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Niki Adams

Doctoral Practicum Student

Pronouns: She/Her

Style: Compassionate, Affirming, Relatable

Works with:

  • Individuals
Jordan Grant, MA

Who I am as a Therapist


As a therapist, I strive to create a welcoming environment for all that walk through the door. I aim for the client to feel like the expert in the room, as they are the person that understands themselves the best. I utilize feminist, multicultural, and affirming approaches to help one better understand themselves and how they deal with day-to-day life. During therapy sessions, I enjoy discussing values and how their unique experiences. I enjoy bringing cultural context into the room, as we are not living in a vacuum chamber and the world around us impacts us every day.

I have experience working with young adults and adults from diverse racial, ethnic, cultural, sexual, gender identities and backgrounds with a wide range of mental health concerns. Although I enjoy working with people of all backgrounds, I am particularly excited about working with emerging adults, LGBTQIA+, people who identify as being disabled, and neurodivergent folx.

I view the therapeutic relationship as one of the most powerful tools in therapy. I prioritize building a safe and supportive environment, where a client can be seen and heard in a non-judgmental, welcoming place. Therapy can be challenging and at times uncomfortable and I will be there to support clients through these difficult and yet often rewarding conversations. Therapy may look different for different people, and thus I will be flexible in the therapy room to make sure someone’s needs are being met. I will aim to honor each person’s lived experiences even if it may differ from my own. I believe that therapy should be a collaborative process, and I look forward to cultivating this relationship with clients.

Specialty Areas

Mental Health Challenges 

  • Activism & Burnout
  • ADHD
  • Adoption & Foster
  • Anger
  • Anxiety (General, Panic, Phobias)
  • Attachment & Relational Challenges
  • Biracial Couples/Families
  • Chronic Illness
  • Consensually Non-Monogamous Relationships

  • Cultural & Systemic Oppression
  • Depression
  • Disability

  • Gender Transitions
  • Grief & Loss
  • Identity Development
  • Immigration & Acculturation

  • Life Transitions
  • Managing Stress
  • Neurodiversity
  • School Issues
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Sexual Health
  • Trauma Recovery (PTSD & Abuse)
  • Women’s Issues

Therapeutic Approaches 

  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Feminist Therapy
  • Mind-Body / Somatic
  • Mindfulness
  • Motivational Interviewing (MI)
  • Narrative Therapy
  • Solution-Focused Therapy
  • Transgender Affirming Care
Niki Adams

Who I am when I’m not a Therapist

Outside of the therapy office, I can usually be found reading the newest fantasy book, cuddling my guinea pigs, and spending time playing board games. I enjoy dancing, traveling, bad-singing, Renaissance fairs, and exploring new parts of Oregon!


  • Pursuing PsyD in Clinical Psychology, Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR
  • MA in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University, Hillsboro, OR
  • BS in Psychology from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX

Training & Experience  

  • Published in numerous psychological journals for my research with underrepresented communities,

    including making mental health more accessible to the public

  • I have extensive experience working with LGBTQIA+ young adults experiencing depression, anxiety, trauma and suicidality

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