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.
A Eugene native, Lisa began dancing ballet at the age of six and as a teen, witnessed two of her close friends struggle with eating disorders. From this experience, she knew she wanted to help others create a healthy relationship with food, which led to her passion for health, nutrition and cooking with whole foods. In 2013, Lisa graduated from Southern Oregon University with a Bachelor of Science in Health and Physical Education. She is delighted to be part of the Madrone team.
Jennifer Blake, MA, QMHP has been a therapist for the past 14 years and has worked in social services for the past 21 years. She graduated from Northwest Christian University with a Master’s in Professional Counseling. Throughout her career Jennifer has worked with children and their families and adults in a variety of settings including public schools, day treatment programs, residential treatment programs, nursing homes, and community mental health agencies. Jennifer is passionate about helping people move towards their goals for better health.
When not at work Jennifer enjoys spending time with her kids. She enjoys hiking, walking, movies, reading, and volunteering. Jennifer is a native Oregonian and she is constantly amazed at the beauty this state has to offer.
Nick is a Eugene native with a B.A. from Oregon State. He has worked in IT since 2010 and enjoys the puzzles and problems that come with the job. Hobbies include gardening, painting, jigsaw puzzles, PC and board games.
Sierra is a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and Clinical Herbalist and has been in practice for 5 years. She specializes in herbal nutrition, disordered eating and digestive health. Sierra is passionate about the importance of health and wellness and uses “food as medicine” as her foundational framework for guiding clients to support their whole selves – in mind, body and soul. A born and raised Eugene native and lifelong foodie, Sierra received her B.S. in Pre-Med Biology with Honors and a focus in Organic Chemistry in 2013 and promptly went on to complete her FNTP certification and herbal apprenticeship shortly thereafter. Sierra compassionately supports her clients through the lens of bio-individuality – meaning each person receives a unique and tailored assessment and approach just for them. Sierra provides guided support to her clients for how they can integrate these personal nutritional needs into their daily life in order to support their recovery and health so they can thrive.
Sierra Thompson Nordquist
Trisha Eastlick, Administrative Director, received her Bachelor of Science in Business Communication and Finance from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. She has been working in mental health billing and clinic administration since 2004. Trisha enjoys rafting, camping, fishing, and gardening. Any outdoor activity spending time with her significant other and their Golden Retriever & Australian Shepherd.
Jackie Cowell, MS, QMHP 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. Pareek lives with his three outdoor enthusiast school-aged children and loves camping, hiking and travelling/exploring with his 3 musketeers. He completed his psychiatry residency at Wayne State University in Michigan and then went on to obtain his Pediatric (Child and Adolescent) Psychiatry fellowship at Wash-U in St. Louis. Besides practicing medicine he loves working with medical students and residents and has been affiliated with OHSU. He has been working as an Oregon Board certified psychiatrist for 8 years. He equally enjoys working with adults and pediatric populations, and specializes in childhood anxiety, depression, autism spectrum disorders, and early psychoses.
Dr. Pallav Pareek, M.D.
Annie has experience in various aspects of nursing from birth through death. She enjoys working in the community setting. While not at work she enjoys cooking, being outside in nature, exploring places near and far.
Galen Phipps has a 40+ year history of building integrated service systems, developing clinical and leader competencies, and creating high performance humanistic workplace cultures. In addition, over this time, he has provided clinical supervision of licensed master’s level clinicians with oversight of the assessment and treatment planning process. Since 2019, he has been the clinical supervisor at Madrone Mental Health. Mr. Phipps’ areas of specialty include wellness, mental health, and recovery services for the following:
- People with addictions, including eating disorders and substance use/abuse
- Those with acquired brain injury
- People living with severe and persistent mental illness
Brook is a Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) who provides medication management and psychotherapy to individuals from all walks of life. She enjoys working with a wide variety of clients and conditions – including ADHD, Eating Disorders, Perinatal Mood and Anxiety disorders. Brook treats every client with up-to-date evidence-based practices and an individualized approach. She has several years’ experience working alongside individuals diagnosed with eating disorders and practices from a Health at Every Size perspective. Brook received her Master of Science in Nursing from Gonzaga University and has been a nurse since 2009. Brook is a mom (of humans and dogs), a science fiction fan, and you will find her rockhounding in her free time. Brook is dedicated to providing trauma-informed comprehensive mental health care to her community.
Tzila is an intern therapist, QMHA, attending Wurzweiler School of Social Work. She graduated from the University of Oregon with a major in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. In her free time, you’ll likely find this Eugene native outside with her dogs, hugging trees and eating granola.