Welcome

Trinity Counseling Center is a faith-based center formed by therapists who desire to make a positive change in the lives of people. Although each of us at Trinity is unique in personality and approach, we are knit together by our common bond in Christ. Our faith calls us to live out true spiritual community amongst ourselves. In doing so, we become better people and more effective clinicians.

       

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Our Team

Gabriel McCoy

MA/LMFT/Clinical Director/Owner

Gabriel McCoy, LMFT holds a B.S. from Belmont University in Nashville, TN, and a Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA. He is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in neurofeedback, a powerful technology used to treat a number of brain-related dysfunctions including ADHD, OCD, depression, anxiety, migraines, tics, autism, Asperger's, autoimmune disorders, trauma, addictions, traumatic brain injury etc.  Gabriel enjoys working with an array of clients including individuals, couples, families, teens and children. He has extensive training and experience in play therapy and personality testing and has worked in a variety of clinical settings for over 15 years. Gabriel takes a balanced approach to therapy, integrating Christian Theology and Psychodynamic Theory. 

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Gretchen Ferreira

M.S. / LMFT/ Clinical Associate

Gretchen Ferreira, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who received her M.S. in Behavioral Science and B.S. in Psychology from the University of Houston at Clear Lake. Since 1997 Gretchen has worked in a variety of settings including private practice, county mental health, long term care facilities, a group home (which she anaged),  and was a co-owner of a business that helped individuals learn to communicate more effectively and work as a team. She has also worked as part of Medford Women’s Clinic to help women and families develop better skills, self-care and communication and overcome depression and anxiety. Gretchen has a special calling to help women who are struggling in their pregnancies or with infertility, for women transitioning into parenthood, and for women who are entering into the "empty nest" phase of life. Gretchen also incorporates neurofeedback into her practice as an adjunct to therapy, especially for clients who have experienced significant trauma. 

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Darnel Scott

MMFT /LMFT/Clinical Associate

Darnel Scott, LMFT, completed her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University, Abilene TX and she is also a certified Neurofeedback practitioner. She has done extensive training in the field of Neurofeedback and enjoys the results this modality brings to her clients, especially those who struggle with ADD and ADHD. Darnel is passionate about families and marriages and enjoys working with these clients to reach their goals. Her approach is focused on systemic results and is convinced people can accomplish the change they want to see in their lives.  Darnel addresses a broad range of emotional and psychological issues using a variety of clinical techniques. Her goal is to create a safe environment where clients can grow and heal. She has worked with all ages and is especially skilled in treating step-family dynamics, depression, anxiety, behavioral parenting issues and marital issues.

GRANTS PASS

(121 NE A St. Grants Pass OR 97526)

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Gregory Rich

M.DIV. / LMFT / Clinical Associate

Greg Rich, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and ordained minister. He received his Masters Degrees in Divinity and Marriage and Family Counseling from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, CA. Greg’s training focused on family systems and he has received additional training in Theophostic Prayer Ministry.  Greg has counseled in a number of settings in the Rogue Valley. Since 2001, he has served as one of the Pastors of Table Rock Fellowship overseeing their Restoration Ministries. Greg works with individuals, couples and families, addressing depression, anxiety, anger, spirituality and the "lies" that keep one trapped in self-destructive or

counter-productive behaviors. He also works with couples, families and adult survivors of childhood abuse.

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Kathleen Compton

M.A. / LPC/LMFT/ Clinical Associate

Kathleen Compton, MA is a licensed professional counselor & licensed marriage & family therapist who received her Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from George Fox University. During her internship at the Center for Family Development in Eugene, she counseled individuals, couples and families with issues such as depression, anxiety, low

self-esteem, work/financial stress, relationship conflicts and parenting concerns. She has also worked with teens in crisis at Lane County Juvenile Detention, helping them identify personal strengths and healthy coping skills. Kathleen has a heart for work that promotes healthy functioning in individuals and families. Her approach is strengths-based and relationally focused. As a former youth mentor program specialist, Kathleen enjoys working with teens and has experience and training in play therapy. She also offers workshops for parents and spouses interested in improving family communication and connectedness. Kathleen integrates Christian principles and psychotherapy for clients seeking this approach.

