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Amy Kleiner

Amy earned a BA in Biology from Colorado College, an M Ed. from the University of Oregon, and spent over 20 years as a public-school educator and principal. For over a decade, Amy’s work in both the public and private sectors has focused on transformative justice, racial justice, and problems of practice rooted in the socially constructed hierarchies tied to identity groups. As a white person herself, Amy’s affinity work with white-identifying clients understands that racialized oppression harms each of us and that we, white people, must commit to reckoning with uncomfortable truths, changing our beliefs and actions to help foster interracial liberation, and that this is “forever” work without an end point. Because individual racial identity development is connected to one’s personal racial identity, much of Amy’s practice occurs in white affinity spaces. In multiracial settings or with non-white clients, Amy teams with a partner whose racial identity is different from her own. As clients deepen and develop their own racial identities, their internal work extends into their communities, organizations, and businesses at large, anchoring permanent climate and culture changes in liberatory practices. 

Andrew B. Mendenhall

Dr. Andrew Mendenhall is a graduate of Oregon Health and Sciences University and completed Family Medicine Residency and a Leadership Fellowship at OHSU. He is board certified by the American Board of Preventive Medicine in Addiction Medicine and the American Board of Family Medicine.  Dr. Mendenhall co-founded HealthWorks NW with Dr. Paul Conti in 2009 and participated in the transition of this practice, through acquisition in 2012 by the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Dr. Mendenhall is the Chief Medical Officer of Central City Concern, a large, regional FQHC system serving the houseless and less fortunate within the Portland region. At PPG Dr. Mendenhall provides consultation services for licensed health professionals and supports the PPG team providing consultation for individuals with complex pain management and/or substance use disorders. He has worked with health professionals, executives and their family members who present with complex presentations overlapping these distinct areas of clinical practice as a sub specialist for more than 15 years. Dr. Mendenhall is a strong advocate for patient choice, harm-reduction and is an expert in providing evidence-based clinical interventions from a strengths-based frame.

Christiane Farentinos

Director of Clinical Services

Christiane “Chris” Farentinos is from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she earned her medical degree at UERJ (Rio de Janeiro State University), completed her psychiatry residency at UFRJ (Rio de Janeiro Federal University), and practiced psychiatry before moving to Portland. In Portland, Chris pursued a career in substance abuse and mental health counseling, health care administration, training, and research, and held positions as Director and Chief Operations Officer for two community-based addictions and mental health clinics, as well as Vice-President for the largest local Psychiatric Hospital. While engaged in her professional career, Chris attended Portland State University and earned her Master of Public Health degree in Health Care Administration and Policy. Chris is a certified addictions counselor, a consultant, a national trainer in Motivational Interviewing, trained in DBT, CBT, mindfulness, trauma work and ACT, and is a Certified Professional Coactive Coach by the renowned Co-Active Training Institute in California and a member of the International Coaching Federation. Employing a warm and strength-base approach Chris enjoys helping individuals transform in the pursuit of a life of wellness, fulfillment, and purpose. 

Deanna Feeley

Deanna Feeley is a certified Brennan Healing Science Practitioner, Systemic Family Constellation Facilitator, Hakomi Practitioner, Addiction Recovery Coach, and Yoga and Meditation Teacher. Deanna completed a four-year training with Dr. Brennan, at the Barbara Brennan School of Healing, earning a diploma in Healing Science in 2006. Deanna’s passion for mindfulness-based therapy approaches led her to enroll and complete training in the Hakomi Method of body-centered psychotherapy from the M.E.T.A. Institute, Systemic Family Constellation Therapy from the Human Systems Institute, and Compassionate Inquiry training lead by Dr. Gabor Mate. For the last 18 years, Deanna has studied medicinal healing methods with indigenous healers and teachers in South America, Africa, Australia, and Asia. She has been leading and curated healing retreats in the United States and other countries for over 8 years. Helping people “come home to themselves” is a universal theme within the personalized work Deanna offers to individuals, couples, and families. 

Jessie Barr

Jessie Barr graduated from the University of San Francisco with a master’s in counseling psychology in 2005 and is licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Oregon and a Marriage and Family Therapist in California.  In her practice as a therapist and consultant, Jessie supports people with a variety of issues including trauma, anxiety, depression, anger, divorce, and parenting. She has a particular interest in women’s mental health and an extensive history in treating people struggling with their relationship with alcohol and addictive behaviors.  She provides non-judgmental counseling for individuals and couples in a direct, collaborative, and safe relationship rooted in cognitive-behavioral therapy and systems theory. Jessie believes that together we can work to develop the mindfulness, insight and coping skills that help to break destructive patterns and develop healthy ones. 

