Lusijah Marx, Psy.D.

Psychologist and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Quest Center for Integrative Health

2100 SE Belmont Work: 503-238-5203
Portland, Oregon   97214 Voice Mail: ext 106
Fax: 503-238-5202
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SE Portland



Pacific University
M.S.N Oregon Health Sciences University
B.S.N. University of Iowa
Licenses: Psychologist
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Training & Certifications: Ericksonian Hypnotherapy Training
Guided Imagery Training
Comprehensive Cancer Care Training
Availability: Routine
Affiliations: American Psychological Association
Oregon Psychological Association
American Mental Health Alliance - OR
Fees: $152 for 60 minute session (if paid in cash at time of service $114)
$50 per group therapy session (or what insurance pays)
Have adjusted fee schedule.
Ryan White eligible clients - I have Federal contract paying $70 per client visit, $30 per group
Able to bill most insurance companies


Ericksonian Hypnosis EMDR 
Interactive Imagery  

Focus of Practice & Interests

 General Psychotherapy Practice   Professional trainer/consultant
Medical and Health Psychology Group Process, Imagery and Ericksonian Hypnotherapy.
Supervision to Psychologist Interns. Neuroscience

Background & Experience

25 years of general psychotherapy practice including work with individuals, couples, and families. 20 years experience facilitating psychotherapy groups and residential retreats. 25 years experience working with people diagnosed with or affected by chronic and life challenging illnesses including: AIDS, cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. Extensive experience working with gay and lesbian issues.  
Co-Founder and Clinical Director of Project Quest, a nonprofit Mind-Body Wellness Center which began delivering mental health and wellness services to people with life challenging illness in 1987.

Patient & Client Populations Served

Adult (18-65 yrs) 

Orientation & Approach

   Using Ericksonian hypnosis, EMDR and interactive imagery to explore issues and facilitate change. Providing support for individuals and families adjusting to medical illness and chronic medical conditions, including work with death, dying, grief and bereavement. Utilization of Mind-Body and Complementary Medicine interventions to manage illness and promote wellness. Groups for health promoting behaviors, including changing health habits and promoting behavioral change. Groups with a focus on learning how to use the principles of neuroscience for change Performance and Sports Psychology.

Personal Comments

Dr. Marx also works as part of an integrated team with other health professionals who meet regularly t coordinate and provide integrated health care.