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Laura Stanislawski

M.S./LPC/Clinical Associate

Laura Stanislawski, NCC, LPC, received her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Southern Oregon University. She has worked with clients with issues of aging, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, anger, sleep problems, and domestic violence. She is particularly interested in helping women understand and remove themselves from the cycle of domestic violence as she volunteered for six years with Community Works’ Dunn House (a women’s shelter for victims of interpersonal violence) before returning to school.  She has facilitated groups through WinterSpring Center, a grief and loss support network. Laura uses a psychodynamic perspective to help people gain freedom from their past trauma and wounds and is trained in EMDR.

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James Bradshaw

M.A. /LPC/Clinical Associate

James Bradshaw is a LPC who received his M.A. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Azusa Pacific University. He specializes in working with couples who struggle with conflict in their marriages, commonly working with infidelity issues. In addition, he has worked with individuals struggling with various forms of addictions, such as sexual addiction and substance abuse. Not only that, but other areas of emphasis include anger management, anxiety, PTSD, and depression. His therapeutic approach includes TF-CBT (for trauma treatment), cognitive behavior (for development of coping skills), psychodynamic (understanding habitual patterns), attachment theory (for couples), and more. As a therapist, he looks to John 13:1-17 as a model for counseling. This is the story in which Jesus washes His disciples’ feet- in their brokenness, He served and loved them as they were.

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Carl Reimer

M.A. /LMFT/Clinical Associate

Judith C Labert

M.A./LPC, ATR/Clinical Associate

Carl Reimer, LMFT, is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and an ordained minister.  He served as a pastor for 34 years, and is currently serving 5 businesses as a Workplace Chaplain in the Rogue Valley. He received his B.A. in Psychology from Southern California College, and his M.A. in Counseling Psychology from National University.  He has counseled in various settings as a pastor, police chaplain, hospice chaplain, and as a Military Family Life Counselor on military bases in America and abroad.  He has an extensive background in marriage and family issues, and enjoys working with individuals, couples, families and teens.  He specializes in adjustment to change, grief and loss, challenges in relationships, marriage and pre-marriage, parenting and family, career and work related issues, and spirituality.  Carl’s therapeutic approach in counseling is to offer God’s truth, hope, and love to help heal, guide, and restore emotional health.  His life’s work scripture is:  “May the God of hope fill you with joy and peace in your faith, that by the power of the Holy Spirit, your whole life and outlook may be radiant with hope.” Romans 15:13

(121 NE A St. Grants Pass OR 97526)

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Judith C Labert, LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She enjoys working with people of all ages. She incorporate art and play therapy as well as using Aroma Freedom Technique and other modalities into her work to focus on processing trauma. Expressive arts provides a unique way of expression that speaks where words may fail. Aroma is a powerful tool that works simultaneously on emotional, physical, mental and spiritual levels of health. Aroma reaches the amygdala where trauma memories are stored. She has a client centered approach and works on meeting the client where they are at to best help where they are "stuck."

She specializes in children, implementing art therapy, play therapy, Aroma Freedom Technique and other evidence based modalities in her work.

She is focused on holistic health as well as mental health. This includes the whole person, including physical and spiritual health. She meets my clients where they are at and will incorporate whole person ideals as welcomed by her clients. 

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Our Purpose

Trinity's purpose is to serve

the emotional, psychological and spiritual needs of the

local community.

Our Mission

Trinity's mission is to help bring about positive and lasting change in the lives of those who are experiencing trials and struggles.

Gabriel McCoy

M.A./LMFT/Clinical Director/Owner

Gretchen Ferreira

M.S. / LMFT/  Clinical Associate

Darnel Scott

MMFT /LMFT/Clinical Associate

Kathleen Compton

M.A. / LPC/ LMFT/Clinical Associate

Laura Stanislawski

M.S./LPC/Clinical Associate

Gregory Rich

M.DIV. / LMFT / Clinical Associate

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Carl Reimer

M.A. /LMFT/Clinical Associate

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Judith C Labert

M.A./LPC, ATR/Clinical Associate

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James Bradshaw

M.A. /LPC/Clinical Associate

Melanie Lute

M.A./LPC-Associate/Clinical Associate

Melanie Lute is a Professional Counseling- Registered Associate. She received her Masters in Counseling from Oregon State University. Melanie is a trained Neurofeedback practitioner and firmly believes is the effectiveness of this treatment for helping those with trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression and migraines, among others. Melanie also incorporates play therapy into her practice with children and adolescents. She enjoys working with clients of all ages focusing on resolving an array of life's challenges including anxiety and depression, trauma, transitions, including the LGBTQ community. A former school counselor, Melanie enjoys working with school-aged individuals and their families. Within her practice, she includes her extensive knowledge of health and wellness and utilizes techniques from cognitive-behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, neurofeedback, play therapy and attachment therapy. 

