We provide referrals in the Corvallis area for counseling/psychotherapy with WellMama-trained therapists. These professionals specialize in the assessment and treatment of reproductive health related emotional and mental health concerns, such as stress, overwhelm, anxiety, depression, posttraumatic stress, panic, obsessive-compulsive disorders, psychotic disorders, grief and loss, relationship issues and other related difficulties. They provide counseling and support to both women and men. They work with individuals and couples who have pregnancy or postpartum related concerns and they provide counseling to those dealing with infertility, perinatal losses or adoption.
Treatment by these specialists focuses on creating individualized wellness plans for each client and family. If desired, they work closely with family members and other healthcare providers. Their evidenced-based treatment planning reflects the most current research in screening, diagnosis and recovery. They place great emphasis on fostering positive early relationships with children and helping parents feel like themselves again. Babies are welcome in sessions. Therapists assure an emotionally safe environment and a trusting therapeutic relationship to those seeking help related to infertility, perinatal losses or adoption. Please email or call Csilla Andor at (541) 231-4343 to receive a referral to a WellMama-trained specialist in Corvallis or if you would like to find out more about how we could help with your unique situation.
Counseling/Psychotherapy Treatment Modalities:
Individual , Couples, Family, Assessment only, Short term, Long term
Most major insurance, including Oregon Good Samaritan plans
Sliding scale fee
We refer clients who have the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) to specific agencies in the community whose therapists have completed our specialized training programs
To receive a referral to a WellMama-trained psychotherapist in Corvallis email or call Csilla Andor (541) 231-4343.
IF YOU ARE IN CRISIS
Unfortunately, WellMama does not have the capacity to respond to crisis calls or situations. If you experience significant emotional distress or you are in a crisis, please contact your doctor's office or go to the nearest emergency room. In case of a medical or psychiatric emergency, please call 911. If you or someone else is thinking about hurting themselves, you may also contact the national 24-hour suicide hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255) or 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433). They have trained counselors who can help you over the phone.