Mia Schroer, LPCShe/Her

Often, we find ourselves stuck, with thoughts, feelings, and patterns that can undermine the hopes we have for ourselves and our lives. We may be struggling with depression or anxiety, a relationship, an inner critic that will not quiet, a lack of meaning/purpose, or life transitions. As a therapist, my intention is to create a safe, nonjudgmental, authentic space where all parts of you are welcome and where your full self is acknowledged and heard. With a deeply felt understanding of mind-body healing, I use a holistic approach that provides opportunities for greater physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. With intentionality and empowerment, let’s heal your traumas, restore balance so that you thrive, and increase your joy so that you can be who you were born to be. We are in this together!

I am a licensed professional counselor and have 30 years of experience helping adults, adolescents, and children recognize their strengths, develop skills, and unlock doors to success as they define it. My expertise lies in working with individuals navigating life transitions, feeling disconnected from their purpose or meaning, seeking to be free of repetitive patterns, and motivated to heal trauma. I am compassionate, authentic, skilled, and gentle in using this person-centered process for deep healing and lasting growth.

Personally, I enjoy spending time with my adult children and friends, hiking, traveling, gardening, and meditating. I love to laugh and dance. My life has been a journey of healing through the exploration of myself and others, and I am dedicated to navigating life with love, purpose, and depth.

Licensed in Oregon.

Teletherapy only.

(503) 983-0642 in the Tigard Office
(503) 286-7909 (fax)



“The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are.”

– Carl Jung

Issues Treated

  • Accessing and naming feelings
  • Codependency
  • Empowerment including setting boundaries
  • Exploring spiritual practices
  • Freeing yourself from repetitive patterns
  • Grief and loss
  • Improving communication skills
  • Self-esteem, self-worth, self-love
  • Mood disorders (anxiety and depression)
  • Performance issues
  • Relationship challenges, including divorce
  • Transitions (relationships, family or work)
  • Trauma
  • Values, meaning, and purpose alignment

Treatment Techniques and Approaches

  • Mindfulness and Somatic Practices
  • Solution-Focused Therapy
  • Trauma-Informed Therapy
  • Family Systems
  • Acceptance Commitment Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy