Depression Counseling in Banks, OR.

Leading therapy for major depression, bipolar, postpartum depression, SAD and mood disorders in Banks, Oregon.


Depression Counselor

Melody Jackman, MA, CMHC

Clinical Mental Health Counselor

Within driving distance of Banks

The symptoms and causes of depression are unique to the individual who experiences them. It is important to consider the unique circumstances of the whole person. This means considering biological factors, social factors, emotional factors, spiritual factors, and thought patterns that may be leading to depression. I help clients explore the root of their symptoms and help them develop strategies for dealing with their symptoms and root causes. I address shame and help clients move towards greater self-compassion throughout the healing process.

Depression Counselor

Karen Nam, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (L#5719)

Within driving distance of Banks

Depression can be a debilitating experience in which there is a loss of hope and a darkness that covers the light. I've worked with many clients over the years suffering from depression and have been able to walk alongside in a way where there is a lifting of the symptoms and a renewed & freed spirit. Depression can accompany loss or be related to childhood trauma that needs to be worked through. I use an integrated approach in treating depression to include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), solutions-focused therapy, psychodynamic, and expressive arts therapy.

Depression Counselor

Miles Salisbury, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Banks

If you find yourself in an everlasting state of feeling down, blue, lethargic, despairing, or stuck, welcome to the the realm of depression. The good news is that just like physical pain, depression is an emotional pain, it is a symptom and not a bad thing in and of itself. It is there to tell you that something is not quite right. Just like when we feel physical pain, and we check that part of the body to see what damage may have been done in order to help ourselves, the same is true with emotional pain. Since depression is one of the most common and wide encompassing emotions, it can be a murky one to work with. In the therapy setting I will help you get to know this dark place with you.

Depression Counselor

Danette Buchanan, M.S. LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Banks

I have been seriously depressed myself and I know how to help you find your way back to living in the light again. Depression can feel like you are not living! Let me help you eliminate the perception that your obstacles are too big for you! I use whatever works for you...art, music, journaling, mindfulness and meditation exercises/prayer, humor, stories and books, and more!


You Have Found The Best Therapists for Depression and Mood Issues in Banks, OR.

Are you ready to experience new freedom? Thank you for visiting our Oregon search of licensed therapists in Banks who specialize in helping people overcome sadness, treat major depression and mood disorders such as bipolar, postpartum depression, and seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Feeling down, lonely, and depressed can affect us at any station in life. Sometimes the cause may be physiological (such as hormonal or due to medication), it may be emotional, environmental, psychological or any combination of the above. Counseling for recovery and restoration from depression by a top rated therapist in Banks will help you climb back up and start living your dreams again.

Banks is located in Washington County, Oregon. It has a land area of 0.71 square miles and a water area of 0.00 square miles.  The population of Banks is 1,934 people with 488 households and a median annual income of $79,667. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Banks, OR

Mostly Affordable

Establishing weekly sessions with a professional therapist is considered affordable in Banks for the average family. While sustaining a commitment to therapy is usually not an issue, if mental health treatment feels like a burden please ask your counselor about accepted insurance plans or sliding scale fees