Terri Mishler, PsyD

Terri Mishler, PsyD

Clinical Psychologist

I use techniques from multiple orientations to make an effective plan to help clients make the changes they need to lead a happier life.

Client Status

accepting clients



16110 SW Regatta Lane

Beaverton, OR 97006

At a Glance


Provides telehealth services

Practicing Since: 1989

Languages: English


  • Individual

Insurances Accepted

  • Out of Pocket
  • Out of Network
  • Aetna
  • Anthem
  • BridgeSpan
  • First Health
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My Approach to Helping

Because therapy works best when attended regularly, clients chose a weekly appointment time which is reserved for them. Clients choose which issues they wish to discuss or for which they need help. I endeavor to speak directly with compassion to enable my clients to make choices that will lead them to a greater experience of happiness in their lives.

My Personal Beliefs and Interests

I have a Bachelor's degree in Communications, and Masters and Doctoral degrees in Psychology. Additionally I completed a post-doctoral Masters degree in Clinical Psychopharmacology. I have been helping clients with depression, anxiety, trauma and relationship issues improve their lives and make better choices for over twenty years.

Techniques I Use


  • Psychodynamic  External link

    My training and supervision focused on treating people from a psychodynamic orientation. Understanding the patterns people develop in their early relationships can enable them to make different choices in their current relationships.

  • Mindfulness-based External link

    Training in mindfulness based therapies enables me to offer my clients these techniques as part of their therapy.

  • Family Systems External link

    Understanding the individual is part of a system in their families, relationships, social networks and workplace enables them to understand the changes they need to make, and how to make those changes in the context of the systems they experience.

Issues I Treat


  • Relationship / Marriage Issues External link

    When relationships become more difficult or unfulfilling, talking with a therapist can enable the couple to make changes. Improvement in communication and feeling connected to one another are reasonable goals for therapy.

  • Adjustment Disorder External link

    Sometimes it is challenging to adjust to difficult life events, and therapy can help you get past the difficult changes.

  • PTSD External link

    When trauma continues to intrude in your life, therapy can help you reduce the impact of the past on your current life. Therapy can help you get back more of the sense of safety to move about in your own life.

  • Anxiety External link

    Anxiety can be experienced as fear, tension or irritability. Therapy can help you strategize how to conquer those fears, and approach life with a greater sense of calm and ease.

  • Depression External link

    Depression can be mild or severe, but in either case it interferes with being the person you want to be, and living the life you want to life. Therapy can enable you to get some relief from your sadness and develop a strategy to lead a more satisfying life.

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