healing through innovation and tradition

Wolf Pack

Consulting and Therapeutic Services, LLC
Consulting & Supervision Services

Clinical supervision for both licensure and ongoing practice consultation

Mental Health

Individual, group, couples, family, mental health, all ages, all family dynamics, all cultures welcome

Training Services

Attachment, trauma, substance abuse, interventions, behavioral intervention, diagnosis and treatment, family systems

Domestic Violence Services

Individual therapy, group therapy, education, crisis appointments, safety planning, and resource referral and connection. Services focused on male, female, and children survivors

LGBTQ Services

Individual, couples, and family therapy, assessment for medical care

Behavioral Intervention Services

Skills building, Functional Behavioral Analysis, Therapeutic Behavioral Analysis, consulting, learning disabilities and Autism services

Naturopathy – Wolf Medicine

Traditional evaluation and medication management, Exploration of alternative options, Testing

Substance Use Disorder

Individual, family, and group therapy, acupuncture, and dual diagnosis, skill building and peer mentoring, all ages, all cultures welcome

Wolf Pack Kitchen

Fun and Inspiration about the food we eat! Basic culinary skills to serve for a lifetime

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The Wolf Pack

and what it is that we do...

Wolves are highly social animals that live in packs. A pack is an extended family group. Families come in all shapes, colors, sizes, and configurations. Our aim is to support the healing process for whole families and communities.

Wolves can survive in a variety of habitats, including forests, tundra, mountains, swamps and deserts. Wolves, just like people, are adaptable and resilient.

Wolves spend about 35% of their time traveling. They often travel 20 to 30 miles per day, but may cover over 100 miles in a day when prey is scarce. We believe in reducing barriers and meeting people where they are at. Clinicians and skills trainers work with families at home, at school, and in the community.

Communication between pack members allows wolves to care for and feed their young, defend their common territory, and cooperatively bring down prey larger than individual wolves on their own. As humans we are designed to live among social groups and communities that rely on one another for meeting basic needs, raising our children, companionship, as well as emotional and mental support.

A great deal of the communication among wolf pack members involves body language. Specialized behaviors and postures have evolved that help reduce aggression between individual animals within the pack. Body language helps the pack live together more agreeably. From infancy, our primary mode of communication is behavior. Often times, our communication and behavior is easily misunderstood. Staff works to help families understand one another’s behavior and improve communication.

Wolves help maintain native biodiversity. When gray wolves were reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park in 1995 after a 70-year absence, they began to restore ecosystems that had been degraded in their absence. Healing is about balance. A person’s overall well-being includes their physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health.

  • School Drop out

    Approximatly 50% of students age 14 and older with a mental health illness drop out of school

  • Intimate Partner Violence

    The CDC analyzed the murders of women in 18 states from 2003 to 2014, finding a total of 10,018 deaths. Of those, 55 percent were intimate partner violence-related

  • PTSD and Foster Care

    one out of every four alumni of foster care experience PTSD

  • Depression Treatment

    45.1% of adolescence age 12-17 with a Major Depressive Disorder received treatment within the last year

Meet the pack

Current pack members and how to reach them
Sol, K9
Sol, K9
Child & Family Therapist in Training,
Staff Support Specialist, Cuddle Expert,
Fluff Ball Xtrordinair
Contact office to reach my human secretaries:

[email protected]
503.828.3402

Pronouns: He, Him
Terry Ellis, LCSW
Terry Ellis, LCSW
Co-founder, Clinical Director, and
Wizard of Light Bulb Moments
[email protected]
971.224.6327

Pronouns: She, Her, We, Us
Molly Griffith, BS, QMHA
Molly Griffith, BS, QMHA
Co-Founder, Operations Manager,
Navigator, Skills Trainer, Personal Penguin
[email protected]
971.238.3113

Pronouns: She, Her
Melissa Bell, QMHA
Melissa Bell, QMHA
Co-Founder, Contracts Manager,
Navagator, Skills Trainer, Tech Ninja
[email protected]
971.238.2875

Pronouns: She, Her
Karissa Holmes, BS, QMHA
Karissa Holmes, BS, QMHA
Administrative Coordinator, Navigator,
Skills Trainer, Resident Weirdo,
Dungeon Master
[email protected]
971.238.3208

