Dr. Tollander takes a personal approach with each client to assess and meet their individual needs and emphasizes the importance of the therapeutic relationship part of the healing process. Part of that includes helping clients find a balance between wholeheartedly accepting themselves and changing what they can. She takes an integrated approach to therapy that is informed by Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy, as well as neurobiology. There are many ways to approach therapy and Dr. Tollander feels it is best to meet clients where they are in the healing process while remaining mindful of cultural or other differences. This could mean education about a recent diagnosis, practicing skills, or deep, long term healing from trauma. Regardless of the approach, she prioritizes trust and safety in her relationship with clients and feels having a sense of humor and curiosity are essential to the often serious nature of therapy. Dr. Tollander’s experience has given her the tools to work with a wide variety of clients and mental health concerns. In addition to ADHD, she has significant experience and specialized training to help people heal from complex trauma/PTSD and dissociative disorders like Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID). She is a member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD). She also has specialized experience and training to help clients with issues related to sexual orientation and gender identity including writing letters for gender affirming surgery. She identifies as Queer herself. Dr. Tollander received her doctorate (PsyD) and master’s degree in clinical psychology from Pacific University. She completed her internship and residency at Portland State University. She earned her bachelor’s degree in geography at the University of California at Berkeley. Dr. Tollander has been working with people who have ADHD since 2006 in many fun and exciting settings. They include Job Corps, a summer camp for children and teens with ADHD, and a wilderness therapy school for boys with ADHD.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Krispin works with couples who want to restore connection and learn new ways to handle challenges they navigate in their relationship and life together. When one or both partners have an ADHD diagnosis, it’s helpful to understand how specific challenges can contribute to cycles of disconnection from one another. He has completed Externship and Core Skills from the Portland EFT Center. He also works with individuals to better understand and manage ADHD symptoms, as well as depression, anxiety, the impacts of attachment trauma, and other mental health issues. He employs a variety of approaches to partner with clients to meet their goals, including emotionally focused therapy, skill-building, cognitive behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing. He has been working in mental health over ten years and has been working at Northwest ADHD Treatment Center since early 2016. Krispin earned his BS at Multnomah University, and continued on there to graduate with his M.A. in counseling in 2012. He has been working in mental health for eight years, including completing his internship at Northwest Behavioral Healthcare Services, and supervised experience at Stark Mental Health Clinic in Minneapolis, MN. He was first licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Minnesota in early 2014, and upon moving to Portland, was granted his license in Oregon in 2015.
Clinical Psychologist, Pediatric Clinical Manager
Dr. Miller takes a positive and collaborative approach to therapy. She values teamwork between herself and her clients and aims to help solve problems, rather than “fix” people. She utilizes evidence-based and solution-focused practices with humor, flexibility, and a warm interpersonal approach that tailors the process to meet the unique needs of each person. She has experience providing assessment and therapy to children, adolescents, young adults, and families to address a wide-range of issues, including ADHD, school problems, depression, anxiety, parent-child problems, behavioral problems, and trauma. Dr. Miller received her Masters (M.A.) and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from George Fox University in Newberg, OR. She completed her internship at Northeast Treatment Centers in Philadelphia, PA and her residency at Kaiser Permanente in San Jose, CA. Dr. Miller has worked in a variety of settings with children, adolescents, young adults, and families including, primary care, community mental health, school-based mental health, and college counseling. She became licensed to practice in Oregon in 2016.
Dr. Laura Hillmann Psy.D. has worked with children and families for over 15 years. Her focus is on work with preschoolers through adolescence. She has an integrated approach with elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Object-Relations Play Therapy, and Parent Child Interaction Therapy. Her areas of specialty are: ADHD, anxiety, high functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder, depression, disruptive behavior problems, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, OCD, and trauma. She believes you need to meet the client where they are at, thus the need to adapt her approach for each individual. Dr. Laura studied at Baylor University in Waco, Texas where she earned both her master’s and doctorate in Clinical Psychology. She completed her internship at Family Service and Guidance Center in Topeka, KS and her post-doctoral residency at the University of Florida Department of Medical Psychology in Gainesville, FL. Dr. Laura has worked in a variety of settings including community mental health, medical, university counseling, residential treatment, and school-based. She has been licensed to practice psychology in Oregon since 2016.
