Deanne Comfort, LPC
Quality of life may be measure in our ability to live, laugh, love, and learn – that would be Deanne’s goal for you.
Deanne is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Oregon. She graduated from George Fox University in 2008 with her degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Deanne’s approach to therapy with children, teens, adults, and parents is diverse, individualized, and co-created, with the client and family, to address the concerns or issues that bring you to counseling at this time. She has training in Sandtray and Play Therapy as well as other modalities of therapy to address issues of anxiety, depression, trauma, abuse, grief and loss, adjustments, and divorce, as well as training with the adoption and foster care system, providing parenting support and skill development, exploring family systems, and generational trauma.
We all come with a rich diversity of life experiences and no one’s journey is straight or without some struggles or challenges. Through a co-created strengths-based therapeutic goal she will walk alongside each person to provide support and encouragement, cultivate skills, and identify strengths to help the individual work toward the goal of a more grounded and peace-filled life.
Deanne was born and raised in Oregon and enjoys spending time with her husband, her adult children and grand-daughter. She loves being outside hiking, walking, kayaking, horseback riding, and enjoys spending time with friends.