Psychotherapy (Counseling) In Oregon

Via Referral To Lindsey Boone, Marriage & Family Therapist, Ma, Lmft, we offer short-term and long-term treatment for addiction and other mental health disorders (i.e., anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, amongst many others). Our Behavioral Health team is comprised of professionals that provide patient care that is tuned to addressing the overall needs of the "whole person," using a strength-based approach to support individuals in their healing and recovery. Services offered to adults, couples and families are rooted in industry best practices, Evidence-Based Practices (EBP) for prevention, early intervention, and treatment. Individual and group counseling are trauma-informed, culturally competent, and developmentally appropriate.

Substance abuse, also known as drug abuse, is a patterned use of a drug in which the user consumes the substance in amounts or with methods that are harmful to themselves or others. Substance abuse treatment consists of outpatient behavioral health treatment (individual and/or group), psychiatric care, evaluation, and co-occurring disorders.

Behavioral Health care is delivered through a holistic lens to increase access to treatment, address social determinants of health, improve treatment outcomes, and reduce the stigma associated with behavioral health treatment. Your provider will take an integrated approach to collaborate with other professional and social supports identified to assist healing and recovery efforts and identify continued needs.

Services include but are not limited to the following after careful and thorough assessment during an intense biopsychosocial at the beginning of treatment.:

  • Individual and group counseling
  • Marriage/family relationship counseling
  • Depression screening
  • Job loss
  • Family member illness or loss
  • Living with chronic illness
  • Medication management
  • Anxiety disorder
  • Bipolar assessments & treatment
  • Autism diagnosis
  • Personality testing
  • ADHD assessments & treatment
  • Family counseling
  • Other psychological testing
  • Addiction and chemical dependency
  • Aging well
  • Bereavement
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Neglect and abuse
  • Oppositional and defiant behavior
  • Postpartum depression
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Relationship issues
  • Sexual abuse
  • Stress issues
  • Community resources and referrals for the related issue

About Lindsey Boone

I want to start of by congratulating you on taking steps toward wholeness and wellness. If you are exploring therapy for the first time, welcome. If you have engaged in therapy in the past and are looking for a new experience, welcome. If you have no idea what you are looking for, welcome! Often times, clients that I work with decide to engage, or rengage, in therapy because an issue surfaced in their life that they could not navigate on their own. Other times, clients feel satisfied in their lives, and are looking to explore the hidden crevices of their psyche for more optimal relationships.

Whatever your reason is for looking into therapy as an option, I am so glad you have taken this step. I believe therapy can be a force of healing and transformation in someone's life. I have worked in the field of psychology for over a decade and I have had the unique privilege of walking along others as they navigate this wild journey we find ourselves in.

I have dedicated most of my career to helping those navigating addiction and mental health challenges. I am also passionate about working with couples looking to reengage intimacy. If you would like to find out more about my practice, please feel free to reach out. I look forward to connecting with you!

Fees for Therapy:
Therapy Fee: $250 is for 45 minutes

Contact Information:
Phone: 541-306-0745

Lindsey Boone

Individual Therapy

  • Psychodynamic Therapy: The goal is to aid clients in developing the psychological tools needed to deal with complicated feelings and situations. The impact of early experiences and unconscious drives on behavior will be explored to enhance coping skills and move toward a positive future goal orientation.
  • Interpersonal Therapy: Interpersonal Counseling is a diagnosis-focused approach in which the client's disorder is regarded as a medical illness that requires intervention.
  • Humanistic/Client-Centered Counseling: Client-Centered Therapy promotes a safe climate in which the therapist is empathetic and nonjudgmental. In this way, the client experiences a sense of acceptance, openness, and unconditional positive regard to address underlying needs and work on sobriety and other self-identified conditions.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): This approach combines cognitive and behavioral processes to focus on how thoughts and behaviors dictate a person's feelings in a given situation. Different techniques and components may be included in CBT, such as exposure, social skills training, cognitive restructuring, problem-solving training, journaling, and relaxation training.
  • Mindfulness-Based Counseling: This approach is grounded in the belief that individuals become attuned to their sensations, thoughts, bodily states, consciousness, and the environment while encouraging openness, curiosity, and acceptance when applying the key concepts of being aware, in the present and mindful.

Outpatient Group Therapy Available

  • Alcohol and Other Drugs: Evidenced-Based Practice treatment model addresses triggers and provides each participant with the necessary support to work toward healing/recovery.
  • Parenting Group: The programs feature activities to foster positive parenting skills with nurturing behaviors, promote healthy physical and emotional development, and teach appropriate role and developmental expectations. In this group, we will explore how our family of origin has influenced our parenting and address the effects of substance abuse on the family unit.
  • Anxiety and Depression (Process Group): Psychotherapy group treatment takes a hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving. Its goal is to change patterns of thinking or behavior behind people's difficulties and change the way they feel.
  • Helping Men Recover Group: First, gender-responsive, a trauma-informed treatment program for men that addresses substance abuse and promotes active involvement in community-based support.
  • Seeking Safety (Women's Group): Evidence-based model that specifically addresses the needs of survivors with co-occurring trauma and substance use disorder.
  • Moral Reconation Therapy Group: Cognitive-behavioral approach combines elements from various psychological traditions to progressively address ego, social, moral, and positive behavioral growth.

In summary:

Family support can be very helpful to patients on buprenorphine/naloxone treatment. It helps if the family members understand how addiction is a chronic disease that requires ongoing care. It also helps if the family gets to know about how the medication works and how it should be stored at home to keep it safe.

Family life might have to change to allow time and effort for ‘recovery work’ in addiction treatment. Sometimes family members themselves can benefit from therapy.