Doctor of Nursing Practice, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Dr. Demerich believes in a holistic and collaborative approach to mental health care. She works together with clients and families to determine their needs and the direction of care. She knows that medications are only part of the treatment plan. They are most effective when combined with counseling, skills training, and healthy lifestyle choices, such as diet and exercise. Dr. Demerich has experience treating ADHD, anxiety disorders, depression and mood disorders in children, adolescents, and adults. She has worked as a psychiatric registered nurse and as a psychiatric nurse practitioner in the hospital setting. Dr. Demerich graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Florida. She also earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, a Master of Science in Nursing, and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice with a specialization in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing from the University of Florida. Additionally, she was recognized by the University of Florida College of Nursing for academic excellence at the conclusion of her master’s degree education. Dr. Demerich is nationally accredited in psychiatric mental health nursing across the lifespan.
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
I am a Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD, Depression, Bi Polar Mood Disorder, as well as Anxiety Disorders. I provide personalized, trauma focused, evidence based mental health care based on collaboration with the patient to best meet their needs. My goal is to help patients find meaning in purpose in their lives to assist them to thrive and meet their individual goals. I obtained my Undergraduate Bachelor’s degree in Nursing in 2006 from Boise State University and my Graduate Nursing degree from Gonzaga University in 2012.
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Sarah is a board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP). She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Comparative Sociology, Anthropology from the University of Puget Sound in 2003. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and a Master of Nursing degree from Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). She became a licensed registered nurse in 2006 and a licensed PMHNP in 2008. Sarah worked for Volunteers of America (VOA) Oregon from 2008 to 2019. She worked for their outpatient and residential programs that provide services for adults struggling with drug and alcohol addictions. Many of her clients were involved in the criminal justice system. Her primary role within VOA was to provide medication management services for individuals with mental health problems/psychiatric disorders. Her work with VOA illuminated how trauma and poverty can significantly impact an individual’s mental and physical health. Sarah has experience treating adults with PTSD, ADHD, anxiety disorders, mood disorders, depression and adjustment disorders. She strives to provide non-judgmental, client centered and trauma informed care. Sarah enjoys working with people over time to help them achieve their personal health goals and improve their overall health and sense of well being.
Licensed Professional Counselor
I completed my doctoral internship at Portland State University, and hold a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University New England. I work with clients to find a balance between acceptance and change. My goal is to help clients understand and develop compassion for their patterns and behaviors and work to shift them toward their personal goals. I take an integrated approach to therapy that is informed by Dialectical-Behavior Therapy and Relational-Cultural Therapy, as well as trauma-informed approaches and attachment research. I utilize a combination of skills work and interpersonal processing depending on the needs of the client, with the therapeutic relationship being the foundation for change. I believe that a chronic sense of disconnection is cause for many mental health issues, and that healing occurs through one’s ability to connect with and feel connected with others. Due to the marginalization and systemic oppression that many groups have experienced due to differences in culture and identity, I find it imperative to work with under-served communities and support them in feeling empowered throughout their healing process. My experience in community mental health and urban college counseling centers have given me the tools to work with a wide variety of clients and mental health concerns. I have worked with children, adolescents, and young adults, and have a special interest in working with women who have experienced interpersonal trauma.
