Depression Therapists in West University, Eugene, OR

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Keri Jaeger
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I'm Keri and I specialize in working with teens and adults who are managing anxiety, depression , or symptoms related to trauma.
You are so tired of the constant circling of negative thoughts that seem to replay on a loop in your brain at all times. "What will they think of me? I am not enough." It's hard to relax and it feels impossible to stop thinking about the constant list of "to-dos." At the same time, you have a sense of dread that fills your day and it's hard to get out of bed. I get it and I'm here to help.
(458) 237-4368
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Erik Sorensen
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
Types of Evaluations: Diagnoses of Disorders, such as ADHD, Autism, Depression etc.
PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATIONS only. They offer an in-depth review of current functioning to help focus treatment efforts and help agencies, schools, and legal professionals make difficult decisions. Treatment recommendations are included for use by individuals, families, professionals, teachers, and agencies. Call with questions and check out my website for details.
(541) 345-8749
West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients
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Kaia Stamiris
Professional Counselor Associate, LPCA
Verified
Verified
[Weekend Appointments Available} I am a registered counseling associate and I work with individuals experiencing stress, isolation, depression , anxiety, addictions, relational problems, developmental trauma, and PTSD.
(458) 217-7892
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients
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Caren A Golian LPC, LLC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Verified
Verified
Whether you feel depressed , anxious, hurt, overwhelmed or angry, you want relief and guidance to sort through it and to feel at peace again fast.
(*practice currently full) All people want to be at peace in a complex and confusing world. Life throws pain our way and we struggle to understand why we are experiencing it and how to adapt. We all grapple at some point with failures, break-ups, confusing relationships, conflicts, insecurities, fears, losses and an entire host of questions life presses us to answer. We can be confused about something that happened or where we’re headed. There is no text book to make these answers easy. The Earth School is the hardest classroom we will ever sit in and we’re bound to stumble into some situations feeling overwhelmed and unprepared.
(541) 636-0359
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Lisa Sheeber
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I have particular expertise in serving children, adolescents, and families. I like working with young children all the way through young adults. I am also interested in serving parents who are struggling with emotional difficulties that occur in the context of parenting. I also see adults experiencing difficulty with depression and anxiety. Prior to opening my practice, I had a 25-year research career studying depression , family processes, and developing cognitive-behavioral, and family interventions for depression and parenting difficulties. I have opened a practice to apply my skills and expertise in a clinical setting.
(458) 219-7727
West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients
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Valerie Johnson
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and I specialize in treating anxiety, depression , and trauma-related disorders.
Therapy is a vulnerable process and finding the right therapist can be a daunting decision. I appreciate the strength it takes to begin the search for a therapist and I welcome the opportunity to walk alongside you in your healing process.
(458) 237-4749
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Erica L Freeman
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I most enjoy working with you, someone motivated to improve. I’ll help you cope effectively with depression , anxiety, bipolar, and trauma disorders and I have for 20 years. You’re individual, couple, family, or groups. Adolescents and adults are preferred. I will help you with stress, horrifying traumas, deaths, diagnoses. Struggling with perinatal mood difficulties, eating disorders? I can help. I’ll teach you skills that enable and empower you to feel happy, stable, and independent again. I’m published on Amazon as Erica L Hernandez. My book is apocalyptic: Evasion, which addresses how to cope with grief.
(541) 345-7010
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Jonathan Alzate
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Have you been struggling with depression and anxiety for as long as you can remember? Are you navigating racial injustice and trying to get ahead in a world that feels like it's always holding you back? Have you been struggling with social interactions or developing deeper connection to yourself or others? If any of this fits for you, I'd love to help.
(458) 217-1388
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Not accepting new clients
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Blueprint Therapy: Norma Martinez
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
Verified
I am a bilingual English/Spanish, bi-cultural therapist who specializes in treating postpartum depression and anxiety and life transitions. I am passionate about working with people who identify as members of the BIPOC community. I aim to create a safe space for you to process unexpected emotions and learn new skills to manage challenging situations. Seeking support is often not easy so I commend you for taking the first step to make a positive change in your life. Need support through a major life transition? Contact me today for a free consultation phone call.
(619) 350-4060
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients
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Julie Phillippe
Clinical Social Work Associate, CSWA
Verified
Verified
I see adolescent, teen, and young adult individuals who seek support for stress, anxiety and depression , familial hardship, and challenging life changes.
Life can be stressful and overwhelming and it is my privilege to be a a judgement-free support and guide. I help young people sort through a variety of complex emotions in a safe and welcoming space with the goal of identifying the right tools to experience success.
(458) 236-5335
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Heather Scott PhD LLC
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
Currently full, unable to take new clients. We all face challenges in our lives, and sometimes outside support can be very helpful. My goal is to create a safe space in which you can consider personal experiences and values and take steps towards your goals. I have many years of experience supporting adults and teens dealing with depression and anxiety and working through issues related to trauma and substance abuse. I strive to provide helpful support around life transitions and stresses, which may include family and relationship changes, school and work changes, divorce and separation, grief and loss, and health-related concerns.
(541) 507-0208
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Danielle Franz
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Feeling lost, confused, alone, depressed , irritable, and anxious all at the same time? I'd like to support you through this process as you find a healthy balance between being a new mom, managing everyday life stressors, and finding solutions to new challenges.
