Carrie Ivy

Professional Counselor

I support people to stand for themselves and their greatest dreams, to stand in witness of what they have survived and experienced, and to honor all they feel and all that they are. I believe that by integrating the parts of us that we marginalize and honoring our hearts, we can heal.


  • Individual Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Couples Therapy

My Approach

I work with individuals and couples to heighten awareness and bring clarity to foster positive change. I have a process-oriented approach which focuses on channel and energy awareness to find information to better understand yourself and your relationships and what may be looking to shift in your life. I use a variety of methods including energy work, dream work, art making, role-play, and movement. Mindfulness and self-development can unlock a world of meaning and greater awareness. I am available to offer counseling and guidance navigating many areas, including relationship conflicts, boundaries, grief, identity, body symptoms, recurring dreams, shadow integration, spirituality, sexuality, career growth, and self-love. Ritual is full of meaning and comfort for me personally and I enjoy offering personalized ritual practices to my clients as their processes begin to unfold, indicating where time and attention is needed.

My Background

I have a Masters in Process-Oriented Facilitation from the Process Work Institute. I worked at a community mental health clinic, River’s Way, in 2017 and 2018. I have 11 years experience in energy work and energy reading, completing two series of trainings in 2009 and 2010. I specialize in relationships and relational boundaries, and have a passion for working with people who have experienced familial trauma or who have struggled being in relationship with their families of origin. I am often taking workshops and classes to further my growth as a practitioner and broaden my offerings. For 6 years I also worked directly with individuals from socially marginalized groups (mostly women) to tell their stories of personal struggle through writing.

Insurance Plans Accepted

  • Out of Network


  • 503-367-4097
  • Website
  • 6118 SE Belmont St, Suite 409
    Portland, OR 97215

At a Glance

  • Experience: 3 Year(s) of Practice
  • Neighborhood: Mount Tabor
  • Rate: $90-120/session
  • Free Initial Consultation

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