Dr. Nicole La Verne, PsyD, LPC, MAC, CADC III, ACS, CCHt
Dr. Nicole La Verne is an Organizational Leadership Psychologist, CCE Approved Clinical Supervisor, Oregon Board and ACCBO approved clinical supervisor for LPC, LMFT, CADC I,II, & III, and a licensed therapist and Transpersonal Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist. Dr. La Verne specializes in helping individuals and systems achieve their greatest potential.
With over 20 years experience in the Behavioral Health and Addictions field, Dr. La Verne has the ability to recognize those areas that keep us all stuck in old behavior and systemic processes and has the ability to guide those seeking growth, whether individuals or organizations, to a better state of well-being, productivity, and performance. She also serves those seeking licensure and certification with the Oregon Board of Professional Counselors and ACCBO for addictions.
Dr. La Verne integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client. With compassion and understanding, she works with each individual and organization to help them build on their strengths and attain the personal growth they are committed to accomplishing. She has a practice in Lake Oswego, OR.
PsyD – Doctorate of Organizational Leadership
M.A. Counseling Psychology
B.A. Behavioral Health with minor in Human Resource Management
License, Certifications & Awards:
LPC, MAC, CADC III, ACS, CCHt
Various additional trainings, including post-graduate training as a Certified Clinical Transpersonal Hypnotherapist, DBT, MI, sexual abuse recovery, addictions, and many more.
Professional Activities and Memberships:
Organizational Development Network
Golden Key International Honor Society
Executive Board Member for Non-Profit Organization – Current
Dan Kelley – Registered LPC Intern #R4846
Dan is a registered Licensed Professional Counselor intern in Oregon. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Dan is currently transitioning from a distinguished 27-year career in public safety and is a U.S. Navy veteran. He specializes in working with public safety professionals, military service members, veterans and their families in group or individual settings. Dan understands the stress factors inherent in these professions and the psychological effects of exposure to trauma.
Dan provides services for a wide range of emotional and behavioral issues that may influence daily living. Services are provided in a comfortable and supportive atmosphere tailored to meet individual needs. Dan focuses on a client-focused approach and believes every individual brings unique personal, family and cultural experiences to the process. Dan has extensive eperience in working with Law Enforcement and the issues that this population faces.
M.A. Clinical Mental Health Counseling, George Fox University
B.A. Psychology, Marylhurst University
License & Certification
Continuing training toward Oregon Licensed Professional Counselor certification
Continuing training toward Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselor certification
Continuing training toward Certified Clinical Trauma Professional
Crisis Intervention Training
Oregon Dept. of Public Safety Standards & Training, Management Certificate
American Counseling Association
Dr. Nicole La Verne, PsyD, LPC, MAC, CADC III, ACS
Jeremy Hetland, Registered LPC Intern #R4810
Jeremy is an integrated therapist who has experience with co-occurring issues, including addictions and PTSD. He uses a humanistic, person-centered therapy approach, with great respect for your autonomy and ability to help you define your own path, solutions, and direction in life. His role is to assist you in uncovering those answers and support your healing and development with unconditional positive regard. Frequently used modalities are CBT, DBT, Narrative Therapy, Exposure Therapy, and more.
Oregon State Hospital working with the severely persistently mentally ill.
A three-month practicum at The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, an in-patient addictions treatment center in Portland, Oregon.
One-year Internship, as a primary mental health provider at The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in Portland, Oregon.
Registered LPC Intern with the State of Oregon.
Member of the ACA, American Counseling Association.
Current member and volunteer with Woodburn Immanuel Lutheran Church.
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Associate of Applied Science in Criminal Justice
Internship Sites: Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center Portland & Sapphire Blue Behavioral Health Solutions, LLC.
Additional Training / Certificates
Substance Abuse and Co-Occurring experience and training
Exposure Therapy Intervention Certified- Evidence Based
Jeremy comes with 15 years of military service in the US Army combat arms. He is a combat veteran with various military awards for his service.
Timeline to Counseling Licensure
Continue with current supervisor in private practice as an LPC registered intern counselor for 2000 hours
Dr. Nicole Laverne, PsyD, LPC, MAC, CADCIII, CCHt, ACS
Jolene Molinaro, LCSW, MA
Jolene has many years of experience working with older kids, teens, adults, couples and families. She uses a person-centered, non-judgmental approach and focuses on people’s strengths. Jolene recognizes that each person is unique and looks at each person holistically. She approaches each person by considering their lived experiences, and considers all aspects of being, such as one’s experiences with trauma, biology, health, spirituality, legal, cultural, and family. She desires to treat the entire person, thereby honoring all aspects of a person’s potential for growth.
Jolene welcomes diversity and strives to help anyone of any faith, identity (LGBTQ, non-binary or other), ethnicity and culture. She believes in the person as inherently good and capable of reaching their goals to improve their wellbeing and happiness. She also believes that when we can accept where we are, we can then begin to change where we are headed, by identifying and treating what causes us pain and discomfort.
Individualized to each person, Jolene’s approach to treatment includes the use of such theories and interventions as: Motivational Interviewing(M.I.), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy, Solutions Focused Therapy (SFT), Collaborative Problem Solving, Internal Family systems (IFS), Collaborative Assessment, Management of Suicidality (CAMS), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), to assist clients in meeting their personal goals.
M.A. Clinical Social Work
License, Certifications & Awards:
Various additional trainings, including post-graduate training in EMDR, trauma, DBT, CBT, suicide assessment, and many more.