Jason Wallis, LPC Intern
I see individuals in the
following age ranges:
Trauma, racial identity and systemic oppression
People with disabilities
Session rates: $100 per session; sliding scale available.
To Schedule an Appointment:
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"My intention as a therapist is to cultivate a space that is warm and welcoming,
stable and supportive, and is a place where we can work creatively as a team,
using the heart, the mind, and the spirit. I believe that we are capable of making
changes and transforming ourselves and our lives. I will be a collaborator with you
as we do this rewarding and sometimes challenging work together. "
Are you struggling and in need of support? I can help. Whatever the challenge that we are working on, we can find strength and healing in creating new narratives about ourselves and our struggles. We have the power to change our own story and shift our thoughts, feelings, and actions to be more effective in creating the life we want for ourselves.
I have extensive experience working with marginalized communities, including immigrants and refugees to this country, and people with various types of disabilities. I am fluent in Spanish and can provide services in that language. My background includes many years working as a case manager and I can access those skills as needed to supplement our therapeutic work together.
Whatever your background, I look forward to embarking on a journey together in which you move toward a more effective, well-balanced, authentic, and meaningful life. We can learn to be compassionate to ourselves and others, as we heal and learn from past relationships and experiences.
I utilize a person-centered approach that views the client as an expert in their own experience. I also incorporate narrative therapy (meaning making and writing a new life story), cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and mindfulness techniques, and art therapy interventions. It is a psychodynamic orientation that builds on a client’s insight into their own challenges and delves into relational patterns and core beliefs about the self and the world.
Jason Wallis is a registered intern with the Oregon Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and Therapists. He is a graduate of the Lewis & Clark Graduate School with a Master of Arts in Professional Mental Health Counseling. Jason worked in the developmental disabilities services programs in the San Francisco Bay Area and in Oregon, later working as a case manager in community mental health, as a counseling intern at Lutheran Community Services, and most recently as a mental health counselor at LifeWorks NW. He has experience working with individuals impacted by trauma, depression, anxiety, psychosis, divorce and relational problems, men’s issues, young adulthood, immigration, and racism.
Specialty areas Include:
-Divorce and relational challenges