Cameron Earle

Cameron Earle (he/him)

Student Counselor

BS, MS (Graduating 9/2024)

Supervisor: Shari Davison (T1248)

I'm here to support you in navigating life's challenges and finding your authentic self, by providing a safe space for you to be you.

Client Status

not accepting clients



5319 Southwest Westgate Drive


Portland, 97221

At a Glance


Rate: $25-$50

Provides free initial consultation

Practicing Since: 2023

Languages: English


  • Individual
  • Group
  • Relationship
  • Teen

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket

My Ideal Client

I specialize in providing person-centered counseling for individuals seeking support navigating the complexities of trauma recovery, ADHD management, and overwhelming feelings of anxiety or depression. I create a compassionate and non-judgmental space for exploration and healing, tailoring my approach to address unique needs. Whether it's overcoming trauma or managing mental health, I am committed to fostering resilience and well-being in collaboration with my clients.

My Approach to Helping

I believe that everyone is the expert of their own experience, and as your therapist, I am here to help you explore your experiences and achieve your goals in a way that makes sense to you. Our experiences shape us, and sometimes we lose sight of our worth and values, leading us to feel bad about, or distant from who we are. I want to take the time to really get to know you and understand your life experiences in a way that appreciates where you come from, and how you see the world. I view counseling as a collaborative process in which we will work together to address discomforts and focus on areas you want to grow in, or your goals and aspirations. I want to help you address the roots of your issues, while collaboratively developing solutions. It is my goal to provide you with both a safe, comfortable, and non-judgmental environment, and a genuine, positive, and empathetic relationship to work through these things. I am here for you and believe in your ability to grow.

Social Justice Issues We Care About

Society's preference for the dominant culture (white, straight, cis-gendered, and male), significantly affects those outside this norm. In counseling, we recognize the toll on mental health—identity struggles, diminished self-esteem, and a pervasive sense of alienation. Those marginalized face systemic oppressions, and microaggressions, fostering anxiety and depression. It's crucial to emphasize that they shouldn't bear the burden of conforming. Counseling serves as a sanctuary for authenticity. Instead of urging clients to change, we empower them to navigate societal pressure while affirming their unique identities. Through validation, exploring internalized oppression, and building resilience, therapy fosters self-acceptance. In the counseling space, individuals learn they deserve support without sacrificing their true selves.

Techniques I Use


  • Humanistic  External link

    In Rogerian Person-Centered Therapy, I'm your empathetic companion on your journey. I listen actively, ensuring you feel truly heard and understood. Without judgment or imposing solutions, I reflect your feelings, creating a safe haven for exploration. Together, we navigate the intricacies of your experiences, fostering self-discovery and growth. It's a collaborative process where your unique path is honored, and you're empowered to find your way to healing and well-being.

  • Attachment Theory External link

    When our self-concept is first developing, it is a reflection of how we think our primary attachment figures view us. That is a powerful idea that massively impacts our developing self-worth, and the way we interact with others, especially significant others. No matter if you have an anxious, avoidant, or disorganized attachment, attachment theory provides roadmaps to developing a secure attachment at any time in your life.

Issues I Treat


  • ADHD External link

    As an individual with an ADHD diagnosis, I know first hand the ways issues surrounding focus, motivation, organization, planning, procrastination, and communication can be. What is less talked about is the way these issues can negatively impact one's self worth, and self-esteem. I have worked with many youth with ADHD to address behavioral issues in a compassionate way. I also have experience working with adults with ADHD, and teach and ADHD skills and counseling group that I designed.

  • PTSD External link

    Who we are, and the way we see the world comes our our past experiences, especially those with significant people in our lives. Past trauma often serves to disconnect us from who we really are. Working with trauma is something that I am passionate about, and I bring a compassionate, non-judgemental, and caring attitude to this work. Processing through unresolved trauma, developing effective coping skills, and offering self-compassion is my focus.

  • Depression External link

    Feeling depressed can be beyond confusing. Often times we have no idea why we are feeling so down, and others its clear. Whichever the case may be, most of us tend to feel downright stuck when experiencing episodes of depression. I want to help you explore that "stuckness", and what is keeping you from enjoying, or appreciating your days.

  • Anxiety External link

    Experiencing anxiety feels like a relentless storm within—a mix of fear, uncertainty, and racing thoughts. I approach this by offering a safe haven and acknowledging these struggles with empathy. Together, we unravel triggers, build coping tools, and cultivate resilience, fostering a path toward inner calm and understanding.

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