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Kendra Hills-Rhoden

M.A./NCC, PC Associate/Clinical Associate

Kendra Hills-Rhoden, MA, PC Registered Associate clinical experience includes working in a private practice setting as well as community mental health.  Kendra enjoys coming alongside clients on their individual journeys to help discover early childhood attachment and family systems influences to understand how the past affects the present, and how to effectively move toward healing and restoration at a deeper level.  She enjoys bringing her knowledge of women’s physical, emotional, sexual, and relational health into counseling when appropriate.  She also highly values parent-child relationship skill-building and seeks to help parents understand developmental health, age and stage, and the importance of secure attachments and relational health within the family.  She enjoys working with kids of all ages to help bring awareness and understanding to the internal experience that is often displayed through behaviors.  This awareness is strengthened through various play therapy modalities, along with bilateral stimulation. 

Kendra utilizes a variety of counseling methodologies including attachment therapy, cognitive-behavioral approaches, EMDR, neurofeedback, play therapy, narrative therapy, interpersonal neurobiology, emotion-focused therapy, object relations therapy, and client-centered therapy.  Her clinical expertise includes working with childhood trauma and attachment issues, along with incorporating spiritual principles for whole health and healing. 

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Dane Anderson

Ed.D/M.S./LPC/Clinical Associate

Dr. Dane Anderson, Ed.D, is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He received his Master’s in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southern Oregon University and is an EMDR trained clinician. Dr. Anderson enjoys working with both adolescents and adults, and has worked with clients dealing with anxiety, PTSD, depression, anger, and family conflict. He applies depth psychology, family systems, and solution-focused approaches to therapy. Dr. Anderson is passionate about helping clients develop the self-awareness and nonjudgmental curiosity needed to navigate the inner world. He welcomes faith and spirituality as an instrumental element of the therapy process and sees personal wholeness as an endeavor worthy of heartfelt pursuit. He believes that discovering and befriending fragmented parts of one’s personality is necessary to break free from cycles of unhelpful thinking and dysfunction. Dr. Anderson earned his doctorate in Sport and Performance Psychology from University of Western States and enjoys helping athletes and performing artists unlock their full potential through mental skills training.

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Thomas Perkins

M.A./PC Assoc/Clinical Associate

Thomas Perkins is a Professional Counseling – Registered Associate. He received his Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southern Oregon University. He has worked with clients dealing with anxiety, PTSD, depression, anger, grief, and family/couples conflict. During the years of 2017-2019, he taught parenting classes for the New Beginnings Parenting enhancement program created by David Bones.

Thomas enjoys working with all ages, from 18 to 80, and has a deep desire to see health and wholeness in family systems and intimate partnership.  He applies attachment science, an understanding of addictive behavior, family systems, couples counseling, and strengths-based counseling to help integrate the body, mind, and emotions within therapy. 

Thomas is passionate about helping clients develop skills and compassion necessary to integrate the past into a healthy, conscious engagement of the present moment. He enjoys incorporating faith and spirituality as pathways to the intentional expression of one's values. Each person's unique path to learning to value and accept oneself is a journey worth taking, one that Thomas is dedicated to walking alongside.

Tues/Thurs OffSite Office:

360 E Jackson St. Medford

Friday:

