Corvallis, Oregon Therapists

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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...
Kate Aronoff
LPC 172, MA
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Philomath, Oregon

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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...
Joy Paul
NCC, MA, LPC-I
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Salem, Oregon

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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...
Carolee Horning
MA, QMHP, NBCC
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Eugene, Oregon

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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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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...
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...
S. Paige Evans
MA, MFT Intern
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Philomath, Oregon

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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...
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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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

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...
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Eugene, Oregon

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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...
Deb Marinos
MS, CRC, LPC Intern
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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...
Christian Fauerso
LMHC, LPC 172
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Salem, Oregon

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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...

An Overview of Mental Health in Corvallis, Oregon

From living with a severe mental illness such as depression and schizophrenia to struggling with relationship issues or addiction, people can easily become overwhelmed and not know where to turn to when life becomes difficult. For people living in Corvallis, Oregon, there is hope to be found. There are several therapists in the area available to help residents with their mental health concerns by analyzing the individual’s situation, giving them the chance to express their feelings, and offering helpful solutions.

About Corvallis, Oregon

Corvallis, Oregon is the county seat of Benton County and has an estimated population of 58,641 as of 2018. The city has seen substantial growth over the last few years with a 7.6 percent increase from 2010 to 2018. Corvallis is home to Oregon State University, which had an enrollment of 32,011 students in the fall of 2018. The city is also recognized as a Tree City and contains close to 50 public parks.

The racial makeup of Corvallis includes 83.7 percent white, 9.2 percent Asian, 7.9 percent Hispanic, and 1.1 percent African American residents.  12.9 percent of people living in the city are foreign-born and 17 percent speak a language other than English at home. The mean travel time to work for workers is only 16.9 minutes, which is less than the state average of 22.5 minutes. The median household income in Corvallis is $46,285, and the poverty rate is 27.3 percent. 96.4 percent of people over the age of 25 have at least a high school degree and 60.1 percent have a bachelor’s degree or higher.

Mental Health Concerns in Corvallis, Oregon

When examining the mental health situation in Corvallis, Oregon, is important to consider how being a university town effects the city. For one, the high poverty rate is connected closely to the community’s status as a college town. In some cities, students who live off-campus can increase the overall poverty rate by as much as ten percent. When examining college students and poverty levels around the country, approximately 51.8 percent of students living away from relatives off-campus are below the poverty line.

Poverty has a very negative effect on the mental health of both children and adults and some data from a survey taken in poorer communities reveal an increased prevalence of mental health issues. Since so many college students struggle to make ends meet, they are having to work long hours in addition to taking classes. This can affect the individual’s ability to perform well in school and even lead to dropping out.

In general, mental health is a growing concern among college students. Approximately one-third of college students claim to have been depressed in a given year and one study by the APA revealed that around 86 percent of students with a psychiatric disability dropped out of college.

Suicide is currently the second leading cause of death among college students nationally. The state of Oregon has a higher than average suicide rate and in Benton County the suicide rate was 13 per 100,000 people from the years 2011 to 2015. Drug and alcohol abuse is also an issue for the community with 17.4 hospitalizations and 6.6 overdose deaths for every 100,000 people in the area.

Mental Health Resources in Corvallis, Oregon

Once an individual with a mental health concern decides they are ready to seek help, finding a therapist or other resources can be difficult. Approximately 60.2 percent of adults living with a mental illness in Oregon went untreated in the past year. Fortunately, Oregon ranks second in the country for having a high rate of mental health providers in the area. There is one provider for every 210 people living in the state.

For students experiencing mental health issues, Oregon State University offers short-term counseling services and has a campus suicide hotline number: 541-737-2131. Anyone else struggling with thoughts of suicide should call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). For anyone who needs medical attention or immediate help, they should visit the Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center or call the police at 9-1-1.

Once the immediate, emergent needs are taken care of, then long-term goals can be made. For those with mental illness, the road to a happy life is finished one step at a time and it’s important for family and friends to support them along the way.