Kimberly Zeszutek, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Stepping into sessions, you are mindfully creating moments of transformation. I provide counseling for those who are looking to nurture connections and dive deep into their own experiences. We will use skill building to help you reach goals, and co-create practices that help you thrive.


  • Individual Therapy
  • Adolescent/Teen Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Adolescent/Teen Therapy

My Approach

*No availability for new clients- Temporarily providing Telehealth services * My style and practice align with adults, young adults, and adolescents. I provide a healthy balance of concrete skills with a new age informed approach. Sessions are co-created, meaning lead by your needs with therapist insight and challenges to help with growth. I am experienced in supporting complex emotions, transitions, relationships, suicidal ideation, self harm, depression, anxiety, and learning differences. Together, we will reflect on the past and how it effects the present, practice healthier thinking patterns, and learn effective coping strategies. Skills are introduced to improve relationships, and balancing obligations (family, work, school, fun). Ecotherapy is introduced to liven the environment and integrate the healing powers of nature. I also offer seasonal ASD social groups! My services are BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and Psychedelic friendly.

My Background

My career in counseling began in 2007, when I graduated with a Bachelors in Psychology at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Spending a few years in the Rocky Mountains, in 2014, I earned my Masters in Counseling at Regis University, Denver. I am heavily influenced by my internship with a mindfulness based DBT training center. My background as a counselor includes ABA therapy for children diagnosed with Autism, residential counseling for adults with severe and persistent mental illness, domestic violence shelter advocacy, and crisis response therapy. I have supported individuals and families in clinical center settings, home therapy, and outdoor adventure camps. My specialization has developed into supporting those who are struggling with suicidal thoughts, major life transitions, and/or behavior changes.


  • 503-558-6809
  • Website
  • 2306 NE Glisan St, Ste 200
    Portland, OR 97232

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