Coos County Therapist
Waterfall Behavioral Health Center
1300 N. Bayshore Dr. Suite 202
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Adam Clark, LCSW
Mental Health Therapist
As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Adam Clark provides a safe space to support patients dealing with hardship and life transitions. Adam has experience working with a diverse population with a variety of mental health needs. He specializes in anxiety, depression, insomnia, grief, self-esteem, relationship concerns, personality issues, life transitions, and trauma experiences, knowing that life can sometimes feel overwhelming.
Adam’s expertise and experience are wide-ranging. Before working at Waterfall Community Health Center, Adam most recently worked for Coquille Valley Hospital Clinic providing outpatient services to the local community. Before this, Adam held positions at St. Charles Health System in Bend, Oregon, founding the Insomnia Program at the Bend Sleep Clinic. Before moving to Oregon, he held positions in Denver, Colorado, as a: Pediatric Trauma Social Worker at Children’s Hospital of Colorado, Medical Social Worker within Hospice, a Veterinary Social Work Specialist and was also a Crisis Clinician at Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners.
In addition to his behavioral health practice, Adam has taught more than 700 graduate and undergraduate social work students as an adjunct professor three universities since 2016. Within this role, Adam has taught 22 different courses with a primary clinical social work focus.
Adam currently is a doctoral candidate at the University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice, working to receive his Doctorate in Advanced Clinical Social Work (DSW) in 2024.
In his personal time, he likes to hike, camp, kayak and spend time with friends and family. He also enjoys fostering four-legged friends through community animal rescue.
Summary of Services
- Coos County
- First Choice Health
- OHP/Advanced Health
- Regence Blue Cross
- No insurance/sliding scale/flat rate
- Teen (13-17)
- Senior Adults (65+)
- Individual Therapy