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Clients ages 5+
Denise
Lindsey
Jessica
Alexis
Teresa

Alison Aggen, MA, LCP

Clinical Director

Alison is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

Alison Aggen is a Licensed Professional Counselor who holds a graduate degree from Regis University of Colorado in Counseling. Alison has been in the clinical profession for 20 years, working in various settings. Alison began her career in private practice serving children, adults and families.  Alison has experience working in the foster care system providing individual and group counseling in group home settings.  She has spent the last 10 years working in inpatient and outpatient substance abuse treatment with teens and adults. Alison specializes in treating ADHD, depression, anxiety, social anxieties, bi-disorder, autism spectrum disorder and substance use disorders. She specializes in evidence based practices: CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Trauma work. 

 

Alison's philosophy regarding therapy is a process of exploring and healing from your life's experiences.  Alison believes that client's have the power to change their lives.  She is of the opinion that therapy assists clients in removing the barriers that prevent them from processing, addressing and obtaining their life goals and desires.

 

Alison is in network with the following insurances:

PacificSource, Providence, Moda, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare (with a referral from your PCP) and Medicaid 

Denise Babawale, MSW, CSWA

 Denise is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services. 

Denise Babawale has a Masters in Social work from Walden University and has experience working with children, teens, and adults with depression, anxiety, trauma, ADHD, PTSD, mood disorders, chronic pain, stress, grief, loss, and has a particular passion for working with individuals on the Autism Spectrum or with Developmental Disabilities.  She also has experience working with individuals in the LGBTQ+ community.

 

Denise feels that it is important to create a safe and welcoming surroundings where it feels comfortable to open up and share so that healing and growth are promoted. In addition, it is her philosophy that it is also important to create a working relationship that feels nurturing with unconditional positive regard in order to form a collaborative partnership to promote healing.

 

In her practice she believes that it is always important to build on an individual's strengths. She believes this fosters resilience, assists in processing trauma, helps find solutions, and helps promote positive mindsets. Denise uses evidence-based practices including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness Based Practices, Motivational Interviewing, Solution Focused Therapy, and Trauma Focused CBT.

Denise is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Denise accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply. 

 

 

 

 

Lindsey Conway, MSW, LCSW

Lindsey is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

Lindsey’s educational background is based in Clinical Social Work and she has experience working with children, teens and adults experiencing anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma and other mental health concerns. Lindsey has a passion for helping children and families navigate difficult times in their lives and heal from all varieties of generational trauma. She believes that you are the expert of your own mind, and utilizes a person-centered approach. Lindsey recognizes that change can be difficult and scary, because of this she prides herself on creating a strong therapeutic relationship to help you feel supported and understood. She also has a lot of experience in working with all ages of the LGBTQ+ community. 

Lindsey’s style of therapy is mindfulness focused and strengths based. Lindsey is also trained in and utilizes the following modalities based on what is best for the individual: Trauma Focused CBT, DBT, EFT, Attachment-based therapy.

Lindsey is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Lindsey accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply. 

 

Jessica Soleil, Professional Counselor Associate

Jessica is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

Jessica has two decades of experience supporting children, adults, and families adjusting to chronic illness and disability. She has a master's degree in counseling and is a certified clinical rehabilitation counselor with a background in neurodevelopmental diagnoses including ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, and other learning and intellectual disabilities. Jessica is also a trained grief and loss counselor who does not view grief as a "condition to overcome" but as an essential human experience.

 

As a person-centered counselor, Jessica approaches clients with unconditional positive regard and believes everyone is capable of growth and deepening their understanding of self throughout all stages of life. Leading with compassion and genuine curiosity, her goal is to create a safe environment for her clients. She is focused on providing inclusive and accessible mental health care from an anti-oppression, social equity foundation that actively affirms ALL identities.

 

As an existential counselor, Jessica uses humanistic and strengths-based therapy modalities to explore themes of free will and meaning-making. She aims to empower her clients to be the experts and authors of their own stories - stories she believes are beautiful and worthy of celebrating. 

 

Jessica is an ally of disabled, BIPOC and LGBTQI+ communities.

Jessica is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Alexis accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply. 