Pronouns: She, Her
Laura Gouge, ND
Laura Gouge, ND
Medical Director, Naturopathic Doctor, Professional cat cuddler
[email protected]
503.714.6266

Pronouns: She, Her

Link to Appointments with Laura
Monique Terner, M.Ed, RYT, QMHP, CADC I Intern
Monique Terner, M.Ed, RYT, QMHP, CADC I Intern
Child & Family Therapist,
Certified Alcohol & Drug Counseling Intern
Behavior Interventionist
[email protected]
503.928.7352

Pronouns: She, Her
Dana Weckel, CADC I, QMHA, BS
Dana Weckel, CADC I, QMHA, BS
Skill Builder, Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor, Peer Support Specialist,
Chicken Whisperer
[email protected]
971.770.1099

Pronouns: Us, Everyone, Ours, We
Lindsay Young, MA, LPC-Intern, QMHP
Lindsay Young, MA, LPC-Intern, QMHP
Child & Family Therapist,
Professional Panda and
Puppy Hugger
[email protected]
971.770.2801

Pronouns: She, Her
Allison Supnick, MSW, LCSW
Allison Supnick, MSW, LCSW
Child & Family Therapist
[email protected]
971.217.8765

Pronouns: She, Her
Bridget Keller, QMHP
Bridget Keller, QMHP
Child & Family Therapist,
Trauma Informed Yoga Instructor
[email protected]
260.338.9082

Pronouns: She, Her
Heidi Swartzmiller, QMHP, LMFT Intern
Heidi Swartzmiller, QMHP, LMFT Intern
Individual Couples and Family Therapist, Chaser of the Sun
[email protected]
971.337.0389

Pronouns: She, Her
Brooke Stafford, QMHP
Brooke Stafford, QMHP
Child & Family Therapist
[email protected]
971.238.8732

Pronouns: She, Her
Amber Howard, MSOM, LAc
Amber Howard, MSOM, LAc
Acupuncturist, Herbalist, Bodyworker,
Plant Whisperer
[email protected]
503.893.4746

Pronouns: She, Her
Nicole Jones, QMHA
Nicole Jones, QMHA
Skill Builder,
Family Support Specialist,
Star Gazer on the Night Shift
[email protected]
360.524.3023

Pronouns: She, Her
Amber Shih, QMHP
Amber Shih, QMHP
Child & Family Therapist,
Administrative Support
[email protected]
503.479.8239

Pronouns: She, Her
Natalie Weber, MA, QMHP, LPC intern
Natalie Weber, MA, QMHP, LPC intern
Child & Family Therapist,
Walker of Paths, Cuddler of Cats
[email protected]
971.200.5022

Pronouns: She, Her
Katie Austin, MS, QMHP
Katie Austin, MS, QMHP
Child & Family Therapist, Cat Lover,
Adventure Enthusiast
[email protected]
503.583.8790

Pronouns: She, Her
Jennielee Szolomayer, QMHP
Jennielee Szolomayer, QMHP
Child & Family Therapist Intern,
Kitty Snuggler Extraordinaire
[email protected]
971.266.3525

Pronouns: She, Her
Kevin Dao, MD, MPH, MAPS, QMHP
Kevin Dao, MD, MPH, MAPS, QMHP
Child & Family Therapist
[email protected]
503.567.9082

Pronouns: He, Him
Carlos Benson Martinez, YPSS
Carlos Benson Martinez, YPSS
Youth Peer Support Specialist,
Master of None
[email protected]
503.877.2205

Pronouns: He, Him
Mireya E Nunez, BA, QMHA, CADC I Candidate
Mireya E Nunez, BA, QMHA, CADC I Candidate
Child & Adolescent Skill Builder,
Part-time Unicorn, Snack Pack Extraordinaire
[email protected]
503.489.9136

Jonathan Ramirez, BA, QMHA
Jonathan Ramirez, BA, QMHA
Skills Trainer, Behavior Coach,
A person who plays the cello
[email protected]
503.908.3851‬

Pronouns: He, Him
Liza Alex Baker, MA, MFT
Liza Alex Baker, MA, MFT
Child & Family Therapist
[email protected]
808.258.4205

