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I'm Naomi Mayo. I'm a therapist and I work with people who are stuck or struggling in their lives with relationships, themselves, their work, or as parents.

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I am highly attuned to my clients and practice with integrity because good therapy can change the landscape of the mind and help people to change and grow. I’m not the therapist for everyone. I am for those who are ready to take risks and know that change takes effort.

About Me

Working with me.

My training.

I received a Master of Social Work in 2002 and a PhD in developmental psychology in 2012. This is a research degree focused on development throughout life and issues in developmental neuroscience. It isn't a clinical degree, but the training greatly informs my clinical practice.

I practice as a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW).


I've been doing this for 20 years and have worked with over a thousand clients, either directly or through providing clinical supervision.


Oregon license - #L6858

Washington license - #LW61061729

Insurance & Fees.

I accept the following insurances:


PacificSource Community Solutions (OHP)



Regence BlueCross BlueShield

Out-of-pocket rates:

$180 per visit

Sliding scale possible depending on circumstances



Good Faith Estimate

Online Privacy

Notice of Privacy Practices


My clients.

Who I see.

I work with individuals, couples, and children with their parents.

I help couples to communicate and connect so that they can better understand each other and change how they show up in their relationship.

When treating children, I primarily meet with their parents because parents are the key shaping force in a child's life. I help parents to better understand and support their child's emotional and psychological development. Counseling with adolescents can, but doesn't have to, include the parents.

My approach

I am an active therapist. I will pay close attention to you and work to understand what is keeping you stuck in your life. I will challenge you to be honest with yourself and to move towards what you've been avoiding.


I am trained in many evidence-based therapies, including ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and the Gottman technique.

I offer in-person visits at my office in Hood River and telehealth visits for people in Oregon and Washington.

"Anything that's human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable."

Fred Rogers

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