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In Context, LLC is a private practice located at Brave Space, LLC www.bravespacellc.com

 

Address:

3620 SE Powell Blvd, #102
Portland, OR 97202-1880

 

For scheduling or general inquiries:

ryan@incontextcounseling.com

Secure Voice: 503.673.6190

F: 503.894.6020 

 

Hours of Operation:

Monday 11-7pm

Tuesday 11-7pm

Thursday 11-7pm

Friday 11-7pm

Every other Saturday 10-4pm

Contact for Group Hours

 

Ryan Loiselle, LPC (#C5073)

Pronouns: he/him or they/them

 

In Context, LLC is a private psychotherapy practice located at Brave Space, LLC

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Philosophy of Care

At In Context, I strive to create safer space for my patients to explore those issues and challenges that most affect their quality of life and their relationship to themselves and others. I practice from an existential and gestalt framework to help patients raise a critical awareness of themselves that is socially located and honors their varied intersectionalities. My client's healing and growth in therapy will be evidenced by their lived experience of freedom from restriction, new desire and capacity for authenticity, and a sustained willingness to explore new and affirming experiences and ways of being in the world.

 

My practice is devoted to providing gender and identity-affirming individual, couples, and family psychotherapy for transgender, non-binary and gender-expansive individuals. Additionally, I provide identity-affirming therapy for the greater queer and LGB community. I provide medical assessments and referrals for gender-affirming medical care and counseling support for families wishing to better understand and affirm their loved ones.

 

While many of my clients come to me to explore their gender, others are looking to explore other mental health concerns with an affirming therapist. In both cases, I assist those struggling with depression and anxiety, grief and loss, relationship and intimacy, identity formation, past and current trauma, life transitions, and neurodiversity when it impacts functioning. As an existential therapist, I generally lean into concerns related to identity, authenticity, freedom, death and impermanence, isolation, meaninglessness, and spiritual life.