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Therapists in Rogue River

Area auto widened to Jackson County - no Therapists were found in the city of Rogue River, OR.
Amirah David  in Ashland
“I currently have two sides to my practice. I work with teens and with expecting mothers and new mothers and families. Pregnancy and new parenthood have the potential to be a powerful catalysts for healing and change. As life grows within, your own life can expand. New challenges also emerge. There may be pain or fear from your past that resurfaces; body-image insecurities that arise; new challenges in your relationships; uncertainty as you search for new meaning in this transition. These changes and feelings can be difficult to process or fully experience and learn from in this busy world.
(503) 713-6997
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Tammie Johnson, Counselor  in Medford
“I provide professional Christian-Based counseling in a warm, safe, and supportive environment. I have worked with adults, adolescents and children in agency, educational, and clinical settings for over 18 years. I believe that every individual is unique with a distinct set of experiences, challenges and strengths. The approach I take with your concerns is collaborative and based on the information you provide and my assessment of your emotional, mental, physical, social, spiritual, economic, and vocational characteristics.
(541) 639-3817
Medford, Oregon 97504
Jeannie Herman, Counselor  in Ashland
Counselor, MS, NCC
“Do you feel lonely, anxious, depressed, confused, tired, or struggle with less than optimal health? Do you want to feel good and have more meaning in your life? Maybe you feel like regular talk therapy does not go deep enough. I can help you break free from the negative patterns that you are stuck in and help you create a more balanced and fulfilling life. It can be very helpful for you to meet with an empathic counselor who can understand you and also help you address your struggles on a holistic level.
(541) 291-4643
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Sarah Verducci, Counselor  in Ashland
“I provide modern psychotherapy for teens and adults. My approach helps you think about your thinking, align your life with your values and leave behind unhelpful patterns of behavior.
(541) 292-0037
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Shirley Lawyer-Hellman, Counselor  in Medford
“Are you naturally curious about yourself and your place in the world? Are you seeking straightforward solutions to personal challenges? Are you highly motivated to implement practical solutions to create lasting change? I offer a free thirty minute in-office consultation to each prospective new client in order to determine if we are a "good match." The counselor-client relationship is the most important factor in the healing equation. To achieve your best outcome, we need to ensure that we can develop a high level of rapport which honors the integrity of your process.
(541) 526-7926
Medford, Oregon 97501
Kay Hagen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ashland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“My specialty is working with folks who have a developmental or intellectual disability (DD) as well as having a dual diagnosis, and those who are close to them. I understand there are many issues confronting you. I would love to help you sort through those issues and find solutions. Sometimes just a few tips can change a situation into something workable for everyone. I am here to listen and provide the guidance you are looking for in making your life better.
(541) 233-0277
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Quin Ley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ashland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“There are 3 areas that I help clients explore, their relationship to themselves, others and work- in a word, relationship. In a safe. nurturing environment we become a team to explore the ideas you hold about yourself. If it entails repairing damage from the past, EMDR is an option. Relationships improve by examining past patterns and learning to trust yourself as you improve or release your current relationships. If there is an issue at work, it usually involves a co-worker who triggers issues from the past. Once you understand the issue and develop techniques to strengthen yourself, this person loses power over you.
(541) 359-0239
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Leah K Henigson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ashland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Thinking about writing this profile, I wanted to make it simple........I'm an old-fashioned therapist with great boundaries and carefully-monitored ethics. Then I thought you might want to know more about me and my style of therapy! I bring warmth, sometimes humor, to our work together. I'm a good listener......I won't fall asleep or interrupt to discuss my own agenda. I won't tell you to divorce your spouse or to stop compulsively overeating. I will help you find your own solutions and offer support as you take, sometimes very challenging, steps towards healing.
(541) 488-8936
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Karen Roertgen, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Medford
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS, MFTI, MDIV
“Whether you are seeking therapy as a family, couple, or individual, I welcome you! Life transitions can sometimes rock us to our core, requiring of us a high degree of integration of mind, body, and spirit. With compassion and respect, I assist people in developing this integrated identity and adaptive response, using my training in spirituality as well as in narrative, somatic (body-centered), and experiential (creative/ dramatic arts, play)ways of knowing/ being. I believe that this integrated, mindful approach can open up entirely new connections within ourselves, and between our self and others, yielding a vision of new paths we can explore/ follow. .
(541) 705-2387
Medford, Oregon 97501
Wanda E Clarkson, Counselor  in Medford
“Most of the time new clients want to be reassured that I can address their issues with them in productive ways. My first session generally is about getting as much information as possible of what brought them to counseling. As I attempt to attentively listen, I can then brainstorm with the client for options they had not previously considered for solving their problems. We are able, at that point, to develop a plan (ie. goals) for counseling. Thus, counseling begins with my clients, in a collaborative manner.
(541) 228-9381
Medford, Oregon 97504
Kristen Lorange  in Ashland
