Family Solutions
  • Need Help? We are here for you!  

    Uncertain times can create feelings that may be overwhelming or unmanageable. Family Solutions is here to help our community and students navigate these turbulent times! We strive to empower participants by guiding them through the process of identifying and implementing solutions to their problems using their inner strengths. Some common concerns therapists can address are self-esteem, feelings of distress, anger, grief, confusion, anxiety, sadness, overwhelm, and depression.

    We have highly educated and qualified school-based mental health therapists and support services for all students and their families in Medford middle and high schools at no cost to the student or family! Family Solutions is here year-round and we would be happy to continue to work with you! Mental health therapy is a healthy way to cope with stress and may lead to a more successful and happy life!

    Our team collaborates with school staff and community service providers to meet students’ individualized social-emotional wellness needs. Therapists are traditionally located on-site in Medford schools. During physical distancing, additional therapy options are available.

    Meet our Family Solutions Mental Health Therapists

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Mental Health Therapists

  • Lacey Corbett

    Lacey Renae Corbett, M.A., LPC, QMHP. Lacey is a licensed School-based Therapist, located at South Medford High School: 2020-2021 marks her fourth school year on the Family Solutions’ school-based team. Lacey graduated from Naropa University in Boulder, CO in 2011. She has a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology, with an emphasis in Art Therapy. Lacey has ten years of experience providing Art Therapy, mindfulness-based, and traditional counseling services to individuals ages 5+. Lacey has worked with at-risk youth through Lotus Rising Project (LGBTQ+ youth services) and Maslow Project (serving homeless youth and families). She brings a deep understanding of the unique challenges youth and families face in Southern Oregon. Other specialty areas she brings are in end-of-life challenges, grief & loss, anxiety, and depression. Lacey splits her time between working in the schools and a private practice setting.

     Lacey Renae Corbett, MA, QMHP, LPC #C5649

    Mental Health Therapist

    Office Hours: 8:30am-12:30pm

    South Medford High School

    Google Voice #: 541-708-2001

    Jackson County Mental Health 24/7 Crisis Line: 541-774-8201

  • Erik Morrison

    Erik Morrison, MS, QMHP, LPC-I (R6096) holds a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.  Erik is driven by a passion for helping others, a passion reflected in his 12 years of experience helping others improve the quality of their health and their lives, first as a representative of a major health insurance company helping people navigate the complex world of healthcare benefits and claims, and, since 2016, as a Family Solutions school-based therapist.  As a graduate intern with Family Solutions placed at South Medford High School, Erik built meaningful, collaborative relationships with students, staff, and administration alike.  When an opportunity arose in 2017 for Erik to return to South Medford High School as a full-time school-based therapist, Erik didn’t hesitate.  As a member of the South Medford team, Erik provides vital ongoing and crisis counseling supports to students and has worked directly and collaboratively with South Medford administration to implement and streamline the delivery of virtual counseling services to students.  Erik has experience working with youth from ages 7 to 18, but particularly enjoys helping the students of South Medford High School develop the skills to lead happy meaningful lives. 

     Office Phone: (541) 842-1451

    Google Voice: (541) 581-0189

    Email: erik.morrison@medford.k12.or.us

                erik.morrison@msd549c.org