Wild Geese Mental Health envisions mental health treatment as a process of empowerment. The process begins with the psychiatric assessment. Through empathic listening, psychoeducation, and collaborative goal setting, Ayelet works with her clients to help them fully understand their options for treatment and to make informed choices that empower them in their care for their own well-being. 

Ayelet provides medication management for children, and therapy and medication management (or a combination) for adults and older adolescents. Ayelet’s specialty areas include stress, depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationships, and trauma. She does not provide disability assessments or treatment for adult ADHD or substance abuse. 

If you are already working with a therapist, Ayelet will collaborate with your therapist to create an integrated plan for your care, and will maintain contact with your therapist over the course of your work together. If you do not yet have a therapist, Ayelet has limited therapy slots available for teens and young adults. She can also refer you to an excellent therapist in the Corvallis/Albany community. Because medication works best as an adjunct to therapy, Ayelet requests that you actively engage in therapy in order to receive medication management services.