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Our Staff

Allan CordovaAlly Burr-HarrisBennett GertzCasey WixsonCharlieChristine Moore
Daniel MunozDarren JanzenDebbie DwelleHannah BiancoJeff SosneJenne Henderson
Jennifer Simon-ThomasJennifer AbelesJohn LiedelJulia FonkKayla HoskinsLaura Pagenstecher
Maggie StoeckelMariko ClarkMay LimMegan NicholsMichael WoodMindy Ranik
Leah KatzNichole SageRebecca MarcinRobin GoldbergRobin McCoyRose Eagle
Sandra LareSandra MacPhailShawn MarshallStephanie Verlinden

Our Associates

Lance TurnerMichael SosneIrene McConaghyRJ Layton

Staff 

allanAllan Cordova, PhD., Psychologist received his doctorate from the University of Denver and completed his internship and postdoctoral work at the University of Washington. He has worked with youth and families in hospital, clinic and school settings. A native Oregonian, he joined the Children's Program in 2002. He enjoys working with families and children of all ages. Areas of special interest include teenagers, couples, treatment of anxiety and depression, and family transitions.
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Ally Burr-Harris, PhD., Psychologist received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Missouri-Columbia. Her areas of specialty include adoption, parent-child attachment, trauma, loss or bereavement, and behavior problems. Ally utilizes family therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, EMDR, and trauma/attachment-focused therapy. She utilizes parent coaching in attachment skills and behavior management skills, collaborative problem-solving, story-telling and narrative work, play and art therapy, and individualized methods for building and mastering social, emotional, and behavioral skills. When adult issues are interfering with parenting, Ally provides individual, relationship-based, supportive therapy with adults. She also provides consultation and training to parents and professionals on topics related to adoption, attachment, trans-racial parenting, child abuse, and other forms of child trauma. Ally has worked in the child mental health field since 1988, and she has been a licensed psychologist since 2000. She has served on the Board of Adoption Mosaic, and she was previously the director of a child trauma program affiliated with the National Child Traumatic Stress Network. Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file

Bennett Gertz, M.D., earned a Bachelor’s degree in Biology with a minor in Cognitive Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his Medical degree at the University of Massachusetts Medical School. Dr. Gertz completed his Pediatrics residency at Georgetown University and his Neurodevelopmental Disabilities fellowship at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. During his training, he also completed the Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) fellowship. Dr. Gertz moved to Portland in 2010. He worked at a multidisciplinary child development clinic for several years, which was originally known as the Artz Center, and later acquired by Albertina Kerr as Children’s Developmental Health Services. He then joined the Children’s Program in 2017. Dr. Gertz enjoys working with children with a variety of developmental disorders, and their families, for medical evaluations, developmental monitoring and medication management.
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Casey Wixson, PsyD, Psychologist received his doctorate in clinical psychology, with emphasis in child and family practice, from Pacific University in Portland, OR. He has specialty training in assessment and intervention of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders through Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) and The Watson Institute (Pennsylvania). He also has extensive training in intensive behavioral intervention (ABA) and pivotal response training (PRT), as well as certifications in Chronic Disease Self-Management and Alcohol and Drug Counseling. Other areas of interest include: noncompliance, anxiety, depression, and assessment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Casey's approach to assessment and intervention is family and systems oriented, emphasizing education and positive interactions. He works from behavioral and cognitive-behavioral perspectives.
Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file
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Charlie is a five-year-old Golden Retriever. He has been coming to the Children's Program "for as long as he can remember." He has attended Ralley Obedience School and holds an advanced degree from PetSmart. Charlie is now a graduate of the Oregon Humane Society's AAI (Animal Assisted Therapy) Training Program. Charlie loves going to school and spending his days at the Children's Program.