Alexis Smith, Professional Counselor Associate

Alexis is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

Alexis understands the counseling process to be a journey. She views her role as coming alongside you in this journey, working together to set goals and facilitate change. She practices from a combination of person-centered and cognitive behavior therapy approach that focuses on our natural potential to self-actualize, identify, and challenge maladaptive thinking and behaviors that contribute to the problem. She focuses on building a therapeutic relationship through genuineness, unconditional positive regard, and empathy. This relationship will serve to create an environment in which one grows. The counseling sessions will likely be structured to aid in making incremental progress towards one’s goals.

Alexis holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of the Cumberlands and a Master’s Degree in Education from Oregon State University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Registered Associate. Alexis has prior experience as a Child and Family Therapist at a Day Treatment program for youth 5-17 years who experienced emotional or behavioral difficulties impacting their ability to be successful in the school and home environments. 

Alexis is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Alexis accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply. 

Teresa Veverka, MSW, CSWA

Teresa is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

 

Teresa has been a social worker since 2008 and has a robust background in helping children, teens, adults and families process through trauma, anxiety, parenting struggles, coping skills, depression and life transitions. Teresa's approach is one of being warm and caring and accompanies this with extensive knowledge and experience in the mental health field. She is warm, welcoming and has a passion for meeting clients where they are at and accompanying them along their own process of getting to a better internal space. Teresa is trained in  Trauma Focused CBT, Mindfulness and Trauma Informed Care approaches.

Teresa is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Teresa accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply. 

 

Alison
Ages 14+
Sara
Zoe
Kate
Ian

Sara Moller, MA, LPC

Sara is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

 

Sara holds a master’s degree in professional mental health counseling and works with teens and adults.  She is passionate about working with clients living with physical disabilities, anxiety, depression, difficult life transitions, relationship concerns and self-worth and identity concerns.  Sara is BIPOC and LGBTQI+ allied and welcomes conversations around these identities.



Sara is person-centered and strengths-based and believes in empowering clients to create growth in their lives. Trauma-informed care is central to Sara’s work.  Aspects of solution focused therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy and parts work are used regularly in her work but she believes in collaborating with clients to determine what approach works best for them.

Sara sees clients ages 14+

Sara is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Sara accepts private, sliding scale and out of network benefits.

Zoe Bartlett, MA, LMFT, CADC II

Zoe is licensed in Oregon and Washington. Clients must be in the State of Oregon or Washington to be seen for services.

Zoe has an educational background in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as Addiction Counseling. She specializes in anxiety, depression, relationship issues, adoption cases, addictions of any sort, and co-occurring disorders. Using a trauma-informed lens and an attachment-based approach, Zoe strives to meet the client where they are at, create an environment of safety and trust, and then build from there while helping the client reach their therapeutic goals. 

Zoe knows each person is different, however, and will follow your direction to make therapy work best for you. Though she is a firm believer that opportunities can come from crisis and change comes from discomfort, Zoe will never push you into an activity or topic that feels emotionally unsafe. Together, you and Zoe, will work to increase strengths, improve weaknesses, and create a better understanding of yourself and others. 

Zoe accepts clients age 15+, couples, and families (3 clients or less present.) 

Zoe is in network with the following insurances:

PacificSource, Providence, OHP, Moda, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare (with a referral from your PCP) and Medicaid 

Zoe's waiting list is currently closed due to its length. 

Kate Eisses, MS, Professional Counselor Associate

Kate is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

Kate Eisses holds a master’s degree in rehabilitation counseling from Portland State University where she specialized in adjustment to disability and chronic illness through a disability justice lens. She has holistic training in helping individuals with physical, mental, emotional, cognitive, and developmental disabilities achieve personal, mental health, and vocational goals. She also specializes in working with clients who have anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, bipolar, peripartum and postpartum depression and anxiety, life transitions and adjustments.  Kate strives to practice counseling from an anti-ableist, anti-racist, and anti-fat biased lens. As a cisgender able bodied white woman who grew up in middle class Alaska, she believes strongly in the importance of continued reflection of how her power and privilege intersect with individuals who have minoritized identities. 

 

Kate uses multiple therapy modalities including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), motivational interviewing, strengths-based and existential approaches. Kate believes there is flexibility within each person to carry both the joys and pain experienced in life and that every individual holds the strength and intuition for inner healing and growth.

Kate is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Kate accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply. 

