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How to Use This Site

If you are looking for a therapist or life coach Click on your location in the menu at the top of the page. All of the listed therapists will come up. Click on each picture to learn more about each provider.  If you are looking to see who accepts your specific insurance Click on the menu for the sidebar and click on your specific insurance carriers. If you are in crisis If you feel you are in crisis or have a mental health emergency outside of a counseling session, it is extremely important that you call 911, go to the nearest emergency room of a local hospital, or call one of the County Crisis Lines Hood River County, 541-386-7534 Wasco County, 541-296-6307 (after hours 1-888-877-9147) Klickitat County, 509-773-5801 Skamania County, 509-427-3850

Understanding IBS

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Understanding IBS | A Free Webinar IBS is very common but poorly understood.  This often leads people to think 'it's all in my head' or 'just anxiety'. There are hundreds of research studies that have made great progress in understanding the root causes of IBS. The unfortunate fact is that many doctors & patients aren't aware of this research or the effective treatments. Join Dawson Farr ND & Scott Rower PhD for this free, 45 minute webinar.   Register Here - http://restanddigest.org/understanding-ibs-webinar/

2020 RESOURCE LIST

Gorge Area Resources: Updated (4/23/20) to reflect COVID-19 Info *This is an incomplete, community driven and maintained listing, please submit additions through website contact at rebeccahuntermsw@gmail.com Gorge Mental Health Resources Therapy in the Gorge: a listing of private practice therapists in the Gorge. Search by your area, need or insurance. www.therapyinthegorge.com Mid-Columbia Center for Living: Community mental health clinic and treatment programs. MCCFL accepts OHP. https://www.mccfl.org/ Providence Gorge Counseling: Mental Health clinic providing therapy and psychiatric services https://oregon.providence.org/location-directory/p/providence-hood-river-memorial-hospital-behavioral-health/ Washington Comprehensive: Behavioral Healthcare in the Gorge https://www.comphc.org/ Gorge Behavior Solutions https://gorgebehaviorsolutions.com/ Helping Hands Against Violence(HR): Providing services, shelter and support for victims and survivors o

Ash Wylder, Life Coach

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Ash Wylder certified high performance coach (407) 404 3714 ash@ashwylder.com ashwylder.com As a high performance coach, I teach activists and holistic-health entrepreneurs who struggle with healthy boundaries and burn-out, how to master their mindset and habits so they can be more engaged, joyful, confident, and effective in the face of any circumstance.  I work with activists and holistic health entrepreneurs nationally and locally who have difficulty holding boundaries for themselves, communicating their real wants, and turning off at the end of the day so that they can relax and enjoy their life. FOCAL POINTS: Daily Habits Mindset Goals and Aspirations Radical Self-Care Relationships Joy and Presence   If you are an individual eager to change their life by communicating more clearly, effectively “turning-off” and enjoying free time, and being your best self no matter the context, please book a free 30min Discovery Call here. https://ashwylder.as.me/DiscoveryCall If you are a small b

New Resource for Anxiety

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Groups now forming for August and September Series! Follow Rebecca Hunter, MSW on Facebook for more info or you can go to my website at www.rebeccahuntermsw.com . Groups are a great, economical way to start healing from Anxiety. Are you done suffering yet? It's time to get help.

Anxiety is Not the Enemy, by Scott Rower, PhD

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    Anxiety is Not the Enemy | Part 2 In this guide to for those that struggle with anxiety, Hood River psychologist Scott Rower, PhD shares   Part #2 - Name It to Tame It . This post covers the following topics: Getting clarity on your anxiety The good & bad sides of diagnosis Anxiety disorders - the complete list What all anxiety disorders have in common https://scottrowerphd.com/anxiety-is-not-the-enemy-pt2/