Supporting all new mothers and mothers-to-be as they navigate the journey of motherhood. While there's a wealth of information on pregnancy and prenatal care, there's very little out there to support mothers, babies, and families during the postpartum phase.
(458) 203-6501
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Vista Counseling in Eugene
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
Struggling to find your path? Today you are one step closer. Feeling down? Overwhelmed with worry? Too much conflict in your relationships? Difficulty focusing at work or school? We Can Help. The Vista team is dedicated to helping you reach your full potential. Since 2002 we have helped thousands of individuals, families, and couples overcome conflict, anxiety, depression , and stress. We also can help with trauma and eating disordered behavior. The Vista ADHD Clinic is also available for psychological evaluations to address ADHD and learning challenges.
(541) 517-9733
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Mark Evans
Psychologist, PhD
Verified
Verified
While I have a wide ranging practice, I have particular interest and expertise in working with depression , anxiety and stress, young adults, clients with chronic fatigue and other health concerns, life transitions, creative blocks, and family of origin issues.
In practice for 20+ years, I offer a warm, collaborative approach. We will work together to heal wounds, resolve symptoms and overcome barriers that keep you from living your full potential. Depending on your needs and wishes, our work together can involve learning new skills, exploring the past, accessing your inner wisdom, harnessing your creativity to develop more effective life strategies, and all the while deepening your self-understanding.
(541) 626-0087
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Haley Bales
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, LMFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I work with individuals and couples to address relationship concerns, work-life stress, career and academic burnout, wellness, anxiety, depression , grief and loss, and life transitions.
Are you struggling with uncertainty? Are your relationships at risk or in conflict? Could you use some support navigating unforeseen circumstances? These are just a few of the common issues I address in a non-judgmental, confidential space. The work we do together will be collaborative and targeted to meet the unique goals you identify.
(541) 402-4156
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Rory Tisher
Marriage & Family Therapist Associate, MA, MFTA
Verified
Verified
We live in challenging times; experiencing depression , anxiety or other mental health issues is a normal, even healthy, response to the stressors and difficulties of life.
Taking new clients, limited availability / Working with teens and adults who are desiring change in their lives, and seeking support to do so. A therapist's role is to help a client access their optimal life, which can take many forms. This may entail learning new coping strategies or self-regulation skills, healing unresolved trauma, unlearning maladaptive patterns, or experimenting with new ways of being. “We are born in relationship, we grow in relationship, we are wounded in relationship, and we can be healed in relationship.” — Harville Hendrix
(458) 224-1240
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Not accepting new clients
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Jennifer Monte
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
I specialize in trauma, childhood trauma, disordered eating/ED, body image, relationship issues, adolescent and teen dynamics, parenting issues, anxiety, depression , grief and loss.
I work with people who find themselves feeling stuck, out of control, feeling rigid, or just generally unhealthy or unfulfilled in life. These feelings can show up in our relationships, with family, work-school, food, substances or with other behaviors. My approach to therapy is to provide a safe, compassionate and honest environment to help you come to an understanding of why this is happening, and guide you on the journey for healing and toward growth and change. I work to empower people with a new awareness and stronger ability to manage these challenges in life that bring us to seek therapy.
(541) 527-7091
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
Not accepting new clients
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Sandra Wiley
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
As a mental health counselor, I am committed to helping women and men with anxiety, panic attacks, depression , addiction, and PTSD. I want to help you explore your history in order to discover the origins of your troubles and overcome them. Through collaborative exploration, we identify your strengths and coping methods, review the issues you wish to address and goals you have. Once you identify your strengths and coping methods, and gain more insight into problems that have been keeping you stuck, you will naturally begin to experience a healthy shift in your mood and perspective.
(541) 205-7341
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Rachel Jensen
Clinical Social Work Associate, CSWA, MSW
Verified
Verified
I see adolescents, teens, and adults who are experiencing overwhelm and stress, anxiety and depression , challenging life changes, and grief and loss. I am an experienced guide during important life transitions at home, work, or at school.
(458) 203-6548
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Ariel Yabek
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I view symptoms of anxiety, depression , fatigue and stress, not as "disorders" to be treated in isolation, but as "wise" signals, that something(s) in our context need attention.
Apologies, my practice is full. I support clients in addressing issues related to identity, relationship and belonging. My work is anchored in a Relational model of care whose aim is to support the development and maintenance of mutually beneficial and sustainable relationships. I work with clients to identify and cultivate resources, supports and protective factors so they may feel increasingly more secure navigating life. My work with clients reflects my values of transparency, respect and courage. Much of my work focuses on resolving trauma wounding, with highly effective models of care such as EMDR and Internal Family Systems.
(541) 204-2705
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West University
Eugene, OR 97401
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Depression Therapists
Depressive disorders are characterized by persistent feelings of sadness and worthlessness and a lack of desire to engage in formerly pleasurable activities. Depression is not a passing blue mood, which almost everyone experiences from time to time, but a complex mind/body illness that interferes with everyday functioning. It not only darkens one's outlook, it is commonly marked by sleep problems and changes in energy levels and appetite. It alters the structure and function of nerve cells so that it disrupts the way the brain processes information and interprets experience.

Despite feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness, depression is a treatable condition. It can be treated with psychotherapy. As with many illnesses, the earlier treatment begins, the more effective it can be and the greater the likelihood that recurrence can be prevented.

Psychotherapy addresses the thinking patterns that precipitate depression, and studies show that it prevents recurrence. Drug therapy is often helpful in relieving symptoms, such as severe anxiety, so that people can engage in meaningful psychotherapy.