Dore Everett,LCSW

Dore Everett,LCSW (He/Him)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker


We will address obstacles that limit your freedom. Let's show up to create a safe and healing environment to meet your desired goals.

Client Status

accepting clients



2006 SE Ankeny

Portland, 97214

At a Glance


Rate: $75-$125

Provides free initial consultation

Provides telehealth services

Practicing Since: 2011

Languages: English

Faith: Buddhism


  • Individual
  • Family

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket
  • Out of Network
  • MODA
  • PacificSource
  • Regence Blue Cross/Blue Shield

My Background and Approach

My method of service is eclectic, strengths based and is a mindfulness-centered, somatic approach that is relational and empathic. I meet people where they are without judgment to explore limiting personal beliefs, habits and ways to become your best self. I trust in the wholeness of every human being to aid in the discovery of our natural state of balance.

Why I Became a Therapist

My MSW training and degree was received at the Hunter School of Social Work, NYC. I have post graduate training in the use of Gestalt, CIMBS as well as extended training with the M.E.T.A. Institute: includes- Attachment work, Mindfulness, Trauma, Hakomi and RC- S. I have extensive experience as a grief/ bereavement counselor and hospice social worker as well as working in drug and alcohol treatment. Prior to my career as a social worker I worked as a freelance artist in New York and San Francisco.

Techniques I Use


  • Attachment Theory External link

    Attachment work in therapy explores how dysfunctional attachment templates get represented in adult relationships by clients developing a personal, healthy, therapeutic relationship with their counselor. This relationship lays the groundwork to understand clients’ attachments to others through consistent and supportive communication.

  • Somatic Therapy (Body Centered) External link

    An interdisciplinary, holistic approach to study the experience of the body to reveal and understand the interaction of our body structures with our thoughts, beliefs and actions.

  • Mindfulness-based External link

    Mindfulness used in therapy is a state of attention to become aware of current experience: somatic, cognitive, energetic and emotional. The present experience is then explored, without judgment, to make connections to patterns of belief and behavior.

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