Individual and Couples Psychotherapy Practice Serving Eugene, Springfield, and Lane County, Oregon.

Practical Reading Recommendations

Harris, R. (2009).
ACT with love: Stop struggling, reconcile differences, and strengthen your relationship with acceptance and commitment therapy.
Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.

Harris, R. (2008).
The happiness trap: How to stop struggling and start living.
Boston: Trumpeter.

Gottman, J. M., & Silver, N. (1999).
The seven principles for making marriage work.
New York: Crown Publishers.

Gottman, J. M., & Silver, N. (1994).
Why marriages succeed or fail: What you can learn from the breakthrough research to make your marriage last.
New York: Simon & Schuster.

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- Are you experiencing conflict with your partner?
- Are you struggling with anxiety, depression, feelings of inadequacy or self-doubt?
- Are you ready to create a rich, full and meaningful life?
Call Eugene Relationship Counseling at 541-520-1535 to set up your first appointment.


"I came to Richard with no tools in my toolbox to help me with my anger and relationship issues. Within the first hour I talked to him, he had already given me insight as to why I was having the issues I was having, as well as a great starter tool to help me cope with the feelings and emotions that caused the issues to begin with...

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Meet Richard

Richard Pomper has a passion for helping people deal with difficult life issues. Since receiving his Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy in 1986 from Phillips Graduate Institute, Richard has helped thousands of couples and...

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Eugene Relationship Counseling, L.L.C.
Richard Pomper, M.A., L.M.F.T.

292 West 12th Street,
Suite E, Eugene, OR

Phone: 541-520-1535