Individual, Couples, & Family Therapy
Welcome to Counseling Services, Parenting With Intent's mental health program!
We intend to hold a healing space for the emergence of an integrated and authentic sense of self.
We do this through a collaborative process of supporting folks with drawing meaning from challenges, coming into a sense of cohesion and belonging, and orienting towards strength and contentment.
How we help...
We offer individual and family therapy for adults, youth, couples, and families. We engage clients with a collaborative approach, emphasizing the importance of connection within the therapeutic relationship. Believing that when provided a safe and supportive environment, families can work through past experiences and trauma and can achieve a greater sense of personal success.
- To understand one’s own gifts and challenges of navigating life. To learn to build on strengths and to address the barriers to achieving goals.
- To cultivate relationships that are rich with authenticity and trust. To strive to understand the lifelong impact of healthy connections.
- To create a culture of safety and security within social environments. To engage in healthy and helpful communities.
Living With Intention:
- To understand one’s self and others as special beings. To integrate tools that promote wholeness.
Kristine "Doozie" Midyett, LCSW
In my practice, I strive to create a comfortable, positive space where you can become a person who feels strong and proud of who you are. I most often use a solution-focused and client-centered approach. I believe my clients are the experts of their own lives and I am here to provide support, guidance and perspective. My therapeutic process is to help you move through your challenges by using your strengths. To do this, we have to work collaboratively and build a trusting relationship. I enjoy helping people learn new ways to look at themselves and their experiences. I work primarily with teenagers and adults of all ages.
Modalities I use include Narrative, Solution-Focused, Mindfulness-based, ACT, CBT. I specialize in Gender Identity, LGBTQAI+.
Megan Petrucelli, LMFT
As a Marriage and Family Therapist, Megan works with individuals, families and couples to support self-empowerment and belonging, working from a systemic lens. She acts as a facilitator, engaging collaboratively with clients to help them create the life and community they value most. Megan strives to honor each individual's unique identity and support the actualization of their greatest self. She has experience working with LGBTQI+, BIPOC and immigrant communities and is invested in centering her client's experience and narrative in the work they do together. Her practice is founded in social justice and an awareness of systematic/institutional oppression is woven into her work.
Megan maintains a strength-based focus and will explore the context of your life, such as family dynamics, attachment style and the impact of significant events, in relation to the concerns you are seeking to address. Megan encourages open communication and will align the appropriate intervention based on your personal needs, feedback and discussion.
Megan uses modalities; Just Therapy, Accelerated Resolution Therapy, Structural Therapy, Emotion Focused Therapy (EFT), Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (CBT/DBT), Narrative Therapy, mindfulness practices and play therapy. Megan specializes in Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Positive Identity Development, Relationships (family and intimate), grief and loss.
Greg Newman, LCSW
I was born overseas because my family worked in the US state department but moved to Portland before my fifth birthday and consider myself a lifelong Oregonian. I was an energetic, perhaps a bit too energetic, child who struggled with academics often due to not being able to keep my behind in a classroom seat for very long. I spent my early adulthood pursuing the dream of and worked hard at becoming a rockstar (what do you know, that didn't happen). After spending the first part of my adulthood raising a child and doing various kinds of physical labor and factory work I realized I was more suited for something else. And that "something else" was relating to people. Human beings have always fascinated me as a source of continuous curiosity and wonderment. And this wonderment only increases my compassion and empathy for my fellow humans. All of this led me to volunteering and eventually getting my education in clinical social work which is the work that I've been doing for the last 25 years.
I specialize in Adolescents and adults as well as extensive experience in family work. Crisis and trauma focused. A significant amount of working with individuals struggling with anxiety and depression. My primary therapeutic concern is developing a trusting, well boundaries relationship with my clients to enable them to feel safe, explore, and develop positive change in their lives. Modalities I use include; Trauma informed modalities emphasizing relational connection. Deep mindfulness and somatic work, CBT, DBT, Family systems, narrative therapy, and solution focused approaches.
Eva Siegel, MSW, CSWA
In my practice, I seek to create a safe, non-judgmental, and collaborative environment for my clients to start their healing journey. Healing is a complex, painful, and transformative process that every person is capable of. I believe that healing happens through relationships and I strive to support my clients by celebrating their gifts, processing their experiences, and strengthening their inherent skills so they can pursue their aspirations and live a joyful life. I approach my work with an open mind, compassion, and transparency to meet my clients where they are at. I believe that people are the experts of their own lives and I am here to offer guidance and hold space for my clients as they continue on their journey of self-discovery and growth.
My life experiences have led me down a path of healing that is unique and special to me. I learned how to bring art, music, nature, and mindfulness in conjunction with my educational training to create a practice that aligns with my authentic self. I enjoy working with people who are interested in deepening their sense of self and are willing to take risks to learn about their innermost workings. I am passionate about holistic healing and bring my knowledge of Somatic Experiencing into my work to support my clients with connecting their minds and body to their experiences. I also lean into Attachment styles, Family Systems, and Motivational Interviewing to empower my clients to better understand themselves and their relationships. I utilize strengths-based and trauma-informed approaches in my work to create space for each of my clients to feel seen and appreciated for all that they are.
I primarily work with teens and adults but also have experience working with children and families. Before I started my CSWA license I was a community-based social worker for 10 years providing in-home services to systems involving youth and families. My years of community-based work taught me valuable skills that strengthen my therapeutic orientation and passion for my work. Throughout my practice, I apply the social work values of equity, advocacy, and empathy and root my practice in social justice. I am on a lifelong learning and unlearning journey surrounding my involvement in white supremacy culture and the impacts of my identities. I am committed to providing a culturally responsive practice and strive to continuously participate in learning how we can collectively heal as a community.
I specialize in Self-Care, Attachment Styles, Parenting, Relationship Dynamics, Self Love. Modalities I use include; Mindfulness, Attachment-Based, Motivational Interviewing, Trauma-Informed Care, Family Systems, and Solution Focused Brief Therapy.
Clinical Program Manager
Asha Omar, CSWA, MSW, QMHP
Asha is bilingual/ bicultural and provides counseling to individuals and families from a wealth of different situations, backgrounds, and identities. Asha specializes in working with youth, children and people of color. Asha is particularly interested in and has a personal background working with children and parents who have disabilities. She is also certified in working with youth and families who are involved with the child welfare system.
Ashe loves helping both individuals and families develop insight to what’s bothering them, learn new skills, and put strategies to work that can help them create the lives they want. She believes in the principle of client self-determination; and uses a humanistic, strengths-based, and client-centered approach with the people she works with.
Modalities Asha uses include; Play Therapy/Sand tray Play Therapy, Collaborative Problem Solving, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Motivational Interview and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
PWI is paneled with most commercial insurances and can bill out of network benefits.
We are currently in network with the following insurance providers and also offer Private Pay or Sliding scale:
- Health Share and Trillium through the Oregon Health Plan/Care Oregon
- Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield
- United Health Care
- Pacific Source
Private Pay: $120 per 60 minutes session
Sliding Scale: $60-$120 per 60 minutes session
Contact: (971) 258-1260
What one of our youth said about being involved with PWI…
"It feels like a warm bath, just that constant feeling of warmth and relaxed and going to be ok."