Joel Cox, L.C.S.W.

Oregon Board of Licensed Social Workers

Adults, Adolescents, Depression, Life Transitions, Grief & Loss, Sexuality, School Problems, Stress, Relationships, Trauma

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Phone: 971-261-9438
Email: JoelJCox@hotmail.com

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The ever increasing challenges and stressors of our modern world can take a tremendous toll on our minds, bodies and spirits. I have spent many challenging and rewarding years helping individuals and families who are experiencing emotional, physical and social challenges. I enjoy the process of helping people find the strength and resources to better navigate life’s obstacles. I utilize a variety of methodologies to tailor an individualized approach working with each person’s strengths and preferences.

I work with adults and youth/adolescents, and specialize in these areas:

Depression ~ Life Changes ~ Problems with Relationships ~ Grief & Loss
Occupational, School & Social Problems ~ Stress ~ Sexual Problems ~ Abuse

The process of healing involves integration of the mind, body and spirit. I believe that everyone has a unique set of skills which can be accessed through the therapeutic process. I have found that much can be understood through a person’s dreams, beliefs, creative expression and personal narrative. I am open and supportive of all individual lifestyles and choices.

We live in very challenging times which can be overwhelming and we all deserve the chance to be able to talk to someone who can help. In order to keep therapy affordable for all, I offer my sessions at just $40. Sliding scale fees can be arranged based on need. In order to keep costs down I currently do not accept insurance. Payment of cash or check is collected at the end of each 50 minute session. Afternoon and evening hours are available. Call or email to schedule an appointment. If after the initial 25 minute consultation either party decides that it is not a good fit, no fee will be charged.

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