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Tracy Heart, MA  LPC

Southwest Portland

SW Barbur Blvd. 
Portland, OR 97219
(503) 805-6185
Fax:  (503) 230-1895
24 Hours:  (503) 890-1620
Email:  Tracy Heart

Office Settings: Private Practice (Solo)

Accepting new clients: Yes
Usual Office Hours:  Primarily M, T, W, F & Sunday Afternoons & Evenings.

Ask yourself these questions...  

  1. Are you struggling with sad or anxious feelings?

  2. Are you faced with troubling challenges or questions in your relationships?

  3. Would you like to communicate more effectively?

  4. Do you struggle with your thoughts or behavior patterns?

  5. Are you distressed by memories of childhood neglect or other trauma?

  6. Do you feel shame or regret about yourself or your body?


"Tracy Heart has the training and experience to help clients explore and come to terms with these types of issues.  She has insight into many of the concerns that trouble people; as well as the underlying challenges and complicated feelings that come up when dealing with them.  Tracy Heart is sensitive, kind, generous, humble, very perceptive and dedicated to doing her best."

Michael G Conner, PsyD


Professional Focus

  • Food, Weight & Body/Self Image Issues

  • Intuitive Eating

  • Anxiety, Sadness

  • Neglect/Other Trauma

  • Relationship Concerns & Codependency

  • Addictive Patterns

    Populations Served: Adult


This therapist offers a discount for payment at the time of service when there is no requirement for billing or other financial paperwork.

Usual and Customary Fee:  My standardized fee is $135 for a sixty-minute session. I can bill insurance providers in or out-of-network depending on the plan. I may adjust my rate as needed so that people can afford to see me, particularly for those who are uninsured or prefer not to use insurance. Extended sessions as well as appointments over the phone can also be arranged.


Highest Degree Earned: Master of Arts
Discipline: Therapy & Counseling

My broad, psychodynamic and integrative background help me work openly and sensitively with clients to meet their goals in therapy. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I practice within the profession's highest ethical standards, which include respect for diversity.