Positive Change for Phoenix Counseling Center.
A Message from
Phoenix Counseling Center
We offer our heartfelt appreciation to the many local and out-of-area first responders who have bravely set the needs of our community above their own. For saving lives, saving homes, and saving businesses. Thank you!
We extend our deepest sympathy to those people and businesses in the Rogue Valley who lost so much due to this devastating event.
We also want to especially acknowledge Jackson County Fire District #5 and the Jackson County Sheriff Department for their heroic efforts to mitigate the loss from the extreme wildfire that engulfed our wonderful cities of Phoenix and Talent last week—and in the aftermath, working to keep our citizens and buildings safe. We realize the incredible emotional toll this event had on all citizens—and especially those on the front line.
We are here for you in whatever capacity we can help!
Community Support Group
Community Support Group to Keep Southern Oregon Strong
Our community is facing unprecedented challenges and a long recovery process after the recent devastating fires and ongoing pandemic. Phoenix Counseling Center is creating a safe space for community members to come together to support each other during these difficult times.
Join us for a free Zoom support group to begin the healing process. This group is open to all members of the Rogue Valley community.
You may be:
experiencing anxiety and/or depression
having trouble eating or sleeping
afraid to unpack your evacuation bags
hearing sirens that are no longer present
constantly on guard for something else to happen
experiencing survivor’s guilt
You are not alone.
It is by working together, supporting each other, and lifting each other up that we will overcome the challenges before us.
Mondays and Wednesdays, starting Wednesday, September 23, 2020. The Zoom room will be open from 5:00 to 7:00 pm; you may join in at any time.
Zoom meeting information is available by calling our office at 541-535-4133 or
emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Telehealth and Online Intake Forms
We will continue to be here for you and provide compassionate care to address your concerns.
In effort to create a safe method for individuals to continue to receive services - we are providing individual counseling and therapy sessions via phone. Additionally, we will be transitioning group services to an online (telehealth) interface.
We are continuing to accept new clients. Please call us to schedule your assessment.
We recognize the importance of continuing services while adhering to the CDC and State directives regarding COVID-19.
This can be a confusing time. Call us.
For individuals needing to complete the online intake forms: CLICK HERE
Instruction and guidelines. Click here.
Phoenix Counseling Center offers high quality, heart-centered counseling services in a home-like setting, providing a safe, supportive environment for addiction and trauma recovery.
Our practice is
Trauma Informed Care
Trauma Informed Care means recognizing that people often have many different types of trauma in their lives. People who have been traumatized need support and understanding from those around them.
Know the Signs
How do I know if a friend or family member might be experiencing some problems?
1. A noticeable change in someone’s personality (angry a lot, quiet, sad, or moody - when they weren’t that way before)
2. A noticeable change in the way someone looks - (lack of self- care, red eyes, dilated pupils)
3. Sleeping a lot more
4. A loss of interest in family and/or
friends, school, or activities
5. Changing to friends who might not
be so good for them
6. Isolating, staying in their
room, not wanting to have fun
Family Connections Program
Decreasing maternal substance use and fostering parent-child attachment. Download the flyer to learn more about the program. Click here.
Making a Difference
I will always be grateful for the
opportunity I was given to get clean
and sober, work through my trauma and find myself again.
Everyone was consistent and I never felt like I was being judged.
The groups were great. I got a lot out of engaging and getting problems off my chest. The counselors were great. D.H.
I liked how friendly the staff was and how willing they were to help and listen to my thoughts and feelings. P.L.