Jessica Butler

Jessica Butler (She/her)

Marriage and Family Therapist Associate


Supervisor: Corinne Elms, LPC

I am passionate about supporting your sex and relationship needs.

Client Status

not accepting clients



At a Glance


Rate: $135-$165

Provides free initial consultation

Languages: English


  • Individual
  • Relationship

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket
  • OHP CareOregon/HealthShare
  • OHP Open Card

My Ideal Client

You may be feeling disconnected, misunderstood and unsatisfied. You really want to make things work, but you’re feeling stuck and confused. You want to better understand your partner, and you want your partner to better understand you. You’re ready to do the work, you just need some extra support.

What I Specialize In

When I work with couples and relationships, it is important to me that we create a space where you can show up fully and authentically. I want to support you both in having healthy conflict, feeling like your partner really gets you, working through a break in trust or jealousy, and in having a fulfilling sex life. When I work with individuals, I am passionate about supporting you in navigating the often chaotic world of dating, understanding and advocating for your needs, and cultivating an empowering relationship with your sexuality. I believe that everyone has the right to live their happiest life, and it is my goal to assist you on this journey.

My Approach to Helping

I believe that every person has a unique story, and because of this, unique needs. There is not one correct way to be, and I strive to create a space where you feel safe to be your most authentic self. Whether you are monogamous or poly, kinky or vanilla, straight or queer, I am affirming and celebratory of your story. I look forward to discovering with you, your strength, your resilience, and your capacity to heal and grow.

Techniques I Use


  • Attachment Theory External link

    The goal of attachment theory is having kindness and compassion for yourself and others, with the acknowledgment that every interaction is a new chance to build connection or repair a hurt one. Part of how we do this is learning to communicate and advocate for our emotional needs to be met in a safe way.

  • Relational  External link

    Relational therapy acknowledges that it's not only the things within ourselves causing frustrations, but the presence of others in our lives (friends, family, romantic partner etc.) create an impact as well. Part of how we can work on your relationships is setting/maintaining boundaries and speaking to your needs within relationships.

Issues I Treat


  • Sexual Problems External link

    Sex can be confusing and society hasn't given us the tools to talk about it. You deserve to have a sex life that feels fulfilling and empowering. You may need support in asking for what you need or guidance in finding pleasure again.

  • Relationship / Marriage Issues External link

    You're both really motivated to make your relationship stronger and healthier. You need support in handling conflict and understanding one another. Many of us don't have good examples of how we'd like to relate to our partner and, with help, it's possible to build the relationship you deserve.

  • Personal Growth External link

    You want to be your best self and feel confident in who you are. You are ready to prioritize yourself by setting/maintaining boundaries and communicating your needs to others. One of the ways we can do this is through identifying and embracing emotions, which can create lasting change.

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