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

College Knowledge - Free Guide for the College Decision Process

College Knowledge What to Study, Where to Go & How to Pay for it This is an excellent guide made by a Hood River local teen Claire Bokovoy to help others with a "simple step-by-step process to the college decision process."

Naomi Mayo, PhD, LCSW, LICSW

Naomi Mayo, PhD, LCSW, LICSW 1113 June Street, Hood River 541-566-MAYO (6296) Difficult emotions? Difficult behavior? Difficult thoughts? Stress, conflict, confusion? You, your child, your family don't have to do this alone. I help families and people in families, from early childhood through young adulthood and parents/guardians of all ages, improve their ability to learn, play, work, and love. I’m a developmental psychologist and clinical social worker with over 20 years of experience. I’m licensed in Oregon and Washington. As you’ll see from my website, I work with people experiencing a broad range of challenges. My areas of specialty are Autism and other developmental disorders Child and adolescent development Parenting and family relationships Issues related to being LGBTQ+ Problems with thoughts and feelings I am in the process of being approved for insurance provider panels. I anticipate being able to accept the following insurances by early June: P

Michelle Hertrich

Michelle Hertrich, Certified Professional Coach Relationship Coach and Consultant I have a bachelor’s degree in family and child development and 32 years experience in social services, working for the past 23 years with survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence and sexual assault. I do Coaching, Counseling, and Consultation Counseling deals with current emotions brought on by past issues, often traumatic experiences. One definition of trauma is anything that is less than nurturing. Many people are unaware they’ve experienced trauma and that it is getting in the way of self-love and happy relationships. During consultation I’m teaching clients skills and information to assist with increasing self-confidence, positive emotions, and improved relationships. For the past 14 years I’ve taught clients how to love themselves, decrease shame, have healthier relationships, and thrive after trauma. Coaching involves removing visible and invisible roadblocks to something we desire that we do

Jolie C. Lucas, LCSW

  Jolie C. Lucas, LCSW CEO Over 25 years of experience with individuals, groups and corporations Types of Counseling : I enjoy working with individuals who feel that they want to make positive changes in their lives. I have worked with both male and female clients. In my present practice, I see about 80% women and 20% men. I have experience in mental health with individuals, couples, teens, groups, families, and consultations. Further, I have specific experience working with depression, Women's Issues, terminally ill clients, and clients experiencing grief. I am open to working with clients of any religion, ethnic group, or sexual orientation. Methods : I am trained in cognitive-behavioral therapy. It is my desire to help the client identify areas of needed change, and help create a path to reach new goals. I prefer to see clients weekly for the first six weeks, and then a schedule of bi-monthly sessions can be instituted. Therapeutic techniques include counseling sessions, home as

Free Biofeedback Skills Class for People with Digestive Disorders

This is an open invitation for anyone who has a chronic digestive disorder (IBS, Crohn’s Ulcerative Colitis, GERD, etc) that wants to join a free 10 week class to learn a mind-body skill called heart rate variability biofeedback.  

Jennifer Bomberger, LMHC

Jennifer Bomberger, LMHC 541-910-2932 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.