Ian Kepler, MSW, LCSW, CADC II

Ian is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

In Ians words "Since I began working in the therapeutic field over a decade ago I have been focused on the ways in which we grow and develop as individuals.  Through my experiences in wilderness therapy, addiction treatment, and residential settings, I have come to love the careful process of unraveling the sources of mental and emotional pain so that clients can lighten their load and live with more connection.  As a dedicated meditator I particularly specialize in the use of mindfulness practices and intentional inquiry, learning to calm the waters of our mind so that we can see into ourselves more deeply and make intentional choices about what we can and want to change.  If you choose to work with me we will develop fluency in your own warning signals in order to keep a safe working environment while also developing the bravery to accepting therapeutic challenges and look at the sore spots of our heart and mind in productive ways.  It is my honor to work with anyone who is ready to start in this process and wish you well where ever you find your opportunities for growth."

 

Ian comes to Shoreline with a background in supporting clients with a history of substance use disorders, PTSD and complex trauma, anxiety, depression and feelings of overwhelm. Ian has experience in working with Native American populations, adults and also teens in many different settings. 

 

Ian is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Ian accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply. 

Bryce

 

Bryce Taylor, MA, Marriage and Family Therapist Associate

Bryce is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

 

Bryce holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy. He works with couples, families, as well as individual adults and children. His approach is multi-modal which includes Psychodynamic, Attachment Theory, trauma-informed, and EMDR; and practices with a person-centered approach in line with Rogerian therapy.

 

Bryce spent many years working with individuals with disabilities, child welfare, and behavior analysis with children diagnosed with autism. He now works with individuals of all ages suffering from a variety of problems including anxiety and depression, and specializes in helping individuals overcome trauma and grief, including PTSD and complex bereavement.

 

He believes each individual has their own set of life circumstances and works with each individual's strengths to form new coping skills and personal growth and development.

Bryce is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Bryce accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply. 

Clients ages 18+
Hira
Reese
Pam
Alysia
Katrina
Sharmy
Carrie
Max
Sarah
LeAnn

 

 

Hira Bukhari, Professional Counselor Associate

Hira is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

 

Hira speaks fluent Urdu and is passionate about supporting folks through their experiences navigating systemic, racial, and cultural impacts, identity exploration and development, and aspects of daily living. She also has experience in supporting folks in managing depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship concerns, and trauma. Her therapeutic style incorporates warmth, humor, honest feedback, and values respect and creativity. Hira believes the relationship between a therapist and client is crucial to therapeutic work and utilizes her own authenticity to build trust throughout sessions. 

 

Hira’s approach utilizes aspects of Internal Family Systems, Narrative Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Relational-Cultural Therapy, and somatic exploration. She is also trained in Narrative Exposure Therapy for trauma processing. 

Hira is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Hira accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply. 

Reese Giberson, MSW, CSWA

Reese is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

Reese has a Masters Degree in Social Work from Portland State University and is a Certified Social Work Associate. They have experience working with adults with Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Autism, the LGBT+ community, and Survivors of  Domestic Violence. Reese is passionate about providing mental health services to the LGBT+ community and those that love them. As someone who understands the various systems of oppression and holds both privileged and marginalized identities they are committed to honoring the nuances of race and ethnicity, the boundless expressions of gender and sexuality, and all abilities. Reese recognizes the therapeutic relationship as an important part of the healing journey and works with authenticity and humor to create a welcoming space for you to explore your experiences and how they have impacted you.

 

Reese approaches therapy from a strengths-based, person-centered perspective, recognizing that everything we do has a purpose but that purpose may not always be clear. Reese is also trained in Narrative Exposure Therapy to guide folks in processing their trauma.

Reese is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Reese accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply. 

Pam Green, MSW, LCSW

Pam is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

Pam has a master’s degree in social work with a specialization in behavioral health with adults from Arizona State University. She has over 14 years of experience working in psychiatric hospitals, emergency rooms, intensive outpatient programs, primary care clinics and private practice. She is passionate about working with adults through a variety of life’s struggles including relationship and family stress, self-esteem, boundaries, healthy communication, life transitions, depression, anxiety, trauma, health concerns, work related stress, grief, and loss.  

Pam’s practice philosophy is to provide a safe place to process emotions and life experiences without judgement while exploring barriers to change. “I believe that each client has a unique set of strengths that provide the foundation with which to build. The work we do together will be personalized, collaborative and uniquely tailored for you.” 

