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ADDICTION TREATMENT CENTERS IN SALEM, OREGON

The N-SSATS and TEDS data regarding drug and alcohol related admissions in Oregon and in Salem, OR, showed that during the 2006 survey, there were 22,353 clients who were in treatment at the drug rehab centers of the state. Of these, 2,273 of the clients were found to be under the age of 18 years. The majority of the patients in the treatment centers were found to be outpatient ones, with 89% of the clients opting for outpatient programs. It has also been reported that the percentage of admissions that were related to more than one drug taken by clients had also risen during the years studied.

In case you know someone who is in need of treatment for drug or alcohol problems, our directory listings of rehab centers in and around Salem, OR, can be of assistance to them, in accessing the right rehab center near them. In some cases, the withdrawal symptoms are quite severe, and it is important to go through the recovery with the help of certified professionals in a proper center, that offers safe detoxification procedures. It is important that addicts do not try to detox on their own in their homes, as the results could be fatal in some cases.
SALEM, OR REHAB CENTERS AND ADDICTION TREATMENT
WHAT THERAPISTS IN SALEM HAVE TO SAY
Allison Bradley
Allison Bradley
Salem, OR 97301

What types of services do you offer?

I offer counseling services for children, teens, adults, families, couples, and groups. I also offer consultation services, including reports and telephone calls, on a case by case basis and within the scope of my practice.

What issues do you specify treatment for?

I work with children and adolescents, focusing on trauma, anger management, social skills, depression, anxiety, and oppositional behaviors. My work with families includes parenting skills, couples relationship, children’s developmental issues, and family relationship skills. I work with individual adults on trauma, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and women’s issues. I hold groups focused on children who have experienced domestic violence, teen girls support group, parent support group, and a support group for women experiencing postpartum depression.

What therapy modalities do you use in your practice?

Based on treatment needs of each individual, I use an integrative approach to counseling. This means I may utilize an array of treatment strategies to best meet the needs of each client. I have completed training related to counseling survivors of domestic violence, childhood sexual abuse, trauma, play therapy, and Parent Child Interaction Therapy. I also have a background in using art to facilitate creative emotional expression.

When should one seek treatment?

Many people seek counseling at different times in life. I find that people benefit most from counseling when life problems arise that are overwhelming or difficult to manage. Counseling can provide a safe place to brainstorm, gain support, and problem solve. Seeking counseling does not mean you are broken or helpless. It is simply a place to build on your current strengths, learn new ideas, and try a different approach in order to make life work better.

Why should someone choose to come to your practice?

I became a counselor because I have personally experienced and witnessed in others the amazing impact that emotional healing can have in life. As a counselor, I am genuine, candid, respectful, and always striving to be supportive of the unique needs of each person. I approach the counseling process with a perspective that clients are intrinsically valuable and deserve respect. My role as a counselor is to help clients identify current areas needing growth, strategies to achieve higher possibilities, and hope that success is achievable. I view counseling as a process in which counselors support and walk along side people on a journey toward self-discovery and emotional healing.

What relationship exists between mental health and substance abuse? What services do you provide for someone suffering with either and/or both?

Mental health and substance abuse issues often co-occur, as individuals may strive to cope with mental health issues through the use of substances. I provide counseling to address mental health and relationship concerns as they impact the individual and the social system. I have worked with many clients who also experience substance abuse issues and seek treatment. My role as the mental health counselor is to provide additional support to individuals seeking both mental health and substance abuse treatment. I provide consultation to substance abuse counselors as needed, and I work with the team members to collaborate care for the individual.

Allison is a Licensed Professional Counselor offering child, family and individual counseling in Salem, Oregon. If interested in her services, please contact her at (971) 599-1485. 

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Allison Bradley
388 State Street, Suite 960
Salem, OR 97301
Carmen Heidecke
Carmen Heidecke
Salem, OR 97302

What types of services do you offer?

Individual sessions, couples session, groups sessions, consultation

What issues do you specify treatment for?

Any issues that are associated with mental health diagnoses and many medical/physical diagnoses such as Anxiety Disorder, Depression, ADHD, Addiction, Substance Abuse, OCD, PTSD, Chronic Pain, Sleep Disturbances, Anger, Migraine, Headaches, Relationship Problems, Panic, Fatigue, Personality Disorder, Sensory Integration, etc.

What therapy modalities do you use in your practice?

Somatic Experiencing ®, integrated Listening systems, coaching, counseling, psycho education (up to date information from Neuroscience)

When should one seek treatment?

At any point in your life you feel you need professional support to guide you on your journey of healing, personal growth, recovery, and well being.

Why should someone choose to come to your practice?

Body Psychotherapy combines the research, experience, and knowledge from Bodywork and Mental Health in one profession. Body Psychotherapy is facilitated through verbal coaching and/or gentle touch and works with the interplay between physical illness, emotional health, and wellness. It reduces and/or eliminates the symptoms associated with mental health diagnoses and medical/physical diagnoses and increases your capacity to handle stress. Body Psychotherapy helps integrate traumatic experiences so that they stop overwhelming you. 

What relationship exists between mental health and substance abuse? What services do you provide for someone suffering with either and/or both?

Excessive use of substances as well as many other symptoms tend to be the expression of one’s management strategies to fill voids in life such as: boredom, need for belonging, need to be loved, need to care for, need for being appreciated, need for appreciating oneself, need to feel less shame and guilt, need for genuine connection with others and oneself, need to find purpose and meaning in life, need to feel safe, need to experience oneself “differently”, need to feel less physical/emotional pain, need to feel hopeful.

Carmen is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor in Oregon providing services to people with mental health diagnosis, as well as developmental and physical disabilities. If you are interested in her services, please contact her at www.mylifealive.org or at (503) 807-3444. 

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Carmen Heidecke
388 State Street, Suite #705
Salem, OR 97302
Jenifer Hume
Jenifer Hume
Salem, OR 97301

What types of services do you offer? What issues do you specify treatment for?

I offer services for individuals (children and adults), groups (children and parents), and organizations (workshops). My specialties include children, parenting, and childhood healing.

What therapy modalities do you use in your practices?  

I combine a person-centered approach with a variety of techniques that I have picked up from my previous experience (including elementary school counseling) and from my studies of Interpersonal Neurobiology.

When should one seek treatment?

Clients typically seek treatment when they are no longer able to manage an issue (such as anxiety or a divorce) that is negatively impacting their lives. Parenting clients of mine are more prevention-minded, seeking services to gain knowledge and new skills for 21st century parenting.

What relationship exists between mental health and substance abuse? What services do you provide for someone suffering with either and/or both?

Mental health is absolutely impacted by substance abuse. From my view, substance abuse is linked to the avoidance of a temporary or chronic challenge that the client is facing. While I do not provide direct treatment services for people challenged by substance abuse, I do provide a warm, empathetic environment where clients can explore the hidden and sometimes scary parts of themselves. From this safe place, healing can begin.

Jenifer Hume is a counselor in Salem, Oregon, specializing in childhood healing, parenting and children. If you would like more information regarding the types of services Jenifer provides, please call (541) 663-4163. 

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Salem, OR 97301
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