Christine Moore, M.S., CCC-SLP is a speech language pathologist who received her Master’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from Portland State University. Recently Christine had the opportunity to serve as a panelist for Project ECHO, a bi-weekly teleconference providing education and case recommendations for primary care physicians in the tri-county area. Christine has experience across a range of settings including early intervention, public schools, and an interdisciplinary pediatric clinic where she worked with children with complex behavioral and developmental needs. Christine specializes in working with children with speech-sound disorders, expressive and receptive language disorders, pre-literacy and literacy concerns, and social communication disorders. She is committed to working with families and other providers to establish functional goals so that progress leads to meaningful change at home and in the community. She highly encourages family participation in therapy as education and parent training are a key component of an effective intervention program.
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Daniel J. Munoz, PhD, Psychologist received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the State University of New York at Albany and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Chicago Eating and Weight Disorders Program. He works with children, adolescents, young adults, couples and families with issues of depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, sexual issues and emotional regulation (i.e. impulse control disorder, cutting, etc.). In addition, Dr. Munoz’s clinical expertise is in psychological assessment (ADHD, personality, executive functioning, intellectual testing).

He also offers a specialty clinic in the area of eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, binge eating disorder, obesity, bariatric surgery assessment) and issues related to sexual and gender identity, in particular youth who identify as transgendered or gender questioning. Dr. Munoz uses an evidence-based approach towards treatment using modalities such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and the Maudsley/Family Based Treatment approach to eating disorders. Dr. Munoz has been an invited speaker at international conferences on eating disorders and the recipient of the 2009 Academy of Eating Disorders Young Investigator Award for excellence in research. Dr. Munoz is the past vice-chair of the Oregon Board of Psychologists.
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Darren M. Janzen, PsyD, Pediatric Psychologist earned his doctorate in clinical psychology from George Fox University. He completed his pre-doctoral internship and post-doctoral residency at Warm Springs Counseling Center and Training Institute in Boise, Idaho. He spent additional time completing an abbreviated fellowship at Oregon Health & Science University’s Child Development and Rehabilitation Center prior to joining the faculty in 2007. He maintains a clinical associate professor appointment in the departments of pediatrics and psychiatry at OHSU. Dr. Janzen's specialty areas include working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families with a wide range of psychological issues, including emotional/behavioral difficulties, attention problems, and learning differences.  He also works regularly with children and their families who are dealing with behavioral feeding disorders.  Areas of specialization include: ADHD, anxiety, depression, anger management, behavioral defiance/non-compliance, parent-child relationships, and chronic health conditions.  In particular, Dr. Janzen enjoys working with, and supporting the families of, both older children and adolescents. He utilizes a positive strengths-based approach and primarily works from a cognitive/behavioral and family systems framework.
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Debbie Dwelle, PsyD, Psychologist received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Pacific University with an emphasis in child and family practice. She completed her postdoctoral fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at Oregon Health and Science University. Her areas of interest include: neuropsychological and psychodiagnostic assessment, chronic health conditions including pediatric cancer and chronic pain, learning and emotional disorders, ADHD, noncompliance, depression, and anxiety. She enjoys working with families and children of all ages, and has a particular interest in working with adolescent females. She utilizes a strengths-based approach and works from behavioral, cognitive behavioral, and family systems frameworks.
Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file

