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Bradley Leland

Director of Behavioral Health Services
He/Him

Bradley has been a member of the Shangri-La team since 2009. Throughout his time at Shangri-La, he has worked in many different roles within Shangri-La's mental health residential services program. He started as a direct support professional, served as an on-site manager at a residential treatment home (RTH), and eventually became a program manager providing training and guidance to on-site managers at several RTHs. Bradley became the Behavioral Health Director in December 2022. He is knowledgeable in assessing client needs, working within Oregon Administrative Rules, leading teams, and is a strong advocate for the implementation of therapeutic best practices.

Supports: Salem and Eugene Clinics

Karl Porter, Shangri-La Clinic

Karl Porter
QMHP

Professional Counselor Associate
Clinic Lead
He/Him

Karl has worked previously as a manager of a residential treatment home for individuals with disabilities. Other training includes crisis management, stress management, and Applied Suicide Intervention Skill Training.

 

Supports: Eugene Clinic ​​​​

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Tiffany Morris
QMHP

Professional Counselor Associate
She/Her

Tiffany is a QMHP and recently graduated from her CMHC Program at Bushnell University. She has worked in health care with individuals with disabilities and mental health serving the homeless and post prison populations. Other trainings include de-escalation, motivational interviewing, and the impact of covid-19 on mental health and services.

Supports: Salem and Eugene Clinics

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Laura McIntosh
QMHP

Professional Counselor Associate
She/Her

Laura is Professional Counselor Associate for Lane, Polk and Marion Counties and recently graduated from her CMHC Program at Bushnell University. She has a Master's degree in Education. Her expertise ranges from community engagement, advocacy to bereavement support. In her spare time, she loves funny puns, cooking and spending time with friends.

 

Supports: Eugene Clinic ​​​​​​​

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Amanda yount
QMHA

Medication Management Assistant
She/Her

Amanda comes from an administrative background in EMS, with almost seven years of experience, she is dedicated to serving her team and community. When she isn't behind her desk, she enjoys cooking, thrifting, and spending time with her nieces and nephews. Her heart belongs to her puppy, Frannie.

Supports: Salem and Eugene Clinics

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Krystal Lightle
QMHA-II

Case Manager
She/Her

Krystal graduated from Corban University in 2019 with a B.S. in Counseling Psychology and Family Services. Krystal has worked in the helping field for over 3 years and is passionate about working with the vulnerable populations of our community. She is currently credentialed as a QMHA-II and is pursuing her CADC as well. 

Supports: Salem and Eugene Clinics

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Caroline Noha
QMHP-R

Mental Health Therapist
She/Her

Caroline is a new therapist in the Eugene clinic. She has a bachelors and master's degree in psychology. She has previously worked with a wide variety of people including foster children, adolescent males receiving treatment in group home facilities, adolescent males in youth corrections, adults in mental health homes, and veterans with PTSD. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, sleeping, spending time with her fur children, and enjoying family time. 

Supports: Eugene Clinic

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Additional
team members

Jessica Webb, PMHNP

ANCC Board Certified Mental Health
Nurse Practitioner

(She/Her) 

Tessala Larson

Administrative Manager

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Hailey Doerfler

Medical Office Administrative Assistant

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Arin Mikaelson

Billing Specialist

(He/Him)

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