Pronouns: She, Her
Evan Thayer, MSW, QMHP
Evan Thayer, MSW, QMHP
Child and Family Therapist Intern,
Intraplanetary Explorer
[email protected]
971.224.6357

Pronouns: He, Him


Link to Therapy with Evan
Emily Constantin, M.S., QMHP, LPC- Intern
Emily Constantin, M.S., QMHP, LPC- Intern
Child & Family Therapist, Champion Coin Snatcher, Labyrinth Master
[email protected]
503.389.3274

Pronouns: She, Her
Colton Markham, QMHP
Colton Markham, QMHP
Child & Family Therapist,
Plant Wizard Apprentice
[email protected]
971.266.4699

Pronouns: He, Him
Kaalund Taylor, BA, PSS, CRM
Kaalund Taylor, BA, PSS, CRM
Peer Support Specialist, Certified Recovery Mentor, The Wanderer of paths
[email protected]
971.224.6334

Pronoun: He, Him
Susan Mumm, CRM, CADC Intern
Susan Mumm, CRM, CADC Intern
Certified Recovery Mentor, Cat Rescuer
Pronouns: She, Her
Maya Elasady, MSW, QMHP
Maya Elasady, MSW, QMHP
Child & Family Therapist
[email protected]
503.862.8164

Pronouns: She, Her, They, Them
Lindsay Rosenfeld, CSWA, QMHP
Lindsay Rosenfeld, CSWA, QMHP
Individual Therapist, Seeker of Long Trails, Tall Mountains, & Magical Quests
[email protected]
971.224.6345

Pronouns: They, Them, Theirs
Gabriel Lincoln, QMHA
Gabriel Lincoln, QMHA
Skill Builder, Behavior Coach, Puppy Hoarder, Cat Wrangler
[email protected]
503.660.3142

Pronouns: He, Him
Natalie Kern, QMHP, MSW
Natalie Kern, QMHP, MSW
Child & Family Therapist, Snow Bunny, Mountain Adventurer
[email protected]
971.224.6323

Pronouns: She, Her
Beckett Peterson, QMHP
Beckett Peterson, QMHP
Early Childhood & Family Therapist,
Professional Cat & Dog Dad
[email protected]
971.224.6320

Pronouns: He, Him, His or They, Them, Theirs
Jonathan Willden, MA, QMHP, LPC Intern
Jonathan Willden, MA, QMHP, LPC Intern
Child & Family Therapist, Failed Comedian, & Corgi Butt Enthusiast
[email protected]
971.224.6285

Pronouns: He, Him
Mical Ventura, MSW, QMHP
Mical Ventura, MSW, QMHP
Child & Family Therapist
[email protected]
971.224.6348

Pronouns: She, Her
Michelle Reilly, MAT, QMHP, LPC-Intern
Michelle Reilly, MAT, QMHP, LPC-Intern
Child & Family Therapist
[email protected]
971.224.6332
Amanda Hermens, BA, QMHA, MSW Intern
Amanda Hermens, BA, QMHA, MSW Intern
Individual therapist, Karaoke Aficionado, Harry Potter Enthusiast
971.224.6306
[email protected]

Pronouns: She, Her
Sarah Livengood, BS, QMHA, LPC-INTERN
Sarah Livengood, BS, QMHA, LPC-INTERN
Child & Family Therapist Intern, Trivia Host Extraordinaire
[email protected]
971.224.6354

Pronouns: She, Her
Klarissa Gaskell, BA, QMHA, MSW Intern
Klarissa Gaskell, BA, QMHA, MSW Intern
Individual Therapist, Mountain Explorer, Llama Lover
[email protected]
971.224.6265

Pronouns: She, Her
Hannah Latimer-Snell, QMHA
Hannah Latimer-Snell, QMHA
Child & Adolescent Skill Builder,
World Traveler, Recovery Warrior,
Activist, Salsa Dancer
[email protected]
971.224.6322

Pronouns: She, Her
Brittany Smith, QMHA, Mental Health Intern
Brittany Smith, QMHA, Mental Health Intern
Counselor, Knitting and Rockhounding Jedi Knight
[email protected]
971.224.6339

Pronouns: She, Her
Tehniya Aslam, MA, QMHP
Tehniya Aslam, MA, QMHP
Child & Family Therapist, Zen Therapist
[email protected]
971.224.6342

Pronouns: She, Her

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