Oregon Directions
Mental Health Counseling for Children, Teens, Adults, Couples & Families

We are seeking & accepting new clients immediately (clients can choose in-office or telehealth video sessions).
Oregon Directions

Do you feel like you’re no longer in control of yourself? Do others say they don’t understand you anymore? Do you feel helpless, hopeless, guilty, ashamed, anxious or depressed? Have you experienced trauma?

Counseling can help you find your way – to be yourself – to be the person you truly want to be. Everyone needs help sometimes!

  • We provide kind, thoughtful, and nurturing solutions for a healthy life.

  • We treat anxiety, depression, eating difficulties, loss and grief, stress, trauma, anger, and symptoms of PTSD.

  • We help you navigate life's challenges with respectful and attentive support in a safe environment.

  • We make it easy to start becoming the true you

Our mission is to bring inspiration, innovation and community to clients and counselors in a safe and supported environment.
Our vision is to 1) provide our counselors with the environment that enhances their professional development; 2) seek clients in need and provide enlightened, inspired, efficient and encompassing therapies; 3) build a community of thoughtful, kind, nurturing and healthy individuals to implement solutions.
Counseling is based on the research that people can become more in balance with themselves and in their relationships by understanding themselves, their needs, and their particular issues. People can change!
Lifetime changes can be confusing to most of us. We find ourselves doing old things in the same old way and expecting new results, or we do new things and wonder if we’re doing it “right.”

In counseling, change provides new opportunities!

Counseling is the opportunity to work with a trained and experienced professional in a safe and trusting environment to help you become the person you truly want to be!
Counseling can provide support, problem-solving skills, and enhanced coping strategies for depression, anxiety, relationship issues, unresolved childhood problems, grief, stress, body image, traumas, and symptoms of PTSD.

Change in our lives is possible and easier than you might believe.

Researched and evidence-backed therapies that we use in counseling


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Internal Family Systems

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Extended Family Systems Therapy

Narrative Therapy

Solution Focused Therapy

Motivational Interviewing

Client-Centered Therapy

...and others...

Call: 1(541) 818-0009 or send email for counselor availability.

We are under contract with Trillium, Care Oregon, and Healthshare of Oregon.

Call: 1(541) 818-0009 or send email for counselor availability.

We are under contract with Trillium, Care Oregon, and Healthshare of Oregon.

Q & A

Do I really need therapy?

Everyone goes through challenging situations in life. You may have successfully navigated through other difficult times. But therapy is for those who have enough self-awareness to realize that they need a helping hand in new circumstances or hard times.

What is therapy like?

In general, clients can expect to discuss the current events happening in their lives, each personal history is relevant to issues, and all clients receive therapeutic interventions that lead to new insights and ideas that help provide new perspectives and motivations for desired change.

Does what we talk about remain confidential?

YES! Absolutely. (However, certain criminal acts must be reported by law.)

What if I have more questions?

Try this link to our Help Center, send us an email, or just give us a call.




Eugene Police Department: 541-682-5111
White Bird (Eugene): 541-687-4000
Cahoots (Eugene): 541-682-5111
Crisis Response Team for Minors (Lane County): 1-888-989-9990


Lane County Sheriff: 541-682-4150, press 1 for Dispatch, TTY: 1-800-676-4290
Springfield Police Department: 541-726-3714, TDD: 541-726-2286


Linn County Crisis Line: 541-967-3866 or 1-800-304-7468
Benton County Crisis Line: 1-800-232-7192
Albany Police Non-Emergency: 541-917-7680


Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
TXT Suicide Hotline: 741741
Veterans Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255
Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233

Contact Us

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