Hannah Bianco, Ph.D, Psychologistreceived her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver and completed her pre-doctoral internship at the University of New Mexico. She works with children, adolescents, couples, and families in the areas of emotional and behavioral dysregulation, behavioral defiance/non-compliance, coping and stress management, parenting skills, depression, anxiety, ADHD, parent-child relationships, and adult relationship distress. Dr. Bianco provides individual, family, and couples therapy, psychological/neuropsychological assessment, and group therapy. Dr. Bianco uses an evidence-based approach including behavioral and cognitive-behavioral modalities within a family systems framework
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Jeff Sosne, PhD, Psychologist is a graduate of Princeton and received his doctorate in clinical psychology from Rutgers University. He escaped New Jersey in 1978 and completed his internship and residency training at the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center. Jeff has been working with children since 1972 and has been with the Children's Program since 1980. Current interests include Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder, anger problems, learning disabilities and group therapy for elementary age students with self-control problems. He is the author of two practical guides for parents and school personnel, "The ADHD Notebook and The Anger Notebook."
Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file
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Jenne Henderson, PhD, Psychologist earned her doctorate in psychology from the University of Louisville and completed her internship in Portland at Tualatin Valley Mental Health Center (now LifeWorks). Specialty areas include: anxiety issues and disorders such as separation anxiety, simple phobias, panic, obsessive-compulsive disorders, and depression. She uses a combination of parent consultation, family therapy and applying cognitive, behavioral and practical solutions to meet the family's treatment goals.
Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file
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Jennifer Simon-Thomas, Ph.D., Psychologist received her doctorate from the University of Montana. She completed a pre-doctoral internship at the National Institute of Mental Health. Jenny completed her Clinical Internship at Denver Health Medical Center. She has worked in a variety of settings including wilderness therapy, residential therapy, private practice, and in an interdisciplinary medical setting. Jenny has conducted early development, autism-specific, psychological and neuropsychological evaluations, as well as individual and family therapy. She has consulted extensively with medical providers and school districts regarding implementation of accommodations and interventions for mental health and medical conditions. Her treatment is solution focused and client-driven with a focus on Cognitive-Behavioral and Family Systems approaches. Psychological evaluations are focused on identifying strengths and weaknesses, and offering tangible recommendations for the home and school environments. Areas of specialty include young children, teenagers, therapy, evaluations, and treatment of anxiety (including OCD), ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
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Jennifer Abeles, M.A., received her Master's in Counseling Psychology from Lewis and Clark College. Her areas of interest include: ADHD, emotional regulation, noncompliance, parenting support, divorce and relationship adjustment, grief and loss, and chronic parental illness from a child's perspective. Jennifer utilizes a family centered approach focusing on emotional wellness:. She uses behavioral, strengths-based, and practical solutions. She has experience working with children's groups including Teens, Mindfulness, ADHD, and Autism parent support.
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John Liedel EMERITUS John is a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Medicine. He has been with the Children's Program since 1980 following 5 years of residency and fellowship in pediatrics and child development at Oregon Health Sciences University, Child Development and Rehabilitation Center and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children in London, England. John's practice includes medical evaluation of developmental, learning and behavioral problems, management of Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, bedwetting, soiling and movement disorders.
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Julia Fonk, M.A. received her Master of Arts in Education and Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Portland. She has experience volunteering and working with children in various settings including a therapeutic school, a summer day camp for children with autism spectrum disorder, OHSU's ADHD research lab, and most recently as a psychological technician at an interdisciplinary developmental health clinic.

Kayla Hoskins, M.S., CSWA, Is an Honors program graduate from University of Oregon and earned her Masters of Science degree in Advanced Clinical Social Work Practice from Columbia University in New York City, specializing in Health, Mental Health, and Disabilities. Kayla has experience in school and various healthcare settings, and has worked extensively with children and families from diverse backgrounds. She enjoys helping each individual she works with to reach their full potential within their environment. Her current interests include early childhood, developmental and behavioral problems, and mindfulness. Kayla utilizes family-systems and cognitive behavioral strategies, and has experience and training in dialectical behavioral therapy, trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, collaborative problem solving, and acceptance and commitment therapy.

