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    JD Health & Wellness Center offers patients in Salem, OR, a variety of health and wellness services from primary care to treatment for addiction. No matter what kind of pain you are experiencing, we will do our best to help alleviate the discomfort.
    We believe in alternative medicine methods that tend to the whole person, not just their symptoms. We treat the whole body as an interconnected system, working with both mind and body to improve health.
    This is a family practice and our qualified staff will happily accept patients of all ages. Call (503) 877-1995 to schedule an appointment today.

Our Services

Family medicine
Family Medicine

Our experience in family medicine enables us to accept and treat patients of all ages. The staff at JD Health & Wellness Center will get to know you personally in order to better understand your individual needs and concerns. We keep track of your general health with an annual wellness exam and use this as a foundation for healthy living planning.

Mental health
Mental Health

Maintaining your mental health is essential to living a healthy, positive life. We understand that managing your mental health on your own is a difficult task which is why we provide nurturing and compassionate support for our patients in the form of psychotherapy. To learn more about our services, call (503) 877-1995 today.

Addiction treatment
Addiction Treatment

Our clinic in Salem, OR, provides a safe place for those struggling with addiction to overcome their dependency. We offer our patient's addiction treatment for a wide range of drugs, including opioids and narcotics. No matter what your story is or where you come from, we're here to help.

Counseling services
Counseling Services

JD Health & Wellness Center offers a variety of counseling services for our patients so that we can best meet your individual needs. Our staff counsels patients on everything from basic health concerns like nutrition to addiction management. Whether you're coping with trauma or simply hoping to improve your lifestyle, contact us today.

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Medication Assisted Therapy

Medication-assisted therapy is a key component in fighting against addition. By combining medication and therapy together, a more effective treatment is produced. Please get in touch so that we can create a plan that suits your needs.

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Neurofeedback Therapy

Neurofeedback is direct training of brain function to more appropriate patterns. Neurofeedback is also called EEG Biofeedback, because it is based on electrical brain activity, the electroencephalogram, or EEG. Neurofeedback is training in self-regulation.

Neurofeedback addresses problems of brain dysregulation such as anxiety-depression spectrum, attention deficits, behavior disorders, various sleep disorders, headaches and migraines, PMS, and emotional disturbances. It is also useful for organic brain conditions such as seizures, the autism spectrum, and cerebral palsy.

We are especially concerned with the more "intractable" brain-based problems of childhood whose needs are not currently being met. This includes seizures and sub-clinical seizure activity, Severely disruptive behavior disorders such as Conduct Disorder and Bipolar Disorder, Autistic spectrum and pervasive developmental delay, Cerebral palsy, Acquired brain injury, and Birth trauma.

Neurofeedback can aid greatly with children suffering from sleep problems such as Bed wetting, Sleep walking, sleep talking, Teeth grinding, Nightmares, and Night terrors. It helps with adolescent problems that include Drug abuse, Suicidal behavior, Anxiety and depression. Any brain, regardless of age or impairment, can be trained to function better. This greatly enhances concentration and emotional control which provides a great benefit to those in the fields of sports or business.

Virtual Care

If you need to communicate with your doctor but are unable to come into the office, JD Health & Wellness Center offers virtual care options for your convenience.

While some visits can be conducted via questionnaire and messaging (e-visit) or a secure video conference, not every medical need can be addressed remotely. We'll try out best to address your needs at a convenient time and location!

Video Visit
Attend appointments with your doctor through video conference on your smartphone, tablet, or PC. Similar to Facetime or Skype, you will be able to see, hear, and speak to your doctor.

An e-visit is an electronic visit that can be used for routine health issues in place of an in-person appointment. You will be presented with a series of questions and your answers, along with information from your medical records, will be used by your doctor to make a diagnosis and treatment plan.

January, 17, 2014

We are proud to announce the successful launch of our new integrative model into the health care system. We appreciate your participation and patience as we worked through changes in the health care system. We will continue to provide high quality care at an affordable cost within an integrative medical model. We look forward to sharing all of the new and innovative enhancements while maintaining the family atmosphere that our location has provided for over 30 years. As you recall the clinic was previously named Quijano Family practice, sold to Felicity (Quijano) Davis and renamed JD Health and Wellness Center. We named the Clinic JD after the children of Both Felicity and Eric Davis Josiah, Jazmyn, and Lastly Joshua. The name JD was inspired by Joshua Davis the youngest grandchild of Dr. Oscar and Lerma Quijano. Joshua is a book in the bible and was a leader charged with leading his people after his servant Moses had passed on. Joshua was the next leader to lead the Israelites who had been traveling in the wilderness for thirty years getting the same results. Joshua was given a special charge as he was told in Joshua 1:7 Be strong and very courageous….Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.” (Joshua 1:7-1:9)This commandment was given to him prior to entering a new world. We are entering a new health model care and we will be here for you and the community as we transition into this new system of care.