Main Office @ 815 E Jackson 

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DB Palmer

Ed.D/M.A./LPC/CCAT/Clinical Associate

April Hubbard

M.A./LCSW/Clinical Associate

Dr. Palmer has been involved with the Adventure-Based Counseling movement for over 20 years & has led, supervised, taught, & designed both professionals & programs across the western states & in Alaska. As a field instructor, practitioner, researcher, university professor of Outdoor Leadership, & program designer; Dr. Palmer has worked shoulder to shoulder with nearly every leader in the industry & has brought in nearly $10 million in federal & tribal funding for youth & adventure-based programs, continues to teach & design adventure-based university courses for the University of Alaska, & has amassed thousands of field days as a wilderness leader/guide. He has taught nearly every course in the university catalog within Outdoor Leadership, has held and taught nearly every paddling & rescue-oriented wilderness medical certification, is a Certified Clinical Adventure Therapist, & is an ultra-marathon paddling fanatic. After working for major universities & directing multi-million dollar healthcare departments, Dr. Palmer founded Adventure Therapy Northwest LLC to expand access to care for those across Oregon & Washington. Dr. Palmer brings extensive experience working with first responders/military, adolescents & men, parents, healthcare professionals, & executives. While focused on outdoor therapies, Dr. Palmer brings this same intensity to his office sessions & has worked in nearly every clinical environment possible over the course of the last two decades, bringing a wealth of breadth & depth to the clinical team at Trinity. Dr. Palmer's home is here in Southern Oregon & he notes, "After so many years away, I feel like I've returned to the Shire after my many far-off adventures... bringing my family back home to celebrate home, hearth, & kin-folk. I am truly blessed to be home, & I hope to inspire you to take hold of the adventure that this life has for you."

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April Hubbard, LCSW is a licensed Clinical Social Worker. April grew up partly in rural Southern Oregon, and partly abroad as a missionary kid.  It was while living abroad in Papua New Guinea that she first discovered her life purpose was to invest in people, specifically in demonstrating God's love to those who knew it least.  This goal led April abroad on multiple mission trips, serving in orphanages, schools, and children's homes, and ultimately to the field of Social Work.  April graduated from George Fox University with a bachelors in social work in 2008 before accepting a position as a case manager at a residential children's home in West Texas for 4 years.  April interrupted her career again for international service, returning to complete a Master of Social Work degree at Texas State University, with an emphasis in adventure therapy.  She then returned to her origins in Southern Oregon, taking a job at the local youth shelter, Hearts With A Mission where she has worked as a therapist for 7 years.  April enjoys the outdoors; rock climbing, hiking, backpacking, gardening, travelling, and farming with her family.  April Hubbard is a trained Neurofeedback practioner.

Kendra Hills-Rhoden

M.A. /NCC, PC Associate/Clinical Associate

Melanie Lute

M.S./PC Associate/Clinical Associate

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Dane Anderson

Ed.D/M.S./LPC/Clinical Associate

Thomas Perkins

M.A./PC Assoc/Clinical Associate

DB Palmer
Ed.D/M.A./LPC/CCAT/Clinical Associate
April Hubbard
LCSW/M.A./Clinical Associate
Daniel Reeser

M.A./LMFT/Clinical Associate

Daniel Reeser, LMFT is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who received his master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from George Fox University. Daniel is passionate about helping children and families move toward healthier patterns of functioning. For over 10 years, Daniel has worked primarily with children ages 3-10, focusing on trauma, attachment issues and behavioral challenges and believes strongly that families are the true experts when it comes to their children. His goal is to partner with families to help facilitate behavioral changes, emotional healing and the restoration of relationships. Daniel is trained in a wide range of therapy techniques and often utilizes Solution-Focused Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Child-Centered Play Therapy, and PCIT (Parent-Child Interaction Therapy). He often uses Filial Therapy, which engages parents as partners in the therapeutic process and empowers them to be the primary change agent for their own children.  Daniel's approach is non-judgemental as he helps children and families move toward health, healing and restoration. 

Grants Pass: 745 NE 7th St.  - click here for map

Angela McCoy

Office Manager/ Owner

Angela McCoy, office manager and co-owner of Trinity Counseling, has over 20 years of business experience. She has worked in accounts receivable, marketing, computer systems management and website development/design. She worked in the corporate offices of Mercy Ministries of America while studying business & psychology at Belmont University in Nashville, TN. After moving to Los Angeles, CA she worked as a marketing assistant for the Japanese division (ORIX Rentec) of ORIX USA Corporation.

541.245.2787 ext. 0 then 1 when prompted

Cheri Moore

Office Assistant

Cheri Moore, formerly worked as a paramedic in the Bay Area, currently a CPC and monitor tech, joined Trinity Counseling to support the office staff. She feels privileged to assist both the Trinity staff and the clients whom we serve.

541.245.2787 ext. 0 then 4 when prompted

Daniel Reeser

M.A./LMFT/Clinical Associate

Angela McCoy
Office Manager/ Owner
Cheri Moore

Office Assistant

*all listed clinical associates are independent contractors with Trinity Counseling Center, LLC, and are covered by individual liability insurance and regulated by the Oregon State Board of Therapists

815 E Jackson St. MAIN OFFICE

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