Laura Pagenstecher, Psy.D., M.A.T. Psychologist, received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in child and family practice from Pacific University. She completed her internship Daily Behavioral Health in Cleveland, Ohio working with children with a variety of emotional and behavioral issues and developmental disabilities. Laura completed clinical training with LifeWorks NW and the Forest Grove School District. She has a master’s degree in education has a clinical interest in educational issues. Laura was an educational consultant at Children’s Program prior to earning her doctorate. Her other areas of interest include psychological and educational assessment, emotional and behavioral disorders, ADHD, anxiety, and adjustment issues. Laura enjoys working with children of all ages, and particularly with late elementary/middle school-aged children. She utilizes a strengths-based approach and works from behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, and solution-focused frameworks.
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Leah Katz, PhD, received her doctorate in clinical psychology with a health emphasis from Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology in NY. She completed her internship and postdoctoral training at the Center for Applied Psychology in NY, where she saw children, adolescents, adults, and couples in therapy, and ran several groups. Dr. Katz has trained in various settings including an inpatient hospital, college counseling center, testing center, and outpatient community mental health. She has experience treating a range of disorders including anxiety, depression, ADHD, adjustment disorders, mood disorders, and personality disorders. Leah utilizes an eclectic approach in helping her clients achieve well-being, practicing mostly from cognitive behavioral and dialectical behavioral modalities. Leah has also trained in mindfulness, and attended the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction professional seminar under the direction of Jon Kabat-Zin.

Mariko Clark, MA, Licensed Professional Counselor received a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Lewis & Clark College and has worked as a family therapist since 2010. She has experience counseling families throughout their lifespan, facilitating support groups and coordinating social services in hospitals and community mental health settings. Currently she works as the clinical intake specialist helping to connect families with Children’s Program services.