Introducing the Patient Portal!

The Patient Portal is a convenient, safe, and secure patient connectivity website that allows you to communicate with our office anytime.

The Patient Portal offers you online health services that include requesting medical advice, request appointments, and viewing your medical history.

In order to start the process, you will need to contact us at (503) 877-1995 or click on the link below:

Click here to access the secure online Patient Portal.

The patient portal is not to be used for emergencies. If you have an emergency please contact 9-1-1


Eric Davis

Mr. Davis is passionate about helping individuals in their time of need; the homeless, the lost, individuals enslaved to addiction and those emotionally paralyzed by the struggles of life. He strives to bring resources and tools that bring hope in hopeless and fearful times. He endeavors to provide this care in a kind, compassionate, non-judgmental, and welcoming manner and encourages those who work with him to do the same. He and his colleagues want to be a blessing to you and your family in your time of need. Contact the office of JD Health and Wellness for more information today. He is also a Board Certified Diplomat is the profession’s premier advanced-generalist practice certification, embodying the highest standards in the areas of clinical education, training, and experience. The BCD is issued by the American Board of Examiners (ABE) to those who can demonstrate their ability to practice advanced-generalist clinical social work at a high level of competency.

Patty Koker

Patty Koker is a QMHP, who graduated from Portland State University in 2019. Patty is passionate about serving her community through a harm reduction lens. She loves dogs, kids, reading, hiking and sunny locations. Her belief that we are all capable of change and reinvention of self across the lifespan allows her to create meaningful therapeutic relationships with those she serves.

Jaclyn Salcido-Giles

Jackie identifies as a member of the Ho-Chunk Nation from Wisconsin. She is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor as well as Qualified Mental Health Professional. Her humor, genuineness, gentle approach and understanding of the change process has helped many achieve their unique mental wellness goals. She is passionate about family of origin work, trauma, substance use disorders, and helping individuals discover meaning and purpose in their lives. Jackie works from a strengths-based perspective integrating techniques from motivational interviewing, dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy and structural family therapy. She works with adults, adolescents and children.

Anna Boyd, ND

Dr. Anna Boyd ND is a board certified licensed Naturopathic physician who wants to help her patients attain and maintain vibrant health and wellness. She does this following these six Naturopathic tenets: The healing power of nature, identify and treat the cause, first do no harm, treat the whole person, doctor as teacher, and prevention as the best medicine. She would love to help you on your path to wellness. Please contact her with any questions you may have.

Annie Clark-Delogu, ND

Dr. Clark is a licensed naturopathic physician beginning her first year of postgraduate residency at JD Health and Wellness. She is excited to be joining the existing team of practitioners, and looks forward to forming long lasting therapeutic relationships with both new and existing patients at the clinic and its offsite locations.

During her training at the National University of National Medicine in Portland, Dr. Clark focused her clinical education on primary care and integrative mental health. She is passionate about practicing trauma-informed, individualized, patient-centered care. Prior to attending medical school, she gained extensive experience working closely with individuals addressing chemical dependency issues. She strongly believes that everyone can find a path to healing and improved quality of life, and hopes to get the chance to work with you on your journey to wellness.

Dr. Josie Boyle

Dr. Josie Boyle is a doctorate prepared family nurse practitioner that joined our clinic this Spring. She is committed to help her patients on their journey to living their best lives by addressing mind, body, and spirit. The nursing model incorporates your physical health with the social and emotional aspects of your life for a better outcome. Josie has a long history in healthcare,with experience in obstetrics, emergency medicine, and internal medicine. Most recently, addressing addiction and mental health have become a priority in her career. She is happy to talk with you about your health goals, please reach out with any questions.

Christina Cano-Young, CSWA, CADCI

Christina earned her Master’s of Social Work from Simmons University. Christina seeks to help clients recognize and utilize their unique strengths and skills to overcome obstacles and work through difficult times. Christina approaches her work with each client through a strength’s based, trauma informed, harm reduction lens, focusing on the client’s unique personal goals. Christina utilizes motivational interviewing, cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy and solution focused therapy in her sessions. Christina is passionate about addiction’s recovery, autism, gender and sexual identity affirmation, and assisting families and couples. As a therapist, Christina will strive to create a safe and affirming space where you can openly express yourself and explore your goals and desires.

