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Tessa Saindon, LPC-SC

CEO, Practicing Licensed Professional Counselor - Supervisor Candidate in Oregon and Alaska

My name is Tessa Saindon. Over the past 10 years, I have specialized in providing therapy services for children, adolescents, young adults and families. I have experience addressing struggles related to anxiety, depression, impulse control, attention difficulties,  and trauma. I have also worked professionally with individuals who identify as LGBTQ2IA+, as well as those who have been diagnosed as Neurodivergent. 

Over the past year, I have begun to specialize in pre/postpartum care for women. I am now a certified breastfeeding educator, and am continuing my education in areas related to post-partum anxiety/depression. If you are interested in participating in our newly launched "Empowered Mammas" program, please click the link at the top of the page for more information.

I approach therapy from a holistic perspective. I have specific training in EMDR therapy, as well as integrated nutrition and mental health. I incorporate these into my practice whenever appropriate.  Each session is based on the unique needs of the client. I look forward to discussing your concerns and answering any questions you may have during your free initial phone consult. 

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Clayton Augustine, LPC-RA

Licensed Professional Counselor Registered Associate practicing in Oregon

My name is Clayton Augustine.  I’ve been married for 33 years and have four grown children. I’ve worked in ministry for the past 33 years with youth and adults and am now working towards becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor. I have extensive experience working with youth and families, helping to bring connection and wholeness to marriage relationships, and guiding youth and adults to discover their unique personalities and giftedness, so that they might thrive. Additional areas of strength include training in, or personal experience with, eating disorders, suicidal ideation, hoarding, anxiety and depression, brain health, and trauma.

I hope you will find my services helpful, and that through them you will find connection and restoration so that you might thrive.

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William Wingard, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor practicing in Oregon

My name is William Wingard. I enjoy working with adolescents, young adults, families, and couples.  I have experience as an outpatient counselor LPC-Intern in a community mental health agency and as a youth pastor. I have practice with trauma, depression, anxiety, dysfunctional relationships, disrupted attachments, and a broad array of other mental health and relationship concerns.

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Megan Burns, LMFT-RA

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Registered Associate practicing in Oregon

My name is Megan Burns. I provide therapy services for children, adolescents, young adults and families and couples. I have experience addressing struggles related to anxiety, depression, marital discord, emotional distress, and trauma. Currently as an outpatient counselor Marriage and Family Therapist-Associate and previously in a community mental health agency and as an educator prior as a Kindergarten Teacher. 

For me, therapy is a holistic approach where body, mind, and soul are part of the human healing experience. My approach is integrative, typically drawing from evidence-based practices such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), EFT, psychodynamic therapy, and mindfulness techniques. I tailor each client's unique needs and beliefs by helping them develop a deeper understanding of themselves and their relationships by supporting them in unpacking and understanding the narratives they hold. I look forward to discussing your concerns and answering any questions.

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Kimberly Howard, LMFT-RA

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Registered Associate practicing in Oregon

I was born and raised in the Klamath Basin, and have spent most of my life here. I started working in the medical field and then moved into mental health. I have over 40 years of experience in both. The past 20 years have been in mental health, and have seen a lot of
progress and change.

My first 16 years in mental health were in a specialized Day Treatment program for kids who were not successful and struggling in regular classrooms. In addition I worked and helped to structure therapy for OYA girls in a youth program. I worked with Adult male and females and the courts for domestic violence and sex offenders while going through my Masters program.

I am active in our community with different groups, clubs and organizations to help educate, improve and expand outreach, and awareness for others. I enjoy being outdoors and this is a big reason for my staying in the area. I believe that mind body and soul need to be care for and have a health balance for one to do their best.

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