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Our Providers and Team

Dr. Scott K. Elmore
Psy.D; LPC; CCSOT
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In-Person and Telehealth services available

Dr. Elmore moved to Salem in 2015, after graduating from Alliant International University with his Doctorate in Clinical-Forensic Psychology. Prior to moving to Salem, he had been in training in San
Francisco, and before that, Santa Ana, California. 

Dr. Elmore also holds a Masters degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. He has
extensive experience in working with people suffering from severe and persistent mental illness, anxiety, depression, anger issues, sexual abuse, violent, and criminal behavior.
 
Additionally, Dr. Elmore has experience working in community mental health, helping individuals, couples, and families cope with everyday stresses.

Dr. Elmore is a Board Member, and President, of the Oregon Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers, and a board member of the Oregon Sexual Assault Treatment Taskforce, Offender Management Committee.
Ami McNab
LPC; QMHP
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Telehealth services available

Hello! In my years of experience, I have found that my primary method of working with others is to come from a person-centered point of view. I've worked with folks who struggle with anxiety and depression, life stressors, and those who may have a history of trauma. My goal is to come alongside you during your journey and help you discover ways to cope with what has been going on in your life, and to help you address any unhelpful patterns of thought or behavior that may, at times, get in the way of you achieving your personal goals.

My approach is steeped in a humanistic point of view, wherein you are the expert of yourself. I offer cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy, and work from perspective that we are more than just diagnoses or labels. I am a firm social justice advocate and approach topics from a place of cultural responsiveness.
Sandra Stephen
LMFT Associate; QMHP
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In-Person and Telehealth services availible

Hi all! It is my belief that therapy should be centered on inclusivity on all fronts, and catering to your specific needs as an individual. In my time as a therapist I've worked various positions, from working with Marion County to opening my own small practice. I am happy to be a part of Riverfront, and excited to grow with our team. 

I offer family and individual counseling for all ages, and cater to many different mental health needs. I have experience with those struggling with anxiety and depression, grief and loss, and relationships and lifestyle. I pride myself on carrying out a therapeutic process with equity and social justice, non-violence, and strengths based, trauma informed work. I want to support you in working through your areas of concern, increase your fulfillment in the relationships in your life, and guide you to taking steps that'll set you up to live your best life. 

 
Susan Crabill
LPC Associate
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I believe that everyone has the ability and strength to make the changes they desire in their life.  Some people need a place to explore how to do this, and this is where I can help.  I see my role in the therapeutic process as providing a non-judgmental space to help clients clarify what changes they want to pursue, and guide them as they find their own strength and self-determination to make those changes. 

I have a degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from George Fox University, and am also a member of the American Counseling Association, following the ACA Code of Ethics.  

 
I have lived in the Salem area for almost two decades, and enjoy the Oregon Coast, live music events, and playing the ukulele. 

In-Person and Telehealth services availible

Mark Rautiola 
LPC; QMHP 

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Telehealth services available

Life is hard sometimes. Do you need someone to fully listen and share with you in your difficult issues or life experiences? Whether it's depression, anxiety, grief, or a difficult life transition, being open and honest is the first step toward healing and growth. Sometimes changing one thing in your day to day routine, such as talking to a counselor, can begin your positive shift and new momentum in your life.

My personality is quiet and calm, and I am very much a listener; people often say they can easily open up to me. I focus on being supportive as you find your unique strengths and view each individual holistically. I strive to make people feel understood, and to support you as you gain a better understanding and acceptance of self. 

Brianne Botsch
LPC Associate

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In-Person and Telehealth services available

I aspire to offer a safe space for individuals to be vulnerable and their authentic selves by practicing empathy, compassion, and support. I believe that individuals can make transformative steps in their life when they are motivated to change and offered a healthy and supportive environment to open up in. My approach to counseling is based on psychodynamic methods and attachment theory, while using tools and skills from CBT and DBT. My client focus is on women with sexual trauma, relationship issues, and intimacy and sexual struggles. I also work with adolescents 12-17 years old, young adults, and couples.

 

I graduated from Portland State University in 2018 with a bachelor degree in social sciences and completed my master ‘s degree in clinical mental health counseling at George Fox University in 2022.

In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with friends, hanging out with my cats and dog, reading murder mysteries, and exploring new local restaurants and wineries.

Brittany McKenna
LPC Associate

Telehealth services available

I view that the aim of therapy is to lead to a stronger sense of self acceptance, connectedness to oneself and to one’s community/relationships, and ultimately greater psychological well being. My approach centers trauma informed, non-judgemental and sociocultural attuned care. I work with grief and loss, anxiety, depression, emotion/behavioral management, attachment issues, life transitions and a wide variety of mental health and relationship concerns. I seek to co-create a space to honor your authentic expression and support you to address needed aspects of your inner and outer life on your unique path to wellness. I am LGBTQIA+ affirming.

Ginger Moore
Grad Student LPC Intern

Telehealth services available

I believe you are the expert on your life, and I focus on finding and building upon your strengths to address areas in which you struggle. Often, the most difficult times in life leave people with coping skills that saved them then, but may not be working very well anymore. I use a variety of approaches, including CBT, ACT, Narrative Therapy, and Somatic Therapy to help you create the change you want. As a trauma-informed therapist, I strive to always center safety, collaboration, and client empowerment, and to give attention to cultural, historical, and gender issues.
 
In addition to being a Counseling Intern, I am also an experienced high school, middle school, and homeschool teacher and coach. I am a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA), as well as the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH). When I am not counseling or studying, I attend live theater productions, wander around the beautiful Willamette Valley, and create art.

Ali Layton
Grad Student LPC Intern
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In-Person and Telehealth services available

By introduction I am a proponent of using life as the best teacher. For over thirty years I have learned through many personal experiences with family mental illness and crisis that telling our stories is crucial to healing. Solution-focused brief therapy (SFBT) is my chosen counseling approach that aids you as the client to discover solutions in your journey of therapy. Collaboratively my goal is to be a guide in your personal work to healing.  I aspire to include mindfulness techniques and integrating various interventions best suited to the individual to create a safe haven for positive change and growth. The client/counselor relationship is paramount to managing the potential emotional flood that life creates.
 
My formal education includes a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education with a minor in German and a projected Master’s in Counseling graduation date of December 2024. Informally I have been trained in Collaborative Problem Solving, QPR suicide prevention training, NAMI Family to Family, and attended courses regarding brain development and the effects of drugs on the brain. I am also a member of Oregon Counseling Association and adhere to the American Code of Ethics through the American Counseling Association (ACA). 

Emma Lime
Office Manager
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I am thrilled to be such an integral piece to our team here at Riverfront, and eager to continue watching our practice grow and blossom. I believe that everyone is entitled to care tailored to their specific needs, whether that be scheduling, selecting the right provider and services, or otherwise. I'm happy to help work around your busy (or not so busy) lifestyle to find the time and provider that will best help you achieve your goals.

Away from the office, I hold cosmetology licenses as a Nail Technician and Esthetician. Having been born and raised in the valley, I am in love with all our state has to offer; When I'm not at our front desk, I can be found gallivanting around the coast, kayaking, or hiking our beautiful wooded state with my pup.
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