Jay McCall, M.Div., BCCC, CCSAS

Jay McCall, M.Div. earned his Master of Divinity, with a major in Counseling Psychology, from Western Evangelical Seminary (now at George Fox University). He has 2 years of post-graduate training in clinical psychology in a Doctor of Psychology program. Jay received additional post-graduate training in the areas of treating adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, the theory and practice of gestalt therapy, and couples therapy. He is recognized as a Board Certified Christian Counselor and a Certified Clinical Sexual Addiction Specialist by the Board of Christian Professional and Pastoral Counselors. He holds memberships in the American Association of Christian Counselors, Society for Christian Psychology and The International Centre for Excellence in Emotional Focused Therapy.

Jay has extensive experience in the mental health field especially in the areas of clinical assessment, therapeutic intervention, direct service delivery, and program management and administration. He was instrumental in developing a comprehensive Christian-based inpatient psychiatric treatment program. He was responsible for overseeing all therapeutic aspects of this intensive treatment program which included initial assessments, coordinating admissions, creating treatment and discharge plans, and coordinating patient after-care with local outpatient providers. He supervised the counseling staff and developed group treatment programming for daily treatment groups. He led over 1500 therapy groups during his tenure. He also provided individual counseling sessions for patients.

Jay’s current counseling practice utilizes his vast experience in counseling and the mental health field, his experience in Christian ministry, and from his own personal moral failures. Jay struggled for years with the bondage of sexual sin and addiction. Through God’s mercy and grace and through good counsel and accountability, he is now able to help others who struggle in life (see Jay’s story). Jay’s counseling work focuses upon men battling with addictions (primarily sexual addiction), men who were abused as boys, and men who suffer from depression and anxiety, and marriages in crisis. Before starting The Four Rivers, Jay created and managed a Comprehensive Christian Sexual Addiction Treatment Program for A New Life Christian Counseling. At The Four Rivers, Jay has created Ferocious Intent, a Christian-based intensive outpatient program to treat sexual addiction.

Michele McCall, RN, BA

Michele is involved with two powerful treatment programs at The Four Rivers Counseling Center. Michele directs the Mindful Heart treatment program. Mindful Heart focuses on healing those agonizing wounds in the mind and in the heart. Mindful Heart provides care and comfort mixed with Spirit and science while addressing the crucial issues of anxiety, trauma, depression, negativity, grief and loss, emotional regulation and anger, procrastination, relationship problems and spiritual issues. Michele is a certified Low Energy Neurofeedback System (LENS) clinician.

The second powerful treatment program where Michele is instrumental in helping her clients discover tremendous healing is Transform Spaces. Transform Spaces is a program of intense, raw, good, powerful, life-changing workshops. Michele co-leads the immensely popular Couples Intensive Workshop called “Re-attaching After Betrayal” with her husband, Jay.

She has her Bachelor of Arts degree in social work and she is a registered nurse. Michele also works for the State of Oregon’s Department of Human Services in a specialized program serving medically fragile children and their families. Michele is married and has two grown daughters and four grandchildren.

Kristi Born-Bullock, MCFT

Kristi is a Marriage, Couples & Family Therapist who specializes in working with couples and families who are going through transitions, trying to make sense of pain, loss, or betrayal. Kristi has been working extensively with individuals and couples since 2008 to bring healing and comfort in their lives.

Her ministry is to families, and as a mother of four, she understands the pressures and significance of daily connection to God, self, and others. She has founded and facilitated numerous women’s groups, churches, and Celebrate Recovery ministries. She currently provides outpatient care to both women and couples at The Four Rivers.