Pam’s treatment approach is person-centered and utilizes a variety of research-based modalities to meet her clients’ specific needs. This includes trauma informed approaches such as ACT (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy) (Acceptance & Commitment Therapy) Emotionally focused therapy, CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Narrative therapy and Internal Family systems.  

Pam is in network with the following insurances:

 Providence, OHP, Moda, United HealthCare, Medicare Medicaid - She is also being credentialed with BCBS, Kaiser and Aetna

Alysia Khendek, MSW, LCSW

Alysia is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

Aly has worked with individuals who are struggling with anxiety, depression, trauma, and other mood disorders. She is particularly passionate about working with postpartum women who are experiencing depression or anxiety with a goal of supporting them during this vulnerable time. She has experience working with individuals and families who have experienced early pregnancy and infant loss and supporting them during the grieving process. Aly is also passionate about working with first responders and those who are working in law enforcement. 

 

Aly strives to help individuals live in a way that inspires deeper fulfillment and balance by harnessing their natural ability to cope with stress and emotional pain. Her therapeutic style incorporates a calm, strengths-based perspective while helping individuals navigate different areas of their life. An individual will gain confidence by identifying and replacing counterproductive coping strategies, by bringing awareness to their current experiences, and having the support to live more fully and more authentically.

Alysia is in network with the following insurances:

PacificSource, Providence, OHP, Moda, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare (with a referral from your PCP) and Medicaid 

Katrina Liukko, MA, Professional Counselor Associate

Katrina is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

Sometimes life gets extra lifey and although you’ve already done a lot of “the work” and have a clear vision you find yourself stuck. Katrina is passionate about supporting clients in navigating through stuckness, moving past maintaining and sustaining, and into growing, thriving, and wholeheartedly living. She engages a collaborative, person-centered approach to therapy that is based upon the belief that all of us have the innate power to find the best solutions for ourselves, make positive changes in our lives, and attain our fullest potential. She uses a warm, empathetic, humorous, and holistic approach that involves exploring mind, body, and spirit to gently guide healing, facilitate perceptual shifts, expand personal awareness, and support alignment with one’s most authentic self. 

 

Key focus areas within Katrina’s work shift to meet each client’s unique needs, but tend to incorporate elements such as identifying and challenging self-limiting beliefs, building self-compassion, learning to foster a more positive outlook, identifying and leveraging internal strengths, moving away from emotional reactivity and into emotional awareness, creating growth-oriented structure/routines, exploring mindfulness and spirituality, and embracing creative expression as a healing tool.

Katrina integrates elements of strengths-based, transpersonal, narrative, and feminist therapy into her work, as well as positive psychology, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and art therapy. 

Katrina is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Katrina accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply.

 

 

Sharmy Rasheed, MSW, LCSW

Sharmy is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

Sharmy has a wide-range of clinical experience serving adults ages 18-99yrs. Her clinical experience includes therapy with families, caregivers, and individuals experiencing chronic medical conditions, stress, depression, anxiety, grief, loss, trauma, mood disorders, personality disorders, and eating disorders. Sharmy's goal is to create an open and safe environment where thoughts and feelings can be shared without fear of judgement so people can process their experiences and gain skills to better cope and enhance their quality of life. 

 

Sharmy is committed to a therapeutic approach that is rooted in collaboration and trust-building to support and empower clients in personal growth. She integrates narrative therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), problem-solving therapy (PST), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing, and mindfulness-based therapy into her work. 

Carrie Rawson, MSW, LCSW

Carrie is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services.

Carrie has experience working with adults who experience depression, anxiety, mood disorders, personality disorders, trauma or PTSD, and those struggling with communication or family issues. Carrie strives to provide therapeutic techniques that suit your goals and needs in treatment. She wants each person to feel heard and understood in order to develop a trusting therapeutic relationship as a foundation for personal growth. Carrie's goal is to create a safe space so people can process their experiences and gain skills to cope with these experiences in daily life. 

 

Carrie's therapeutic approaches include EMDR, cognitive behavioral therapy, solutions focused, attachment focused and mindfulness-based techniques.

Carrie's waiting list is currently closed due to its length. 

