Healthy Relationship Workshop Series
$15.00 – $50.00
This workshop series will cover the areas of skills that build stronger relationships, communication strategies, conflict management, and increasing fondness.
Register: (503) 253-0964
Pre-registration required. Workshop fee must be paid at time of registration.
This workshop series will cover the areas of skill that build stronger relationships, communication strategies, conflict management, and increasing fondness.
*Hardship scholarships available upon request
Workshop fee is non-refundable: fee will remain a workshop credit for 6 months.
Workshop Led by:
Jessica Larson-Wu, Licensed Professional Counselor |
Jessica Larson-Wu (Jessie), LPC (she/her/hers)Graduated from Lewis & Clark Graduate school of counseling in 2012 with an MA in community counseling. Jessie has worked mainly in non-profit mental health agencies for the past 10 years including working with children/families, college students, and domestic violence survivors. She has experience working with a variety of different populations and enjoys working with folks experiencing anxiety, trauma, relationship concerns, and shame. She sees clients as the experts in themselves and feels that a key part of her work is creating a relationship where clients can explore their stories and develop skills that feel useful to them. She sees children/teens, adults, and couples.
Isabelle Norconk, MCFT Graduate Intern |
Isabelle (she/her/hers) is a graduate student intern, therapist at the Northwest Catholic Counseling Center in the process of earning my Master of Arts in Marriage, Couple and Family therapy at the Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling. She is passionate about addressing anxiety, depression, grief, emotional regulation/awareness, difficult life transitions, and developing healthy relationships within selves and with others. Isabelle works mostly with Structural Family therapy, and Emotionally Focused Therapy, incorporating techniques from: Gottman, Somatic, and DBT therapy.
Isaias Sanchez, MCFT Graduate Intern |
Isaias (he/him/his) is a graduate counseling student intern at Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling pursuing a master’s degree in Marital and Family Therapy. Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT) for people and couples, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Experiential, Strategic, and Somatic therapies are some of the modalities Isaias uses. His professional approach uses the terminology of trauma informed care to address a cultural competency standpoint from a multi-ocular perspective at work in each client’s life.