Gina Gratza, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Portland OR
My role as a therapist is to provide a safe and trusting container for clients to feel as though they can fully be themselves, without fear of judgement. I work in a relational manner that is seeking connection and presence with each client. I utilize mindfulness, bringing awareness to what is happening in the now, alongside somatic practices to bring attention to the sensations in the body and the wisdom of our emotions. There are also elements of psychoeducation in my practice around trauma, emotions and our many parts of the Self. In my practice we may incorporate experiential exercises that mix up the traditional talk therapy format into something broader to build different neural pathways of exploring the whole self. Ultimately, clients guide the sessions and I am there as a support to hold a mirror for and move in the direction that their goals and focus take us. **Oregon Psilocybin Therapy Update** In 2023, Oregon will be the first state in the nation to begin offering psilocybin services to people in state approved facilities by state licensed and trained facilitators. There are a variety of psilocybin training programs operating currently to train and prepare future facilitators to sit alongside individuals seeking this medicine. Stay tuned for more to come as the state approves manufacturers, facilities and facilitators. To learn more, please follow the Oregon Health Authority:
Gina Gratza is a licensed marriage and family therapist located in Portland, Oregon. She specializes in the treatment of eating disorders, complex trauma, couples therapy and psychedelic-assisted therapy. In short, she works within the realm of relationships. In additional to her private practice, Gina collaborates locally with a few organizations in Portland that are contributing to the field of healing with the support of psychedelics. She works as a Ketamine-Assisted therapist with Dr Steve Rosonke at Rainfall Medicine. Gina is a study research therapist on the Social Neuroscience and Psychotherapy (SNAP) Lab team at the Portland VA with the director of the research, Dr Chris Stauffer. And she is also a lead educator with InnerTrek, a psilocybin facilitator training program. Gina believes that healing is our birthright and her work is centered in compassion and connection.
InnerTrek- Oregon approved Psilocybin Facilitator Training Program