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Crisis Services

Crisis, prevention and intervention contact information sheet.

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Mental Health Screening

Brief screenings are the quickest way to determine if you or someone you care about should connect with a mental health professional 

Mental Health and Behavioral Services

Common mental health concerns addressed by our skilled staff include: Crisis intervention, depression and anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bipolar disorder and mental health issues related to deteriorating physical health. To determine if you or someone you love may need mental health care, please click on the link below for a free, anonymous screening or call 541-756-6232 to schedule an intake assessment with one of our mental health professionals.

Mental Health Providers

Anastasia Leypoldt, LPC

Behavioral Health Consultant

Anastasia (Ana) Leypoldt is a licensed professional counselor in the state of Oregon. She is originally from Nebraska, where she grew up in small towns in various parts of the state. Ana graduated from Bellevue University in 2010 with a Master’s in Human Services and Clinical Counseling. She initially obtained her Nebraska LPC license in 2013. Ana then moved out to the Oregon coast in 2014 where she worked for Coos County until 2020. Life has brought her back here in 2022 and she is excited to work with and be a part of the Waterfall team as a Behavioral Health Consultant.

Anse Tauber, MA, QMHP

Mental Health Therapist

Anse Tauber is originally from Indiana. He received his master’s degree in Expressive Arts Therapies (Drama Therapy Option) from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. Anse joined Waterfall Community Health Center in the summer of 2021, and comes with four years of experience in working with children, teenagers, and adults. He is a Mental Health Therapist specializing in Drama Therapy, a form of Expressive Arts Therapy that uses elements of theatre and storytelling. Anse also specializes in writing letters for access to Gender Affirmation Care for transgender and gender-nonconforming people of all ages. He is very involved with local theatre companies, and serves on the board for Southern Oregon Coast Pride and volunteers with Q+A of Coos County. Anse also enjoys reading, writing, and playing video games.

Brennon Roth, MA, LPC

Mental Health Therapist

Brennon Roth is originally from Indiana and he received his master’s degree from Grace College in Winona Lake, Indiana. Brennon has experience working with grief and personality disorders. His approaches to therapy include faith-based, solution-focused, and Adlerian modalities, and he will be working as a therapist at Waterfall Community Health Center. He moved to Coos Bay in the summer of 2021, and he enjoys biking, hiking, baking, and listening to music.

Chelsea Pierson, MSW, CSWA

Mental Health Therapist

Chelsea Pierson is a local, as she grew up here in North Bend. Chelsea got her bachelor’s degree from Eastern Oregon University, before moving on to get her Master’s of Social Work from Walden University. With her experience in youth and adult mental health, she will be working as a Therapist here at Waterfall Community Health Center. Chelsea loves photography and music. You can often find her at concerts in the park and comedy nights at local restaurants.

Donna Brint, QMHP

Behavioral Health Consultant

Donna has been with Waterfall since November 2021. She has extensive experience working with addictions, domestic violence and issues related to childhood trauma. She brings a deep understanding of what it means to be trauma informed and whole heartedly embraces the idea of compassionate inquiry asking “can you tell me what happened to you.”

She received a master’s degree in Counseling Education in 2011 from California State University, Sacramento. In 2021 she left Sacrament for the Oregon Coast “to be near the water.”

Dr. Charles Majuri, PhD, LPC

Mental Health Therapist

Dr. Charles Majuri grew up in Southern California. He completed all of his education in San Diego, which included San Diego State University, University of San Diego, and his doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from United States International University. Charles’ entire career has been working in child and adult mental health and psychology. He has worked in residential treatment, day treatment, acute care at Children’s Hospital San Diego, private practice and outpatient. Charles is also a nationally registered Horticulture Therapist and has consulted nationally and internationally on the subject. He joined the Waterfall Community Health Center family at the beginning of 2018 and has enjoyed it ever since. Charles loves gardening, swimming, hiking, and anything else outdoors. In December 2015 and January 2016 he walked the Camino Santiago de Compostella Pilgramge in Spain walking solo for 790 kilometers from Pamplona, Spain to Santiago, Spain.

Dr. Lorraine “Rainy” Davies, MD

Child Psychiatrist

Dr. Rainy Davies is originally from Indiana, but feels more at home on the West coast. She did her undergraduate work in Indiana and Utah, medical school at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, general psychiatry residency at UCLA San Fernando Valley, and child psychiatry fellowship at UC Irvine. She does medication management for mental illness in children. She has lived in Oregon for 8 years and loves hiking, biking, and yoga.

Dr. Robert Gerber, MD

Psychiatry Program Manager

Dr. Gerber completed his family practice residency in Miami and began his private practice in Coos Bay in 1992. In 1995, together with Barbara Tyson, RN and a few other medical folks Waterfall was formed as a volunteer organization offering medical care one evening for a week and eventually grew into a Federally Qualified Health Center.Dr. Gerber was our first medical Director, a volunteer position. Over the years, he has assisted Waterfall in various roles, always focused on excellent patient care. His most recent return in July of 2022 is to serve as the psychiatry program manager. In addition to his outpatient duties, Dr. Gerber is also the medical Director of Bay Area Hospital‘s Acute psychiatric unit.  Dr. Gerber is embarking upon a new program to develop a “Hub” of several mental health providers gathering to coordinate care for Coos County. Together with other key providers in the community,  the objective of the hub is to develop a community-based mental health group supporting local primary care providers in order to enhance the availability of psychiatric services to all of Coos and Curry counties, as well as occasionally serving the rest of the state of Oregon.

