Dan Schmitt, LMFT Intern

Dan Schmitt, LMFT Intern

541 Willamette St., Suite 301
Eugene, OR 97401

541-632-3790
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ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS! I work with individuals, couples, and families on a wide array of issues. Deciding to begin therapy can feel empowering and that you are starting the process of creating the difference you are seeking in your life. Some clients begin therapy with a clear idea of the changes they want to make while others know they want a difference in their life but are less clear on exactly what that needs to be. I work collaboratively with clients and prefer to take an active role in the therapy process engaging clients with a variety of modalities and tasks to find what motivates them and is the best fit. I work from a strengths-based approach to work collaboratively with clients to create the change they are seeking. I believe we story our lives against the backdrop of our personal, familial, and societal narratives. Some of the stories we identify with have been beneficial yet others have hindered us from reaching the goals and contentment we seek.

I have experience working with couples in non-monogamous relationships, working with the LGBTQ+ community, life transitions, career transitions, anxiety and depression, insomnia and sleep issues, chronic illness, infertility and adoption, couples therapy, infidelity, and mens issues. I have experience working with individuals and families struggling with addiction issues and with clients who are in or moving towards recovery.

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