Albany, Oregon Therapists

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Tiffany Irwin
MA, LPC INTERN
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Oregon

♦︎♦︎ CHILD AND FAMILY THERAPIST ♦︎♦︎ I'M CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS♦︎ ♦︎♦︎♦︎♦︎I have a sliding scale: $30-$60 Individuals; $30 -$80 Families♦︎♦︎♦︎♦︎♦︎ I believe that people have amazing...
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Oregon

I use a combination of mental health counseling techniques to teach clients techniques to to overcome or cope with the challenges they face. My treatment moralities include, dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT),solution focused, cognitive behavioral...
Kate Aronoff
LPC 172, MA
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Philomath, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

I have always found that helping others is my passion. Before becoming a counselor, I worked for many years as a research coordinator with patients and their families fighting end-stage cancer. That experience showed me the amazing resilience and...
S. Paige Evans
MA, MFT Intern
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Philomath, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

With a background in trauma research and passion for working with couples, I have a special interest in how trauma impacts intimate relationships. This unique lens allows me to view patterns of interaction, unwanted behaviors, and unhelpful...
Joy Paul
NCC, MA, LPC-I
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Salem, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

I am passionate about helping people to experience healing from the negative effects of trauma or other difficult life circumstances. It is an honor to be part of a person’s journey toward getting their life back. I seek to meet clients where they...
Christian Fauerso
LMHC, LPC 172
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Salem, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

You are just not the same anymore after it happened. You now struggle to sleep, find connection with others, or ultimately experience joy in your life. You are stressed and you wish you could stop thinking about the event(s) but somehow you cannot...
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Salem, Oregon

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Oregon

I’ve worked as a therapist for 38 years. My experience covers a diverse array of challenges, including panic attacks, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, fears, relationship challenges, trauma, PTSD, and childhood abuse. I help individuals manage...
Deb Marinos
MS, CRC, LPC Intern
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

After 30 years of working as a self employed electrician and teacher, I returned to college & graduated in 2010 as a counselor. Since then, I have been helping people find ways to transform whatever life and choices may have brought. My own...
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Eugene, Oregon

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Texas, Oregon

Thank you for taking the time to learn who I am. It takes a lot of courage to reach out & be willing to grow psychologically. I have been on your side of the couch, and I know how helpful therapy has been in my life as well as the life of many...
Scott Waters
LPC 172
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Eugene, Oregon

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Oregon

One of the greatest joys I have is watching someone find more about themselves and the world around them. For myself, this process is best done with compassion, empathy, and some healthy challenge. I know that I need a place that is safe enough to...
Carolee Horning
MA, QMHP, NBCC
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Eugene, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

If you are looking for a counselor with a calling to help others find their own path on a healing journey of a happy and healthy life, has excellent active listening skills and experience with trauma, including childhood sexual abuse, and is open to...
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Eugene, Oregon

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Oregon

ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS! I work with individuals, couples, and families on a wide array of issues. Deciding to begin therapy can feel empowering and that you are starting the process of creating the difference you are seeking in your life. Some...
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Eugene, Oregon

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Oregon

As a licensed therapist, I practice a form of Person-Centered, Humanistic Therapy. This means that I believe every person has the capacity for healing and can access their inner wisdom to meaningfully respond to the difficulties in life. My work is...
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Oregon

Marla Christensen, MA, LPC, NCC Wellspring Individual, Couples, Family Therapy LLC, Owner/Founder, Marriage & Family Therapist, Serving Individuals, Couples, and Families. Welcome to Wellspring Individual, Couples, and Family Therapy LLC. Your...
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Oregon City, Oregon

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Oregon

I help couples build communication skills so that they can be more emotionally intimate, healthy partners. I work with men in a variety of ways, including learning how to resolve conflict respectfully and understanding more about their anger and how...
Gale Cader
LPC-Supervisor 1, MA
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Tigard, Oregon

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Oregon

I believe counseling is a journey that although be it hard is worth the work. I can help you navigate the hurt and find a new sense of purpose. I have extensive work with addictions, trauma, sex trafficking victims, anxiety and depression. I use...
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Washington, Oregon

It is my belief that people find their problems to be oppressive and they desire relief from them. I work from a systemic perspective and believe that symptoms are created and sustained through habits, cycles, and through the meaning one makes of...
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Lake Oswego, Oregon