Maggie Stoeckel, PhD, Psychologist is a pediatric psychologist with expertise in cognitive-behavioral therapy for youth with a variety of chronic medical conditions. After completion of her PhD in clinical psychology at American University, she received specialized training in pediatric psychology at Oregon Health & Science University for her residency and fellowship. Prior to working at the Children’s Program, Maggie held a faculty position at Seattle Children’s/The University of Washington, where she was an embedded provider in the division of gastroenterology. Therefore, Maggie has particular expertise in the treatment of psychosocial distress (e.g., depression, anxiety, family-communication challenges, adherence difficulties) associated with chronic gastroenterological conditions, including inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, rumination syndrome, chronic abdominal pain, and encopresis. She also has expertise in working with youth with a range of challenging chronic medical conditions, such as type 1 diabetes, cystic fibrosis, and epilepsy. In addition, Maggie offers treatment for problems that commonly present to pediatric primary care clinics, including sleep challenges, toileting difficulties, tics, etc.
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May Lim, PhD, Psychologist is an Honors Program graduate of UCLA and received her doctorate in Counseling at the University of Oregon. She completed a post-doctoral fellowship in behavioral pediatrics at OHSU. Her clinical interests lie within behavioral health psychology, with a focus in childhood obesity. Whether it is getting on the right track to a healthier lifestyle or maintaining your child's health goals, Dr. Lim provides family-based strategies to address psychological and behavioral difficulties associated with childhood obesity such as acting out, teasing, sadness, or unhealthy lifestyle habits. Also, she has expertise in addressing common and severe behavioral challenges that often present in childhood and adolescence, such as noncompliance, bedtime problems, tantrums, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
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Megan Nichols, PsyD, received her doctorate from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, Chicago with a concentration in children and adolescents. She completed her internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Streamwood Behavioral Healthcare Systems where she worked predominately on the child inpatient unit. She has worked in a number of different settings including developmental clinics, residential programs, therapeutic schools, and inpatient units. Megan also has a masters in special education and was a self-contained classroom teacher prior to receiving her doctorate and she has also worked as a consultant for Head Start. Megan specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents with trauma, developmental concerns, including autism spectrum disorder, and behavioral/mood concerns. In treatment, she has an integrated approach with an emphasis on attachment and family systems theory. She has training and experience in play and art therapy, sandtray, Collaborative Problem Solving, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Theraplay.
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Michael Wood received her Master's Degree in Social Work from Portland State University in 1979 and has been with the Children's Program since 1997. Working as a part time intake specialist, Michael shares the responsibility of helping prospective clients utilize the services of our program.
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Mindy Ranik received her Master's Degree from the University of Vermont. She has been with the Children's Program since 1982, in varying roles as speech-language pathologist, intake specialist, and clinical services coordinator. The clinical expertise and information Mindy provides is a first step in the process of turning clients' concerns into a plan of action.
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Nichole Sage, Psy.D., Psychologist, received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in child and family practice from Pacific University. She has completed training at Wright State University, Dayton Children's Hospital, Morrison Child &amp Family Services, and Oregon Health &amp Science University-Child Development and Rehabilitation Center. Nichole has a special interest in evaluating and treating younger children who have developmental or behavioral challenges, including emotional dysregulation. She also has a background in helping children and families cope with medically-related problems, such as treatment adherence, feeding, toileting, and sleeping issues. Nichole utilizes a behavioral/cognitive-behavioral framework with a high degree of family involvement to develop and implement practical interventions.
Curriculum Vitae: PDF file
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Rebecca Marcin, Psy.D., Psychologist, received her doctoral degree in clinical psychology with an emphasis in child and family practice from Pacific University. She completed her internship at Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families in Southern California, working within the crisis-care shelter, residential, and non-public school programs. She has also completed previous clinical training at St. Mary’s Home for Boys, St. Cecilia School, and Morrison Child and Family Services here in Oregon. Rebecca enjoys working with children and families from a wide range of ages and backgrounds, and she has a particular interest in working with adolescent girls and with youth who have been a part of the foster care system. Her other areas of interest include: trauma, grief and loss, mood and emotional dysregulation, anxiety, adjustment and life transition problems, and high-risk behaviors. Rebecca practices within a behavioral/cognitive-behavioral framework and believes in the importance of involving a youth’s entire system to help make effective and lasting change.
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Robin Goldberg, M.A., CCC-SLP, is a speech language pathologist who received her Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from The George Washington University in Washington, DC. Before relocating to Portland last summer, Robin served as a Chair of the Speech and Language Department at a special education school in New York City, where she worked with children with significant language-based learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, receptive-expressive language disorder, and social pragmatic difficulties. In addition to her previous school position, Robin has extensive experience working on the outpatient level with children with autism spectrum disorder, global developmental delay, early speech and language delays (“late talkers”), and childhood apraxia of speech. She favors a play-based, child-centered approach largely influenced by a developmental and relationship-based model, and encourages family involvement in therapy. Through this approach, she can best help clients and families to expand upon and generalize communication skills at home, school, playdates, and extracurricular activities. Robin has participated in many training programs to support her work, including The DIR-Floortime Method, The Social Thinking Curriculum by Michelle Garcia Winner, Hanen “More Than Words,” PROMPT, and SOS Approach to Feeding.
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Robin McCoy, M.D. received her medical degree from the University of Rochester School of Medicine. She completed a residency in primary care pediatrics at the University of Utah and then completed a fellowship in Developmental Pediatrics at Oregon Health & Science University. Her areas of specialty include autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, Tourette's Disorder, developmental disorders, and learning and behavior problems. Robin enjoys medical evaluations as well as ongoing medical/medication management. Robin has worked in the child development field since 2000.
Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file
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Rose Eagle, PhD, Psychologist received her Ph.D. at Binghamton University, State University of New York. Her training also includes an internship in pediatric psychology and developmental disabilities at the Child Development and Rehabilitation Center at Oregon Health and Science University. Dr. Eagle has an extensive background and training in the evaluation and treatment of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. She also provides evaluation and treatment for young children with various developmental, behavioral, and emotional difficulties. She enjoys working with children who are preschool through early high school age on issues of social skills and emotion-regulation. Her treatment approach tends to be family-focused and employs cognitive-behavioral strategies.
Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file
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Sandra Lare, D.O., is a 1992 graduate of the University of Medicine and Dentistry – School of Osteopathic Medicine. She completed her psychiatry residency at the University of South Carolina in Charleston. She has worked as the Medical Director for Primary Choice Health and Circle of Courage in North Carolina, and in private practice. Sandy moved to Portland in January 2014 after a stint in Australia. Experienced in general psychiatry across diverse cultures, she has a particular interest in the treatment of adults using an integrative approach toward health and wellness.
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Sandra Stewart MacPhail, PhD, Psychologist earned her doctorate from Fordham University in New York City after completing pre-doctoral training at the New York University Child Study Center, Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital at Columbia-Presbyterian in New York, and the Andrus Children's Center in White Plains, New York. Previously, she earned Master Degrees in Reading and Learning Disabilities at Teachers College, Columbia University and practiced as a Learning Specialist for many years. Current interests include learning and emotional disorders, ADHD, selective Mutism, neuropsychological testing, and the application of mindfulness practice to address attention and emotional disorders. Dr. MacPhail has worked extensively with children, adolescents, and families from diverse backgrounds and enjoys helping them to address home, school, and social challenges.
Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file
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Shawn Marshall, MA, Licensed Professional Counselor is a licensed professional counselor that has over twenty years of experience working with children and families. He earned his Master’s Degree from Lewis and Clark College and has worked in residential programs, community mental health and consulted with school districts. He specializes in working with preteen/teens and has expertise in depression, anger management, anxiety, attention deficit, academic challenges, oppositional behaviors and social media/technology. He has presented on a wide range of topics centered on teens and parenting such as The Impact of Electronics on the Teen Brain and Parenting in Today’s Modern World. Shawn incorporates cognitive-behavioral and family system approaches into his work with teens while attempting to get teens to increase their ownership and parents to decrease their roles. He integrates parenting and school consultations into the counseling process if needed.
Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file
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Stephanie Verlinden, PsyD, Psychologist received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Pacific University after working for many years as an educator, child development specialist, and school psychologist. She provides therapy, assessment, and school consultation for children and adolescents with a variety of difficulties, including ADHD, behavioral problems, learning disabilities, anger issues and family relational problems.
Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file

