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Karen A. McClintock, Ph.D. LLC, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Oregon  #1522
Office Location: 149 Clear Creek Drive #101, Ashland, OR 97520, USA
Office Cell Phone:
(541) 326-1616

Directions:
The office is in a professional building with ample parking, off Oak Street near Hersey.
From the downtown area go toward the freeway on Oak Street.
Just after the railroad tracks turn right on Clear Creek.
The building is a two story red brick building on the left.

Dr. McClintock is a provider with most insurance companies for counseling services.

Adult Client Intake Information Forms – Click here to download and print

PROFESSIONAL DISCLOSURE STATEMENT

Karen A. McClintock holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and is licensed by the Oregon Board of Licensed Psychologists. She is a graduate of Pacific School of Religion with a Master of Divinity Degree, and the Union Institute and University of Cincinnati where she completed the Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. In her practice she sees individuals, couples, and families. Dr. McClintock’s practice includes individuals age sixteen and older and extends across the adult lifespan.

Dr. McClintock’s specialty areas include sexual shame, and other areas of human sexuality. She specializes in family secrets, divorce, grief and loss issues, life transitions, and couple’s communication. She primarily uses Cognitive-Behavioral theories and interventions in treatment along with psychoanalytical theory, family systems theory, and pastoral counseling. Her second language is American Sign Language and she has studied Deaf culture.

Dr. McClintock is a consultant to congregations in conflict resolution, leadership training, and spiritual retreats. She provides consultation services to individuals, congregations, businesses, and schools on issues of sexual boundaries, sexual harassment, and abuse prevention. She is a published author and frequent key-note speaker. Dr. McClintock’s practice includes the supervision of counseling interns. She is on the faculty at Southern Oregon University teaching in the Psychology department.

Any counseling and supervision includes an element of risk to clients. Most clients experience increased hope and measurable change within the first few weeks of treatment. Dr. McClintock fully complies with the legal mandates for practice in the State of Oregon and ethical mandates of the American Psychological Association. She is a member of the Oregon Psychological Association and The Southern Oregon Psychologists Association. She openly invites feedback about the process of therapy. Please feel free to raise any question of concern with her directly if possible. Your feedback is welcomed and utilized.