Carrie is in network with the following insurances:

PacificSource, Providence, Moda, UMR, OHP, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare (with a referral from your PCP) and Medicaid

 

 

Max Smith, CSWA, LMSW, CCM

Max is licensed in Oregon

 

Max comes to Shoreline with a background in helping individuals experiencing chronic street homelessness stabilize in supportive housing through crisis intervention, direct action, and building long-term relationships to address needs and goals from a holistic perspective.  He has experience with comorbid physical/mental chronic health issues, workplace stress and burnout, and culturally specific interventions with communities of color.  As a Certified Case Manager, Max brings a joy for helping people navigate systems of care to support their overall wellbeing into each session.  His therapeutic style is rooted in collaboration, multiculturalism, motivational interviewing, solution focused therapy, mindfulness, and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).

Max is an in network provider for CareOregon(Medicaid/OHP) Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Providence and Aetna.

Max accepts private pay and has a sliding scale for all other clients.

Out of network benefits for commercial insurance will not apply. 

Max accepts individuals age 18+

 

Sarah von Colditz, MSW, LCSW is the Owner and CEO

Sarah is licensed in Oregon and Washington.

Clients must be in the State of Oregon or Washington to be seen for services.

Sarah is only accepting CBT-I for insomnia clients

Sarah von Colditz, MSW, LCSW is the owner of Shoreline Counseling, LLC, has a passion for working with people and has been in the field of social work since 2005. Sarah carries a caseload of her own while also managing the administrative side of the group practice. Sarah has experience in working with people with chronic medical issues, terminal illnesses, eating disorders, anxiety, depression and caregiver stress and burnout. Sarah is a Level 1 and Level 2 trained practitioner in Internal Family Systems who is working towards her certification.

Sarah also has a certification in CBT-I for insomnia and is passionate about getting people's sleep back on track again.

Sarah can be reached via email at sarah@scllcor.com or her direct line - 503-789-6850.

Both are confidential forms of contact. 

LeAnn Waggoner, MSW, LCSW

LeAnn is licensed in Oregon. Clients must be in the State of Oregon to be seen for services. 

 

Therapy can be uncomfortable at times and LeAnn is of the opinion that one’s decision to seek mental health support is a courageous one. As a therapist, LeAnn’s goal is to create a safe space for clients to explore the full range of their human experience. She believes that there is something special in holding space for the powerful, sometimes painful, life experiences and all that falls in-between.

LeAnn has a wide range of clinical experience serving adults ages 18-99yrs. This includes therapy with families, caregivers, and individuals experiencing a recent or ongoing medical dx, TBI’s, cognitive processing changes, PTSD, depression, anxiety, grief, loss and trauma.

LeAnn is committed to a therapeutic approach that is rooted in collaboration and trust-building while engaging with a deeper curiosity and understanding of the complex systems that interact with our emotions and sense of self. She integrates narrative therapy, cognitive- behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, and mindfulness based therapy into her work .

Laura Yoder, LMHC

Laura is licensed in Washington. Clients must be in the State of Washington to be seen for services. 

Laura is a licensed mental health counselor (LMHC) in Washington state with four years of dedicated experience. Laura holds a master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Adams State University. Before becoming a mental health counselor, Laura worked in multiple roles supporting children and families in the Head Start program, involved with child protective services, and in residential addiction treatment.

 

Proficient in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Motivational Interviewing (MI), Laura adapts to her client’s needs and is flexible in her approach. She embodies a compassionate and dynamic approach to therapy. With an empathetic ear and an unwavering commitment to her clients' well-being, Laura creates a safe space for exploration, growth, and empowerment. Her commitment to evidence-based practices fosters transformative change, empowering individuals to navigate life's challenges while cultivating resilience and self-discovery.

Laura is currently able to see clients with Moda and Providence and will soon be able to see clients in Oregon

Laura
Intake Coordinator and Billing Specialist

We have several amazing people helping keep our business running smoothly by managing phone calls, new client intakes and complex billing issues. Nichole and Dawn (right) are working behind the scenes of Shoreline Counseling to ensure that we are able to respond to you in a timely manner.

Our Intake Coordinator Nichole specializes in finding the right fit for clients and helping to ensure our clinicians schedules are running smoothly. Dawn Hanslow is our Billing Specialist who works behind the scenes at Shoreline and is in charge of all of our billing and verification of benefits. If you receive a call or email from either them, know that they are a part of our team and are here to help us provide better care to our new and current clients. 

Intake Coordination Department can be reached at 971-350-6474 and connect@scllcor.com

Dawn can be reached at 971-257-9053 and accounts@scllcor.com

Dawn
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