About Us

Mary Bonds, LCSW   works with children, adolescents, adults and families.  She has over 30 years of experience working with adults, adolescents and children with post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and abandonment issues.  She works with individuals and couples with anger problems which result in disrupted relationships and disrupted lives.

Jenni Carter, LCSW  has over 24 years of experience in working with children, adolescents and adults in effort to meet their goals.  She works with individuals, adults and families. Her passion is to join others in incorporating their life experiences into and integrated and balanced self-perception. Jenni uses a psycho-dynamic approach along with cognitive behavioral therapy, play and mindfulness strategies to work with trauma, attachment, loss, anxiety and depression. Jenni is skilled at looking beyond the behavior and understands the unique complexities of being human.

Taranum Chaudry, Ph.D., LMFT   has a Doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy with almost 20 years of experience working with adults, couples and families. She is experienced in treating a wide range of clinical issues. These include relationship problems, extramarital affairs, blended families and parenting issues. Other areas include depression, anxiety, ADHD, eating disorders, trauma and abuse and life transition problems.

Charlean Clemons, LCSW  specializes in working with children with issues of trauma, abuse, abandonment, transition, chronic illness, anxiety and grief; and in adult psychotherapy regarding self-empowerment, transition, trauma, chronic illness, depression, chronic mental illness  and parenting. In over 20 years of clinical practice, she has taught parenting, life skills and meditation classes, conducted support groups for parents and the chronically ill, and provided consultation to schools and social service agencies.
Molly Dinsdale, MA, LPC, Co-Director, works with children, adolescents, and adults, in family, couple, and individual therapy.  In addition to working with issues of adulthood, family life, and relationships for over 30 years,  Molly has expertise in adult and child divorce issues, blended families, the effects of disabilities on families, and work with child, adolescent, and adult victims of trauma or abuse, and mood disorders.

David Dougher, LCSW, Director & Clinical Supervisor, has extensive experience in treatment of children, adolescents and adults and is also in private practice in Corvallis.  He has worked with adults, couples, children, and adolescents in individual, family and group therapy for over 25 years.  David's approach combines systems theory and psychodynamics, while integrating developmental concerns. He also sees individual adults with trauma, mood disorders and anxiety.

Gloria Hall, LPC  has experience working with children, adolescents and adults. She uses a non-directive, client-centered approach as well as psychodynamic and cognitive behavioral theories to treat such issues as mood disorders, childhood abuse, PTSD, relationship difficulties, and self-identity. She also offers the option of a faith-based approach to counseling.

Amy Morris, MA, LPC  works with children, adolescents and adults to address a variety of issues including ADHD, depression, anxiety and parenting issues. In addition, Amy has extensive training with individuals experiencing grief and loss, as well as young children with emotional and behavioral difficulties. 

Mary Murphy, MA,LMFT  in addition to working with adults on a wide range of issues, Mary specializes in working with young children and their parents, including toddlers and preschoolers as well as elementary school children. Mary has a unique depth of experience with play therapy and over 35 years of experience in the mental health field. She is skilled in assessing developments in young children and has a special interest in children with neurological and learning disabilities. She also works with adult individuals and couples, as well as families.

Judi Rintoul, MA, LMFT, JD, SEP  enjoys working with families and individuals to resolve problems and experience more joy. Judy has worked as a therapist, a lawyer, a teacher, and a parent observing the best ways to improve communication, moods, boundaries, self-regulation, as well as to manage pain, reduce impulsivity, and heal trauma. During treatment, Judy engages the client to find the best plan of treatment, whether it involves creating a stronger connection between mind and body, engaging in creative art, journaling, role playing or somatic exercises.

Joan Williamson, MA, LPC   works with adults as individuals and couples to address, among other concerns, relationship difficulties, transitions and losses, grief, childhood abuse, trauma, depression, anxiety, the full range of eating disorders, and self-esteem problems.  She has over 30 years of experience.  She also works with teens struggling with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, negative body/self-image and related developmental issues.