Dr. Kimra Roundy works collaboratively with clients to tailor treatment to fit their unique needs, values, and personal goals for growth, while focusing on creating a positive, safe, and warm environment built on trust and humor. Her clinical approach is holistic, integrative, and strengths based with an emphasis on sociocultural experience and intersectionality. Dr. Kimra Roundy utilizes person-centered therapies and concepts from the following theoretical approaches: Family Systems, Psychodynamic, Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral, Attachment, and Feminist. She works with children, couples, and families and is experienced in assessing, diagnosing, and treating a wide range of presenting issues, including; ADHD, trauma, anxiety and mood disorders, gender and LGBTQIQ concerns, adjustment due to disabilities or health related diagnoses, relational distress, grief/loss, life transitions, stress, and insomnia. Dr. Kimra Roundy earned her master’s (M.A.) and doctoral (Psy.D.) degrees in Clinical Psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University in San Francisco, California. She completed her internship and post-doctoral training at Through the Looking Glass: The National Center for People with Disabilities and Their Families in Berkeley, California. Over 13 years of experience in the medical and mental health fields includes working in many settings with a variety of ages, including community mental health, school-based mental health, outpatient drug rehabilitation, and home-based settings. Dr. Kimra Roundy became a licensed psychologist in Oregon in 2020. She loves traveling, learning about new cultures and is lucky enough to have been to 33 countries and 35 states.
Dr. Stierley holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University and completed her internship training at Samaritan Health Services in Corvallis, Oregon. Dr. Stierley integrates Evidence-Based Practice approaches in her work, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Her clinical experience includes assessing and treating ADHD, grief/bereavement, anxiety/panic, adjustment to health concerns, behavioral and interpersonal difficulties, and identity dilemmas. Outside of the clinic, Dr. Stierley enjoys hiking, cooking, and reading.
Danielle De Boer
Dr. DeBoer values working collaboratively with each client to create and tailor a treatment plan the individual feels fits their values and circumstances. Commonly used therapies include cognitive behavioral, motivational, person-centered, solution-focused and acceptance, strength, and mindfulness-based therapies. Dr. DeBoer believes all individuals have specific strengths and levels of resilience; she greatly enjoys connecting with individuals to discover these, and helping them to utilize their strengths to meet their own goals or needs. She has experience diagnosing and treating a variety of presenting issues, including cognitive, neurodevelopmental, adjustment, anxiety, and mood disorders. Dr. DeBoer received her Doctorate (Ph.D.) and Master's degree (M.S.) in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University. She has experience providing assessment and therapeutic services in many settings with adults, children and adolescents, including ADHD specialty, medical, rehabilitation and psychiatry clinics, primary care, private practice and school-based mental health.
Erin received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Oregon, with a minor in Queer Studies. While at college, she volunteered with the board of the Eugene PFLAG, and has since volunteered with the Portland Q Center and The Ally Coalition, working toward safety and equality for everyone. This drive for helping people aligned perfectly with the opportunity to work in a mental health clinic. As the Nurses’ Administrative Assistant, Erin acts as a first point of contact between patients and the clinic’s Nurse Practitioners. She works to troubleshoot problems with pharmacies and insurance companies, and make sure patients are able to receive their medications.
Dr. Polits has an integrated, holistic approach to therapy. She utilizes a variety of therapeutic approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as acceptance-based, motivational, and person-centered therapies. She believes that therapy is collaborative, and works with each client to tailor treatment to fit their unique needs, values, and personal goals for growth. Dr. Polits takes time to create a safe space and build a trusting therapeutic relationship with each client. She has experience diagnosing and treating a variety of presenting issues, including anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, adjustment, and ADHD. Dr. Polits received her Doctorate (Psy.D.) and Master's degree (M.A.) in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University. She has experience working in many settings with a variety of adults and adolescents, including primary care, school-based mental health, a VA medical center, and a hospital emergency setting.
Dr. Winter received a Master of Arts Degree in Experimental Psychology from California State University Northridge in 2008, and a PhD in Clinical Psychology with a forensic specialization from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia in 2015. She has extensive experience providing psychological assessment and treatment.