Associates

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Lance Turner received his MD in 1991 from Oregon Health Sciences University. He also completed his Psychiatry Residency and Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Fellowship at OHSU. After training, Lance worked as an Attending Physician for a Day Hospital Program and has worked as the Medical Director for two residential programs. He has been a consultant at the Children's Program since 2001 and his specialty includes diagnosis and medication treatment of child and adolescent psychiatric issues with interests in anxiety and mood disorders in teenagers.
Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file
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Michael Sosne is a native Oregonian who has been working with children since his early teens; teaching swim lessons, martial arts, and music. Today,
Michael enjoys working with students of all ages on a variety of subjects such as: math, skills for school success, and organization/time management.
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Irene McConaghy, M.Ed. did her undergrad work at Western Washington University earning a degree in Education with endorsements in special and elementary education and minors in reading and history. Irene received her masters of science in curriculum and instruction from the University of Oregon. She earned her administrator’s credentials from Lewis and Clark college. Her experience over the past 30 years in public education has given her experience with elementary, middle school and high school age students. She has taught in both special education and general education classrooms and has provided extensive mentoring and teacher in-service training workshops. She has working knowledge with students who have a specific learning disabilities, language impairments, ADHD, and behavioral concerns, as well as those individuals considered on the Autism Spectrum. She has also had experience working with students considered “at-risk.” Irene has worked with parents, students, and school staff to evaluate and develop individual educational plans that assist students in accessing and becoming successful within the general education curriculum.
Curriculum Vitae: Word file  PDF file
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RJ Layton attended University of Southern California and received a BS in Business and an MFA in Interactive Media. He has worked with large companies like Electronic Arts, and has been an independent contractor and a consultant on various projects. Recently RJ has been working with the Children’s Program to develop the Spelling Teacher and Clear the Board computer games for kids. RJ will be working with students as a tutor and is developing a series of technology based classes called ByteSize Labs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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