Pamela Jones, LPC-I, CADC II

Pamela is a graduate from George Fox University where she earned her Master of Art degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is also a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor. Pamela describes herself to be warm and welcoming, empathetic, and easy to open up to. Her warmth, positivity, and belief that everyone is capable of healing and happiness has helped her create meaningful relationships with the individuals with whom she has worked. Her passion lies in the integration of addiction recovery and mental health, creating the opportunity for individuals to travel to less places to receive the help they want and need. She is also passionate about helping individuals find and become their best selves so they may have happy and fulfilling lives. She is eager to continue growing as a mental health professional. She utilizes a client-centered approach to counseling and draws from Motivational Interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Brief Solution-Focused Therapy.

Dr. Hursey, Family Physician

Dr. Hursey is Family Physician specializing in medication assisted therapy. She earned her medical degree from Howard university. She completed her residency in family medicine at Arrowhead Regional Medical center. She is currently prescribed maintenance therapies, treats substance use disorders and other illnesses and conducts follow-ups and consultations. Her work has won her numerous awards and recognitions. Dr. Hursey is deeply committed to the well-being of her patients. She welcomed individuals and families from all ages. She has a thorough and precise approach to her consultations to ensure that she consistently provides accurate diagnosis and treatment plans.

Megan Monty, DNP, FNP-C

Megan joined will be joining our practice in September of 2022. She is a doctorate prepared board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner as of July 2018. She received both her masters and doctorate degrees from Oregon Health and Science University, completing her training in June of 2019. She has been practicing in the Tigard/Beaverton community as a Family Nurse Practitioner since October of 2018. Megan is a Beaverton native and grew up in the area. She attended Seattle Pacific University for her undergraduate degree. She has always believed nursing was her calling and finds fulfillment partnering with her patients to help them find success in their health. She focuses heavily on education and prevention when it comes to disease management. Her background consists of experience in women’s, adolescent and mental health care. She enjoys drawing, reading, baking and traveling. When she is not working, she likes to spend time with her husband, little one and Goldendoodle.

Kimberli Wicks

Kimberli Wicks is a professional counseling associate who graduated from George Fox University in 2003. Mother of two grown children, she loves the beach, camping and her tiny dog Olive. Play therapy, art and creativity are the backbone of her work with children and adolescents. She utilizes her sense of humor, expressive personality and warm honest approach in her work with families and individuals. Making a solid, trustworthy connection with her clients is her passion. She believes that is the critical foundation for healing to begin. She looks for challenges that can be turned into strengths in her clients. She focuses on behavioral issues, Autism Spectrum, anxiety, parenting challenges and trauma. Feedback she gets often is that she is relatable and non judgmental, but isn't afraid to challenge clients outside of their comfort zone. She works with children, adolescents, individuals and families.

Katarina Markwalder, LPCA

"I have been interested in the field of psychology since I took Psychology 101 in high school and since then, have spent many years exploring the different avenues available to best serve my clients. I am passionate about helping clients understand their mental health experiences and establish solid coping skills as well as exercises geared towards improving the client’s quality of life.

"Emotions are a crucial part of being human and the majority of my work with clients is emotionally focused. This type of therapy centers around improving communication skills and relational attachment. The adaptability and techniques of this theory are versatile in that they can be used not only with individuals, but also with couples and families."

Mariana Barrera MSW, CSWA

Mental health is essential at every stage of our life. It includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. I’m passionate about developing strong relationships with my clients. I firmly believe that creating a safe place where they feel safe and comfortable sharing their struggles is fundamental. My passion is to guide individuals through their trauma and unexpected life stressors. My goal as a therapist is to empower individuals to uncover their strengths and to help them heal from their traumatic experiences. I’m committed to providing a space for self-growth and healing.

As a bilingual and bicultural therapist, my therapeutic practice approach is strength-based and trauma-informed. I have been trained in and use different trauma-informed modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Motivational Interviewing, and currently been trained in becoming an EMDR trained therapist. I have received additional training in Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) to work with individuals at high suicidal risk. I’m also working professionally within the context of alcohol and substance use. I have worked with families, children, adolescents, adults, and the homeless community throughout my practice.

I earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Western Oregon University and a master’s degree in social work from Portland State University, focusing on clinical social work. I am currently working on my LSCW. My education and work experience has allowed me to work with individuals who experience Crisis, Depression, generalized anxiety, Panic attacks, mood disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder, complex PTSD, ADHD, and Substance Use.

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