Diane Moskowitz, LPC

4000 Kruse Way Place, Building 2
Suite 330
Work: (503) 624-2737
Lake Oswego, Oregon  97035 Voice Mail: same
Fax: (503) 624-7976
Disabled Accessible: Yes See my Web page on the Baur Clinical Associates site


Kruse Way corridor
About 2/3 mile from the I-5 and Hwy 217 interchange


Master of Arts

Counseling Psychology


Licensed Professional Counselor
Certified Mental Health Counselor (Washington)
Advanced Training &
Availability: Routine and Urgent 
Affiliations: American Mental Health Alliance - Oregon
Oregon Counseling Association
Oregon Mental Health Counseling Association
Oregon Mental Health Counseling Alliance


I charge $120 for individuals, $130 for couples. I am willing to negotiate fees, by request, depending on my clients' financial circumstances.
Sliding scale fees negotiated on request


Anxiety Disorder Depression
Sexuality/Sexual Disorders Marital and Relationship Problems

Focus of Practice & Interests

Psychotherapy with individuals and couples Relationships and couples issues
Sexual problems, sexuality, intimacy Mood disorders
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder EMDR
Family of origin work Sexual and childhood abuse

Background & Experience

M.A. in Counseling Psychology, 1986 Independent Private Practice
Group Private Practice Columbia River Mental Health Services - Outpatient individual and group therapy
Clinical Supervision  

Patient & Client Populations Served

Older Adolescents (16-18 yrs) Adults (18-65 yrs)

Orientation & Approach

My job is to help people achieve their goals.  If we can do that in a brief, problem-focused or solution-focused manner to my clients' satisfaction, then we're done.  But if we need to peel away some layers to find out where the obstacles to success lay, then I will take a more developmental, psychodynamic, or family of origin approach.

I engage actively in a healing process with my clients.  I am always searching for the right questions that will help my clients think about themselves and their problems in a new way.

Personal Comments

I bring to my work the richness of my own life experience.  I graduated college with a BA in psychology in the early seventies, but then spend my 20's having great fun making and selling pottery.  In my 30's it became clear to me that I needed to be more engaged with people in my day-to-day work, so my long-term interest in psychology brought me back to graduate school.

I've experienced family life in several forms.  I'm now in a second marriage, a "blended family" where we've each gotten to know the joys and struggles of step-parenthood.  I also spent 8 years as a single parent to my daughter.

I can't imagine any other type of work that could being me the richness of interpersonal experience I've had in my counseling.  I feel privileged to be allowed to walk alongside my clients in their journeys toward emotional wellbeing.  I always try to honor the courage it takes for my clients to make changes and allow me to know their darkest sides as well as their strengths.

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