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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

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Karl Porter
LPC

Clinical Supervisor
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Karl has been with Shangri-La since 2013, originally working within the residential inpatient programs as a direct support professional and then manager. When Shangri-La opened its outpatient clinic in Eugene, Karl became the Eugene outpatient clinic's first case manager, while going back to graduate school to become a counselor. After becoming fully licensed, Karl worked to become the clinical supervisor, now helping train and support other counselors in the clinic, in addition to supporting in audits, performing trainings for staff, diagnosing and documentation supports, and best practices.  ​​​​​​​

 

Supports: Salem and Eugene Clinics ​​​​

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Moriah longwell

Administrative Manager
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Moriah has a degree in Communication and has been working in leadership positions for various programs for many years. She’s joining our team with the goal of finding a career where she can lead and create an inclusive environment for all. She is an animal lover who is well versed on the topic of service dogs and will be getting her own in 2024.

Supports: Salem and Eugene Clinics

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Hailey Doerfler

Administrative Assistant
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Hailey just joined our Outpatient Mental Health Clinic as of Summer 2023. Hailey has 10 years background working with clients who have dementia or Alzheimer's. She has two daughters, a husband and a cat. Hailey and her family love to be outside, swimming and camping. 

Supports: Salem Clinic

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Rosa Taylor

Administrative Assistant
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Rosa is the new administrative assistant for the Eugene OPMH clinic as of Fall 2023. She recently graduated from UO with a degree in Biological Anthropology and Global Health. She is extremely passionate about healthcare advocacy and patient rights, and would love to make a positive impact on the health field in her lifetime. She is a woman of many hobbies who loves arts and crafts, cats, music, and the outdoors.

 

Supports: Eugene Clinic ​​​​​​​

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Laura McIntosh
QMHP

Professional Counselor Associate
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Laura is Case Manager for Lane, Polk and Marion Counties and recently graduated from her CMHC Program at Bushnell University. She has a Master's degree in Education, Bachelor's in Education and a Bachelor's in Healthcare Administration. 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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Krystal Lightle
QMHA-II

Case Manager
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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
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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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ashley Motley, QMHP

Professional Counselor Associate
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Ashley is a QMHP with ample experience working with diverse individuals and age ranges. Including but not limited to adolescents starting at 14 to late adulthood, the houseless, those with mental and developmental disorders, and Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC). She graduated with a BA in sociology and psychology from Western Oregon University and a Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from OSU. As a BIPOC mental health professional, she is devoted to utilizing her expertise and cultural connection to serving underrepresented communities and advocating for social justice.

Supports: Salem Clinic

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evelyn detrick, QMHP

Professional Counselor Associate
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Evelyn is a QMHP and has recently graduated from the Applied Psychological Sciences program at Pacific University. She has worked previously with diverse populations primarily including survivors of domestic violence, adults with disabilities, individuals with eating disorders, and teen offenders. She is passionate about providing trauma informed care, increasing client autonomy, reducing stigma within the mental health community, and minimizing barriers to care.

Supports: Salem Clinic

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Annie mattox

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
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Annamarie "Annie" Mattox is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) providing services with both the Homeless Services Programs and OPMH team. Annie graduated with her MSW from Pacific University in 2019 and has over 10 years of experience working in the social services field with an emphasis on mental health and crisis intervention. Annie is an Oregon native who enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with her nieces and nephews. In her spare time, Annie enjoys cooking and baking, collecting jokes and puns, trivia, and watching documentaries. Annie is also an avid participant in a weekly D&D group and advocates the use of role-playing games for social skills training and mental health treatment. 

Supports: Salem Clinic

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Dominique Schoessler,
QMHA

SHAP Housing Case Manager
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Dominique has worked with the SHAP homeless housing program for 7 years with Shangri-La. She has also worked several years with Shangri-Las employment program, helping clients learn computer skills as well as beginning CNA and insurance billing skills. Dominique graduated with her associate in business from Blue Mountain and her bachelor's from Portland State in Psychology and women's studies. 

Supports: Salem Clinic

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Arin Mikaelson

Billing Specialist

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