“Research shows the primary agent for positive change in counseling is the quality of the therapeutic relationship. I understand that sitting down with a relative stranger to discuss life concerns has the potential to be unsettling. My ability to quickly establish a genuine connection with my clients helps them to feel at ease while engaging in the therapeutic process. Coupling my strengths of empathy, creativity, and compassion with evidenced-based practice, I address a variety of mental health issues including adjustment/life transitions, mood (anxiety, depression) and personality disorders, stress management, addictions/compulsions, chronic pain, adolescent and women's issues.
(541) 667-9103
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Greg Jemsek,   in Ashland
“I work with individuals, couples and families using Narrative Therapy. I was Program Director for a 3 year Post Grad Psychotherapy Training in New Zealand, a licensed counseling supervisor there, and accredited to treat sexually abused clients. In the US, I studied humanistic/ transpersonal therapy at UCSB and JFKU. Narrative strongly emphasizes context: the larger narratives impacting individual circumstances. I work with clients to deconstruct problem narratives, then explore emerging narratives that reflect the preferred reality of the client. I am an experienced practitioner who has seen a wide variety of issues over the course of my 35 year practice.
(541) 526-7946
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Ingrid Moore, Counselor  in Ashland
“I strive to create a safe space and a supportive therapeutic relationship that will help you feel at ease to explore your experience and participate in the process of change. Personal growth is a life-long process and relationships are powerful in teaching us about ourselves. Together we will work toward you achieving your goals in areas such as: enhancing relationships and self-concept, relief from anxiety and depression, healing from trauma, expanding coping capacity, adjustment to life circumstances and increasing self-awareness and mindfulness.
(541) 516-1679
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Nancy Bloom, Counselor  in Ashland
Counselor, MA, CHT
“Through over 30 years of working with clients I have come to believe that the human spirit is amazingly resilient and capable of profound healing. It is my joy to assist you in breaking through from old barriers, and in healing earlier wounds to become all that you are here to be. Being a supportive ally in your journey to a full and meaningful life is a calling for me. Over the many years I have gathered many tools and approaches to help each unique person heal and transform in the ways that they need to. Welcome to this journey!
(541) 241-7324
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Noel Chatroux, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Ashland
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My ideal client is looking for positive change, be it in relationship with self or with others. Change occurs naturally and powerfully when, in the safety and comfort of my office, the here-and-now is fully understood and experienced. I will sit with you in a respectful and deeply compassionate atmosphere, and share your journey towards a more satisfying life. With children and teens I use play, sandtray, and art therapies to build a relationship of trust and warmth where difficulties are expressed, and where children find ways to overcome their challenges, thereby reclaiming their mastery of their lives.
(541) 488-1665
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Emi Sprinkle, Counselor  in Medford
“Emi provides individual and group therapy in the following areas: children, adolescents, families, and adults, addressing the issues of major loss, grief and trauma, anger, stress, crisis management, conflict resolution and negotiation, self-esteem, depression, physical and psychological aspects of disability and spiritual / faith based counseling. Her practice of therapy is guided by the belief that no matter what happened, all persons have the ability to show resilience, to gather strength, and to learn new skills in order to improve their quality of life.
(541) 460-5658
Medford, Oregon 97504
“Mary Martin has 30 years experience counseling adults, couples, families, children and teens specializing in anxiety, and trauma. Modalities include Cognitive Behavioral Counseling (CBT), EMDR, biofeedback, and neurofeedback and Internal Family Systems. Annual 6 session social skills group for kids.
(541) 216-6106
Medford, Oregon 97504
Delaine Due, Art Therapist  in Ashland
“As a registered art therapist I give my clients a safe space where expression without judgment is supported. I work with adolescents and adults in both brief and long-term art psychotherapy. I work with people to transform trauma and anxiety, as well as those questioning sexuality and gender identity. The modality and practice of art psychotherapy combined with my background in depth psychology create a therapeutic experience that supports your own internal wisdom in the process. I am also practical and provide immediate skills to my clients for managing stress, changing detrimental thought patterns and behaviors, and gaining insight.
(541) 526-7358
Ashland, Oregon 97520
Barbara Massey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Medford
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Are you worried about your relationship? Do you have too many conflicts or don't communicate with your spouse or partner? There are many reasons couples or individuals have difficult relationships. Come in work on communication. I want to meet your goals. Not by talking to you, but helping you talk to each other. Both skill building and attitude change improves relationships. I work with individuals too---anxiety and depression can be reduced to live a full life. Divorce Recovery is also a time I help you work on skills---to make the next relationship a better one.
(541) 237-7001
Medford, Oregon 97501
Victoria M Bones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Medford
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Victoria M Bones, LCSW, ACHP-SW is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 30 years of experience and training. She received her Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Nebraska at Omaha in 1978. Victoria has extensive knowledge and understanding of those who have survived life altering events such as emotional, physical and sexual abuse as well as other traumatic situations. She has been a long time advocate for children, adolescents and adults. She is in private practice in Medford & Ashland Oregon.
(541) 612-3478
Medford, Oregon 97501

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Rogue River have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Rogue River you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Rogue River and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Rogue River or family therapy in Rogue River.

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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
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