Martha Blake   Martha Blake, NCPsyA,
Licensed psychologist, Jungian analyst

  Work: 503-691-6391
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SW Portland
I-5 between Hwy 217 and I-205


Diplomate analytical psychology, C.G. Jung Institute
Zurich, Switzerland, 2005


Training & Certifications: Certified National Association of Analytical Psychology, 2008
Advanced training in NonViolent Communication, 2010
Advanced training in trauma and neurobiology, 2011
Availability: Routine - Tuesday through Saturdays. Evening appointments available.
Affiliations: InterRegional Society of Jungian Analysts
International Association of Analytical Psychologists
American Psychological Association
Oregon Psychological Association
National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis
American Mental Health Alliance - Oregon
Oregon Friends of C.G. Jung
Fees: $140 for 45-60 minutes


Depression Trauma
Anxiety Chronic Illness

Focus of Practice & Interests

Meaningless Depressions
Identity Confusion Exhaustion
Loss of Creativity Emptiness
Loss Grief
Anxiety Anger
Guilt Chronic Pain
Problems with relationships and work

Background & Experience

Over 25 years of experience working with individuals and teams in corporate settings. In 1997, refocused on the inner landscape of individuals searching for meaning in their experience Adjunct faculty, Portland State University School of Business Administration, retired. Currently teach analysts in training in Zurich and USA. Currently consult to therapists-in-training, Portland Metro.

Patient & Client Populations Served


Orientation & Approach

Jungian analysis, Jungian psychotherapy, and psychodynamic psychotherapy. Together the client and analyst create a space for new meaning to emerge from conversations, experiences, dreams, drawing, myths, or sandtray. Gradually a synthesis may occur. Over time, many clients report feelings of self-acceptance, transformation, authenticity, and renewed energy for life.

Personal Comments

I offer a confidential, related, honoring environment that supports each clients individuality. The hallmark of analytic training and analytic psychotherapy is that the analyst has also had many years of their own analysis and several years of supervision prior to their degree. As a Jungian analyst, my focus is on the quality of the relationship with my clients. It was in the context of a relationship that we were originally wounded: it is in the context of a relationship in which we will feel healed.

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