Pheobe has been working with individuals, youth and families for over 25 years. She has worked in a variety of settings (residential, outpatient, advocacy groups, and the Oregon State Legislature). She has opened three new programs, serving in roles as a Program Director, youth and family therapist, group therapist, crisis response worker, advocate and legislative assistant. She values client-centered, evidence-based approaches in her work, and is dedicated to meeting her clients where they are and helping them to direct their own way through their healing. She lives in Eugene with her sweetheart and their beloved dog.
Brad Cohn has been a therapist for eight years. He has worked in a variety of settings including residential treatment for adjudicated youth, public schools, community mental health clinics, an international consultation agency, and community mental health agencies. He has experience working with individuals of all ages, from toddler to experienced adults. He works with individuals with a variety of needs. Brad utilizes evidence-based practices in the services he provides, including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Family Systems Theory, and Family Based Therapy.
BRADLEY P COHN
Aimee is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been helping families and individuals in various capacities for the past 20 years. She specializes in eco-psychology and recreation therapy with a focus on one’s connection to themselves and their environment. Aimee also specializes on working with couples, families in transition, grief, anxiety and depression. Using a family of origin client-entered approach, she supports individuals and families create their optimal life path.
Diana is a local Eugene resident who grew to love Oregon after living most of her childhood in Eastern Washington. She graduated from Biola University with a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology and after careful consideration, decided to switch careers. She has been working in the Mental Health field for over 3 years and is pursuing her Master’s in Healthcare Administration and Human Resources. She is happily married and has two adorable children. As a family, they enjoy the outdoors, playing sports, and playing music.
Jacob has been working in the IT field for the last four years. He started out in the mental health field by receiving his degree in Psychology, but quickly realized he could help a wider population of those in need by supporting staff with technology and creative solutions. This has led to a variety of projects, including Madrone Mental Health, that have supported his continued mission of helping individuals.
As a Certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner (NTP) and Herbalist, Sierra is passionate about the importance of health and wellness through the support of our bodies, minds and spirits as a whole. A born and raised Eugene native and lifelong foodie, Sierra graduated from the University of Oregon in 2013 with a Bachelors of Science in Pre-Med Biology with Honors and a focus in Organic Chemistry. Through this experience, Sierra realized that her passions lay in “food as medicine” and she has been a nutritional enthusiast and educator ever since. After completing her NTP certification and a 3 year Herbal Apprenticeship, she has focused on compassionately supporting clients as bio-individuals – meaning each person receives a unique and tailored assessment and approach just for them and their personal nutritional needs.
Jackie Cowell, MS, MFT received her Master’s in Couples and Family Therapy from the University of Oregon. She has worked with a variety of populations in the Human Service field for the past five years including runaway and homeless youth and their families, addiction, eating disorders, and LGBTQI individuals, couples, and families. Further, as a Minority Fellowship Program Master’s Fellow, she has received specialized clinical training in working with minority youth and their families through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). Jackie’sapproach includes an integration of experiential and evidence-based models (Emotion Focused, IFS, and DBT), as well as body-based approaches. She firmly believes that individuals hold capacity for change, and that changes can occur through new emotional experiences and the integration of mind and body.
Dr. James Grimm
Danielle is an MSW intern from Pioneer Pacific University.