Jonathan Horey

Jonathan Horey, MD is board certified in psychiatry and addiction medicine. He also has advanced training and extensive experience using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) for the treatment of depression, anxiety, and OCD. Dr. Horey completed medical school and psychiatry residency at Columbia University in New York City where he served as Chief Resident. After residency, Dr. Horey remained at Columbia as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and the Medical Director of Substance Abuse Services at the Columbia Doctors 51st Street clinic. Dr. Horey has been involved in multiple medical start-ups, serving as Chief Medical Officer for Sunspire Health, a national consortium of residential addiction treatment centers and most recently as the co-founder and CMO of Active Recovery TMS. Dr. Horey has lectured widely on addiction medicine as well as TMS. He has maintained a private practice in Portland since 2014 with a focus on addiction medicine and is an advanced candidate in psychoanalysis at the Oregon Psychoanalytic Institute. 

Katy Powell

Katy Powell is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP). She received her Master of Science degree from the University of California, San Francisco. While in San Francisco, Katy received training and extensive work experience in community mental health and treatment of co-occurring substance use disorders with a focus on trauma and severe, persistent mental illness. Katy has completed intensive training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and served as a PMHNP and Medical Director at a full fidelity DBT clinic in Portland. Within the DBT model she has experience working with eating disorders, trauma, and the balance of treatment with therapeutic skills and psychopharmacology. Katy has been with Pacific Premier Group, PC since 2015. During this time, her practice has involved client care, consultation, and assessment for health care professionals. Katy specializes in assessment with a trauma lens and care delivery with incorporation of a wide skill set including in-depth therapy, behavioral approaches, medication, and EMDR.

Mark Schorr

Mark Schorr graduated with a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Lewis & Clark College in 1993. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (Oregon) Licensed Mental Health Counselor (New York) Certified Addictions Counselor and Nationally Certified Counselor. Mark incorporates mindfulness, acceptance/change strategies and strengths-based active engagement in his sessions, working with those struggling with trauma histories, anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. With 30 plus years of experience, he has held director level positions and worked in multiple outpatient settings, including managing sites specializing in dual diagnosis (mental health and addictions). Mark has been extensively trained in and has decades of experience with solution-focused therapy, motivational interviewing, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy. He has been trained in DBT (dialectic behavioral therapy) to the highest levels (Advanced Intensive with DBT developer Marsha Linehan, PhD). The author of multiple articles, he also provides consultation, supervision, and training in various subjects.

Mike Brody

Mike earned his Masters of Science from Oregon Health and Science University in 2002. He had a joint appointment in OHSU’s Schools of Medicine and Nursing from 2003 – 2009, during which time he practiced as a member of the outpatient clinical team and taught courses in psychotherapy (focusing on Motivational Interviewing) and psychopharmacology. Mike’s passion for working with young adults led him to join the clinical staff at Reed College in 2002, where he served as Director of Health and Counseling Services from 2004-2009. Mike was then asked to take on the role of Vice President and Dean of Students at Reed, and he remained in that position through the 2019-20 academic year. During his time at Reed Mike maintained a small private practice and served on numerous boards and expert panels speaking nationally on the topic of college mental health and wellbeing. Mike brings a decades-long mindfulness practice to his work with clients to address a wide range of issues, including mood and anxiety disorders, relationship and identity issues, trauma, substance abuse, and the range of challenges associated with the transition to, through, and beyond college.

Paul M. Conti


Dr. Paul M. Conti is a graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine. He completed his training at Stanford and at Harvard, where he served as Chief Resident. He then worked in private practice while serving on the medical faculty at Harvard. Dr. Conti was named as one of Oregon’s Top Psychiatrists in 2008, his first full year of practice in Oregon. He is a general psychiatrist, treating all aspects of both mental illness and the impact of life stressors. Dr. Conti is adept at helping people untangle complex problems, and he incorporates a holistic view of each client or patient into his work, knowing the far-reaching impacts trauma can have upon the systems and communities in which an individual resides, works, and serves. His practice includes the use of medications and psychotherapy, and he also treats complex cases, co-occurring alcohol and drug issues, and does neuropsychiatric assessments. In addition to clinical treatment, Dr. Conti provides business-related and legal consulting services.  He is the author of Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic, a book that brings his valuable insights about how we can collectively heal from trauma’s effects to a larger audience.

Sonali Patel

Sonali Patel is a licensed Family Therapist and Certified Addiction Counselor. She received her Master of Arts degree in Marriage, Couple and Family Therapy from Lewis and Clark College, Graduate School of Education and Counseling. She completed her internship as a family therapist at Lewis and Clark Community Counseling Clinic and DePaul Youth and Family Services, providing dual-diagnosis treatment (addiction recovery and mental health illness) to adults, adolescents, and their families.  For the last seven years, she has worked with individuals, couples and families, specializing in addiction and trauma within individuals and the family system. As an Addiction Counselor, Sonali utilizes advanced behavioral modification techniques and recovery skills to help restore balance, improve communication, and provide psychoeducation to individuals and families, fostering hope and recovery.  In addition, Sonali has experience working with female survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault in the local shelter community.  Sonali brings a warm and supportive therapeutic style to her work with individuals and families as they work towards their wellness and health.

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