Mike Myers, PhD
I was born in Texas and grew up in Germany and Texas. I worked as a minister and later worked as an organizational development consultant and college instructor. I have a passion for men’s work, multi-cultural issues, and neurodiversity. When not ‘working’ I love exploring Oregon, photography, bird-watching, and learning about … pretty much everything!
For over 20 years, I have worked with individuals and families dealing with learning disorders like ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, and other such conditions. I know first-hand how difficult and challenging it can be. I also know that having a ‘neurodivergent’ brain can do a number on a person’s sense of self-esteem. You are constantly being reminded, in a million different ways, that you ‘can’t do things that are ‘simple’ for others.’ So ‘treating’ such conditions involves more than just getting an accurate diagnosis; it involves getting to a place where you feel good about who you are and what you can do. That’s my job. My other passion is helping people get past the limitations that conditions like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorders, and OCD put on peoples’ lives and getting to the place where they realize who they really are and were always meant to be.
More About Mike Myers
I am a Licensed I have more than 30 years of experience as a psychologist in Albany, OR; more than 20 years specializing in attention deficit disorders and other learning disorders such as autism spectrum disorder.
- Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Institute in Santa Barbara, CA
- Residency in pain management from The Pain Center, Springfield. OR
- Master of divinity, Brite Divinity School, Fort Worth, TX
- Bachelor’s degree, University of Texas, Austin, TX
- Trained and/or certified in a number of models of psychotherapy including transactional analysis, neurolinguistic programming, Eriksonian hypnotherapy, new identity process, Jungian shadow work
- Certified in anxiety treatment and neurologically informed cognitive-behavioral therapy
Can I Help You?
I treat patients for:
- Depression, Grief, Loss, Sadness
- Anxiety, Worry, Stress, Panic
- OCD: Obsessive-Compulsive Thoughts or Actions
- Traumatic Events, Trauma, PTSD
- Relationship Struggles (couple, family, or parenting)
- Developmental / Autism Spectrum Disorder
- LGBTQIA+ Related Issues
- BIPOC Related Issues
- Bipolar Disorder