Find Therapists, Counselors and Psychologists in Medford, Oregon

Find a therapist in Medford, Oregon that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Medford, to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief and more.

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Diana Diaz

Diana Diaz, LCSW

I am a licensed clinical social worker with over 10 years experience in counseling. I have worked with chronically ill clients focusing on their motivation for self-care. These clients had a myriad of physical and mental health disorders including substance abuse. I also work with adults who are having a difficult time navigating major life events. I like to believe that some individuals need a little help in becoming motivated to change. Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 11 years


Dr. Nichole  Schermerhorn

Dr. Nichole Schermerhorn, LMHC

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in New York State. I hold a Doctorate degree in Psycholoy and a Master's degree in Human Services Counseling. I have been in practice for over 20 years and I really enjoy helping people. My counseling style is warm, positive, conversational and collaborative. I have worked in a variety of settings providing psychotherapy for those struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD, stress management, career struggles, Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 20 years


Lynne  Rutstein

Lynne Rutstein, LCSW, CASAC

My name is Lynne Rutstein and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker as well as a Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse counselor. I have a BA from Syracuse University , a Masters Degree in Social Work from NYU , completed my addiction training at The New School for Social Research , did my fellowship at NYU Medical School for psychoanalysis and attended CCDBT in NYC for DBT therapy. I have Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 24 years


Amelia Peck

Amelia Peck, LMFT

My name is Amelia Peck, I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist based in Western New York. I love being in a profession that helps people get through tough situations with extra support. I have practiced for nearly 10 years helping people work through anxiety, relationship issues, and many other areas that can make us feel stuck in our journey. Therapy is a wonderful, and confidential, way to explore why you are where you Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 10 years


Patricia Sage-McLean

Patricia Sage-McLean, LCSW-R

I am an LCSW with my "R" number, licensed in the State of New York. I have over 16 years of experience working in both outpatient and psychiatric inpatient settings. I have extensive experience providing individual and group psychotherapy, with a focus on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. My two areas of expertise are, working with individuals with a diagnosis of Borderline Personality Disorder and Substance Abuse Disorder. Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 16 years


Vicki Wolfe

Vicki Wolfe, LMHC, CASAC

I am a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor in New York State. I mostly have experience in working with adults. I also have experience working with couples and families. Some clinical issues I have the most experience in include substance abuse, depression, anxiety, and stress management. My main focus in my treatment approach centers around the establishment of a therapeutic relationship with the person I'm working with. I Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 13 years


Christine Harris

Christine Harris, LCSW, BC-TMH

I’m here to give you tools and resources to help you to live better. As a licensed therapist, my job is to provide 2 services: To help you resolve an immediate problem, e.g., a relationship break-up or losing your job. The second service – sometimes the more important service – is to help you learn how, what to do and why this challenge was presented to you. My job is to work myself out of a job because Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 20 years


Staci Davis

Staci Davis, RLCSW

I am a licensed clinical social worker with over 25 years experience. I have an active private practice and work with a variety of mental health concerns. I have extensive experience working with teenagers and families. I can offer a flexible schedule and am eager to help clients manage stress in their lives. I have experience with parenting issues, relationship issues and couples counseling. I can offer stress management strategies Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 25 years


Mary Coriano

Mary Coriano, LCSW

My name is Mary Kaye Coriano and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 39 years of experience. I received my MSW from Fordham Universityat Lincoln Center and I am licensed in the State of New York and Florida. My specialty is in Bereavement and Grief, Person-Centered/Supportive and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. My specialty is loss and grief, depression and anxiety. I also work with clients who have chronic medical Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 39 years


