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Doctorate of Philosophy in Counseling and Educational Psychology University of Nevada, Reno 2002
Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy 1993
Adjunct Faculty Lewis and Clark College Department of Counseling Psychology 1997-current
Associate Professor Lewis and Clark College Department of Counseling Psychology half-time 2006-2012

Licensed Professional Counselor in Oregon since 2007
Licensed School Counselor 1996-2006
Private Practice Resonance Counseling and Consultation LLC in Portland, Oregon since 2007
Nationally Certified Counselor and since 1997
Certified as a Nationally Approved Clinical Supervisor since 2007

Association Affiliations:
American Counselors Association since 1990
International Association for Marriage and Family Therapists since 1993
International Association for Trauma and Dissociation since 2013

Key Background Experiences:
Adjunct Faculty (current) and past Assistant Professorship at Lewis and Clark College in the graduate School of Education and Counseling, department of Counseling Psychology. Classes taught: Intro to Counseling, Law and Ethics, Clinical Skills, Child theories, Child Treatment, Child Trauma and Interventions, Group Counseling with Children, Marriage and Family Therapy, Consultation in School Settings, Career Counseling, Supervision of practicum and internship clinical work.

School Counselor in the Beaverton School District both Middle school and Options High School including the School of Science and Technology for extremely bright and accelerated learners.

Provider of counseling services for Returning Veterans Project, Portland Oregon

Previously trained as a fine artist at University Nevada including professional/juried solo artist shows

Ten years residence living in a communal setting practicing and studying an Ayurveda, Yoga and Mindfulness lifestyle