Ophelia’s Place provides professional individual, family and group therapy to girls ages 10 to 18 using a strength-based, goal-oriented approach. All of Ophelia’s Place therapists have master’s degrees or are in a master’s degree program for either Social Work or Couples and Family Therapy and significant experience working with adolescent girls. Prior to seeing a therapist each girl will complete a brief in-take process to determine her needs. Therapy services are provided to all girls regardless of income level.

Ophelia’s Place doesn’t offer:

  • Mental Health or Psychiatric Evaluations, assessments, diagnoses, or labels
  • Medication prescriptions or adjustments
  • Mandated services
  • Adult therapy
  • Payments via insurance including OHP

Please note: Although we do not bill insurance, we have a sliding scale payment option available.  This scale is based on your income and circumstances.  We feel strongly that fees for services shouldn’t be a barrier.



We currently offer several group therapy options for girls and their families:

H.E.R. (Healing, Empowering, Recovery)
H.E.R. Is a trauma-focused therapy group held at different points throughout the year. Please call 541-284-4333 for more information.

Parent-Daughter Circle
Mondays Jan 13-March 16
5:30-7 pm
$10-$80 sliding scale (scholarships available)
Girls ages 11-15 and one parent/guardian of any gender
This group will provide creative and expressive activities for girls and their parent/guardian with the opportunity to express needs and envision healthy and valued relationship experiences. The activities encourage, inspire, and reconnect parent-daughter pairs in practical, honest, and enjoyable ways. Pairs must commit to regular group attendance. Advance registration is required. Parents/guardians and daughters must attend an intake prior to beginning the group.

OP Drop-In Support Group
Mondays ongoing
4-5 pm
This free drop-in support group is open to all middle­ and high-school aged girls and non-binary youth, who are seeking a safe place to talk about the issues in their lives. The group is facilitated by OP therapists and focuses on empowerment and skill-building from a strengths-based, relational approach. Guardians of middle school youth must sign a parent consent form prior to youth’s first attendance.

Topics (Download a full description of these topics):

  • Jan 13 – How to Navigate Problems with Others
  • Jan 20 – Family
  • Jan. 27 – Romantic Relationships and Sex
  • Feb 3 – Relationships with Peers
  • Feb 10 – How I Feel About Myself
  • Feb 17 – How I Feel About My Body
  • Feb 24 – Things That Worry Me
  • March 2 – Gender and Sexual Identity
  • March 9 – What it Means to Be a Girl/Woman in This World
  • March 16 – Depression