Portland

503-335-5975
503-335-5974 Fax

11010 SE Division Street, Suite 202
Portland, OR 97266


Therapists


Amanda Genus, CSWA

I hold a Master’s Degree in Social Work and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Portland State University.  I am a multi-cultural therapist and a trauma-informed practitioner. I work with children, adolescents, and families in the office and in the community. I use a holistic client-centered, strength-based, and collaborative approach to therapy. I value the use of expressive therapies such as music, dance, poetry and art. I strive to provide a therapeutic environment uniquely tailored for every individual. 

Amanda can see clients with the following insurance:
OHP, Health Share of Oregon


Anna Larson, MA 

I hold a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Roosevelt University. I work with children and families utilizing individual, family, and group work. I have experience working with adolescents from a variety of cultural backgrounds. My approach to therapy is holistic incorporating Collaborative Problem Solving, CBT trauma-focused care, client centered therapy, and psychoeducation. My goal as a therapist is to provide guidance and a safe place for clients to understand motivations, develop goals, and implement strategies to help them lead happier, more fulfilling lives.

Anna can see clients with the following insurance:
OHP


Carly Brynelson, LMFT Intern

I hold a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Oregon. I am a bilingual therapist intern (English/Spanish).  I have formal training as a community and small claims mediator and a professional background in K-12 and post-secondary education, career development, and juvenile justice.  I am trained to provide effective, trauma-informed, and culturally competent individual, couple and family therapy to Latinx clients, immigrants, adoptive and foster families, clients recovering from acute and complex trauma, sexual assault survivors, lesbian, gay, trans and gender non-conforming individuals, couples and families.  

Carly can see clients with the following insurance:
OHP, Health Share of Oregon


Emma Bridges, MSW, CSWA

I hold a Master of Social Work from Portland State University. I work with children ages 4 to 18 and their families. When working with children it is my goal to involve the family in a child’s treatment. I have specialized training in parent education, suicide prevention, crisis deescalation, and trauma. My approach to counseling is dynamic and rooted in the use of a variety of therapeutic styles, including play therapy, Collaborative Problem Solving, narrative therapy, attachment theory, family systems theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and mindfulness.

Emma can see clients with the following insurance:
OHP, Health Share of Oregon


Malia Robello, CSWA

I hold a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Tulane University in New Orleans, with focused coursework in trauma studies and disaster mental health. I have been working with children, adolescents, and their families in home and school settings. I apply a holistic, client-centered and collaborative approach with a strong reliance in modalities including collaborative problem solving, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, child-centered play therapy, and narrative therapy. I have received training in suicide prevention and safety planning, trauma-informed care, internal family systems therapy, crisis and brief treatment, and restorative approaches to conflict resolution.

Malia can see clients with the following insurance:
OHP