University of Oregon Counseling and Testing Center
The University of Oregon Counseling and Testing Center
(UCTC) provides comprehensive mental health and testing services to UO students. Clinical services are available to currently enrolled University of Oregon students. All information shared by clients, including requests for services and client use of services, is maintained as strictly confidential within the UCTC. The UCTC aims to develop and maintain a positive psychological climate on campus by promoting personal growth, and respecting and supporting cultural pluralism within our diverse community. All UCTC facilities, services, workshops, presentations are accessible to students with disabilities.
UCTC services include:
- Individual counseling
- Couples counseling
- Group counseling
- Assessment for hormone or surgical treatment
- Online self-help resources
- Psycho-educational classes and workshops, and
- A variety of testing services
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 am - 5:00 PM
Drop-in/Scheduled Intake Information
2nd floor, University Health, Counseling, and Testing Center Building
Maps and Directions
(These individuals have self-identified as professionals with experience related to LGBTQ concerns. No endorsement of these individuals is expressed or implied.)
Linda Cathey, M.Ed.,
Hult Plaza Building
401 East 10th Avenue, Suite 330
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Linda believes in the importance of providing a safe and trusting environment for her clients. She enjoys working with individuals, couples and families. Her specialties include; child sexual abuse survivorship, LGBTQ issues, PTSD/trauma, depression, and anxiety.
Ker Cleary, M.A., LPC
474 Willamette Street, Suite 302
Eugene, OR 97401
Accepts out-of-network insurance.
Dr. Kimberly Harding, PHD
2506 Hawkins Lane
Eugene, OR 97405
Lyla Hill, LCSW
132 NE 15th Street Suite D
Newport, Oregon 97365
“I am located in Newport, Oregon and I am an experienced LGBTQ therapist. I work with people facing stressful Family Dynamics, Relationship Issues and life Transitions. I believe people possess within themselves all they need to facilitate change and healing. My strengths are a quiet clarity and genuine compassion for people. Clients describe me as straightforward and respectful.” Unavailable until late December 2014.
Patricia L. Norberg, M.S.
National Certified Counselor
2411 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Eugene, OR 97401
Evening apts available
"I offer very reasonable sliding fee counseling, with specialization in LGBTQ issues. I have operated a small private practice in the Eugene community over the past 25 years and have worked with a large number of students. My office is within 2 miles of campus on 18th Ave, close to LTD bus stop, with bike access and easy parking."
Ron Unger, LCSW
Gay Mental Health Counseling
1257 High St Suite 7
Eugene, OR 97401
Trained and experienced in counseling for transgender people, also lots experience counseling gay men. Accepts some insurance. Offices are located near the UO campus.
Laura N. Stockford, LCSW
Specializes in Substance Abuse Counseling
1258 High Street
Eugene, OR 97401R. Cortlandt Heroy, LPC
Amicus Counseling & Consulting
Licensed Professional Counselor
1355 W 13th Ave,
Eugene, OR 97402
"I work to help my clients find peace both within themselves and within
their environment, whether that be home, school, or work. I work with
individuals and couples of all orientations as well as clients who are
currently in transition. My office is close
to campus and on the bus route. I have a sliding-scale and accept most
Sexual Assault Support Services
Sexual Assault Support Services (SASS) are currently offering weekly
drop-in support groups for community members who
identify as a survivor of sexual violence. SASS groups provide
peer emotional support in a confidential and safe atmosphere that
allows you to build trusting relationships while engaging in self
exploration and self empowerment.
information you can call the Support Group Coordinator at 541-484-9791 Ext. 312, call our 24/hr crisis and support line, or drop
in to the office from 9 - 4, Monday - Friday to speak with an advocate.
Breaking through the silence can be powerful and healing. SASS groups provide peer emotional support in a confidential atmosphere that allows you to build trusting relationships while engaging in self exploration and self empowerment. All SASS services are free!
Information about SASS support groups for people of all ages and genders can be found at http://sass-lane.org/services-programs/support-groups/.