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
onathan Murphy is passionate about working with adults to help them overcome their challenges and meet their goals. He brings a multi-faced, eclectic approach, building a strong therapeutic rapport when utilizing medication-based treatment. Understanding the whole person is central to Jon's care-giving style, developing a thoughtful conceptualization of diagnosis before applying pharmacotherapy. Jonathan draws upon over a decade of experience in the field of psychiatry in various settings when considering both diagnosis and treatment approach. Since joining NW ADHD in 2017, Jonathan has built strong relationships with clients by helping them overcome the obstacles associated with ADHD, depression, anxiety and mood disorders. Jonathan received his Master's of Science in Nursing from Boston College, in the Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program, graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2017. Jonathan received his Bachelor of Science at University of Massachusetts Boston in 2014
Dr. Nolde has an integrated approach to therapy with an emphasis on acceptance and mindfulness-based techniques. She values the relationship between herself and the client and believes that the client is the expert on their own experience. She sees her role as helping the client move towards their goals in order to live a life they value. She has experience treating a variety of presenting issues, including anxiety, mood disorders, trauma, adjustment, ADHD, and learning disabilities. Dr. Nolde received her master’s degree (MS) and doctorate (PsyD) in clinical psychology from Pacific University. She has worked providing therapy and assessment services to adults in a variety of settings, including community mental health, primary care, college counseling, and a hospital emergency setting.
Dr. Vicente Murgado holds a PsyD in Clinical Psychology from Albizu University in Miami, FL; and he is a graduate from the Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Course (PPC) at the Florida Psychoanalytic Institute. Dr. Murgado completed his internship training at the Institute for Multicultural Counseling and Educational Services (IMCES) in Los Angeles, CA; and has previously worked in Oregon at the Pacific University Student Counseling Center. Dr. Murgado integrates Evidence Based Practice approaches in his practice such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT), Interpersonal Therapy (IPT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). As a trained bilingual (English/Spanish) generalist clinician, Dr, Murgado’s approach to therapy is centered in a multicultural-integrative model, helping children, adults, couples, and families to create awareness of the best steps to take to achieve desirable treatment goals. Dr. Murgado’s therapeutic experience includes work with minorities communities such as immigrants and the LGBTQ. His clinical experience incorporates assessing and treating various presentations of depression, anxiety, learning and neurodevelopmental disorders, emotional-cognitive distress, behavioral and interpersonal difficulties, and identity dilemmas. Dr, Murgado loves traveling to different countries and learning about new cultures and traditions.
Grace received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Minor in Special Education from the University of Oregon in December, 2018. With future goals of attending graduate school for Psychology, she is excited to have joined the team here at NW ADHD to begin her career in mental health. In her free time, Grace enjoys cooking, baking, and pottery.
Abby graduated in 2019 from University of Oregon with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and a minor in Sociology. She is a passionate advocate for mental health services and hopes to attend graduate school to continue her career in the mental health field. Abby also enjoys sewing, embroidery and anything else crafty in her spare time.
Dr. Moshofsky believes therapy works best when it is not a “one size fits all” approach. He values the uniqueness of each person and works collaboratively with his clients to develop a plan that is both effective and reasonable. Dr. Moshofsky utilizes an integrated approach to therapy that helps clients build useful skills and effectively navigate their interpersonal relationships. He has received specialized training and experience working with clients to manage their ADHD and other mental health symptoms within an educational or work environment. In addition to ADHD, Dr. Moshofsky has experience providing therapy and assessment services for a wide variety of presenting concerns, including, amongst other things, depression and mood disorders, anxiety disorders, learning and cognitive disorders, interpersonal relationships, and trauma. Dr. Moshofsky received his Master’s and Doctorate (PsyD) degrees in Clinical Psychology from George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon.
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Kate received her Master’s Degree in Nursing from Gonzaga University, specializing in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. She is a board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner in the state of Oregon.
Dr. Brianne “Brie” Petrie works collaboratively with clients to meet individualized treatment goals utilizing cognitive-behavioral, dialectical behavioral, and interpersonal interventions. She conducts both individual therapy and group therapy to treat symptoms of ADHD, mood disorders, and anxiety disorders. She obtained her Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology (Psy.D.) from Pacific University. She also holds a Master of Science (M.S.) in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University and a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Psychology and Biology from Dickinson College. In her free time she enjoys spending time with family and horseback riding."
Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
Kristen is a board certified Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. She received her BSN and MSN from Columbia University. She has practiced in outpatient mental health settings since 2013 and has experienced in treating a wide range of clinical conditions, but has always been particularly interested in ADHD. Her passion is treating children, adolescents, and young adults
Muoi Nguyen Cole
Through her clinical work, Dr. Muoi Nguyen Cole is consistently in awe and inspired by the strength and resilience of the individuals that she has the privilege to serve and work with. She understands that therapy can sometime be a daunting and challenging journey and process. She puts forth great effort to create a positive, safe, and warm environment through building a space of comfort and trust . Her clinical approach is holistic, integrative, and strength based with a strong consideration for sociocultural backgrounds and individual characteristics. Further, Dr. Nguyen Cole views therapy as a collaborative process and individualize her treatment approach with respect to each client’s diverse factors and needs. She utilizes concepts from the following theoretical approaches: Psychodynamic (specifically Object Relations), Mindfulness, Cognitive Bebavioral, Dialetical Behavioral, Attachment, and Family Systems. Dr. Nguyen Cole has worked with children, couples, and families in various settings. Further, she also has experience in treating a wide range of psychological challenges, including the following: anxiety, depression, ADHD, adjustment, bipolar (I and II), PTSD, panic, phobia, OCD, relational distress, trauma, grief and loss, life transitions, stress, and psychosis (with medication management), suicidal ideation, and insomnia. Dr. Nguyen Cole’s earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of California, Davis. She received her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy prior to earning her Doctorate (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology at American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University in Alameda, California. She completed her internship at Palomar Behavioral Health and her post doctoral training at Kaiser Permanente in Salem, Oregon. Dr. Nguyen Cole became a licensed psychologist in Oregon in 2019. She takes great pride in her work and is dedicated to continue to grow and learn to better serve her clients.
Dr. Heydenrych knows that seeking help takes courage and making changes takes hard work. Her practice focuses on creating a foundation of respect and warmth, so clients feel safe and empowered to work towards a more genuine sense of sense and improved functioning. She works with clients where they are, honoring the human experience we all share, and collaboratively forms goals and treatment plans sensitive to each individual client and their already existing strengths. Her practice draws on Cognitive- Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal, and Solution-focused therapies to address her clients goals. She has experience providing assessment and therapy to adults of all ages for a wide variety of issues, including ADHD, anxiety, mood disorders, learning disorders, life transitions, and grief, and she has a particular affinity for working with college students. She earned her Master's (M.S.) and Doctorate (Psy.D.) in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University, and completed her internship at the University of Idaho's Testing and Counseling Center. Her post-graduate residency was completed in a private practice setting and focused on assessment and treatment for adults with learning disorders and ADHD. She has been a licensed Psychologist in Oregon since 2010.
Dr. Boggess takes an individualized approach to treatment and assessment with each client to collaboratively identify their goals and promote positive change. He utilizes an integrated approach to therapy that is informed by Acceptance & Commitment Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing. Dr. Boggess has a background in positive psychology, with interests in eudaimonia (i.e., flourishing and living well) and resilience. He believes that treatment empowers and enables clients to pursue a life that is consist with their values, cultures, and beliefs. Dr. Boggess received a doctorate (Ph.D.) in counseling psychology from Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. He completed his internship at the Southeast Human Service Center in Fargo, North Dakota.
Melissa has her Bachelors degree in Psychology and Masters degree in Counseling from Corban University. She has been working in the mental health field since 2013. She aspires to one day work in the mental health field as a counselor again or in a school setting using her knowledge and skills. In her free time, Melissa loves spending time with her husband and son, likes to play pick-up basketball, and enjoys buying candles from Julie Woodman.
