan will never support diet culture and will not engage in any interactions with clients that promote body shame.

Treatment Modalities:
  • Brainspotting
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Psychodynamic Psychotherapy
  • Somatic Experiencing

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Phone: 503-886-9908
Address:
Portland, OR, USA 97213
Insurance Accepted:
  • United Behavioral Health

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The Rocky Mountain Brainspotting Institute (RMBI) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that was created to promote and advance the use of Brainspotting, an emerging new treatment in psychotherapy.

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