Dr. Tyler Cooper DNP, PMHNP, PMHNP

Psychiatric Mental Health Practitioner

Tyler is from rural Winnemucca Nevada and moved to Coos Bay in 2022 after graduating from the University of Utah with a doctorate degree. She loves rural communities and has experience serving in many different areas of healthcare including hospice, ICU, home health, and oncology. She provides medication management, psychotherapy, and EMDR with a passion for treating mental illness from a trauma-based perspective. Through healing trauma, she believes mental, physical, and emotional pain can be released and true wellness can emerge.  She enjoys spending time with her family, walking the beach, chocolate, coffee, reading, snowboarding, and expanding consciousness. She is excited to be a part of the Waterfall team and to serve the community.

Isaac Moore, MA

Professional Counselor Associate

Isaac grew up in the suburbs of Seattle before traveling halfway around the world while serving in the Navy. He went to university at Boise State University, earning first a bachelor’s in psychology before proceeding to earn a master’s in counseling. Before coming to Waterfall Community Health Center, Isaac worked at a psychiatric hospital for 4 years functioning as a mental health technician, activity therapist, and case manager. Isaac strives to provide inclusive care primarily focusing on cognitive behavioral therapy. A lifelong learner, Isaac loves the subjects of psychology, suicidology, and mindfulness and how to incorporate more practical mindfulness techniques and practices with the aim to reduce depression, anxiety, and trauma in life. Isaac lists his heroes and role models as Carl G Jung, Robert A Johnson, Thich Nhat Hanh, and Stephen King. In his spare time Isaac enjoys spending time with his partner either playing games or being outdoors; they enjoy tide pools, hiking, and camping. Isaac advocates for suicide prevention, improved access to mental health care for everyone, the environment, healthy living, and learning new hobbies.

Jordan McLaren, MS

Behavioral Health Assistant Program Manager

Jordan McLaren was born in San Diego, California. Her father was in the Marine Corps, so she moved around quite a lot and got to experience many different places, cultures and lifestyles around the country. Jordan attended Eastern Illinois University where she studied Health Administration. Upon graduating, she then went to graduate school at Saint Louis University where she received her master’s degree in Health Administration. Jordan moved to Coos Bay in the summer of 2021. She happened upon Waterfall Community Health Center by chance, and the mission resonated with her so she quickly decided to apply to work here. Her experience and passion was a perfect match so she came aboard the Waterfall team in August as a Behavioral Health Navigator. Jordan loves to bake, and is a pumpkin pie expert. She loves baseball, from the minor leagues, to her die-hard support of the Chicago Cubs.

Karen Sheelar, MS, LPC, NCC

Behavioral Health Program Manager

Karen is a native Oregonian and grew up in the Willamette Valley. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Communication in 2016 from Southern Oregon University. She then went on to complete her Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Southern Oregon University in 2018. Karen has previously worked in rural health centers, schools, and with non-profits across Oregon. Over the last five years, she has practiced as a generalist in primary care supporting those of all ages with acute and chronic conditions such as anxiety, depression, diabetes, and substance use. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy with a specialty in supporting women’s health and those in the LGBTQAI2S+ community. Karen loves spending time with her family and friends, being in nature, and sleeping in on the weekends.

Karin Donnelly-Smith, QMHP

School Based Therapist

Karin was born and raised on the Oregon coast.   Karin says, “Over time I realized it is my best place on earth, I love the climate, geography and people.”  Karin enjoys hiking, biking, swimming and fishing in her spare time with her family. Over her career, Karin has always worked in service to people. Most recently she worked many years in the counseling office at Reedsport High School. While there she completed a Master’s degree in Psychology online from Ashford University. Karin left the school setting when COVID swept through, but in her time away realized how much she missed the kids and team work. It really does take a village to raise a child and supporting families and children specifically is Karin’s passion.  Karin serves as a school based therapist at Waterfall’s North Bay Clinic.

Kim Codding, LCSW

Behavioral Health Consultant

Kim Codding is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, originally from Montana, who has been in Coos Bay for 5.5 years. She obtained her undergraduate degree at Montana State University in Sociology and her Master’s at Walla Walla University in Clinical Social Work. Interests include camping, beachcombing, spending time with her large family and friends and playing cribbage. Kim joined the Waterfall team with a special interest in the Integrated Health model which seeks to treat the whole person. With a trauma informed approach, she specializes in chronic mental illness and assisting individuals through times of crisis. Motivational Interviewing, CBT for Psychosis, DBT, and Brief Solution Focused Therapy are just a few of the tools she utilizes with these patients and has found that she is able to establish rapport quickly. “I like people and they tend to like me too.”

Leslie Lintner, MS, QMHP

Mental Health Therapist

Leslie is a transplant from Tucson, AZ and has lived in the Coos Bay area since 2006. Leslie decided after raising her family that she wanted to become a therapist and completed her Masters of Science in 2016. Leslie has been working in the mental health field since becoming a Qualified Mental Health Professional (QMHP). Leslie is committed in assisting all her clients on their wellness journey providing client centered, strength based therapy.