About Us

River Ridge Counseling Offices are privately and conveniently located in the lower level of the Schuler Building, in Sandy Oregon. Immediately accessible off Highway 26 our offices provide a safe and confidential location for children and adults.

Four therapists at River Ridge Counseling Offices have joined efforts to offer services covering a wide range of topics which include, but are not limited to, life transitions, loss, relationship challenges, child development issues, depression, anxiety, marital communication, parenting, and special needs children. We provide services for individuals from age 3 throughout the life span. Additionally we have a specially equipped play therapy room for children. Click here for overview of fees.

Marriage:  Have you come here looking for Marital Help?  Are you skeptical that counseling can address your marital struggles?  Click here to learn about Marriage Intensives offered in a team approach by Hollis MacLean Wenzel and David MacLean Wenzel

Consider Registering for Dr. Wenzel’s course on “Narrative Therapy”.  The course can be taken for graduate credit, audit, CEU’s or personal enrichment.  The content will focus on how we develop narrative stories about our lives, and how those stories impact us, affect our happiness and contentment, touch our relationships and forecast our future.  Dr. Wenzel will be teaching March 10 and 11th 2017 at Western Seminary in Portland Oregon.

Check out posts by Dr. Wenzel, videos he recommends and books he finds helpful.  Click on the link to the left “Posts, Blogs, Links” to see what’s new.

If the cost of counseling is the primary concern for you, visit our associate center, Affordable Professional Counseling, at apcounsel.com.

Parenting Tips

Read Dr. Wenzels latest
Parenting Column linked in "Our Blog" and
featured in the Portland Tribune, the Sandy Post and the Gresham Outlook.

Next Speaking Engagement

Don't miss our next speaking engagement on March 8th.
Dr. David Wenzel will be speaking to the Damascus Church MOMs group on "The Digital Life of the Family"