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Oregon

I am a therapist with over thirty years clinical experience. Over the years I’ve worked with and helped hundreds of individuals and couples through a wide range of difficulties. My style is respectful, interactive and dynamic. I’ve learned that...
Elizabeth Hartshorn
LMFT-Supervisor, LPC-SC 1, LPC-Supervisor 1
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Lake Oswego, Oregon

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Oregon

Secure Telehealth Available! My specialty is helping the "Wounded Healer". My practice predominately consists of healthcare professionals. . I gratefully accept adult clients from all walks of life regardless of your profession! With over 25 years...
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Please go to www.garymonkarsh.com, my website, for a full biography of my clinical expertise, educational experience, and treatment focus and skills.

An Overview of Mental Health in Albany, Oregon

Over 54,000 individuals reside in Albany, Oregon. This growing city has a median age of 39.7 and a median household income of $49,515, which is approximately $1,904 less than the national average. Because of this and other contributing factors, Albany has a poverty rate of 16.1%. The most common industries in Albany include health care and social assistance, retail trade and manufacturing. Learn more about common mental health issues in Albany and discover how you can connect with qualified mental health services for you or a loved one.

In 2014, there were approximately 780 residents per mental health provider in Linn County. Throughout the county, the percentage of mental health conditions increased as the population aged. Here are the percentages of mental health conditions in Linn County:

  • 2% of children aged 0 to 17
  • 8% of young adults aged 18 to 25
  • 9% of adults 26 and older

Among leading mental health issues in Albany, suicide, depression and bullying are common issues that affect residents throughout the city and Linn County. The County reported 17 deaths by suicide per 100,000 persons, which ranks it as a higher cause of death than car crashes in the county. As the ninth cause of death throughout Oregon, suicide is a serious mental health problem in the state.

Bullying among youth is a mental health issue that has been linked with depression, heart disease, suicide, partner violence and alcoholism. In Linn County, 28.7% of 8th grade students reported being bullied within a 30 day period. Bullying can severely impact a young individuals mental health. Many individuals who are bullied remain silent about the experience, making it difficult for friends, family and professionals to intervene and give them the assistance they need.

Mental Health Resources in Albany

If you or a loved one is suffering from one of these mental health issues, don’t wait to reach out. Here are important contact numbers to call if you are experiencing a mental health issue or need additional resources to help a loved one:

These crises lines are available for 24/7 assistance. Contact the relevant mental health service to receive guidance in the next steps. If you or a loved one is suffering, don’t hesitate to receive the professional guidance you need to access local, qualified mental health services.

Local Mental Health Factors

There are a number of factors experienced in Albany, Oregon that can contribute to mental health issues. Some common factors that can contribute to mental health issues include tobacco use, alcohol use, bullying, drug use and poverty.

Approximately 4.2% of Linn County lives in the 20th percentile of income. Poverty not only increases stress about basic amenities, but can hinder individuals from connecting with relevant health and mental health resources. Low-income women are twice as likely to suffer from depressive symptoms as high-income women. Individuals currently smoking are 50% more likely to suffer depressive symptoms.

Oregon is particularly affected by substance abuse. 9.55% of the adolescent population is estimated to have a substance use disorder. Not only is substance abuse strongly linked with suicide and other mental disorders, it can be used as a self medication for depression and thoughts of suicide.

Alcohol use in youth is higher in Linn County than statewide. Approximately 15% of 8th graders in the county have consumed at least one alcoholic beverage, compared to only 12% statewide. Similarly, 8% of those surveyed had consumed five or more alcoholic beverages on one occasion, compared to only 5% statewide.

Unfortunately, no factor can accurately predict mental illness. Many individuals who struggle with mental health issues are dealing with one or more of these factors, while many affluent individuals who aren’t struggling with addiction are also struggling. Use these factors, but look for other signs of depression, thoughts of suicide or other mental health risks and don’t hesitate to ask for help or reach out for a loved one.

Find a Qualified Mental Health Service in Albany, Oregon

Thankfully, there are a number of helpful online resources to connect you with a local, qualified mental health professional. Discreetly search for a therapist or other professional to enjoy local, convenient and caring services for you or a loved one.