Co-Owner, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
For the past several years Danell has been treating adults and children with a variety of psychiatric issues in an outpatient mental health clinic. Over time she developed a specific interest in treating ADHD as many of her clients, regardless of age, profession, or educational background presented with problems concentrating. Much of her practice was spent learning how to screen for other causes of attention problems such as depression, anxiety, stress, and fatigue. When ADHD was truly the primary diagnosis, she collaborated with her clients to optimize treatment. Over time it became increasingly apparent to her that medication alone was rarely sufficient to treat all problematic symptoms of ADHD. She feels strongly that both children and adults have the best outcome when medications are paired with skills training, education, and individual therapy. A commitment to helping clients obtain a comprehensive evaluation, accurate diagnosis, and evidence-based care led her to co-found Northwest ADHD Treatment Center. Danell graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Mary Washington and magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Oregon Health and Science University. She earned a Master of Nursing degree from Oregon Health and Science University. Danell is nationally accredited in adult and family psychiatric mental health.
Co-Owner, Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Lennen has received specialized training focused on the treatment/assessment of symptoms related to ADHD. Training includes, among others, the OHSU Pediatric Neuropsychology Clinic and Child Development Clinic. Here, he focused on assessing and treating neurological disorders such as ADHD. In addition to training in hospital environments, Dr. Lennen has experience working with adults and students from Elementary School through College focused on developing strategies to improve academic, interpersonal, occupational, and one's overall functioning. Dr. Lennen values the unique strengths of individuals with this disorder, appreciating that often interacting with those diagnosed with ADHD is often very exciting and amusing. Working together with Dr. Lennen, your primary mental health clinician, you will benefit from clear and concise education about ADHD, evidenced-based treatment practices, and a lot of laughter through the treatment process. Dr. Lennen received his Doctorate in Clinical Psychology (PsyD) from George Fox University and his Master's of Counseling from Western Seminary. Dr. Lennen has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults from diverse backgrounds in a variety of outpatient settings including community mental health organizations, medical hospitals, and university counseling centers.
Director of Clinical Services
Dr. Neary has been the clinical director at Northwest ADHD Treatment Center since 2016. His specialties include the assessment and treatment of ADHD, learning and cognitive disorders, anxiety, panic, fears, and depression. He has presented at conferences for The American Professional Society of ADHD and Related Disorders (APSARD) and Children and Adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders (CHADD), and he has provided professional trainings and educational seminars related to assessment and intervention approaches for ADHD. Dr. Neary received his doctorate in clinical psychology (PsyD) as well as a master’s degree in clinical psychology (MS) from Indiana State University. Dr. Neary also completed a master’s degree program in Counseling Psychology (MA) at Pacific University. Overall, he has been working in the mental health field since 2007, in a variety of outpatient and inpatient settings. Dr. Neary works together with patients to develop an individualized approach that will help them to most effectively manage symptoms and to move toward becoming 'the best version of themselves.' Dr. Neary provides evidence-based treatment that incorporates cognitive-behavioral, developmental, and person-centered approaches.
Sean has lived in the Portland area since 2001 and has been helping clients connect with quality providers for over five years. He studied Theater, Psychology, and Art, at St. John’s University in Minnesota. He enjoys the outdoors, pop culture, and spending time with his family and friends.
Hi, I'm Emily! I was born and raised in the Portland/Milwaukie OR areas. After growing up in a school where children with learning disabilities were not taken seriously, I decided to study Psychology. I then worked for five years as a teacher for preschool children, done one on one at home care for children with disabilities, assisted high school students prepare for college and create goals through the ASPIRE program, spent a year as a high school secretary, and worked as the assistant manager for two other offices. I have volunteered with shelters for the homeless and for community events through church. I received a Bachelor's in Psychology from Concordia University in 2014. Through all these experiences, I found myself enjoying helping people from a behind the scenes position such as through working as a receptionist, than through one on one assistance.
Client Services Coordinator - West
Elizabeth has lived in the Portland metro area since 2006. She earned a master's degree in clinical psychology from Minnesota State University, Mankato in 2005. Throughout her career she has worked in mental health case management and counseling and in higher education disability services providing supporting, counseling, and assisting students in higher education settings. She has a particular interest in working with those who experience ADHD and related conditions. Her interests include volunteering as a mediator, gardening, and spending time with friends and family.
Ownership, Management, and Administration