Martha sees clients Wednesdays through Saturdays in SW Portland. Zoom appointments are available for clients.

Martha is a preferred Jungian psychotherapy provider for Aetna, Anthem, Regence Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Cigna, Legacy, Moda, Optum, Pacific Source, Providence, Reliant, and United Behavioral Health. She is a participating or out-of-network provider for several other health plans. With a signed release, Martha will contact your insurance company to determine your reimbursement rate and co-pay. Health savings accounts or work-life benefits often reimburse for analysis as a mental health modality. Medical and work-related activities may be tax deductible for those who itemize. Consult your accountant for advice regarding deductions. Some people consider analysis a form of continuing education or coaching.

Christina Becker
Paul Benedetto
John Betts
John Hoedl
Mary-Anne Johnston
Muriel McMahon
Sharon Martin
Beaty Popescu

Inter-Regional Society of Jungian Analysts (IRSJA)
International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP)
Association of Graduate Analytical Psychologists — AGAP
C.G. Jung-Institute Zurich, Kusnacht
International School of Analytical Psychology, Zurich
National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis
Oregon Friends of C.G. Jung

The Efficacy of Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Jonathan Shedler
The Cost-Effectiveness of Psychotherapy for the Major Psychiatric Diagnoses – Susan G. Lazar
Evidence for the effectiveness of Jungian Psychotherapy: A review of empirical studies – Christian Roesler
Exploring the significance of ‘sacred moments’ in therapy – Bowling Green State University
The Efficacy of Psychotherapy: Focus on Psychodynamic Psychotherapy as an Example – Kenneth N. Levy, Johannes C. Ehrenthal, Frank E. Yeomans, and Eve Caligor
The Efficacy of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Psychodynamic Therapy in the Outpatient Treatment of Major Depression: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Evidence for the Effectiveness of Jungian Psychotherapy: A Review of Empirical Studies – Christian Roesler
Effectiveness of Long-term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy: A Meta-analysis – Falk Leichsenring, Sven Rabung
Analyzing the San Francisco Psychotherapy Research Project – Seth Isaiah Rubin, Nancy Powers
Not Your Great-Grandfather’s Psychoanalysis – Amy Novotney
Comparison of cognitive-behaviour therapy with psychoanalytic and psychodynamic therapy for depressed patients – A three-year follow-up study – Dorothea Huber, Johannes Zimmermann, Gerhard Henrich, Guenther Klug
The scientific standing of psychoanalysis – Mark Solms

Classic Literature
Jungian Terminology
Myth Search

Celiac Disease Foundation
Celiac Sprue Association
Scientific American Article
Celiac and Depression
Students with Celiac