Moksha Lea Donohue, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Traditional psychotherapy concerns itself with the ‘story of you.’ Your family, your childhood, and your life as it is now are seen as holding important clues to who you are. Spirituality concerns itself with something so much deeper; the spirit itself as the truest aspect of self and the holder of wisdom. In therapy, I combine exploration of your story with an integration of your spirit to reveal how you may live in alignment with your deepest truths. You are not your story, or diagnosis, or present circumstance, you are so much more than that. My job is to help you access the light beneath all of your stories to sustain you and create greater alignment with who you really are.
I am an ardent seeker, having traveled across the globe to meet teachers and healers from many far-flung locations. I am a passionate traveler, having lived abroad two times, and bring a wealth of experiences that help me to relate to a wide variety of people. I hold an MA in Counseling Psychology from Meridian University, a school devoted to a client centered, humanistic approach that incorporates the principles of transformative learning. My interest in meditation and healing started in 1993 when I attended the Acupressure Institute in Berkeley, CA. Learning about the body as an energetic system helped to develop my intuition which I use with my clients. I have been a licensed massage therapist since 2000 and studied massage and craniosacral at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, CA. I have co-facilitated groups on meditation and energy healing at Esalen Institute as well as at Breitenbush in Oregon. In 2001 I became a Soul Motion™ instructor, teaching at Vin Marti’s Body Moves studio in Portland, Oregon. The ecstatic dance community has been a constant source of healing and fun in my life and I’m certainly a better person for my involvement in it. (If you’re feeling down and need a lift, I strongly suggest going to a local ecstatic dance event.) "I wish I could show you when you are lonely or in the darkness, the astonishing light of your own being." - Hafiz
Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy