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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

Jennifer Bomberger, LMHC

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Jennifer Bomberger, LMHC 541-910-2932 jbomberger.lmhc@gmail.com https://jennifer-bomberger.clientsecure.me/ There are a million different reasons why we are constantly losing our way. It takes an enormous amount of courage to reach out and make a commitment to yourself and for that I am so glad you are here. If you are ready to get back on a path that leads to clarity, peace of mind, healing, and reaching for your full potential, then you have come to the right place. We are not meant to find our way alone. We are wired for connection and I am ready to help. I approach therapy and coaching, with the idea that, the things you tell yourself day-in and day-out has a huge effect on how you experience your life. Our thoughts affect the way we feel and the way we behave. I use a blend of evidenced based techniques and approach each client as a whole, considering, the mind, body, and spirit connection. As a therapist and coach, I like to bring my personality into the work that I do with my cl

SafeSpace Children's Advocacy Center of the Gorge

SafeSpace Children's Advocacy Center of the Gorge is a front-line responder to reports of child sexual and physical abuse, witnessing violence, and other serious maltreatment of children in the Columbia River Gorge.

Natasha Hendricks, LMHCA

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Natasha Hendricks Ally Christian Counseling 410 E Jewett Blvd White Salmon, WA 98672 White Salmon, WA 98672 (360) 869-0504 Approach Natasha's approach to therapy is a collaborative process. It is her goal to create a safe space for clients to have an authentic experience. She provides an accepting, compassionate, and non-judgmental place to freely explore thoughts, experiences, and feelings. She helps clients process past issues, traumas, and current concerns, while discovering and utilizing client strengths for growth. She believes in seeing results and providing clients with the tools they need to overcome obstacles and thrive not just in their current situation but for the rest of their life. Her approach is to walk alongside the client, empower them, find their strengths, and allow them to build within themselves a sense of purpose, meaning, hope and healing. She works with couples and individuals to overcome past traumas and issues to create more fulfilling lives and relations

Free Meditation Class for Your Teen

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  Free Meditation Class for Your Teen If you could go back to your teenage years, what would you tell your younger self about life? I can think of several things, that is for sure! But one that really sticks out to me is this, “Learn to calm your thoughts and anxious self. Take time to sit in stillness, be quiet, listen, and breathe!”   I don’t have to tell you that the world is noisy. Adults are overloaded each day with information and are inundated by sights, sounds, the pull of family, the high demands to perform in a job, and the strain of making ends meet, not to mention the current pandemic. Our brains are not meant to take in so much every day, and often produces anxiety or can even lead to depression.  And, while the information, the job, and the responsibilities are different as a teenager, (ie. schoolwork, expectations, relationships, jobs, parents, siblings), all these cause the same type of strain and stress and the feelings are just as valid and real for teens as they are

Liz Barteld, LPC

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Liz Barteld, LPC Licensed Professional Counselor Lic# C3439 liz@barteldtherapy.com barteldtherapy.com call or text 541-288-1754 *I am taking new clients* All sessions will be offered via Telehealth. If you are here, I imagine your life feels really hard right now. You may feel out of balance, you may feel overwhelmed and scared. You don’t recognize yourself anymore. You look around and everyone else seems to have it together. You are afraid to share your struggles with friends and family. You may feel isolated and alone. You find yourself short tempered and irritable. I get it. In therapy, I seek to provide a warm, trusting, nonjudgmental relationship in which you are deeply listened to and can safely and freely discuss your challenges and concerns. I am a licensed professional counselor in the state of Oregon with a Masters in Counseling from Lewis and Clark College. I have worked in community mental health for over 18 years serving adolescents and adults with a focus on anxiety, depr

Mollie Knapp, MSW, LCSW, MPH

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Mollie Knapp, MSW, LCSW, MPH Onyx Counseling, Consulting & Supervision mollie@OnyxCounselingHR.org 541.638.0841 OnyxCounselingHR.org To start, I would like to recognize the strength that it has taken for you to start the process of looking for a counselor. I work with clients from 12 years old to 99+ years. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker I bring a holistic perspective to the work.  Acknowledging Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Interpersonal Neurobiology is foundational to our work together. Transitions can look like many stages of life. If you are looking for support around any transition within your life, be it aging, parenting, someone in your life who is sick or injured, your relationship is not where you thought it would be, you had a baby, you cannot have a baby. Transitions can be identified as anxiety or depression through symptoms you report and display. At this time I am in the process of being paneled with various insurance companies. I’m available to work with

Maja Addington, LPC

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Maja Addington, LPC 541-357-9543 maja@majaaddington.com www.majaaddington.com I am a licensed therapist in Oregon and Washington utilizing evidence based therapies balanced with intuitive insight for over ten years. No matter what our age I believe we all have an inner wisdom that wants to guide us toward health and vitality. Continued life stress and traumatic events can hinder our ability to hear where our heart is guiding us. We will work together to uncover what you need to heal lifelong wounds, teach you the tools to deepen connections to yourself and others and to feel confident and hopeful about your future. I focus on the body and mind and am certified in EMDR and TRE. I specialize in trauma, eating disorders, body image, anxiety and parent / teen issues. I work with ages 13 and up. I am currently unable to take insurance at this time. My sessions are virtual for now.