CHELSEA CASEY, LMFT, LPC
LIVING CITY COUNSELING
Space for Cultivating Authenticity Through Meaningful Connection
Individual Therapy for
Teens & Young Adults
Eating Disorder Treatment
Whether you’re struggling in your relationships, with your mood or anxiety, disordered eating, or anything else - you’re not meant to do it alone. We come across a lot of challenges as humans, and sometimes things just feel hard. It's my belief that our connections and relationships help us move through these harder times and make them less painful, while giving us the courage to make necessary changes.
I see therapy as a space for honest, compassionate, and collaborative dialogue. Through our relationship, we can create understanding of past and present, while seeking to write an empowering narrative moving forward. Together, we can find a balance between practicing acceptance, and enacting change – identifying skills and strategies along the way that will best work for you. I show up as myself in the therapy room - bringing humanity, integrating humor, story telling, and metaphors. I’m spirited, imperfect, and whole – hopefully allowing you to be your whole self with me.
“Because true belonging only happens when we present our authentic, imperfect selves to the world, our sense of belonging can never be greater than our level of self-acceptance.”
- Brené Brown
I'm Chelsea (she/her)! I was born and raised in the Los Angeles area, coming to Portland in 2016. I feel so much gratitude for the greenery of Oregon, and try to get outside with my partner and pup any chance I get. I love the food scene in Portland, and make a point of trying new restaurants often. I love watching (Dodger) baseball, learning about new things, gardening, hosting friends and family, and embracing my creativity through art and design.
I hold a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Southern California. I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, as well as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Oregon. I have a passion for working with teens, young adults, women, and members of the LGBTQ+ community.
I aim to create an environment supportive to people with all body sizes/shapes, abilities, genders, sexual orientations, races and ethnicities, and religious affiliations. I am committed to anti-racist work in my life and the therapy room. I'm also learning how to continuously do better here, and I'm open to your feedback!
Although it's worth it, beginning therapy can be scary. If you have questions, or are interested in starting therapy with me, please reach out with a phone call, email, or using the form below. Generally email is the best way to reach me initially. I typically schedule a free 20-minute initial call to determine if we'd like to set-up a first appointment.
My building is fully ADA accessible and the restroom is not gendered.
The Tri-Met bus line #6 reaches my office, maps and schedules are available on the Tri-Met website. For those driving, ample free street parking is available.