Kathryn Clavin Vunkannon

Kathryn Clavin Vunkannon, LCSW, CASAC

Hello, I’m Kathryn. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC). I have over 7 years in the field of social work, with experience in the following areas: Abuse Addiction Adolescents Adults Alcohol and Drug Abuse Anger Management Bipolar Disorder Borderline Personality Codependency Coping Skills Depression & Anxiety Divorce/Separation/Breaking up Domestic/partner violence Eating Disorders Family and/or Relationship Conflict Goal Management Grief HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C Issues Related to Parenting LGBTQ Life Coaching Narcissistic Personality Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD) Peer Relationships School issues Self Esteem Sex Therapy Spirituality Stress Management Suicidal Ideation Trauma and PTSD Mission Statement: Conquering Challenges, through motivation, Read More...
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  • Languages: English
  • Experience: 7 years


An Overview of Mental Health in Medford, Oregon

Located in southern Oregon, Medford is home to just over 80,000 people. This is the 4th largest metropolitan area in Oregon and the county seat of Jackson County. The economy is driven mostly by the health care industry and 2,000 people are employed by Providence Medford Medical Center and Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center.

According to the latest census estimate, Medford is expected to grow by 8.9 percent since 2010. Just over 7 percent of the residents of Medford are foreign born and there are close to 7,500 veterans living in the area. Most of the population (86.4 percent) have a high school diploma while almost a quarter of the residents have an undergraduate degree of higher.

The median household income in Medford is considerably lower than the state’s average, at $44,697 versus $57,532. House values also fall lower in Medford than they do in the rest of Oregon, and it was recently found that workers in Medford earn 12 percent less than the average worker in the United States, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The hourly wage mean was $21.32 in Medford, while the nationwide average is higher at $24.34.

Statistics show that crime rates are higher in Medford than in the United States. The country average has an index of 278.2, while Medford ranks at 460.1 and there are fewer officers per resident here than in the state. Unemployment rates were higher at 5.96 percent than the state’s 5.6 percent and significantly higher than the country’s average of 3.7 percent.

Mental Health Resources in Medford, Oregon

According to a 2017 study, Oregon ranked worst in the United States in regards to the mental illness rates. While most experts believe this is a national epidemic and problem everywhere, there are days where up to eight people will come to the emergency room in distress, needing urgent mental health care. Therapy and medication go a long way toward stabilizing patients and helping them get back to life, but access to health care, and mental health care specifically, is a consistent issue with Americans.

A large portion of the residents of Oregon identify as bisexual, lesbian, gay or questioning. Issues with one’s identity and gender and how society views them is often a core issue with mental health. This can be a significant factor in the state’s high mental illness rate. 30 percent of residents have at least one disability while almost a quarter of people say they have cognitive difficulties. Physical and mental disabilities as well as difficulties in the way one thinks are also often contributing factors when it comes to mental illness.

Mental illness can range in type and severity and affect every individual differently. Jackson County Health & Human Services provides a crisis service for those who need immediate treatment and inpatient care. There are also treatment programs for children and adults who struggle from mental illnesses like:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Eating disorders

These are just a few of the common problems that those with mental illness deal with. While some genetic factors are at play in every situation, environmental factors also greatly affect mental health. Some of the most common ones are:

  • Abuse
  • Divorce
  • Domestic violence
  • Substance abuse
  • Job loss
  • Death of a loved one

Some mental illnesses last a lifetime and require regular treatment, while others may come and go based on what you are currently dealing with in your life. Whether your mental illness is chronic or situational, seeking treatment is vital to staying healthy, both emotionally and physically.

Treatment should be sought when you notice you have problems with memory, concentration or the ability to think clearly. You may also notice changes in your appetite such as overeating or a loss of appetite. Feelings of sadness, hopelessness, worthlessness and emptiness are also indicators of a mental illness. You may become more sensitive to smell, touch, sight or sounds and you may feel constantly worried. If you have any of these symptoms or are concerned you might have a mental illness, it’s a good idea to see a professional.

The Challenge of Finding a Suitable Therapist in Medford, Oregon

During treatment, it’s important that you connect with and respect your therapist. That’s why we’ve created a directory at E-counseling to show you the options that are available to you in Medford, Oregon. Help is just a quick search away.